10/4/2019-10/6/2019 周末活动

 

 

 

 

10 / 4 /2019 星期五

 

1,Cornell Homecoming Fireworks and Laser Light Show (7pm to 9:30pm)  @ Schoellkopf Field, Ithaca*ticket: https://cornellbigredtickets.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=2005&r=9be14607cd2d4ff5b992654f25f60868&fbclid=IwAR0fwJyQY5pWE-zksgUWuqs073oHgqRn-SGVyZDISx42H6N26MsPV5Ta8pk

 

 

– Don’t miss the Fireworks and Laser Light Show, a Cornell University Homecoming tradition. This year, 3D projection and more surprises, take the show to new heights. This event is FREE and open to the public but tickets will be REQUIRED for entry this year.

 

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2,Let’s Mediate at the Johnson (12:15pm) @ Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca

 

-6 WEEK FALL SERIES: FRIDAYS 9/6 – 10/11, 12:15-45PM

A trained Cornell Health guide will lead participants through meditation exercises designed to focus on the breath and quiet the mind. Drop-in for one session or attend them all.

Weather permitting, sessions will take place under Cosmos on the second-floor Mallin Sculpture Court (the rain location will be the Lynch Conference Room on the sixth floor). Bring a warm jacket as the Sculpture Court gets windy.

No reservations required, free and open to all!

https://health.cornell.edu/initiatives/community-initiatives/lets-meditate

 

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3, Gallery Night Ithaca (5pm to 8pm) @ Downtown, Ithaca

 

-First Friday Gallery Night is a monthly community celebration taking place in and around Downtown Ithaca.

Local galleries and art houses host special receptions, performances, screenings, and other events showcasing the work of local, national, and international artists. Gallery Night is free and open to the public.

Gallery Night Ithaca is sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company and supported by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County and with 90.1

For more information, including artists information, visit gallerynightithaca.com.

 

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4, Feel Good Friday: Free Lunch and Thoughtful conversation (12:20pm) @ Music Room, 411 Willard Straight Hall

 

-Free lunch and thoughtful conversations each week with a new topic! Click back here for each week’s theme. Open to the Cornell Community.

 

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5, Diaries (5pm to 8pm) @ State of the Art Gallery, 120 W State St, Ithaca

 

-Diane Newton and Patty Porter will share the front gallery at State of the Art during October. Their show, DIARIES, is the culmination of two years of daily artmaking to create two bodies of diverse work for their second two-person show.

Porter, an expressive realist painter, uses this body of work as a way of remembering and recording the places she holds dear and wants to explore through the painting process. Newton’s drawings and photographs are emotive and compositional responses to visual situations—landscape, the human figure and the light, shadow and form she has encountered with her camera in the urban environment.

Show dates are October 2-27, 2019, with a reception for the artists Friday, October 4, 5-8pm, Gallery Night in downtown Ithaca. Other gallery artists will show work in the Salon. Hours: W-F, 12-6pm and S&S, 12-5pm. 120 W Martin Luther King, Jr./State Street; curbside parking and ADA accessibility. Contact info: 607-277-1626

 

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6, First Friday Gallery Night at TCPL (5:30pm to 8pm) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library will introduce the next exhibits in the 2019 “Space” theme on First Friday Gallery Night, October 4 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. The evening will also include a lecture on robotic cameras in space and a Pop Up Open Art Hive.

Postcards from Beyond: A Timeline of Exploration
Journey through time and witness our dramatic advances in capturing the wonders of the Solar System in photographs taken from beyond the confines of Earth. This artistic and historical exposition features the first photographs ever taken in space of various worlds, paired with some of the most spectacular images to date. Curated by Zoe Learner Ponterio, Manager, Spacecraft Planetary Imaging Facility (SPIF). The History Center also contributed to this exhibit with images from local newspapers from the 1960’s around the theme of space exploration. In the Avenue of the Friends through November.

