• FRI
    1
    The Paul Gottschalk Memorial Lecture by Richard Rambuss: “Milton, Spenser, Shakespeare, and Carnival—New Orleans Style”

    Friday Nov 1
    4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

    Guerlac Room, A.D. White House
    27 East Ave, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

    The Paul Gottschalk Memorial Lecture by Richard Rambuss
    “Milton, Spenser, Shakespeare, and Carnival—New Orleans Style”
    Thursday, November 21, 4:30 p.m.
    Guerlac Room, A.D. White House

    Literature may be far from mind now when one thinks of what’s billed as the greatest bacchanal in the US: Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Yet a learned deployment of English literature—especially Renaissance literature—played a structuring role in a denotatively Anglo-American endeavor to appropriate and “elevate” Carnival traditions in multicultural New Orleans. This lecture focuses on the all-male, secret society Carnival organizations founded in the mid- to late-nineteenth century, beginning with the Mystick Krewe of Comus (named after Milton’s masque), which innovated the elaborate, expensive public parades and private tableaux balls for which New Orleans Carnival has come to be known. The themes for their fanciful, erudite Mardi Gras pageantry were often derived from poetry and drama. This lecture reflects upon the performative afterlife of English Renaissance literature in an American context. But it does so outside the usual Northeastern purview to consider Milton, Spenser, and Shakespeare in the Deep South—in New Orleans, which (as Robert D. Abrahams puts it) “has provided alternative ways of thinking about almost everything in American life.”

    Richard Rambuss is chair of the English Department at Brown University, where he is Nicholas Brown Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres. His teaching and writing travels back and forth between early modern literature and contemporary culture, especially film. Much of his interest in the old and the new turns on questions of gender and sexuality. He has published three books, most recently The English Poems of Richard Crashaw, the first new scholarly edition of this ecstatic seventeenth-century poet in fifty years. He has also just completed a manuscript on men and masculinity in extreme circumstances in the work of Stanley Kubrick, which is forthcoming from Fordham University Press. He is now working on a new book titled Mardi Gras Milton: The Golden Age of New Orleans Carnival and English Renaissance Literature.

    The Gottschalk Memorial Lecture was established in memory of Paul Gottschalk, Professor of English at Cornell, scholar of British Renaissance literature and author of "The Meanings of Hamlet" (1972). He died in 1977 at the age of 38.

    Reception to follow in the A.D. White House

    Free and open to the public

    For more information, visit english.cornell.edu/english-events, email creativewriting@cornell.edu or call 607.255.7847.

    The venues are wheelchair accessible and equipped with assistive listening technology. If you need accommodations to participate in these events, please contact us as soon as possible.

    Worried about parking? TCAT bus route 10 Commons-Cornell loop leaves Seneca Street station every 12 minutes on Thursday afternoons until 6:16p.m. and stops outside Klarman/Goldwin Smith Halls. After 6:16p.m., Route 10 runs every 24 minutes. Last trip from campus to downtown is at 7:28p.m. The cash fare for a single ride is $1.50.

    This event is presented by the Department of English / Creative Writing Program at Cornell University

  • FRI
    1

    Listen to Her

    Friday Nov 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    Asylum, written and performed by Cherry Collective Member Elizabeth Mozer, is based on stunning true events connected to the deserted Binghamton psychiatric hospital known as “The Castle.” In a work that she has performed across the US, Mozer weaves together over six decades the lives of a Polish immigrant, three hospital inmates, and a woman following the clues to her past. This original movement-infused drama draws from personal accounts, historical documents, and imaginings to explore the shifting definitions of mental health and to bring marginalized voices to life. The Cherry Artists Collective presents Asylum on the heels of a sold-out, held-over run at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City.

    The Belle of Amherst is a beloved classic about the iconic, reclusive poet Emily Dickinson. The play draws from Dickinson's letters, diaries and poetry to paint a complex and joyful portrait of one of the great American women artists. Ithaca College acting professor Kathleen Mulligan performs an indelible Emily in a vibrant reimagining by director Norm Johnson. The Belle of Amherst will perform at the Cherry Artspace directly from a run at the American University in Beirut.

