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  • THU
    3

    Spring Writes Literary Festival

    Thursday May 3
    (All Day)

    Downtown Ithaca

    The 9th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival hosts over 47 literary themed events, with 120 writers, at 10 locations – all in downtown Ithaca over four days. There are workshops, panels, readings, play readings, performances and more!. No fee and no registration required. Just come (and spread the word)! Spring Writes Literary Festival is a program of the Community Arts Partnership.

    Find the full schedule at www.SpringWrites.org

  • FRI
    4

    Spring Writes Literary Festival

    Friday May 4
    (All Day)

    Downtown Ithaca

    The 9th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival hosts over 47 literary themed events, with 120 writers, at 10 locations – all in downtown Ithaca over four days. There are workshops, panels, readings, play readings, performances and more!. No fee and no registration required. Just come (and spread the word)! Spring Writes Literary Festival is a program of the Community Arts Partnership.

    Find the full schedule at www.SpringWrites.org

  • FRI
    4

    Vinyasa Flow Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 4
    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
    4

    Inspire the Fire Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 4
    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

  • FRI
    4
    MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU

    Friday May 4
    4 pm - 6 pm

    TCPL Borg Warner room

    Celebrate Star Wars Day with a pool-noodle light saber battle. 

    Registration required.

    Registration for this event will close on May 4, 2018 @ 4:00pm. Allowed Grades: 6th Grade to 12th Grade register here: http://www.tcpl.org/events/may-fourth-be-you

  • FRI
    4

    Gallery Night: Patricia Brown and Lisa Harris “Counting”

    Friday May 4
    5 pm - 8 pm

    CAP ArtSpace

    This exhibit is a product of a collaboration between visual artist Patricia Brown and poet Lisa Harris. Harris's poems are a series of meditations on the numbers 0-12. Brown’s drawings and paintings, created while a dancing model moved to the poems, expand and explore words coming to life. A poetry reading and artist talk will also take place during CAP's Spring Writes Festival.

    Thanks to the Tompkins Trust Company for sponsoring 2018 exhibits at the CAP ArtSpace!!

  • FRI
    4
    Opening Reception ~ "Roots - Real and Remembered"

    Friday May 4
    5 pm - 8 pm

    State of the Art gallery

    “Roots – Real and Remembered,” a show of sculpture and cross-stitched work by Eva M. Capobianco, will be held at State of the Art Gallery during May. "Real" roots were acquired from walks in nature; "Remembered" roots are memories from her past.

    Show dates: May 2-27, 2018, with a reception for the artist, Friday, May 4 from 5-8pm. 120 W. Martin Luther King, Jr./State Street, Ithaca, with curbside parking and ADA accessibility. Hours: Wed.-Fri., 12-6pm and Sat. & Sun., 12-5pm. Contact information: 607-277-1626 and  www.soagithaca.org

  • FRI
    4

    MAMA

    Friday May 4
    6 pm - 8 pm

    Creative Space Gallery

    Ithaca College is excited to announce MAMA, an exhibition curated by the theories of art practice class. Featuring works by Ithaca College students. There will be an opening receptio on May 4th from 6-8 with live music and refreshments, as well as open gallery hours on May 5th and 6th from 12-5.

  • SAT
    5

    Spring Writes Literary Festival

    Saturday May 5
    (All Day)

    Downtown Ithaca

    The 9th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival hosts over 47 literary themed events, with 120 writers, at 10 locations – all in downtown Ithaca over four days. There are workshops, panels, readings, play readings, performances and more!. No fee and no registration required. Just come (and spread the word)! Spring Writes Literary Festival is a program of the Community Arts Partnership.

