Upcoming Events

Mar
8
Mon
all-day Lightcatcher Ornaments Craft Pic...
Lightcatcher Ornaments Craft Pic...
Mar 8 all-day
The Light catcher Ornament Craft kit will be available for pick up for those registered (registration is full). Call 315.655.9322 to arrange for a curbside pickup.
Mar
9
Tue
3:30 pm Wild & Wonderful Readers (via Zoom)
Wild & Wonderful Readers (via Zoom)
Mar 9 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Wild & Wonderful Readers (via Zoom)
The “Wild and Wonderful Readers” book club will hold its next meeting at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 9 via Zoom. The book club is open to children ages 10-14.  The group will discuss: “Absolutely Truly” by Heather Vogel Frederick this month. Books and an activity kit will be available to pick up at the Cazenovia[...]
Mar
11
Thu
5:00 pm Great Minds Great Ideas: Transgr...
Great Minds Great Ideas: Transgr...
Mar 11 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Great Minds Great Ideas: Transgressive Aesthetics: When Children Curate the Classroom
Dr. David Rufo’s research examines the self-initiated creativity of children in educational settings. During his time as an elementary classroom teacher, Dr. Rufo documented the array of creative actions his students initiated. In his research, he posed the question, “What would a classroom look like if the students were given permission to organize, decorate, and alter[...]
Mar
12
Fri
3:30 pm Teen Advisory Board Craft & Meeting
Teen Advisory Board Craft & Meeting
Mar 12 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Teen Advisory Board Craft & Meeting
Join our Teen Advisory Board for a craft and meeting. This month we will be creating our own DIY sharpie mugs. And brainstorming Ideas for future meetings and activities. If you are interested in joining email Jenna at jwright@midyork.org for the zoom link and to reserve a craft kit.
Mar
16
Tue
7:00 pm Researching Your Historical Caze...
Researching Your Historical Caze...
Mar 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Researching Your Historical Cazenovia House- Virtual Panel Discussion
Every house has a story. In Cazenovia, some of those stories go back hundreds of years. What’s the story of your house? Who built it? Who lived there before it was your home? What were their lives like? Were they farmers, merchants, teachers…? What did your house look like fifty years ago, 100 years ago…[...]
Apr
8
Thu
5:00 pm Great Minds Great Ideas: The Ori...
Great Minds Great Ideas: The Ori...
Apr 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Great Minds Great Ideas: The Origins and Basics of Hostage Negotiations
Dr. Benjamin Baughman’s lecture examines the origins and basics of hostage negotiation (HN) in policing. The lecture will start with a cursory discussion of Dr. Harvey Schlossberg and Captain Frank Boltz’s initial contributions to this area of policing in the mid ‘70s. They are both credited with adding the first formal de-escalation option (hostage negotiating) to[...]

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