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Live music, arts & culture, historical sites and museums. What isn't there to do in Cortland?

When winter arrives in Cortland, it's our cue to get revved up - between our annual Chill-a-Bration event, which hosts NY Masters Alpine Ski Racing, to the first-ever Spartan Race in Central New York, you won't want to miss out on all our snow-season fun. Bundle up and see for yourself why Cortland is quickly becoming the area's premier winter vacation destination!

Spartan Race, March 4
Obstacle Race

Hosted by Greek Peak, don't miss the first ever winter Spartan Race in Central New York.

Cortland Repertory Theatre
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A regional powerhouse in live performances featuring state acclaimed year-round theatrical performances.

24 Port Watson Street, Cortland, NY
February 11, 2017

Cortland County's festival of all things winter. Featuring a multiday Master's Ski race, this is THE weekend to experience Cortland's winter splendor. Join us in Historic Downtown on Saturday, February 11 for the 10th Annual Chill-A-Bration, featuring a self-guided sampling tour of Cortland's finest winter culinary creations. Tickets are available online and can be purchased at Cortland Beer Company or The Local Food Market starting February 6, 2017.

Historic Downtown Cortland
NY Masters Racing, February 11 and 12
Ski Race

Ski, Race and Stay with us on the region's biggest winter festival weekend.

Homer Center for the Arts
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The 400-seat theater, with its outstanding acoustics and diverse series of main stage programs, attracts and thrills audiences from Canada, the Mid-Atlantic and New England states, and from across New York State. The Center has presented performances by artists of global, national, regional, and local repute, including: Richie Havens, Judy Collins, Arlo Guthrie, Leon Russell, SpyroGyra, Hot Tuna, Butch Trucks & The Freight Train, and other notable, emerging artists.

72 South Main Street, Homer, NY
Cortland County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Historic Downtown Cortland