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8/ 9 /2019 星期五

 

1,Bag Sale at Mama Goose (10am to 4pm) @ Mama Goose, 430 W state St, Ithaca

 

-Our annual bag sale is coming up! This is the perfect time to stock up on back-to-school clothes, summer essentials, and more!

Here’s how it works:
Grab a bag, stuff it with things you love from our clearance section, and pay one flat rate!
Friday, August 9 – $16
Saturday, August 10 – $14
Sunday, August 11 – $8

While the bag sale will be set-up outdoors, be sure to stop inside the store as well to get 10% all fall and winter outerwear! This includes our entire stock of new and gently-used coats, jackets and rain wear. The racks are full of high-end, quality outerwear, and we’ll be restocking daily – and all in the comfort of air conditioning.

 

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2,Katrina, A New Musical (7:30pm to 9:45pm) @ Kitchen Theatre Company, 417 W state st, Ithaca *Ticket: http://kitchentheatre.org/kitchen_sink.html?fbclid=IwAR0uFpUFxl5CE9Nuxz_y7es9p0XlorZp_qMHODKAEyEPvbOSnrMncXrP1VY#katrina

 

-Walking on Water Productions proudly presents…

the world premiere of KATRINA, A NEW MUSICAL

​​Written by Liz Bauman and David Frumkin
Directed by Priscilla Hummel

Presented at the Kitchen Theatre
August 2, 3, 4, and 9, 10, 11
Fridays & Saturdays 7:30pm
Sundays 3:00pm
August 1 Preview 7:30pm

Featuring 20 musical numbers, a cast of 12, and a 6-piece band!

Tickets are available at the door as well as online via the event link provided and over the phone: 607-272-0570
Phone sale hours are Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm & Fridays 10am-2pm

Seating is general admission for all performances; the online disclaimer about the seating chart does not apply.

​​Visit WoW’s Tickets Page for more details: https://www.walkingonwaterproductions.org/tickets.html

These performances are part of the Kitchen Theatre Company’s Kitchen Sink Series which is supported in part by CFCU.

The Story: Hurricane Katrina is barreling toward the Gulf, bringing chaos and calamity. Sam’s and Violet’s romance is on the rocks, just when they really need each other. Join them and the people of New Orleans as they navigate the raging waters of natural disaster, personal tragedy, racism, and politics. Although powerful people leave devastation in their wake, ordinary folks rise to the challenge, and the indomitable spirit of the Crescent City survives.

 

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3, Try-it workshop (6:30pm to 8:30pm) @ Clay school Ithaca, 950 Danby Rd, ste 28,Ithaca *Ticket: https://app.getoccasion.com/p/n/KZfpX4Cp?time_slot_id=201908092230473210&utm_medium=events&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR1lAa8UBAwPiA3E0apsc0c5iuSt39pW6wFSc53e8zjxyuyHTGSwwENucwc

 

-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.

 

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4, Mary Poppins –Original–at Movies in the Park (9pm to 11:30pm) @ Stewart Park

 

-Join us for a FREE Movie in Stewart Park each Friday in August brought to you by Chemung Canal Trust Company. Bring your lawn chair, blanket, and all of your friends! Damiani Wine Cellars and Ithaca To Go will be vending at each event, follow the event page for more information!
Rain location is State Theatre of Ithaca
7-9 p.m. picnic, games, vendors
9-11:30 p.m. movie (begins at dusk)
(times are approximate)

 

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5, TouchDrawing: A Movement based art practice (10:30am to 12:30pm) @ 112 Auburn st, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/touchdrawing-a-movement-based-art-practice-tickets-67933313369?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR0b_PBXc354S5PHaBXUO64gMsYGLPvESVQpKt_Ct6D9rw8M8j5OR81Ob_U

 

-An opportunity to participate in the movement based art practice known as TouchDrawing.

TouchDrawing is a simple but profound practice. During each session each of us produces a series of drawings that illustrate our moment by moment internal journey and provides us with the opportunity to learn the language of my hands. Although this process is not about making “Art” or even producing recognizable drawings, I have discovered that one of the results of committing to a regular TouchDrawing practice is that evocative images often emerge from what feels like an authentic source of inspiration.

TouchDrawing is done by applying water mixable oil paint to a smooth, nonporous drawing board and spreading it thinly and smoothly over the whole board using a rubber print roller. A sheet of lightweight, archival tissue paper is placed on top of the paint. you then move my hands, fingertips and/or fingernails on the paper. Since the paper is translucent I can watch the images emerge as you draw.

There will be a small charge to cover the cost of supplies. All materials will be provided.

