Aurora New York Merchants 2016 - Aurora Arts and Merchants ...

Aurora is home to Wells College, founded in 1868 as one of the first higher learning ... retail & wholesale apricots, peaches, & apples. 2007 State Route 90, ...
2MB Sizes 0 Downloads 140 Views
Aurora Brochure FINAL-2.indd 1

p.o. b ox 3 8 6 , au r or a , n e w yor k 13 0 2 6

where travelers are welcomed and invited to explore. been a small yet remarkably vibrant community by veterans of the Revolutionary War and has since Village of Aurora was formally established in 1795 Confederacy as the “village of constant dawn,” the

VISITAURORANY.COM

VISITAURORANY.COM

8/22/16 9:57 AM

Street is like stepping into a Norman Rockwell neighbors, taking a walk down Aurora’s Main

The Aurora Arts & Merchants Association represents businesses and not-for-profit organizations, locally focused yet regionally active, in the greater Aurora area. To learn more about this locally-focused yet regionally-active organization, please visit our website:

A

lodging, a variety of dining options, and friendly

scene. Originally settled by the Haudenosaunee

history, world-class shopping, gracious With award-winning wineries, a rich uror a is a place like no other.

Aerial Photo by Alex Torea A half hour from Ithaca and Skaneateles. Just over an hour from Syracuse and Rochester. An easy 4.5 hour drive from New York City. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes, a visit to Aurora is an easy getaway from New York City and other cities in the Northeast.

WHERE WE ARE Thanks to Cayuga Lake National Bank for their sponsorship of this brochure The first weekend of December, Christmas in Aurora traditionally offers a holiday house tour, seasonal shopping, a holiday concert, and a village tree lighting.

Christmas in Aurora The last full weekend of July, the Route 90 Yard Sale runs along Route 90 for 54 miles, from Montezuma to Homer. Pack a cooler and get ready to hunt for treasures!

Route 90 Yard Sale

the gem of new york’s finger lakes

AURORA HISTORY & HERITAGE

SHOPPING & LODGING For a small village of around 400 residents, Aurora and its surroundings offer a remarkable selection of quality shopping and lodging options for both residents and travelers. Visitors and locals alike can stock up on stylish clothing, handsome antiques, worldrenowned pottery, whimsical furnishings, professional photography, and more. From classic, charming guest houses to four-diamond luxury inns, Aurora offers a variety of overnight accommodations to suit any discerning traveler.

Blessing of the Boats

With deep roots in agriculture, trade, education, and the arts, Aurora boasts a remarkable heritage. Established in 1795 — but settled long before then — Aurora has served as the home to many notable residents, including the founder of Wells Fargo & Company and the American Express Company, one of the three original shareholders of the New York Times, and a president of the American Humane Association. Today, the Aurora Village-Wells College Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Join us for the annual blessing of all watercraaft to celebrate boating fun on the lake with a picnic and live music. Free to one and all.

ANNUAL EVENTS Design Layout by Alex Schloop

Photography by Jacqueline Conderacci

Flanked by rolling vineyards and centuries-old farms, Aurora lives at the heart of a thriving farm-to-table culture. Positioned along the oldest wine trail in the country, Aurora boasts several award-winning wineries with friendly and knowledgeable staff. The village offers a variety of dining options, from the local pub, to a charming bakery, to fine dining on the water’s edge. Stop by one of the many farm stands dotting the country roads for locally grown produce, or visit a local cheese maker for a taste of fresh artisanal cheese.

Aurora is home to Wells College, founded in 1868 as one of the first higher learning institutions for women in the country. Today, Wells is coeducational and has earned a reputation as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the northeast. The college is joined in Aurora by a non-sectarian, private elementary school and a Waldorf preschool. The Aurora Free Library & Morgan Opera House anchors downtown, offering a wide variety of performances and serving the community with a carefully curated collection of media.

