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Monday, Jun 27

SCIENCE ON THE SIDEWALK: Join SUNY Poly CMOST staff for an spontaneous scholarship module on a sidealk during 250 Jordan Road, Troy, from 3 to 3:30 p.m. An teacher will broach a thesis of a day and yield some hands-on experiments for visitors to explore.

Tuesday, Jun 28

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Search For Insects, 10 a.m. Join environmental teacher George Steele and get an up-close demeanour during a universe of insects and other critters found in a belligerent root covering habitat. For category 2 and adult with family. Sign adult online during bethelehempubliclibrary.org or call 439-9314. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

CONCERT ON THE GREEN: The River Road rope will be featured during a Poestenkill Historical Society’s annual Concert-on-the-Green. It will be reason on Tuesday, Jun 28 during from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on a grass of a Town Hall. Get prepared to lay back, enjoy, swing, sway, daub your toes, sing along, applause hands and have fun. All of a programs are giveaway and a open is welcome. Please move your possess grass chair or blanket. Free refreshments will be permitted via a unison and in a box of severe continue a venue will be located in a assembly room downstairs in a Town Hall.

HYPEBARIC THERAPY PRESENTATION: St. Mary’s Hospital will offer a free, educational module entitled “The Importance of Hyperbaric Therapy: How Oxygen Can Help Heal Problem Wounds,” on Tuesday, Jun 28, from 6 to 7 p.m., during 1300 Massachusetts Ave, Troy. Dr. Kevin Harrison, medical executive of a Hyperbaric Center during St. Mary’s, will plead several aspects of wound care, including hard-to-heal wounds, complications from radiation, and feet sores for people vital with diabetes. He will also pronounce about how oxygen therapy and a right diagnosis can assistance those who humour to control their wounds. The program, partial of St. Mary’s “Food For Thought” educational series, is giveaway of assign and open to a community. A light plate will be served. Reservations are compulsory by job 268-5727.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Maker Lab, Tuesdays during 2 p.m. School-age children create, invent and experiment. Create a drudge maze, do a Tang Museum art piece, try digital print tricks and learn opposite qualification skills. Ages 5-12. No pointer adult necessary. Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/RensselaerLibrary.

Wednesday, Jun 29

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Drive-In Movie, starting during 6:15 p.m. Transform a label box into an overwhelming automobile, afterwards find a ideal place to park it for a PG film that starts soon during 7 p.m. For kids and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

GENEALOGY ONLINE: Senior Librarian Stephanie Barrett will denote a Ancestry Library online database that is permitted during a New York State Library. Learn how to opening Census records, start and story book, maps and other resources enclosed in this database, as good as, a resources on Ancestry NYS page that are openly permitted to all New Yorkers. 3 p.m., to 4:30 p.m., New York State Library 7th building Computer Classroom Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Seating is singular and registration is required. To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274.

NYS MUSEUM: “Lunch Bite: An Art Anthropology Sample of Imaging a American West: Selections from a Metropolitan Museum of Art,” noon, West Gallery. Karen Quinn, Senior Historian of Art and Culture, and Lisa Anderson, Curator of Bioarchaeology, will benefaction a brief 20 notation debate of a muster looking during how American painters and sculptors of a 19th and 20th centuries from Albert Bierstadt to Georgia O’Keeffe interpreted a West from parable to reality.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Teen Time: Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. Play video games, emanate art, have snacks and hang out with your friends. Ages 13+. Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/RensselaerLibrary.

SCIENCE STORY TIME: “Color Explorations” is a Jun story time thesis for SUNY Poly CMOST’s Wednesday morning Science Story Time from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. During this time, join one of a Museum Educators for this science-based story that includes a project-based activity. No pre-registration required, activity enclosed with museum admission. For ages 2-6. 250 Jordan Road. Troy.

