Trumansburg Connection
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After having to shut down and switch to delivery and curbside mid-March, Bellwether Hard Cider has finally been able to return to some kind of normalcy thanks to phase three of the county reopening. … more
Astute Trumansburg residents may have noticed a new display at Rotary Circle, the garden patch on Main Street in front of Ron Don’s Village Pub. That large, multicolored sign reading … more
The Houseworths have been running Cabin View Alpacas just outside the village of Trumansburg for nearly a decade now, and thanks to phase two, the much-loved farm can continue to provide animals that … more
This year’s Giving is Gorges, a day celebrating and promoting county philanthropy, undoubtedly came at a rough economic time for residents, but that didn’t stop folks in Trumansburg from … more
After being closed for nearly two months, one of Trumansburg’s favorite pizzerias has made a comeback. Almost 17 years ago, Fabrizio Gangi moved to Trumansburg from his home in Italy, … more
Sixteen years ago, Matt Taylor joined the Trumansburg Volunteer Fire Department after a couple friends “coerced” him to put his Class B CDL to good use. “I was voted in November … more
The Trumansburg Farmers’ Market opened for its 2020 season on May 6, instituting new protocols to provide the community with the much-loved and needed resource while ensuring the safety of … more
On May 1, Trimmers Ice Cream opened for the season. While it was nearly a month past when owner Jane Broadfield was hoping to open, Trumansburg was happy to see the business serving ice cream and … more
On April 22, the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival Organization announced that the 30th annual Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, originally scheduled for July 16 through 19, 2020 is … more
On April 16, local German-themed restaurant Brews and Brats at Autumn View officially opened for the season, but for the first time in its three-year history just outside the village, it … more
On April 9, three years of review finally ended for what has proven to be a controversial project for the village – 46 South Street, also known as Crescent Way Crescent Way, which includes … more
For nearly three decades, local pizzeria Little Venice has been a staple in the village, dedicating itself to not just serving up good food but also holding fundraisers and providing free food to … more
As the weather takes a quick turn to cold, it is our inclination to bundle up and stay in the warmth of our homes, but there is so much food to be enjoyed in Trumansburg! Restaurant events, … more
Standardized testing is holding strong as the benchmark for measuring student success, although some schools are able to push back against teacher-based methods in favor of implementing student-based … more
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