Archive for May, 2012
“Hailed as “high-octane entertainment” (Talkin’ Broadway), Altar Boyz tells the holy inspiring story of 5 small-town boys – Matthew, Mark, Luke, Juan and Abraham – trying to save the world one screaming fan at a time.”
RULES: Send me an email letting me know you want a chance to win the tickets. I’ll perform a random drawing on June 2, 2012.
I’ll announce the winner on this blog and on my Finger Lakes Summer Page. Tickets will be left at Will Call.
WIN 2 FREE TICKETS TO SEE ALTAR BOYS, COMPLIMENTS OF THE FINGER LAKES MUSIC FESTIVAL: (Total value: $84).
RULES: Just share this blog to Facebook and “like” my Finger Lakes Summer Page. Then send me an email letting me know you want a chance to win tickets.
I’ll announce the winner on this blog and on my Finger Lakes Summer Page.
If you are riding a bike in the Watkins Glen region you can expect hills — lots of hills — unless you ride the Catherine Valley Trail.
The CVT is a converted canal towpath and railroad bed spanning from the edge of Seneca Lake in downtown Watkins Glen, heading south, to Millport. The plan is to eventually continue on through Mark Twain State Park, all the way to Horseheads (15 miles). A new section will open in May of 2012 connecting Millport through Pine Valley to the State Park.
At the highest spot between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes is a patchwork of 16,212 acres, known as the Finger Lakes National Forest. This area was all farm land 100 years ago and was then bought back by the government early in the 20th century, who returned it into forests and pasture land.