10/25/2019 – 10/27/2019 周末活动

 

 

 

 

 

10 / 25 /2019 星期五

 

1,Spooky Hide and Seek (9pm) @ Willard Straight Hall Student union, 136 Ho Plaza, Ithaca

 

-Come get in the spirit of Halloween with PSA as we play Spooky Hide & Seek in Willard Straight Hall! The event will take place on Friday, October 25th at 9pm, and we’ll meet by the popcorn stand!! See you there! 👻🎃

 

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2,Baby Storytime (10:30am to 11am) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library will resume its schedule of children’s storytimes in October. Baby Storytime will meet Fridays from 10:30 to 11:00 AM, October 4 through December 13.

At Baby Storytime, caregivers and babies up to 24 months embrace early literacy through books, music, movement and rhyming. This storytime is followed by an hour-long “Baby & Toddler Playtime” at 11:00 AM.

Contact TCPL Youth Services for more information at 607 272-4557, extension 275.

 

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3, Human Serive Job Fair (1pm to 4:30pm) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Do you enjoy working with people? Join us at the Human Services Job Fair this Friday in the Borger Warner Room at Tompkins County Public Library. Representatives from local human services agencies will be there to tell you about exciting career opportunities with their organizations.

Agencies include:

The William George Agency for Children’s Services, Inc.
Racker
Longview, an Ithacare Community
Unity House

Each day this week we will be highlighting one of these agencies, the amazing work they do, and current job openings!

Contact Cindy S. at 607.272.7570 ext.136 or csloan@tompkins-co.org to register. Walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a paper copy of your resume and references. If you don’t have a printer, you can stop by the Career Center any day this week between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. for assistance with printing.

 

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4, Breast Cancer Awareness week (7:30am to 5:30pm) @ Colleges Against Cancer of Cornell University

 

-1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer over the course of her life. This week we will be spreading awareness and raising money to help fight breast cancer. We will have events on campus and in Collegetown throughout the week!

Wear pink!! If you post an image wearing pink to Instagram or Facebook, and tag Colleges Against Cancer, you will receive a promo code for $5 off Relay for Life registration fee!!

Check out the schedule below for times and locations!

 

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5, Ladies Night Out (6pm to 7:30pm) @ Sea Change Family Chiropractic, 821 Cliff St, Ithaca

 

-FREE CHAIR MASSAGE
WINE AND SNACKS
FREE SAMPLES
DOOR PRIZES

 

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6, Trick or Treat Yourself (8pm to 11pm) @ IC after Dark, Ithaca

 

-Celebrate Halloween with IC After Dark on Friday, October 25 from 8-11pm in IC Square for Trick or Treat Yourself! There will be free food, a costume contest, prizes, massages, a murder mystery, and more!

 

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7, Mexica?Aztec Connections to Plants and Foods (7:30pm to 8:30pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock Knoll Drive

 

-Audrey O’Connor Lecture
Mexica/Aztec Connections to Plants & Foods
-Michael Heralda, Storyteller, Musician, and Cultural Presenter

Be prepared to experience the wondrous world of the Mexica/Aztec people in an intimate and personal lecture by artist and musician Michael Heralda. Throughout his cultural and highly educational event you will learn about the indigenous philosophy, language, ceremonies, traditions and foods of the Mexica/Aztec people all from an indigenous perspective. The importance of native philosophy as understood by the Mexica/Aztec people and how deeply integrated it was in their daily life will be shared. Heralda will also discuss the connections between humans and plants, the Xinachtli concept -its symbolism and importance- and the seven warrior foods of the Mexica/Aztec.

Bio:
Michael Heralda is an artist, composer, storyteller and poet. Since 1995 he has shared his lectures and interactive Aztec Stories presentations with interested listeners and participants of all ages across the United States. During his music presentations he introduces numerous hand-made indigenous styled instruments like the Huehuetl drums, Teponaztli drums, numerous clay flutes, gourd water drums and many other percussive instruments. He has also recorded three CD’s. He shares his work at schools (K-12), colleges, universities, museums, culture centers, libraries and family festivals. He describes his Aztec Stories programs as “Edu-tainment for all ages”!

