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Sign up today as Family Matter presents Massage and Yoga Night on Thursday, July 31st.
Enjoy a free interactive, family fun night that includes a meal. Emphasis on families spending time together.
It'll begins at 5:30pm at the United Methodist Church. Space is limited and registration is required by calling Leslie Wilkins at 607-756-8970 Ext. 255 or by email at email@example.com.
Family Matters is a program for youth ages 9 to 14 and their parents or gaurdians.
Co-sponsored by CCSI, Pure and Simple Yoga, Cortland Prevention Resources, Family Support Services, Catholic Charities, and Seven Valleys Health Coalition.
-Wednesday, July 30th
The Cortland County Council of Churches is hosting their Thirteenth Annual Golf Tournament at Walden Oaks Country Club.
Anne Zartarian will be honored for her many years of support of the Council of Churches. Anne has also been a loyal volunteer and has been active in Council programs.
For thirteen years the tournament has funded the many ministries and programs of the Council.
NBT Bank is the Corporate Sponsor and you can sign up for golf or reserve tickets to the chicken barbecue by calling 607-753-1002.
-Saturday, August 2nd
The Arts and Wine Festival is from 10am to 5pm in Courthouse Park.
Sponsored by the Cultural Council of Cortland County.
-Saturday, August 2nd
The Cincinnatus Area Heritage Society is holding an Open House at the Heritage Hall at the corner of Telephone Road and Route 26 from 11am to 4pm.
This year’s exhibit will be “Cincinnatus School Days.”
The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Kellogg Free Library is also celebrating Founder’s Day the same day. The Old Timers Band will perform for free on the lawn of the Kellogg Free Library at 1pm and free refreshments will be served following the performance courtesy of the Library.
-Sunday, August 3rd
Bill Knowlton’s 42nd annual Bluegrass Ramble Picnic, the longest running bluegrass festival in New York, is from 10am to 7pm at Dwyer Memorial Park in Little York.
This year’s program features host band The Delaney Brothers, Atkinson Family, Diamond Someday, Gospel Way, Joe LaMay & Sherry Reese, Lake Effect, Larry Hoyt & the Good Acoustics, Northwater, Off The Wall, Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads, Salmon River Boys, Sean Martin Band, Spare Parts, The Cadleys, and The Easy Ramblers, among others.
The Picnic is free and open to the public. No R.S.V.P. is required to attend.
-Sunday, August 3rd to Thursday, August 7th
The 22nd Annual Cortland County Chautauqua is being held in historic Homer.
This event is sponsored by the Cortland County Council of Churches. The theme for this year is "Explore. Experience. Engage". Classes are held each evening and cover a variety of topics such as Travel with Purpose, Sustainability, Contemplation, History, Music, etc.
Find information at cortlandchurches.net - Chautauqua or call 607-753-1002.
-Thursday, August 7th to Sunday, August 10th
The Brockway Truck Show is happening all weekend!
On Thursday their's wine tasing. On Friday it's 'Husky Drive,' slow race, dinner auction and fireworks.
On Saturday at 8:30am the parade starts, then trucks will be parked on Main St.
On Sunday theirs a pancake breakfast. Reservations are required. For more inforamtion visit brockwaytrucks.org.
-Saturday, August 9th
Retirement Needs a Plan is from 9am to 11am in Room B1 of the Cortland Cortland Office Building, 60 Central Ave.
In this Seminar you'll learn how Social Security, Long-Term Care Insurance, Medicare and other Health Insurance options all fit into the Retirement Puzzle.
This is free, but please call 607-753-5060 to reserve your seat.
For more information call 607-753-5060 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Tuesday, August 12th
The LaFayette Community Band is performing at 7:30pm at the Columbian Presbyterian Church (at the corner of routes 11 & 20, LaFayette).
Free-will offerings will be accepted, and they will be donated to LaFayette Outreach.
There will be free refreshments after the concert, sponsored by the church.
-Saturday, August 16th
An Open Gate Garden and Art Tour is from 9am to 2pm starting in Dryden at the Municipal Parking Lot on George St.
Tour 5 gardens for just $5 and enjoy the stunning gardens and original art on display. You can ride the Free Shuttle to each garden.
Maps are vailable the day of the tour. Find them on Facebook “Dryden Beautification Brigade.”