7/25/2019-7/28/2019 周末活动






7 /26 /2019 星期五


1,Camp Whitman, 2 nights in the great outdoors (10am to 1pm) @ First Presbyterian church Ithaca, 315 N Cayuga st, Ithaca


You will need to pre-register and fill out camp forms. The cost is $119/person and scholarships are available, please ask for more information. We welcome all, but there is limited room. To receive more information please email Suzanne@firstpresithaca.org




2,Summer Children’s Art Fun (2pm to 4pm) @ TCP, 101 E Green St, Ithaca


-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 cshortle@tcpl.org.




3, Downtown Ithaca Summer Sale (10pm) @ Downdown Ithaca


-Mark your calendars! Set a smartphone reminder! Downtown Ithaca’s Weekend Summer Sale is coming up Thursday, July 25th through Sunday, July 28th.

Refresh your summer style with summer closeout apparel and accessories. Score some great deals on artists’seconds inside galleries and gift shops.

Not sure where to park, valet your car at the Hilton Garden Inn or Ithaca Marriott and they’ll take care of it for you.

Participating Shops and Special Summer Savings:

Book Sales Gallery 10-20% off
Mockingbird paperie 50%- 75% off, deals like 10 cards for 1 dollar, etc.
SewGreen Clearance table of fabric and yarn outside and bargain table in store




4, Unicorn Girl (10am) @ Hanger Theathe, 801 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca


-The Hangar Theatre Company PRESENTS:

by Saviana Stanescu
July 25-27

When 8-year-old Emma gets bullied at school for being raised by a gay couple, she sets on a fantastical journey to raise awareness. Emma’s stuffed unicorn joins her on this journey of discovery, during which she meets people-like animals, animal-like people, and the President of the United States! World premiere.
Themes: Advocacy, Bullying, Self-Expression

The Hangar’s children’s theatre series, KIDDSTUFF, celebrates exploration and creativity this summer with stories of children traveling to unfamiliar and imaginative places and spaces. The lineup includes adaptations of two beloved children’s classics, a send-up of a familiar fairy tale, and two stories of bridging differences, one a world premiere.

Thursday 7/25 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Friday 7/26 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Saturday 7/27 at 10 a.m.
Saturday 7/27 at 12 p.m. (Pay)What You Will*

(Pay) What You Will: For every Saturday noon KIDDSTUFF production, patrons may pay whatever they wish! These tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis starting one hour before curtain.

Premiere Sponsored by:
Northeast Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

For tickets call 607.273.ARTS(2787) or visit hangartheatre.org/kiddstuff-unicorn-girl




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


-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.




6, A Summer Party at the Johnson (5pm to 7pm) @ Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca


-Our new director, Jessica Levin Martinez, is thrilled to invite you to a summer evening at the Johnson, with light bites, festive sips, hands-on studio art-making, and all-new exhibitions on view!

Come early for a special look at two exhibitions, “The Art of the Book” and “Reality Check: Photorealist Works on Paper from the Meisel Collection,” with curator Nancy E. Green beginning at 4:30PM.

Experience the immersive three-channel video installation “John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea,” part of the Museum-wide Fall 2019 exhibition “how the light gets in.”

As always, admission to the Museum and this event is free!

Then stick around for the free Latin dance party on the Arts Quad with Jorge T. Cuevas and the Caribe Jazz All-Stars at 7PM, part of the Cornell Summer Concert Series.




7, Tompkins County 4-H Youth Fair (10am to 5am) @ 4h Acres, 418 Lower Creek Rd, Ithaca


-4-H members and volunteers all over Tompkins County are getting ready to celebrate the 4-H Youth Fair at 4-H Acres, 418 Lower Creek Road this summer. The public is invited to experience the animal shows, contests, view the project exhibits, enjoy great food and see youth leadership in action from July 23 –27.

