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Events in the City of Hornell and the Canisteo Valley

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*Please note dates are tentative and subject to change. If you have any questions regarding posted events or if you would like to submit events for consideration please contact the HPG office 607-324-9786. Also, see us on Facebook!

JANUARY

  • Jan 31 - 4th Annual Lip Sync Battle! Fun for all! Free admission, and free entry for teams! Come with some pocket cash to help raise money for a local charity. You will not regret this hysterically funny night of battling like on the Jimmy Fallon show! January 31st - 7pm-9pm Location: Hornell High School auditorium Cost: Free. Donations will be accepted to be donated to the Maple City Police Club Team limit: 12 Teams must select 3 songs, each cut down to 1 min or less to battle against another team. Crowd determine the winners. Anyone can enter! Come one come all! **Family friendly! Last year we raised over $1,600 for the Hornell Area Humane Society and the years before, the Hornell YMCA and St James Mercy Hospital. This year, the charity is the Maple City Police Club. Those interested in performing please contact HPG by calling or texting 324-9786 or emailing hornellpartners@gmail.com

FEBRUARY

  • Feb 8 - Hornell Little League Sign ups - 6pm - We will be holding a ONE TIME “in person” SIGN UPS day on February 8th from 6-8 pm at the Hornell Intermediate School Cafeteria for anyone who is unable to register online.
  • Feb 8 - Hornell Community Theatre’s Big Band Cabaret at The Main Place - Hornell Community Theatre will proudly present a Big Band Cabaret showcasing the Golden Age of American Swing Music with music by Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, and more! The show features the area’s finest singers and an 11 piece jazz band! Our talented singers include Natalie Crosby, Deb Bossie, James Freeland, Jeremy Speed Schwartz, Tom Manikas, and Chris van Leeuwen, along with special appearances by Caroline Boden, and James Hess! Big Band Cabaret will be held at The Main Place February 8-9 at 7pm with the doors opening at 6 for cocktails and refreshments. Tickets are $10/person On Saturday, February 10, we will present an optional [reservation only] dinner/show special for $35/person beginning at 6pm. Reservations MUST be made by Tuesday February 6. For reservations, contact John Carbone 607-968-1148 Email jc.infinity@hotmail.com Website www.themainplacehornell.com
  • Feb 9 - “Shepard Pi “ at Southside - 8pm- Always a great time with this duo! Stop in for some fun FRIDAY!!!
  • Feb 10 - Free To Be Me Movie: Peter Rabbit. Cost: $7.00 per person - For many families, going to see a movie is an entertaining way to spend time together. But for kids with autism and other disabilities, the traditional movie experience can be pretty overwhelming. The loud sounds and the dark can be pretty overwhelming, and the need to watch the movie in silence can be hard for the kids. For many families with kids with autism, going to a movie theater together is simply not an option. Fortunately, Spotlight Theater has recognized the need to offer sensory-friendly movie viewings. We’ve had some families that book parties with us specifically so their children and their friends can go to the movies in a format that suit them best. We would like to extend that opportunity to everyone. So Get Up and Dance, Sing to a Song, Pace the Floor and enjoy the movie as you see fit. The second Saturday of a new PG or PG-13 movie will be a Free To Be Me Movie While we know what movies are coming out we cannot always control when we get them please check Facebook for updates. Lights will be dimmed and not off, limited trailers, no commercials, and lower volume sound during the Free To Be Me Movies. Closed Captioning glasses and cup units available, as well as headphones.
  • Feb 12 - The Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) support group meetings will be held the second Monday of every month. This month’s meeting will be Monday, February 12, 2018 at 2:00PM in the Hospital’s Cardiac Rehab department on the 2nd floor. The Congestive Heart Failure support group is aimed at cardiac patients and their spouses, families and friends to provide education and support for both the physical and emotional aspects of heart disease. The group will be staffed by facilitators from the Cardiac Rehab Program who are specially trained in cardiac care. Patients have been shown to benefit through participation in a support group. For more information contact Jen Wetherby, RN BSN at 607-324-8118.
