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Oscars Pre-Party Event in Seneca Falls

The Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry in downtown Seneca Falls is throwing an Oscar’s Pre-Party next Sunday, March 2nd, from 6 – 8 pm. This event is raising a lot of interest, and a lot of questions. The questions, such as, “What do you do at an Oscar’s Pre-Party?” and “Can I go if even if I’m not really into the Academy Awards?” are two favorites.What can I expect at the Oscar’s Pre-party?1. Tastings with Muranda Cheese Company, Montezuma Winery, Swedish Hill Winery, Americana Vineyards, Goosewatch Winery, Zugibe Vineyards, Eleven Lakes Winery, Wagner Brewing, Wagner Vineyards, Sweet Expressions chocolates, Lively Run Goat Diary and Life’s So Sweet chocolates2. Hors d’oeuvres by Abigail’s Restaurant and the Downtown Deli3. Contests & Prizes for best celebrity impression, best celebrity look-alike, best audition, and best dressed. Join in on the fun or cheer from the sidelines as your neighbors showcase their talents in this light-hearted contest. Our judges, Mike Rusinko and Jim Schreck of WNYR, are sure to keep the contests lively!4. Live Music with Scot B. Adams.5. Samsung 50-inch TV Raffle Buy your chance to win an $800 HD TV!6. Your photo on the Red Carpet. Popular local photographer, Linda Solan, has volunteered her talents to capture party goers on the red carpet. Photos will be e-mailed to guests after the event.What should I wear?Suits, ties and tuxes are all acceptable wear at this Oscar’s Pre-Party, but if you have your hopes set on receiving our Best Dressed Award, it’s got to be formal-wear all the way!Where can I get tickets?Tickets for the event may be purchased by credit card on the museum’s website at senecamuseum.com, or by phone at 315-568-1510. Ticket costs are $25/single, $45/couple.All proceeds from the Oscar’s Pre-party will benefit the Seneca Museum. Sponsors include: Seneca Meadows, Senecayuga Properties, Fingerlakes1.com, Abigail’s Restaurant, Sanderson‐Moore Funeral Home, Finger Lakes Times, Finger Lakes Radio Group, Seneca Daily, Downtown Deli.The Seneca Museum, located on 89 Fall Street, is open daily, and offers tours, a gift shop and family and children’s programming. Along with the Heritage Area Visitor Center, also located at 89 Fall Street, the Museum services thousands of tourists each year with its unique historical exhibits. To learn more about the Seneca Museum, log onto www.senecamuseum.com.

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