Saturday, July 27 is Family Fun Day at the Fair complete with live animals, family friendly games, 4-H Olympics, a cake wheel, rabbit and dog shows, hay rides, Silent Auction, Auction for Kids, and a chicken BBQ. Join us at the Fair –there is no admission and parking is free. A full schedule of events can be found at ccetompkins.org/4hfair.

Come to the Fair and celebrate!




8, Airplay rocks the BoatYard Grill (6pm to 9pm) @ 525 old taughannock blvd, Ithaca


-Airplay comes to The BoatYard Grill for a night of Classic Rock! Come hungry and thirsty, and bring your dancing shoes!




  1. The Caribe Jazz All Stars (7pm to 8:30pm) @ Cornell university


-Free concert on the Cornell Arts Quad! Come out for a Latin dance party on the Arts Quad with Jorge T. Cuevas and some of the region’s best jazz musicians. The All-Stars play an irresistible mix of originals and jazz standards in the styles of salsa, cha cha, bolero, samba, and merengue.
Rain location: Rhodes Rawlings Auditorium in Klarman Hall




10, Try-it workshop (6:30pm-8:30pm) @ Clay school Ithaca, 950 Danby Rd, Ithaca *Ticket: https://app.getoccasion.com/p/n/KZfpX4Cp?time_slot_id=201907262230509239&utm_medium=events&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR33u25xMlE3c5cBPom6omTf-gtK0q_TSi9WEZW_WwxQ1htRDDdhjr4thoE


-Date night, girls’ night or just not ready to commit to a series of classes. This two hour session will give you a taste of working on the potter’s wheel with no strings attached. This workshop is designed for those interested in a one night experience. If you happen to love the experience and want to commit to a 7-week term, you can apply the cost of the workshop you have taken to a future class.
$44 gets you just the workshop, and if you’d like to keep a piece you make can now buy it through the website or if you’re not sure you will also have the opportunity to buy it in the studio with cash or check for $15. The Clay School cannot accept credit cards in the studio.



7 / 27 /2019 星期六


1,Books, Boogie, and Bikes (9am to 1:30pm) @ Southside community center, 305 S Plain St, Ithaca


-Join us at Southside for a day of fun including free bike checks, kid’s bicycle rodeo, reading, dancing, and a community lunch. With so many activities, there’s something for everyone, so join us for one activity or stay for all!

Bike Walk Tompkins and RIBs are hosting a bunch of bike activities right outside Southside. Cleveland Avenue between Corn and Plain St. will be closed to motor vehicles and open people of all ages and abilities for an obstacle course and slow family rides. You can also learn more about local biking and walking trails, sign up for Lime’s discounted plan, and get tips for family biking. Bring your bike/scooter/skateboard and your kid’s helmet, or borrow a bike for you and your child when you get here.




2,CBD and Tea party (6pm to 9pm) @ Bramble, 108 w green st, Ithaca


-Bramble is hosting a CBD and Tea Party! We are launching our new Tea Bar with a host of menu items including sparkling elixirs and CBD add-ons and we’re celebrating our local CBD products including our new rose-gold CBD vape pen!
We will have lots of treats including chocolate, baked goods, live music by Kyra Skye and hoop dancing by Billie Aley. Funds raised will go toward Bramble Community Herb Garden!
This is a dress to impress affair (no one turned away) and the theme is rose-gold!




3,Horseheads historical society member field trip (10am) @ Cornell botanic gardens, Ithaca


-Field trip to Cornell Botanic Gardens. Ride sharing available, meet at the Depot at 9 am. Or meet us at the Cornell Botanic Gardens Nevis Center at 10 am. Tour will be $12 per member, and will feature the beautiful (and historic) gardens and administration building. Handicap accessible parking, some areas of the gardens are accessible but the tour may cover some inaccessible or steeper areas depending on who attends (we can ask guide to modify the tour, please let us know if you require an accommodation in advance so we can let them know) . After the tour, some members plan to head to the Finger Lakes Cheese Festival in Odessa, NY on the way home. Open to members.




