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Monday, May 2, 201605/02/2016

Get ready to give Wednesday

From the Community Foundation of Tompkins County, George Ferrari invites the entire community to get involved in Giving is Gorges Day this Wednesday.

305 graduates from the Ithaca High School Class of 2014 tossed their hats in the air at the Ithaca College Athletics and Events Center (photo: Peter Blanchard)

Monday, May 2, 201605/02/2016

Thoughts of an autism educator

Teacher’s Assistant at Caroline Elementary and long-time autism educator Paul Machlin examines what an autism diagnosis means for families and how that diagnosis and treatment continues to evolve.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Paloma provokes at the Kitchen

The cast of Paloma at the Kitchen Theatre investigate the underlying themes of their performance while trying to keep a lid on any spoilers from this never-so-simple love story.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Acting Out hosts Curves Ahead

Darcy Rose from Acting Out New York welcomes you to Curves Ahead, Saturday starting at 6pm, featuring 7 plays from 7 female playwrights.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Pac Mama tomorrow in Homer

Jason McRae from Stupid Choppers invites you to Pac Mama’s Family FUNdraiser to support Kimberly McRae Friedman, Saturday from 10 to 5pm at the Homer Elk’s Lodge.

Music Concert

Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

The Deans go to court Sunday

John Dean from Dean’s List previews their performance on Sunday as part of the Concerts in the Courtroom series at the Lansing Town Hall.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Grilling with Jeremy

Jeremy Kolakowski from Wegmans has a healthy breakfast with cold-brewed coffee, as well as the best way to grill the tastiest meats.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Giving is Gorges

Charlie Mulligan from is recruiting not-for-profits in our community for the second Giving is Gorges Day next Wednesday.


Friday, April 29, 201604/29/2016

Veggies & Varietals (& Vino)

Executive Director of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail Paul Thomas invites you to their inaugural Veggies & Varietals celebration next Saturday.


Wednesday, April 27, 201604/27/2016

Spring Writes (& reads) all weekend

Program Director of the Community Arts Partnership Robin Schwartz invites book lovers to enjoy the 7th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival: 4 days, 10 locations, and more than 30 events for readers, writers, publishers, and beautiful bookworms!

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