Bring the joy of dance into your life!
Wednesdays at Big Red Barn. Online Registration.
Salsa Beginner 1 6:15-7:30pm
Salsa Beginner 2 7:30-8:40pm
Beginner 1 covers the fundamentals of timing, rhythm, body movement, lead-follow connection, basic step patterns and partner combinations. Students learn principles of Latin dance and musicality and how to incorporate this into Salsa dancing.
Beginner 2 incorporates Beginner 1 repertoire - right...
Race, Place, and Power: The Contest Between Civil Rights, Community Control, and Neoliberalism in Urban Planning.
Thomas Sugrue is a David Boies Professor of History and Sociology, and Director of the Penn Social Science and Policy Forum at the University of Pennsylvania.
This event is open to the public.
Donald J. Grout Memorial Lecture: Gary Tomlinson (Yale University) presents "1,000,000 Years of Music." His teaching, lecturing, and scholarship have ranged across a diverse set of interests, including the history of opera, early-modern European musical thought and practice, the musical cultures of indigenous American societies, jazz and popular music, and the philosophy of history and critical theory. Tomlinson's books include Music in...
11:00-11:55 am, Session 1: Simplifying Genomic Analysis Through Robust Direct Digital Profiling of Single Molecules
The NanoString nCounter system is a novel platform for direct digital quantification of nucleic acids, including difficult samples such as cell, tissue, and blood lysates, as well as RNA and DNA from FFPE tissues. The multiplexing capacity of 10's to as many as 800 different genes/targets in a single reaction facilitates...
Take a guided hike of the newly reopeneded Cascadilla Gorge Trail. The hike will be led by Todd Bittner, from Cornell Plantations. Hikers wil learn about the 6-year, and $2.75M restoration project that the trail has undergone.
Award winning local film company PhotoSynthesis Productions will hold a special Pre-Release Screening of it’s new film CIVIL WARRIORS at Cinemapolis at 7 PM as part of the 150th Anniversary celebration of the Tompkins County Public Library. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Eric Acree, Director of the Africana Library at Cornell University. Panelists will include CIVIL WARRIORS Co-Producers and Co-Directors...
Ryan MacEvoy McCullough, piano, with Elizabeth Lyon, cello. Features Rachmaninoff’s Cello Sonata in G Minor, op. 19, Schubert’s “Arpeggione” Sonata, D. 821, and a new work for cello, piano, and electronics by Michael Small.
Enjoy a guided tour through the Botanical Gardens and discover the beauty and diversity of our numerous theme gardens. Actual tour content will vary from week to week, depending on the plants, season, interests of the group, and whim of the docent.