4, Hike the black diamond trail (9:30am) @ Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle lane, Ithaca


-Finger Lakes Women in Transitions will have a group hike THIS SATURDAY, 5/25/19.
We will gather at 9:30 a.m. at the Ithaca Children’s Garden (https://ithacachildrensgarden.org/)
and will hike the Black Diamond Trail. (https://ithacatrails.org/site/Black%20Diamond%20Trail)

Meet at the Purple Door entrance of the Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle Ln, Ithaca, NY 14850.
We will walk from 9:30 to 11:00.

The walk is not rigorous and we will hike at a pace that is suitable for all.

Please join us, even if your separation/divorce is complete. It is a great way to socialize, get some
exercise and share support for those going through a difficult time.

See you Saturday!




5, Saturday Garden Tours (11am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll Drive, Ithaca


-Take a relaxing stroll with a Garden Guide through the gardens around the Nevin Welcome Center and discover the beauty and diversity of our cultivated plant collections. Visit the RobisonHerb Garden, Young Flower Garden, Bowers Rhododendron Collection, Shady Groundcover Collection, tropical container display, and more. Each tour will be a unique experience, as we observe the gardens’progression throughout the growing season. Tours are offered every Saturday at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., June 15 through September 28.

Fee: $5- 10 suggested donation
Instructors:Volunteer Garden Guides
Location:Meet at the Nevin Welcome Center




6, Stone Bend farm Pizza (5pm) @ Bar Argos, 408 E State St, Ithaca


-Stone Bend Farm offers authentic Napoli style pizza paired with a commitment to responsibly sourced ingredients. Utilizing what our farm and this region has to offer, we are passionate about providing honest food with genuine experience. Seasonality is at the center of our menu and we enjoy sharing that journey with our regulars each year…come see us and more importantly, get a taste of some serious pizza!

Follow them!
Instagram: @stonebendfarm
Their website: stonebendfarm.com
facebook: Stone Bend Farm & Lodging




7, LocalFiber Conference (9am to 5pm) @ Local Fiber


-Saturday, July 27th, 9AM –5PM
Trumansburg Fairgrounds
Trumansburg, NY

Registration is open!

Join us for the 1st LocalFiber Conference exploring the animal fiber supply chain. Workshops, discussions, demos, an evening marketplace and reception, and more for both farmers and makers.

8:00 – 9:00 Sign-in and Breakfast
9:00 – 10:00 Welcome and Introduction
10:00 – 11:30 Keynote – Lynn Edens Navigating the Fiber to Finished Good Supply Chain
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch and Show-N-Tell tables

12:30 – 2:30 Discussions
First session 12:30 – 1:30
Animals, Breeds and their Fiber – Pat Henley

Second Session 1:30 – 2:30
‘It’s Not All About Yarn: other uses for fiber’
How do Pools & Co-ops Work

2:30 – 4:30 Demonstrations
First session 2:45 – 3:30
Skirting Fleece – Sheep and Goat
Skirting Fleece – Alpaca
Dyeing with Protein Dyes
Sheep to Shawl (TBA)
Second Session 3:45 – 4:30
The Why and How of Classing Fiber
Natural Dyes

4:30 – 5:00 Reception and Show-N-Tell tables/networking

Keynote speaker Lynn Edens, a fiber producer and owner of Imperial Yarns and Little Creek Farm, has transformed her passion for spinning fiber into a thriving business and has made it her mission to help other American-grown fiber producers and ranchers find success.




8, Kids Triathlon Mini Camp (10:30am to 2:15pm) @ Cass Park, 701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.active.com/ithaca-ny/triathlon/kids-triathlon-mini-camp-2019-63132332?fbclid=IwAR1DZV4dgW2l1YAlzTPtQTR1R5PnXsa-h8llUn3pHP_aqh0GoO1JgtRWANY


-Develop the skills and gain the confidence needed to complete a triathlon. Our coaches are USA Triathlon certified with experience developing programs for youth to ensure full understanding and most importantly, have fun! We will spend 45 minutes on each sport, swimming, biking, and running as well as a dedicated block of instruction on transition practice. This is great practice for the Cayuga Lake Triathlon Kids Race on August 3, 2019. We will be practicing on the same course as the race. Join us for a fun filled weekend! Email Dillon Shaffer for more information at dshaffer@cayugamed.org.