FOOD & WINE

EDUCATION & CULTURE

Aurora Brochure FINAL-2.indd 1

p.o. b ox 3 8 6 , au r or a , n e w yor k 13 0 2 6

where travelers are welcomed and invited to explore. been a small yet remarkably vibrant community by veterans of the Revolutionary War and has since Village of Aurora was formally established in 1795 Confederacy as the “village of constant dawn,” the

VISITAURORANY.COM

VISITAURORANY.COM

8/22/16 9:57 AM

Street is like stepping into a Norman Rockwell neighbors, taking a walk down Aurora’s Main

The Aurora Arts & Merchants Association represents businesses and not-for-profit organizations, locally focused yet regionally active, in the greater Aurora area. To learn more about this locally-focused yet regionally-active organization, please visit our website:

A

lodging, a variety of dining options, and friendly

scene. Originally settled by the Haudenosaunee

history, world-class shopping, gracious With award-winning wineries, a rich uror a is a place like no other.

Aerial Photo by Alex Torea A half hour from Ithaca and Skaneateles. Just over an hour from Syracuse and Rochester. An easy 4.5 hour drive from New York City. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes, a visit to Aurora is an easy getaway from New York City and other cities in the Northeast.

WHERE WE ARE Thanks to Cayuga Lake National Bank for their sponsorship of this brochure The first weekend of December, Christmas in Aurora traditionally offers a holiday house tour, seasonal shopping, a holiday concert, and a village tree lighting.

Christmas in Aurora The last full weekend of July, the Route 90 Yard Sale runs along Route 90 for 54 miles, from Montezuma to Homer. Pack a cooler and get ready to hunt for treasures!

Route 90 Yard Sale

the gem of new york’s finger lakes

AURORA HISTORY & HERITAGE

SHOPPING & LODGING For a small village of around 400 residents, Aurora and its surroundings offer a remarkable selection of quality shopping and lodging options for both residents and travelers. Visitors and locals alike can stock up on stylish clothing, handsome antiques, worldrenowned pottery, whimsical furnishings, professional photography, and more. From classic, charming guest houses to four-diamond luxury inns, Aurora offers a variety of overnight accommodations to suit any discerning traveler.

Blessing of the Boats

With deep roots in agriculture, trade, education, and the arts, Aurora boasts a remarkable heritage. Established in 1795 — but settled long before then — Aurora has served as the home to many notable residents, including the founder of Wells Fargo & Company and the American Express Company, one of the three original shareholders of the New York Times, and a president of the American Humane Association. Today, the Aurora Village-Wells College Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Join us for the annual blessing of all watercraaft to celebrate boating fun on the lake with a picnic and live music. Free to one and all.

ANNUAL EVENTS Design Layout by Alex Schloop

Photography by Jacqueline Conderacci

Flanked by rolling vineyards and centuries-old farms, Aurora lives at the heart of a thriving farm-to-table culture. Positioned along the oldest wine trail in the country, Aurora boasts several award-winning wineries with friendly and knowledgeable staff. The village offers a variety of dining options, from the local pub, to a charming bakery, to fine dining on the water’s edge. Stop by one of the many farm stands dotting the country roads for locally grown produce, or visit a local cheese maker for a taste of fresh artisanal cheese.

Aurora is home to Wells College, founded in 1868 as one of the first higher learning institutions for women in the country. Today, Wells is coeducational and has earned a reputation as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the northeast. The college is joined in Aurora by a non-sectarian, private elementary school and a Waldorf preschool. The Aurora Free Library & Morgan Opera House anchors downtown, offering a wide variety of performances and serving the community with a carefully curated collection of media.

FOOD & WINE

EDUCATION & CULTURE

Aurora Brochure FINAL-2.indd 1

p.o. b ox 3 8 6 , au r or a , n e w yor k 13 0 2 6

where travelers are welcomed and invited to explore. been a small yet remarkably vibrant community by veterans of the Revolutionary War and has since Village of Aurora was formally established in 1795 Confederacy as the “village of constant dawn,” the

VISITAURORANY.COM

VISITAURORANY.COM

8/22/16 9:57 AM

Street is like stepping into a Norman Rockwell neighbors, taking a walk down Aurora’s Main

The Aurora Arts & Merchants Association represents businesses and not-for-profit organizations, locally focused yet regionally active, in the greater Aurora area. To learn more about this locally-focused yet regionally-active organization, please visit our website:

A

lodging, a variety of dining options, and friendly

scene. Originally settled by the Haudenosaunee

history, world-class shopping, gracious With award-winning wineries, a rich uror a is a place like no other.

