|· Tuesday, September 23, 2014 ·|
Fall Prevention Awareness Day
9:00AM to 3:00PM
Oakdale Mall Center Court
Detail: The Better Balance for Broome project intends to recognize National Fall Prevention Day with a fall prevention education forum at the Oakdale Mall Center Court on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM. This event will showcase community experts from a variety of agencies that will provide information on fall prevention programs available to Broome County’s senior population. During the event there will be a Tai Chi demonstration and free fall prevention items for those in attendance. At 11:00am, at the Oakdale Mall Center Court, there will be a press conference lead by the Broome County Health Department to officially acknowledge all the Better Balance for Broome Partners and the purpose of the project.
· Friday, September 26, 2014 ·
Gino's Journey for LIFE Blood Drive
Rookies bar and grill in Manteca at 1251 E. Yosemite Ave
Detail: https://www.facebook.com/events/758399367551584/ please visit the website everything that I would like to say about my son's Gino's Journey for LIFE Blood Drive.is on this events Facebook page I want to tell you about it but it just would just take up too much room so please visit the website
Hyperlink: Giovanni Gino Frattaroli Hebert on Facebook
ContactPerson: Twana Frattaroli
PhoneNumber: 209 969 9175
More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/758399367551584/
· Saturday, September 27, 2014 ·
Finger Lakes Mud Run
9/27/2014 - 9/27/2014 @ Check-in begins at 7:30 am.
5343 North Rd
Auburn, NY 13021
Admission: Adult Individual Participant Fees: Now through July 11, 2014: $55.00 per participant July 12- September 4, 2014: $75.00 per participant September 5-26,2014: $85.00 per participant Adult Team Participant Fees: Now through July 11, 2014: $55.00 per pa
Detail: The Finger Lakes Mud Run at Everest Park is a challenging, military-style trail run that’s intended to pit participants against one of THREE EXTREME COURSES. Yes, THREE! Each wave of participants joins a stampede of literally hundreds who’ll trudge through thick field grasses, over wooded underbrush, down and out of deep gullies, and ultimately face jaw-dropping obstacles––each designed to encourage teamwork and camaraderie.
The Finger Lakes Mud Run has THREE courses in 2014! Our first is the 5K short course, which is designed for those who’re looking for a fun challenge, but aren’t quite ready for the big time! Our second course is the 14K long course that explores over 750 acres of dense forest, sun-baked fields, and terrain that even scares the wildlife! Our third course, introduced in 2013, is the ever-popular Mini Muddy. This course lets kids ages 6-12 get completely covered in mud, just like the rest of the family!
The Finger Lakes Mud Run remains a volunteer-organized event that uses 100% of its net proceeds to extend the mission of Everest Park by offering a restful retreat for families of children who are experiencing life-altering health issues.
More Info: fingerlakesmudrun.com/
|Save the Sherburne Inn Historic Walking Tour|
9/27/2014 - 9/27/2014 @ Noon - 5 PM
Village of Sherburne
Admission: $20.00 in advance $25.00 day of event
Detail: 13 Historic properties on the walking tour as well as Farmers Market and eateries in Village Park.
More Info: thesherburneinn.wordpress.com/history/
|Eddie Brill Comedy|
The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage
Detail: Eddie Brill is a 3-time MAC award winner for Outstanding Male Comic in NYC!
|Family Movie Day|
320 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850
Detail: The Vestal Public Library Youth Services Department will be showing the movie 'The Land Before Time.' No registration is required for this event. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Refreshments and popcorn will be provided. If you have any questions and would like more information on this event please call the library at 607-754-4243.
|Benefit for Doris Ames Spaghetti Dinner|
Noon - 5 PM
Lisle Fire Hall-Ladies Auxiliary
79 West Lisle, NY
Detail: Come enjoy a spaghetti dinner at the Lisle Fire Hall in the Ladies Auxiliary department. For more information please contact Kathy at 607-343-3785
|3rd Annual Living Among the Dead TCHS Museum to Host Cemetery Walk at Evergreen Cemetery|
10am – 2pm
TCHS Museum 110 Front St
Owego, NY 13827
Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, $8 for seniors 62+, and $35 for groups of 4
Detail: Spirits will come alive at Evergreen Cemetery on Saturday,
September 27th! The Tioga County Historical Society will host the third
annual cemetery walk telling the stories of people from this area’s past
and the history of Evergreen Cemetery. Tours meet at the museum at 10am,
11am, and 12pm. This unique tour will include living history reenactors
portraying members of the county’s past. Featured this year are:
Tours will last between 1 1/2 to 2 hours each. Guests will meet inside the
TCHS Museum at 110 Front Street, before boarding a bus that will transport
them to the cemetery. Guests can meet Rikki Springsteed, who is compiling
a history of Evergreen Cemetery, and browse the museum’s exhibits before
and after the tour. Be prepared for the weather, as the tour will continue
rain or shine. Good walking shoes are a must. Reservations for this event
are encouraged due to the popularity of this event. This event is not
intended to be frightening and all ages are welcome.