    The English-language and US Premiere of The Saint brings the work of beloved Argentine playwright Santiago Loza back to the Cherry stage, starring Jennifer Herzog under the direction of Amina Omari. Currently in the eighth year of its hit run in Buenos Aires, this funny, delicate, and dramatic tale follows the spiritual and emotional journey of an unforgettable young woman.
    Content warning: adult / disturbing content, including discussion of sexual violence. More information available upon request.

    Over two thrilling weekends, Listen To Her will fully encompass the Cherry Collective mission: radically local, radically global, formally innovative. Don’t miss a single one!

    Get 20% off when you purchase tickets to at least two productions within the festival using the code festival20
    Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/ListenToHerTix

    Show times
    Thursday, October 24th – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Friday, October 25th – 7:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, October 26th – 3:30pm Asylum
    Saturday, October 26th -7:30pm The Saint
    Friday, November 1st – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Saturday, November 2nd – 3:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, November 2nd – 7:30pm Asylum
    Sunday, November 3rd – 3:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Sunday, November 3rd – 7:30pm Asylum

  • SAT
    2
    First Saturday on the Greater Ithaca Art Trail

    Saturday Nov 2
    11 am - 4 pm

    Individual Artist Studios

    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. It's cool to meet the artists and see their creative spaces! Thanks to P.W. Wood and Son, Inc and Bousquet Holstein PLLC, for sponsoring this year's Greater Ithaca Art Trail.

  • SAT
    2

    Listen to Her

    Saturday Nov 2
    3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

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

    Asylum, written and performed by Cherry Collective Member Elizabeth Mozer, is based on stunning true events connected to the deserted Binghamton psychiatric hospital known as “The Castle.” In a work that she has performed across the US, Mozer weaves together over six decades the lives of a Polish immigrant, three hospital inmates, and a woman following the clues to her past. This original movement-infused drama draws from personal accounts, historical documents, and imaginings to explore the shifting definitions of mental health and to bring marginalized voices to life. The Cherry Artists Collective presents Asylum on the heels of a sold-out, held-over run at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City.

    The Belle of Amherst is a beloved classic about the iconic, reclusive poet Emily Dickinson. The play draws from Dickinson's letters, diaries and poetry to paint a complex and joyful portrait of one of the great American women artists. Ithaca College acting professor Kathleen Mulligan performs an indelible Emily in a vibrant reimagining by director Norm Johnson. The Belle of Amherst will perform at the Cherry Artspace directly from a run at the American University in Beirut.

    The English-language and US Premiere of The Saint brings the work of beloved Argentine playwright Santiago Loza back to the Cherry stage, starring Jennifer Herzog under the direction of Amina Omari. Currently in the eighth year of its hit run in Buenos Aires, this funny, delicate, and dramatic tale follows the spiritual and emotional journey of an unforgettable young woman.
    Content warning: adult / disturbing content, including discussion of sexual violence. More information available upon request.

    Over two thrilling weekends, Listen To Her will fully encompass the Cherry Collective mission: radically local, radically global, formally innovative. Don’t miss a single one!

    Get 20% off when you purchase tickets to at least two productions within the festival using the code festival20
    Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/ListenToHerTix

    Show times
    Thursday, October 24th – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Friday, October 25th – 7:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, October 26th – 3:30pm Asylum
    Saturday, October 26th -7:30pm The Saint
    Friday, November 1st – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Saturday, November 2nd – 3:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, November 2nd – 7:30pm Asylum
    Sunday, November 3rd – 3:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Sunday, November 3rd – 7:30pm Asylum

  • SAT
    2

    Listen to Her

    Saturday Nov 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    Asylum, written and performed by Cherry Collective Member Elizabeth Mozer, is based on stunning true events connected to the deserted Binghamton psychiatric hospital known as “The Castle.” In a work that she has performed across the US, Mozer weaves together over six decades the lives of a Polish immigrant, three hospital inmates, and a woman following the clues to her past. This original movement-infused drama draws from personal accounts, historical documents, and imaginings to explore the shifting definitions of mental health and to bring marginalized voices to life. The Cherry Artists Collective presents Asylum on the heels of a sold-out, held-over run at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City.

