What's Happening in Orleans County This Week?

Fri - Aug 18 -- Mon - Sep 04
  Lake Ontario Counties (LOC) Fall Trout & Salmon Derby
Lake Ontario Counties (LOC) Fall Trout and Salmon Derby August 18-September 4, 2017. The $25,000 grand prize is part of over $50,000 in cash that will be offered for this great event. For more information call 888-733-5246 or visit their website at www.loc.org.
Sat - Aug 19 -- Sun - Aug 27
  40th Annual Greater Niagara Fish Odyssey
The 40th Annual Greater Niagara Fish Odyssey. Eligible waters include those within Orleans, Niagara and Erie Counties as well as those portions of Lake Erie and Ontario. Categories include Salmon, Rainbow/Brown trout, Lake trout, Smallmouth bass, Carp and Walleye. All have a chance to win the Grand Prize. For more information, call 877-FALLSUS or visit www.fishodyssey.net.
Fri - Aug 25
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Village of Holley Concerts on the Canal - Featuring Julie Dunlap
The free concerts will take place beginning July 7th - every Friday night at 7 p.m. at the park gazebo on East Avenue until Aug. 25th. In the event of rain, the event will be moved to Fireman's Field on North Main Street, Holley. This week's concert features Julie Dunlap performing Country.
Sat - Aug 26
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  Farmer's Market - Medina
The Canal Village Farmers' Market in the heart of Historic Downtown Medina brings fresh-harvested bounty from the fields to your family's table. Treat yourself to fresh local beef, pork, eggs, sausages, breads, baked goods, vegetables, fruits, berries, fresh flowers, oils & vinegars, mead, wine and much more! Located at West Center St. and West Avenue, come experience fresh-harvested goodness like you've never had before, every Saturday, 8am till 1pm. Sponsored by the Orleans Renaissance Group, Inc. Call 585 210-9674 with questions or visit bentshall.org/market. You can also Like them on Facebook at Canal Village Farmer's Market.
Sat - Aug 26
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Historic Trades Fair at at the Cobblestone Museum
Step back in time to a bygone era at the Cobblestone Museum for the Historic Trades Fair. Come and experience 19th century craftsmen plying their trade in this day-long event with blacksmiths, printers, weavers, carpenters, wood joiners, chair caning, farmers, musicians, butter churning and more. A Civil War encampment will also take place on site featuring uniformed soldiers with tents, gear and antique firearms. Cobblestone Museum is located at 14389 Ridge Road West, Albion, NY. Phone 585 589-9013. www.cobblestonemuseum.org
Sat - Aug 26
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  Albion Canalside Cruise Night - Finale - Topless night! (Bring your convertible)
Cars, trucks, bikes, boats - new, old or in-between - doesn't matter!This will be a weekly event on Saturdays in the Canal Basin behind the buildings on E. Bank St. in Albion. The July 22nd Cruise will be downtown on closed streets (Main St. & side streets will be marked). Please look at the FB page "Albion Canalside Cruise" for more info and updates. Call Dean at 585 732-4469 or Adam at 585 730-0083 with questions.
Sat - Aug 26
7:00 PM
  Erin Boheme with Dave Mancini Jazz Trio - Cabaret at Studio B
Such a treat for Albion! Erin will be flying in from Nashville to perform an evening of Jazz and Blues for you with legendary jazz musician, Dave Mancini, Nick Weiser and Peter Cjwazik. Michael Bublé discovered her and produced her latest CD. At the Cabaret at Studio B, 28 b. West Bank St., Albion, NY. See www.MissAmyNews.com for complete details or call 585 354-2320 for tickets.
Sun - Aug 27
6:00 PM
  Orleans County History Department Cemetery Tour -Mt. Albion
The Orleans County Department of History will be hosting a series of cemetery tours running every Sunday in August beginning at 6pm. County Historian, Matthew Ballard, will lead visitors through three historic cemeteries in the Albion area. This week's concluding tour at Mt. Albion will examine some of the "overlooked" individuals in Orleans County's history, focusing on veterans, criminals, politicians and local entrepreneurs (west end). The group will assemble at the cemetery chapel on Route 31 in Albion. All tours are free and open to the public - no advanced registration is required. Tours will take place rain or shine so bring an umbrella or jacket in case of inclement weather.
Mon - Aug 28
7:00 PM
  Yates Library Summer Concert Series - Dounya
Concerts in Lyndonville to be held at Veterans Park - next to the waterfalls on Johnson Creek. The library's concert series - "More Than Just Books" - has been a summer staple in Lyndonville for approximately 20 years. The Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council provides funding for the series. Featuring Dounya, featuring the Huzair family. See www.yateslibrary.org/ for more details.