November 2018



Wayne County Council for the Arts: Classes & Workshops for children and adults. 108 West Miller Street, Newark. 

1: Museum Wide Seance - 8pm to 10pm. Fees apply. Reservation only, no tickets sold at the door. Join in trying to conjure some of the infamous prisoners, or perhaps a relative! There will be mediums throughout the museum holding simultaneous seances. Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut Street, Lyons. 

1-18: 25th Anniversary Sale at Aunt Millie's Attic - Wed-Sat 11am to 5pm; Sun noon to 5pm. In appreciation of our customers, enjoy a 30% sale! Antiques, collectibles, primitives, books, furniture, household items, military, paper, photographs, postcards, pottery, prints, paintings, stoneware, toys and so much more. Includes a model railroad hobby vendor. 2095 Ridge Road, Ontario. (315) 524-9317 

1-24: "Threads - Regional Fiber Arts Show" - A new exhibition presenting an artistic approach to the fiber arts, using traditional and unusual fiber-based materials and techniques that express the vision on the artist. Wayne County Council for the Arts, 108 W. Miller St, Newark.

2-4: Mingle & Jingle at Mackenzie's - 3pm to 7pm Friday, 10am to 5pm Saturday and 10am to 4pm Sunday. 10th Annual Christmas Open House. Enjoy shopping our thoughtful collection of home decor, seasonal goodies, gifts, jewelry and accessories. Mackenzie's, 138 East Main Street, Palmyra.

2-4: LW Emporium Holiday Open House - Time to “Deck the Halls” and prepare for the holidays. Refreshments, door prizes and more! LW Emporium, 6355 Knickerbocker Road, Ontario.

3: Chicken BBQ - 2pm to 5pm. Fees apply. Semi Annual BBQ. Drive through/take out only. Williamson Fire Hall, 6286 Lake Avenue, Williamson.

3-4: 40th Annual Fall Harvest Antique Show & Sale - 10am to 5pm Saturday and 10am to 4pm Sunday. Over 50 dealers. Appraisals, lunch and refreshments available. Williamson High School, 5891 Route 21 S., Williamson. 

7: Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society Harvest Dinner -  6:30pm. Free. Public invited. Bring a dish to pass. Pot-luck dinner, brief meeting and musical selections. Pultneyville Reformed Church Fellowship Hall, 7784 Hamilton Street, Pultneyville.    


9-11: Wayne County Winter Wonderland Shopping Fling - 10am to 5pm. Explore a trail of 20 distinctive shops. Each will be giving a free gift and serving refreshments. Collect a stamp at each shop and enter to win gift baskets.    


9-11: Brick Church Farms Holiday Open House - 10am to 5pm. Come see what is new for the Holidays! Free gift and refreshments. Brick Church Farms, 5502 South Geneva Road, Sodus. (315) 483-9876 


10: 4th Annual Christmas Craft Show - 9am to 3:30pm. Co-sponsored by Ontario Chamber of Commerce and Parks & Recreation Department. Over 70+ vendors expected. Catering by Heintzelman's BBQ Pit and Deb's Lunch Box. Casey Park Community Center, 6551 Knickerbocker Road, Ontario.    


11: Free Fishing Day - No fishing license required. A great opportunity to sample the incredible fishing New York has to offer.   


15-17: Historic Palmyra’s Holiday Bazaar - 10am to 5pm Nov 15 and 16; luncheon from 11:30am until gone. 10am to 2pm Nov 17. Vendors, luncheon, special gifts, antiques and crafts. Homemade baked goods.  Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William Street, Palmyra. 

16-17: Boerman's Furniture Farm Holiday Open House - 11am to 5pm. Browse through 7 barns. Many sale items. Boerman's Furniture Farm, 4398 Ridge Chapel Road, Marion.

16-18: The Gatesinger Company Presents “No, No Nanette”: Fri & Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2pm. Directed by Gregory Maddock. Gates Hall, 4107 Lake Road, Pultneyville.

17: Red Creek PTA Annual Health/Craft Fair - 9am to 1pm. Turkey Trot run/walk, blood drive, Operation Safe Child, Car Seat Inspection, craft show and pictures with Santa. Red Creek High School Cafeteria, 6574 South Street, Red Creek. (315) 754-2040 

17: A Conversation with Laura E. Weymouth, author of The Light Between Worlds - 7pm to 9pm. Enjoy an evening with Laura discussing one of this fall's best YA books! Laura will also discuss Young Adult books, the publishing industry and more. The Light Between Worlds is a Fall Junior Library Guild Selection and the #2 Indie Next's Top 10 Kid's Books this fall. The Dog Eared Book, 208 E. Main Street, Palmyra.  

23: Trail Works Black Friday Hike at Blue Cut Nature Center - 1pm. to 3pm. Light refreshments.

23-25: Country Christmas Market at Franke Farms - 9am to 5pm. Open market of vendors offering gift items, food, crafts, antiques and more. Children can make a wreath or ornament. Franke Farms, LLC, 4514 Eddy Road, Marion.

23-25: The Gatesinger Company Presents “No, No Nanette”: Fri & Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2pm. Directed by Gregory Maddock. Gates Hall, 4107 Lake Road, Pultneyville.

23-December 12: Festival of Trees - 10am to 8pm. Final bids on trees ends December 12th at 3pm when bids are open. Wayne County Nursing Home, 1529 Nye Road, Lyons. (315) 946-5673  

24: Blizzard Blast on Small Business Saturday - 10am to 7pm. Horse drawn wagon rides, cookie sale, children's movie, Santa in the park, parade of lights and fireworks. William Street and Park, Lyons. 

24: Small Business Open House - 10am to 7pm. Help us celebrate Small Business Saturday! 15% discount on your entire purchase, free tote bag with $25 purchase or more. Book raffles, delicious desserts and more. The Dog Eared Book, 208 E. Main Street, Palmyra.

29-December 22: Student Showcase and Holiday Shopping - 12pm to 3pm. Art exhibit of students that participated in 2018 classes. Wayne County Council for the Arts, 108 W. Miller Street, Newark. Open Thursday through Saturday. 

30: RPO Christmas Concert - 7:30pm. Before the concert, music will be provided by the Newark High School Jazz Emsemble in the gymnasium. As the evening nears, advance sale tickets will be available at Newark Wegmans and Newark and Lyons branches of Lyons National Bank. Newark High School Auditorium, Peirson Avenue, Newark

30-December 1: Holiday Boutique - 10am to 5pm. Friday and Saturday lunch will be served from 11am to 2pm. Artisans and crafters fill the Museum for two days only. The perfect place to find gifts for everyone. Desserts, coffee and tea are served all day, everyday. Wayne County Museum, 21 Butternut Street, Lyons.