June 19, 2010

The Rochester Opera House

Hello Saturday! It is a wonderful warm weekend here - today we pulled up a few of our radishes (yes, we got a late start ...) and some of the mustard spinach will be our lunch I believe.

Last night Mary Jo and I spend the early evening at a gala at the Rochester Opera House. What an evening filled with celebration of our city's crown jewel. It is 102 years old and fully restored and boasts the only moving floor (from raised slanted with seating to flat dancefloor) mechanism in the entire world. It's been a few years since I was on the board and I was completely wowed with the distance that Cathy Taylor and her crew have come in restoring this magnificent historical gem.
The years ahead will bring so much entertainment and culture to our city if everyone pulls together to make it happen.

Other news: upcoming exhibition with Amy Ruppel and her magnificent black wax encaustics are upon the horizon!

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