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ITHACA — We all have a story to share… What would it mean to tell your story? How might the experience change you? How might it enrich others?
What would it mean to have this exchange across cultures and generations – between parents and children, the middle folks, and the elders?
In those intergenerational spaces lie insightful lessons about life, love, defeat, and transformation. These are meaningful stories that inform and entertain.
On April 6, prepare to delight in the human experience. Join us for a memorable evening with Paula Younger, story practitioner and founder of pancakemoments™, as she shares her thoughts on the distinctive power of pancakes and their connection to the wonder narratives that lie within all of us.
Come enjoy a variety of delicious pancakes, from crêpes to arepas, provided by the Carriage House Cafe, Coltivare, Purity Ice Cream, ¡Bici-Cocina!, and Kendal at Ithaca
A Taste of the Menu:
- Carriage House Cafe: French Crepes with Cinnamon Spiced Apples and Dark Chocolate Ganache
- Coltivare: Blinze with Pate de Fruit and a Riesling Caramel Sauce
- Purity Ice Cream: Lemon Ricotta Pancakes topped with Lemon Curd and Blueberries
- ¡Bici-Cocina!: Arepas de Maiz Peto con Hogao
- Kendal at Ithaca: Hash Brown Fritatta with Sausage and Bacon
About the GENERATION TO GENERATION Series:
By supporting this event, you will be supporting The History Center’s GENERATION TO GENERATION series. Over the course of seven months, this series will provide an intentional focus on intergenerational connections.
Oral history and genealogy training sessions, an inter-generational program on “Collecting and Sharing Stories through Maps and Photographs,” a collaboration with the Dorothy Cotton Institute that will seek to build connections of those involved with social change within and across generations, exhibitions that encourage conversations across the life span, Eight Square Schoolhouse events, and heritage tours are a few key programs and events that make up this series.
The History Center’s “Generation to Generation” tag line resonates with our mission statement, and is a central theme in our education and research centerinitiatives. This GENERATION TO GENERATION series is an invitation to all of you to reflect on your place in this community, and your interactions and connections with multiple generations.
Tickets are $46/person for this 4/6 event. You can purchase your ticket at The History Center (401 E. State St., Suite 100), over the phone with a credit card (607-273-8284 x 227) or from a History Center trustee.
About Our Host: Kendal at Ithaca
Kendal at Ithaca is a non-profit, senior living community inspired by Quaker values. Approximately 300 residents, 250 staff, family, friends and guests enjoy a variety of dining venues and menu options. As Kendal celebrates 20 years, it is reaching the half-way point in its substantial expansion and refurbishment project, including its dining and kitchen areas. The new café for casual dining recently opened, complete with pizza oven. Keeping with Kendal tradition, the dining program incorporates resident input and strives to continually evolve with the changing tastes of the community and its guests. Please stop in the café for lunch when you are in the neighborhood!
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