Apr 01 Saturday
Our Ukrainian Easter Bazaar will be here before you know it. Join us for all our delicious hot food and frozen take out. Shop the many wonderful crafts and traditional baked goods. Watch a Pysanky demonstration and take a church tour. Plenty to do for all ages.
We’re not April Fooling! The beloved Fiddlehead Frolic is back after a three-year Covid pause. Join Hands Four Dancers of Ithaca (HFDI) on Saturday, 1 April, 12:30-10:00 pm at Beverly J. Martin Elementary (302 West Buffalo St., Ithaca, NY) for a day of fantastic traditional social dancing. The transformational New England band Alchemy (Rachel Bell, Karen Axelrod, and Eric Martin) will headline for English Country and couples dances (1:00-3:00 pm) as well as afternoon (3:15-4:15 pm) and evening (7:00-10:00 pm) Contra dances. Vermont caller Sarah VanNorstrand and local caller Pamela Goddard will teach the dances. The ever-popular nonstop Contra Medley (4:30-5:00 pm) will feature local favorites the O’Shanigans (Margaret Ball, Katrina Mackey, Michael Ludgate, and Philip Robinson plus guests Anna DiPaola and Jude Panfil) and a dream team of callers. Beginners are welcome, with a 6:30 pm workshop to teach the basic steps and patterns. The O’Shanigans will also host an open instrumental jam (1:00-3:00 pm). Dinner break 5:00-6:30 pm, with lots options within walking distance.
Admission (member/nonmember/student) at the door: Afternoon only— $15/$18/$9; Evening only—$15/$18/$9; Entire Frolic—$25/$30/$15. Children under 12—free. Jamming only—free. Masks (N9, KN95) are required at all times. We encourage all participants to test for Covid the day of the event and be up-to-date on their vaccinations. No need to bring a partner, but please bring clean, soft-soled shoes to protect the floor and a water bottle. You can join HFDI at the door ($10/yr) for discounts on all our dances for 12 months.
Found & Favored Ministries and Orin & Shannon Taylor present 'The Story Tour' at TCC-DuBois on Saturday, March 25th. 'The Story Tour' is a night of engaging, entertaining and thought provoking stories that speak a powerful truth: That God is close to the broken hearted and that 'with Jesus, your story isn't over'! The evening features powerful God stories shared through song and video testimonies, along with compelling teachings and testimonies from our speakers: Suicide survivor and now pastor Travis Habbershon and ex-drug addict Allan Scott. Find more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.thestorytour.org. We hope to see you there!
Found & Favored Ministries and Jail Ministry of Otsego and Schoharie Counties present 'The Story Tour' at Foothills Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 1st. 'The Story Tour' is a night of engaging, entertaining and thought provoking stories that speak a powerful truth: That God is close to the broken hearted and that 'with Jesus, your story isn't over'! The evening features powerful God stories shared through song and video testimonies, along with compelling teachings and testimonies from our speakers: Suicide survivor and now pastor Travis Habbershon and ex-drug addict Allan Scott. Find more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.thestorytour.org. We hope to see you there!
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Apr 22 Saturday
Join the Southern Tier Orchid Society (STOS) for a weekend of stunning orchid displays. Enjoy informational displays, expert advice, raffles, orchids for sale, and more!
The show will feature displays from STOS, the Central New York Orchid Society (CNYOS) The Rochester Orchid Society (GROS), the Central Pennsylvania Orchid Society (CPOS) and our vendors:- Wade’s Orchids (Wade Hollenback)- Fair Orchids (Kim Feddersen)- J & L Orchids- Fragrex Orchids
Vendors will have many orchids for sale on both days. There will also be activities for children and a raffle of orchids in bloom. Society members will be available to answer all your orchid questions.
Tours of the orchid displays: Saturday at 1:00pm and 3:00pm and Sunday at 1:00pm.Orchid potting demonstration on Sunday at 1:30pm.
This event is FREE!
The show will be open Saturday from Noon - 5:00pm and Sunday from Noon - 4:00pm. We hope to see you there!
Come join us for a hearth cooking experience at the Patterson Inn on Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 1:00-3:00 pm. It will be a simple meal from the 1800s. Our guest cooks will demonstrate how to cook a historic meal using the hearth with your help. The participants will learn how to make a fire as well as actively be involved in the food preparation and cooking the meal to perfection. The afternoon will be filled with fun activities including a scavenger hunt at the Inn. The meal will be served from the hearth with all of the wonderful smells from the kitchen. Ticket sales are limited to 20 people. The cost is $50 per person. You can make reservations by calling the Office at 607 937-5281.
Apr 23 Sunday
Apr 24 Monday
VINES is a local nonprofit that helps people grow their own food at 22 Community Gardens across Broome County, employs teenagers year-round to help grow food for our community, and supports local farms while improving food access by distributing over 250 shares of produce to residents during the growing season. This unique Farm to Table dinner supports VINES' great work. The event kicks off with a cocktail hour and opening of the silent auction at 5:00 pm. Appetizers and dinner featuring a delicious spread of dishes prepared by Lost Dog’s chefs and sourced from local farmers will be served at 6:15pm. Gluten free and vegan options available. At 7:00 pm dessert and coffee will be served while VINES and other special guests make announcements. Entertainment will include live music and speakers. All proceeds support VINES’ programs! Tickets available on VINES' website: https://vinesgardens.org/spring-farm-to-table-dinner/
Apr 25 Tuesday
The 2023 Meta and John Spiegler Holocaust Remembrance Lecture takes place on April 25, 2023 at the Corning Museum of Glass, returning this year to a live presentation. Our speaker is Felice Zimmern Stokes, who was a hidden child in France during the Holocaust. There will be Q&A with the speaker after her presentation.
The event takes place Tuesday, April 25, 2023 at 7:00 PM promptly at the Corning Museum of Glass Auditorium. The lecture is open to all.
May 06 Saturday
Enjoy a night of pure imagination with Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Business casual attire. Whimsy, imagination & top hats encouraged! The 9th annual Dinner and Dessert auction supports women who have survived sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. The Potter's Hands Foundation is a non-profit that helps women heal and move forward in Western New York's only 12-month residential program dedicated to sexually trafficked survivors. Event is sponsored by Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream and Pangea Global Teahouse, both of Watkins Glen, NY.