    The Belle of Amherst is a beloved classic about the iconic, reclusive poet Emily Dickinson. The play draws from Dickinson's letters, diaries and poetry to paint a complex and joyful portrait of one of the great American women artists. Ithaca College acting professor Kathleen Mulligan performs an indelible Emily in a vibrant reimagining by director Norm Johnson. The Belle of Amherst will perform at the Cherry Artspace directly from a run at the American University in Beirut.

    The English-language and US Premiere of The Saint brings the work of beloved Argentine playwright Santiago Loza back to the Cherry stage, starring Jennifer Herzog under the direction of Amina Omari. Currently in the eighth year of its hit run in Buenos Aires, this funny, delicate, and dramatic tale follows the spiritual and emotional journey of an unforgettable young woman.
    Content warning: adult / disturbing content, including discussion of sexual violence. More information available upon request.

    Over two thrilling weekends, Listen To Her will fully encompass the Cherry Collective mission: radically local, radically global, formally innovative. Don’t miss a single one!

    Get 20% off when you purchase tickets to at least two productions within the festival using the code festival20
    Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/ListenToHerTix

    Show times
    Thursday, October 24th – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Friday, October 25th – 7:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, October 26th – 3:30pm Asylum
    Saturday, October 26th -7:30pm The Saint
    Friday, November 1st – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Saturday, November 2nd – 3:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, November 2nd – 7:30pm Asylum
    Sunday, November 3rd – 3:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Sunday, November 3rd – 7:30pm Asylum

  • SUN
    3
    Daylight Saving (End)
  • SUN
    3

    Listen to Her

    Sunday Nov 3
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    Asylum, written and performed by Cherry Collective Member Elizabeth Mozer, is based on stunning true events connected to the deserted Binghamton psychiatric hospital known as “The Castle.” In a work that she has performed across the US, Mozer weaves together over six decades the lives of a Polish immigrant, three hospital inmates, and a woman following the clues to her past. This original movement-infused drama draws from personal accounts, historical documents, and imaginings to explore the shifting definitions of mental health and to bring marginalized voices to life. The Cherry Artists Collective presents Asylum on the heels of a sold-out, held-over run at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City.

    The Belle of Amherst is a beloved classic about the iconic, reclusive poet Emily Dickinson. The play draws from Dickinson's letters, diaries and poetry to paint a complex and joyful portrait of one of the great American women artists. Ithaca College acting professor Kathleen Mulligan performs an indelible Emily in a vibrant reimagining by director Norm Johnson. The Belle of Amherst will perform at the Cherry Artspace directly from a run at the American University in Beirut.

    The English-language and US Premiere of The Saint brings the work of beloved Argentine playwright Santiago Loza back to the Cherry stage, starring Jennifer Herzog under the direction of Amina Omari. Currently in the eighth year of its hit run in Buenos Aires, this funny, delicate, and dramatic tale follows the spiritual and emotional journey of an unforgettable young woman.
    Content warning: adult / disturbing content, including discussion of sexual violence. More information available upon request.

    Over two thrilling weekends, Listen To Her will fully encompass the Cherry Collective mission: radically local, radically global, formally innovative. Don’t miss a single one!

    Get 20% off when you purchase tickets to at least two productions within the festival using the code festival20
    Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/ListenToHerTix

    Show times
    Thursday, October 24th – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Friday, October 25th – 7:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, October 26th – 3:30pm Asylum
    Saturday, October 26th -7:30pm The Saint
    Friday, November 1st – 7:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Saturday, November 2nd – 3:30pm The Saint
    Saturday, November 2nd – 7:30pm Asylum
    Sunday, November 3rd – 3:30pm The Belle of Amherst
    Sunday, November 3rd – 7:30pm Asylum

  • MON
    4
    NIFTI & AgALN Field School Conference

    Monday Nov 4
    8 am - 5 pm

    The Hotel Ithaca

    Groundswell is proud to be a co-host of:

     

    National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks

    2019 Field School Gathering

    November 4-6, 2019

    Registration information here.

