Week of September 9 2018
  • SUN
    GrandParents' Day
  • SUN

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Sunday Sep 9
    (All Day)
    Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    The Cherry’s premiere production of the 2018/19 season!  The Missing Chapter by Katie Marks & Aoise Stratford is a brand new “headphone walking play” based on Ithaca’s silent film past, produced in collaboration with Wharton Studio Museum with support from Friends of Stewart Park. Running August 31–September 9. Walks last approximately one hour and begin at the Stewart Park Pavilion every 15 minutes.

    In The Missing Chapter, text, dialogue, music, and sound effects interweave to create an immersive theatrical experience unlike anything else in Ithaca. Audiences will wend their way through Stewart Park as they uncover missing chapters of Ithaca’s silent film history. Travel back to the days of the Women’s Suffrage movement with Wharton Studio’s silent film heroine Beatrice Fairfax—advice columnist for the lovelorn and amateur sleuth! Solve the Mystery of the Missing Chapter, and discover a fascinating piece of Ithaca’s geography and heritage that’s been hiding in plain sight.

    Audience members who participated in Storm Country, The Cherry’s original headphone walking play, will recall the thrill of traversing Ithaca on foot* while being immersed in a theatrical experience like no other.

    The Missing Chapter experience is wheelchair-accessible

  • TUE
    Patriot Day
  • WED
    Lansing Senior Meet September 12

    Wednesday Sep 12
    12 pm - 2 pm

    The Lansing Senior Citizens will meet at noon on Wednesday, September 12 at All Saints Community Room, 347 Ridge Road in Lansing. A dish-to-pass lunch will be available and everyone is welcome to attend. Please bring a dish-to-pass along with your table service. Coffee, tea and ice water are provided.

    New members are encouraged to attend their first meeting free and membership for a year is only $5.00. Membership is not limited to Lansing residents and is open to any senior age 62 and over.


    Performing this month will consist of Finnish and American folk tunes with Michael Ludgate on mandolin, Katrina Mackey, fiddle and Richard Koski playing accordion. Sure to be an enjoyable afternoon.


    Lansing Seniors sponsor annual gifts to Lansing High School for a scholarship awarded to an outstanding graduating Senior and also support Hospicare with a benefit auction each November.

    Trips are offered at discounted rates throughout the year and picnics are held at Myers Park each July and August. Call Carol Halseth (533-7725) or Pat Sawyer (272-5349) for additional information.


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