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Little York Pavilion is the renowned trolley park pavilion, located at Preble in Courtland County. Constructed in 1906, it is a prominent structure with the Stick/Eastlake technique of architecture. Various additions and alterations took place, however, the primary structure stands the same - two stories, rectangular at the core, and a pavilion in each corner. Ever since 1972, the pavilion has been home to the significant Cortland Repertory Theatre. Also, the Little York Lake offers facilities for boating, dancing and picnicking. A prime alteration to the Little York Pavilion has been the addition of a restroom facility that was upgraded in 1961.
Features critically-aclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Perched on the southern end of Cornell's Ithaca campus, the 25,597-seat Schoellkopf Field is used by a variety of sports teams but is most notably the home of Cornell Big Red football. The large, open air stadium was constructed in 1915 and was named after Cornell football player and coach Henry Schoellkopf.
Newman Arena is a multi-purpose sports venue located on the campus of Cornell University. The university being part of the Ivy League, the arena hosts all the elite Ivy sports events. The space is tucked inside the Bartells Hall, and is home to the league's basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. Several tournaments, championships and competitions between rival varsities are held that draw hoards of sports enthusiasts. The arena is well facilitated with locker rooms, telescoping bleachers and so on. Lectures, speeches and similar gatherings are staged here as well; the most famous one by Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa. Call ahead to know more.
A part of the Cornell University campus for over 94 years, Bailey Hall has witnessed a long and distinguished list of renowned performers create magic within its walls. Some of these famous musicians include Paul Robeson, Isaac Stern and Luciano Pavarotti. Today, the hall has been renovated to include more comfortable seating, acoustical panels, green rooms and internet access, to name a few. Bailey Hall is available for rent for functions and events to individuals and groups. Requests should be made in person or online no less than six weeks prior to the desired date.
Lynah Rink, located on the campus of the prestigious Cornell University, is a popular ice hockey arena that hosts many of the varsity's tournaments, games and leagues. Renowned sporting events like the ECAC Hockey tournament also are held here. The venue attracts large crowds especially when there are games between different rival university like Harvard and Cornell and so on. Being associated with the elite Ivy League, the arena offers comfortable seats and the best of services.
High-quality student and professional performances are offered.
35 member official orchestra of Ithaca.
Ithaca's premiere arts and music venue.
In its intimate performance space, the Kitchen Theatre Company (KTC) creates professional theater that challenges the intellect, excites the imagination, informs and entertains. KTC nurtures a community of diverse artists and brings excellent art to the community and beyond.
You'll find a lot of off-beat plays and performances clubbed together at Hangar Theater. Don't miss the passel of realistic dramas, tear-jerkers as also an assortment of witty performances. Hang your parkas here in Ithaca this summer, it's worth the effort.
Occupying the building that what was formerly Ithaca Paint Company, the Just Be Cause Center is operated by the foundation of the same name. This center was set up by Jerry Dietz, in honor of his late wife Judy’s contribution to the Ithaca community. It features five offices, two function rooms and a WiFi-enabled conference space. This establishment houses not-for-profit activities and local events like concerts, fundraisers and cultural shows.