SHAKER POINTE: “Navigating Senior Living Options,” 11:30 a.m. Professionals and Shaker Pointe residents will plead a advantages of comparison village living, and a hurdles of selecting a right village for your needs. Speakers will reason on how to know your comparison vital options, what to ask when holding a debate of a new community, and how to pronounce with your family members about comparison living. This giveaway eventuality starts during 11:30 a.m. during Shaker Pointe, One Bell Tower Drive, Watervliet. If you’re meddlesome in training more, greatfully revisit ShakerPointe.org or call 250-4900 to RSVP.

SUMMER SAFETY DAY: Summer Safety Day is an eventuality that offers a accumulation of displays and presentations about summer haven to children and their families. The eventuality provides experts from internal agencies and non-profit classification that includes a Albany Police Department, Albany Fire Department, Sheriff’s Department, State Troopers, AAA Hudson Valley, Boys Girls Clubs of Albany, a American Red Cross and more, to yield haven tips. It will be reason on Wednesday, Jun 29 from 3 to 7 p.m. during Swinburne Park, 810 Clinton Avenue, Albany. Get a SAFE Child ID, debate an ambulance and a glow truck, see child chair designation demonstrations, accommodate Otto a Auto and a mounted unit while JAMZ 96.3 does a live remote. This eventuality is hosted by Mohawk Ambulance.

Thursday, Jun 30

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe located during Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy is carrying several opposite summer sales now by July. Come emporium with us any Thursday or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (closed Jul 2). Bargains galore. Some giveaway equipment too. Need some-more info? 235-3851.

HEY JUDE: A Beatles reverence unison that is some-more than customarily a opening of a classical songs. Band members use costumes, amusement and strain to emanate an enchanting melodramatic experience. 7 p.m. Co-sponsored by Town of Bethlehem Parks and Recreation, Friends of Bethlehem Parks and Recreation and Friends of Bethlehem Public Library. Concert takes place during Bethlehem Middle School.

MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT: Veterans and Military Appreciation Night with a Tri-City ValleyCats in Troy, Thursday, Jun 30. Tickets embody opening fee, drink, and hotdog. Limited tickets are available. Request tickets during info@veteranspeertopeer.org.

SENSORY PLAY: Help your child urge engine skills and boost his or her discount of how a universe works. Join SUNY Poly CMOST in a GE Junior Discovery Room for a hands-on feeling scholarship activity. Jun 30, Artful Science, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. No pre-registration required; activity enclosed with museum admission. For ages 2-6. 250 Jordan Road, Troy.

UX RESEARCH: Overit, 435 New Scotland Avenue, will horde an Albany UX seminar entitled “Getting a Most From Your Users” on Thursday Jun 30 during 6 p.m. This eventuality is open to those meddlesome in product pattern and growth and will yield discernment into effective UX (user experience) investigate and how to control fit investigate on a tiny budget. The presentation, led by Becca Kennedy, co-founder of Kennason, will reason on several topics including: formulating applicable investigate questions, determining on a aim marketplace and collecting actionable feedback. To learn some-more about this event, greatfully revisit http://www.meetup.com/albany-ux/events/231190392/.

Friday, Jul 1

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Summer Cinema: “The Peanuts Movie,” 2:30 p.m. Bring a sweeping or pillow; a library will yield a popcorn. For children and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

FIRST FRIDAY SERVICES: St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, located during 600 State Street, (corner of State and Lafayette Streets), Schenectady, is announcing a special First Friday Devotional Services. On Friday, Jul 1, following a 12:15 p.m. Mass, there will be Devotions to a Sacred Heart of Jesus, including carnival of a Blessed Sacrament. The open is politely invited. St. Joseph’s Church is disabled permitted and parking is permitted in a parking lot behind a Church. More information is permitted by job 374-4466, Ext. 13.

THACHER NATURE CENTER: Learn to Fish during Thompson’s Lake, 10 a.m. to noon. DEC Fisheries staff will learn module participants how to brand common sportfish, how to expel a spin-casting rod, attract a offshoot and about fishing safety. After a fishing preparation apportionment of a program, everybody will get a fishing rod and have a eventuality to use a skills they customarily schooled and go fishing. Participants will not need a fishing permit to attend in this program. Space is singular and registration is required. Call 872-0800 to register.