 

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8 /10 /2019 星期六

 

1,PRI Summer Symposium (9am) @ Museum of the earth, 1259 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca

 

-Join us at the Museum of the Earth in beautiful Ithaca, New York, for our 13th annual Summer Symposium. Spend a fun weekend learning about the most recent research being done by friends of the Paleontological Research Institution, and go into the field with world-renowned fossil experts. Included is the keynote talk by Dr. Andrew Bush, Associate Professor of Paleobiology, University of Connecticut. Dr. Bush will be speaking on “Judgment Day: Mass Extinctions and Predictability in the History of Life”.

Academics, professionals, and educators from all varieties of natural science disciplines including paleontology, biology, and earth sciences, and geology are invited to attend and to share their research. We also welcome all levels of students to share their research, too. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain experience speaking about their work in a professional format, but in a friendly, less formal atmosphere.

Saturday, August 10 —Posters and oral presentations. Keynote by Dr. Andrew Bush. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included with registration.

Sunday, August 11 —Experts in Devonian geological history, including Dr. Carl Brett, University of Cincinnati, and Dr. Gordon Baird, SUNY Fredonia, will lead a field trip from PRI to localities in the Finger Lakes region. Lunch is included.

To find out more, and register online, visit:
priweb.org/summersymposium

 

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2,Bag Sale at Mama Goose (10am to 4pm) @ Mama Goose, 430 W state St, Ithaca

 

-Our annual bag sale is coming up! This is the perfect time to stock up on back-to-school clothes, summer essentials, and more!

Here’s how it works:
Grab a bag, stuff it with things you love from our clearance section, and pay one flat rate!
Friday, August 9 – $16
Saturday, August 10 – $14
Sunday, August 11 – $8

While the bag sale will be set-up outdoors, be sure to stop inside the store as well to get 10% all fall and winter outerwear! This includes our entire stock of new and gently-used coats, jackets and rain wear. The racks are full of high-end, quality outerwear, and we’ll be restocking daily – and all in the comfort of air conditioning.

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3, 2019 Open Farm Day (12pm to 4pm) @ Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, 615 willow ave, Ithaca

 

-Spend a weekend in the beautiful Finger Lakes, visiting farms that raise alpaca, heirloom apples, mushrooms, dairy goats, sheep, vegetables & MORE! Meet hard cider makers, cheese makers, pick blueberries, tour a dairy, a hop farm & brewery, winery and MORE! Different farms are open each day from 12-4pm for tours, food tastings, demonstrations, and animal interactions. Treat your family to an authentic agritourism experience. FREE! Learn more with your smart phone at: http://www.openfarmdays.org/.

Organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and made possible in part by grants from the Tompkins County Tourism Program and Tompkins County Farm Bureau.

Contact VisitIthaca.comfor help with dining and accommodations!

 

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4, Joint Solution Class (10am to 11am) @ Cayuga Medical Center, 101 Dates Dr, Ithaca

 

-Cayuga Medical Center’s Joint Solutions program conducts pre-operative education classes for patients preparing for hip or knee joint replacement surgery. You will receive information on what to expect, how to prepare for surgery, anesthesia options, pain management and discharge planning. The class gives you an opportunity to ask questions and interact with other people preparing for surgery.

To register for the pre-operative education class or for more information about the Joint Solutions program, click here or call (607) 252-3510.

 

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5, Tortoise Tales Storytime (11am) @ Museum of the Earth, 1259 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca

 

-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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6, Garden and Arboretum hikes (10am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll dr,

 

-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

 

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7, Saturday Garden Tour (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

 

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8, Salsa Night 2ndSaturday at The Range on The Ithaca Commons (8pm) @ The Range, 119 E State St, Ithaca

 

-Join us for 2nd Saturday Salsa Night on the Ithaca Commons at The Range. We start with a Salsa and Bachata Social at 8pm, followed by a “Crash Course” Survival Dance lesson at 9:30pm, and party straight through til 1am. Arrive early for full experience. Look out for special nights with Live Music. Bring ID with age and photo. Thank you for spreading the word and tipping the bar staff. ¡Hasta la Fiesta!

SCHEDULE
8-9:30PM Salsa and Bachata Social Dance
Get an early groove on and meet other dancers at the party before the party.
9:30-10PM Salsa, Bachata and Cha Cha Cha Dance Lesson and Guest Workshops
Learn Latin social dance timing, basic movements, lead-follow technique and fun step sequences for all levels.
10PM-1AM Dance Party
DJ Michael Luis and guests spinning the hottest hits of Salsa-Son-Timba, Bachata, Merengue, Cha Cha Cha and Reggaeton

DRINK SPECIALS: $4 Tequila Shots, $4 Coronas, $4 Cuba Libres and more

ADMISSION 21+ Gov ID Required, $7

TIPPING
Standard bar tipping is 20%-30% or $1-$2 per drink. Please support restaurant workers and the dance community by tipping bar staff.

