-Throughout the Summer months and into the Fall, we have a selection of Friday Night Roller Skates open to the Ithaca Area Community.
$7 Admission/each —includes skate rental
$5 Admission/each —bring your OWN skates
**We encourage the use of protective equipment- helmets, elbow and knee pads for all skaters.**
You can also schedule a Birthday Party or a Group Visit (min of 10) during these select Skate Nights! Party Package is ONLY $10 / person. Price includes: Admission,
Balloons, Beverage, Pizza, Cake, Popcorn, Tableware, Exclusive Party Room & skate rental, if needed. For more info or forms on these options, please visit http://www.casspark.org/roller-skate.html
-YES!!!! ~~~> Two sets at the Trumansburg Fairgrounds for our EIGHTH year at Grassroooooooooots!
And you know we turn it the f UP for these shows. 🙂
-Baby Storytime will resume on Fridays, from 10:30 to 11:00 AM in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room, starting June 14 and running through August 30.
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.
-Come donate blood at the Ithaca College Blood Drive and be automatically entered for a chance to win a trip for four to Cedar Point or Knott’s Berry Farm! Includes travel, hotel, park admission and more! Terms and conditions apply, visit rcblood.org/CedarFairfor details.
What: Come help us meet our goal of collecting 46 units (roughly 70 appointments)!
Where: Emerson Suites
When: Friday, July 19th, 2019 8:45am-1:45pm
How: Appointments are strongly encouraged!
Sign up to donate at:
•Type in “14850”as zip code
•Scroll down to find Ithaca College on July 19th, 2019
•OR—email email@example.com to register
Additional Information for first time donors and returning donors:
• Fill out the rapid pass before your appointment time to get through the process more quickly
•Have a hearty breakfast/lunch
•Drink more water than usual
•Requirements for donating blood can be located here:
Don’t want to donate? Pass the info on to a friend!
-Tompkins County Public Library is pleased to present Summer Children’s Art Fun. The program will occur Fridays, June 28 through July 26, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room.
Children aged 3 to 6, along with their caregivers, are invited to celebrate summer and create masterpieces at this drop-in program. Stop by anytime to join the fun! This program is part of TCPL’s Summer Adventure for Pre-readers.
A Margaret Johnstone Hilton Children’s Endowment Fund program.
For more information about this and other youth programming at TCPL, contact Youth Services at 607 272-4557, ext, 275 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Six Week Series
Fridays 7/12 – 8/16
Noon – 1:15PM
$75 for the six week series
$15 for drop-ins (space permitting, please contact the instructor): email@example.com
Checks may also be made out to Flourish & Flow Yoga and paid on the first class on 7/12. Please contact the instructor to save your spot and indicating you’ll be paying by check!
Mama Bear/Papa Bear & Cub Yoga – This yoga class is geared towards new parents and caregivers. It is designed to have a sweet time to bond with baby through yoga poses and songs and to connect with others in the community. Moms can gently regain strength from the birthing process and engage in some relaxation and self-care. The ideal age of the baby would be 6 weeks – crawling. You can bring a blanket to place next to your yoga mat for the baby to lay on as well as other necessary baby gear items.
Taught by Kristina DeCicco, RYT-200.
Open Heart Kids Yogawas inspired by my beautiful, sweet, and silly daughter, Sadie. I’ve been engaged in my own yoga practice for over 15 years and it has always helped me gain balance and equanimity in my life. When Sadie turned 3, it occurred to me that yoga could help her navigate her way through the different stresses of growing up and developing into a little person. Being the pro-active Mom that I am, I sought out Little Buddha’s Yoga training and immediately felt that I wanted to spread this knowledge, not only to my own daughter but to other families as well. I truly believe that practicing yoga as a collective will strengthen us as a whole in society. I am a high school teacher by profession and witnessing many of my students struggle with stress, anxiety, depression, etc. made me feel that the decision to branch out and become a kids yoga teacher would give me more tools to enhance their learning as well as my own children. Most recently, I completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at the Yoga Farm to continue my journey as a teacher.
-Don’t miss this annual event, now in its 29th year! The Ithaca Artist Market takes place on a Friday, July 19th from noon to 8pm at the wonderful Ithaca Farmers Market – our co-host this year!! There are 75 fine artists, some local arts organizations, lots of food, wine, craft beer and jazz music throughout the day. Check out the Artist Market page on the Community Arts Partnership website for full details and a list of artists. http://www.artspartner.org/content/view/ithaca-artist-markets.html
No admission fee. It’s a great atmosphere – just come and bring all of your (near and far) art loving friends.
