9/6/2019-9/8/2019 周末活动

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 / 6 /2019 星期五

 

1,Beauty from the Cornell Gardens (9am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll dr, Ithaca

 

-Cornell’s gardens are rich in beauty and opportunities for capturing that beauty in photographs. The photos included in this exhibit were taken in several campus locations and display some of the variety and color that these gardens have to offer for close-up and macro photography.

 

2,TST-BOCES High School Equivalency Exam (1:30pm) @ 171 East State Street, suites 241, Ithaca

 

-As of January 2014, New York State has replaced the GED exam with the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) exam. After successful completion of the examination you will earn a New York State High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma. TST BOCES also offers home study and online programs. To register or learn more, please call BOCES at (607) 257-1561.

 

3, Gallery Night Ithaca (5pm) @ Downtown Ithaca

 

-First Friday Gallery Night is a monthly community celebration taking place in and around Downtown Ithaca.

Local galleries and art houses host special receptions, performances, screenings, and other events showcasing the work of local, national, and international artists. Gallery Night is free and open to the public.

Gallery Night Ithaca is sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company and supported by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County and with 90.1

For more information, including artists information, visit gallerynightithaca.com.

 

4, Feel Good Friday: Free lunch and thoughtful conversation (12:20pm) @ Music Room, 411 Willard Straight Hall, Ithaca

 

-Free lunch and thoughtful conversations each week with a new topic! Click back here for each week’s theme. Open to the Cornell Community.

 

5, Drew Harvell: Underwater Outbreaks and the Ocean’s Biodiversity (5pm to 6pm) @ Buffalo Street books, 215 N Cayuga st, Ithaca

 

-Award-winning author and Cornell professor Drew Harvell will talk about her recent books and tell how she and her team have worked to sustain ocean biodiversity in the world’s oceans. She’ll tell of SCUBA expeditions to confront the rising tide of ocean outbreaks such as the Sea Star Epidemic and global coral reef health as detailed in her new book, Ocean Outbreak. The book explores the impact from a perfect storm of outbreak conditions caused by human activity, as infections cause massive die-offs in the ocean with sweeping ecological impacts, including loss of food harvest and impacts to our own health as a warming ocean provides an incubator for pathogens. Ocean Outbreak has received strong praise from Nature, Forbes, Smithsonian Magazine and The Atlantic.

Harvell is Curator of the Blaschka Marine Invertebrates Collection at Cornell, and her earlier book, A Sea of Glass: Searching for the Blaschka’s Fragile Legacy in an Ocean at Risk, celebrate the biodiversity still in our oceans. A Sea of Glass was picked as one of the best eight “Art Meets Science”books of 2016 by the Smithsonian and winner of the National Outdoor Book Award.

You can learn more about Harvell on her website: www.drewharvell.com

The format will be a 30 minute presentation with video clips by Harvell followed by discussion and Q and A.
Refreshments will be served.

6, Let’s Meditate at the Johnson (12:15pm) @ Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

 

-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

7, First Friday Art Night at the Museum- Marjorie Hoffman (5pm to 8pm)@ Museum of the Earth

 

-Visit the Museum of the Earth’s Gift Shop on First Friday Art Night, September 6, 2019, to see the new exhibit of colorful wall sculptures by Marjorie Hoffman. The Museum will be open for extended evening hours. While you are there, come participate in our special art workshop on composition.

How do artists compose or organize a picture? Is it similar techniques no matter what subject or type of art. A good composition moves the eye across or around the picture, focusing on the main feature. The September artist, Marjorie Hoffman, composed mosaics of flowers. She uses clay and natural items to create realistic 3D compositions. Come and observe and be inspired by Marjorie Hoffman’s beautiful Mosaics on display in our store. Then, included with the price of museum admission, participate in our composition workshop. Create your own 3D compositions of flowers using natural stone and shell pieces. Educators will help you create a 3D mosaic of your own.

Marjorie Hoffman is a born and bred New Yorker transplanted to Ithaca in 1991. She attended the High School of Music and Art and received a BFA at Cooper Union where she majored in photography and also discovered her love of woodworking. She earned Master degrees in education from the City University of New York and from Bank Street College. She has been making art all of her life and teaching for over thirty years. She taught art to upper elementary and middle school students at the Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School of Ithaca for seventeen years.

Working with her hands, particularly three dimensionally is Marjorie’s passion. She loves being a mosaic designer. Inspiration comes from the natural world and its miraculous inventions of shape and color. Using natural materials such as wood, clay, glass and stone make the creative process exciting. Marjorie explores the potential of collaged, three dimensional materials that often reach out beyond the two dimensional surface. These works are designed to be hung on a wall.

Light refreshments will be served. Special evening $5 admission rates apply to Museum exhibits and the art workshop. Admission to the show in the Museum’s Gift Shop is free, the artwork will be on display through the end of September.

