6 Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend
Posted by John Brhel on September 2, 2020
Looking for something to do over Labor Day weekend? While holiday festivities are limited this year due to COVID-19, there are still plenty of interesting things to do over the weekend. Here are some highlights.
Go apple picking
Get an early start on fall festivities! The annual apple harvest has begun at Apple Hills, so stop by and stock up on some delicious snacks!
Attend Run the Brain 2020
Representatives from each undergraduate class year will race around the 1.3-mile “Brain Loop” this Saturday in Run the Brain 2020. Racers (student runners only) will run solo in a staggered fashion to follow safety guidelines. The class with the fastest runners will get their year listed on a perpetual trophy. Whether you’re a runner or just want to cheer on a friend or classmate, it’s bound to be fun.
Watch a live cooking show
Looking to cook something delicious this weekend? Late Nite is putting on a virtual cooking show at 9 p.m. Saturday. Registration is necessary via B-Engaged. Tune in and pick up a new recipe!
Visit an eye-opening exhibit
Using outfits recreated from student stories, the “What Were You Wearing” exhibit debunks the myth that rape victims are attacked because of the outfits they were wearing. The exhibit, on display through September at The Bundy Museum of History & Art, is presented by the Crime Victims Assistance Center and 20:1 Prevention Programs, a nationally recognized peer education program that provides interpersonal violence prevention and bystander intervention programming to students at Binghamton University. Call ahead to make an appointment.
See a movie
With many theaters shut down nationwide, it’s been hard to see a movie on a bigger screen the last few months. Thanks to Late Nite, you can. Catch a showing of Sonic the Hedgehog at either 7 p.m. or 10 p.m. Friday in the Union Underground lounge. Due to COVID-19, we only have limIted space for students only.
(Photo by Ideakraft)
Stock up on farm-fresh food, bath products and more! The Broome County Regional Farmers Market is open from 9 a.m-1 p.m. Saturday, featuring everything from all-natural body butters to chicken eggs. Stop by and support local business.
John Brhel is a communications manager in the Office of Media and Public Relations and a longtime resident of the Binghamton area. When he's not managing social media accounts or crafting press releases, you can find him drawing, reading, watching movies, or spending time with his family.
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