Syracuse Stage Shares Plans for 2022/23 Season
Two world premieres. Musicals. A mystery. Check out these and more during Syracuse Stage’s 2022/23 season.
It will present six shows: How to Dance in Ohio (Sept. 21- Oct. 9); Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Nov. 25 – Jan. 8); Clean/Espejos (Feb. 15 – March 5); Our Town (March 29 – April 16); Tender Rain (May 3 – 21); and Clue (June 7 – 25). Syracuse Stage is also bringing back several educational programs, including the Bank of America Children’s Tour and Theatre for the Very Young.
“Our new season centers great stories, many told on our stage for the first time, brought to life by amazing actors, directors and designers,” said Artistic Director Robert Hupp in a press release. “This is what you expect when you come to Syracuse Stage. Enriching activities that give you deeper understanding of the work, created in an environment that makes for a special and fun night out, makes Syracuse Stage the kind of experience you can’t get anywhere else in Central New York.”
For more information, visit syracusestage.org.
Baltimore Woods Expands
Visitors to Baltimore Woods Nature Center will soon have more land to explore.
It recently closed on a 90-acre addition to its nature preserve, bringing its total number of acres to 272. The nature center said that it plans to reveal the first new hiking trail in June.
“One of the most amazing things about this acquisition process has been getting to partner with so many organizations and individuals who believed in this project,” said Whitney Lash-Marshall, executive director of Baltimore Woods Nature Center, in a press release. “We have heard stories from people who have been a part of Baltimore Woods since it began and have shared the preserve with multiple generations of family members and friends. As we integrate this new land into the current preserve, we hope that long into the future it will continue to serve as a special place for everyone to experience the many benefits of time spent out in nature.”
For more information, visit baltimorewoods.org.
Applications Open for Francis K. Wilcox Emerging Young Artist Scholarship
Do you have an artist in the family? Applications are now being accepted for Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival’s Francis K. Wilcox Emerging Young Artist Scholarship.
Two students will be awarded $350, and their work will be displayed at the annual festival. Applications are available online or at area libraries and high school art departments – the deadline is June 17.
“This is our 14th year offering this scholarship,” said Celeste Friend, executive director of Colorscape, in a press release. “It’s a way for Colorscape to recognize the amazing talent of the area’s young artists while encouraging them to broaden their knowledge of the art world.”
Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival will be held on September 10 and 11, and include artist demonstrations, hands-on activities and entertainment.
For more information, and eligibility requirements, visit colorscape.org.
NOPL Brewerton Lends Fishing Rods
Families can now borrow more than books at one local library.
Fishing rods are available at NOPL Brewerton. Each comes with a sinker, bobbers, hooks, and instructions (bait isn’t included), and can be checked out for up to two weeks.
For more information, visit nopl.org/borrow-a-fishing-rod.