Meet 95-year-old World War II veteran and Seneca Falls resident Ed Chase along with First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls Minister Leah Ntuala who are in-studio to talk about gratitude, Ed’s amazing journey through life that landed he and his wife in Seneca Falls on Tuesday morning’s Loving Cup Podcast.
An estimated 15,000 people gathered in Seneca Falls on Saturday for Women March in Seneca Falls on Saturday, January 20, 2018, an event created to unite people in the modern fight for equality. A number of speakers, including Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren participated in the event.
Over 5,000 runners & walkers entered this year’s It’s A Wonderful Run 5K and crossed the George Bailey Bridge on Saturday in Seneca Falls as part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival. The below video shows activities in downtown Seneca Falls in the afternoon and the popular 5K run/walk which begins at dusk when the actress who played Zu-Zu, Karolyn Grimes, says the famous words, “every time a bell rings, an angel gets their wings”. Drone footage by Zack Kelly. Get the official race results for all finishers and divisions here.
Brian Rohan will be in Seneca Falls for the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival this weekend where he will premiere his one-man show “Jimmy Stewart: On the Front of Life” at Mynderse Academy on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 2 pm and 10 pm. He has appeared onstage on both coasts, having worked at the Laguna Playhouse, Company of Angels, the Ark, the Knightsbridge, the Pasadena Shakespeare Company, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, and the Samuel Beckett.