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April 2014 ^ Top
   
April 15 Java and Justice
Java and Justice meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Noon at Opus Coffee House to explore topics of Social Justice affecting our world today and the response of our community. Bring your thoughts and friends. www.fpressf.com topic: Suicide
   
April 15 Knit Club at the Seneca Falls Libary
10 am - Noon. Join in the fun!
   
April 16 Wine Tasting 101
Learn the art of wine tasting as you sample Montezuma wines with winemaker, Phil Plummer! Call to register 315-539-5624. Location: Seneca Meadows Education Center, 1977 State Route 414, Seneca Falls Date: Wednesday, April 16th, 6:30—7:30 pm Cost: $6.00 per person
   
April 16 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Seneca Falls Library is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the Library; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
April 16 S2 Dinner
Longing for conversation about theological and social justice issues? Don’t want to cook this week? Looking for ways to serve? Join us every Wednesday at 5:30pm for a 30 minute simple worship service at The First Presbyterian Church in Seneca Falls down in our Social Hall followed by dinner. All ages are welcome. www.fpressf.com
   
April 18 Dr. Milton C. Sernett - North Star Shining
7:00 pm. Cost: FREE. Dr. Sernett will present his North Star Shining: New York State's Freedom Trail -- An Illustrated Journey Along the Underground Railroad story. New York State, and especially upstate's old "burned-over" district, was fertile soil for the flowering of abolitionism. This illustrated talk places the story of the Underground Railroad in the context of the religious and reform movements of the pre-Civil War period, including endeavors such as the temperance crusade and the women's rights campaign. Frederick Douglass, Gerrit Smith, Harriet Tubman, Beriah Green and many others come to center stage, as do important events such as the "Jerry Rescue" in Syracuse in 1851. Audiences are encouraged to share their local stories of "Freedom's Trail." More info here.
   
April 19 Reading and Discussion Group
"Learning from Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism and Religion" Reading and Discussion Group. 1:30 PM to 3 PM. Women's Interfaith Institute, 140 Fall Street, Seneca Falls. Six sessions to be held every other Saturday through May 31st. A Chorus of Faith, a paperback book with speeches by women at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, available for $10. Refreshments will be served. Program free. Sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. Pre-registration required. Maximum of 15 participants. Call Allison Stokes, 585-319-9395.
   
April 22 "The Little House That Could"
At 7:00PM, at the Seneca Falls Historical Society, 55 Cayuga Street, Robert Lowell Goller will present a program on our 13th President, Millard Fillmore, and his ties to upstate New York. The program is free and open to the public. For further information please call the Society at 315-568-8412.
   
April 22 Knit Club at the Seneca Falls Libary
10 am - Noon. Join in the fun!
   
April 23 S2 Dinner
Longing for conversation about theological and social justice issues? Don’t want to cook this week? Looking for ways to serve? Join us every Wednesday at 5:30pm for a 30 minute simple worship service at The First Presbyterian Church in Seneca Falls down in our Social Hall followed by dinner. All ages are welcome. www.fpressf.com
   
April 24 Sentiments and Declarations Lecture Series
Dr. Michelle Martin-Baron, Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will present the concluding lecture of the series, “Why Feminists Should Care About Funerals: the Politics of Public Mourning.” What do state funerals, AIDS activism, 300-year-old remains of former slaves, and the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act have do with each other? This talk will use a feminist approach to explore what each of these examples can tell us about public mourning practices. Lecture begins at 5 pm in Women's Rights National Historical Park Visitor Center. Admission is free
   
April 26 Yogi's 1st Annual ASAP Walk & Roll
You may register for the walk or make a donation at https://asap.myetap.org/walk-with-yogi/ Where: Seneca Lake State Park - 100 Waterloo Geneva Road Geneva NY 14456 When: Saturday April 26th 2014. Registration 11:30am to 12:30pm. Main walk at 1pm. Event ends around 4:30pm. ASAP.org reviews and funds research annually. They promote awareness by hosting support groups and community fundraisers throughout the nation. Together with its membership, ASAP works toward fulfilling its mission to improve the lives of persons affected by Syringomyelia, Chiari malformation and related disorders while they find a cure. Thank you in advance for your consideration and your support. For more information, please email Yogi at mbborys@yahoo.com or call 315-651-2657 Cost: Free - Any walker who raises $30 or more, will receive an event T-shirt.
   
April 29 Knit Club at the Seneca Falls Libary
10 am - Noon. Join in the fun!
   
