May 28 Sunday
Friends of the Tompkins County Public Library Spring Book Sale at the Regina C. Lennox Building, 509 Esty St, Ithaca on 3 long weekends: May 6-8, 13-15, 20-23, hours: 10am-8pm. Offering up to 250,000 gently used books, DVDs, CDs, puzzles, games & more, sorted into over 70 subjects for easy shopping. Prices start low and drop each weekend. Senior and Student day will be on Wednesday, May 17, when seniors (age 60+) and anyone with a disability may shop from 10am to 4pm, and Students (age 16+ with school ID) can shop 4-8pm. On the final weekend of the sale, prices start at 50 cents and drop daily. On Monday, May 22, all items on the main floor are just 10 cents each. On Tuesday, May 23, BYO reusable shopping bag and fill it up for $1. For more information, visit www.booksale.org.
May 29 Monday
May 31 Wednesday
ARE YOU WORRIED HOW TO PASS THE NATURALIZATION EXAM?DO YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE INTERVIEW PROCESS? JOIN US AT THE ACA EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 10:50AM FOR FREE CITIZENSHIP CLASSES!MAKE SURE TO ATTEND 8 CLASSES AND RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION!
Jun 01 Thursday
This is going to be about "Know Your Rights" Tenant/Rentar workshop, it is intended to help the immigrants in our community understand their rights while signing rental agreements, such as: rent increase, repairs and evictions protection. The attorney presenter will be helping the attendees with any questions they may have in this regards, there will be one on one consultation time afterwards to assist the attendees understand their lease or any other concerns they may have.
Jun 02 Friday
Join us for June 2023’s First Friday Gallery Night in our guest gallery lounge from 4-7pm on Friday, June 2nd! We are thrilled to host local oil painting master, Alan Pollack. He has been a professional artist for 30+ years and this exhibition will primarily showcase his pop-surrealist pieces. Most of his recent work can be seen within the Magic the Gathering and Sorcery collectible card games, as well as the WOWXWOW online gallery and select sci-fi book covers. An art celebrity in our midst!
Gallery Night: Friday, June 2, 5pm to 8pm.Present Conversations is A Visual Expression of Culture and Art featuring a group of POC and Indigenous artists. The exhibit interprets the past, present and future through each artist’s unique culture. The June 2023 Show features Al Tejera, Brandon Lazore, Cayetano Valenzuela, Cruz Newman, Loreto Molina, Priya Sirohi, Samantha Jacobs, Suzanne Onodera, Travis Mammedaty and curating artists Michael Jon Morgan and Yen Ospina.Come join us for our June Exhibit at the Cap ArtSpace! Located at 110 N Tioga St, middle of the commons! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to meet the artists! Facebook.com/presentconvos Instagram.com/IthacapresentconvosThe History Center in Tompkins County is serving as the fiscal and space sponsor for this exhibit and supporting the collaboration and organizing partners including Yen Ospina, Michael Jon Morgan Gallery, The Learning Farm, CNY Humanities Corridor, Eve's Cidery, Redbyrd Orchard Cider, and Open Spaces Cider.
Civic Ensemble presents the world premiere of Fertile Grounds by Katie Ka Vang, directed by Carley Robinson.
Fertile Grounds is the powerful story of loss, grief, healing, and connection. This world premiere community-based play, written by Katie Ka Vang, invites the audience onto a BIPOC farming cooperative to explore what it means to be well, and to heal.
The play will be presented at two venues:
June 2nd-4th: The Soil Factory (142 Ithaca Beer Dr, Ithaca, NY 14850)
June 9th-11th: Community School of Music and Arts (330 E State St, Ithaca, NY 14850)
Audience advisory: Please note that this play contains mature themes of death of a loved one and grief, as well as exploration of one's relationship to or disconnection from land.
The production will run approximately two hours with intermission.
For questions about accessibility, please contact Julia Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-241-0195
Learn more about this production at https://www.civicensemble.org/fertilegrounds
Doors open at 6 Concert Starts at 7
No Tickets Necessary Free Will Offering will be taken
Snacks and Beverages will be available
More info 607-648-8076 (Day of Concert only)
Jun 03 Saturday
Jun 04 Sunday