9, Intro to Nature Play and the playwork philosophy (9am to 11am) @ Child development council, 609 W Clinton st, Ithaca *Ticket: https://cdcouncil.networkforgood.com/events/13877-intro-to-nature-play-and-the-playwork-philosophy?fbclid=IwAR0Hxl39hrZlMfQaQuGq0d-0jlvWpG-oZHoodtD9iub2AxyBknTXTb8SM7E


-Intro to Nature Play and the Playwork Philosophy with Leigh MacDonald-Rizzo, Education Director, Mara NewRoots, Preschool Educator
Saturday, July 27 at the Ithaca Children’s Garden, 121 Turtle Lane, Ithaca (Inclement weather location: Just Be Cause Center, 1013 W State St., Ithaca)
9:00-11:00 am

Time outdoors is not only a requirement, but an important component of your daily schedule. Come discuss benefits and barriers to nature play and learn about how to incorporate the Playwork Philosophy into your program. What does the research say about nature play and child development and how does the Playwork Philosophy support the development of skills? What are the physical, cultural, and programmatic barriers you might encounter?

*Please note there are no refunds for training registration payments. You may transfer the workshop to another provider if you cannot attend. If the workshop is cancelled due to low registration, you will be able to credit the payment for a future training.

Training Topics: 1, 3, 7




10, Annual Trials programs open house (10am to 1pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll drive, Ithaca


-For nearly 20 years, the Cornell Annual Trials Program has been evaluating the performance of annual flower and foliage plants in Ithaca. Starting in 2019, the trials will be conducted at the Cornell Botanic Gardens, meaning that they are now open to the public! We invite you to our first open house to learn more about this program and the beautiful annual plants in the trials. Staff will be available to answer questions about the program and this year’s trial.

Fee: Free
Instructors: Kendra Hutchins, Annual Trial Manager, School of Integrative Plant Sciences, Irene Lekstutis, Landscape Designer, and Melissa Cox, Horticulturist
Location: Nevin Welcome Center




11, Fool’s Flicks Marathon (2pm to 11pm) @ Cinemapolis, 120 E Green St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://cinemapolis.org/event/fools-flicks-marathon-2019/?fbclid=IwAR3D5WWLm6Q7XFiT407riI7oSwOBDA0LQRY7hrHzd9xeUt9vY65_TSjDK5E


-Cinemapolis is once again celebrating our modern-day jesters with a festival of films. The 3rd Annual Fool’s Flicks Marathon is a day-long event featuring films of and about the art of stand-up comedy.

The program kicks off on Saturday, July 27th at 2pm with three special screenings: The Best of Ernie Kovacs, Man on the Moon, and The Big Sick. Those screenings will be followed by a LIVE stand-up event in the cinema’s lobby, organized by Comedy On the Commons.

The Fool’s Flicks Marathon at Cinemapolis is made possible by lead sponsor CSP Management, with additional support from the National Comedy Centerin Jamestown.





7 / 28 /2019 星期天


1,Sunset Reggae Boat Cruise with DJ Mike Judah (Club Cayuga 2019) @ Discovery Cayuga lake, 805 Taughannock boulevard, Ithaca *Ticket: https://bit.ly/clubcayuga?fbclid=IwAR1SkyEimVJ2_eGx-9Gxnb7cwvkW246NnQHmVzAWfY76jpA7CZs4pzqM7hI

-Get your tickets ASAP! These cruises sell out fast!

Reggae Explosions and DJ Mike Judah are partnering with Discover Cayuga Lakeagain for Club Cayuga: DJ cruises at sunset, a summer series of gorgeous sunset cruises on Cayuga Lake! Expect lots of Roots Reggae, Dancehall and Soca.

