Summer Picnics at Lifelong

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Summer is here and the picnics are on!! Lucia will “woman” the grill and do up the burgers and hot dogs.  Bring a dish to share and drop in to Lifelong for friendship, food, and fun conversations!! Wednesdays, July 12 and August 9,  11:30 – 12:30 Give us a call when you decide to come […]

WOW!! The First Intergenerational Carnival was GREAT FUN!!

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On July 12, Lifelong held its first Intergenerational Carnival, and the building was filled with laughter, balloons, popcorn, grandparents, parents, and lots and lots of kids!! Thank you to Cayuga Nature Center, and Savannah who brought her 7 week old baby porcupine, ball python, and other friends, Cami for her fun face painting, and Anna […]

A Life filled with Art – the Work of Thomas De Luca Sr.

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The Gallery at Lifelong is showing the work of Thomas De Luca Sr.  The late Tompkins County Mental Health Commissioner, Bob De Luca, used to say affectionately that his father was a lunatic, particularly when he saw the ways that Tom De Luca’s formidable creative energy expressed itself.  From eccentric backyard BBQ grills to “flower” […]

Changing of the HIICAP Guard

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 HIICAP coordinator, Elizabeth Schneider, will be retiring this summer.  From the moment she stepped into the role, she became part of the Lifelong family.  Her kindness, compassion, honest and humor made her a wonderful part of this organization, and those qualities, along with her integrity and determination to do right by her clients and counselors, […]

Friday Night is the night to be out and about!

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Join us for the First Friday Night Social, Friday, August 4th, from 5 – 8:00 pm. We’ll meet at Lifelong at 5, partake in some light refreshments and at 6, begin a downtown tour of other galleries on the Ithaca Art Trail.  Anyone and everyone is welcome!! Facilitator:  August 4, Robin Tuttle

Summer Movie: Lavender Hill

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A short documentary revealing the rich and complex history of an experiment in intentional living, from its theoretical beginnings in the Gay Liberation Front , to its realization in 1973 and finally to its twilight during the AIDS crisis.  Lavender Hill, located outside West Danby, was one of the few gay and lesbian communes in […]