    For the first time New Entry is bringing together the National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks for the 2019 Field School Gathering! This year we are hosting the event in Ithaca, NY at the Hotel Ithaca on November 4-6, 2019. We’re proud to be partnering with Groundswell Center to bring you this fun and collaborative learning event. We believe that incubator and apprenticeship programs can learn and grow from each other, both through presentations and workshops and through informal social gatherings like dinners and local field trips. We hope you will join us in making the 2019 Field School Gathering a collaborative and engaging social and learning event.

    More information here. 

  • MON
    4

    HeatSmart Office Hours

    Monday Nov 4
    10 am - 12 pm

    Lansing Community Library "Board Room"
    27 Auburn Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    HeatSmart Lansing coordinator, Lisa Marshall will be camped out every Monday morning in the "Board Room" of the Lansing Library. Stop by to chat, ask questions, pick up HeatSmart literature etc.

  • TUE
    5
    NIFTI & AgALN Field School Conference

    Tuesday Nov 5
    8 am - 5 pm

    The Hotel Ithaca

    Groundswell is proud to be a co-host of:

     

    National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks

    2019 Field School Gathering

    November 4-6, 2019

    Registration information here.

    For the first time New Entry is bringing together the National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks for the 2019 Field School Gathering! This year we are hosting the event in Ithaca, NY at the Hotel Ithaca on November 4-6, 2019. We’re proud to be partnering with Groundswell Center to bring you this fun and collaborative learning event. We believe that incubator and apprenticeship programs can learn and grow from each other, both through presentations and workshops and through informal social gatherings like dinners and local field trips. We hope you will join us in making the 2019 Field School Gathering a collaborative and engaging social and learning event.

    More information here. 

  • WED
    6
    NIFTI & AgALN Field School Conference

    Wednesday Nov 6
    8 am - 5 pm

    The Hotel Ithaca

    Groundswell is proud to be a co-host of:

     

    National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks

    2019 Field School Gathering

    November 4-6, 2019

    Registration information here.

    For the first time New Entry is bringing together the National Incubator Farm Training Initiative and Ag Apprenticeship Learning Networks for the 2019 Field School Gathering! This year we are hosting the event in Ithaca, NY at the Hotel Ithaca on November 4-6, 2019. We’re proud to be partnering with Groundswell Center to bring you this fun and collaborative learning event. We believe that incubator and apprenticeship programs can learn and grow from each other, both through presentations and workshops and through informal social gatherings like dinners and local field trips. We hope you will join us in making the 2019 Field School Gathering a collaborative and engaging social and learning event.

    More information here. 

  • WED
    6

    Watch the Human Element and Help Cayuga Lake Too

    Wednesday Nov 6
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Cinemapolis
    120 E Green St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    Cayuga Lake Environmental Action Now (CLEAN) is sponsoring a showing of The Human Element on November 6 at Cinemapolis, 120 E. Green St., 7:00 p.m., with proceeds to help protect the lake. After the film, audience members can learn more about local issues by engaging with panelists Cedric Mason, biological engineer; Serenna McCloud, Esq.; Brian Eden, chair of the Tompkins County Environmental Management Council; Stephanie Redmond, CLEAN Program Manager/Researcher; and others.

    The Human Element is a 2019 documentary film that expands the ancient elements of earth, air, water, and fire to include humans. It has already won seven awards, including the Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival 2019 Best Feature Film. The producers are known for their other awe-inspiring works—Racing Extinction, The Cove, and Chasing Ice.

     Based in Tompkins County, CLEAN serves 40,000 people who depend on the lake for drinking water and many thousands more who use it for recreation. Cayuga’s waters, however, are threatened by nutrient-loading manure from large farms, contaminants that leach from several coal-ash landfills, industrial runoff, and brine associated with Cargill’s extensive salt mine under the lake.

    CLEAN partners with Discover Cayuga Lake, the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network, and other local organizations on reducing salt pollution and tracking harmful algal blooms (HABS). Since its founding in April 2017, CLEAN has been monitoring the release of salt dust and brine from Cargill’s salt mine surface operations at Portland Point. CLEAN members collect and share data, educate residents, advocate for stronger lake protections, and press governmental officials to fulfill their responsibilities. Recently CLEAN and a coalition of four municipalities sued the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation for failing to require an environmental impact review of Cargill’s new mine shaft in Lansing, potentially harming local aquifers and the lake.

