Events Calendar

Sep
22
Fri
Movie: Fantastic Mr. Fox @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Sep 22 @ 3:15 pm – 7:00 pm

Free and open to the public

Rated PG; 87 minutes

Join us at the Cazenovia Public Library for two free screenings of the critically acclaimed Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009). The stop-motion animated comedy tells the story of a fox who returns to his old thieving ways and must work with the animal community to survive the farmers’ retaliation. This family-friendly film will be presented in celebration of Cazenovia’s fourth annual Fall Festival.

Free popcorn provided.

This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Cazenovia Public Library.

For more information call (315) 655-9322 or visit www.cazenoviapubliclibrary.org.

Dave Hanlon’s Cookbook Band @ Catherine Cummings Theater
Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Dave Hanlon’s Cookbook Band sponsored by CNY Arts Counsel Grant. Free Public concert.

Sep
23
Sat
Fall Festival Event @ Albany St.
Sep 23 all-day

Fall Festival with music, sidewalk sales, vendors, Farmers’ market, bounce houses, crafters and fun for all ages.  More information to follow

Sep
26
Tue
Business Forum @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Sep 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Hosted by the
Cazenovia Chamber of Commerce

Sep
27
Wed
Where’s Molly? Film Screening & Panel Discussion @ Catherine Cummings Theatre
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm

The Arc of Madison Cortland and Cazenovia College are hosting a screening of Where’s Molly? on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, at 5:00PM at the Catherine Cummings Theatre located at 16 Lincklaen Street on the Cazenovia College campus. This documentary is a poignant story about institutions, the decisions parents of disabled children were faced with, and a dark time in America’s history.

“What happened to Molly,” is a question Jeff Daly was plagued by as a child. He had a younger sister named Molly when one day she vanished and his parents told him to forget about her. At the tender age of 6, that was exactly what he did until decades later when he found out the truth about Molly. In order to keep up appearances, she was sent to an institution based on the recommendation from a doctor. Jeff was left to wonder and mourn the loss of his sister for years following until their emotional reunion.

A panel discussion will follow the film screening and will be facilitated by Maureen Louis, professor, communication studies, at Cazenovia College. Featured on the panel are Michael Kennedy, former resident of Rome Developmental Center and author of My Life in Institutions and My Way Out; Robin Collins, former employee at Syracuse Developmental Center and current trainer at The Arc of Madison Cortland; Dan Flannigan, Central Region coordinator at SANYS; and Mary Handley, professor, human services, at Cazenovia College.

Robin Collins, a panelist and former employee at an institution, is hopeful that the event will raise awareness and prevent history from repeating itself. “Based on my experience and what I’ve learned working in the field, it is my strong belief that we must keep teaching disability history so people will know how it was and fight to ensure we never go back to those times!”

The event is free and is open to the public. For more information please contact Cassaundra Conant at Cassaundra.Conant@arcofmc.org, 315-363-3389 ext. 1610 or visit our website at www.arcofmc.org.

Where’s Molly? Film Screening & Panel Discussion @ Catherine Cummings Theatre
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm

The Arc of Madison Cortland and Cazenovia College are hosting a screening of Where’s Molly? on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, at 5:00PM at the Catherine Cummings Theatre located at 16 Lincklaen Street on the Cazenovia College campus. This documentary is a poignant story about institutions, the decisions parents of disabled children were faced with, and a dark time in America’s history.

“What happened to Molly,” is a question Jeff Daly was plagued by as a child. He had a younger sister named Molly when one day she vanished and his parents told him to forget about her. At the tender age of 6, that was exactly what he did until decades later when he found out the truth about Molly. In order to keep up appearances, she was sent to an institution based on the recommendation from a doctor. Jeff was left to wonder and mourn the loss of his sister for years following until their emotional reunion.

A panel discussion will follow the film screening and will be facilitated by Maureen Louis, professor, communication studies, at Cazenovia College. Featured on the panel are Michael Kennedy, former resident of Rome Developmental Center and author of My Life in Institutions and My Way Out; Robin Collins, former employee at Syracuse Developmental Center and current trainer at The Arc of Madison Cortland; Dan Flannigan, Central Region coordinator at SANYS; and Mary Handley, professor, human services, at Cazenovia College.

Robin Collins, a panelist and former employee at an institution, is hopeful that the event will raise awareness and prevent history from repeating itself. “Based on my experience and what I’ve learned working in the field, it is my strong belief that we must keep teaching disability history so people will know how it was and fight to ensure we never go back to those times!”

The event is free and is open to the public. For more information please contact Cassaundra Conant at Cassaundra.Conant@arcofmc.org, 315-363-3389 ext. 1610 or visit our website at www.arcofmc.org.

Where’s Molly? Film Screening & Panel Discussion @ Catherine Cummings Theatre
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm

The Arc of Madison Cortland and Cazenovia College are hosting a screening of Where’s Molly? on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, at 5:00PM at the Catherine Cummings Theatre located at 16 Lincklaen Street on the Cazenovia College campus. This documentary is a poignant story about institutions, the decisions parents of disabled children were faced with, and a dark time in America’s history.

