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By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   The Trumansburg Fair is back for another week packed full of something for everyone. The fair, entering its 167th year, kicks off Tuesday, August 22, and runs through … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly When Christine Brown-Personius was growing up in Groton during the ‘90s, her parents spearheaded organizing the community’s annual summer celebration – Olde Home Days. Now, 20 … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly The Finger Lakes Region is blessed with a bounty of farms, wineries, breweries and restaurants that help make the “local food movement” a powerful attraction to locavores and tourists alike. … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff For the 27th year, the Community Arts Partnership is highlighting the work of regional artists at its annual market. Taking place from 2-8 p.m. Friday, August 11, CAP’s Artist Market will fill all … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff As it has since its inception in the 1920s, Newfield’s Old Home Days will once again celebrate the community. The event will take place Friday, July 28, and Saturday, July 29. All events will take place … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly With less than 10 minutes to go before the first show in Newfield’s Music Series at Mill Park, there were about 15 people making themselves comfortable and getting ready to listen to the … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly Summer is in full swing and that means music, music and more music. The Finger Lakes region hosts numerous weekly outdoor music events, including Thursdays on The Ithaca Commons (free), Fridays … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly The GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance has had the interests of its community of attendees in mind for its 26 years of existence. For its 27th iteration in a couple of weeks, the organization is taking … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly The organizers of the GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance are looking for a few good volunteers – well, more than a few – around 1,500 to help out at this year’s event, which is … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly While having fireworks in Ithaca isn’t new, the presenting organization for this year’s edition is – the Rotary Club of Ithaca has taken leadership of the event off the hands of the City of … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly Clean Alternatives, written by Brian Dykstra and directed by Margarett Perry, at the Kitchen Theatre, through June 18, (607) 272-0570, www.kitchentheatre.org. This production marks the … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Now that Ithaca College and Cornell University’s commencement exercises are complete, Ithaca residents are ready to celebrate the city. The Ithaca Festival is back this weekend – … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   Cayuga Nature Center. Cornell Botanic Gardens. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Johnson Museum of Art. The History Center in Tompkins County. Museum of the Earth. Sciencenter. Tompkins … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly The return of ‘Storm Country,’ The Cherry Arts audio walking play that uses Ithaca’s West End as its backdrop, got underway during Spring Writes 2017 this past weekend, but there will be … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County will welcome more than 90 regional writers for the 35 events taking place as part of its 8th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival this weekend. … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly Throw Pitchfork, written and performed by Alexander Thomas with no intermission at the Kitchen Theatre Company, through May 7, (607) 272-0570, www.kitchentheatre.org. KTC Advisory: “The show has adult … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   Hope and optimism. That's what theatergoers can expect to find when they enter the Hangar Theatre this weekend – Thursday, April 27, through Saturday, April 29 – … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff ITHACA – Cornell vet school students will take to the stage at the end of the month in a performance of “Into the Woods.” The performances – presented by Vet Players, a student-run organization at the … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly Director Rachel Lampert calls the two-hander play (a play with only two actors) an exciting and challenging endeavor. Assisted by Assistant Director Melyssa Hall, Lampert has risen to the occasion, and … more
By Lori Sonken Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – A new documentary, “The Long Ride,” chronicling the beginning of the civil rights movement for immigrant workers in the United States, will screen at 7 p.m. Monday, March 20, at Cornell … more
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