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  Events for December 3, 2016

Breakfast with Santa Annual Fund Raiser

- Location: Alfred Fire Department (6 Main St , Alfred)
(8:30 AM - 11:30 AM)
- Link: 2016 Breakfast With Santa

This Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 8:30 am - 11:30 am, the A.E. Crandall Hook and Ladder Co. (Alfred Fire and Ambulance) located at 6 Main Street will be holding its annual fund raiser "Breakfast with Santa".

Enjoy a wonderful all you can eat breakfast with our special guest Santa. Have a look at the fire trucks and ambulances. Talk to our members to find out what we are all about.

Children under 7 yrs old - Free
Children 7 - 13 yrs old - $2.00
Adults and Children over 13 yrs old - $4.00
(Donations and/or memberships are always welcomed).

This years proceeds will be applied to Silas Cochran’s Eagle Scout project, reflective house numbers in the Town of Alfred.

Happy Holidays from the members of the AE Crandall Hook and Ladder Co.

Football @ home **NCAA Tournament

- Location: Merrill Field
(12:00 PM - 3:00 PM)
Football @ home vs. University of Mount Union
**Elite 8

Core Sample: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

- Location: Alfred Ceramic art Museum
(All Day)
- Link: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

- Attachment 1: photo credit Brian Oglesbee
Alfred Ceramic Art Museum: Core Sample
Opens October 28, 2016
Gala Opening Reception: Friday, October 28, 6-9PM



In celebration of the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum’s move to its magnificent new facility, the Museum will open its doors on October 28, 2016, with an exhibition entitled Core Sample. This exhibition will feature highlights from the permanent collection. A number of these works have not been on view in years. Core Sample is the first of many ambitious projects slated for the museum, which will reveal essential aspects of the Museum’s collection as well as chart new directions in ceramic art and scholarship.