Aerial Photo by Alex Torea A half hour from Ithaca and Skaneateles. Just over an hour from Syracuse and Rochester. An easy 4.5 hour drive from New York City. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes, a visit to Aurora is an easy getaway from New York City and other cities in the Northeast.

WHERE WE ARE Thanks to Cayuga Lake National Bank for their sponsorship of this brochure The first weekend of December, Christmas in Aurora traditionally offers a holiday house tour, seasonal shopping, a holiday concert, and a village tree lighting.

Christmas in Aurora The last full weekend of July, the Route 90 Yard Sale runs along Route 90 for 54 miles, from Montezuma to Homer. Pack a cooler and get ready to hunt for treasures!

Route 90 Yard Sale

the gem of new york’s finger lakes

AURORA HISTORY & HERITAGE

SHOPPING & LODGING For a small village of around 400 residents, Aurora and its surroundings offer a remarkable selection of quality shopping and lodging options for both residents and travelers. Visitors and locals alike can stock up on stylish clothing, handsome antiques, worldrenowned pottery, whimsical furnishings, professional photography, and more. From classic, charming guest houses to four-diamond luxury inns, Aurora offers a variety of overnight accommodations to suit any discerning traveler.

Blessing of the Boats

With deep roots in agriculture, trade, education, and the arts, Aurora boasts a remarkable heritage. Established in 1795 — but settled long before then — Aurora has served as the home to many notable residents, including the founder of Wells Fargo & Company and the American Express Company, one of the three original shareholders of the New York Times, and a president of the American Humane Association. Today, the Aurora Village-Wells College Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Join us for the annual blessing of all watercraaft to celebrate boating fun on the lake with a picnic and live music. Free to one and all.

ANNUAL EVENTS Design Layout by Alex Schloop

Photography by Jacqueline Conderacci

Flanked by rolling vineyards and centuries-old farms, Aurora lives at the heart of a thriving farm-to-table culture. Positioned along the oldest wine trail in the country, Aurora boasts several award-winning wineries with friendly and knowledgeable staff. The village offers a variety of dining options, from the local pub, to a charming bakery, to fine dining on the water’s edge. Stop by one of the many farm stands dotting the country roads for locally grown produce, or visit a local cheese maker for a taste of fresh artisanal cheese.

Aurora is home to Wells College, founded in 1868 as one of the first higher learning institutions for women in the country. Today, Wells is coeducational and has earned a reputation as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the northeast. The college is joined in Aurora by a non-sectarian, private elementary school and a Waldorf preschool. The Aurora Free Library & Morgan Opera House anchors downtown, offering a wide variety of performances and serving the community with a carefully curated collection of media.

FOOD & WINE

EDUCATION & CULTURE

Aurora Brochure FINAL-2.indd 1

8/22/16 9:57 AM

p.o. b ox 3 8 6 , au r or a , n e w yor k 13 0 2 6

where travelers are welcomed and invited to explore. been a small yet remarkably vibrant community by veterans of the Revolutionary War and has since Village of Aurora was formally established in 1795 Confederacy as the “village of constant dawn,” the

VISITAURORANY.COM

VISITAURORANY.COM

Street is like stepping into a Norman Rockwell neighbors, taking a walk down Aurora’s Main

The Aurora Arts & Merchants Association represents businesses and not-for-profit organizations, locally focused yet regionally active, in the greater Aurora area. To learn more about this locally-focused yet regionally-active organization, please visit our website:

A

lodging, a variety of dining options, and friendly

scene. Originally settled by the Haudenosaunee

history, world-class shopping, gracious With award-winning wineries, a rich uror a is a place like no other.

