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July 16, 2017
Anything that Rolls
July 16, 2017
Join us for Anything That Rolls! This annual event invites people of all ages and abilities to walk, ride, or roll with us to support AccessCNY's services for individuals with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health issues and acquired brain injuries. Bring your wheelchair, powerchair, bicycle, tricycle, unicycle, recumbent bike, roller skates, wagons, strollers, coat racks... anything goes! Travel as far as you'd like down our 5K route through the park. Stick around afterward for awards, games, photos, and fun!
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July 22, 2017
ARISE - Ride at the Farm
July 22, 2017 –
ARISE & Ride at the Farm
Saturday, July 22, 2017
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
ARISE & Ride at the Farm is an annual cycling and festival event attended by cyclists and families across Central New York. All proceeds from the event will help make a new building next to the arena possible!
Questions? Contact Cynda Penfield at (315) 671-2909 or
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July 27, 2017
UPS/United Way Golf Tournament
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August 5, 2017
Contact Community Services - Teen Fest
August 5, 2017 N/A
Save the Date: TeenFest August 5 at Henninger
TeenFest is the creation of the high school students who participate in Contact’s Teen Talk program. Teen Talk is an online multi-media program by, for and about teens as the "Teen Talkers" discuss their challenges and choices regarding relationships, school, alcohol and drugs, and other sensitive topics.
The Teen Talk students created TeenFest because there are few events where teens can have fun and learn in a way that appeals to them. TeenFest features bands and musicians from area high schools, food, giveaways and raffles, and vendor tables with information that helps teens make healthy choices.
More than 400 people attended the 2016 TeenFest at the Palace Theatre in the Eastwood section of Syracuse. The incredibly talented lineup included The Cuddlefish, the 2016 JCC Battle of the Bands winner that recently released its first full-length CD; The Easy with Kidd O’Ryan, who was recently signed to a record label; and Payton Bird, a rising star on the local music scene.
"The students and the performers loved being at the Palace, and the Palace staff was wonderful to work with," said Rachel Tarr, Contact’s Coordinator of Youth Engagement who coordinates Teen Talk. "Our move to Henninger is more about expanding our partnership with the Syracuse City School District and growing this event because there will be more space for vendors and for attendees."
For the 2016 TeenFest, the Teen Talk students created a "Spirit Award" that was presented to Tyler Lamb, who was scheduled to perform at the event but couldn’t make it because he was seriously ill. Sadly, Tyler passed away a few weeks after TeenFest, but the teen organizers will keep his spirit alive by presenting the "Tyler Lamb Spirit Award" at all future TeenFests. The award will be presented to teens who show Tyler’s indomitable spirit.
Information about how to nominate a teen for the Tyler Lamb Spirit Award and other details about TeenFest will become available on the TeenFest website as soon as they’re finalized. In the meantime, you can get a feel for what the 2017 event will be like by checking out some of the media coverage that the 2016 event received from syracuse.com, Bridge Street, and the Ted and Amy and Big Mike radio shows (you’ll find the radio appearances at the top of the Teen Talk podcasts).
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