  • Feb 13 - The VFW Auxiliary will be having a Pancake Supper on Tuesday February 13th at the Post on Canisteo Street... 4:00-7:00 pm. (Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee, milk, orange juice). Adults $6.00. Children 10 and under $4.00 and children under 3 free. Open to the public. Tickets available at Post or from any Auxiliary member. Pm me, if you’d like a ticket. Help support our many Veterans programs! Call 281-9136 for tickets.
  • Feb 14 - The Afternoon Grief Support Group will be offered on the second Wednesday of every month. The next meeting will be Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 1:00 PM in the Elderwood Chapel (formerly McAuley Manor) on the 2nd Floor. The group will be open to anyone who is struggling with feelings of loss or grief, and a Chaplain will be the facilitator. For more information, contact Laura Vetter at (607) 324-8147.
  • Feb 14 - Ash Wednesday. Worship and ashes at 7pm at The Arkport United Methodist Church
  • Feb 14 - Valentine’s Day Chocolate & Wine at The Brute: A Finger Lakes Focused Wine Bar , with Music By Alyssa Lynn Little 6pm-9pm Enjoy a romantic night of music by Alyssa Lynn Little, and treat your better half to some absolutely delicious gourmet chocolate & wine 🍷  We will be serving flights of gourmet chocolate paired with the best Finger Lakes Wines. We will also have Brandy’s Cup of Joe on sight serving up delicious Affogato coffees.  We are doing $15 pre-sale tickets ($20 at the door if you’d like to do the pairing) so that we have an approximate count of how much chocolate to make! And it will include:  *A heavy-handed flight of Five of the best Finger Lakes wines paired with Five gourmet chocolates, *Affogato coffee to finish the pairing *Guaranteed opportunity to listen to one of the area’s best rising musicians. Not feeling chocolate? No worries! If you just want to come and listen to the music, you can do that too!!! A small cover charge of $2 will get you in the door! We will also have Valentine’s Day themed Farm Boards available to snack on throughout the evening! Stop down to the Brute to reserve your special evening!
  • Feb 14 - Club 57 Did you make your reservations for Valentine's Day yet? Consider Club 57, where {LOVE} is always on the menu! Call today- 607.324.1143 In addition to our regular 《DINNER》 menu-- we will have the following《DINNER》 specials: Soup: Lobster Bisque Entrees: -Lobster Ravioli in a Sherry Lobster Cream Sauce -Shrimp & Lobster Mac & Cheese -Beer Battered Fish Fry Served W/ Fries, Cole Slaw & Tartar Sauce -Baked Fish Fry Served W/ Fries, Cole Slaw & Tartar Sauce -Beer Battered Shrimp & Fish Fry Served W/ Fries Cole Slaw, Tartar & Cocktail Sauces -4 oz Petite Filet & $oz Lobster Tail Served W/ Choice of Potato & Vegetable Medley Desserts for 2: Ultimate Chocolate Cake a la Mode Red Velvet Cake a al Mode
  • Feb 15 - Blood Drive at Hornell VFW - 1pm-6pm - When an accident at a factory happens, we must be ready to help the injured. When a truck jackknifes on the interstate, we must be fully equipped to assist the survivors. And when a pediatric cancer patient needs blood and platelets during chemotherapy, we must contribute to that child’s healing.
  • Feb 15 - Registration for Arkport Jr Baseball will be held February 15th at Arkport Central School PAC from 3:30-6:00 pm.
  • Feb 15 - Arkport Softball Registration - Registration will be held in the PAC. 3:30pm-6pm
  • Feb 15 - Soul Town: Southern Inspired Cuisine! at The Brute: A Finger Lakes Focused Wine Bar , 3pm-10pm - Southern inspired cuisine and Open Mic!
  • Feb 17 - 1st Annual Pins for Pigs at Maple City Bowl for Southern NY Pig Rescue , 12pm-2pm - The event is February 17 and will run from 12p-2p with open bowling from 12:30p-1:30p. Tickets are $15 ea, and that includes shoe rental, pizza & soda! We will have a 50/50 raffle and some baskets to raffle off also. Families are encouraged to attend! Event will be held at Maple City Bowl in Hornell NY
  • Feb 17 - IN THE GROOVE… Jazz AND BEYOND will be a FREE CONCERT performed by the Hornell Area Wind Ensemble on Sunday, February 17th 2018 at 7:30pm at the Hornell High School Auditorium. The will be on Snow Date February 18th 2018 at 3:00pm at the Hornell High School Auditorium. The Conductors will be Edward Belin and Chris Lynn.
  • Feb 17 - Mardi Gras Dinner for Charlotte's Journey & Spinal Bifida Awareness 4pm-6pm - ***Mardi Gras dinner & silent auction to support Charlotte's Journey*** Canisteo's own Chris & Carli Cavanaugh have supported our town as faithful, hardworking business owners for years, now it's time to support them & their daughter Charlotte. Charlotte was diagnosed with spinal bifida early in Carli's pregnancy. They were referred to Philadelphia's Children's Hospital where they have spent almost all of their time since October. On December 28th Charlotte was born. She is a fighter, but her & her parents length of stay at the Children's Hospital in unsure yet, as they assess her health. Mardi Gras Meal $12.00 Includes: A cup of chicken gumbo, Choice of po' boy, Cajun Fries, Beignets, Eat in or take out