Aerial Photo by Alex Torea A half hour from Ithaca and Skaneateles. Just over an hour from Syracuse and Rochester. An easy 4.5 hour drive from New York City. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes, a visit to Aurora is an easy getaway from New York City and other cities in the Northeast.

WHERE WE ARE Thanks to Cayuga Lake National Bank for their sponsorship of this brochure The first weekend of December, Christmas in Aurora traditionally offers a holiday house tour, seasonal shopping, a holiday concert, and a village tree lighting.

Christmas in Aurora The last full weekend of July, the Route 90 Yard Sale runs along Route 90 for 54 miles, from Montezuma to Homer. Pack a cooler and get ready to hunt for treasures!

Route 90 Yard Sale Join us for the annual blessing of all watercraaft to celebrate boating fun on the lake with a picnic and live music. Free to one and all.

Blessing of the Boats ANNUAL EVENTS Design Layout by Alex Schloop

Photography by Jacqueline Conderacci

the gem of new york’s finger lakes

AURORA HISTORY & HERITAGE

SHOPPING & LODGING

EDUCATION & CULTURE

FOOD & WINE

With deep roots in agriculture, trade, education, and the arts, Aurora boasts a remarkable heritage. Established in 1795 — but settled long before then — Aurora has served as the home to many notable residents, including the founder of Wells Fargo & Company and the American Express Company, one of the three original shareholders of the New York Times, and a president of the American Humane Association. Today, the Aurora Village-Wells College Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

For a small village of around 400 residents, Aurora and its surroundings offer a remarkable selection of quality shopping and lodging options for both residents and travelers. Visitors and locals alike can stock up on stylish clothing, handsome antiques, worldrenowned pottery, whimsical furnishings, professional photography, and more. From classic, charming guest houses to four-diamond luxury inns, Aurora offers a variety of overnight accommodations to suit any discerning traveler.

Aurora is home to Wells College, founded in 1868 as one of the first higher learning institutions for women in the country. Today, Wells is coeducational and has earned a reputation as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the northeast. The college is joined in Aurora by a non-sectarian, private elementary school and a Waldorf preschool. The Aurora Free Library & Morgan Opera House anchors downtown, offering a wide variety of performances and serving the community with a carefully curated collection of media.

Flanked by rolling vineyards and centuries-old farms, Aurora lives at the heart of a thriving farm-to-table culture. Positioned along the oldest wine trail in the country, Aurora boasts several award-winning wineries with friendly and knowledgeable staff. The village offers a variety of dining options, from the local pub, to a charming bakery, to fine dining on the water’s edge. Stop by one of the many farm stands dotting the country roads for locally grown produce, or visit a local cheese maker for a taste of fresh artisanal cheese.

ARCHITECTURE, ART & DESIGN ba r ry h a m el a rchitect 1

NON-PROFITS sa n pedro sister com m u nit y project

specializing in high-end custom homes & interiors [email protected] • 315.246.6815

handmade products from El Salvador, fair-trade coffee 315.730.2498

c a r db oa r d -at l a n t i s

u n i t e d m i n i s t r y of au r or a

|  ‘mem(ə)rəbəl  | How do you want to be seen? 2040 State Route 90, Aurora, New York 13026 cardboard-atlantis.com • 215.528-9012

m i l l e r t i l l i ng

north of the village

design & construction services from cabinetry to metalwork 8784 State Route 90, King Ferry, New York 13081 millertilling.com • 315.952.7139

SERVICES a m bi t e n e r g y c ons u lta n t s

south of the village

t r i l l i u m g r a p h ic s 1

services in the Episcopal & Presbyterian traditions 19 337 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 unitedministryofaurora.org • 315.364.8543

save money, start a business, change your life ww2.ambitenergy.com • 315.246.0413

east of the village

unordinary concepts in photography, graphics, videography 371 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 jaccipix.com • 315.364.5408

au r or a f r e e l i br a r y 20

t h e p e r f e c t l a m p s h a de

custom, hand-crafted lampshades in vintage & modern designs theperfectlampshade.com • 315.364.7237

au r or a volu n t e e r f i r e de pa r t m e n t 21

wo od l l c

21

general contractor for residential and commercial State Route 90, King Ferry, New York 13081 woodllc.com • 315.364.7070