Lecture: As the Human Eye Could Never See
At 6:15 in the BorgWarner Community Room, Zoe Learner Ponterio will present the talk “As the Human Eye Could Never See.” For over 50 years we’ve been sending cameras into space. Some are operated by hand, but the vast majority travel aboard robotic spacecraft, voyaging far beyond the current reach of human exploration. In addition to the wealth of scientific discoveries these pictures have sparked, there is the sheer joy their beauty brings to all who see them, and what they say about our desire to venture into the unknown. Join us for a journey through the decades to see how far we’ve come in our quest to explore the Solar System through our robotic eyes.

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.

Three Artists Interpret Botanical Beauty
Artists Camille Doucet, Marjorie Hoffman, and Rosemary Glos share a love of plants, interpreting this love in their own unique ways. North Reading Room, East Wall

All Access Art Club Show
Members of All Access Art Club, a group consisting of artists with developmental disabilities, friends, and families, spent the summer creating the works showcased here. Curved Wall near self-checkout machines, columns in North Reading Room.

Winners of the Equity Statement Juried Teen Art Contest will be on display in the Teen Center.

Star Wars Collection
This collection is on loan from Jonathan Serrano, a graphic artist working at T-Shirt Express on the Commons in Ithaca. He lives in Interlaken with his girlfriend and two cats. He also likes Star Wars and started his collection in 2004.

Pop Up Open Art Hive
TCPL continues its partnership with the Pop Up Open Art Hive, an inclusive art studio hosted by a group of artists, dancers, and creative arts therapists looking to build accessible and free art spaces around Ithaca and Tompkins county. Come make art. All are welcome.

These programs have been made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County.

For more information, email yrubio@tcpl.org.

 

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7, First Friday Art Night at the Museum of the Earth (5pm to 8pm) @ Museum of the Earth, 1259 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca

 

-Visit the Museum of the Earth’s Gift Shop on First Friday Art Night, October 4, 2019, to see portraits of scientists, naturalists, and scientific illustrators in the new exhibit by Annie Zygarowicz. The Museum will be open for extended evening hours.

In this special exhibit for the Museum, Annie Zygarowicz combines her love for scientific illustration, science and character design by painting unique portraits of scientists and artists who, with their passion and curiosity, have educated and inspired us with new, exciting discoveries for centuries.

A life-long painter, illustrator, sculptor, and graphic designer, Annie graduated from the School of Visual Arts with BFA in illustration, and since has freelanced as an editorial illustrator for national magazines and journals. Annie’s “Zygdesignz Studio” works with clients producing branding and promotional material, tourism brochures and maps, as well as educational products for children. As an illustrator, she has rediscovered her love for children’s books and began writing/ illustrating her own stories as well as illustrating books for other authors.

Her portfolio includes digital and traditionally rendered art and illustrations of character design, sculptural pieces, art for editorial, artwork for licensing and more recently, paintings of plants, flowers and birds. In 2017, she became a member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators.

Light refreshments will be served. Special evening $5 admission rates apply to Museum exhibits. Admission to the show in the Museum’s Gift Shop is free, the artwork will be on display through the end of November.

 

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8, 2019 New York State Veterinary Conference (8am to 5pm) @ Cornell University *Ticket: https://web.cvent.com/event/a19636c8-c15f-4def-aabd-eed7fdada0c7/summary?RefId=AdWords&gclid=Cj0KCQjw6IfoBRCiARIsAF6q06vhPiPePNHPr2r4PuK4ZrQ1BAvKUU_tblOBz59DDrtUo3k1KzVY1DcaAkbhEALw_wcB&fbclid=IwAR2MH-TFkX_VlZYXr3Rw_3OmRMwbn1QK-nQTBN4fKa8zIxQVbh1Oimx90Nc

 

-The 2019 New York State Veterinary Conference is a three-day continuing education opportunity that provides attendees with high-impact professional development, offering up to 24 RACE CE credits per person.

*SpecVet will not be presenting at this conference.

 

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9, Slow Flow Yoga (4pm to 6pm) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library is pleased to offer a series of Slow Flow Yoga classes, Fridays, September 13 through October 4, from 4:00 to 6:00 PM in the Library’s BorgWarner Community Room West.