  • Feb 17 - Beat the Blues 2018 - A Winter Bash to Benefit St. James - DRESS TO IMPRESS at this year's "Beat the Blues," one of the year's best parties in Hornell, featuring live music by The Orient Express (back by popular demand), bar, dinner, auction, and lots - and LOTS - of dancing! Tables and sponsorships are available. Call the SJM Foundation at 607-324-8233 with questions. Location: Main Place, Time: 6pm-11pm, Cost: $50 per ticket
  • Feb 19 -23 - ENGAGE, LEARN, SHINE -Care For Kids Hornell Area Family YMCA. Care for kids is a full day program at the YMCA for kids registered for kindergarten to the age of 12. This program includes gym, swim, arts & crafts, and free play. The YMCA provides a nutritious snack. You must provide lunch, swimsuit, towel, and clean sneakers for the gym. WHEN: February 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 TIME: 8:00am-6:00pm FEE: $25/day- Members $35/day- Program Participants
  • Feb 20 - Applebee's "Dining to Donate" event to benefit Hornell Youth Cheerleading! 11am-10pm On Sunday 1/21, the all star Hornell Youth Cheerleading team competed in Erie PA and not only placed 1st, but won a bid to compete on the national level in Virginia Beach in April. To help offset the cost of a competition of this magnitude, we have partnered with our local Applebee's. Any patron presenting this voucher on 2/20 will have 10% of their bill donated to our cause! Please join us, enjoy some great food, and help make some dreams come true while you're at it!! http://tlcneighborhood.com/dining-to-donate/2595-hornell-youth-cheerleading/
  • Feb 21 - The Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Class will be held the third Wednesday of every month. The next class will be Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 8:00AM in the Hospital's Memorial Conference Room (ground floor off the cafeteria). CPR is an essential life-saving technique which is the only known method of keeping someone alive until medically necessary treatment can be administered to the victim. Knowledge of CPR does not only save lives, but also allows victim to recover without sustaining any permanent damage. The class is approximately 3 hours in duration and the cost is $55 which includes the certification card. For more information or to register contact Teri Symonds at tsymonds@sjmh.org.
  • Feb 23 - Hornell's newest band, Full Scale, hosting an end of the winter dance party at the Hornell Association. 8 p.m. to 12am - Open to the Public..!!
  • Feb 24 - 3rd Annual Winter Festival at The Brute - It’s that time of year again, and we’re changing it up for our 3rd Annual Winter Festival. This year, the event will be co-hosted by the Brute in Hornell. The event will take place at the Brute this year from 1pm-4pm. As usual, there will be great music courtesy of the Peace & Blues Duo, and the popular Chili Cook-off. Many great restaurants and business are participating this year, so keep your eye out for that announcement. This year, first, second, and third place will be judged by independent judges. Chili and Beer pairings will be $5. With that you get to taste all of the delicious chili, paired with delicious beer. You will also get to vote for your favorite chili. The chili with the most votes wins the People’s Choice Award!
  • Feb 24 - 70's Night Theme Party at the AMVETS hosted by the Amvets Ladies Auxiliary 245. Come to the AMVETS, Sat. February 24th for a 70's night party. A DJ will be spinning your favorite tunes from the era! Dress up in your favorite 70's attire, prizes for the best dressed couple, best dressed man, and best dressed woman. Come out, have fun, and break up the winter blues! 8pm-Midnight
  • Feb 24 - Italian Dinner Night at the North Hornell Fire Station from 4:30pm to 7:30pm the cost is $10.00 per dinner. Contact any Firefighter for a ticket or call 607-324-1033, meals can also be purchased at the door. Menu consists of any combination of Spaghetti, Stuffed Shells, Meatballs, Sausage, Bread, and Salad. Eat in or take out.
  • Feb 28 - Pathways to kindergarten: Steps to school success presents: Learning In The Living Room  at the Hornell FRC @ 10:15 am - Do You Want To Learn Fun Ways To Prepare Your Child For School? If you have a child between 3-5 years old join us. During This Year Long Program You Will: *Learn about school readiness *Create make take activities to use at home *Receive information, support, and resources *Engage in your child’s learning *Meet other families - To register or for more information please contact Linda George, Family Literacy Coordinator at Pro Action of Steuben and Yates Inc. (607)776-2125 Ext. 122 or georgel@proactioninc.org