EDUCATION au r or a p r e s c ho ol

personal & group training, fitness classes, & sports clinics 2139 Scipio Venice Town Line Road, Aurora, New York 13026 barnwarriorcrossfit.com • 973.479.0905

12 10

c ay ug a l a k e n at ion a l b a n k

p e ac h t ow n e l e m e n ta r y s c ho ol

a full-service bank featuring a 24-hour at m 22 397 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 cayugalakenationalbank.com • 315.364.8071

11

c hoic e t i m e s

11

personalized yoga wellness programs & training King Ferry, New York 13081 choicetimes.com • 954.254.8871

12

w e l l s b o ok a r t s c e n t e r 4

offering courses in bookbinding, letterpress printing, & more 170 Main Street, Morgan Hall, Aurora, New York 13026 wellsbookartscenter.org • 315.364.3420

f i ng e r l a k e s a dv e n t u r e g e a r

make every day an adventure - canoe, kayak, paddleboard rentals fingerlakesadventuregear.com • 315.237.8731

w e l l s c ol l e g e 5

h aw k ac u p u nc t u r e & h e r b s

a nationally recognized private liberal arts college 170 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 wells.edu • 315.364.3266

specializing in natural family cures 982 State Route 34B, King Ferry, New York 13081 jhawklac.com • 315.730.1153

ENTERTAINMENT how l a n d s t on e s t or e m u s e u m

joh n d. p l ac e m a s s ag e

12

more than 30 years of holistic wellness & healing experience 315.364.5765

this 1837 store tells a story of abolition & women’s rights 2956 State Route 34B, Sherwood, New York 13026 howlandstonestore.org • 315.364.5587

12

just by a h a ir

family salon & spa specializing in trending cuts & color 155 Cayuga Street, Union Springs, New York 13160 315.888.5952/315.730.3467

k i ng f e r r y g ol f c lu b

nine holes in the Scottish link style with lake views 1309 Clearview Road, King Ferry, New York 13081 kingferrygolfclub.com • 315.364.7343

l a n d of l a k e s r e a lt y

12

Cayuga County’s leading realtor 113 Cayuga Street, Union Springs, New York 13160 billkrausehomes.com • 315.889.2000/315.246-6603

22

mor g a n op e r a hou s e 8

above the Aurora Free Library, offering a variety of productions 384 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 morganoperahouse.org • 315.364.5437

r e / m a x i n mo t ion

serving the needs of Aurora’s real estate, lake front & rental markets 313 North Meadow Street, Ithaca, New York 14850 remax.com • 607.351.1995

w e l l s c ol l e g e g ol f c ou r s e 9

nine holes designed by Robert Trent Jones on the Wells campus 170 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 wells-express.com • 315.364.8024

LODGING a n n i e ’ s g u e s t hou s e

a fun & friendly place to stay in the heart of the Finger Lakes 10 444 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 aghaurora.com • 315.406.6501

au r or a m a i ns tay s

12

t on e s s olu t ions

16

14

helping you with your lawn and landscape needs Union Springs, New York 13160 tonessolutions.com • 315.224.9991

24

17 28

25

SHOPPING au r or a a r t

20 8 1

&

de s ig n c e n t e r

the mall of Aurora - diversified shopping in art, antiques & gifts 23 371 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 auroraartsanddesign.com • 315.364.8005/315.364.5408

23 27

enjoy your stay on Main–the guest houses along Main 11 432 & 434 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 auroramainstays.com

au r or a s hoe c om pa n y

all shoes are handcrafted, one step at a time 1690 State Route 90, Aurora, New York 13026 aurorashoeco.com • 315.364.7892

Th e Ev e r mor e

a country retreat-formerly MacKenzie- Childs’ estate 1671 State Route 90, King Ferry, New York 13081 the-evermore.com • 978-430-9408

bl ac k s h e e p f i n e a n t iqu e s

24 fine antiques for the discerning collector 380 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 blacksheepfineantiques.com • 315.729.2776

t h e i n ns of au r or a

steeped in history, restored to luxury • four boutique properties 12 391 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 innsofaurora.com • 315.364.8888