Saturday, Jul 2

ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will have a monthly All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday, Jul 2, from 8 to 11 a.m. Cost is $8 for adults and $3.50 for children underneath 10. Menu includes eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, home fries, pancakes, french toast, juice, coffee or tea.

ONLINE GRANT RESOURCES: Senior Librarian Allan Raney will denote 3 online products from a Foundation Center that are permitted during a New York State Library. The Foundation Directory Online provides sum on over 100,000 US foundations and corporate donors and over 2.2 million new grants. Foundation Grants to Individuals Online is a database of over 8,500 substructure and open gift programs that account students, artists, researchers, and other particular extend seekers. Foundation Maps can assistance funders, hospitality networks, consultants to foundations, and other nonprofits to see extended trends during a glance. 10:30 a.m. to noon, New York State Library 7th building Computer Classroom Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274.

THACHER NATURE CENTER: Wildlife Preservation, 10 a.m. Meet some furious neighbors adult tighten and personal and learn about where and how they live. Wildlife rehabilitator Kelly Martin will broach some of a birds of chase and other animals in her care. Learn what to do if we find an deserted or harmed animal and how to assistance forestall wildlife emergencies. Indian Ladder Trail Guided Walk, 2 p.m. Descend a precipice and learn about a geologic and ominous story of a Helderbergs on this scenic and ancestral trail. See subterraneous streams, demeanour for fossils and step inside a defect cavern along a trail. Trail is tolerably imperishable with stairclimbing and a integrate of high slopes. Wear stout boots and accommodate during a Indian Ladder cruise area. Walk lasts about 1.5 hours. Call 872-0800 for some-more information on both events.

Sunday, Jul 3

WATERFORD HARBOR FARMERS MARKET: Enjoy pleasing views of a Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, a Erie and Champlain Canals and a Peebles Island State Park as we emporium for uninformed and internal dishes and products including produce, baked goods, soaps, art, crafts, booze and more. Craft list for kids, chair and list massage, live strain many weeks and special events. Sundays 9 a.m. to 1 pm. until Oct 9. For some-more information revisit www.waterfordmarket.org.

Monday, Jul 4

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE: Senior Colonie Town Justice Peter G. Crummey will publicly review a Declaration of Independence during a Loudonville Green in Colonie, on Jul 4 during 11 a.m. during a ask of a Greater Loudonville Association. This will symbol a Twelfth Annual Fourth of Jul arrangement by Judge Crummey and a Greater Loudonville Association. Refreshments will be served.

USS SLATER: USS SLATER will be open to a open for guided tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Jul 4. Typically, a boat is sealed on Monday and Tuesday for stability restoration, though exceptions are done for poignant holidays. USS SLATER is located on a Hudson River in Downtown Albany customarily south of a Dunn Memorial Bridge. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for children. Call 431-1943 for some-more information or revisit a website during www.ussslater.org.

Wednesday, Jul 6

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 6 p.m., Book Buddies. Sign adult to review with a teen book crony and urge denunciation skills in a low-stress environment. For grades K-5. 7 p.m., Evenings on a Green. GB 5 will perform renouned tunes from a ’60s to benefaction day. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

Thursday, Jul 7

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Book Buddies, 10 a.m. Sign adult to review with a teen book crony and urge denunciation skills in a low-stress environment. For grades K-5. 451 Delware Avenue, Delmar.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe located during Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy is carrying several opposite summer sales now by July. Come emporium with us any Thursday or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (closed Jul 2). Bargains galore. Some giveaway equipment too. Need some-more info? 235-3851.

LAVENDER FARMING FOR BEGINNERS: Hosted by Diane and David of Lavenlair Farm, 437 Deweys Bridge Road in Whitehall and conducted by Lily Calderwood, PhD, Commercial Horticulture Educator, Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program. $5 per person. Registration required. Register online: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/lavenderfarming_201 or hit Tove Ford, 765-3518 or tff24@cornell.edu.