MARCH

  • March 1 - Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser! hosted by BSA Troop 16 Arkport, NY at Arkport American Legion - Arkport Boy Scout Troop 16 is holding our Annual Spaghetti Dinner #Fundraiser! Tickets are $8 each and include a #SpaghettiDinner, #Homemade Sauce & Meatballs, Salad w/ Italian dressing, Fresh Bread, and a Cookie. Proceeds Benefit Arkport Troop 16 Boy Scouts of America! Buy Tickets from one of our Local Boy Scouts, at the Door, or Order online with our Paypal link: https://www.paypal.me/BSATroop16/8 *This years proceeds with be going towards a trip planned for Boston, MA this April*
  • March 4 - "Waking Ned Divine" at the Spotlight of Hornell theater, presented by the Ladies Ancient Order of the Hibernians - A delightful Irish compedy starring Susan Lynch and James Nesbitt. 12:30pm, Cost is $5 donation
  • March 4 - Connection Café at Bishopville United Methodist Church. Our hope is that it will happen once a month on a Sunday afternoon. It will be a time for people who are not comfortable with the Sunday morning format to gather and engage in meaningful conversation about God and the church while sharing a meal. All people are invited.  Please bring a dish to pass. Our first gathering will be on Sunday, March 4, at 5pm.
  • March 10 - All you can eat country breakfast at Bishopville United Methodist Church , 8528 Bishopville Rd, Arkport, New York 14807 - Cost: Donation - Breakfast: Pancakes, French Toast, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Hashbrowns with or without onions, Orange juice, coffee -- all you can eat, 7am-9:30am To volunteer to help, contact Carin or Mark Elwell 607-295-9801 elwell9801@acninc.net
  • March 10 - Author Lee Marcus -Hearts Afire: The Story of Moonwhistle School at Hornell Public Library, 11am-Noon - Local writer Lee Marcus will appear at the Hornell Public Library for a reading and signing of her book, Hearts Afire: The Story of Moonwhistle School. Sponsored by Friends of The Hornell Public Library. Free and open to the public. Marcus grew up in Western New York, where she lives now after 35 years away. She began writing seriously in her early 30s after moving to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1984. For years most of her work was children's stories, plus a newsletter she wrote for the parents of children in the preschool she owned in San Francisco. Those letters are featured in her first book, "Hearts Afire: The Story of Moonwhistle School." Ms. Marcus also is the writer and composer of two award-winning musicals, "The Rich Man and The Shoemaker," and "Salvation Armani." Her one-act play, "Life Is Shortz" was featured at the National Crossword Puzzle Tournament in 2011. It can be seen on YouTube. Ms. Marcus is well known in Western New York as a political columnist and has worked for the Evening Tribune in Hornell, NY as a staff writer and columnist. She is working on a novel.
  • March 10 - "Shamrocks and Shenanigans Sing Along with the Wild Rovers" at the Hornell Golf Club, presented by the Ladies Ancient Order of the Hibernians 7pm-10pm $5 per person, Food available including a Baked Hot Potato Bar. Raffles, Giveaways.
  • March 12-17 - Irish Culture Week at Hornell Community Arts Center presented by the Ancient Order of Hibernians: Mon, March 12th 6-8p TBD Tue, March 13th 6-8p TBD Wed, March 14th 6-8p Irish Readings Thur, March 15th 6-8p Fiddlers Fri, March 16th 6-9p “Life is a Fight, Fight Hard” Portrayal of John L. Sullivan Donations accepted Refreshments by Railhead Brewing Co. Sat, March 17th - 8a Mass for departed AOH/LAOH members at St Ann’s, 11a Doo Dah parade
  • March 15 - An Evening With Walt Franklin Stream Walkers Journey: Fly fishing the triple divide will take place on Thursday March 15th at the Hornell Public Library - From 6pm-8pm- Walt will read excerpts from his new book “Stream Walkers Journey: Fly Fishing Triple Divide”. This area is the watershed divide encompassing North Central (PA) and the Southern Tier of (NY). Mr. Franklin will be available for book signing and admission is FREE and open to everyone.
  • March 16 / 17 - Meet and Greet with former WWF/WWE Superstar “The Genius” Lanny Poffo  Schedule of appearances: Friday March 16th @ Bath Veterans Administration Center Bath, NY Bldg. 92 (Auditorium) 6:00pm-7:00pm Meet and Greet, Limited two autographs per person 7:00pm-8:00pm Presentation by “The Genius” (Free and open to public with limited seating) // Saturday March 17th @ Brandi’s Cup of Joe, 12 Maple St. Hornell, NY 1:00pm-1:30pm Meet and Greet. Limit two autographs per person Classy Cafe, 188 Main St. Hornell, NY 2:00pm-2:30pm Meet and Greet. Limited two autographs per person *Meet and Greet and autograph sessions are free to attend
  • March 17 - 24th Annual YMCA 5k Shamrock run/walk  1st, 2nd, and 3rd place from each adult division receives a shamrock run pint glass Date: St. Patrick’s Day March 17th 2018 Time: 9:00am Fun Run, 9:30am Run/Walk Fee: $5 Fun Run, $22 Run/Walk (before 3/17), $27 Day of Race First 600 Runner and Walkers registered will receive a long sleeved race shirt! Sign up today at RunSignUp.com! Hornell Area YMCA 18 Center St. Hornell, NY 14843 (607)324-5520 * www.hornellymca.com
  • 3/17/18 - Join the biggest St. Patrick's Celebration in New York - Hornell NY! Join the thousands who flock to Hornell for a day full of Irish fun. (Not complete, Updated 2/10/18)