 

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8, Halloween in Downtown Ithaca (4pm to 6pm) @ Downtown Ithaca

 

-Dress up in costume and join in the fun!

To join in on the costume parade, meet at the Greater Ithaca Activities Center(GIAC) for a 3:30 pm start, and then parade with the group as it makes its way onto the Ithaca Commons.

Trick-or-Treating and Halloween festivities will run 4:00 – 6:00PM. Stores participating in the festivities will have a “Trick-or-Treat” sign prominently displayed in their storefront window indicating that the store is greeting trick-or-treaters. Stores participating are located on the Commons, Aurora Street, Cayuga Street and inside Dewitt Mall.

Enjoy music, Halloween games, healthy snacks, and chili prepared by GIAC Teen Catering Entrepreneurship Program(Meat and Vegetarian options available until gone).

SCHEDULE:
4:00 – 6:00 pm: Downtown Ithaca Trick-or-Treating
Areas around downtown include: Ithaca Commons, DeWitt Mall, Cayuga Street, Aurora Street(Restaurant Row), Gateway Commons, Press Bay Alley and Court, Cayuga & West State Street.

4:00 – 6:00 pm: Center Ithaca Halloween Festivities (171 East State Street on the Commons)

Halloween in Downtown Ithaca is presented by Presenting by Maguire Hyundai Subaru and supported in part by Visions FCU.

 

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9, Fall Garba 2019 (7pm to 9:30pm) @ Cornell Society for India

 

-Fall Garba is Society for India’s celebration of Navratri! With free food (samosas!), dancing, and fun, this event is always a great time for all students!

Co-sponsored by South Asian Council!

 

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10,  Cornell: Mochi (11am to 4pm) @ Cornell Lambda Phi Epsilon, 131 Blair St Ithaca

 

-🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩✨🤩
YALL we’ve made it through our first few prelims❗️🤓 ❗️Now what?? 🤔

You deserve something good 💯😍 and the brothers of Cornell Lambda Phi Epsilon have just the sweet treat for you 😫👌

Preorder yourself some HOMEMADE NUTELLA-FILLED MOCHI 😱😋 PLUS, preorder some for your friends because they really need some of that good good too 👯‍♀️👯‍♀

PRICES: $2.50 for 2 // $4 for 4 // $5.50 for 6

PREORDER FORM: https://tinyurl.com/LambdaMochi

PREORDER DEADLINE: Thursday, October 24th @ 6pm

PICK UP: STATLER HALL on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25th (11AM TO 4PM)
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10 / 26 /2019 星期六

 

1,NY Holstein Harvest Sale (11am to 5pm)  @ Cornell University

 

-The annual Harvest Sale will be October 26th! Come see some great animals, eat some great food and support CUDS!

 

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2,Special Magical Family Storytime (11am to 11:30am) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library will resume its schedule of children’s storytimes in October. Family Storytime will meet Saturdays from 11:00 to 11:30 AM, October 12 through December 14. All storytimes meet in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room.

At this special Magical Family Storytime will entertain children of all ages and their caregivers. At this storytime, all things magical and wizardly will be celebrated, while building early literacy skills.

At Family Storytime, children of all ages and their caregivers are invited to celebrate reading and build their early-literacy skills through sharing stories, songs and family fun.

Contact TCPL Youth Services for more information at 607 272-4557, extension 275.

 

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3, Wizarding Weekend at TCPL (9:30am) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library is pleased to participate in this year’s much-anticipated Wizarding Weekend with a variety of programs for children, teens, and adults.

For children, on Saturday, October 26 from 11:00 to 11:30 AM in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room, a special Magical Family Storytime will entertain children of all ages and their caregivers. At this storytime, all things magical and wizardly will be celebrated, while building early literacy skills.

A children’s writing workshop with local author Anne Mazer, “Secrets of the Library,” will take place Saturday, October 26, from 1:00 to 2:30 PM. Tweens ages 8 to 11 can explore the secrets of the library at this writing workshop. They should bring a notebook, a favorite pen, curiosity, and imagination. Register for the workshop at https://www.tcpl.org/events/secrets-library-childrens-writing-workshop-anne-mazer.

