7/5/2019-7/7/2019 周末活动

7 / 5 /2019 星期五

 

1,Friday Night Roller Skates (7pm) @ 701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca

 

-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

 

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2, Into the woods (8pm) @ Hangar Theatre, 801 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca

 

-The Hangar Theatre Company PRESENTS:

INTO THE WOODS
Book by James Lapine
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Michael Barakiva

This modern twist on classic fairy tales begins with characters you know and love, like Cinderella and her wicked stepsisters, Rapunzel and The Witch, Jack and his beleaguered mom, Little Red Riding Hood and The Wolf, and other favorites. What will they discover when they venture away from home and into the scary, wild, often unpredictable woods? It’s a soaring musical about the power of wishes—and what really happens when they come true.

 

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3, Downtown Ithaca history Tours (4pm) @ Tompkins Center for history and culture, 110 North Tioga St, Ithaca

 

-Explore downtown Ithaca on guided history and architectural walking tours. Tours are Fridays at 4:00 p.m. and last about an hour.

Downtown Ithaca Architecture highlights the significant historic gems that illustrate chapters in the history of the city. See how preservationists and developers have worked together to save these key components of Ithaca’s past.

Unveiling Ithaca’s Living Past focuses on elements of living, working, and playing in and around what we now know as The Commons. Hear narratives of the people, civic institutions, organizations, and businesses that have shaped Ithaca’s unique heritage.

All tours begin at the Tompkins Center for History and Culture, 110 N. Tioga Street, Ithaca, NY.

To see specific tour dates, visit the Historic Ithaca website: http://www.historicithaca.org/tour/.

Tickets are $10.

Thank you to our generous tour sponsors: Ithaca Marriott Downtown on the Commonsand the Tompkins County Tourism Program.

 

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4, First Friday Art night at the museum (5pm to 8pm) @ Museum of earth

 

-Visit the Museum of the Earth’s Gift Shop on First Friday Art Night, July 5, 2019, to see the new exhibit of works by Trisha Koomen and participate in our art activity “Making a Statement Through Art”. The Museum will be open for extended evening hours.

Art is a medium of communication that transmits the artist’s feeling and ideas. One of Trisha Koomen’s pieces makes a strong, unique statement on fracking. When you see her work you will notice how she took recycled products to create her work and depict her passions about the Earth. This month during our First Friday event we will explore making a statement through art using recycled materials. We will help you formulate a idea that you would like to transmit through a work of art and then help you to create an artwork with recycled materials that can transmit those ideas. What do you feel passionate about? Art can help you show the world that passion.

Being outside in nature has always been huge in Trisha Koomen’s life, and from early on, the health of the planet has played large in that experience. As a child she loved to be outdoors in her small town in British Columbia, set near a mountain to climb and much more. Even then, in the 50’s and 60’s, Koomen sensed destructive forces lurking in her father’s use of the term “progress”. Today she continues to marvel at how being outside, in the natural world, affects her in a positive way, and she seeks its company often. The work that Koomen produces reflects the connection that she feels to nature and her concern for its wellbeing.

Light refreshments will be served. Special evening admission rates apply to Museum exhibits and the art activity. Admission on Friday Art Nights (from 5 to 8 pm) is only $5.00. Admission to the show in the Museum’s Gift Shop is free, the artwork will be on display through the end of July.

 

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5, Gallery Night at TCPL (5pm 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, July 5 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. The evening will also include dance performances, a preview of a documentary, and a Pop Up Open Art Hive.

Infinity in a Box
Curator Maude Rith has assembled an exhibit of shadow boxes called “Infinity in a Box.”These shadow boxes both show and contain. They may hold what a world can be: outer space, different worlds, or new versions of reality. Artists include Chris Coronel, Ariel Bullion Ecklund, Carla Elizabeth, Jim Garmhausen, Stephan Petrella, Gary Rith, Maude Rith, Laura Rowley, Leeny Sack, Werner Sun, and Emily Millen Walsh. On display in the Library’s Avenue of the Friends through September, 2019.

Made possible (in part or in full) with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Community Arts Partnership.

Space for Recovery
Clients from Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services have created works in their interpretation of Space. Some clients were willing to share their ideas and stories through their artwork. Curated by Monica Weimer, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. North Reading Room east wall.

234 Paintings
Artwork by Billy Coté, a musician and artist living in Ithaca, NY. In 2018, he decided to make 400 collage/paintings, using mainly 2.5×2.5 inch canvases, and some of these are on display in the wall cases at the end of the Avenue of the Friends.