 

8, Zumbini Trial Class in Ithaca (11am to 11:45am) @ Jillian’s Drawers, 171 E State St, Ithaca *Ticket: https://www.zumbini.com/demo-classes/11104?fbclid=IwAR0h4GT5NcXLyVFyb-TMB-U8tsMBcD31Pc6VyU34PRlEDN1uq9eSwwz9IcM

 

-Designed for children ages 0-4, and their caregivers, Zumbini combines music and movement to create the ultimate bonding experience! Sing, dance, and play together while developing your little one’s social, cognitive, emotional and motor skills. Please RSVP as spots are limited!

 

9, First Friday is back (6pm to 9pm) @ 202 E Falls St, Ithaca

 

-First Fridays of Ithaca is a social networking event for diverse professionals and faculty of Central New York! It is a great opportunity to connect with your friends and network with new colleagues from Ithaca, Cortland, Syracuse, Corning, and Binghamton.

Complimentary light refreshments from North Star’s delicious menu will be provided plus First Friday drink specials.

 

10, CozyBop Baby Wearing dance class (10:30am-11am) @ TCPL, 101 E Green St, Ithaca

 

-Tompkins County Public Library will offer four sessions of CozyBop, a Babywearing Dance Class, Fridays, September 6 through 27, from 10:30 to 11:00 AM, in the Library’s Thaler/Howell Programming Room.

At these CozyBop classes led by Cheryl Delaney, parents will have the opportunity to bond with baby and dance with other parents in a judgment-free zone. The dance movements mimic the experience of being in the womb, and support infant social and emotional development. Dancing together solidifies attachment between parent and child and improves mental health and well-being.

These classes are suitable for babies six weeks or older who have head control. No dance experience is required. Baby must be worn facing inwards. Participants should arrive ten minutes early for their first class. CozyBop will be followed by a playtime for babies and toddlers.

Space for these free classes is limited, and registration is required. To register, contact Cheryl at nursercise.com or yogacheryl@gmail.com.

For more information, contact Youth Services at 607 272-4557, extension 275 or at cshortle@tcpl.org.

11, Ithaca Peace Festival-Day 1 (6pm) @ 309 Siena Drive, Ithaca

 

-Our Mission is to Inspire Positive Actions to Promote Peace.

The 9th Annual Ithaca Peace Festival will start on Sept. 6th (6-10pm); and Continue Sept. 7th (4-10pm) and on Sept. 8th (11am-4pm)

 

9 / 7 /2019 星期六

 

1,Art-Full Family Day: Architecture Adventure (10am to 12pm) @ Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca

 

-Learn about the late I. M. Pei—the architect who designed the Johnson—and explore interesting and secret spots in the building through guided activities, then make your own art inspired by the building’s design.

All ages are welcome, recommended for ages 3–7.

No registration is required. Parking is free in any campus lot on Saturdays.

Fees: Free for Johnson Museum Members / $5 per family for nonmembers

https://museum.cornell.edu/calendar/art-full-family-day-architecture-adventure

2,One Day Birth Class (9am-4pm) @ Cayuga Medical Center, 101 Dates

 

-One Day Birth Class!

This fun and informative birth class is held at Cayuga Medical. We cover signs and stages of labor, pain coping with and without medication, movement, navigating your care, tests and hospital logistics during your stay, normal newborn life, postpartum recovery and end with a tour of labor and delivery!

This class runs the first Saturday of every month! Sign up through labor and delivery:

https://www.cayugamed.org/services-2/birthplace/services/#1499890299521-803b7e52-462b

 

3, Expectant Parent Workshop (9am) @ Cayuga Medical center, 101 Dates Dr, Ithaca

 

-Signs and symptoms of labor, the first hour with your baby, newborn infant care and safety and a Cayuga Birthplace tour.

$75 per family.

For information, and to register please call The Cayuga Birthplace at Cayuga Medical Center at (607) 274-4408.

 

4, Beauty from the Cornell Gardens (9am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll drive, Ithaca

 

-Cornell’s gardens are rich in beauty and opportunities for capturing that beauty in photographs. The photos included in this exhibit were taken in several campus locations and display some of the variety and color that these gardens have to offer for close-up and macro photography.

5, Ithaca Police Department SWAT (8am) @ Hillendale Golf Club, 218 N Applegate Rd, Ithaca

 

-***SAVE THE DATE*** September 7th, 2019 at the Hillendale Golf Course! Get ready for some golf! Preregistration is required this year.

Thanks to all your continued support and we hope to see you there as we raise money for a local boy with Sheldon-Hall Syndrome.

6, The Cornell Lunatic Open Mic Press Party (7pm to 9pm) @ Risley Theatre, Risley hall, Cornell university

 

-Trying to better yourself this Saturday night reading up on the increasingly polarizing political landscape of the country?

Instead of that garbage, please come join us in the Risley Theatre as we share the new edition of our magazine and a night of excellent comedic performances from our own members and from other comedy groups on campus!