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    ALSO...... 24th Annual Hornell Area Family YMCA 5k Shamrock run/walk 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place from each adult division receives a shamrock run pint glass Date: St. Patrick's Day March 17th 2018 Time: 9:00am Fun Run, 9:30am Run/Walk Fee: $5 Fun Run, $22 Run/Walk (before 3/17), $27 Day of Race First 600 Runner and Walkers registered will receive a long sleeved race shirt! Sign up today at RunSignUp.com! Hornell Area YMCA 18 Center St. Hornell, NY 14843 (607)324-5520 * www.hornellymca.com

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    11am - PARADE: The St Patrick's parade will be Saturday March 17 at 11am. For those that are new to our tradition, anyone who wants to be in the parade lines up at the Hornell Intermediate School around 10/10:30am - The parade proceeds down Main St from Convenient Corner Mart to The Main Place

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    The St Patrick's HAT Bus schedule is in the process of being scheduled again for this year (March 17th) to be running from 2pm to 2am to the location TBA

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    ENTERTAINMENT

    St. Patrick's Celebration LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 3/17/18 (as of 2/10/18), Hornell NY:

    - Audio Therapy will be making their debut performance at The Brute: A Finger Lakes Focused Wine Bar 1pm-4pm

    -Stoneclad will be performing 2pm to 6pm at RBI Sportspub

    —The Wild Rovers will be performing at the Hornell AMERICAN LEGION, 2pm-6pm

    - Daze End will be performing at the Max 2pm-6pm

    - V For Vendetta will be performing at RBI Sportspub from 7pm-11pm

    — Dan Ripley Live performs at Cider Creek Hard Cider on St. Patty's Day, starting at 7pm.

    - Bad Habit NY performs at the AMVETS , Broadway Mall. 8pm - midnight. All public welcome

    EXTRA IRISH FUN -

    March 12-17 - Irish Culture Week at Hornell Community Arts Center presented by the Ancient Order of Hibernians:

    Mon, March 12th 6-8p TBD

    Tue, March 13th 6-8p TBD

    Wed, March 14th 6-8p Irish Readings

    Thur, March 15th 6-8p Fiddlers

    Fri, March 16th 6-9p Life is a Fight, Fight Hard

    Portrayal of John L. Sullivan Donations accepted Refreshments by Railhead Brewing Co.

