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  • SAT
    1

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Saturday Sep 1
    (All Day)

    https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=d8e8f4cc775e135dd3ddcb6c48257882&vqitq=c606ae02-cf84-4af4-8187-
    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

  • SAT
    1
    First Saturday on the Greater Ithaca Art Trail

    Saturday Sep 1
    11 pm - 4 am

    Individual Artist Studios
    Tompkins County, NY, USA

    Art studios are open to you! No cost - just visit!

    Find the list of participating artists and learn tons more at www.Arttrail.com. Go visit. It's cool to meet the artists and see their creative spaces! Thanks to P.W. Wood and Son for sponsoring this year's Greater Ithaca Art Trail

  • SUN
    2

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Sunday Sep 2
    (All Day)

    https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=d8e8f4cc775e135dd3ddcb6c48257882&vqitq=c606ae02-cf84-4af4-8187-
    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

  • MON
    3
    Labor Day
  • FRI
    7

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Friday Sep 7
    (All Day)

    https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=d8e8f4cc775e135dd3ddcb6c48257882&vqitq=c606ae02-cf84-4af4-8187-
    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

  • FRI
    7

    Opening Reception ~ "James Spitznagel and David Watkins

    Friday Sep 7
    5 pm - 8 pm

    state of the art gallery
    120 W State St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

        Show title:  James Spitznagel and David Watkins   This two-person show features work with both similarities in artistic processes and differences in the final images:  David starts with a photograph. James starts with a drawing.   The process is about developing mood and intimate versions of each artist’s personal vision. Show dates:  Sept. 5-30, 2018; opening reception, Friday, September 7, 5-8pm. State of the Art is at 120 W Martin Luther King, Jr./State St. with curbside parking and ADA accessibility. Hours:  Wed.-Fri., 12-6pm, Sat.&Sun., 12-5pm. 607-277-1626,  www.soagithaca.org        

  • FRI
    7
    Gallery Night: Victoria Romanoff (sculpture) & Gillian Pederson-Krag (painting)

    Friday Sep 7
    7 pm - 10 pm

    CAP ArtSpace

    Presenting a two person show of representational paintings and assemblage sculptures. While both these artists have different media and subject matter, they share the same artistic ideals that they started with at the Rhode Island School of Design. The Community Arts Partnership thanks the Tompkins Trust Company for their generous sponsorship of the CAP ArtSpace and C.S.P. Management for sponsoring this exhibit.

     

  • SAT
    8

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Saturday Sep 8
    (All Day)

    https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=d8e8f4cc775e135dd3ddcb6c48257882&vqitq=c606ae02-cf84-4af4-8187-
    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

  • SUN
    9
    GrandParents' Day
  • SUN
    9

    The Missing Chapter: A Headphone Walking Play

    Sunday Sep 9
    (All Day)

    https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=d8e8f4cc775e135dd3ddcb6c48257882&vqitq=c606ae02-cf84-4af4-8187-
    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
    11
    Patriot Day
  • WED
    12
    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.

     

  • SUN
    16

    FALL GERMAN FEST 2018

    Sunday Sep 16
    12 pm - 6 pm

    All Saints Church
    347 Ridge Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    Don't miss out on an afternoon of family, food, and fun!  There will a fabulous German  meal available from 12 -3 PM, including a kids option and take out, games and activities, a silent auction, $500 raffle, German polka dancing from 3-4 PM,  and plenty of socializing until 6 PM.

    Recommended donations are $15/person or $50/family of 4 or more.

    Come join us for great food and family fun!

     

     

  • SUN
    16

    Village of Lansing Parks Dedication

    Sunday Sep 16
    1 pm - 3 pm

    New Marian Hartill Park

    Village of Lansing
    Parks Dedication
    Sunday, September 16, 2018 1:00 to 3:00 PM Marian Hartill Village Park (Toward western end of Northwood Drive –
    south side of the street) Food and Beverages Provided Please bring lawn chairs! We will dedicate the Village’s three new parks: Marian Hartill Park
    Ned Hickey Park
    Global Village Park Please plan to attend and
    help celebrate our new parks!

  • THU
    20
    Partly cloudy skies
    65°/65°
  • THU
    20

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Thursday Sep 20
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • FRI
    21
    Overcast skies
    76°/65°
  • FRI
    21
    LUMC Fall Rummage Sale

    Friday Sep 21
    (All Day)

    Lansing United Methodist Church
    32 Brickyard Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    LANSING UNITED METHODIST CHURCH will hold its Annual Fall Rummage Sale Friday, September 21, 8 a.m. (outside) 9 a.m. (inside) to 6 p.m.; and Saturday, September 22, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The location is on Route 34B and Brickyard Road, six miles north of Ithaca, one mile north of the light in South Lansing. The sale features clothing and accessories for all ages, furniture, tools, housewares, crafts, costumes, toys, games, sports equipment, books, computers, and lots more. Bargains abound in this long running community recycling project. $1.00/ bag clearance on Saturday! Come and bring your friends for truckloads of treasures!

