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  • SUN
    13
    Mother's Day
  • MON
    14
    Lansing Mobile Food Pantry

    Monday May 14
    10 am - 11 am

    Lansing Mobile Food Pantry, Monday, May 14 from 10-11 am at The Rink, 1767 East Shore Drive, Lansing, NY.  For information please call Nancy Myers at 607-592-4685.

  • TUE
    15
    Prospective Adoptive, Foster and Respite Parent Informational Meeting

    Tuesday May 15
    12 pm - 1 pm

    Department of Social Services

    Do you want to make a positive difference in the life of a child? If you are over 21 and have room in your heart and home or know someone who does? Then please, consider joining or spreading the word about our informational meetings to learn how to become a certified foster, adoptive or respite parent. We have significant need for homes for children of all ages and sibling groups. Our meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at the Human Services Building, 320 W. Martin Luther King Jr./State Street in Ithaca. If you are unable to attend and/or desire more information, please call 274-5266, so we can arrange a more convenient time for you to meet with our Home Finder.

  • TUE
    15
    Women Are Building Community: New News & A Bold Future

    Tuesday May 15
    4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

    All Invited to Annual Meeting of City Federation of Women's Organizations
     
    Tuesday, May 15, 4:30-5:30 pm  TCPL BorgWarner Room
     
    The City Federation of Women's Organizations (CFWO) invites the community to its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 15, entitled 'Women Are Building Community: New News & A Bold Future'.
     
    The 4:30 - 5:30 pm gathering in the Tompkins County Public Library BorgWarner Room will celebrate the fifth anniversary of CFWO's Women Building Community Grants and will include news about its future plans. New board members and officers will be elected, and outgoing ones honored. Light refreshments will be served.
     
    President Diane Shafer remarked: “It has been an amazing first five years.  The City Federation of Women’s Organizations has some new and exciting plans for the future to help serve the community better and address the issues facing women and girls of Tompkins County.  Our Annual Meeting will give us an opportunity to announce some changes to our grant making and the latest news.”
     
    For more information about the CFWO, visit womenbuildingcommunity.org. Its purpose is to act as a catalyst for the improvement of the lives of all women and girls in Tompkins County, thus making a contribution to the community as a whole.

  • FRI
    18

    Vinyasa Flow Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 18
    10 am - 11 am

    The Yoga Farm

    Our intermediate vinyasa flow yoga class brings together vinyasa flow yoga and energizing breathing to generate and sustain energy, clarity and radiance. Imagine waking every day living with a steady flow of energy and a capable body. 

    This class is a unique variation of vinyasa (flow) yoga, which links breath and movement in a dynamic yoga set that's sure to leave you energized and peaceful.

    Teacher: Mariko Azis

    Who this class is for: This intermediate class is appropriate for students with some yoga experience and a body that moves well.

    What are the results: This class gives you an experience beyond the limits of time and space—an experience of the depth of your soul and true identity. You’ll notice increased flexibility, expanded lung capacity, a strong core, and stress alleviation.

    Class capacity is limited to 25 students; please register to reserve your spot!

  • FRI
    18

    Inspire the Fire Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 18
    12 pm - 1 pm

    The Yoga Farm

    Generate some heat and feel your empowered body flow in this invigoraing one-hour yoga session. This class is a unique variation of vinyasa (flow) yoga, which links breath and movement in a dynamic yoga set that's sure to leave you energized and peaceful.

    Teacher: Mariko Azis

    Who this class is for: This is an intermediate class appropriate for students with some yoga experience and a body that moves well.

    What are the results: This class gives you an experience beyond the limits of time and space—an experience of the depth of your soul and true identity. You’ll notice increased flexibility, expanded lung capacity, a strong core, and stress alleviation.

    Class capacity is limited to 25 students; please register to reserve your spot!

    Register

  • SAT
    19
    Armed Forces Day
  • SAT
    19

    Radiance Meditation at The Yoga Farm

    Saturday May 19
    8 am - 8:45 am

    The Yoga Farm

    At Yoga Farm, we teach meditation for householders—people who live in the world, who have relatioships, jobs, families, houses, and to-do lists.

    In this weekly session, we work with a new Sutra from the book 'The Radiance Sutras' by Lorin Roche. Each Sutra is a beautiful exploration of one of the 'gateways' to meditation.

    From 8-8:15am we read, discuss and explore a Sutra, then we enjoy silent meditation  together until about 8:45. 

    This offering is FREE to the Public.

    Check out a preview video here: Introductory Video

    TeacherDaniela Hess and Christopher Grant






 
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