    FMI: http://www.CLEANcayugalake.org/

    OFFICIAL TRAILER HERE:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k34FhplukXQ

    GET YOUR TICKETS HERE:
    https://boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/cinemapolis/upcoming/77786/6686

  • THU
    7

    HeatSmart Home Tour in Lansing

    Thursday Nov 7
    9 am - 11 am

    Home of Dr. Anthony Ingraffea
    19 Hemlock Ln, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    Join the HeatSmart team and Cornell scientist Tony Ingraffea for a tour of this heat smart home in the Village of Lansing. This 2015 home was built to Passive House standards meaning it is very well insulated and very air tight. Heating/cooling via Air Source Heat Pump (Mitsubishi), with a heat-recovery ventilation system. There all electric home features high-efficiency electric appliances and no external exhaust of heated/cooled room air to outside from appliances: condensing clothes dryer. Rooftop solar provides electricity.

  • SAT
    9
    Wells College Open House

    Saturday Nov 9
    (All Day)

    Wells College
    170 Main St, Aurora, NY 13026, USA

    This fall, Wells College will host two open house events for prospective students and families on Saturday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. Morning and afternoon sessions are available on both days.

    Visitors will spend a fall day on our beautiful campus, enjoy a tour, get to know the Wells community through one-on-one connections with professors, coaches and current students—and learn what makes Wells a unique and truly personalized experience.

    This year, the admissions team is accepting applications for priority review—meaning that prospective students who apply by Oct. 22 (for the Oct. 26 open house) or Nov. 5 (for the Nov. 9 open house) will receive their admissions decision in person on the day of the event.

    To learn more and sign up, please visit our website: wells.edu/admissions/fall-open-house.

  • SUN
    10

    All Saints' German Fest

    Sunday Nov 10
    12 pm - 3 pm

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

    All Saints is hosting a German Festival with traditional German sauerbraten meal, adult and other beverages, and a local Bavarian band. Bakers are invited to compete in a contest for the best apple dessert.
     
    Come join the fun! $15 adult meal, $5 Kids Meal, and a great family rate of $45 (for 2 adult meals and kids under-12 meals)!

  • MON
    11
    Veteran's Day
  • MON
    11

    HeatSmart Office Hours

    Monday Nov 11
    10 am - 12 pm

    Lansing Community Library "Board Room"
    27 Auburn Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    HeatSmart Lansing coordinator, Lisa Marshall will be camped out every Monday morning in the "Board Room" of the Lansing Library. Stop by to chat, ask questions, pick up HeatSmart literature etc.

  • WED
    13
    Farming for Justice: Queering Sustainable Agriculture

    Wednesday Nov 13
    9 am - 10:30 am

    Just Be Cause Center

    November Farming for Justice Discussion Group

    Wednesday, November 13th

    9am-10:30 am

    Join online via Zoom or in-person

    There is no cost to join! You’re encouraged to attend in person or join us by Zoom. (Zoom info will be shared once you register.) The discussion will be recorded.

    Register here.

    Though rarely discussed, sexuality is an important part of how farms operate. According to the USDA, 98% of farms in the US are “family farms,” where a farmer’s business partner is also an intimate partner. As such, sexuality – who and how we build romantic and sexual relationships with others – affects how and why people farm, where people farm, and how farmers access land. Despite its concern with social justice, the sustainable agriculture movement has yet to fully consider LGBTQ+ issues as a critical point of equity; heteronormativity has remained baked into typical notions of who is a farmer in the US. Queer people are sometimes marginalized within rural and farming communities, impacting their livelihoods as food producers and as rural queer people. At the same time, because queer farmers often do not follow typical paths in family and farming, their experiences offer alternative ideas for organizing home and farm life. In this presentation, Michaela Hoffelmeyer, Ike Leslie, and Jaclyn Wypler will discuss the lived experiences of queer farmers, drawing on over 100 interviews of queer farmers in the Northeast and Midwest United States. We will discuss barriers and opportunities expressed by queer farmers as well as for the future of the sustainable agriculture movement.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

    Michaela (or Mic) is a Rural Sociology Master’s student at Pennsylvania State University. Michaela studies gender, sexuality, and sustainable agriculture, primarily in the US. 