     

    Donations

    Donations may be dropped off Sunday, September 16 at 3 p.m. through Tuesday, September 18 at 6 p.m. Please do not drop off televisions, appliances, sleeper sofas, mattresses, pillows, magazines, infant/toddlers car seats, exercise equipment or encyclopedias.

  • FRI
    21

    Quilting for the Seasons - 2018 quilt show

    Friday Sep 21
    12 pm - 5 pm

    Locke NY Fairgrounds

    Quilting for the Seasons – Quilt Show 2018

    Presented by the Piecemakers Quilt Guild of Moravia, NY

    September 21-23, 2018

    Hours: Friday noon-5pm; Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm

    Locke Fairgrounds: 1050-1060 New York State Route 38, Locke, NY 13092

    Raffle quilt, vendors, quilt turning, demos, much more!

    Great lunch available!

    Admission $5

    More information: Show Coordinator: Pat Dillon 315-729-3015

     

  • FRI
    21

    28th Annual POW/MIA Watch Fire

    Friday Sep 21
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Myers Park

    Finger Lakes Chapter 377, Vietnam Veterans of America will be holding their Annual Prisoner of War/ Mising in Action sybolic Watch Fire to honor all the men in our military that are still listed as Missing in Action from America's many wars. The event begins at 7pm on National POW/MIA Day, Friday, September 21, 2018, at Meyers Park in the Town of Lansing.

    There will be a short ceremony that begins at 7pm to honor 104 New Yorkers that are still reported as Missing in Action in Vietnam, followed up by the lighting of the fire. This event is free and open to the public. Also, if you have old, worn and tattered American flags, bring them to the fire for proper disposal.

  • FRI
    21

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Friday Sep 21
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • SAT
    22
    Patchy rain possible
    75°/66°
  • SAT
    22

    Museum of the Earth’s Fabulous Fifteenth Birthday Party!

    Saturday Sep 22
    10 am - 5 pm

    Museum of the Earth

    A 15th birthday party of Jurassic proportions at Museum of the Earth! Enjoy free admission, fun for everyone, our "Secrets of the Skull" special exhibit, and cake! Events include: scavenger hunts throughout the day, Storytime for the young ones at 11 am, Professor Matt Pritchard discussing the new book “Gorges History: Landscapes and Geology of the Finger Lakes Region” by the late Professor Arthur Bloom at noon, and birthday cake at 2 pm.

  • SAT
    22

    Quilting for the Seasons - 2018 quilt show

    Saturday Sep 22
    12 pm - 5 pm

    Locke NY Fairgrounds

    Quilting for the Seasons – Quilt Show 2018

    Presented by the Piecemakers Quilt Guild of Moravia, NY

    September 21-23, 2018

    Hours: Friday noon-5pm; Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm

    Locke Fairgrounds: 1050-1060 New York State Route 38, Locke, NY 13092

    Raffle quilt, vendors, quilt turning, demos, much more!

    Great lunch available!

    Admission $5

    More information: Show Coordinator: Pat Dillon 315-729-3015

     

  • SAT
    22

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Saturday Sep 22
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • SUN
    23
    Clear skies
    65°/50°
  • SUN
    23

    Quilting for the Seasons - 2018 quilt show

    Sunday Sep 23
    12 pm - 5 pm

    Locke NY Fairgrounds

    Quilting for the Seasons – Quilt Show 2018

    Presented by the Piecemakers Quilt Guild of Moravia, NY

    September 21-23, 2018

    Hours: Friday noon-5pm; Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm

    Locke Fairgrounds: 1050-1060 New York State Route 38, Locke, NY 13092

    Raffle quilt, vendors, quilt turning, demos, much more!

    Great lunch available!

    Admission $5

    More information: Show Coordinator: Pat Dillon 315-729-3015

     

  • SUN
    23

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Sunday Sep 23
    3 pm - 4:45 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • MON
    24
    Clear skies
    65°/48°
  • MON
    24
    Lansing Food Pantry

    Monday Sep 24
    1 pm - 3 pm

    The Rink

    The Lansing Food Pantry, Monday, September 24th from 1-3pm at The Rink, 1767 E. Shore Drive, Lansing, NY.  For questions call Nancy Myers 607-592-4685.