    Find the full schedule at www.SpringWrites.org

  • SAT
    5

    Radiance Meditation at The Yoga Farm

    Saturday May 5
    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

  • SAT
    5

    Romantically Inclined: Music from the Heart - Spring Concert of the Ithaca Community Orchestra

    Saturday May 5
    4 pm - 5:30 pm

    Hangar Theatre

    The Ithaca Community Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Madeline Schatz-Harris, will present a concert entitled Romantically Inclined: Music from the Heart at 4PM on May 5th at the Hangar Theatre. This concert will feature three soloists as well as the World Premiere of Fragments, a work composed (and conducted) by the orchestra’s own Alexandria Kemp. Soprano Tamara Acosta will perform the “Letter Scene” from Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin. Student soloists Owen Cummings and Miranda Werner will perform the first movement of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto in B minor, and the Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saëns, respectively. In addition, Dr. Schatz-Harris will lead the orchestra in The Hebrides Overture by Mendelssohn. The program will also feature Wagner’s Prelude to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg under the direction of assistant conductor, Aaron Burgess. The public is invited to attend a reception held directly after the concert. A recommended donation of $7 will be accepted at the door, and children are admitted free of charge.

     

  • SAT
    5

    MAMA

    Saturday May 5
    6 pm - 8 pm

    Creative Space Gallery

    Ithaca College is excited to announce MAMA, an exhibition curated by the theories of art practice class. Featuring works by Ithaca College students. There will be an opening receptio on May 4th from 6-8 with live music and refreshments, as well as open gallery hours on May 5th and 6th from 12-5.

  • SAT
    5

    First Saturday on the Greater Ithaca Art Trail

    Saturday May 5
    11 pm - 4 am

    Artist Studios in Tompkins County

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

    Find the list of artists participating this month, 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
    6

    Spring Writes Literary Festival

    Sunday May 6
    (All Day)

    Downtown Ithaca

    The 9th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival hosts over 47 literary themed events, with 120 writers, at 10 locations – all in downtown Ithaca over four days. There are workshops, panels, readings, play readings, performances and more!. No fee and no registration required. Just come (and spread the word)! Spring Writes Literary Festival is a program of the Community Arts Partnership.

    Find the full schedule at www.SpringWrites.org

  • SUN
    6

    MAMA

    Sunday May 6
    6 pm - 8 pm

    Creative Space Gallery

    Ithaca College is excited to announce MAMA, an exhibition curated by the theories of art practice class. Featuring works by Ithaca College students. There will be an opening receptio on May 4th from 6-8 with live music and refreshments, as well as open gallery hours on May 5th and 6th from 12-5.

  • TUE
    8
    Young Adult Cancer Group

    Tuesday May 8
    2 pm - 3 pm

    The Young Adult Group at the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes (www.crcfl.net) meets the second and fourth Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. at the CRC house: 612 W. State St., in Ithaca. If you are between the ages of 20 and 40ish, at any stage of any type of cancer, whether you’re just diagnosed, undergoing treatment, or in recovery, we’d love to have you join us.

     

  • TUE
    8

    Empower Yourself to Achieve Life Balance

    Tuesday May 8
    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

    Lansing Community Library

    Tired of feeling stress, fatigue, and frustration? Do you have a lack of fulfillment in your life? Are you on auto-pilot?

    For this introductory session, we will be exploring:

    • What life balance is
    • The cost of being out of balance
    • The fulfillment of being in balance  and why it is important
    • Empowering yourself to achieve balance

    This session will be an informal circle discussion. Not only will you get lots of useful information with tips and techniques, but it will be a chance to meet other wonderful ladies who share the same interest in your community. Don’t forget to bring a friend!

    Questions? Call 607-319-2488 or email me at findyourfreedom@essence-experience.com.

    Hope to see you there!

    Michele

  • WED
    9

    "Mulan"

    Wednesday May 9
    6:30 pm - 8:15 pm

    Lansing MIddle School Auditorium

    theaterLANSING MIDDLE SCHOOL proudly presents "The Legend of Mulan" on May 9, 10 11 at 6:30 p.m. and on May 12th at noon.  General Admission Tickets are $7 and available at the door.  Appropriate for the entire family.  

  • THU
    10

    "Mulan"

    Thursday May 10
    6:30 pm - 8:15 pm

    Lansing MIddle School Auditorium

    theaterLANSING MIDDLE SCHOOL proudly presents "The Legend of Mulan" on May 9, 10 11 at 6:30 p.m. and on May 12th at noon.  General Admission Tickets are $7 and available at the door.  Appropriate for the entire family.  

