Fall 2018 Calendar

Look for our printed calendar at Tompkins County Public Library, Southside Community Center, Gimme Coffee (Cayuga St.), Alternatives Library (Cornell), Greenstar West End and Greenstar Oasis, Autumn Leaves Used Books, The Shop, and Alternatives Credit Union. 

 

Ithaca Freeskool Fall 2018 Class List

Brookton’s Market Live Music Thursdays
When: Every Thursday Evening, 6pm-8pm
Where: Brookton’s Market- 491 Brooktondale Road, Brooktondale, NY 14817
Join us for a different live act every Thursday night at Brookton’s Market! Free, family-friendly, and open to the public, come join your neighbors and enjoy local musical acts while sampling local brews and food from around the area. Musicians- Interested in playing during dinner or brunch? We’d love to have you! Contact Nicole at nicole@brooktonsmarket.com

Circus Culture Performance & Movie Night
Who: Circus Culture, info@circusculture.org
When: Every first Friday of the month, 7:30pm-10:00pm
Where: Circus Culture, 116 W Green St., Ithaca, NY
Every first Friday on the month Circus Culture invites YOU to a free performance + Movie night!
Performance 7:30-8:00 pm
Movie 8:00- 10:00 pm

Dacha Projects
Who: Dacha crew dachaproject@gmail.com
When: RSVP for dates
Where: Dacha Project homestead, Freeville / RSVP for location
We are a group of friends who built our own earth-bermed home, created a garden, lived off-grid for 6 years, and are still working on all kinds of homesteader projects. If you are interested in permaculture, straw bale, gardening, off-grid systems, construction or starting your own community or sustainable project – get in touch. We will be working on different things throughout the year and you can jump in. We can give you a tour and answer any questions you might have about this type of living. You can see more about us at http://www.dachaproject.com.

Finger Lakes Toy Library
Who: FLTL http://www.fingerlakestoylibrary.org
When: Fall Hours: Mon 3pm-7pm, Tues 9:30am- 11:30am, Wed 9:30am-11:30am, Thurs 3pm-7pm, Sat 9:30am-11:30am.
Where: 609 W. Clinton St. Suite 106 Ithaca,NY
Come visit and play! Membership is open to all, regardless of ability to pay. Start borrowing toys today! FLTL lends high-quality toys primarily geared at children ages 0-7. We also have an all ages puzzle and board game collection! Check out our website and Facebook for information about our Playtime events!

First Friday Gallery Night
Who: Downtown Ithaca Alliance ithacafirstfriday@gmail.com
When: First Friday of the month 5-8pm
Where: Downtown Ithaca area
The Downtown Ithaca Alliance welcomes you to Gallery Night Ithaca, a walkable tour of art openings and other special cultural events in and around downtown Ithaca taking place from 5:00-8:00 PM on the first Friday of every month. With upwards of twenty venues to visit to explore each month, there is sure to be something that will catch your eye, whether you’re a seasoned collector or a first-time browser.

Food Not Bombs!
Who: Ithaca FNB 339 0330 foodnotbombsithaca@gmail.com
When: 12 – 2 p.m. every Saturday
Where: Shawn Greenwood Park, otherwise known as Dewitt Park
Free Meal, Everyone welcome! We also meet on Fridays 4-4:30, to plan meals. Call to get involved.

Freeskool – Be An Organizer!
Who: Your Freeskool Organizers freeskoolithaca@gmail.com
When: Get in touch anytime!
Where: Worker’s Center above Autumn Leaves Bookstore in Commons
Come be part of the behind-the-scenes of Freeskool. We’re looking for organizers to help find teachers, make art, distribute calendars and all the other Freeskool goings-on. Being part of the team means getting to know the community, making posters, being creative and radical. Come get a sense of what it’s all about. Get in touch and we can figure out a good time.

Ithaca Folk Song Swaps
Who: Eric Songswap2@ericlerner.net 273-1154
When: 2-5pm 12/2, 1/6, 2/10, 3/3
Where: 115 The Commons Upstairs from Autumn Leaves Books
Let’s get together and sing. We’re looking for people in the Ithaca area who want to get together to lead a folk song and join in on others’ songs. We’ll welcome traditional ballads, chanteys, & songs, as well as contemporary songs with traditional roots. Bring your acoustic instrument or sing a cappella. We’ll take turns going around the circle to lead or request a song. One person guides the turn-taking, encourages beginners, discourages noisy side conversations, and generally tries to keep things on track. Let’s build a stronger Ithaca-based network of folksingers. Come sing us a song!http://www342.pair.com/elerner/Songswap/

Live Music in Ithaca
Who: Curt Bayer curtbayer3@gmail.com
When: Nights- mostly weekends
Where: Ithaca & surrounding areas
Interested in learning more about the live music scene in Ithaca? Want to explore new bands and genres of music (Jazz, folk, classical, jam) ? I can help you navigate the scene in town and meet great people along the way. Reach out for more info.

Loaves and Fishes
Who: Loaves and Fishes 272 5457 info@loaves.org
When: Mon, Wed, Fri 12-1pm Tues, Thurs 5:30-6:30pm
Where: 210 North Cayuga St
Free nutritious meals & advocacy services provided Monday through Friday throughout the year. All are welcome. Come join our table. For 30 years, we have been building a caring community by sharing hospitality and friendship while enjoying free delicious meals. Great volunteer opportunities available – help cook for your community.www.loaves.org

Open Mic
Who: Lot Ten Bar & Lounge
When: Every Tuesday, 9pm
Where: Upstairs at Lot Ten- 106 South Cayuga Street Ithaca, NY

Open Mic Comedy
Who: Lot Ten Bar & Lounge
When: Every 2nd and 4th Wed. of the month
Where: Upstairs at Lot Ten- 106 South Cayuga Street Ithaca, NY

Tompkins Time Traders Orientation
Who: info@tompkinstimetraders.net
When: TBA 4:30-5:30
Where: See http://www.tompkinstimetraders.net/join-us/
Tompkins Time Traders (T3) is a time bank where services and goods are exchanged with time as the only currency. Everyone’s time is valued equally, so an hour of specialized skills (i.e. dentistry, plumbing or carpentry) is equal to an hour of traditionally undervalued labor (i.e. eldercare, childcare or cooking). The orientation is geared toward people who have applied (www.tompkinstimetraders.net/join-us/) or are ready to sign up. Not sure, but interested in learning more? You’re welcome to come too! By being a Tompkins Time Trader you co-create a new economic paradigm that values each person and the skills that EVERYONE has to offer. RSVP to info@tompkinstimetraders.net

WAASR (White Allies Against Structural Racism)
Who: WAASR members rit & Jeri Gallucci 277-4936 Anne Rhodes 844-9550
When: 2nd Thursday of each month 6-8pm
Where: Quaker Meeting House, 120 3rd St., Ithaca
WAASR is a group of local people committed to raising awareness about and supporting actions to dismantle local structural racism. We facilitate a monthly drop-in in session, on the second Thursday of the month, for white people to learn, think, and plan together. Our goal is to provide a safe, supportive place for any white person to process their experiences of being white, confront any fears or misinformation, think and learn about what it means to be white, confront the nature of white supremacy, and test their thinking about what actions they might take, personally or collectively. We see our work in conjunction with and in support of people taking actions in the community through SURJ, Black Lives Matter and other groups. Sessions will be loosely structured and guided by Talking Circle graduates and facilitators. We will bring snacks to share.