Dance Performance
Four dance forms will be presented, starting at 6:00 in the Library’s Avenue of the Friends.
·Modern fused with American Sign Language by Indira Dominquez
·Jazz, choreographed by Nancy Gaspar
·Butoh, choreographed by Amanda Moretti
·Hip hop by G-Quan Booker and the Greatest Common Factor.

Ithaca is Murals documentary
Join us at 6:45 in the BorgWarner Community Room for a 30 minute preview of a feature-length documentary in progress by Filmmaker Shira Evergreen and Co-Producer/Mural Organizer Caleb R Thomas. Through interviews with artists, organizers and everyday people, Ithaca Is Murals tells the story behind many of the murals in Ithaca’s cultural cityscape & the grassroots organizing that bring them to life. Refreshments will be served. Free. Donations welcome.

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 with us. 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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6, Summer Chldren;s Art Fun with Stiller Zusman (2pm to 4pm) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library is pleased to present Summer Children’s Art Fun with Stiller Zusman. 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.

 

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7 / 6 /2019 星期六

 

1,Independets Week (10am) @ Downtown Ithaca

 

-Independents Week is an annual opportunity to recognize the many valuable contributions these local businesses make to our community.
Come enjoy a day of shopping our independently owned and operated shops and boutiques.

Lime Bike will be conducting a bike and scooter demo on Saturday, July 6, and Bike Walk Tompkins will have the Bike Wheel of Fortune- Shop Independent By Bike!

More details coming soon!

 

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2,Tortoise Tales Storytime (11am) @ Museum of the Earth

 

-The Museum of the Earth is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day during the summer, and we have special programs running weekdays and Saturdays. On Saturdays, 11 am – noon, join Educator Emily and Timothy the Tortoise for storytime! Emily will start off by reading “Who Wants a Tortoise?”and afterwards will supervise a meet-and-greet with one of our gentlest Animal Ambassadors, Timothy the Russian Tortoise. Each week will feature a different tortoise-themed craft for guests to make following the story. Come and learn what makes tortoises such unique animals!

While you are at the Museum, explore the fascinating world of organisms seemingly forgotten by time in our “Survivors: Up Close with Living Fossils”special exhibit at the Museum. Why and how have these plants, animals, and microbes — from horseshoe crabs and spotted gar to stromatolites and dawn redwoods — changed so little over millions of years? In this engaging, interactive exhibit, you’ll discover the captivating stories behind the evolution, conservation, and discovery of the creatures we call “living fossils.” Get up close and personal with horseshoe crabs and sea stars in our special touch tank and view rare fossil and modern specimens from PRI’s world-class collection alongside live Animal Ambassadors from the Cayuga Nature Center. The exhibit will run through September 2, 2019.

 

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3, Saturday Garden Tours (11am to 12pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock Knoll Dr.

 

-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

 

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4, 2019 PRI Fossil Collecting Trip (11am) @ Museum of the Earth

 

-Join us for a trip through time with one of our exciting Fossil Collecting Trips! June 15–Tully, NY; July 6–Hamilton, NY; and August 24–Cascade, NY.

Explore the ancient seas of central New York with the help of our expert staff. Search for trilobites, brachiopods, and a myriad of other ocean creatures up to nearly 400 million years old!

PRI provides the necessary tools of the trade, including rock hammers and a fossil identification guide. However, you will want to bring something to store all of the fossils that you find. Trip participants meet at each location, which varies from a 45-minute to 2.5-hour drive from Ithaca.

All the sites are fairly accessible with parking. However, most sites do not have convenient restroom facilities. Make sure you have sun protection and sensible footwear. Dress for sitting on rocks, near scratchy bushes, and getting dirty!

Collecting at each site begins at 11 am and ends at 2 pm.

Participants meet at the site. Information about each trip, including directions, will be emailed to participants during the week before the trip.
You can register for the trips at https://priweb.org/index.php/events/fossil-collecting-trips. If you have questions about the trips, please contact Rob Ross at 607-273-6623 x118 or via email at ross@priweb.org.

 

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5, Fargo Training camp by finger lakes wrestling club (9am, 1pm) @ Friedman wrestling center, 610 N Campus, Ithaca

 

-9:00am – 11am Camp Session
1:00pm – 3:00pm Camp Session

Contact Coach Harrington (585)738-3906

 

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6, Free Range Strange LIVE at the Range (6pm to 9pm) @ the range, 119 E state st, Ithaca

 

-Burn down the Barn with Free Range Strange, as they bring their vagabond act off the Ol’ Dusty Trail to The Range in Ithaca, NY. Get ready to cut a rug with yer shitkickers, y’all. This’ll be a HOOT!

