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Saturday, April 13

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4-H DOG OBEDIENCE Course 2023 Cornell Cooperative Extension Cayuga County is hosting a 12 week 4-H Dog Obedience Course. Open to all youth age 8-18. This...

April is Sustainability Month 2024

April 22 is Earth Day! Cornell University celebrates all things sustainability during the entire month of April, with dozens of events in climate change...

Cornell Media Guild: 19th Symposium

Join us for Cornell Media Guild's 19th Symposium, a weekend of networking and learning to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of our move to our new WVBR-FM...

Dr. Joyce Brothers, Mother of Media Psychology

Come to this exhibit highlighting the life and career of Dr. Joyce Brothers, one of the most prolific professionals and celebrities of the last century! No...

Exhibit: Seeds of Survival and Celebration

The mission of Cornell Botanic Gardens is to share the deep and enduring connections between the rich diversity of the plant world and the equally rich...

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The Yates County Master Gardeners Present: Gardening Matters Day Saturday, April 13th, 2024 Registration opens at 9:30am Program runs from 10:00...

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Thank-you for registering for the Livestock Program: Cooking your Livestock Animal If you have any questions, please contact Linnea Depue at...

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2024 4-H Area Presentations April 13 from 9:00am to 3:00pm Franklin County Courthouse in Malone, 355 W. Main St. Malone, NY 12953

Panpsychism and its History

Featuring: Galen Strawson (UT Austin) Bill Seager (Toronto) Barbara Montero (Notre Dame) Pierfrancesco Basile (Bern) Jonardon Ganeri (Toronto) David...

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The Genesee Valley Conservancy and the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County are happy to bring the Rural Landowners Workshop. The workshops are...

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Getting to Know Your Soil and Sheet Mulching: 4/13/24 at 2pm at CCE Madison's Teaching Garden; 100 Eaton Street, Morrisville, NY This volunteer led...

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Sparks - Butterfly & Pollinator Gardens is a three session, science 4-H club for Oswego County youth interested in learning about creating gardens and safe...

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Come and learn how to maintain and fix your tractor from a ??. Learn basic safety measures, preventative maintenance to prevent further break downs,...

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This workshop will cover basic safety, preventative maintenance, pre operation checks, basic maintenance, and small repairs for your home tractor. If...

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This program is for beginners and those new to vegetable gardening in Northern New York. Learn about what to grow, soil preparation, plant care, and how to...

Ives Hall exterior with ILR flagpole and banner

Join us in Ithaca to discuss the challenges to workers’ power posed by global supply chains and trade agreements, and the tools devised to address them,...

Let the Grain do the Work

The Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection spring exhibition will showcase traditional and innovative designs draped from rectangular cuts of cloth,...

Alican Taylan: Strategic Landforms

Abstract Strategic Landforms explores architectural production in French Senegal over the 19th century, which was marked by an increasing European colonial...

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Cornell Business Impact Symposium Sustainable Innovation: From Ideas to Impact Register now for the 2024 Cornell Business Impact Symposium (CBIS)! This...

What if? Imagining the Diversification of Computational Social Science

The Cornell Center for Social Sciences is proud to present a workshop for graduate students to explore the past, present, and future of equity in...

Music that Inspires: a discussion with pianist Gerald Clayton

Jazz pianist Gerald Clayton "spins" music that inspires him. An open discussion and Q&A follows. Free and open to the public. Sponsored and funded by...

Exhibit: From Nabokov's Net

Vladimir Nabokov, often recognized as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, was also from early childhood impassioned by a very different subject:...

No Mere Curios: Finding Nabokov's Lepidopterist Inspiration in the Rare Books of Entomology

In 1948, Vladimir Nabokov published a lyrical article in The New Yorker recounting the childhood experiences at the root of his lifelong passion for the...

New Muses Project talkback: CU Music

New Muses Project talkback Carter Miller, Lead Musicologist, New Muses Project Gloria Yin, Co-founder, New Muses Project This talkback will position New...

Climate Cafe

Climate Cafe [past event]

Interested in engaging in deeper dialogue around the climate crisis and building community around solutions? Join us at our first student-led Climate Cafe!...

Open Rehearsal with Gerald Clayton and the Jazz Ensemble, Paul Merrill Director

Music was Gerald Clayton's first language. His dad, the revered bassist and musical multi-hyphenate John Clayton, remembers Gerald always singing as a child...

Screening of "Israelism" & discussion with the filmmaker

Cornell's Jewish Voice for Peace will be screening the film Israelism followed by a discussion with filmmaker Erin Axelman.

The Super 8 Years

The Super 8 Years [past event]

ÒIn re-viewing our Super 8 films, shot between 1972 and 1981, it occurred to me that they comprised not only a family archive but a testimony to the...

Open Rehearsal with the Appel Jazz Combo, Peter Chwazik Coach

Music was Gerald Clayton's first language. His dad, the revered bassist and musical multi-hyphenate John Clayton, remembers Gerald always singing as a child...

Cornell Concert Series presents:  The Klezmatics

The Klezmatics became world-renowned superstars when they erupted out of New York City’s East Village in 1986 to revitalize klezmer for new generations....

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The World Will Not Hold Still, an informal concert of original dance, live music and film, interconnects body and Earth: moving from subtle, inner worlds to...

Saturday, April 13