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ITHACA, N.Y. –– The Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC) will be hosting its annual Harvest Fest Dinner Friday, November 20, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Dinners will be PICK UP ONLY at GIAC this year. We will also offer minimum delivery to select places in Ithaca. Dinner will consist of turkey and all the trimmings and is FREE to all.

Anyone can reserve a meal using either of 3 options:
1) Call GIAC at (607) 272-3622
2) Stop by the GIAC lobby reception area any time before November 20th to put in a request
3) Use this link

Walk-ups are welcome on November 20, but you may have to wait on meals. We STRONGLY encourage you to reserve a meal in advance.

GIAC would like to thank the community for all their support over the years and especially during the last 6 months. Your support to help us reopen programs will allow us to have a presentation to go along with the Harvest Fest Dinner. It will be on YouTube and will run at 6:30 PM the day of Harvest Fest. It will include messages and performances from the GIAC family. Look for the link on the GIAC Facebook page and in the Facebook event or call GIAC for the link.

We thank JPMorgan Chase & Co. and their Ithaca Chase Bank location for being our event sponsor again this year. Also, again this year the turkeys have been donated and cooked by Wegmans. Other sponsors we would like to thank include; Maxie’s Supper Club and Oyster BarShortstop DeliTexas Roadhouse – Ithaca, NY and B&W Supply Co.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions this year we will not have volunteers working the event. If you would like to donate, please see the event page for details on how to contribute to GIAC and help secure the future of important community programming and events.

GIAC is located on the corner of North Albany and West Court Streets, (301 West Court Street, Ithaca, NY 14850) If you have any questions please call us at (607) 272-3622 or email

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