“What happened to Molly,” is a question Jeff Daly was plagued by as a child. He had a younger sister named Molly when one day she vanished and his parents told him to forget about her. At the tender age of 6, that was exactly what he did until decades later when he found out the truth about Molly. In order to keep up appearances, she was sent to an institution based on the recommendation from a doctor. Jeff was left to wonder and mourn the loss of his sister for years following until their emotional reunion.

A panel discussion will follow the film screening and will be facilitated by Maureen Louis, professor, communication studies, at Cazenovia College. Featured on the panel are Michael Kennedy, former resident of Rome Developmental Center and author of My Life in Institutions and My Way Out; Robin Collins, former employee at Syracuse Developmental Center and current trainer at The Arc of Madison Cortland; Dan Flannigan, Central Region coordinator at SANYS; and Mary Handley, professor, human services, at Cazenovia College.

Robin Collins, a panelist and former employee at an institution, is hopeful that the event will raise awareness and prevent history from repeating itself. “Based on my experience and what I’ve learned working in the field, it is my strong belief that we must keep teaching disability history so people will know how it was and fight to ensure we never go back to those times!”

The event is free and is open to the public. For more information please contact Cassaundra Conant at Cassaundra.Conant@arcofmc.org, 315-363-3389 ext. 1610 or visit our website at www.arcofmc.org.

Sep
29
Fri
Art for Kids: “Sketching with da Vinci” @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Sep 29 @ 1:30 pm

Children ages 8-12

Children ages 8-12 are invited to the Cazenovia Public Library Community Room for an exploration into the extraordinary life and work of Leonardo da Vinci. During the program, titled “Sketching with da Vinci,” participants will learn about the artist’s unique style, examine his work, and have the opportunity to create their own da Vinci-inspired sketches of natural and mechanical objects. All materials will be provided. Participants will qualify for the chance to win a beautiful art kit donated by a good friend of the Library. Call or stop by the Library to reserve a spot.

All events at the Cazenovia Public Library are free and open to the public.

For more information, call (315) 655-9322 or visit www.cazenoviapubliclibrary.org.

Sep
30
Sat
Cazenovia Art Trail @ Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall
Sep 30 all-day
Cazenovia Art Trail @ Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall |  |  |

The Cazenovia Art Trail takes place the weekend of September 30 and October 1. It is a self-guided tour of artists’ studios that provides a unique opportunity to drive beautiful back roads and meet Cazenovia’s diverse and talented artists in their working environments at the height of fall color. Beginning in September, a map of participating artists will be available for download on the website provided. Maps will also be available at all artists’ locations, including the Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall at 6 Sullivan Street, on the days of the Trail.

Cazenovia Art Trail @ New Woodstock Free Library
Sep 30 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Local Artisans and the Cazenovia Watercolor Society exhibit and artist demonstrations.

Oct
1
Sun
Cazenovia Art Trail @ Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall
Oct 1 all-day
Cazenovia Art Trail @ Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall |  |  |

The Cazenovia Art Trail takes place the weekend of September 30 and October 1. It is a self-guided tour of artists’ studios that provides a unique opportunity to drive beautiful back roads and meet Cazenovia’s diverse and talented artists in their working environments at the height of fall color. Beginning in September, a map of participating artists will be available for download on the website provided. Maps will also be available at all artists’ locations, including the Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall at 6 Sullivan Street, on the days of the Trail.

Cazenovia Art Trrail @ New Woodstock Free Library
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Local artisans and Cazenovia Watercolor Society exhibit and artist demonstrations

Oct
2
Mon
Screening: Blissville…An Investigation @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm

All are welcome

This fall, the Cazenovia Public Library will host a free public screening of media artist Hank Linhart’s Blissville…An Investigation. The one-hour “docu/poem” brings to light a remote neighborhood in the shadows of midtown Manhattan. Through street interviews and footage of local industries, Linhart highlights the changes in the unique town’s local history, as well as the community’s ethnic diversity. The film was made possible through the support of the New York State Council of the Arts. Distribution and Exhibition funds were administered through the Wave Farm Media Arts Assistance Fund.

For more information call 315-655-9322 or visit www.cazenoviapubliclibrary.org.

Oct
3
Tue
HARMONIC BRASS Concert @ St. James Catholic Church
Oct 3 @ 6:30 pm
HARMONIC BRASS Concert @ St. James Catholic Church |  |  |

This amazing brass quintet will grace the Village of Cazenovia for a one night appearance at St. James Church at 6:30pm. Tickets are still available for $10.00 adults and $5.00 for students. Please call the parish office to pick up your tickets today. They are selling quickly as this group has a large following from the Upstate New York region.

Oct
5
Thu
Fall Into Good Health @ Red Barn 20
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Fall Into Good Health @ Red Barn 20 |  |  |

Join us for an evening of health, wellness, and fun! We will have various vendors and healthcare providers from Community Memorial and Crouse Health available to provide information and answer your questions. There will also be a cash bar, tastings, and great local food.
This event is free but space is limited to the first 200 registrants. Pre-register today to claim your spot! Go to https://www.communitymemorial.org/news/fall-good-health-2017/ to pre-register.

Oct
24
Tue
Business Forum @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Oct 24 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Hosted by the
Cazenovia Chamber of Commerce

Nov
28
Tue
Business Forum @ Cazenovia Public Library Community Room
Nov 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Hosted by the
Cazenovia Chamber of Commerce