April 30 S2 Dinner
Longing for conversation about theological and social justice issues? Don’t want to cook this week? Looking for ways to serve? Join us every Wednesday at 5:30pm for a 30 minute simple worship service at The First Presbyterian Church in Seneca Falls down in our Social Hall followed by dinner. All ages are welcome. www.fpressf.com
   
May 2014 ^ Top
   
May 2 Game Night and Potluck
Please join us at 5:30pm on the first Friday of every month at The First Presbyterian Church for game night and potluck dinner. We are ages infant-88. Please bring something to share, an appetite and some games. We always have games there, but you can bring something new for people to learn. It is a very relaxed evening filled with friends and fun! www.fpressf.com
   
May 3 Reading and Discussion Group
"Learning from Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism and Religion" Reading and Discussion Group. 1:30 PM to 3 PM. Women's Interfaith Institute, 140 Fall Street, Seneca Falls. Six sessions to be held every other Saturday through May 31st. A Chorus of Faith, a paperback book with speeches by women at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, available for $10. Refreshments will be served. Program free. Sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. Pre-registration required. Maximum of 15 participants. Call Allison Stokes, 585-319-9395.
   
May 3 8th Annual Wildlife Festival
The Montezuma Audubon Center, located at 2295 State Route 89, Savannah, NY, welcomes you to the 8th Annual Wildlife Festival! Owls, hawks, and mammals including a wolf, fox and bobcat will be on display! Get your picture taken with Liberty the Bald Eagle! Enjoy musical puppet shows, games, crafts, artisan vendors, great food, live music, a native plant sale, guided canoeing expeditions, a huge bounce house and much more! Fee: FREE for children under 5, $2/school-aged child, $4/adult. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED! For more details and the festival schedule, visit http://ny.audubon.org/montezuma or call 315.365.3588.
   
May 6 Book Signing and Presentation
HER STORY: A TIMELINE OF THE WOMEN WHO CHANGED AMERICA
Author Jill Tietjen speaks and signs at 7:00 - 8:00 pm at The Gould Hotel.
   
May 6 Howland Family Story
7:00 pm at the Seneca Museum, 89 Fall Street The Howland Family and the Suffrage Posters Howland Stone Store Museum President will present the Howland family story. How they were prominent in important reform movements throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth century, particularly in the abolition of slavery, education and woman's suffrage. From the beginning Slocum Howland was a devoted Quaker, wool buyer, entrepreneur, anti-slavery advocate, local banker, prohibitionist and local leader to his daughter Miss Emily, who was avidly involved in women's rights, temperance, education, abolition and political equality clubs. Along with posters that display a visual history that helped propel cause of women's rights to victory and the ratification of the 19th Amendment. More information on this event here.
   
May 7 Women's Hall of Fame Groundbreaking
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new home of the National Women's Hall of Fame at the site of the historic Seneca Knitting Mill.
   
May 9 "Aatos", an original production
"Aatos" is an original production that will be performed by Seneca Cayuga ARC's F.A.M.E. actors. Finger Lakes Artists, Musicians, & Entertainers (F.A.M.E.) Center for Creative Expression is an award-winning program designed for people with disabilities who want to explore and develop their creative talents. "Aatos" will be performed at 6:30 pm on Friday, May 9, 2014 at the Bisgrove Theater in Cayuga Community College. Tickets are $5.00.
   
May 13 Book Discussion
Please join us for a book discussion at 7pm at The First Presbyterian Church. We will be talking about the book Everything Must Change by Brain McLauren. www.fpressf.com
   
May 17 Mulch Give-way
Bring your pick-up truck, trailer or containers to the 12th, annual Mulch Give-away at the Seneca Meadows Landfill! The hardwood mulch is purchased from a local vendor for the event, and doled out on a first come, first served basis. (Seneca County residents only. Please bring your i.d..) Location: Seneca Meadows Landfill, State Route 414, Seneca Falls Date: Saturday, May 17th, 7:00—11:00 am Cost: FREE
   
May 17 Reading and Discussion Group
"Learning from Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism and Religion" Reading and Discussion Group. 1:30 PM to 3 PM. Women's Interfaith Institute, 140 Fall Street, Seneca Falls. Six sessions to be held every other Saturday through May 31st. A Chorus of Faith, a paperback book with speeches by women at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, available for $10. Refreshments will be served. Program free. Sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. Pre-registration required. Maximum of 15 participants. Call Allison Stokes, 585-319-9395.
   
May 20 Java and Justice
Java and Justice meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Noon at Opus Coffee House to explore topics of Social Justice affecting our world today and the response of our community. Bring your thoughts and friends. www.fpressf.com Topic: Water
   
May 21 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Alpha Beta Psi Cancer Sororityl is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support Alpha Beta Psi; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
May 24 Macroinvertebrate Mayhem
If your kids like to catch frogs and other slimy creatures, you won’t want to miss this! Come join the fun as we meet the many spineless creatures of the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve! Call to register 315-539-5624. Location: Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve, Black Brook Road, Seneca Falls Date: Saturday, May 24th, 11:30 am—12:30 pm Cost: FREE
   
May 31 Reading and Discussion Group
"Learning from Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism and Religion" Reading and Discussion Group. 1:30 PM to 3 PM. Women's Interfaith Institute, 140 Fall Street, Seneca Falls. Six sessions to be held every other Saturday through May 31st. A Chorus of Faith, a paperback book with speeches by women at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, available for $10. Refreshments will be served. Program free. Sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities. Pre-registration required. Maximum of 15 participants. Call Allison Stokes, 585-319-9395.
   