This Slow Flow style yoga class, taught by Kris Altucher, is adaptable for different levels of fitness and will involve sitting on a mat and standing up from the floor. Participants should wear comfortable clothes they can move and stretch in, and bring their own yoga mat or a towel, if possible. A few mats will be available for use at the class.

Kris Altucher has found joy, calm and freedom in yoga for nearly ten years. She recently completed a 200-hour teacher training in Vinyasa Flow at Mighty Yoga in Ithaca. Kris believes that yoga has something to offer all of us, at all stages of life and fitness, and she’s eager to help others explore yoga.

This program is free and open to the public. Space is limited, and registration is required. Each session requires registration. Prompt cancellation is requested if a registrant discovers they will not be able to attend.

Register for September 20 here: www.tcpl.org/events/slow-flow-yoga.
Register for September 27 here: www.tcpl.org/events/slow-flow-yoga-0.
Register for October 4 here: www.tcpl.org/events/slow-flow-yoga-1.

For more information on this and other programming at TCPL, contact Information and Learning Services at smckissick@tcpl.org or 607 272-4557, extension 260.

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10, Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium (9am to 5pm) @ Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle Lane, Ithaca *Ticket: https://ithacachildrensgarden.z2systems.com/np/clients/ithacachildrensgarden/eventRegistration.jsp?event=9&&fbclid=IwAR0V3jJ279lssife6sPJ5LFt7P7h5fqIQ4IPOg7pCTJFCwvGErfKET1vJF8

 

– This year marks the 4th Ithaca Children’s Garden’s Play Symposium: a gathering for change-makers fostering a culture of play in their communities.

Join Ithaca Children’s Garden for three days of sharing, discussion, and play, while learning from local initiatives and play leaders from across the US. Featuring panels, play observation, presentations, and more, Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium is highly relevant for educators, parents, play professionals, parks and recreation staff, city administrators, and anyone passionate about children, education, the great outdoors, health, well-being, social justice, or play.

The 2019 Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium theme is Play for All: Equity, Access, and Inclusion. We are excited to share that a keynote from Dr. Corliss Outley of Texas A&M University and Dr. Harrison Pinckney IV of Clemson University, will open the conference on Friday, October 4th. The authors of the seminal essay “Playing While Black,” which addresses the impact of race on the recreation of black youth, their work has been instrumental in advancing the discussion of race, recreation, and youth development. The keynote – Free Keynote Address: Playing While Black – is FREE and open to all, register for the keynote only at bit.ly/playingwhileblack

Register at bit.ly/registerplaysymposium. Day only, student, and group rates are available.

Visit icgplaysymposium.sched.com for a full schedule, speaker details, and information on accommodations.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region, Child Development Council, US Play Coalition, International Play Association (IPA), SUNY Cortland, Lime, Wind-up Pictures LLC, Iron Design + Branding join Ithaca Children’s Garden in presenting the fourth Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium, with an overall purpose to inspire a culture of play for all.

 

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10 / 5 /2019 星期六

 

1,Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium (9am to 5pm) @ Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle Lane, Ithaca *Ticket: https://ithacachildrensgarden.z2systems.com/np/clients/ithacachildrensgarden/eventRegistration.jsp?event=9&&fbclid=IwAR0V3jJ279lssife6sPJ5LFt7P7h5fqIQ4IPOg7pCTJFCwvGErfKET1vJF8

 

– This year marks the 4th Ithaca Children’s Garden’s Play Symposium: a gathering for change-makers fostering a culture of play in their communities.

Join Ithaca Children’s Garden for three days of sharing, discussion, and play, while learning from local initiatives and play leaders from across the US. Featuring panels, play observation, presentations, and more, Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium is highly relevant for educators, parents, play professionals, parks and recreation staff, city administrators, and anyone passionate about children, education, the great outdoors, health, well-being, social justice, or play.