Doors open @ 6:30PM
Performances from 7-9PM

7, The Edible home landscape: A Garden to table program (4pm to 6:30pm) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 ComstockKnoll Drive, Ithaca *Ticket: https://us.e-activist.com/page/11637/event/1?fbclid=IwAR1Oan1FFTQmCNwzNCpzSmeu9ei4a570YpqiQUAFYisZOKLhrmLTkN9ukPs

 

-Edible landscaping is an easy and sustainable way to grow your own food while maintaining a yard that is both beautiful and productive. Join our horticulturists for a tour of the Herb Garden and Vegetable Garden to learn about edible plants that also make lovely ornamental additions to your home landscape. The tour will be followed by a sampling of delectable small plates and flavored craft beers, made with plants from our gardens by the gourmet chefs of Cornell Catering. Participants must be 21 or older and prepared to show proof of age.
Fee: $45 members, $55 non-members. Pre-registration is required.
Instructors: Botanic Gardens and Cornell Catering staff
Location: Nevin Welcome Center

PLANT SALE! Support Hortus Forum, the Cornell student horticulture club, by purchasing their plants at the Nevin Welcome Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 7. A variety of small house plants will be available.

8, Ellis Hollow Fair 2019 (12pm) @ Ellis Hollow Community Center, 111 Genung Rd, Ithaca

 

-The Ellis Hollow Fair -Saturday, September 8th noon-5pm
(rain date is Sunday, September 8th)

Come on out to this old fashioned country fair! Great fun for all ages!

Games, Wacky Races, Cake Walk and Dunking Booth!
Great food at the Country Kitchen!
PIES PIES PIES!
Huge “White Elephant” Yard Sale!
Silent Auction – Amazing Items for bid!
Quilt Raffle!
Free Music and Jam Sessions
Amazing Baked Goods
And so much more!

9, Open House (2:30pm to 4:30pm) @ 726 University ave, Ithaca

 

-Open house to view and learn about the instruments of the Cornell Historical Keyboard collection, with Malcolm Bilson, Xak Bjerken, Roger Moseley, David Yearsley, Annette Richards, and Cornell graduate students.

10, New Meets OLD: The Cornell Center Historical Keyboard ( 9:30am ) @ Cornell Music, 256 East Ave, 101 Lincoln Hall, Ithaca

 

-New Meets Old: Collaborative Confrontations to inaugurate the Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards. Join us for a celebration of the wide range of keyboard instruments in our collection, including the organs, fortepianos, harpsichords, and more. Cornell faculty and students present multiple concerts and lecture-demonstrations, featuring music from J.S. Bach to Roberto Sierra. Visit music.cornell.edu for complete program details and locations, or see the individual Facebook events.

Free and open to the public; no tickets required.

11, GIAC festival of nations (11am to 6pm) @ Ithaca High School, 710 N Union st, Ithaca

 

-Everyone is invited to this celebration of cultures from around the globe, found right here in Ithaca, where we share our precious heritage through music, performances, art, activities, clothing, goods, and food. Explore, engage and share with us!

We invite food and product vendors for the international market, non-profit organizations to lead engaging experiences, games, and activities, or share information and individuals who would like to share their heritage with the community.

Seeking volunteers: volunteers needed to assist in event set-up, activity stations, clean-up, vendor arrival/departure and other tasks related to the event.

To be a vendor, share your heritage or volunteer, please contact Gloria or Kerry at (607) 272-3622 or email kphillips@cityofithaca.org.

 

12, Engineering project team fest (12pm to 4pm) @ Duffield Hall, Cornell University

 

-The Fall 2019 Engineering Project Fest is happening this Saturday from 12pm to 4pm at Duffield Hall! Drop by to speak to some of the team members of Cornell’s many registered student project teams, learn about their projects, and leave an impression!

 

13, Free “how to”Kids workshops at the home depot (8am to 11am) @ Home Depot

 

-FREE “how-to” Kids Workshops at the Home Depot – first Sat of each month. Designed for children ages 5-12, each child will construct a project, paint and embellish, and receive an orange apron.

 

 

9 / 8 /2019 星期天

 

1,Beauty from the Cornell Gardens (9am) @ Cornell Botanic Gardens, 124 Comstock knoll drive, Ithaca

 

-Cornell’s gardens are rich in beauty and opportunities for capturing that beauty in photographs. The photos included in this exhibit were taken in several campus locations and display some of the variety and color that these gardens have to offer for close-up and macro photography.

 

2,Honeyland- Ithaca Premiere (5pm) @ Cornell Cinema, 104 Willard Straight Hall, Ithaca

 

-Hatidze lives with her ailing mother in the mountains of Macedonia, making a living cultivating honey using ancient beekeeping traditions. When an unruly family moves in next door, what at first seems like a balm for her solitude becomes a source of tension as they, too, want to practice beekeeping, while disregarding her advice. “Honeyland is an unforgettable véritécharacter study and an intimate look at an endangered tradition.”(The Hollywood Reporter) “Far from a scolding, rub-your-nose-in-it depiction of environmental havoc, this is a tender story about the chaos of abandoning the common good.”(IndieWire) The most awarded documentary at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.

Learn more & watch a trailer:
http://cinema.cornell.edu/honeyland

3, Sunday Fall Work Parties (2pm) @ Dilmun Hill Student Organic Farm

 

-Come help us with many different projects on the farm! Tasks include harvesting, transplanting, prepping the farm and beds for the fall, pruning, and weeding. Stop by and meet some friendly farm folks and get outside for a bit!