1 ELVIS AT CMAC Elvis Costello, that is. Emerging in the punk/New Wave era looking like a ticked-off Buddy Holly, the English musician born Declan MacManus' 40-year recording career has included music influenced by reggae, R&B, jazz, country, classical and straight-up rock-and-roll, always with a deft sense of wordplay, backed by such bands as The Attractions and The Imposters: "Alison." "Watching the Detectives." "Radio, Radio." "Everyday I Write the Book." "New Amsterdam." "Veronica." Costello will play Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive, Hopewell, this Saturday, June 17, backed by The Imposters. Dawes opens for the 7:30 p.m. concert. (Gates open at 6 p.m.) Tickets range from $35 to $95, with no lawn seating. Coming up next week: Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton on Wednesday, June 21. Tickets/details: cmacevents.com.
2 'A LOCAVORE'S DREAM' More than 30 food and beverage producers from the Finger Lakes region and Western New York will offer free samples of their products at the 2017 Honey Dipper Festival, held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 17 at Kettle Ridge Farm, 515 Log Cabin Road, Fishers (Town of Victor). Targeted to adults, the festival will bring together a variety of local foods and beverages, including cheeses, sauces, honey, wines, craft beers, spirits, ciders, chocolates, jams, produce and baked goods, to name just a few. Local chefs will provide culinary demonstrations, and local musicians Claudia Hoyser, Thurlow, and Nick LeDuc will perform. Run in collaboration with Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty, a regional food network that helps educate consumers about locally produced foods and beverages, "this festival is a locavore's dream," says Chris Hurley of Kettle Ridge Farm. Attendance is limited; advance tickets ($25) can be purchased at www.honeydipperfestival.com.
3 A GOOD YEAR FOR THE ROSES The annual Rose Walk at Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Site — set for Saturday, June 17, starting at 9 a.m. — offers participants the opportunity to walk through the historic and picturesque gardens and surrounding historic neighborhood while benefiting Fralick Cardiac Rehabilitation and Fitness Circle. Registration ($10) is required. Last year's walk raised more than $16,000 for cardiac rehabilitation patients at Thompson Health, bringing the total amount raised over two decades of Rose Walks to more than $250,000. Saturday's walk, the 21st annual event, will be held rain or shine and will offer 1- and 2-mile walking routes. Sonnenberg is at 151 Charlotte St., Canandaigua. Registration/information: 585-396-6253, bit.ly/2szx6uh.
4 ANTHONY'S LEGACY One hundred forty-four years ago, Susan B. Anthony went on trial in Canandaigua for the crime of having illegally voted in Rochester, an event that cemented Canandaigua's role in the women's-suffrage movement. The Ontario County Historical Society and 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse this Saturday will host a multi-venue "Susan B. Anthony Legacy Event" to commemorate the historic occasion. The evening starts with a 7 p.m. reception Saturday, June 17, at the Ontario County Historical Society, 55 N. Main St., which will spotlight the exhibit “Votes for Women: the Suffrage Movement in Ontario County.” At 7:45 p.m., attendees, who are encouraged to dress in period attire, will make a symbolic march to the steps of the Ontario County Courthouse, joined by sign-holding suffragists, also in period attire. At the courthouse, Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass will share first-hand perspectives through portrayals by Barbara Blaisdell and David Anderson at 8 p.m. There will be presentations on the trial and on the connections between the suffrage movement and the Quakers (Friends) of Farmington. Admission: Free. Details: tinyurl.com/yd82z2qq.
5 BOWL AND BID Participants in a June 17 event at Roseland Bowl will be aiming to roll strikes, take trumps, and lend a hand to Canandaigua's comfort care home Light Hill. The Denise Mincer Memorial Euchre and Bowling Fundraiser is set for 1-8 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at Roseland Bowl, 4357 Recreation Drive, Hopewell (off County Road 10), with people participating in bowling and/or euchre to benefit Light Hill, where Denise Mincer passed away in January. Registration, ranging from $20 to $35, is required. Details: 585-393-1311, lighthillhome.org