Thank you SO MUCH to our generous business sponsors: CFCU Community Credit Union, and Thaler & Thaler law firm, and to our media sponsor WITH radio.
-We’re open for the season!!! Every Saturday, rain or shine, from 9am to 3pm at the pavilion. Old favorites and new vendors will be there to welcome you back for another year full of makers, farmers, chefs and community! Post photos to the discussion page and show us how you shop like an Ithacan!
-Summer Family Storytime will return on Saturdays, from 11:00 to 11:30 AM, in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room, beginning June 15 and ending on August 24.
At Summer Family Storytime, children of all ages and their caregivers are invited to celebrate reading and build their early-literacy skills. We meet each Saturday for stories, songs and family fun.
Contact TCPL Youth Services for more information at 607 272-4557, extension 275.
-Join us for a day of swimming, hiking and a picnic at Robert H. Treman Park. We will meet at the church and depart promptly at 10am. We should arrive home about 4pm.
Bring appropriate gear for swimming and hiking. Food and drinks will be provided.
Incoming 7th graders are welcome.
4, Ithaca Cars and coffee (9am) @ 2255 N Triphammer rd, Ithaca
-Drive in, grab a coffee or pastry @ Ithaca Bakery, and enjoy the cars! Park towards the time & temperature sign. Third Saturdays during the summer weather permitting, possible alternate locations.
-Join us each Sunday night for a half-hour themed chimes concert. The tower will then remain open for visitors to enjoy the sunset over Cayuga Lake from the tower belfry. 7/21 Theme: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing. 7/28, 8/4 Themes TBD
-Beginning in MAY we will be open on Sundays! Locals know, this is the day to do your grocery shopping – the parking lot isn’t as crazy, but the selection is just as good.
Every Sunday, rain or shine, from 10am to 3pm at the pavilion. Post photos to the discussion page and show us how you #ShopLikeAnIthacan
-New York’s Premier Antique & Vintage Flea Markets – the FOUND FLEA – happens THIS SUNDAY, June 16th from 9-3 in our parking lot at 227 Cherry Street in Ithaca.
With 70+vendors from around the region will be set up in our lot with amazing antique and vintage finds and inside, FOUND’s year round vendors will have the shop stocked to the brim.
If you need a little snack while you shop we will have Copper Horse Coffee, Lulu’s Kettle Corn, and Kal’s Pastry Goodies with us this year!
FOUND is a multi-dealer Antique & Vintage Marketplace inside a 7,000 sq ft gallery space, you will find forty seven dealers and tons of cool stuff. We’re open year round, 10-6 every day, except Tuesday. The FOUND FLEA is FOUND’s monthly Antique & Vintage Flea Market, featuring 70+ additional dealers. It takes place on the third Sunday of the month, May through October. Admission and parking are free.
The FOUND FLEA! This Sunday, from 9-3. RAIN or SHINE. See YOU at the FLEA!
-Just like that, suddenly we have way too much stuff and things need to go! So why not have an Eagles Club yard sale? Come on down and see what we have! Food will also be available.
-Come by for our Sunday Music Series! Pack a brunch, enjoy a glass and listen to some great music all summer long! No cover charge!
-If you can balance and ride a bike but feel somewhat unstable or not confident on it, this course is for you! An enjoyable experience of discovery and exploration, with no pressure, all for FREE! Instructor: Shane Eversfield.
– Required: Ability to balance and ride a bicycle (Bike Skills I level)
– Adults and mature teens are welcome
– Bring your own bike or use one of the ones we have.
– **Pre-registration is highly encouraged.** Get a “ticket” at www.bikewalktompkins.org/classes
– Drop-ins are accepted until we’re at capacity.
-Enjoy a guided tour of the F.R Newman Arboretum and discover its diverse woody plant collections, ornamental garden beds, and idyllic landscapes. Each month,we’ll visit unique locations, such as Houston & Grossman Ponds, the Sculpture Garden, Treman Woodland Walk, Zucker Shrub Collection, Newman Overlook, and more, as we discuss the cultural, geologic, and natural history of the site. Walks will last approximately 90 minutes and may include some moderate slopes. Tours are offered the third Sunday of each month, May through October, rain or shine.
Fee:$5-10 suggested donation
Instructors: Volunteer Garden Guides
Location: Meet at the Sculpture Garden in the central arboretum area
-Community block party! Come #JUSTPLAYthis Sunday 12pm-4pm on 400 block of S. Titus Ave. All are welcome.