    Email: mkh40@psu.edu

     

    Isaac (or Ike) is a Sociology Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ike researches queer farmers in New England as well as alternative food systems in Argentina. 

    Email: ileslie2@wisc.edu

    Website: isaacleslie.com

     

    Jaclyn (or Jac) is a Sociology Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jac studies queer women and transgender sustainable farmers in the Midwest as well as queer farmers in PNW and Australia. She helps organize the Queer Farmer Convergence and loves sharing queer farmer resources. 

    Email: wypler@wisc.edu Website jaclynwypler.com

    Contact us with questions or to suggest a topic or speaker.

  • SAT
    16
    Piano and Organ Concert

    Saturday Nov 16
    2 pm - 3 pm

    Christ United Methodist Church

    Ms. Laurianne Fleming, Direector of Music, Christ United Methodist Church of Locke and Moravia and a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and Boston University will present an informative and fun-filled piano and organ concert.  The concert wil include classical selections such as Beethoven and Bach, as well as, comtemporary selections such as jazz and rag-time.  You won't want to miss the one person piano and organ duet! The concert is free.  Donations may be made to help support the CUMC music programs.

  • SUN
    17
    Bones East Christmas Concert

    Sunday Nov 17
    1 pm - 2 pm

    Morgan Opera House
    360 Main St, Aurora, NY 13026, USA

    This concert fearues a 25 piece trombone ensemble playing traditional Christmas music, as well as, some non-Christmas music.

  • MON
    18
    Overcast skies
    33°/32°
  • MON
    18

    HeatSmart Office Hours

    Monday Nov 18
    10 am - 12 pm

    Lansing Community Library "Board Room"
    27 Auburn Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    HeatSmart Lansing coordinator, Lisa Marshall will be camped out every Monday morning in the "Board Room" of the Lansing Library. Stop by to chat, ask questions, pick up HeatSmart literature etc.

  • TUE
    19
    Mist
    39°/28°
  • WED
    20
    Freezing fog
    37°/29°
  • THU
    21
    Freezing fog
    40°/31°
  • THU
    21

    Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS) on Cayuga Lake

    Thursday Nov 21
    7 pm - 8:30 pm

    Lansing Town Hall
    29 Auburn Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    Nathaniel Launer from the Community Science Institute will share observations and data from two years of HAB monitoring, and suggest ways communities and residents can help address this pressing issue. He coordinates four citizen science water monitoring programs, partnering with hundreds of volunteers across the Finger Lakes region.

  • FRI
    22
    Partly cloudy skies
    46°/29°
  • SAT
    23
    Partly cloudy skies
    38°/27°
  • SAT
    23
    Women on the Land: Chainsaw 101

    Saturday Nov 23
    10 am - 2:30 pm

    Wellspring Forest Farm

    Women on the Land: Chainsaw 101

    Saturday, Nov 23

    10am-2:30pm

    Wellspring Forest Farm

    Workshop Cost: $60-$130 ($35 solidarity price for BIPOC, Immigrants, Refugees)

    Register here.

     

    Intimidated by the chainsaw? Wondering how to be safe when using a chainsaw? Ever felt that knowing how to use a chainsaw would be a useful skill? Do you want to acquire another empowering land-based skill? If you answered “yes“ to any of these questions, and you identify as a woman, or a cis, trans, non-binary or queer identifying woman, than this workshop with Elizabeth Gabriel of Wellspring Forest Farm, Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming and Rebekah Carpenter of Finger Lakes Renewables Solar Energy is for you!

    It is a half day workshop, from 10am-2:30pm, at Wellspring Forest Farm.

  • SUN
    24
    Clear skies
    41°/29°
  • MON
    25

    HeatSmart Office Hours

    Monday Nov 25
    10 am - 12 pm

    Lansing Community Library "Board Room"
    27 Auburn Rd, Lansing, NY 14882, USA

    HeatSmart Lansing coordinator, Lisa Marshall will be camped out every Monday morning in the "Board Room" of the Lansing Library. Stop by to chat, ask questions, pick up HeatSmart literature etc.

  • THU
    28
    Thanksgiving





 
RSS feed iCalendar feed
Online Calendar powered by localendar.com