Weekend of Events: What is going on in Cortland County?

There are always different events and activities happening at and around the Cortland County area on the weekends for people to participate and enjoy.

Here are some of the events happening this weekend in Cortland County:

1. Sikora Arts

Throughout the month of August the Cortland Free Library has been holding an exhibition of new paintings by Robert Sikora.

Today, Friday, August 30 will be the last day painting will be available to see.

This exhibition of Sikora's new paintings reveals the artist's improvisation of an implied grid, with works ranging from a scale of three by six inches to 48 inches in width.

The mediums include sharpies, pencils, acrylics, graphite and markers.

The art work of Sikora is playful and complex with it being populated by lines, symbols, circles, dots and an array of free floating forms.

For more information, please visit the Sikora Arts tab on the Experience Cortland website.

2. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents "Million Dollar Quartet!"

The Cortland Repertory Theatre will close their 48th annual summer season of professional live theatre with the rockin’ and rollin’ musical "Million Dollar Quartet," written by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux.

Performances began on August 28 and will go until September 13 with evening show times at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets may be purchased by calling 800-427-6160 or at the CRT Box Office at 24 Port Watson Street in Cortland.

Tickets are also available for sale 24 hours a day through the CRT website using ETIX at www.cortlandrep.org. rangin from $33 to $38 dollars.

For more information, please visit the Cortland Repertory Theatre Facebook page or go to their website at  website www.cortlandrep.org.

3. Greek Peak Summer Concert Series

Tomorrow Saturday, August 31 will be the second to last day of the Greek Peak Summer Concert Series featuring Matt Cornwell.

Live music will be played on the deck of Trax Pub and Grill at Greek Peak Mountain Resort from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

The concert is free admission and there will be food and beverages for purchase.

For more information, please visit the Greek Peak Summer Concert Series tab on the Cortland Experience website.