9/27/2019-9/29/2019 周末活动

 

 

 

9 /27 /2019 星期五

 

1,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.

 

2,Let’s Medicatate t the Johnson (12:15pm to 12:45pm) @ 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

 

3, Art Snacks with SEAM (4pm to 4:30pm) @ Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca

 

– Have a cookie and a quick conversation about a work of art in the collection with a Cornell student educator during this free, drop-in session open to everyone.

Student Educators: Art & the Museum (SEAM) is a group of students who share a passion and appreciation for art, art history, and arts education and use the Johnson as a resource to learn about educational approaches to the collection.

 

4, Gardener’s Pot Swap Recycling Event (4pm to 7pm) @ Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkin County, 615 Willow Ave, Ithaca

 

– Gardener’s Pot Swap Recycling Event
Friday, September 27, 2019, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Saturday, September 28, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

This is a great opportunity to keep pots out of the landfill or recycling stream by giving them another year of use with your fellow gardeners.

During our recycling event, bring your plastic nursery pots and trays IN GOOD CONDITION to this Master Gardener Volunteer-staffed event at the CCE-Tompkins main parking lot on Willow Avenue. If you need pots, you may take away as many as you can use! This is a FREE opportunity for gardeners to share their plastic plant containers instead of throwing them away.

NOTE: ONLY POTS IN GOOD CONDITION WILL BE ACCEPTED AND ONLY DURING OUR STAFFED POT SWAP TIME! NO broken or torn plastic, and NO HANGING POTS. All pots dropped at CCE-Tompkins must be clean and stacked by size. We can ONLY accept clean and usable pots in the following sizes:
4″
6″
Gallon or larger black pots
Cell packs with no more than 4 cells
Plant trays

Please do not drop off pots anytime other than 4-7pm on Friday 9/27 and 9am-1pm on Saturday 9/28.

If you have pots that don’t fit the above criteria, please be advised that you now can recycle your #1,2, and 5 plastic nursery pots and trays at the Tompkins County Solid Waste Depot.

FREE!

5, Johnny Appleseed Pub Run (7pm to 11pm) @ Finger Lakes Running and Triatholon Company, 700 Cascadilla st, Ste 101, Ithaca

 

– September’s Pub Run is Johnny Appleseed themed, in celebration of National Johnny Appleseed Day on Sept 26, as well as Ithaca’s Apple Harvest Festival happening Sept 27-29.

Come dressed in some apple-themed attire, or just something fall related.

We’re going to try something a bit different for this month’s run.
***Anyone who would rather leave their car near the Commons, please MEET US AT 6:30PM in DEWITT PARK. We’ll then run over to the store as a group, with the OFFICIAL START TIME of 7PM AT THE STORE.***

The new store is a great location for visibility, but not the greatest place to return late at night (and with minimal bars in the surrounding area). That’s why we’re unofficially starting slightly earlier near the Commons (and we will end the run in that vicinity).

There is no registration for our pub runs. Just show up and be ready to have fun.

EVERYONE is welcome, must be 21!
Remember to bring ID and some CASH (as some bars are cash-only).

For those of you who have never taken part in our pub runs, we generally run about 2.5-4mi total between a few bars, with drink stops at each. Our group will gather as a full group at the FLRTC store at 7pm, and depart from there to our first bar. Per usual with our group runs, we have a NO RUNNER LEFT BEHIND policy.

Here’s some info on National Johnny Appleseed Day: https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-johnny-appleseed-day-september-26/

6, CHS Free Professional Photo Shoot (3pm to 4pm) @ Cornell Hotel Society, Collegiate Chapter, 180 Statler Drive, Ithaca

 

– Kindly feel free to come and get a free professional photoshoot on behalf of the Cornell Hotel Society, Collegiate Chapter. This is a great opportunity to get the perfect shot to build your personal brand!

 

7, Hindustani Classica Music Concert ft. Pt. Ronu Majumdar (7:30pm -10pm) @ Cornell University, Barnes Hall,

 

– SPICMACAY invites you to an Indian Hindustani Classical music concert by Pt. Ronu Majumdar on flute accompanied by Shri. Amit Kavthekar on the Tabla.

Free and Open to All!

Pt. Ronu Majumdar is firmly rooted in the Maihar gharana tradition which has also given shape to musical oaks like Pt. Ravi Shankar and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan. He has been felicitated with numerous remarkable accolades for his mesmerizing performances worldwide. He has created an enviable niche for himself in the field of contemporary popular music which is exemplified by his Grammy Nomination in 1996.

More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronu_Majumdar

Amit Kavthekar is regarded as one of the leading young artists of Indian Classical music and tabla. He is the last ganda-bandhan (ordained disciple) of Utd. Allarakha Khan and a prominent disciple of Utd. Zakir Hussain.