  • FRI
    11

    Vinyasa Flow Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 11
    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
    11

    Inspire the Fire Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 11
    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

  • FRI
    11

    "Mulan"

    Friday May 11
    6:30 pm - 8:15 pm

    Lansing MIddle School Auditorium

    theaterLANSING MIDDLE SCHOOL proudly presents "The Legend of Mulan" on May 9, 10 11 at 6:30 p.m. and on May 12th at noon.  General Admission Tickets are $7 and available at the door.  Appropriate for the entire family.  

  • FRI
    11
    Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers present free concert May 11

    Friday May 11
    7:30 pm - 9 pm

    State Theatre of Ithaca

    The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers (DCJS) will present the free concert “The Quilt Speaks: Signs and Symbols from the Underground Railroad” at 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 11 at the State Theatre, 107 W. State Street, Ithaca.

    Based in Ithaca, NY, DCJS is a diverse chorus of some 80 singers who perform locally and throughout the region – most recently at the Clemens Center in Elmira, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and in Brooklyn, NY. As a nonprofit organization, their mission is to preserve the Negro Spiritual and the use of its themes of sorrow, despair, and hope to promote racial healing and social justice. Founding director Dr. Baruch Whitehead, associate professor of music education at Ithaca College, not only conducts this soulful music but also shows how some songs had hidden meanings or special significance to the enslaved Africans who first sang them.

    The chorus is unique in that it’s comprised of members of different ages (18-80), heritages and backgrounds: almost 20 Ithaca College voice students, who perform many of the solos; numerous Cornell and Ithaca College deans, faculty, staff, alumni and retirees; and a host of community members (a farmer, physician, retired opera singer, dining and library clerks, veterinarian, attorney, and more).

    DCJS is named in honor of civil rights pioneer Dorothy Cotton, an Ithaca resident who worked in Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s inner circle as education director in the 1960s. In 2007 the U.S. Congress officially designated African American spirituals a “national treasure.”

    The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers sponsors include The Hess Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County, the Community Arts Partnership, the Tompkins County Tourism Program, and the Legacy Foundation of Tompkins County.

    The concert is free with suggested donations.

  • SAT
    12

    Radiance Meditation at The Yoga Farm

    Saturday May 12
    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

  • SAT
    12

    Treleaven's Sweeter Side

    Saturday May 12
    10 am - 5 pm

    Treleaven Wines

    Mother’s Day is right around the corner and if you’ve forgotten or haven’t made plans yet for that important woman in your life, it’s not too late! Pamper and treat the deserving mother, grandmother, sister or aunt to a day of wine, sweets and arts & crafts at the Sweeter Side, Saturday, May 12 from 10am–5pm.

    The day’s event includes…

    Wine & Sweets Pairing:
    - $8 per person, includes five wines paired with five sweets from How Sweet It Is.
    - The pairing event will begin at 10am, and run until all sweets have been sold.
    - LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE SO ADVANCED RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED. To reserve your tickets for the event, click HERE. Tickets will be sold at the door if available.

    Sunflower Pallet Painting Session:
    - $40 per person, includes all equipment and instruction courtesy ofWine & Design
    - Registration at 12:45 p.m. Painting session runs from 1pm-3pm.
    - With the purchase of a ticket, all participants receive HALF OFF a wine and sweets pairing ticket.
    - LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE SO ADVANCED RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. To reserve your tickets for the event, click HERE

    No Sweet Tooth or Artistic Abilities?
    - FREE live music feat. Charlie Ellis Guitar starting at Noon.
    - Tasty eats from Alexander's Food Truck.
    - Treleaven wines, local craft beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be available to enjoy. 

    Questions? Please call 315.364.5100 or email info@treleavenwines.com. 

    * Admission to winery and music is free. Painting session and wine & sweets pairing requires a ticket.
    * No outside food or alcohol will be permitted.

  • SAT
    12

    Finger Lakes Pottery Tour

    Saturday May 12
    10 am - 5 pm

    3 pottery studios in and surrounding Ithaca

    May 12th Sat. 10-5

    May 13th Sun 11-4

    First annual free, self-guided pottery tour. Visit 3 studios, meet 18 potters.

