There’s something really whimsical and magical about fairy houses made from sticks, rocks, grass, clay, glitter, gnomes, fairies and other materials. Most materials will be provided, but if you have some natural material that you would like to use, bring that along! Join Museum Educator Tina for this fun-filled Fall afternoon. Date: Sunday, Sep 24, […]
Roberson is proud to currently be displaying the art of Mary Michael Shelley in an exhibition titled “Art of the Everyday,” which first opened in July of 2023. The exhibition will be finishing its short run in October, and the artist would like to give everyone a chance to see her create her pieces. Mary […]
We're baaaackkkkk! This 3 miler will start in front of Beer Tree Brew Co. and proceed straight up (and straight back down) Fenner Hill Road. This challenging run can be made even more brutal by choosing to enter the 'heavyweight' division which will involve running the race carrying a 20 pound or more ruck sack […]
Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help by Katie Forgette The play tells the story of the O’Sheas, a cash-challenged, Irish-Catholic family just trying to get through 1973. Linda O’Shea, our 19-year old narrator, is attempting to re-enact for the audience the most turbulent day of her life, her own, very personal Saturday Night Massacre…but her […]
‘The Hungry Ear’, celebrating the art of the short story, brings a Rod Serling tale for September 25th. This time there are two readers, Chris Nickerson and Nick Delucia who will tell his story about a baseball team and its new pitcher. It’s called ‘The Mighty Casey’ and it takes place in the Broome County […]
Southern Tier Actors Read (S.T.A.R.) group readings of plays take place the last Tuesday of the month at Phelps Mansion Museum. Times dependent on the reading.
Nostalgia, Loss, and the Great War in Elgar's Cello Concerto Come to a free lecture-recital about Sir Edward Elgar, classical music, and the First World War. Cello soloist Annie Jacobs-Perkins, who will be performing Elgar's famous cello concerto with the Philharmonic on September 30, and Director of Education Julia Grella O'Connell will be discussing this […]
Binghamton University and the Vestal Museum invite you to the Seventh Annual Haudenosaunee Festival at Binghamton University. In the spirit of the Two Row Wampum—Gä•sweñta’ or The Silver Covenant Chain of Friendship the program will feature the University's Haudenosaunee neighbors that have called New York home for time immemorial. On Friday, September 29 at 11 […]