· Sunday, September 28, 2014 ·
Music Unlimited presents a Tribute to Maynard Ferguson & Thelonious Monk
The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage
Admission: $25 adult $20 seniors $20 students
Detail: An afternoon of wonderful big band music!
|Private John Shaver – German Immigrant, Master Stonemason, Family Man, Civil War Infantryman”|
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM All Day
the Coventry Town Museum and the Coventryville Congregational Church
115 County Rt. #27,
just off NY State Highway 206 (north of the blinking 4 way traffic light) Coventry, chenago County NY
13733 (between Greene & Bainbridge
Detail: The Coventry Town Museum Association will present its 10th Annual Civil War Commemorative event “Celebrating And Remembering The Life Of Coventry’s Immigrant Son, Private John Shaver – Stonemason, Family Man, Civil War Infantryman”, Sunday, September 28th, on the grounds of the Coventryville Congregational Church. This all day event honors John Shaver, ancestor of numerous descendants live throughout the Southern Tier including Chenango, Cortland and Broome counties.
At 10:00 AM, and throughout the entire day, guests will stroll through the beautiful backdrop of the grounds and surrounding buildings in order to :
1) visit the Re-enactor Encampment of the 114th Regiment, NY Volunteers., North South Skirmish Asc. And other Civil War re-enactors of camp, and battlefield. Visitors will watch as soldier’s fare is cooked on a camp fire. Living History Guild, units re-enacting the 89th NY Infantry, Private Shaver was a Member of, will perform drills, and march into battle to the sound of the bugle call, and the martial skirl of Scots immigrant Civil War regiment bagpipers.
2) meet and talk to President Abraham Lincoln and First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln.
3) talk with and learn from the Re-enactor’s “home front” life exhibits including : The Elmira Soldiers Relief Organization. as they talk about their critical activities and the equipment on display that was used.
4) listen to Civil War music performed by Civil War bagpipers.
5) meet and talk with General Ulysses S. Grant. about the lives of his men during the C War.
6) interact with History Re-enactor exhibits including : Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War.and The Railroad During the Civil War
7) take a guided tour of the Coventry Town Schoolhouse Museum, led by Members in period costume.
At 12:15’s Bugle Call, the guests, Private Shaver’s descendants and Re-enactors, will assemble behind the 114th NY flag and piping bagpipers, and march into the Coventryville Congregational Church. The Oxford Brass Quintet will perform Civil War Era music.
At 12:30 the Commemorative Program, Shaver’s descendants will be welcomed by Coventry Museum Director Keith Ives. Civil War historian William Searfoss will open the Program. Civil War historian John Goodnough will describe the distinguished history of the 89th NY Infantry (Dickinson’s
Guard) that Private Shaver courageously served in; then describe the pivotal, 10 month Siege of Petersburg they were a key part of. Civil War author & RN Phyllis Adams will outline Shaver’s injuries, available medical care on/ off the battlefield, the injuries’ impact on the rest of his life. Afton historian Charles Decker will and reveal John Shaver the man, his family, their life before and after the war, their connection to the town of Coventry.
Museum Trustee Robin Dumais will conclude the Program with her poem recalling and honoring all the honorees of the 10 years this event has taken place.
She will then honor and salute all Veterans and currently serving military, for what those men and women have done for our nation and community, and recognize those present at this Event so we can thank them.
Throughout the Program will be moments of prayer, the playing of music, and signing of hymns and songs from the Civil War period.
2:45 PM the Graveside Ceremony, An honor guard of First Responders, Reenactors, Veterans, military, and public officials, led by the bagpipers, will travel by car to the Coventry Union Cemetery, to the final resting place of Private John Shaver; guests are invited to participate.
The gathering, led by Pastor Besemer, will include the playing of taps, a gun salute and the laying of a wreath on his headstone by a descendant.
The Coventry Town Museum Association was the recipient of the prestigious Russell J. Perllman Award Of Excellence for the “Most Outstanding Project”
proposal for 2013.
All are invited including families and children. Come, enjoy, participate, and if you want, wear a period outfit, bring a Civil War item. Come to: County Road #27, just off NY State Highway 206 (north of the 4 way blinking traffic light). People will direct you to the on-sight parking. Questions: 607- 639-4073.
This Event is made possible in part through funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Chenango County Council of the Arts
· Monday, September 29, 2014 ·
Rod Serling: A Local History
Your Home Public Library
107 Main St
Johnson City, NY 13790
Detail: On Monday, September 29th at 6:30 PM, Mike Pipher, curator of the Rod Serling Collection at the Bundy Museum in Binghamton, will be presenting a program at Your Home Public Library on the life and times of
Rod Serling. Join us in the Children’s Room to learn more about this
fascinating local character! This program is FREE and everyone is welcome.
· Tuesday, September 30, 2014 ·
Introduction to Drawing
9/30/2014 - 11/4/2014 @ Tuesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 PM
Your Home Public Library
107 Main St
Johnson City, NY 13790
Detail: If you have ever wanted to learn the basics of drawing in a relaxed environment with professional guidance, then this class is for you! Join us on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 PM, September 30th through November 4, where professional artist and instructor Richard Henry will cover topics such as line action, basic geometric shapes and shading techniques. There is a limit of 10 students, and a one-time $10 fee to cover supplies. To sign up, stop by the circulation desk at Your Home Public Library or call 797-4816 for more information.
More Info: www.yhpl.org/