Saturday, Jul 9

BRAIN TONIC FOR THE HUMOROUSLY CURIOUS: Eden Cafe, dilemma of Albany-Shaker and Osborne Roads in Loudonville, presents “Brain Tonic for a Humorously Curious” – a bit off-beat, a bit brainy, a bit quirky amusement showcase. Featuring comedians and songsters Drew Jacobs, Nick Yost, Ed Smyth, and Chris O’Leary. Hosted by Jon Winnicki. 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Show element is suitable for all ages. No cover charge. Eden Cafe offers a full preference of coffees, coffee specialty drinks, teas, pastries, desserts, and plate specials. For some-more information call 977-3771 or revisit www.edenasc.com.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe located during Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy is carrying several opposite summer sales now by July. Come emporium with us any Thursday or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (closed Jul 2). Bargains galore. Some giveaway equipment too. Need some-more info? 235-3851.

LOCAL HISTORY GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES: Join a New York State Library for a debate highlighting published genealogies, internal histories, church records, Daughters of a American Revolution (DAR) records, United States and New York State Census records, newspapers on microfilm, city directories and more. Shawn Purcell, thesis dilettante for start and internal story during a New York State Library, will lead a tour. The debate is singular to 15 people and registration is required.To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274.

Sunday, Jul 10

CIVIL LIBERTIES: Jul 10 presentation: Latest Issues Confronted by a Capital Region Chapter of a NYCLU. With Melanie Trimble and Colin Donnaruma,Director and President, respectively, of a Capital Region Chapter of a NYS Civil Liberties Union. Presented by The Capital District Humanist Society. Refreshments during 12:30 p.m.; module during 1:15 p.m. Room 224, Campus Center, Sage Colleges Albany Campus, New Scotland Ave. during Academy Road, Albany. Admission: Free. Details and directions: 533-2666, or www.humanistsociety.org.

Monday, Jul 11

HONOR A DECEASED VETERAN: The Rensselaer County Honor a Deceased Veteran Program will honour The Paslow Brothers of Troy during this month’s rite on Jul 11 during 0830 in a Legislative Chambers, Third Floor of a County Office Bldg. located during 1600 Seventh Avenue, Troy. Joseph A. Paslow served in a US Army during WWII, married and began a family while operative as a Tool and Gauge Designer during a Watervliet Arsenal. Nicholas Paslow served in a US Army Air Forces during WWII as a Mechanic and Gunner aboard several form of aircraft. Timothy Paslow served in a US Army Air Forces during WWII. After a fight he returned home apropos a Quality Assurance Specialist during a Watervliet Arsenal. For some-more information hit a Rensselaer County Veterans Service Agency during 270-2760.

Thursday, Jul 14

BENEFIT CONCERT EVENT: Come #PackTheParish and assistance AngioDynamics lift income for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Mark your calendar for a advantage unison during a Parish Public House in downtown Albany Jul 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. and join us for a fun night filled with food, drinks, and live performances by internal bands, all to support a life-saving work of St. Jude. Concert-goers are asked to make a concession of $10 during a doorway for adults and $5 for children with all deduction going to St. Jude. For some-more information visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/packtheparish-tickets-26055937009

Upcoming

CCHS CLASS OF ‘56: Catholic Central High School Class of 1956 60th Reunion: Sep 23, 2016, Buffet during Franklin Terrace; Sep 24, Cruise on Capt. J.P.; Sep 25, Mass and Breakfast during CCHS. Contact Ward Patton during 235-0886.

LANSINGBURGH HS CLASS OF 1966: The Lansingburgh High School category of 1966 will reason a 50th anniversary category reunion on Jul 16 during a Mariott, Wolf Road, Colonie. If we haven’t perceived an invitation and are meddlesome in attending, greatfully call Nancy Reynolds during 369-1269.

SUMMER DANCE CLASSES: The National Museum of Dance’s School of a Arts is charity dusk summer dance classes for pledge to modernized turn dancers that are 3 years of age and older, including adults. Participants can compensate for a whole session, category label or drop-in classes. The styles of dance charity over a summer are: complicated dance, ballet, pointe, swell dancing, zumba, Irish step, artistic movement, and pre-ballet. First time dancers are speedy to pointer adult and/or stop in to observe a class. The summer eventuality runs by Aug 19. A finish report and registration information can be found on a school’s website during www.dancemuseum.org/school. Registration is permitted online. For serve information, greatfully hit The School of a Arts during 584-2225 ext. 3008.