More: https://www.amitkavthekar.com/about

8, How to Finesses Cornell (4:30pm to 7:30pm) @ Klarman hall, Cornell Univerity, 232cEast Aveneue, Ithaca

 

– Are you ready to learn how to FINESSE Cornell? The Cornell Lending Library, Thread, Wardrobe and PFC have partnered to give you a survival guide for the pre-professional world.

Come through to learn where and how to access free resources and fund your experiences, get your resume snatched, and a new headshot* with your post-summer glow! *Professional clothing will be provided for the headshots if needed.

There will be free FOOD so come get a meal while you learn some useful tips and tricks. I

f any accommodations are needed, please contact ndh22@cornell.edu. We look forward to seeing you all at Klarman this Friday!!

 

9, Ithaca’s 37th Annual Aplle Harvest Festival (12pm to 6pm) @ Downtown, Ithaca

 

– Presented by Tompkins Trust Company, Apple Harvest Festival in Downtown Ithaca is a 3-Day Festival celebrating New York State’s Apple Growers and Cider Makers!

Apple Harvest Free to attend and all-ages friendly, Apple Harvest Festival is a great introduction to the rich farm and artist community of Ithaca and the Finger Lakes region.

First time visitors can witness a variety of highly talented and family-friendly local entertainment happening all over downtown and inside shops. The entire event spans Friday, Saturday and Sunday with ticketed events and free programs happening throughout.

The 2019 Apple Harvest Performance Schedule is here! Throughout the weekend, enjoy music performances by:

Vitamin L
WildFlwr
YK aka YunG-K feat StrawHat Super
Raquel & The Wildflowers
Noon Fifteen
Kitestring
And more to come!

10, Friday night Roller Skates (7pm to 9pm) @ Cass Park, 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

 

9 / 28 /2019 星期六

 

1,Family Fun Yoga (10:30am to 11:30am) @ Museum of the Earth, *Ticket: https://www.facebook.com/events/2462902800654045/

 

– Enjoy a full day of family fun from yoga to finding fossils! Price covers yoga and access to the Museum of the Earth.

$20 -Adults
$10 – Kids (under 16)
Cash or book online at www.indigoskyogacollective.com/schedule

Museum of the Earth: 1259 Trumansburg Road, Ithaca, NY 14850​

Bring water and your mat. Arrive 15 – 20 minutes early to ensure proper check-in time.

10:30 – 11:30 AM Yoga

11:30 AM + Explore the Museum of the Earth

Museum of the Earth provides a unique opportunity to explore Earth and its prehistoric past—from the tiniest trilobites to the mighty mastodon—through engaging and interactive displays, hands-on features, stunning fossils, and science-inspired art. The museum’s 8,000-square-foot permanent exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the 4.5 billion years of history, from the Earth’s origin to the present day. Through hands-on, visual exhibitions and outreach, the Museum of the Earth encourages critical thinking about life on Earth in the past and today, and how our species is affecting the natural world.

 

2,Saturday Garden Tours (11am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll Dr. 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

3, FYQP – Applefest (10am to 2pm) @ Ithaca Commons, Ithaca

 

– Join us for a day full of laughs, shopping, and delicious food (apple cider donuts!!). We will meet outside 626 Thurston at 10am to take the bus together to the Commons — hope to see you there!

 

4, CarFit: Adjusting your car for safety and comfort (10am to 2pm) @ Cayuga Medical center Physical therapy, brentwood Dr, Ithaca

 

– At this practical, hands-on educational program for older drivers, (anyone over 50) a team of trained technicians works with each participant for about 15 minutes to help adjust their car for the optimal “fit.” A CarFit review includes twelve key areas, such as how to adjust one’s mirrors to greatly minimize blind spots, ideal foot positioning on gas and brake pedals to reduce fatigue and reaction times, and effective positioning of the seat and steering wheel.

Registration:
Call Eleanor Liebson at 607-274-4159 to get your 15 minute CarFit appointment between 10am and 2pm on September 28, 2019!

Free!

5, Kids Fix workshop (2pm to 3pm) @  Ithaca Reuse Center, 214 Elmira Rd, Ithaca

 

– Volunteers from the IthacaFixers will help children (5 & up) fix toys or small electronics that they bring in. There will also be hands-on demonstrations on the use of basic tools and kids will have a chance to take things apart. Volunteers from the Ithaca Fixers Collective hope to encourage children in attendance to think about the value of their toys and show them that there are other options beyond the landfill. The workshop is free and open to everyone, no registration necessary. Parental supervision is required.

Creative ReUse events are made possible by generous support from the Tompkins County Recycling and Materials Management Division and the Park Foundation.

