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July 6th, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "Cortland's Business District Through the Years”
Please join Kate O’Connell to learn more about the buildings in Cortland’s business district and to see photos from then and now. She will have rare photos from her own collection and from the collection of CCHS. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen and we will provide dessert and beverages. Location: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY Time: 12:10-12:50pm Contact us at 607-756-6071 with any questions


July 13th, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "Footsteps from the Past: Native American People Before 1500"
SUNY Cortland professor of archaeology Ellis McDowell-Loudan will be talking about Native American settlements and land use prior to 1500. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen to the lecture and we will provide beverages and dessert. Location: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY Time: 12:10-12:50pm


July 20th, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "Preble Through the Years"
Anne Henderson, historian for Preble will be sharing information about the town and how it has grown and changed over time. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen and we will provide dessert and beverages. Location: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY Time: 12:10-12:50


July 27th, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "The Story of Ray Smith: Following the Thread from Silk Shirts to Silk Lines"
Join Doug Bentley to learn more about the history of Cortland Line Company. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen and we will provide beverages and dessert. Loccation: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY Time: 12:10-12:50


August 3rd, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "New York Central College: An Experiment in Education in McGrawville 1848-1860"
McGraw Historical Society President Carl Kimberly and his wife Mary, McGraw historian, will be presenting this program on this very progressive college that was established in McGraw. The concept of black education was not new in the 1850s. Today we will learn how McGrawville became involved in a college open to black and white students, male and female, and taught by both black and white professors. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen and we will provide dessert and beverages. Location: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY


August 10th, 2016
CCHS Lunch & Learn: "Cortland Traction Company and Little York Park"
Local historian Chip Jermy will discuss the Cortland Traction Company, its evolution, and it's enduring legacy, Little York Park. Bring your own lunch to enjoy while you listen and we will provide beverages and dessert. Location: Cortland County Historical Society, 25 Homer Ave., Cortland, NY Time: 12:10-12:50pm Contact us at 607-756-6071 with any questions


May 27th, 2016 - October 28th, 2016
Watkins Glen Farmers Market Opening Day!
The Watkins Glen Farmers Market open for its twelfth year on May 27, 2016 in Lafayette Park in Watkins Glen (4th and Porter streets), 3-7pm. Come to our friendly market every Friday through October! BBQ, local produce, flowers, maple syrup, body care, baked goods, pastured beef, chicken and eggs----and more. We accept 2016 FMNP farmers market coupons and EBT/SNAP benefits. We are always accepting new vendors. Call jylle benson-gauss at 607.227.1333 or email watkinsglenfarmersmarket@yahoo.com

Hay Time
" Hay Time "
These horses are sampling the hay from the day's haymaking and seem to be giving their approval. Taken at a farm along 96A near Ovid Tuesday.

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Musselman Triathlon in Geneva next weekend
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Historic Hill Cumorah Pageant starts July 8
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Cornell to host Fruit Field Day in Geneva July 20th
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Mark your calendars for the Cornell Fruit Field Day, to be held in Geneva on Wednesday, July 20th. The 2016 version of this triennial event will feat... More


SCP's Willy Wonka is a family show in more ways than one
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Willy Wonka, the staged musical version of Roald Dahl's beloved tale, will be performed by a cast that contains multiple family units enjoying time t... More


AQUACADE coming to Canal Fest in Seneca Falls
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1st Annual Harry Liddell Duck Race at SF Canal Fest
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Daughtry, three others round out NYS Fair's Chevy Court lineup
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The New York State Fair's Chevy Court schedule has been finalized. More


Fireworks return to Taughannock
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Taughannock Farms Inn is sponsoring a fireworks show this Saturday, July 2nd. The fireworks can be viewed at The Taughannock State Park and begins at ... More


SF Convention Days starts with tour, procession
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Seneca Falls Community Band's summer schedule
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In its 32nd season, the Seneca Falls Community Band (SFCB) has scheduled eight concerts throughout the summer season. All concerts are free and locate... More


ARC of SC to hold Annual Golf Tournament 8/01
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Arc of Seneca Cayuga has announced that its 19th Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, August 1st at Highland Park Golf Club in Auburn, with ... More


Arbors Neighborhood to hold 4th of July parade
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Geneva's Bark Park Leash Cutting set for June 25
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The wait is finally over and it is time to cut the leash. The Geneva Bark Park will be holding an official ceremony on Saturday, June 25 from 11 am-1 ... More


Dashboard Confessional to play free at NYS Fair
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A popular emo band from the 2000s is the latest addition to what New York State Fair officials are calling the best Chevy Court lineup ever. More


Women's Rights park to hold LGBT commemoration discussion
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In commemoration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Month), Women's Rights National Historical Park will hold a public discu... More



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