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Saturday, January 25

Drag Brunch

11:00 AM
Drag brunch is back...again! Tilia Cordata returns to Coltivare to reprise her role as mistress of ceremonies for a follow up to our last two popular shows. Enjoy performances from a stellar line up …

Intention-setting workshop

1:00 PM
Join Indigo Sky, Ithaca’s newest yoga collective, on an exploratory yoga experience. Start the decade off with a renewed focus on what matters to you most. Together we’ll clean our slates …

Festival24

7:30 PM
Festival24 is a free evening of performances in the Black Box Theatre, Schwartz Center. Festival24 features an array of various original artistic works written, cast, directed, rehearsed, and …

Sunday, January 26

A new view of God and its effects on well-being

2:00 PM
A free public lecture on Christian Science: “A new view of God and its effects on well-being” presented by Phillip Hockley. Sponsored by the Ithaca Christian Science church.

Monday, January 27

Overeaters Anonymous

7:00 AM
Open “Big Book” 12-Step meeting Contact: Martha 607-229-4592

Dryden Senior Citizens lunch

11:45 AM
Table service is provided. Lunch is served at 12:15 pm with announcements starting at 11:45 am. The meal cost for members is $7 and $8 for non-members. The meal will be Shepard’s Pie, tossed …

Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program orientation

3:00 PM
Commit to taking Control of your individual happiness and well-being by taking this eight-week, comprehensive mental health program. You are invited to a free orientation session, where you will find …

Overeaters Anonymous

7:00 PM
Open “Big Book” 12-Step meeting

Tuesday, January 28

Family Forum

7:00 PM
Heather Sanford will be our guest this month to talk about PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) and the Mobile Crisis Team at Tompkins County Mental Health. Personalized Recovery Oriented …

Wednesday, January 29

Baby Doll Circle Time

10:00 AM
Through each session, we explore ways to form more caring relationships, encourage empathy, and use our problem-solving skills to create secure attachment and attunement with dolls; all lessons that …

Parenting: The Hardest Job in the World (Ithaca)

6:00 PM
This FREE 8-class workshop led by Serena Ward & Lucy Barrett will help you learn how to talk with your child (of any age) using the five communication skills: Encouragement, Can Do, Choices, Self-Control, and Respecting Feelings. Share your …

Power to Heal

7:00 PM
Finger Lakes for NY Health and co-sponsors will screen “Power to Heal” at Cinemapolis. This powerful documentary tells a chapter in the historic struggle to secure equal access to …

Thursday, January 30

Love Living at Home information session

11:00 AM
Join Foodnet Meals on Wheels as we welcome Love Living at Home for an information session about the services available through their organization. Love Living at Home will share with us the benefits …

Talks at Twelve: Saying “No” is harder than you think

12:00 PM
Venessa Bohns, Cornell University professor of organizational behavior, will speak about the implications for compliance and consent in “Saying ‘no’ is harder than you think.” …

Friday, January 31

Winter Showcase

7:00 PM
Just when winter blues have settled in, Running to Places (R2P) offers a joyful Winter Showcase to lift the spirits. Family-friendly and featuring a variety of energetic songs. The two performances …

Saturday, February 1

Aunt Irene's Variety Show

10:30 AM
Feb 1st – Aunt Irene’s Variety Show – performed by LilySilly Puppets See a singing sloth, the mysterious Linked Lizard, Rosita the flamenco dancer and Wanda the Wizard. Things seem to go awry as a needy witch casts spells to compete …

Aunt Irene’s Variety Show

10:30 AM
See a singing sloth, the mysterious Linked Lizard, Rosita the flamenco dancer and Wanda the Wizard. Live music by Matthew Ocone. See the backstage after the show. Tickets: $12 adult, $8 child (2 yrs …

Winter Showcase

7:00 PM
Just when winter blues have settled in, Running to Places (R2P) offers a joyful Winter Showcase to lift the spirits. Family-friendly and featuring a variety of energetic songs. The two performances …

Nevertheless, She Persisted

7:30 PM
Music by and about strong women, celebrating the 200th anniversary of Susan B. Anthony’s birth and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Music of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Julie …

Sunday, February 2

When it is hard to be human

3:00 PM
Authors Eva Fogelman and Roald Hoffmann will guide this panel discussion, moderated by author Dan Schwarz. In a quiet and intimate setting, they will explore why some bystanders and perpetrators in …