COST: only $25 (or $40 for 2). Visit bit.ly/clubcayugato book your cruises!

Ticket availability at the time of each cruise is not guaranteed! We STRONGLY suggest you book in advance online!

All cruises are 21+

Guests are invited to bring their own food and drink.


1) There is no smoking or vaping of any sort at any time on these cruises.

2) No drug use on/near the boat. Alcohol is the only exception, and you must be 21+ to drink.

3) Nobody clearly under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be allowed on the boat and tickets will not be refunded.

4) Our goal is an environment where anyone and everyone feels comfortable during these cruises. Disrespectful or inappropriate behavior towards the boat crew or other passengers is not acceptable.

5) Everyone participating is expressing their support for the mission of Discover Cayuga Lake: to create (safe) access and educational opportunities for our community on the lake. You come on board, you are part of that vision.

For a complete list of this summer’s cruises (weekly on Sundays, with rotating DJs: ha-MEEN, Mike Judah, Gundz, and Michael Luis), visit www.discovercayugalake.org/boat-tours-booking(scroll to the calendar section).




2,Bing to Fruition (1pm to 4pm) @ Stewart Park, Ithaca


-Dream Catcher making class

You will learn to make and bless your vey own creation

Included is all materials plus a bonus bag of supplies for further creations

Also a meditation developed to use with your dream catcher

Cost is 40 dollars , cash or check accepted

15-20 spots available rsvp so I can reserve a spot for you.

Feel free to message me with any questions. Blessings!




3, Garden and Arboretum Hike (10am to 12:30pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 comstick knoll drive, Ithaca


-Experience the beautiful gardens, arboretum, woodland trails, and panoramic views that helped Cornell Botanic Gardens earn its #1 ranking as the most beautiful college arboretum. Participants will enjoy an extended hike and learn about the diverse plant collections and landscapes of our gardens. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. Walks will be held rain or shine and will include some slopes and stairs.

Fee: $5-10 suggested donation
Instructors: Peter Davies, PhD, Cornell Professor Emeritus, Plant Biology and Horticulture
Location: Meet at the Nevin Welcome Center




4, Just play street-community block party (12pm to 4pm) @ 400 block of S. Titus Ave.


-Community block party! Come #JUSTPLAYthis Sunday 12pm-4pm on 400 block of S. Titus Ave. All are welcome.




5, , Kids Triathlon Mini Camp (10:30am to 2:15pm) @ Cass Park, 701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.active.com/ithaca-ny/triathlon/kids-triathlon-mini-camp-2019-63132332?fbclid=IwAR1DZV4dgW2l1YAlzTPtQTR1R5PnXsa-h8llUn3pHP_aqh0GoO1JgtRWANY


-Develop the skills and gain the confidence needed to complete a triathlon. Our coaches are USA Triathlon certified with experience developing programs for youth to ensure full understanding and most importantly, have fun! We will spend 45 minutes on each sport, swimming, biking, and running as well as a dedicated block of instruction on transition practice. This is great practice for the Cayuga Lake Triathlon Kids Race on August 3, 2019. We will be practicing on the same course as the race. Join us for a fun filled weekend! Email Dillon Shaffer for more information at dshaffer@cayugamed.org.




6, Summer Sunday Sunset Concert Series (8pm to 8:30pm) @ Cornell Chimes, McGraw Tower, Ithaca


-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




7, Bike Skills I; Lern to ride for adults and Mature Teens (10am) @ 315 N Aurora St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://bookwhen.com/bikewalktompkins?fbclid=IwAR1y_6ffhNgWMof9CHHmwEF8GzD-av-1GlszxDsFSQGven4J3qVRdL0PgTc


-If you never learned to bike or it’s been a long time, this is your opportunity to (re)learn and practice basic cycling skills in a safe, fun, and supportive environment, all for FREE! Instructor: Molly Hajjar.

– All adults and mature teens are welcome
– Feel free to come as a participant or as an observer
– 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