 

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7, Women’s healing circle in Ithaca (11am to 2pm) @ Robert H Treman State Park, 105 Enfield Fall rd, Ithaca

 

-Come join my last healing circle in Ithaca! I will be moving out this gorgeous area.

The upcoming circle will be celebrating the miraculous healing power of this land. Experience the grounding effect of this place surrounded by waterfalls. We will be honoring nature and it’s cycles. The Women’s Healing Circle is a space to consciously tap into our sacred power and set intentions for our next moves.

We will celebrate our soulful expression in a non-judgmental environment as a way to liberate our conditioning. We will experience a mind-body connection nurturing healing and deep reflection.

Program:

11:00am
– Circle Opening + drumming
– Sacred conversations
– Heart Opening Meditation
– Intention setting
– Purification circle

12:30pm
– Closing

1:15pm
– Picnic

2:00pm
– Walk in nature and swimming in the waterfall

Where: At Robert H. Treman State Park, Upper level, Ithaca, NY.

Time: Meeting at 10:50am at the upper entrance parking lot.

What to bring: Blanket, notebook, pen, swimming suit, fruits, snacks, water.

Food will not be provided, please bring snacks for the picnic. We will share our food with others.

Cost: $25 until July 3rd
$30 after July 4th

You can make your payment here: www.lucamy.com

Important information for those coming from New York City.

If you are coming by bus I recommend the Shortlinebus at Port Authority. You can buy cheaper tickets online for $37.00 one ride. If you buy in person it will be around $52 one way. If you want to stay closer to the park where the event will be held you can choose any hotel at Meadow Street or Elmira Road. There are also cozy places on Airbnb. This is the Ithaca Táxi contact: 607 – 277 7777. Uber is also an option. Don’t forget insect repellent and sunblock. Please plan to arrive on Friday so you can rest and come to the event on Saturday morning.

 

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8,  Saturday at Ithaca farmers Market (9am) @ Ithaca Farmers Market

 

-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!

 

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7 / 7 /2019 星期天

 

1,Sunday at Ithaca farmers Market (10am) @ Ithaca Farmers Market

 

-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!

 

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2,Salsa at Sunset Dates: Dance cruises on Cayuga lake (7pm) @ Allan H. Treman marina, 805 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca

 

-SALSA @ SUNSET dance cruise series is back after a sold out first season. Space is limited – BUY TICKETS NOW! Dance, relax, eat and drink to Salsa and Latin music aboard The Teal-Club Cayuga, brought to you by Discover Cayuga Lake and Salsa Ithaca. Survival dance lesson starts the party. Song requests accepted. Guests are welcome to bring food and drink. Tips for boat crew appreciated. Join us and invite a friend!

ADMISSION: 21+, $25 per adult, $40 for two.
Advance Purchase highly recommended at: https://www.discovercayugalake.org/boat-tours-booking
Tickets only available at boarding if not sold out.

BOARDING: The Teal-Club Cayuga Cruise Boat is located at Allan H. Treman State Marine Park (Allan H. Treman Marina), 809 Taughannock Blvd, behind Hangar’s Theatre, Ithaca-NY. Passengers should arrive 10-15 minutes early.

MORE SALSA @ SUNSET DATES: July 7 7pm, August 18 6:30pm, September 15 6pm

OTHER DANCE CRUISES: Reggae with DJ Judah, Hip Hop Soul with DJ ha-MEEN, and Rainbow LGBTQ Friendly with DJ Gundz.

QUESTIONS: please call or email:
Bill Foster, Program Director, Discover Cayuga Lake
DiscoverCayuga@gmail.com

 

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3, Into the woods (7:30pm) @ Hangar Theatre, 801 Taughannock blvd, Ithaca

 

-The Hangar Theatre Company PRESENTS:

INTO THE WOODS
Book by James Lapine
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Michael Barakiva

This modern twist on classic fairy tales begins with characters you know and love, like Cinderella and her wicked stepsisters, Rapunzel and The Witch, Jack and his beleaguered mom, Little Red Riding Hood and The Wolf, and other favorites. What will they discover when they venture away from home and into the scary, wild, often unpredictable woods? It’s a soaring musical about the power of wishes—and what really happens when they come true.