SARATOGA BATTLEFIELD HISTORY STROLLS: Saratoga National Historical Park offers guided tours of Saratoga Battlefield from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Jul 12 and 13, and on Aug 10 and 11, led by National Park volunteers Ray Palmer and Jerry Parker. Participants will train to locations in a park, afterwards travel adult to one mile over disproportionate ground. Visitors should move jubilee H2O and insect repellent and wear stout shoes. Event is cancelled if raining. There is no cost to attend this event, though park opening fees apply. Saratoga Battlefield, partial of Saratoga National Historical Park, is located between Rt. 4 and Rt. 32 in Stillwater. For some-more information on this or other programs during Saratoga National Historical Park, a inhabitant park in your backyard, call a caller core during 670-2985 or revisit a park website during www.nps.gov/sara follow us on Facebook and Twitter @SaratogaNHP

WATERFORD HARBOR FARMERS MARKET: Enjoy pleasing views of a Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, a Erie and Champlain Canals and a Peebles Island State Park as we emporium for uninformed and internal dishes and products including produce, baked goods, soaps, art, crafts, booze and more. Craft list for kids, chair and list massage, live strain many weeks and special events. Sundays 9 a.m. to 1 pm. until Oct 9. For some-more information revisit www.waterfordmarket.org.

MAC-HAYDN THEATRE: ”Forget Your Troubles” with veteran low-pitched theatre: “South Pacific” by Jul 3. The many requested uncover of a summer. Rodgers and Hammerstein epic low-pitched about adore and secular tragedy during World War II. Classic songs embody “Some Enchanted Evening, There Is Nothing Like A Dame, Younger Than Springtime.” Performance days, times and prices vary, call 518-392-9292 or revisit www.machaydntheatre.org for information and reservations.

SPEIGLE ELDERS TRIPS: The Speigle Elders have announced a following day trips for a summer and early tumble months: MacHaydn Theater productions of “South Pacific” on Jun 29 and “Sister Act” on Aug 11; Luncheon during Prospector’s Restaurant in Schaghticoke on Jul 20; Tentative skeleton for an in-house cruise in August; A guided train debate of ancestral Saratoga in Sep followed by a stop during a Casino for a comparison day smorgasboard and a bit of gambling; Lake George luncheon museum (“Southern Comfort”), Oct 5 and presumably a debate to The Lighthouse Restaurant in Schenectady for cooking in November. Sign adult sheets for these events will be permitted during arriving meetings.

HUDSON RIVER ART: Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren Street, presents a solo muster of drawings and paintings by Patrick Madden, opening Saturday, Jul 9 with a usurpation with a artist from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Madden captures a beauty and vivid sovereignty of a Hudson, ‘the stream that flows both ways’ in this artistic collection on arrangement in a Hudson Opera House Center Hall Gallery until Aug 14. For serve information, greatfully revisit hudsonoperahouse.org or call 822-1438.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: North Country Arts’ NCA during a Shirt Factory Gallery is job all artists for their arriving “Summer Dreams” Exhibition. All media welcome. Art pieces contingency be prepared to hang/display. Drop off dates are Friday, Jul 1 or Saturday, Jul 2 during a gallery from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. on both days. Fee is $15 for members, $25 for non-members for adult to 2 pieces. Exhibiting artists might arrangement cards or prints during no additional charge. For some-more information greatfully hit info@northcountryarts.org or revisit their website www.northcountryarts.org.

