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Experiencing Human Rights History in Winter

Nov 28, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

Winter is a picturesque season to plan your next getaway, and we want you to put Cayuga County on your bucket list! This area – which was home to key players and events that moved the needle on equality, women’s rights and civil rights – gives visitors a unique travel experience: walking the grounds that were an important backdrop in our country’s history, while making wonderful memories in this beautiful region of New York State.We’ve compiled a list of educational and fun destinations in Cayuga County, to ensure an enlightened and well-balanced visit. More

Thanksgiving Meal Inspiration

Nov 14, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

Thanksgiving Meal Inspiration from Harriet Tubman's Direct Descendant By: Brittany Lynn, Break the Ice Media As the holidays approach, the pace of the everyday routine slows so that we don’t miss the magic of the season ahead. It becomes an appropriate time for personal reflection as we move into the final weeks of the year; we gather with loved ones and reconnect over a meal prepared with love; and we tune in to the things we hold most dear and show gratitude. More

The Crows of Auburn NY

Nov 02, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

The Crows of Cayuga County-Nuisance or Character? Beginning in early November until about the end of February, the evening skyline in Auburn, NY takes on an eerie look, some even say it reminds the of a scene from the classic Alfred Hitchcock horror film “The Birds". More

October is Family History Month

Oct 22, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

Family History Month October is Family History Month, encouraging you to explore your own genealogy and learn about the branches and leaves of your family tree. You may be surprised or enlightened at what you discover in your search! More

Fall Family Fun in Cayuga County

Oct 20, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

Family Fall Fun in Cayuga County Family Fall Fun in Cayuga County Cayuga County is the perfect place for families for plan a fall trip There is a chill in the air and the trees are starting to change colors! From hiking to waterfalls to stunning lakeside views, picking pumpkins and apples, to corn mazes, and fall festivals, get ready to explore! Spend a weekend here discover all we have to offer! More


Oct 10, 2023 / Dawn Lubaszewski

Spooky and Not Too Spooky Things to do this Halloween Season The spookiest holiday of the year is just around the corner, did you ever wonder how Halloween came to be?  The tradition of Halloween originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.  During Samhain people lit bonfires and wore costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a day to honor all saints. More