The 2019 Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium theme is Play for All: Equity, Access, and Inclusion. We are excited to share that a keynote from Dr. Corliss Outley of Texas A&M University and Dr. Harrison Pinckney IV of Clemson University, will open the conference on Friday, October 4th. The authors of the seminal essay “Playing While Black,” which addresses the impact of race on the recreation of black youth, their work has been instrumental in advancing the discussion of race, recreation, and youth development. The keynote – Free Keynote Address: Playing While Black – is FREE and open to all, register for the keynote only at bit.ly/playingwhileblack

Register at bit.ly/registerplaysymposium. Day only, student, and group rates are available.

Visit icgplaysymposium.sched.com for a full schedule, speaker details, and information on accommodations.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region, Child Development Council, US Play Coalition, International Play Association (IPA), SUNY Cortland, Lime, Wind-up Pictures LLC, Iron Design + Branding join Ithaca Children’s Garden in presenting the fourth Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium, with an overall purpose to inspire a culture of play for all.

 

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2,About Boating Saftely Class being offered (9am) @ 508 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca

 

– If you are interested in an exciting, in-depth boating safety course, check out this in-classroom version.
This beginner boating class will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boat license or safety certification in many states. Many boat insurance companies will offer discounts on boating insurance to boaters who successfully complete About Boating Safely. A few spaces still available!
Sessions located at the
USCG Auxiliary 2 2 Base
508 Old Taughannock Blvd.
Ithaca, NY 14850.
Email Kim Walsh to Register!
Flotilla2.2ithaca@gmail.com

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3, Fall Worm Composting Class (10am to 12pm) @ 615 Willow Ave, Ithaca *Ticket: http://civi.ccetompkins.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=1730&fbclid=IwAR1Q2HkUoyY5l1-EWlfL7lUE4p2Im_eHbx6NsBhjRQA3a69dvjqffKKS_UA

 

-Learn how worms can make fast, rich compost for your garden while disposing of your food scraps. Take home the bin, a starter population of worms, and the knowledge to tend to your new pets. Space is limited. $10 per household.

REGISTER HERE: http://civi.ccetompkins.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=1730

 

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4, Hike and Farmer’s Market (11m to 1pm) @ Stewart Park,

 

– Come join us for a short hike on the Water Front Trail. We will meet at Stewart Park and hike to the Farmer’s Market from there.

The farmer’s market is great place to buy local produce, art & food. We’ll spend some time there

If you park at Stewart Park, a group of us will also hiking back there from the market.

The trail is scenic and flat.

 

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5, Toy Story 4 Movie! (7pm to 9pm) @ 136 Ho Plaza, Ithaca

 

– Cornell Cinema Offerings
Toy Story 4,
Willard Straight Hall
Friday, October 4th, 9:15 pm and October 5th, 7:00 and 9:20 pm
In the fourth installment of Pixar’s critically acclaimed animated series, Andy’s toys have found new appreciation in the hands of his young daughter Bonnie. Follow their adventures in this fun, exciting film. Recommended for ages 5+.

 

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6, 3 Little Pigs Puppet Show (10:30am to 11:30am) @ The Cherry Artspace, 102 Cherry St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.lilypadpuppettheatre.org/tickets/?fbclid=IwAR2IXLL84yfcZU4NhOi88rJUQlAJT9GmWSD4XMJuHC0578y5-aY6J_QGNcI

 

– October 5th- The 3 Little Pigs– performed by Liz Joyce of A Couple of Puppets:
In this version, BB (a reformed wolf with allergies), sells real estate to the new pigs in town. This puppet show features hand-carved marionettes, musical numbers and lots of laughs. All ages!

Liz Joyce is a Long Island NY puppeteer who writes, creates and performs a growing repertoire of works for young audiences and their adults. Puppet shows include her twists on traditional fairy tales, folktales, educational shows and original creations.
More about Liz Joyce and A Couple of Puppets: http://www.acoupleofpuppets.com/

Free tickets for participants of the Big Brother Big Sister program!
Show your EBT card for half priced tickets!
Part of a monthly series at Lilypad Puppet Theatre:
http://www.lilypadpuppettheatre.org/events/puppet-series-the-cherry/

This show is made possible by a grant from the Community Arts Partnership!

