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Annual Meeting, Wednesday October 27, 7pm (via Zoom)

After the usual association business, President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, etc., there will be a demonstration by Lars Washburn and his sister Katrina Mackey of the high-end radio their grandfather bought in the mid-1930s, which has recently been restored to functionality.

Fall Brush Pickup begins Monday October 18th

The Public Works Department will be picking up brush, limbs, and branches starting Monday, October 18th, and will continue throughout the Town until finished. All yard waste must be at the roadside by 7 a.m. on the first day of

Ice Cream Social, September 11 — Note the change of plan

Given the spike in asymptomatic Covid-19 cases in Tompkins County and concern about transmissibility of the new variants, we are simplifying the event. It is no longer the usual barbecue, but a simple Ice Cream Social.  We will not be

Fall picnic, September 11, 2021, 3-6pm

IMPORTANT!  Plans have changed.  There will be no barbecue, but we will serve ice cream. (Updated 9/8/2021) We are planning to hold our usual get-together and barbecue in the Forest Home Park. The picnic will be on Saturday September 11,

Virtual meeting with Cornell Community Relations, Wednesday August 11, 2021, 7-7:30pm

The meeting with Cornell Community Relations, Wednesday August 11, 2021, 7-7:30pm will include updates and Q&A on [A] the North Campus Residential Expansion (NCRE) and [B] student move-in (beginning on August 19 — see https://scl.cornell.edu/residential-life/housing/housing-details/moving-campus) with NCRE project manager Chris

Fall picnic planned for Saturday September 11, 3pm-6pm

We are delighted to announce that the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions means that we can plan for our usual get-together and barbecue in the Forest Home Park this year. The rain date will be the following Saturday, September 18. If

Former Forest Home school in guide to historic schools in Tompkins County

A recent newsletter from the History Center announces a guide for a “driving tour” to look at historic schools in Tompkins County. It includes the former Forest Home School at 100 Judd Falls Road. The school, which was built in

Earth Day, April 22, 7pm: Neighbor Thomas Campanella to speak about the American elm

On Earth Day, April 22, 7 pm, join us for a virtual presentation in our 2021 FHIA Speakers Series! Professor Thomas Campanella, who teaches in City and Regional Planning at Cornell, will be speaking to us about “The Rise and

FHIA Spring Clean Up Apr. 17

It is once again time for our annual Spring Clean Up in Forest Home. The event will be self-directed, as it was last year. This will allow flexibility for people who prefer to socially distance. The cleanup will take place

FHIA Speakers Series

On Earth Day, April 22, 7 pm, join us for a virtual presentation in our 2021 FHIA Speakers Series! Professor Thomas Campanella, who teaches in City and Regional Planning at Cornell, will be speaking to us about “The Rise and

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