Teens are invited to create a free bookmark invoking the power of the cosmos, in the Teen Area, all day Saturday, October 26, while supplies last.

Older children, teens, and adults can create a charm button to ward off evil. Interested people can choose one of the images provided and make a button for their tote bag or jacket. Supplies are limited. Near the Adult Reference Desk, Saturday, October 26, from 12:30 to 3:00 PM.

At the Fantasy Photo Booth on Saturday, October 26, teens and adults can take selfies or, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, a photographer will be available to take snapshots. Props will be available to help interested parties create dramatic, magical portraits. Near the Adult Reference Desk.

From 2:00 to 3:00 PM on Sunday, October 27, Kris Altucher will lead a group in creating magical jewelry in the Makerspace. Space is limited for Baubles and Charms Jewelry Making; first come, first served.

All weekend, people of all ages can experience an exhibit featuring images from Cornell’s Spacecraft Planetary Imaging Facility (SPIF). In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, this exhibit features images of the moon landing along with other images selected by SPIF’s manager, Zoe Learner Ponterio. Images taken over a long period of time of all of the planets are also on display, illustrating the development of technical capabilities. Additionally, The History Center is providing artifacts from the moon landing era from Tompkins County.

Postcards from Beyond exhibit and lecture made possible (in part or in full) with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Community Arts Partnership, and from the Cornell Department of Astronomy and Center for Planetary Science and Astrophysics.

For more information about this and other programming at TCPL, contact tvadakin@tcpl.org or (607) 272-4557, extension 260.

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4, Free Monthly Uke Circle (11am to 1pm) @ Hickeys Music Center, 104 Adams St, Ithaca

 

-Come join us for an hour of music making on Saturday, October 26th at noon for our free Uke Circle for players of all ages and levels. Beginners are welcome to come for an extra special instruction session at 11:00. Our theme will be around trips, travel and a “Grand Tour of Them Thar Hills & Plains.

Need an instrument? We can lend you one for the session.

Held on the last Saturday of every month. This month we are in the studio around back of the Hickey’s Building.

No charge, no obligation – come prepared to have fun. We’d love to see you. And don’t forget, beginners are welcome to come in at 11:00 for a “head start”

 

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5, Ithaca Fixers Collective (3pm) @ Ithaca ReUse Center, 214 Elmira Rd, Ithaca

 

-Open to public. The Ithaca Fixers Collective is open to anyone who has things to fix, wants to help fix items, and/or wants to learn how to repair items. For more information about the Fixers Collective, visit the http://www.ithacareuse.org/fixers or call (607) 257-9699.

 

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6, Pumpkin Carving and Painting (11am to 1pm) @ Big Red Barn, Cornell University

 

-Decorate your Fall Pumpkin!

 

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7, Listen Live: Citations Needed and Journey West (4:30pm to 9pm) @ Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114

 

-Two events in one special evening at the Museum!

EVENT SCHEDULE

4:30PM Refreshments

5:15PM Citations Needed LIVE
Adam Johnson and Nima Shirazi will host a live recording of Citations Needed, a podcast about the intersection of media, PR, and power, with special guest Professor Shannon Gleeson (Associate Professor, Labor Relations, Law, and History). In conjunction with the exhibition “how the light gets in,” they’ll discuss “How the Media Helps Stir Up Anti-Immigration Fervor” in the context of tracing the histories of tying immigrants to drugs and crime, and the fearmongering about open borders.
http://citationpod.com/

7:00PM Journey West LIVE
Journey West will perform global traditional music with guest Turkish vocalist Gizem Kilic. Founded in Ithaca, Journey West captivates attention like few concerts can. The multi-media production starts in the Middle East, travels through Eastern and Western Europe into the United States, featuring musicians from the US, Iraq, Egypt and Iran. The musical performance is supported by practical demonstrations, rich historical contexts and explanations associated with the migration of melody.
http://journeywestmusic.com/

**Admission to this event and to the Museum is free!**

how the light gets in is on view through Sunday, December 8. This Museum-wide exhibition is installed in all of our temporary exhibition galleries, contemporary collection gallery, lobbies, and on the facade and grounds.

http://museum.cornell.edu/exhibitions/how-the-light-gets-in

 

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8, Family Weekend Open House (12pm to 1pm) @ Cornell Chimes, McGraw Tower, Ithaca

 

-Welcome to all families visiting. Stop by anytime during the hour to see the chimesmasters perform and to admire the incredible vista of the valley.