    Locations in Ithaca, Danby and Mecklenburg. Pottery for sale, pottery demonstrations, food trucks and fresh flowers a la carte. For map and tour details visit www.fingerlakespotterytour.com

  • SAT
    12
    "Mulan"

    Saturday May 12
    12 pm - 1:45 pm

    Lansing Middle School Auditorium

    LANSING MIDDLE SCHOOL proudly presents "The Legend of Mulan" on May 12th at noon.  General Admission Tickets are $7 and available at the door.  Appropriate for the entire family.  

  • SAT
    12
    Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber Singers’ Spring Concert

    Saturday May 12
    8 pm - 10 pm

    St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Ithaca

    The Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber Singers, with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, and under the direction of Gerald Wolfe will give a performance of Antonin Reicha’s Requiem. In addition the Chamber Singers will sing Charles Gounod’s Messe Chorale.

    Tickets: Adults: $15 in advance, $20 at the door; Students: $5; Children under 12 Free

    Tickets and more information available on line at ACIthaca.org

     

  • 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

  • MON
    21
    Lansing Food Pantry

    Monday May 21
    1 pm - 3 pm

    Lansing Food Pantry, Monday, May 21 from 1-3 pm at The Rink, 1767 East Shore Drive, Lansing, NY.  For information please call Nancy Myers at 607-592-4685.

  • TUE
    22
    Young Adult Cancer Group

    Tuesday May 22
    2 pm - 3 pm

    The Young Adult Group at the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes (www.crcfl.net) meets the second and fourth Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. at the CRC house: 612 W. State St., in Ithaca. If you are between the ages of 20 and 40ish, at any stage of any type of cancer, whether you’re just diagnosed, undergoing treatment, or in recovery, we’d love to have you join us.

     

  • FRI
    25

    Vinyasa Flow Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 25
    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
    25

    Inspire the Fire Yoga at The Yoga Farm

    Friday May 25
    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
    26
    Partly cloudy skies
    82°/65°
  • SAT
    26

    Radiance Meditation at The Yoga Farm

    Saturday May 26
    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

  • SUN
    27
    Partly cloudy skies
    71°/64°
  • MON
    28
    Cloudy skies
    82°/61°
  • MON
    28
    Memorial Day
  • TUE
    29
    Mist
    81°/63°
  • TUE
    29

    What are scientists learning from Lansing’s birds?

    Tuesday May 29
    7 pm - 8:30 pm

    Lansing Town Hall

      Wildlife biologist and Lansing resident Robyn Bailey will present some of her research on birds that has been carried out in Lansing and the surrounding areas. She will tie this in with some “big picture” questions in ornithology, which she also researches with the help of citizen scientists across the country. Come learn about some of our local birds, find out what’s been nesting in those nest boxes you see throughout Lansing, and find out how you can help birds in your yard, too! 

  • WED
    30
    Clear skies
    82°/55°
  • THU
    31
    Overcast skies
    75°/59°
  • THU
    31

    Art@BTI: Photography Reception

    Thursday May 31
    5 pm - 7 pm

    Boyce Thompson Institute

    Join the Boyce Thompson Institute for a free reception to celebrate our current Art@BTI exhibit, Juxtaposition of Light and Texture: Photography by Lotus Studios, Nancy Ridenour, Photographer.

    This event will feature:
    - Complementary wine bar and hors d’oeuvres courtesy of AGAVA
    - Presentation and Q&A session with the photographer, Nancy V. Ridenour
    - Presentation by BTI Associate Professor Joyce Van Eck on her ground cherry research
    - Raffle drawing (winner will receive a floral canvas print of their choice)

    This event is free and open to the public – space is limited so those planning to attend are encouraged to pre-register online, or call 607-288-2578. All attendees must be 21 and older.

    If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Marissa Zuckerman (mz457@cornell.edu) as soon as possible.

    This event is made possible thanks to Cayuga Landscape and AGAVA.






 
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