Tiffany concert features Over Time
Willard Memorial Chapel
17 Nelson St
The musical group Over Time will perform as part of the 2009 Tiffany Concert
Series at noon on Bednesday August 26th at Wilard Memorial Chapel.
This concert is free and open to the public. Donations will be excepted
For more information call 252-0339.
‘Skaneateles Volunteer Fireman Field Days’
September 5th and 6th
Eric Sell at 491-8492 Email:
Annual Labor Day Events to Support the Volunteer Fireman Department:
Events for Saturday:
8 AM- Car Show Registration
Noon-Chicken BBQ Starts
1 PM Sink the Boat
5 PM 2 1.2″ Pushball
7:15-10:45 PM Chris Taylor & Custom Taylor Band
1-11 PM Midway Rides (1-4 PM Pay One Price and 7-10 PM Pay One Price)
Events for Sunday:
9 AM Tractor Pull Registration
Noon- Chicken BBQ Starts
Noon-1 1/2″ Pushball
5:30-10:30 PM Great Music Company
6:30 PM Bucket Brigade
8:45 PM Sports Awards
9:15 PM Raffles
10:15 PM Fireworks.
‘A Three Day Yoga Retreat With World Renowned Teacher At Stella Maris Retreat Center’
Beginning Friday, September 04, 2009 At 05:00 PM
Stella Maris Retreat Center
130 E Genesee St
Skaneateles NY 13152
For more information contact:
Judiann Cesta ,director East Street Yoga 685-9096 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
East Street Yoga is sponsoring Paul Toliuszis,owner of the Miami Beach Yoga Shala, for a 3 day yoga retreat at the beautiful Stella Maris Retreat Center on Skaneateles Lake. Paul is also an accomplished professional golfer and infuses his practical approach to yoga with his whimsical sense of humor.You are invited to partake in the entire retreat or a la carte classes available.
miamibeachpoweryoga.com for more description of classes and event.Sept 4-6
‘Milfoil Benefit At Creekside Books & Coffee’Fundraiser
Sunday, August 30, 2009
3:00 PM to 5:00 pm
Creekside Books & Coffee
35 Fennell Street
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Milfoil Benefit featuring Dusty Pas’cal, the Milfoil Monster and the children’s coloring contest will be held on Sunday, August 30th from 3-5 PM. $5 Admission at the door goes directly to the Milfoil Eradication Project as well at 10% of the purchases from Creekside’s new Wine & Appetizer Menu. $1 Donation for photos with the Milfoil Monster also goes directly to the project. Winners of the children’s coloring contest (6 yrs. & younger) will recieve prizes the following prizes: Webkinz of their choice from White Sleight…ETC. or a Children’s Book of their choice from Creekside Books & Coffee. Winners (7-12 yrsa) will receive a Skaneateles Gift Basket from the Skaneateles Chamber or a $25 Gift Certifcate from the Skaneateles Town Square. Pick up and drop off of coloring contest entries are available at Creekside Books & Coffee, Skaneateles Chamber, Skaneateles Town Center and or Skaneateles Journal Office.
Marcellus 6th Annual Run for the Woods
The 6th Annual Run for the Woods is set for Saturday Aug. 22. The event features a 1K Fun Run at 8:30 a.m. and 4K (2.5 miles) and 5-mile races at 9 a.m. All races begin in Marcellus Park and proceeds are split between Marcellus Optimists and Baltimore Woods Nature Center.
Event Director Phyllis Danks said last year the event topped out at 140 participants, and the success of the races is due to the unique course.
“So many road races are on the road, and that can be hard on runner’s knees and hips,” Danks, an avid runner, said. “This offers nice scenery, and they don’t have to worry about traffic.”
Danks said the event consistently draws athletes from Marcellus High School — the girls varsity and JV soccer teams run the course each year — and often have runners from out of town and even outside New York State. Vacationers with a penchant for running have turned out for the race while in CNY to visit family and friends, Danks said.
For those who have participated in the Run for the Woods in the past and appreciate the course, Danks said if the race gets much larger the trails at Baltimore Woods would probably no longer be used as part of the 4K and 5-mile courses.
“Unfortunately, if we got bigger we probably wouldn’t be able to through Baltimore Woods because it would not be good for trails,” Danks said. “And it would be difficult with that many people because some of the trails are narrow.”
So if you want to enjoy the unique semi-off-road Run for the Woods course, take your pick from the three races and register with Phyllis Danks, 463-9993. Registration forms are available at Baltimorewoods.org. Proceeds will go to the Marcellus Optimist general fund and toward scholarships awarded by Baltimore Woods Nature Center.
from the www.cnylink.com/cnynews/