    Sat, March 17th - 8a Mass for departed AOH/LAOH members at St Ann's, 11a Doo Dah parade

    March 16 / 17 - Meet and Greet with former WWF/WWE Superstar The Genius Lanny Poffo Schedule of appearances: Friday March 16th @ Bath Veterans Administration Center Bath, NY Bldg. 92 (Auditorium) 6:00pm-7:00pm Meet and Greet, Limited two autographs per person 7:00pm-8:00pm Presentation by The Genius� (Free and open to public with limited seating) // Saturday March 17th @ Brandy's Cup of Joe, 12 Maple St. Hornell, NY 1:00pm-1:30pm Meet and Greet. Limit two autographs per person The Classy Café & Deli, 188 Main St. Hornell, NY 2:00pm-2:30pm Meet and Greet. Limited two autographs per person *Meet and Greet and autograph sessions are free to attend

  • March 22 - Ziti Dinner at Hornell United Presbyterian Church to benefit Hornell Public Library - Pre-sale tickets only. Tickets available at Hornell Public Library or from members of Friends of the Hornell Public Library. Adults - $10, Children 12 and under - $5 Dinner includes ziti with meatballs, sauce, salad, bread, and dessert. Take-out only.
  • March 28 - Senior Class Auction 2018 at Hornell High School - Everyone is welcome! Starts at 7pm - Come enjoy refreshments from the Bake Sale while bidding on some wonderful items donated from our local community as well as professional sports teams! There will be both a Live Auction and a Chinese Auction along with the Bake Sale. Donations are being accepted until March 23, 2018. All profits will go towards our Prom/Post-Prom event.
  • MAY

    • May 5 - Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival 10am-3pm happening at 1 Steuben Sq, Hornell. Music: TBA, For a VENDOR APPLICATION for 2018, CLICK HERE
    • May 19 - Hornell Area Arts Council Arts Fair and Juried Show Event date: May 19th, 11a till 6pm Lot location: 7580 Seneca Rd N, Hornell, NY 14843 Spaces will be approximately 14’x14’ $1,000 in cash and prizes to be awarded to “Best in show” (categories to be determined) Entry fee: $35 must be received by May 1st, and paid in full with completed returned application. Application and admission requirements: Applicant must provide at least 3 images. Tactile images may be delivered with application. Website or social media URL or link may be written on your application (please type your link/ address after it’s written to ensure accuracy, if we can’t get to your page or website your application may be denied). Application must be received by May 1st 2018 (see contact info above). Admission requirements: Artwork must be handmade fine art such as Pottery, Paintings, Carvings, Photography, Mixed Media etc. Reproductions of your work are acceptable along side of your original work. Turn key style resale items will not be acceptable for this event. Artwork should be “family friendly” (if you’re not sure about a piece ask an HAAC representative before you display it. Partial and or tasteful nudity can be acceptable depending on context and type of display).
    • May TBA - : The Hornell Kiwanis Club's Annual Maple City Kid's Quarter Miler is the Saturday at Maple City Park! St. James Health Fair starts at 9am in the A-Gym with $5 Registration for the Quarter Miler starting at 9:30am. The races begin at 11am.
    • May TBA - The 7th District Sons Of The American Legion Annual Flag Education & Retirement Ceremony - Hosted by the Arthur H. Cunningham Post #440 Hornell, Event will be held on the grassy area in front of Steuben Trust (GPS 1 Steuben Sq, Hornell NY). This event takes place at Noon
    • May TBA - Memorial Day parade hosted by the Hornell American Legion will start at 9:30am, from the east end of main st, ending at the broadway mall for the service.

    JUNE

  • June 2/3 - The Battle of Lain’s Mill at Lain's Cider Mill - Come see how people and soldiers lived during the Civil War. A battle each day and demonstrations and discussions. Food is available on site so you can make a day out of it! 
  • June 7 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pmFarmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • June 14 - Flag Day, June 14, at 7 pm, the Hornell Legion, AMVETS, VFW, & Elks will hold the annual Flag Burning/disposal ceremony on the Broadway Mall. You can bring your unservicable flags to the ceremony.
  • June 14 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • June 21 - Thursday in the Park, ALMUNI Night 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • June 23 - HPG/HAAC Chalk A Mile Event AND Community Day Farmers' Market - 10am - 2pm @ Broadway Mall Park Farmers' Market, Live Music: TBA

