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The City of Cortland and the Landscape and Design Commission invite you to register for a free street tree.
The planting program will begin on April 28th. For more information and if you have questions call Linda Armstrong at Thoma Development 607-753-1433.
The Cortland County League of Women Voters is accepting nominations for its annual Alice A. Walker Award. Walker was a member of the League, active in community service and a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at SUNY Cortland.
As an ongoing tribute to her contributions in all areas, the League honors a member of the Cortland County community who exemplifies Walker’s commitment to service and her independent spirit, sense of justice and ability to focus on a need in society.
Nominations can include a description of the candidate’s background, current activities in the community, and a statement of how the individual demonstrates some or all of the characteristics mentioned above.
Nomination forms are available on line at lwvcortland.org and at public libraries in the county, Main Street SUNY Cortland, RSVP, Office for the Aging, the YWCA and the YMCA.
Beautify your home and support the Cortland Repertory Guild with their flower power fundraiser. Order bulbs for the summer and support your favorite summer theatre at the same time. They are trying to raise a $1,000.
The deadline for online orders is Friday, April 25th.
Visit flowerpowerfundraising.com/campaign?campaign_id=18029 and then click on the "shop now" button to see the wide variety of bulbs available, and make your order.
Each flower has helpful information on how and where to plant. The bulbs will be shipped directly to you.
-Wednesday, April 16th
The next monthly meeting of the Cortland Men's LGBT Group is at 6pm at the LGBT Resource Center, located at 73 Main St. in Cortland, NY 13045.
Bring a dish-to-pass for a pot-luck supper. (If you are unable to bring anything, just bring yourself)
They will have a presentation, "LGBT 101", by Leah Calzolaio, Project Coordinator, the Center-Cortland LGBT Resource Center.
The meeting is open to all members and allies of the LGBTQA++ community.
-Saturday, April 19th
A Easter Eggstravaganza is happening at the J.M. McDonald Sports Complex from 11:30am to 12:30pm. This is free but donations are appreciated.
-Saturday, April 19th
The 10th Annual East Homer Antique Tractor Plow Day begins at 7:30am with a pancake breakfast till 10:30am. The bake sale is at 8am and a chicken BBQ is from 11am till gone. The tractor pull does start at 9am.
There will be a pony cart, horse drawn wagon rides and tractor drawn barrel car rides.
-Sunday, April 20th
The Christian Assembly of God, located at 175 Port Watson St. in Cortland is hosting a fun morning for Ages K-6th.
Services start at 10:30am for Adult services as well as Children's Church.
There will be an Easter Egg Hunt and a surprise in every egg except 5.
Please call the church at 607-756-0076 by Thursday, April 16th and leave a message with how many children will be attending (they can not be just dropped off, an adult must stay) and your name and number.
They will be outside; and it might be muddy and chilly. Please have children dressed accordingly.
-Saturday, April 26th
The annual Relay for Life Crew kickoff event is from 1pm to 5pm at Beer Goggles Bar.
There will be food raffles and a good time. Cost is $10 at the door. All proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society.
-Saturday, April 28th
There is Monday Night Seminar at 7:30pm at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, located at 159 Sapsucker Woods Rd. in Ithaca with Speakers Anne B. Clark, Binghamton University; Kevin McGowan, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Admission is free for more information call 800-843-2473 or visit email@example.com.
-Sunday, April 27th
The SUNY Cortland Gospel Choir Spring Concert begins at 4pm in the Corey Union Function Room.
Cost is $5 for General Admission and $3 Students. Children under 12 Free
This is Director Rob Brown’s farewell concert. A reception will follow.
-Sunday, April 27th
The SUNY Cortland Backwoods Games are from 11am to 4pm in the lower campus near Park Center.
There will be tug of war, QB challenge, hot dog eating contest, egg toss and potato sack races.
This is in support of Toys for Tots of Cortland County.
If you want to get involved or want more information call William McGrath at 315-391-2933 or Steven Schneider at 518-772-9111. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Monday, April 28th
The Cortland County Area Agency on Aging can help you find the answers if your new to Medicare, are turning 65 or have you been collecting Social Security Disability for two years?
The agency from 5:30pm to 7:30pm is presenting a free seminar in which, its Health Insurance Information Assistance and Counseling Program counselors will cover the various parts of Medicare, other health insurance options, and programs which may assist with Medicare cost.
Reserve your seat now by calling the agency at 607-753-5060.