Last updated on May 15, 2020
A Day of Fun
An afternoon of music, food and spirits in one of the newest venues in the Finger Lakes: Seneca Falls Rotary brings fun and good times to the Heart of the Finger Lakes Region in the 13th Annual Wine, Water & All That Jazz Musicfest on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm at del Lago Resort and Casino.
Open to the public with free parking, tickets are available at the door the day of the event with food & beverages available for purchase. Located centrally to three major markets — Rochester, Syracuse, and Ithaca — with a one minute drive to the NYS Thruway, an easily accessible Seneca Falls Rotary Musicfest provides an opportunity for an entertainment destination while helping others: a FUNdraising event in which your help makes the difference!
Where is it?
del Lago Resort and Casino – Event Tent
1133 Route 414, Waterloo NY 13165 Event Tent is located on property’s south side (to RIGHT of the entrance).
Who’s performing? Cool Club & The LIPKER SISTERS ATLAS
What’s the website? rotarymusicfest.com http://senecafallsrotaryjazz.com
Can I ask questions – and find answers? Yes – on the website!
Who can I talk with about the Event? A club Rotarian — we’re happy to answer your questions! 315.729.6315. (It’s on the website!)
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Is there a fax #? We have that too! 315.789.5418. (It’s included on the website!)
Is there a facebook page? Of course! Send a Message to the Seneca Falls Rotary via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SFNYRotary!
Where can I get tickets? Online via PayPal: http://senecafallsrotaryjazz.com/?page_id=89, from any Seneca Falls Rotary member, and at the gate the day of the event.
How much are tickets? $20 each.
What is del Lago? del Lago Resort and Casino offers 1,650 slot machines, 65 gaming tables, a host of food options and The Vine, a 2,400-seat entertainment venue. It also has a hotel and spa in addition to the newly opened DraftKings Sportsbook, the company’s third retail sportsbook U.S. location. The 6,000 square-foot space offers sports fans a state of the art and innovative, high-tech retail sports betting experience complete with betting kiosks, LED video screens, full-service bar and restaurant.
Seneca Falls Rotary Musicfest fine print……?
Where does the money go? Proceeds from the music festival are used completely to support worldwide Clean Water projects as well as local projects of the Seneca Falls Rotary Club.
Internationally – The Malawi Project and more By internationally coordinating centrifugal pump support through Xylem, Inc., the Seneca Falls Rotary specializes in irrigation assisting the Engineers Without Borders water treatment project at the Malawi Children’s Village (MCV). Using Xylem Saajhi Treadle pumps purchased for the
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program in the irrigation system, currently 33 irrigation sites are in operation, many of which are self sustaining, benefitting over 50,000 people in the MCV catchment region.
Locally – in Seneca Falls, Seneca County and Beyond Seneca Falls Rotary supports local programs including the Dictionary Project, the summer backpack program, Rotary Camp Onseyawa, literacy programs including spelling bees and supplying countywide reading bookshelves, and programs affiliated with agencies and organizations including the Seneca County House of Concern, Pathway Home, Seneca Falls Library, the American Red Cross in the Finger Lakes, The Seneca County United Way, and many more.
What’s included in the price of the ticket? While keeping in mind a goal of raising funds for local and international projects, the Musicfest Committee has recognized community changes and worked to adapt the program accordingly. Reiterating that all of the proceeds from purchased tickets go directly toward Seneca Falls Rotary Club programs, the price includes — in addition to the items listed above — free parking; an afternoon of great music by two distinguished groups in the Finger Lakes — Cool Club & the Lipker Sisters (https://www.facebook.com/CoolClubandtheLipkerSisters/) and Atlas (https://www.atlasband.com ); an opportunity to bid on interesting Silent Auction items from generous donors; an opportunity to participate for a chance to win original art work from Malawi and to purchase local handmade items as well as purchase and enjoy food and beverages provided by the del Lago kitchens.
LIVE MUSIC by ATLAS · with COOL CLUB & the LIPKER SISTERS · free parking · Mercedes Benz models on display · food & beverages for purchase · chance to bid on silent auction items · handmade Malawi items for sale · and much more! · ·
On the del Lago property adjacent to the Musicfest event, during performance hours the Finger Lakes Section of the Mercedes-Benz Club of America, Inc. will have a number of member vehicles on display.
Additionally, ticket proceeds travel far in that the power behind those dollars enables Seneca Falls Rotary club members the ability to work in tandem to provide service bringing people basic
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needs on a day-to-day basis like clean water; maize; a first book to own: commodities and items many people may take for granted and all too often go unavailable to others. Presently, for example, while reading these words, worldwide Rotarians continue the fight to end polio.
We have helped immunize more than 2.5 billion children against polio in 122 countries. Source: ( )
If polio is not eradicated, within 10 years, as many as 200,000 children will be paralyzed by it each year. Worldwide Polio Cases (as of February 2018) (according to POLIO NOW) 2016 37 2017 22 2018 3
At this moment (according to ) 12 in Afghanistan 53 in Pakistan (upward trend)
In 2016, more than 450 million children were vaccinated multiple times using more than two billion doses of oral polio vaccine. This will be done every year until the world is certified polio free. Rotary funds will help do this. • To date, 122 countries have benefited from PolioPlus grants. • Since 1988, the number of polio endemic countries declined from over 125 to three. • At Rotary’s 2017 International Convention in Atlanta, global leaders pledged $1.2 billion to the fight to eradicate polio. • This pledge included Rotary’s commitment to raise $50 million per year over the next three years as part of the End Polio Now: Countdown to History campaign. • Under an expanded partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, every $1 Rotary commits to polio eradication will be matched 2-to-1 (up to $ 50 million per year). Source: www.endpolio.org
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On Sunday, September 8th what might you be doing from 1-4pm? Think twice.… Checking your phone? Watching TV? Call a friend or simply go to the Rotary MusicFest at del Lago —- Do Good while having Fun!
Still thinking about it? While weighing the values and seeing how far your money will be doing good in the community and in the world, Rotarians can provide examples of how programs made possible by individuals like you are making a huge positive difference! Give us a call!
Who is sponsoring the event? On the site of del Lago Resort and Casino, the Seneca Falls Rotary Club is hosting the 13th Annual Wine, Water & All That Jazz Musicfest which is co-sponsored by Xylem, Inc. and the Delavan Foundation. Premium Business Sponsors: Quality Inn – Gallasso Foundation and Seneca Meadows; Business Sponsors: Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union, Finger Lakes Waterproofing, Inc., Swenson Sales, and Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union; and Event Supporters: Midey, Mirras, & Ricci, LLP; Seneca Falls Country Club, Sessler Wrecking, Five Star Bank, Connie’s Diner, Raymond E. Kelley, Inc., and James Motors.
Why? For many reasons, some of which may not even be listed here, giving opportunities can in some instances be most personal or as simple as paying it forward and helping others to help themselves. For the development of Wine, Water & All That Jazz the Seneca Falls Rotary Musicfest Committee has worked for over a dozen years to bring to fruition a community-wide fund-raising event that caters to and exceeds expectations as well as growing and evolving needs and demands of a discerning and expanding audience.
A Lifetime of Hope Fun with a purpose: through the generosity of many significant sponsors, donors, and attendees the Seneca Falls Rotary is able to raise over $20,000 for International and Local projects to help children, youth, and families worldwide.
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