 

6, Free Stay Steady Wellness Event (10am to 2pm) @ Cayuga Medical Center, Physical Therapy, bretwood Dr, Ithaca

 

– Fall Risk Screening and CARFIT

One in four Americans, aged 65 plus, fall every year. Falls can lead to loss of independence, but many falls can be prevented!

Remember you have the power to prevent falls. Educate yourself and take action now! Attend our free Stay Steady Event, come yourself and bring a friend or relative:

Come speak with experts about improving your balance and reducing fall risk including: physical therapists, occupational therapists, registered nurses, pharmacist, Tompkins County Senior Advisors, home safety specialists, and more!
Take part in a Stay Steady screening with brief balance and mobility tests; and
Talk to and receive information about how to lower your risk for falling and improving your quality of life!
CarFit is a free, interactive and educational program designed to improve older driver safety. Trained volunteers provide information to ensure the safest “fit” for older drivers. An appointment is necessary for your 20-minute CarFit check.

To schedule your CarFit appointment or for more information about the Stay Steady Fall Risk Screening contact Eleanor Liebson (eliebson@cayugamed.org) or Anne Reilley (areilley@cayugamed.org) or call 607-274-4159.

Event Sponsors include: Cayuga Health Partners, Cayuga Health System (including Physical Therapy and Pharmacy), Cornell Cooperative Extension, Finger Lakes Independence Center, Human Services Coalition, Ithaca College, Tompkins County Health Department, Tompkins County Office for the Aging, and Visiting Nurse Service, and Way2Go.

7, Chamber Music Placement Day (2pm to 4pm) @ Opus Ithaca School of Music, 402 N Aurora st, Ithaca

 

– Are you interested in playing chamber music? Do you play the piano, a wind instrument, a brass instrument or a stringed instrument? Do you know someone who does? Opus Ithaca is hosting a Chamber Music Placement Day

Do you like playing in a duo, trio, quartet or quintet? Do you like playing music with others?

Come to Opus on September 28 between 2-4 and find out more. Walk in when you can. OPEN TO ALL-young students and adults welcome! This is open to the community and to students who do not study at Opus Ithaca as well. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Please be prepared to meet with faculty and play a solo and/or scales/technical exercises, so that our faculty can determine what level you are and the group to place you in.

Spread the word and share!

 

8, 1st People’s Festival: International year of Indigenous Language (11:30am to 5:30pm) @ DeWitt Park, 102 E Court St, Ithaca

 

– The First Peoples’ Festival is scheduled for Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Dewitt Park from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and will be in partnership with the Apple Harvest Festival.

The First Peoples’ Festival honors the history and culture of first peoples of this land and all of their ancestors. It also recognizes that we all have a common bond as human beings alive today. In 2019, as our theme for the festival, we are excited to honor the International Year of Indigenous Languages. We will be showcasing the diversity of Indigenous Languages that exist in Tompkins County. As always, the First Peoples’ festival offers an opportunity to have our communities learn about indigenous issues from an indigenous perspective. We look forward to continue our collective commitment to justice, peace, and sovereignty and we hope you will join us in honoring indigenous people, cultures, and histories.

We plan to bring together various indigenous vendors, foods, performances, cultural demonstrations, family friendly activities, and community resource booths, which will provide our community with an opportunity to experience an amazing cultural and educational event free and accessible to all. This year we are also featuring Mohawk artist and activist Dioganhdih.

PRE-EVENT FILM SCREENING:

Heenetiineyoo3eihiiho’ (Language Healers) – Sep. 24th @ 5PM at MRC516 W. MLK Jr. St.

FESTIVAL DAY OF SCHEDULE:

11:30a – Vendors/Exhibits/Activities
12:00p – Traditional Opening
12:30p – Peformances (All Day)
1:00p – Language Presentations
2:00p – Smokedance Competition & Featured Artist

9, Ithaca’s 37th Annual Aplle Harvest Festival (12pm to 6pm) @ Downtown, Ithaca

 

– Presented by Tompkins Trust Company, Apple Harvest Festival in Downtown Ithaca is a 3-Day Festival celebrating New York State’s Apple Growers and Cider Makers!

Apple Harvest Free to attend and all-ages friendly, Apple Harvest Festival is a great introduction to the rich farm and artist community of Ithaca and the Finger Lakes region.

First time visitors can witness a variety of highly talented and family-friendly local entertainment happening all over downtown and inside shops. The entire event spans Friday, Saturday and Sunday with ticketed events and free programs happening throughout.

The 2019 Apple Harvest Performance Schedule is here! Throughout the weekend, enjoy music performances by:

Vitamin L
WildFlwr
YK aka YunG-K feat StrawHat Super
Raquel & The Wildflowers
Noon Fifteen
Kitestring
And more to come!

