Twin Tiers Mini Maker Faire

The Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth, Maker Faire is part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new! As a celebration of the Maker Movement, it’s a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Back by popular demand, the Power Tool Drag Race starts at noon at Center Court. Learn more at

The Family Jam with Tony Corsano

The recipe is simple. Take three parts rock and roll show, two parts classroom, one part comedy club and one part circus. Chop ingredients into kid-sized bites. Then shake it up! The Family Jam is a fast-paced interactive workshop and live music concert for young children and their families.

Quona Hudson and Friends

Quona Hudson and Friends,Three Singer/Songwriters, ​Offer Exciting Original Entertainment! ​QUONA HUDSON, his voice, that of a gentle giant, is balanced evenly between the delivery of a country crooner and the rugged grit and soul of a belting blues man. Throw in the musicianship of a seasoned guitar slinger and the power of the poet’s pen, and you have a brand new take on modern American music. DANA TWIGGS, his raspy vocals and timeless approach to songwriting pays homage to country, indie, and folk artists from throughout the past century while maintaining a modern approach to production the keeps his music relevant to all generations. AUSTIN MACRAE, singer/songwriter residing in Ithaca, NY has showcased his music regionally at venues such as the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (Emerging Artist), Turtle Hill Folk Festival (New Voices Showcases), Home Center for the Arts, Bill Knowlton’s Bluegrass Ramble Picnic, Funk ‘n Waffles and other area venues.

The Binghamton Baroque Orchestra Presents its First Concert


The Binghamton Baroque Orchestra presents its first concert on Sunday, August 20 at 6pm in the Jewish Community Center in Vestal, featuring music by Vivaldi, Telemann, and J.S. Bach. Founder and recorder soloist Jeff Wahl joins us with harpsichordist John Isenberg and principal violinist Sophia Warner.


Photo credit: Binghamton Baroque Orchestra

KBKabaret Presents a Music and Comedy Festival


KBKabaret presents a Music and Comedy Festival on Sunday, August 13 from 1pm to 7pm at Traditions at the Glen, 4101 Watson Boulevard in Johnson City.  Founder and comedy writer Bree Harvey joins us to talk about growing up watching television variety shows hosted by Carol Burnett, Sonny and Cher, and the Smothers Brothers, and how they inspired her to create KBKabaret.


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Know Theatre Marks 25 Year with 'Music and Magic'


Know Theatre of Binghamton celebrates 25 years with a special performance featuring magic by Alexander Boyce and music by Santino DeAngelo performed by John Covelli.  Artistic Director Tim Gleason tells about the program and the history of the theatre group.


Photo credit: Know Theatre