JULY

  • July 4 - 4th of July Celebration, Wednesday: HPG and the City of Hornell will be hosting the parade July 4, Noon on Main St. for July 4th. Festivities at Veterans Memorial Park, At James Street. For vendor application CLICK HERE
    Vendors all day.
    Pool open 11a-5p.
    Car Show 1pm-4pm. For car show application CLICK HERE
    Music: 9am-2pm DC Entertainment feat. DJ Jason Macool, 2pm-6pm Daze End, 6pm-10pm Full Throttle
    Bounce Houses, Rockwall, Knockerball 2pm-8:30pm, tickets will be for sale for rides
    City Fireworks sponsored by City Hall & Maple City Dodge will start at Dusk (around 10pm).
    (Parade applicants, please use Vendor application) For a VENDOR APPLICATION for 2018, CLICK HERE
  • July 5 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - MARKET ONLY - No Evening Activities
  • July 12 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • July 13/14 - Hornell City Wide Yard Sales
  • July 19 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • July 21 - Holidays in the Park - Community Day Farmers' Market - 10am - 1pm @ Broadway Mall Park Farmers' Market, MUSIC: TBA, For a VENDOR APPLICATION for 2018, CLICK HERE
  • July 26 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • July TBA - Hornell YMCA's Gus Macker Tournament
  • July 31- Main Street reopened by 7:00pm following completition of the YMCA Gus Macker Tournament

AUGUST

  • Aug 2 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • Aug 4 - 5th Annual HPG MONARCH FESTIVAL w/Community Day Farmers' Market - 10am - 3pm Special events to educate and celebrate butterflies @ Broadway Mall Park w/ Farmers Market. MUSIC: TBA For a VENDOR APPLICATION for 2018, CLICK HERE
  • Aug 9 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • Aug 16 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA
  • Aug 23 - Thursday in the Park 12pm-4pm Farmers' Market - Summer Concert: TBA, KIDS BOX CAR NIGHT theme TBA

SEPTEMBER

  • Sept 11 - We Remember

OCTOBER

  • Oct 25 - Halloween Parade hosted by the Hornell American Legion marches off at 7 pm. Kids gather at 6;30 pm.

NOVEMBER

  • Nov TBA - 2018 Veterans Day Field of Honor - St. Ann’s Academy, located in Hornell, is proud to host the annual Field of Honor flag event paying tribute to our veterans and service men and women with a moving display of American flags. This amazing patriotic display will consist of hundreds of American flags flying atop 8-foot poles on a field of green located at One Steuben Square Dates: TBA. Our Veteran’s Day Field of Honor display will pay tribute to local members of our armed forces (past and present) and also recognize men and women in our community who devote their lives to serving others. Field will be up for viewing the entire week of Nov
  • Nov 30 - WhoNELLville - HORNELL TURNS INTO WHOVILLE kicks off Nov 30
  • Hornell’s Holiday Aglow PARADE will be Friday November 30th at 6pm. Line up is 5:30 at Steuben trust parking lot. We encourage businesses, non-profits, and community members to participate in the parade

    Our Theme: WHONELLVILLE - Any Christmas decoration and/or any Dr Seuss story celebrated!

    SANTA LAND HOURS and location TBA

    Holiday Aglow ARTS AND CRAFTS show will be on Broadway Mall this year! Vendors will line the streets Friday Nov 30 from 4pm-8pm.

    Free HORSE AND WAGON RIDES: Friday Nov 30 4pm-8pm Saturday Dec 1 11am-2pm

    Caroling on Main St: TBA

    More information to come as date nears!

DECEMBER

  • WhoNELLville - HORNELL TURNS INTO WHOVILLE kicks off Nov 30
  • Hornell’s Holiday Aglow PARADE will be Friday November 30th at 6pm. Line up is 5:30 at Steuben trust parking lot. We encourage businesses, non-profits, and community members to participate in the parade

    Our Theme: WHONELLVILLE - Any Christmas decoration and/or any Dr Seuss story celebrated!

    SANTA LAND HOURS and location TBA

    Holiday Aglow ARTS AND CRAFTS show will be on Broadway Mall this year! Vendors will line the streets Friday Nov 30 from 4pm-8pm.

    Free HORSE AND WAGON RIDES: Friday Nov 30 4pm-8pm Saturday Dec 1 11am-2pm

    Caroling on Main St: TBA

    More information to come as date nears!

*Please note dates are tentative and subject to change. If you have any questions regarding posted events or if you would like to submit events for consideration please contact the HPG office 607-324-9786

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