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & FARMS aurora ny farmer s market

Aurora’s all-volunteer fire and rescue organization 456 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 avfd.net • 315.364.8590

b a r n wa r r ior c r o s s f i t

Waldorf inspired, positive first school experiences & support 2 337 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 theaurorapreschool.com • 315-364-5120 a small, progressive independent school offering preK - 8th 3 22 Deans Road, Aurora, New York 13026 peachtownschool.com • 315.364.8721

wireless internet, fax & copy services, books & media 370 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 flls.org/auroralib • 315.364.8074

j a n e mor g a n ’ s l i t t l e hou s e 25 19

2

where your favorite outfit is waiting! 378 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 janemorganslittlehouse.com • 315.364.7715

k i ng f e r r y c or n e r s t or e

come by, come buy - locally made goods & produce 13 corner of Main Street & Poplar Ridge Road, Aurora, NY 13026 auroranyfarmersmarket.com • 315.364.3304

gas & grocery - locally made & locally raised corner of State Route 90 & 34B, King Ferry, NY 13081 315.364.5300

au r or a i n n di n i ng r o om

m ack e n z i e - c h i l ds

d or i e ’ s b a k e r y

s e c on d s t or y r o s e

handcrafted ceramics & more for table, home, and garden 3260 State Route 90, Aurora, New York 13026 mackenzie-childs.com • 888.665-1999 / 315.364.7123

from-scratch, farm-to-table dining on the water’s edge 14 391 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 innsofaurora.com • 315.364.8888

a curated collection of stylish antiques, vintage, & thrift 26 286 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 secondstoryrose.com • 607.592.6893

pastries, ice cream, soups & sandwiches, pizza, beer & wine 15 283 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 innsofaurora.com • 315.364.8818

fa r g o b a r

&

v i n tag e l ig h t i ng

gr ill

quality antique lighting, including restoration & repair 27 371 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 315.364.8182

16 the best burger in the finger lakes & so much more 384 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 innsofaurora.com • 315.364.8006

WINERIES & BREWERIES au r or a a l e & l ag e r

l e dya r d fa r m s

the finest in Morgan horses and Highland cattle 1481 State Route 34B, King Ferry, New York 13081 ledyardfarms.com • 315.364.5660

18

chaotically creative brews 1891 State Route 90, King Ferry, New York 13081 brewaurora.com • 315.730.9897/914.438.1404

l ong p oi n t or c h a r d

retail & wholesale apricots, peaches, & apples 2007 State Route 90, Aurora, New York 13026 [email protected] • 315.364.5889

3

p u m p k i n h i l l bi s t r o

comfort food with a twist 2051 State Route 90, Aurora ,New York 13026 pumpkinhillbistro.com • 315.364.7091

Aurora Brochure FINAL-2.indd 2

9

b e t t h e fa r m w i n e r y

&

m a r k et

producers & purveyors of small-batch, hand-crafted wines 28 381 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 betthefarmny.com • 315.294.5643 &

h a n d s w i n e c om pa n y

a boutique winery focused on premium Pinot Noir & Reisling 4162 State Route 90, Union Springs, New York 13026 heartandhandswine.com • 315.889.8500

coffee, soups & ready-to-go sandwiches, pantry staples 17 385 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 innsofaurora.com • 315.364.8803

Sunday masses at 9:00 a.m. in the summer 18 299 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026 thegoodshepherd.cc • 315.364.7197

5

heart

v i l l ag e m a r k e t

NON-PROFITS good sh eph er d cat holic com m u n it y

4

t r e l e av e n w i n e r y 26 15

an estate winery producing fine vinifera wines since 1988 658 Lake Road, King Ferry, New York 13081 treleavenwines.com • 315.364.5100

l ong p oi n t w i n e r y

specializing in fine dry red wines & great lake views 1484 Lake Road, King Ferry, New York 13081 longpointwinery.com • 315.364.6990

8/22/16 9:57 AM