  • TUE
    25
    Overcast skies
    72°/56°
  • WED
    26
    Light rain
    83°/55°
  • WED
    26

    History and Science of Craft Beverages

    Wednesday Sep 26
    5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

    Sciencenter
    601 1st St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    History, geology, and chemistry all converge to tell the story behind the flavors of craft beverages in the Finger Lakes. Sponsored by the Museum of the Earth, the History Center in Tompkins County, the Sciencenter, and Experience! The Finger Lakes, this four-part series will stimulate your palate and your mind.

    Each session begins with a reception led by Sommelier, Laura Winter Falk, of Experience! The Finger Lakes where you will enjoy tasting samples of the featured libation paired with locally-sourced edibles followed by an engaging presentation by a top Finger Lakes craft producer.

    SCHEDULE:

    April 4 - Wine and Geology at Museum of the Earth
    Guided wine and cheese pairing reception with Sommelier Laura Winter Falk of Experience! The Finger Lakes
    Presentation by Vineyard Manager, Dave Weimann of Sheldrake Point Vineyard

    June 6 - The History of New York State Cider at The History Center in Tompkins County
    Guided cider and food pairing reception with Sommelier Laura Winter Falk of Experience! The Finger Lakes
    Presentation by Owner and Grower, Melissa Madden of Finger Lakes Cider House at Good Life Farm

    September 26- The Science of Beer Making at the Sciencenter
    Guided beer and food pairing reception with Sommelier Laura Winter Falk of Experience! The Finger Lakes
    Presentation by Owner and Brewer, Ian Conboy of Lucky Hare Brewing

    December 12 - The Science of Food Pairing at Coltivare
    Guided Craft Beverage and Food pairing presentation with Sommelier Laura Winter Falk of Experience! The Finger Lakes

    5:30 - 6:30 pm: Reception

    6:30 - 7:30 pm: Presentation

  • THU
    27

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Thursday Sep 27
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • FRI
    28

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Friday Sep 28
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • SAT
    29

    Lisa's Run 5K

    Saturday Sep 29
    9 am - 11 am

    Myers Park, Lansing NY

    Lisa's Run is a flat fast course that follows paved and dirt roads around Myers Park and Salt Point. The run/walk starts and finished at Myers Park. All run proceeds benefit the Last Foundation.

    The Last Foundation is a not for profit organization created in the memory of Lisa Ann Sweazey Topoleski which financially assists local families battling cancer and provides scholarships to graduating Lansing High School Students.

    Join us for this fun, family event!

  • SAT
    29

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Saturday Sep 29
    7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.

  • SUN
    30

    7th Annual Fox Trot 5K Trail Run

    Sunday Sep 30
    9 am - 11 am

    Cayuga Nature Center

    Come join us for the 7th annual Fox Trot 5K Trail Run, a fun run inspired by Daisy, our Red Fox ambassador! The race is considered moderately difficult with stretches in the field and woods, flat and hilly. Day of Race Registration will be from 8:00am-8:45am, and the race will begin at 9:00am. After the 5K trail run join us for the Kids' Fox Chase! Starting about 10:15am -- kids (8 and under) will have the fun opportunity to chase our "fox" (Dayna Jorgenson, Director of Nature Center Programs) around the field. The award ceremony will begin at 10:45am. Remember to wear your best fox attire for as chance to win the "Daisy Duplicate" award.

    Race registration will be capped at 115 runners. You can pre-register today, or right up until the night before race, to be sure to have a spot in the race. To register, go to https://www.givegab.com/campaigns/7th-annual-fox-trot-5k-trail-run

  • SUN
    30

    George Kaplan (US Premiere!)

    Sunday Sep 30
    3 pm - 4:45 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A dark comedy. A thriller. A hoax. One of the most celebrated plays to emerge from Europe this decade.

    U.S. Première! Named for the fictional spy in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, GEORGE KAPLAN, by Frédéric Sonntag, is at once a dark comedy, a spy thriller and a dizzying investigation into the ways fictional narratives affect political narrative, and even alter our concept of identity itself. GEORGE KAPLAN has been produced throughout Europe and Latin America, and has been translated into a dozen languages. The Cherry Arts is thrilled to be presenting its English-language première, in a new translation by Artistic Director Sam Buggeln.

    WITH:
    Elizabeth Mozer*
    Dean Robinson*
    Josh Sedelmeyer
    Erica Steinhagen*
    Jacob Garrett White*

    (*member, Actors' Equity Association)

    Production sponsors include, Cinemapolis, Miller Mayer, and Fingerlakes Wealth Management.

    Additional video elements provided by Arte Urbana Collectif / Арте Урбана Колектив and Dimitar Uzunov. George Kaplan contains elements that may be triggering to some audience members. If you are vulnerable to specific triggers and want to know more, please contact info@thecherry.org.






 
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