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October
-Ongoing
Sign up for the second annual Trick or Trot 5k Run/Walk, 10k Run and Kids Fun Run taking place Sunday, October 26th at the J.M. McDonald Sports Complex.

This fundraiser is organized by the Cortland Regional Medical Center Hospital Aid group, a not-for-profit volunteer organization. 

The costume-themed race will begin with the Kids Fun Run at 9:30am followed by the 5k at 9:50am and the 10k at 10am. 

The fee is $20 for pre-registration or $25 on race day. The first 250 registrants of the 5k and 10k will receive free goodie bags, and those age 14 and under will receive a free t-shirt.

All proceeds from the race will support the maternity and nursery units at CRMC and its efforts in providing quality care and ensuring the health and wellness of women and children and their families. 

For registration, course details and more, visit crmchatrickortrot.org and CRMC Hospital Aid Trick or Trot on Facebook.


-Ongoing
The Cortland Downtown Partnership is accepting registrations for the Cortland Halloween Parade. 

Children under 18 years and families are invited to register. The parade takes place at 7pm on October 30th.

Participants who have not pre-registered for the parade are asked to arrive early to register.

Call 591-7903 or email jane@cortlanddowntown.com with questions, donations, volunteer opportunities, and parade registration forms.

Visit Cortland County Halloween Parade on Facebook for online forms and updates.


-Ongoing
Pregister today as the Lamont Memorial Free Library, located 5 Main St. in McGraw is hosting an energy class on Thursday, November 6th at 6pm.

Presented by Claudia Hitt of Cornell Cooperative Extension sdtarting at 6pm.

This class is for homeowners and renter alike. The class teaches participants how to reduce energy usage with the expected outcome of lowering energy expenses. Learn simple weatherization practices to more elaborate home insulation plans. 

Receive a free energy saving product. Registration is required. Call 836-6767.


-Ongoing to Saturday, October 25th
The 32nd annual Chiller Haunted House is open at the Burch Building in Suggett Park in Cortland on Thursday, October 23rd from 7 to 9pm for the second annual Non Scary Preview Night: Halloween in Wonderland. All Lights on - No Monsters - Trick or treat with some of your favorite Wonderland Characters.

On October 24th and 25th the haunt goes dark and the ghosts and ghouls come
out to play.

Doors open from 7pm to 10pm both nights. Admission is a $1 and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Cortland Youth Bureau.


-Saturday, October 25th
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Cortland is putting on an Organ Concert at 7pm to celebrate their 200th anniversary. 

Admission is $15 for adults or $25 for two or free for students.

Purchase tickets ahead of time at cortlandarts.com.


-Saturday, October 25th
The Cortlandville Grange and St. Judes Children's Research Hospital is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner from 5pm until gone.

The Cortlandville Grange is located at 82 Cortland Street in Homer, next to the Homer Elks Lodge.


-Sunday, October 26th
The Dryden Town Historical Society is having a lecture by author Cynthia G. Faulk at the Dryden Village Hall at 2pm.

She'll go over her new book “Barns of New York: Rural Architecture of the Empire State.”

For more information contact Gina Prentiss at 844-4691 or Historic Ithaca 273-6633.


-Sunday, October 26th
The Arts at Grace in its eleventh season presents Don Slatoff’s Jazz Experience.

He'll perform originals, standards, Mingus, Monk, Duke, calypso, second line, freedom, and blues at 3pm.

Saxophonist Slatoff is an Ithaca native active in the New York City jazz scene. 

Admission is free and donations are welcome.


-Friday, October 31st
The Christian Assembly of God, located at 175 Port Watson St., in Cortland,
invites you to their Annual Happy Hallelujah Party, a Halloween alternative from 6pm to 9pm.

This is a family event that provides a safe place off the streets for children & families. There will be wagon rides, crafts/activities, food/candy.

Admission is  free, but please no costumes. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


November 
-Ongoing
Sign up for second annual Ugly Christmas Sweater 5k run and walk to be held at St. Mary's School in Cortland on December 6th at 9am.

Wear your ugliest sweaters and come join the fun. The course is flat and fast, post race festivities are inside and include Christmas cookies, milk, cocoa and coffee. in addition to the usual age group awards there will be prizes for ugliest sweaters.

For more information visit doublekraces.com.


-Saturday, November 1st 
There is a Blood Drive from 8am to 1pm, at the Homer First United Methodist Church, located on Cayuga Street in Homer.

Anyone who wishes to donate should call and make an appointment at 1-800-RED-CROSS or go to, redcrossblood.org.

People with appointments are given first priority, but walk-ins are also welcome.


-Saturday, November 1st
The 4th Annual Craft Fair at the Scott Church is from 10am to 3pm, located on Rt. 41 in Homer.


-Saturday, November 1st
The Center for the Arts in Homer is hosting a “Bistro Casablanca Night” at 6pm.

Complimentary French 75 Cocktail served throughout the evening and is being catered by "Linani's at the Manor." 

Main dishes include: Tabbouleh Salad, Schlada, Vegetarian Eggplant Lasagna, White Fish with artichoke & zucchini, Chicken Tagine, Beef & Sweet Tagine, and Seven Vegetable Couscous. 

Cost is $60 per person or $110 a couple. Seating is limited.


-Sunday, November 2nd
The Ithaca-Cortland PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is having their monthly support group meeting at 4pm at the Interfaith center located on Calvert St., in Cortland.


-Tuesday, November 4th 
The Columbian Presbyterian Church is putting on a Roast Beef Dinner to Celebrate Election Night from 4pm to 7pm.

Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 6 to 12. Kids 5 under eat free. 

For more Information contact the Columbian Presbyterian Church at 315-677-3293. 


-Tuesday, November 4th
The First Presybterian Church of Marathon is having an Election Day Soup/Chilli and Sandwich meal from 11am to 7pm. 


-Saturday, November 8th
The Phillips Free Library of Homer is hosting a fall book sale from 10am to 2pm.

Children's books will be priced at $0.25 and $0.50, while adult books will be priced at  $0.50, $1.00, and $2.


-Saturday, November 22nd 
The 1890 House is hosting an Italian Dinner from 5pm to 8pm,  tickets are $18.90 per person. 

 Reserve your seat by calling 756-7551 or email (the1890house@gmail.com) and Spaces are limited, so reserve them quickly 

For More information, visit the website at the1890house.org. 


-Thursday, November 27th
A free Thanksgiving Dinner is from Noon to 5pm at the Salvation Army Church on Main St. in Cortland.

Under My Skin For Life Foundation is putting on this dinner.

If you would like to make a donation contact the UMSFL for a free pickup at 591-3680 or 310-8487.

For more information contact UMSFL at tat2image@yahoo.com.
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