QUESTIONS: 607.592.1986 or 585.704.4523, salsaithaca@gmail.com

 

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9, Summer Family Storytime (11am to 11:30am) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-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.

 

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10, Campfire Concert (7pm to 10pm) @ Grayhaven motel, 657 Elmira rd, Ithaca

 

-Come join the ElectroZone for a night to remember. There will be music, a bonfire and scary stories.

Featuring Pas Musique PHUNgEYE, Soft Hail, and Kompyootur Muhsheen!

$10 to attend. S’mores kits will be available for purchase.

Pas Musique
https://www.pasmusique.net/
Pas Musique emerged from Brooklyn, New York in 1995 as a solo project of founder Robert L. Pepper and has since gone through many variations of experimental, electronic iterations. In 2018, Pas Musique remain as a four piece consisting of Jon V Worthley, Michael Durek, Jesse Fairbairn, and Robert Pepper, pursuing the musical elements of electronic, experimental music with krautrock undertones. Pas Musique have collaborated with many great musicians which include Faust, Rapoon, ZEV, Philippe Petit, HATI, Chester Hawkins, Jim Tuite, and many more. Pas Musique have performed in 18 countries and all throughout the United States.

PHUNgEYE
https://m.facebook.com/PHUNgEYE/
https://m.facebook.com/whitenoiseworkshop/
https://soundcloud.com/phungeye
PHUNgEYE, co-creator of White Noise Workshop in Utica ny will be having a conversation with HAL9001 his modular synth and Digitakt.

Soft Hail
https://robotictooth.bandcamp.com/album/sedlund-2

Kompyootur Muhsheen
https://soundcloud.com/elijah-joseph-weber-han
https://m.facebook.com/kompyooturmuhsheen/

He is a teenage algorithm.

 

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11, PRI Summer Symposium (9am) @ Museum of the Earth

 

-Join us at the Museum of the Earth in beautiful Ithaca, New York, for our 13th annual Summer Symposium. Spend a fun weekend learning about the most recent research being done by friends of the Paleontological Research Institution, and go into the field with world-renowned fossil experts. Included is the keynote talk by Dr. Andrew Bush, Associate Professor of Paleobiology, University of Connecticut. Dr. Bush will be speaking on “Judgment Day: Mass Extinctions and Predictability in the History of Life”.

Academics, professionals, and educators from all varieties of natural science disciplines including paleontology, biology, and earth sciences, and geology are invited to attend and to share their research. We also welcome all levels of students to share their research, too. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain experience speaking about their work in a professional format, but in a friendly, less formal atmosphere.

Saturday, August 10 —Posters and oral presentations. Keynote by Dr. Andrew Bush. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included with registration.

Sunday, August 11 —Experts in Devonian geological history, including Dr. Carl Brett, University of Cincinnati, and Dr. Gordon Baird, SUNY Fredonia, will lead a field trip from PRI to localities in the Finger Lakes region. Lunch is included.

To find out more, and register online, visit:
priweb.org/summersymposium

 

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12, Katrina, A New Musical (7:30pm to 9:45pm) @ Kitchen Theatre Company, 417 W state st, Ithaca *Ticket: http://kitchentheatre.org/kitchen_sink.html?fbclid=IwAR0uFpUFxl5CE9Nuxz_y7es9p0XlorZp_qMHODKAEyEPvbOSnrMncXrP1VY#katrina

 

-Walking on Water Productions proudly presents…

the world premiere of KATRINA, A NEW MUSICAL

​​Written by Liz Bauman and David Frumkin
Directed by Priscilla Hummel

Presented at the Kitchen Theatre
August 2, 3, 4, and 9, 10, 11
Fridays & Saturdays 7:30pm
Sundays 3:00pm
August 1 Preview 7:30pm

Featuring 20 musical numbers, a cast of 12, and a 6-piece band!

Tickets are available at the door as well as online via the event link provided and over the phone: 607-272-0570
Phone sale hours are Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm & Fridays 10am-2pm

Seating is general admission for all performances; the online disclaimer about the seating chart does not apply.

​​Visit WoW’s Tickets Page for more details: https://www.walkingonwaterproductions.org/tickets.html

These performances are part of the Kitchen Theatre Company’s Kitchen Sink Series which is supported in part by CFCU.

