Veterans Memorial Running Tour

Next week the Cornell Veterans Colleague Network Group and Team Red, White and Blue Ithaca will hold the first 5K running tour of Cornell’s Veterans Memorials on Friday December 6th at Noon. We will meet on the East side of Barton Hall between Barton and Teagle. The run is exactly 5K (3.1 Miles) and we’ll go at a moderate pace, keeping the group together and stopping for a brief talk at each memorial.

There is a printable route map @  or you can see the route online @

If the weather gets too bad (it will have to be pretty nasty to cancel!) we’ll update the Team RWB Facebook page @ as well as this event page.

Sciencenter Honors Veterans & Active Duty Military

The Sciencenter will be open on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11, 10 am – 5 pm. Free admission will be extended to veterans, active duty military personnel, and their household family members when valid military ID is shown at the front desk on Veterans Day.

Throughout the rest of the year, the Sciencenter is pleased to offer admission discounts for military families. Active duty military personnel, veterans and their household family members receive $1 off adult and child tickets on any day that the museum is open. Valid military identification is required for the discount to apply.

The Sciencenter inspires excitement for science through interactive exhibits and programs that engage, educate and empower. The hands-on museum offers guests of all ages more than 250 exhibits, educational programs, a gift shop, and an outdoor science park. The museum is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, and Sunday from noon to 5 pm. Admission is $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, $6 for children (3 – 17 years), and free to members and toddlers (0 – 2 years). For membership information, current programs and activities, please visit  The Sciencenter is a proud member of the Discovery Trail in Ithaca.

The History Center : Absent Narratives

In honor of Veterans Day The History Center in Tompkins County will host a public program on the latent experiences of American military veterans of soldiers through time. A presentation on the experiences of Civil War soldiers will be given by authors Cathryn Prince and Katie Aldridge. Both authors will dive into these chronicles by examining the difference of first-hand Civil War experiences and the backlash of pitting brother against brother. The discussion will be moderated by History Center director Scott Callan. Both titles will be available for purchase during the event.
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