There are plenty of great destinations to visit this summer in the Finger Lakes, including:
Auburn Public Theater is an intimate, publicly accessible theater space in downtown Auburn, whose mission is to bring you a performance that leaves you talking, laughing and sharing with friends. There are shows for grown-ups with a cafe and bar, shows on the big screen, shows for kids and shows for families. Since 2005, the theater has welcomed over 80,000 patrons and performers for year-round theater.
The Cayuga Museum was founded in 1936 as the Cayuga Museum of History and Art. Their mission is to provide a forum for the public to realize, interact with and appreciate Cayuga County’s shared past and unfolding present to help shape a better future.
Started in Skaneateles, Doug's Fish Fry has been serving since 1982. Their seafood is delivered by truck on crushed ice five days per week. The menu offers seafood, chicken, grilled items, steamed clams and lobsters, beer, wine and ice cream. Doug's Dipping Sauce is also available in a convenient take-home size at the Skaneateles or Cortland locations, at The Great New York State Fair, and online.
The 2019 season of the Geneva Music Festival, runs May 24 through June 16, celebrating “Women in Music: Key Players.” Much of the festival’s programming will represent women’s contributions to music through featured composers or performers. Performances of classical chamber music, organ recitals, bluegrass and a weekend of jazz can be heard in Geneva, Skaneateles, Auburn and Canandaigua. Tickets include an after-concert reception.