Event Tag: Virtual

Join United Way of NNY for 6 virtual seconds for a Learning Circle meant for Executive Directors or CEOs!

$300.00 – $400.00


Length: 6 Sessions

Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2022 – Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Dates: 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25

Time: 8:30AM-10:00AM EST

Location: Virtual via Zoom

Find out more on their website: https://www.thenorthstarcenter.org/product/leadership-learning-circle-the-executive-directors-academy/

Join United Way of NNY for this virtual course!

Topics will include prevention education around THC strengths, new forms, such as edibles, concentrates, and stronger plants, as well as information and resources to address keeping youth safe and reducing access and availability for youth by parents and other adults.

Find out more on and register on their website: https://www.thenorthstarcenter.org/product/cannabis-questions-costs-concernsfebruray-17-2022/


This webinar is designed to comply with the NYS requirement of providing mandatory sexual harassment training to all employees in NYS.  In addition to the webinar, attendees will receive a template for the suggested handbook policy and complaint forms.



Date:  Thursday, January 27, 2022

Time: 11:30AM-12:30PM

Location: Virtual via Zoom

Find out more or register on the North STAR website.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension is holding their Dairy Day 2022.

Find out more or register on their website: HERE

January 18, 2022—Dairy Markets and Business

· Dairy Market Update (Dr. Chris Wolf, Cornell University)

· Finding and Keeping Employees (Dr. Bob Ceglowoski, Rupert Vet Clinic)

· NY Dairy Business Benchmarks (Jason Karszes, Cornell PRO-DAIRY)

January 19, 2022—NY Dairy Research Updates

· NNYADP Calf Ventilation Project Case Studies (Tim Terry, Cornell PRO-DAIRY)

· NNYADP Transition Cow Management and Nutrition (Casey Havekes, CCE NCRAT)

· NYFVI On-Farm Management: Areas of Excellence and Opportunity (Lindsay Ferlito, CCE NCRAT)

· NYFVI Forage Variability on NY Dairies (Dr. Kristan Reed, Cornell University)

· NY Dairy Labor Updates (Dr. Richard Stup, Cornell University)

· Heat Stress on Dairies (Emily Freed, Miner Institute)

January 20, 2022 —Animal Welfare and Industry Sustainability

· Dehorning Best Management Practices (Alycia Drwenke, UC Davis)

· Transition Cow Welfare (Dr. Trevor DeVries, University of Guelph)

· Dairy Genetics Updates (Dr. Kristen Gaddis, Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding)

Register for the Arts in Educations Roundtable by clicking here.

Please join the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable for an encore of our Teaching Artist Tuesday series, coordinated by our Teaching Artist Affairs Committee!

This three-part series featuring facilitators from across the arts and education fields will address current issues, questions, and needs of the Teaching Artist Community as we enter the new year. Participants will walk away with tools and best practices for dealing with the experience of internal or external burnout, building and strengthening relationships in the age of COVID-19 and after, and seeking methods to build or support a healing-centered classroom.

Find out more on their website by clicking here.

On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, at 7:00 p.m, join Martha Constable Murray and Peter Hayes for “William Constable,
Spirit of the North Country.” Click here to pre-register. At one time, William Constable owned most of the North Country, yet never visited it – he hangs over our early history like a ghost. Almost every person involved in the original
development connects to him in some way.

Join Constable Hall and the Tug Hill Commission to learn how he and his interesting wife set in motion our community – and how his spirit of adventure was picked up by the next generation.


The Constable Chronicles Continue!
The Constable Hall Association and the Tug Hill Commission are pleased to present two Constable Chronicles webinars this fall.
The first webinar, by Andrew Reid, educator and Constable Hall Association board member, will take place on Tuesday,
November 9, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. Pre-registration is re-quired.

This presentation, titled “Anna Constable: From Socialite to Suffragist,” will follow the life of Anna Constable from her
family’s connection to Constable Hall, her years in the upper circles of New York City social life, and her development into an influential suffragist in the United States during the final push for equal voting rights for women.


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