 

9 / 29 /2019 星期天

 

1,8th annual fox trot 5k trail run (9am to 11am) @ Cayuga nature center, 1420 Taughannock blvd, route 89, Ithaca* Ticket: https://www.priweb.org/index.php/events/at-the-nature-center/events-foxtrot?fbclid=IwAR2jLwjB2w5SbUZgvn5Bb6ulsmug3DbeT0rRg9dGaCANCTsinWzvInDPaiE

 

– Come join us for the 8th annual Fox Trot 5K Trail Run, a fun run inspired by Daisy, our Red Fox ambassador! The race is considered moderately difficult with stretches in the field and woods, flat and hilly. Day of Race Registration will be from 8:00am-8:45am, and the race will begin at 9:00am. After the 5K trail run join us for the Kids’ Fox Chase! Starting about 10:15am — kids (8 and under) will have the fun opportunity to chase our “fox” around the field. The award ceremony will begin at 10:45am. Remember to wear your best fox attire for as chance to win the “Daisy Duplicate” award.

Race registration will be capped at 115 runners. You can pre-register today, or right up until the night before race, to be sure to have a spot in the race. To register, go to https://www.priweb.org/foxtrot

The Fox Trot 5K Trail Run is proudly sponsored by McCutcheon, Patel, Livermore, and Associates Dentistry.

 

2,Free Seminar: Stay active and Avoid surgery (11am to 12:30pm) @ The hotel Ithaca, 222 S Cayuga St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.facebook.com/events/371527883762825/

 

– Join us as we discuss the nation’s leading regenerative medicine procedures. Learn why and how they are used to treat arthritis, joint injuries, sports injuries and spine conditions. Discover basic science, research, and treatment options for these procedures, to help you reduce pain, stay active and avoid surgery.

Regenexx Pittsburgh offers the most advanced regenerative medicine procedures for common injuries, arthritis and other joint conditions. These procedures increase function, decrease pain and offer the patient a viable alternative to invasive surgery. This seminar is your opportunity to learn about these cutting-edge procedures from the region’s leading regenerative medicine doctors.

Dr. Jesse Sally will discuss Regenexx® non-surgical stem cell and platelet rich plasma treatments.

Space fills up quickly, so register today. Please invite a friend! Breakfast buffet provided.

Regenexx® is used for:

Knee pain, osteoarthritis
Knee ACL and meniscal tears
Hip arthritis, pain and labral tears
Shoulder pain and rotator cuff tendonitis
Low back, neck and nerve pain, sciatica
Tennis/golfer’s elbow
Achilles tendonitis
Foot & ankle pain, plantar fasciitis
Sacroiliac joint instability
Most other common joint injuries

At the seminar, you’ll learn:
* What interventional orthopedics and regenerative medicine procedures are.

* How Regenexx procedures work by increasing the concentration of your body’s own healing agents.

* Why these procedures stimulate your body’s natural response in injured or degenerative areas.

* When non-surgical, needle-based procedures can be an alternative to surgery

* Q&A with our presenter Dr. Jesse Sally.

For more information, please visit https://regenexxpittsburgh.com/ or call 412-963-6480.

3, Open Stitch (5pm to 8pm) @State of the Art Gallergy, 120 W State St, Ithaca

 

– Join Patricia Brown as she hand stitches paint rags for her Remnant Series. Bring you current stitching, crochet or knitting project and enter calm camaraderie as we slow stitch together and celebrate the Apple Harvest Festival.

4, Cornell Orchestras Joint Concert (3pm to 4pm) @ Bailey Hall, Cornell University

 

– Come join both Cornell orchestras in our first concert of the year! The concert is free and open to the public.

Cornell Chamber Orchestra
Katherine Kilburn, Conductor

JOSEF SUK Serenade for Strings

Cornell Symphony Orchestra
Katherine Kilburn, Conductor

JIHYUN KIM A Tramp in the Assembly Line
OTTORINO RESPIGHI Pines of Rome

5, Ithaca’s 37th Annual Aplle Harvest Festival (12pm to 6pm) @ Downtown, Ithaca

 

– Presented by Tompkins Trust Company, Apple Harvest Festival in Downtown Ithaca is a 3-Day Festival celebrating New York State’s Apple Growers and Cider Makers!

Apple Harvest Free to attend and all-ages friendly, Apple Harvest Festival is a great introduction to the rich farm and artist community of Ithaca and the Finger Lakes region.

First time visitors can witness a variety of highly talented and family-friendly local entertainment happening all over downtown and inside shops. The entire event spans Friday, Saturday and Sunday with ticketed events and free programs happening throughout.

The 2019 Apple Harvest Performance Schedule is here! Throughout the weekend, enjoy music performances by:

Vitamin L
WildFlwr
YK aka YunG-K feat StrawHat Super
Raquel & The Wildflowers
Noon Fifteen
Kitestring
And more to come!