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Daily Choices: What to do on Monday, September 10

Festival of Food, rock from the UK, and a book club for adults who love YA lit

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LITERATURE: If you love "young adult" fiction but can't quite be classified in the target demographic, join the Adults Who Love YA Book Club at Wood Library (134 N. Main St., Canandaigua). The first meeting takes place today 6-7 p.m., and participants should bring a YA book or title for consideration. For more information, call 394-1381.

ART: The New York Figure Study Guild is holding its 5th Annual Art Exhibition at Steve Carpenter Gallery & Art Center (175 Anderson Ave.) through September 15. Enjoy beautiful works exploring and celebrating the human form created by masters of their craft. The gallery is open 1-4 p.m. daily, for more information call 758-1410, or visit

SPECIAL EVENT: The annual Festival of Food, put on by regional food bank Foodlink, is back on Monday 6-9 p.m. The event takes place at the Public Market (280 N. Union St.), and includes samples of food and drink from dozens of the area's best restaurant, vineyards, breweries, bakeries, farmers, and more. Tickets to Festival of Food cost $40 in advance, or $50 at the door, and proceeds benefit Foodlink. For more information visit or call 328-3380 x132.

MUSIC: Is there a better way to start off a week then with some live music? Check out indie rock group The Wombats, all the way from the UK, but playing tonight at Water Street Music Hall (204 N. Water St). Tickets are only 94 cents with a purchase of an AWOLNATION ticket, or $9.41-$10 at the door. The music starts at 8 p.m., and with a price like that, you can't go wrong. We'll be at the show as well, so check the City Newspaper music blog Tuesday morning for live photos recapping the night. Head to for all the info.

MUSIC: Looking for something a little subtler, a little sultrier, a little more suave? Mark Bader will be laying down the sweet jazz lines at Bistro 135 (135 W. Commercial St., East Rochester) starting at 5:30 p.m.. He'll be there every Monday this month, but why put off a good thing? Grab some food and drinks and enjoy, and don't fret the start of another week. has all the information you'll need.