 

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9, Mall- O-Ween Parade and Fall Festival (10am to 4pm) @ Ithaca Mall, 40 CAtherwood Rd, Ithaca

 

-Please join Fidelis Care and The Shops at Ithaca Mall on October 26th, from 10:00am to 4:00pm for the Fall Festival and the Mall-o-Ween Parade featuring indoor trick or treating. All children must be pre-registered to join the parade. Visit the Malls registrations table, located in the food court on Wednesday, October 23th thru Friday, October 25th from 3:00PM to 7:00PM. The registration fee is $2.00 per child, cash or check will be accepted. This will cover the cost of the parade entry and Trick-Or Treating Gift Bag!

 

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10, Bailemos Salsa Social: UV Latin Dance (9pm to 1am) @ Robert Purcell, Ithaca, *Ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uv-latin-dance-workshops-cornell-university-tickets-77512011513?fbclid=IwAR2BAz0Sys8_mu9WWiugYoqbITPDLccTrms6sCdTxmtuDonEpBtD_loR6JY

 

-Bailemos Latin Dance Club is hosting our big semester salsa social in the Robert Purcell Community Center, with DJ Sal Sero from Rochester, NY and a (bachata) performance by nine time world champions Uriel Garcia and Vera Rowe! We’ll provide a donation box, but otherwise it’s:

FREE!

Place: Robert Purcell Community Center Room 218

9pm – 1am
11pm Performance

Costumes welcome!

 

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11, Chocolatada (10am to 4pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock Knoll Drive, Ithaca

 

-Celebrate chocolate through history with tastings and hands-on activities. Come experience the rich story of chocolate starting from a tree; learn how it grows and how cacao seeds are processed to become lusciously smooth chocolate. Sample diverse chocolates as you travel through their place in history. Honor the Mexican Day of the Dead custom by grinding chocolate nibs on a traditional Mexican metate. Listen to thought-provoking Mexica/Aztec stories with special guest storyteller and musician, Michael Heralda. This event is offered with assistance from the Cornell Chocolate and Confections Technology Club.
Fee: $5/person, children 5 and under free, tickets available at the door.
Location: Nevin Welcome Center

 

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12, Haunted Escape Rooms (7pm to 10pm) @ Willard Straight Hall Student union, 136 Ho Plaza, Ithaca

 

-CAN YOU ESCAPE??
THIS HALLOWEEN YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT! JOIN US IN OUR SPOOKY ESCAPE ROOMS, THE PERFECT WAY TO SPEND THE SCARIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR! HAPPY HAUNTING!!

⁃WHEN: October 26th, 7-10 P.M.
⁃WHERE: Willard Straight Hall, International Lounge
⁃3 haunted Escape Rooms, each with a unique set of stories.
-Sign up link: https://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/vevrn

#1 Who Killed the Director? (large room, $20 per group, 4-7 people.)
The Director is dead. Murdered. A murder on set. Sure, the most pompous, selfish, irritable director there ever was, but not enough to get murdered? His ghost is back for revenge, thinking that you, the detective, killed him. You must escape him and find his murderer before the Director’s ghost gets to you.

#2 Escape from the Haunted Room (small room, $15 per group, 3-5 people.)
You wander around late at night and stumble upon an old abandoned mansion. Legend says that the mansion is haunted, but you go inside anyway. You hear the door creak shut and lock behind you. You are trapped! With the terrifying sounds of ghosts and ghouls drawing near, you have only 10 minutes to find a way out of the room. Will you be able to escape in time? Or will you become another trapped soul?