All free tickets made possible by a grant from the Helen T. Howland Foundation as administered by Community Foundation of Tompkins County and Lane Family Fund of Community Foundation.

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7, Latin Percussion Workshop (2pm to 4pm) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/latin-percussion-workshop-tickets-73267259345?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR2RQYv0gFhmSo88U-o0QwOpjrKG6ER4QtbsERhhZQNwlq8pXgym0c3jukc

 

– Come celebrate Latinx Heritage Month at the Latin Percussion Workshop lead by Ben Ortiz! Good music guaranteed.

Free and open to the public. Space is limited so please reserve a seat using the Eventbrite ticket~!

 

Co-Sponsored by Latino Civic Association of Tompkins County, Latina/o Studies Program: Enhancing Resources, Supporting Student Success, Community School of Music and Arts, & Ithaca is Gorges (Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism)

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8, Historic Ithaca’s Fall Shwcase 2019 (9am to 4pm) @ 212 Center st, Ithaca *Ticket; http://www.historicithaca.org/historic-stewart-park-tour/?fbclid=IwAR2HPT4M_0aFj4aAkOTMcPiVd_79c-3muyfD2SQqb1D2YSezCmX8RViMJmE

 

– Shop our sale, take a DIY workshop, and tour Stewart Park during our Fall Showcase!

Join us for our annual Fall Showcase, with 20% off store-wide (25% off for Friends of Historic Ithaca) at Significant Elements (212 Center Street, Ithaca; 9am-4pm). Shop three floors of salvage, antiques, decor, and vintage treasures from all over Central New York.

Drop in for a DIY Hardware, Lighting, and Furniture Restoration Workshop (10am-12pm). FREE.

Take a guided walking tour of historic Stewart Park (2pm-3:30pm): http://www.historicithaca.org/historic-stewart-park-tour/.

 

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9, Ithaca Water Ride (2pm) @ Ithaca Children;s Garden, 121 Lake Ave, Ithaca

 

– Adriana Hirtler of the Community Science Institute and Tziona Szajman of Bike Walk Tompkins will lead us on a bike ride history of Ithaca Waterways. Learn about the Gayogohonoh (tribe in the Haudenosaunee Confederacy) who originally lived here. Study the effects flooding had on our city planning. Explore the water trails used by the Underground Railroad. Learn about the silent film era in Ithaca. Talk about the effects of climate change and pollution on our local water. This is an easy flat bicycle ride of 5-10 miles along the waterfront trail. Bring a snack for when we sit by the water to learn. Children and adults welcome.

 

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10, Joy Ike Concert (7pm to 9pm) @ Barnes Hall, 129 Ho Plz, Ithaca

 

– We are honored to cap off our weekend of dedication celebration events with a special performance by singer Joy Ike!

www.joyike.com
WATCH: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm_Q1aODPWk

Polished and precise, yet buoyed with an airy grace, Joy Ike paints with a broad palette that defies easy categorization. Born to Nigerian immigrants, the singer/songwriter’s music, voice, and writing have drawn comparisons to female musicians such as Nina Simone, Laura Nyro, and Regina Spektor. But her percussive piano-playing and soaring vocals give homage to her African upbringing.

Leaving her career as a publicist in 2008, Joy has spent the last 11 years playing thousands of shows across the country. A write-up on NPR’s All Things Considered says “The depth of subjects she tackles in her poetic lyrics are perfectly complemented by a unique blend of neo-soul, with just the right dash of pop…a truly compelling act to watch in person, with the ability to create an intimate setting in locations big and small.”

Ike is currently on tour in support of her new album Bigger Than Your Box. Written over a four-year period that included a relocation from the comparatively small Pittsburgh to the gritty, thrumming metropolis of Philadelphia, the record is joyously defiant, standing proud and wrapped in blasts of exotic color. It dares us to believe in ourselves, to knock down the walls of fear and doubt we build around ourselves. “This is an open-armed invitation to dive head first into the unseen,” says Ike. Bigger Than Your Box boldly explores what Ike often refers to as divine discontentment; the restless middle ground between what is and what ought to be. “The spiritual mystery of life and the ever-present Spirit of God that embraces us in our most helpless state.”

