EPAC Rock Project presents!
February 8th – 10th, 2019
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
The EPAC Rock Project presents The DOORS, live on stage with local musicians, vocalists, and dancers in this annual Multi Media Event. Unique to the EPAC Stage, you won’t see anything like it anywhere else ever again.
$12 – Adults
$10 – Seniors and Children
EPAC Box Office: (607)785-8903
– BPF’s Pond Hockey Trail Run & Snowshoe Races / Sunday, January 27 11 AM – 1 PM @ Chenango Valley State Park
Your choice of a snowshoe race OR winter trail run with optional obstacles as part of the Binghamton Pond Festival to support the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier and their DIFD initiatives for you suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
Races will start at near the Confluence pop up tent in the ice rink area with courses stretching throughout the park and finishing back near the rink area.
– A Room to Heal is a local charity whose mission is to create dream bedroom makeovers to give seriously ill children a special place to rest and recover. Since 2006, they’ve completed over 100 projects, 16 in 2018 alone. They can’t do it alone and need your help.
They are holding the annual fundraiser Hearts for Hope, on February 8th at the Holiday Inn Binghamton from 7-10pm. There will be raffle baskets, auction items, tapas style appetizers & tastings, and a cash bar.
Tickets are on sale at www.aroomtoheal.net. Presale tickets are $30 per person/$55 per couple. All tickets will be $35 at the door.
– FIRST TIME COMING TO BROOME COUNTY!
February 8, 2019 6 PM- 9PM
Night to Shine sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation hosted by Chenango Bridge Methodist Church is:
• A worldwide movement.
• An unforgettable free prom night experience for people with Special Needs over 14 years old to celebrate the value of life.
• Held simultaneously on one night around the world by 650+ churches.
Seeking VOLUNTEERS and SPECIAL GUESTS!
Every guest of Night to Shine enters this complimentary event on a red carpet complete with a warm welcome from a friendly crowd and paparazzi. Once inside, guests receive the royal treatment:dinner, dancing and the works! Each guest receives a crown or tiara because they are all kings and queens.
This is a night not only for guests to shine, but for churches to shine, for volunteers to shine, and most importantly, for Christ to shine. The Tim Tebow Foundation is committed to celebrating people with special needs.
Volunteer opportunities- you can help serve in more than one area and must be over 14 years old!
All volunteers 14-18 years old must fill out a Volunteer Registration and a Volunteer Permission Slip. All volunteers over 18 must fill out a Volunteer Registration and a background check form.
Please note that this event is by invitation only. The number of participants is limited. Once we receive a completed registration, an invitation will be mailed to confirm participation. We also have a limited number of prom dresses and suits that participants may wear to this event. Their invitation will include details on when and where fittings may be arranged.
WWW.NIGHT2SHINECB.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION.
First UMC of Chenango Bridge Night To Shine
First United Methodist Church of Chenango Bridge Night to Shine Prom for Guest with Special Needs
Hop on over to the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park for the annual Eggstravaganza on Apr 20 & Apr 21, From 10am till 3pm. This family friendly event will feature an egg hunt, crafts, Easter bunny meet & greets, and more! Guests will start at the ticket booth and make their way around the zoo to find 5 different colored Easter eggs. Children will be able to redeem these eggs for candy and prizes at the end of their visit.
• Members: $6.00 | Non-members: $10.00
• Available at the door
• 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
• $5.00 donation: Use your own camera or phone
• $10:00 donation: Receive a 4×6 printed photo onsite
Hosted by Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church,
308 Main Street, Johnson City
– The Southern Tier Lamb to Loom Fiber Guild Promotes fiber arts throughout the Southern Tier ie; spinning, weaving,needle felting and dyeing wool and alpaca as well as knitting, crocheting, quilting and so much more. They also are now doing demos for schools and various organizations. They meet the first Saturday of every month at the Main Street Baptist Church, Chesnut and Main Binghamton from 10-2pm.
– The Phelps Mansion Museum is very excited to introduce their newest program:
They are looking for the next generation of history story tellers.
Are you a student between the age of 13 and 17 who might be interested in?
Museum Careers (educator, curator, exhibit designer, conservator, etc)?
Learning about history of The Phelps Mansion Museum?
Working with young children in creative activities?
Meeting other teens with similar interests?
Enhancing your resume for college and job applications?
If you can answer yes to any of those questions please consider volunteering as a Junior Docent.
Application, teacher recommendation and parent or guardian permission slip along with more information about the program can be found by clicking the link:
If You have a event of community interest .. Email it to us Wecare@1025thevault.com