June 2014 ^ Top
   
June 3 Foodlink, Inc. Regional Agency Conference
This conference for Foodlink’s Seneca, Yates and Ontario County partner agencies will cover updates, highlights and plans for Foodlink’s network. Co-sponsored by the Women’s Interfaith Institute and the House of Concern, the gathering will be held at the Community Center from 8:30 AM until 1 PM. Foodlink’s mission is to end hunger and leverage the power of food to build a healthier community.
   
June 18 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the National Women's Hall of Fame is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the National Women’s Hall of Fame; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
July 2014 ^ Top
   
July 12 Hoop's Annual Motorcycle Rally & Poker Run
Registration at Dewey's 3rd Ward Tavern 10:00-noon. Ride begins at 12:00. $20 for driver and $10 per passenger. Motorcycles, cars, vans welcome. We ride around Seneca lake and stop at various locations. prizes based on turnout. All proceeds go to Hoop's Annual Bicycle Giveaway in December at the Seneca Falls American Legion.
   
July 15-16 Cycling the Erie
Approximately 600 cyclists will descend upon Seneca Falls once again on their annual cycling of the Erie Canal Trail. They will arrive here around 11am and camp at Mynderse Academy; they will be eating, visiting and networking until they leave for the Burnet Park Zoo on the 16th.
   
July 16 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Women's Institute for Leadership and Learning is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the Women’s Interfaith Institute; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
July 18-19 Convention Days Weekend
Details of this annual event to announced soon.
More info at: conventiondays.com
   
July 27 Eighth Annual Seneca Falls Classic Car Show
Annual classic car show on Fall Street. Registrations will be in the mail to past participants in the spring. Show runs from 11am to 2:30pm when trophies are awarded.
   
August 2014 ^ Top
   
August 20 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Trevor's Gift is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support Trevor’s Gift; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
August 29 - 31 St. Anthony Italian Festival Festival
The Annual St. Anthony Italian Festival is a joint venture of the SMS and Runseyville Sportsmen Clubs and their auxiliaries. Join us every Labor Day Weekend at the SMS Field on Ovid Street in Seneca Falls. Music, rides, games, fireworks, delicious food and more await you and your family at the largest and most successful Italian festival in the country.
   
September 2014 ^ Top
   
September 13 AIDS Ride for Life
The AIDS Ride for Life is a fully supported 42, 85 or 100-mile bicycle ride around beautiful Cayuga Lake beginning in Ithaca. The halfway point and lunch pit stop is located at the Seneca Falls Community Center. Now in its 16th year, the AIDS Ride for Life is raising money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Whether you are considering your first ride or are a seasoned veteran, you belong here.
   
September 17 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Ludovico Sculpture Trail is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the Trail; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
October 2014 ^ Top
   
October 15 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Seneca County Arts Council is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the Arts Council; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
October 17-19 Seneca Falls Dialogues
Presented by the Women's Institute for Leadership and Learning, the Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues held at the Gould Hotel. Call for papers has been sent to colleges and universities all around the country. Keynoter will be Tanya Fields of the BLK Projek regarding sustainability
   
October 24 Denim & Diamonds
Dinner and Silent Auction and a chance to win a real diamond. Wear your jeans and bling and we will see you at the Gould Hotel. To benefit Trinity Church.
   
November 2014 ^ Top
   
November 19 Seneca Falls Bunco Project
Seneca Falls Bunco Project Monthly Bunco game at the Seneca Falls Community Center at 7 pm. Each month a Bunco fundraiser for local 501(c)3 organizations. This month the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry is the host organization. Come on down at 7 pm to support the Museum of Waterways; entry fee $25, prizes and refreshments.
   
December 2014 ^ Top
   
TBA It's A Wonderful Life Weekend
Full schedule and information at TheRealBedfordFalls.com
   
TBA It's A Wonderful Run 5k
Join us on a 5K Run/Walk through the beautiful, illuminated, historic Village of Seneca Falls, NY at dusk. A unique start to this USATF Certified 5K Course places the field atop the famous Bridge Street Bridge which many believe was the inspiration for the bridge scenes in the holiday movie classic 'It's A Wonderful Life'. The run/walk will take you past the decorated Christmas Tree display, the lighted storefronts and shops of downtown Seneca Falls, and past historic village homes decked out and lit-up for the holiday season. The course concludes in the shadow of the Bridge Street Bridge in People's Park along the Seneca Falls Canal Harbor. Visit: www.itsawonderfulrun5k.com
   
December 29 Natural Spa Workshop
Make luxurious, body care products with ingredients from Mother Nature! (Please bring wash cloth & towel.) Call to register 315-539-5624. Location: Seneca Meadows Education Center, 1977 State Route 414, Seneca Falls Date: Wednesday, January 29th, 6:30—8:00 pm Cost: $8.00 per person
   
December 31 New Year's Eve Ball Drop
Join local residents of Seneca Fallsto ring in the new year! Location TBA.
   
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