Try to see what's on TV on the ceiling of the Bug Jar.
Board the Mary Jemison or the Sam Patch from Corn Hill Landing.
Request the private viewing room at the Cinema Theater.
Enjoy the view from the new ExchangeStreetBridge.
Listen to Fred Costello rock the organ at Frontier Field. Get a white hot while you're there.
Step back into music history at the ClarissaRoom.
Read the quirky stuff at www.rocwiki.org, therefrigerator.net, or www.toxicrochester.com.
Get frozen custard and stroll Charlotte.
Hear the next new things perform at the open mics at Java's and Daily Perks.
Look up in Little Theatre 5 and see stars.
Try to find the White Lady at DurandEastmanPark.
Watch the stories come to life with Rochester Children's Theatre productions.
Read the writing on the wall in the can at the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. (Then get takeout. It's quicker.)
Hear a director introduce his film at the Dryden Theatre.
Frolic in the meadows at Corbett's Glen.
Get caught up in a pyrotechnic Mormon story at the Hill Cumorah summer pageant.
Ride your bike along Route 65.
Watch 19th-century baseball at the GeneseeCountryVillage and Museum.
Swing in the hammock (weather permitting) at Lux Lounge.
Find your aural bliss on the low end of the dial: Rejuvenation on WRUR 88.5 FM, jazz on WGMC 90.1 FM, and the slowFlow Show on WITR 89.7 FM.
See a memorial from the Revolutionary War in Groveland.
Find the home of the spiritualist church in Lily Dale.
Paddle Irondequoit Creek.
Pay a buck to get into the Lamberton Conservatory; seek out the SunkenGarden in Highland Park.
Sinful taste-test: cigars at the Rochester Cigar Factory, beer at Custom Brewcrafters in HoneoyeFalls, wine all throughout the Finger Lakes.
Find a good hat to borrow at Betty Meyer's Bullwinkle Café.
Stock up on old paper at the Antiquarian Book Fair.
Disappear into a tree tunnel along the Greenway.
Hear something new at A\V.
Find your white elephants at the Blessed Sacrament Rummage Sale.
Sign your kids up with the master: Garth Fagan Imaginations Dance Classes.
Get transported to the Renaissance with MusicaSpei's choral music.
Find the DVD you didn't know you wanted, Global DVD.
Learn all you wanted to learn about raptors at BraddockBay.
Look for famous names in Mt.HopeCemetery.
Roam the Central Library: tunnel, hidden doll room, and all.
Watch local cable access, Channel 15 RCTV.
Read Smugtown, U.S.A. to understand Rochester's old money.
Hike up Washington Grove to see the decorated water towers.
Watch other people's embarrassing moments at Home Movie Day.
Visit your youth at the National Toy Hall of Fame, StrongMuseum.
Shop the collection of artists' books at Visual Studies Workshop.
Listen: International Jazz Festival, MusicFest. They come to us.
Eat a garbage plate; take a day of rest.
Go to an independent bookstore. Brownbag, Gutenberg, Greenwood, LiftBridge, Yankee Peddlar, Write Book.
Watch the trains come in from behind Village Gate Square or on the East Main Streetbridge.
Walk the flour mill ruins at HighFalls.
Go to a free concert in the Eastman Theatre.
Watch: HighFalls Film Festival, ImageOut Film and Video Festival.
Walk around Village Gate Square and marvel at its othermallness.
Pay $2 admission on Thursday evenings to the MemorialArtGallery.
See the best drag queens around --- DarienneLake, Aggy Dune, Pandora Boxx, Ambrosia Salad --- at Club Muther's.
Check out the model trains at EdgertonCommunity Center.
Visit Lollypop Farm and try not to bring a pet home.
Squeeze a Live From Hochstein broadcast into your lunch hour.
Get stuck going in circles on the Inner Loop.
Get a look at the old subway before they fill it in.
Seek a thrill on the old, wooden Jack Rabbit rollercoaster.
Visit the Liberty Pole when it's all lit up for the holidays. Wonder why you did.
Go to the former ferry terminal and look longingly across the lake.
Find out if you're a writer (Writers & Books); a photographer or potter (GeneseeCenter for the Arts); an artist (MemorialArtGallery's Creative Workshop); or a glassmaker (More Fire Glass Studio).
Visit the Public Market early on a Saturday morning. Eat a breakfast of the gods.
Learn something: go to George Eastman House and Susan B. Anthony House. Wish we had a Frederick Douglass house.
Discover the best party decorations at a Public Star Party with the Rochester Astronomers Club.
Hand-feed those poor, bloated chickadees in MendonPondsPark.
Head to the 'burbs and pick your own produce.
Devote a Saturday to science at RochesterMuseum and ScienceCenter.
Join a participatory dance group for a night of Irish, Argentinean, contra, swing, or folk dancing.