 

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10 / 06 /2019 星期天

 

1,Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium (9am to 5pm) @ Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle Lane, Ithaca *Ticket: https://ithacachildrensgarden.z2systems.com/np/clients/ithacachildrensgarden/eventRegistration.jsp?event=9&&fbclid=IwAR0V3jJ279lssife6sPJ5LFt7P7h5fqIQ4IPOg7pCTJFCwvGErfKET1vJF8

 

– This year marks the 4th Ithaca Children’s Garden’s Play Symposium: a gathering for change-makers fostering a culture of play in their communities.

Join Ithaca Children’s Garden for three days of sharing, discussion, and play, while learning from local initiatives and play leaders from across the US. Featuring panels, play observation, presentations, and more, Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium is highly relevant for educators, parents, play professionals, parks and recreation staff, city administrators, and anyone passionate about children, education, the great outdoors, health, well-being, social justice, or play.

The 2019 Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium theme is Play for All: Equity, Access, and Inclusion. We are excited to share that a keynote from Dr. Corliss Outley of Texas A&M University and Dr. Harrison Pinckney IV of Clemson University, will open the conference on Friday, October 4th. The authors of the seminal essay “Playing While Black,” which addresses the impact of race on the recreation of black youth, their work has been instrumental in advancing the discussion of race, recreation, and youth development. The keynote – Free Keynote Address: Playing While Black – is FREE and open to all, register for the keynote only at bit.ly/playingwhileblack

Register at bit.ly/registerplaysymposium. Day only, student, and group rates are available.

Visit icgplaysymposium.sched.com for a full schedule, speaker details, and information on accommodations.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region, Child Development Council, US Play Coalition, International Play Association (IPA), SUNY Cortland, Lime, Wind-up Pictures LLC, Iron Design + Branding join Ithaca Children’s Garden in presenting the fourth Ithaca Children’s Garden Play Symposium, with an overall purpose to inspire a culture of play for all.

 

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2,About Boating Saftely Class being offered (9am) @ 508 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca

 

– If you are interested in an exciting, in-depth boating safety course, check out this in-classroom version.
This beginner boating class will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boat license or safety certification in many states. Many boat insurance companies will offer discounts on boating insurance to boaters who successfully complete About Boating Safely. A few spaces still available!
Sessions located at the
USCG Auxiliary 2 2 Base
508 Old Taughannock Blvd.
Ithaca, NY 14850.
Email Kim Walsh to Register!
Flotilla2.2ithaca@gmail.com

 

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3, March for the Animals 2019 (10:30am to 1pm) @ SPCA, 1640 Hanshaw Rd, Ithaca

 

– Join us at the 2019 March for the Animals! This is the SPCA’s biggest fundraiser of the year and we hope you join us! Register today and start asking friends and family to donate to your page! Learn more and sign up at the link below:

https://www.givegab.com/campaigns/spca-march-for-the-animals-october-6-2019

 

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4, Harvest Festival (1pm to 5pm) @ Youth Farm project

 

– FREE!!! Cider Pressing * Garlic Cracking * Farm Tours * Mushroom Cultivation * Medicinal Herb Preparation * Butter Churning * Veggie Costume Photo Booth * Hot Pepper Eating Contest * Meet the Farm Animals! * LIVE MUSIC 🎶

Local Food and Drinks – Wide Awake Bakery Pizza Oven, Soup, Beer, Wine and Tea (suggested donation)

http://www.youthfarmproject.org/harvest-festival-2019.html

 

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5,Family Yoga (3:15pm) @ YMCA, 50 Graham Rd, Ithaca

 

– Bring you family to the Y for 45 minutes of playful yoga. This class is for all levels and is suitable for children ages 8 and up. All children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult to participate. Family Yoga will take place on the first Sunday of the month starting October 6th. This class is free for Y members. Non-members pay the activity fee of $10.