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The Old Hippies will be joined tonight by Vincent Pastore as they continue their "Home to Home" concert series with their 36th concert. Tonight's show is from their home in Stuart, Fla.

GENESEO - There will be no ghosts and goblins walking through the streets of Geneseo this year. After careful review with the Livingston County Health Department and the village, Geneseo’s Kiwanis Club has decided to cancel the annual Halloween parade this year.

LE ROY — On Saturday, the Victorian pump house on West Main Street was moved to a temporary home at Mill Street. It will be taken care of and refurbished before being moved to the gardens behind the Le Roy House.

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PAVILION — Families are invited to visit the Hollwedel Memorial Library “Trunk or Treat” on Halloween day for a fun drive-thru event. Kids can show off their costumes and pick up some treats as they drive through the loop in front of the library.

MOUNT MORRIS – Candy and costumes will be on full display in Mount Morris for the fire department’s annual Halloween party. Members of the Mount Morris Fire Department announced that despite the COVID-19 pandemic they will still be holding the event.

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BATAVIA – Eleven years ago, Nicole Davis, CEO, designer and a Buffalo native, created Franci Jewelry from her kitchen table. Since then, her extensive collections have been featured at prominent fashion weeks around the world including New York, Los Angeles and Paris, worn by celebrity clien…

At first glance, Ted Wetherbee’s large-format painting appears to show a multi-ethnic crowd in revelry. A woman in a white jumpsuit is dancing in front of a crowd – some 40 people strong – that includes a painter, a fiddler, a horn player and folk musician playing guitar. There may even be a…

WEST SPARTA – The Commanding General of the Union army, or an actor portraying him at least, will present the one act play “Grant on the Eve of Victory” next weekend at the West Sparta Town Park.

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The Genesee Valley Council on the Arts wasn’t able to present its annual Fare and Ware Festival earlier this summer, so they’ve taken it online.

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PERRY — Officials at the Arts Council for Wyoming County said they’re thrilled to welcome the public back to their gallery at 31 South Main St.