#3 What Do the Spirits Want? (small room, $15 per group, 3-5 people.)
You’ve been mistakenly trapped in a tomb, and only your ancestors know the long forgotten ritual to help you escape. To receive the message from the the spirits you must use your wits and appease the Lwa, or be trapped in the dirt forevermore.

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13, Wizarding Weekend Ithaca (10am) @ Downtown Ithaca

 

-Wizarding Weekend Ithaca is a street festival style celebration of magic, science and fantasy. All fandoms are welcomed at the event. Programming will focus on magic, science and fantasy found in literature, television, film and gaming.

Show Hours:
Saturday October 26, 2019 10am-5pm
Sunday October 27,2019 10am-4pm

YOU ARE THE MAGIC of this event! Come in costume for the daily costume parade, create a one of kind piece for the new Fan Art Show, and brush up on your fandom facts for the trivia contest.

Enjoy specialty programming, local merchants, vendors, interactive exhibits, panels, workshops, demonstrations, crafts, presentations, live music and themed entertainment.

Take part in the GorgeKeep School of Magic through activities and games.

Enjoy festival exclusives with our new Magical Passport Program (not a required to gain admission but you need it to participate in Magical Creature Hunt, Potions Crawl and receive event swag and discounts).

Details announced monthly via social media and at WizardingWeekend.com

PLEASE NOTE: Wizarding Weekend is NOT a ‘Harry Potter’ festival. Warner Bros. Entertainment, Pottermore, and JK Rowling are NOT associated with or responsible for this event in any way.

 

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10 / 27 /2019 星期天

 

1,Wizarding Weekend Ithaca (10am) @ Downtown Ithaca

 

-Wizarding Weekend Ithaca is a street festival style celebration of magic, science and fantasy. All fandoms are welcomed at the event. Programming will focus on magic, science and fantasy found in literature, television, film and gaming.

Show Hours:
Saturday October 26, 2019 10am-5pm
Sunday October 27,2019 10am-4pm

YOU ARE THE MAGIC of this event! Come in costume for the daily costume parade, create a one of kind piece for the new Fan Art Show, and brush up on your fandom facts for the trivia contest.

Enjoy specialty programming, local merchants, vendors, interactive exhibits, panels, workshops, demonstrations, crafts, presentations, live music and themed entertainment.

Take part in the GorgeKeep School of Magic through activities and games.

Enjoy festival exclusives with our new Magical Passport Program (not a required to gain admission but you need it to participate in Magical Creature Hunt, Potions Crawl and receive event swag and discounts).

Details announced monthly via social media and at WizardingWeekend.com

PLEASE NOTE: Wizarding Weekend is NOT a ‘Harry Potter’ festival. Warner Bros. Entertainment, Pottermore, and JK Rowling are NOT associated with or responsible for this event in any way.

 

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2,Diwali: The Indian Festival of Light (6pm to 10pm) @ Big Red Barn, Cornell University

 

– Join us at the Big Red Barn in celebration of Diwali, the Indian Festival of Light.

 

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3, 3rd Weekend – friends book sale (10am) @ 509 Esty St, Ithaca

 

– This is the final weekend of the Friends Book Sale. Still a good selection of items and the prices go down every day. Monday, Oct 28, is Dime Day and Tuesday, Oct 29, is Bag Day. It’s too good to miss. We’re open all four days 10am-8pm.

 

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4, Sciencenter Spooky Science (12pm to 4pm) @ Sicenceter, 601 1st St, Ithaca

 

– Visit the Sciencenter – in costume – for Spooky Science, the annual community event on, Sunday, October 27, 12:00 –4:00 pm. Explore how science can get spooky with tricked-out exhibits, hands-on activities, and wicked demonstrations.

Admission is FREE

Thank you to our sponsor: Rheonix

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5, Basic Life Support for Healthcare providers- AHA (2pm) @ Ithaca

 

– Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers is an American Heart Association certification which is valid for 2 years. It trains participants to promptly recognize several life threatening emergencies, give high quality chest compressions, deliver ventilations and provide early use of the AED.
Call or text 607-463-0499 to reserve a spot