The Story: Hurricane Katrina is barreling toward the Gulf, bringing chaos and calamity. Sam’s and Violet’s romance is on the rocks, just when they really need each other. Join them and the people of New Orleans as they navigate the raging waters of natural disaster, personal tragedy, racism, and politics. Although powerful people leave devastation in their wake, ordinary folks rise to the challenge, and the indomitable spirit of the Crescent City survives.

 

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8 /11 /2019 星期天

 

1,CRC Can and Bottle Drive (11am) @ 900 W State St, Ithaca

 

-Support the The Learning WebVolunteer Community Service Program’s Can & Bottle Drive to raise money for CRC. Just drop ’em off at the Bottle & Can Retrieval Center and mention CRC!

 

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2,Just Play street- Community block party (12pm) @ 400 Block of S. Titus Ave, Ithaca

 

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

 

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3, Creating Corn Husk Dolls (From Seeds to Wisdom’s August Program) @ 110 North Tioga St, Ithaca

 

-Kids of Tompkins County: What if a doll were your caretaker?

Join Seneca artist Penny Minner for a family event about the Haudenosaunee corn husk doll. The event will include storytelling and making your own corn husk dolls. For families with children ages 6 to 12.

FREE
Sign up at bit.ly/augustcorn
Walk-ins also welcome

From Seeds to Wisdom is a new monthly program for kids and families in collaboration with local indigenous persons, sponsored by two anonymous donors and the Community Foundation of Tompkins County.

Photo courtesy of Penny Minner

Location: Tompkins Center for History & Culture, Ithaca College Gallery, 1st Floor, 110 North Tioga Street, Ithaca, NY 14850

 

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4, Owls and their Amazing sense (Raptor weekend)(2pm to 3:15pm) @ Cornell University

 

-The Cornell Raptor Program is pleased to present this year’s return of Raptor Week(end)! On Sunday 8/11 from 2 – 3:15 pm, come to Morrison Hall, Room 146 at Cornell University to learn about the extraordinary nighttime adaptations of owls and meet some of resident birds. This event is free and open to the public.

 

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5, PRI Summer Symposium (9am) @ Museum of the earth, 1259 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca

 

-Join us at the Museum of the Earth in beautiful Ithaca, New York, for our 13th annual Summer Symposium. Spend a fun weekend learning about the most recent research being done by friends of the Paleontological Research Institution, and go into the field with world-renowned fossil experts. Included is the keynote talk by Dr. Andrew Bush, Associate Professor of Paleobiology, University of Connecticut. Dr. Bush will be speaking on “Judgment Day: Mass Extinctions and Predictability in the History of Life”.

Academics, professionals, and educators from all varieties of natural science disciplines including paleontology, biology, and earth sciences, and geology are invited to attend and to share their research. We also welcome all levels of students to share their research, too. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain experience speaking about their work in a professional format, but in a friendly, less formal atmosphere.

Saturday, August 10 —Posters and oral presentations. Keynote by Dr. Andrew Bush. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included with registration.

Sunday, August 11 —Experts in Devonian geological history, including Dr. Carl Brett, University of Cincinnati, and Dr. Gordon Baird, SUNY Fredonia, will lead a field trip from PRI to localities in the Finger Lakes region. Lunch is included.

To find out more, and register online, visit:
priweb.org/summersymposium

 

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6, Sunset Reggae Boat Cruise with DJ Mike Judah (Club Cayuga 2019) (6:30pm) @ Discover Cayuga Lake, 805 Taughannock Blvd

 

-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!

Guests are invited to bring their own food and drink. This is NOT a Booze Cruise! Chill lounging and dancing vibes!

CRUISE RULES AND VISION:

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).

 

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7,Bag Sale at Mama Goose (10am to 4pm) @ Mama Goose, 430 W state St, Ithaca

 

-Our annual bag sale is coming up! This is the perfect time to stock up on back-to-school clothes, summer essentials, and more!

Here’s how it works:
Grab a bag, stuff it with things you love from our clearance section, and pay one flat rate!
Friday, August 9 – $16
Saturday, August 10 – $14
Sunday, August 11 – $8

While the bag sale will be set-up outdoors, be sure to stop inside the store as well to get 10% all fall and winter outerwear! This includes our entire stock of new and gently-used coats, jackets and rain wear. The racks are full of high-end, quality outerwear, and we’ll be restocking daily – and all in the comfort of air conditioning.

 

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8, Sunday at Ithaca Farmer Market (10am) @ Ithaca Farmers Market

 

-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