ART IN CHESTERTOWN: Now by Jul 23, Summer Creations exhibition. Celebrate a summer in Chestertown. Art In Chestertown is exhibiting works in all media by internal and spontaneous artists. There will be a shutting usurpation Saturday, Jul 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. 6378 State Route 9, Chestertown. Regular Gallery Hours: Thursday by Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

SOUL REBEL PERFORMANCE TROUPE: Soul Rebel Performance Troupe’s subsequent production, opening adult on Jul 15, is a Tony-nominated play “Eclipsed” by Danai Gurira. This is a good absolute story formed on kidnapped and intimately abused women of Liberia. Dates: Jul 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31, during a Soul Rebel Home located during 1501 1st Avenue (corner of 15th street) Watervliet.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC: Director Tim Nelson and his adult behaving unit from The Rose Center Theater in Westminster, California, lapse to Fort Salem Theater for their annual summer debate a weekend of Jun 24-26 with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classical musical, “The Sound of Music.” In serve to a California actors, Nelson, who also works during Albany’s Park Playhouse, has fabricated a expel of some of a region’s many achieved immature actors, including Ariana Papaleo and George Franklin. “The Sound of Music” plays Friday and Saturday, Jun 24-25 during 8 p.m., and Sunday, Jun 26, during 2 p.m. Discounted tickets are permitted for seniors and immature people twelve and under. More information is permitted on a theater’s website (fortsalemtheater.com) or by job a museum during 854-9200.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Cohoes Public Library is charity a annual Summer Reading Celebration during Jul and August, and appearance is giveaway and open to all ages – we too, parents. Come in to a Library and pointer adult for Summer Read. Pledge to review over a summer, keep lane of your progress, and come and humour giveaway Summer Programs – including a good jubilee during a finish of a summer to applaud your accomplishments. For questions, hit a Library during 235-3570. A list of programs on www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org or on a library’s FaceBook page.

CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS: North Country ARTS is seeking photographers for an arriving juried uncover during Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls. Each photographer is invited to contention 2 photographs, framed and prepared to hang. Drop off and registration is Saturday, Jul 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during a Friends’ Gallery, Crandall Public Library, 251 Glen St. 2nd Floor, Glens Falls. Fees for a uncover are $15 for North Country Arts’ members and $25 for non-members. Non-members will have a eventuality to turn members for as tiny as $20. For some-more information hit info@northcountryarts.org or revisit a website during www.northcountryarts.org.

CROSSINGS 5K CHALLENGE: The 13th Annual Crossings 5K Challenge Kids Runs to advantage Colonie Youth Center will be reason Sunday, Sep 25, on a new USATF Certified course. Check in and day of registration opens during 8 a.m. 5K run/walk kicks off during 10am followed by a kids ¼ mile fun run and kids 1 mile chip- timed run. Event starts and finishes during CYC’s Rudy A. Ciccotti Family Recreation Center. Course will run by a Colonie Crossings Park. Walkers are welcome. Register by 9/21 for a best deal. Register online now or for some-more information revisit Colonieyouthcenter.org and like Crossings 5K Challenge and Kids Fun Run to advantage CYC on Facebook.

BEST OF STUDENT ART: The Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition showcases design total by SUNY’s gifted tyro artists from opposite New York State. Open by Oct 23, a muster facilities artworks comparison by particular art departments opposite SUNY’s campuses, including drawings, paintings, photography, sculpture and digitally constructed works. The muster includes some-more than 60 artworks comparison from approximately 300 submissions. A list of a artists featured in a muster is permitted during a following link: http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/about/press/kits/best-suny. Located during 222 Madison Avenue in Albany, a Museum is open Tuesday by Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is sealed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Admission is free.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DANCE: The National Museum of Dance is gratified to announce a newest exhibition, “50 Years during SPAC.” As a jubilee of a 50th Anniversary season, a Museum will benefaction an vaunt highlighting a unusual programming during a Performing Arts Center over a past 5 decades. Through costumes, photographs, video and interviews with venerable artists who have achieved on this sacred stage, a vaunt explores a abounding story and common prophesy that built one of a excellent and many distinguished dance and strain venues. The National Museum of Dance is located during 99 South Broadway in Saratoga Springs. The Museum is now open for daily admissions Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m, charity giveaway acknowledgment on Tuesdays. Please call a Museum during 584-2225 x3001.

SECRET GARDENS TOUR: Tickets are on sale now for a 22nd annual Secret Gardens Tour, featuring 10 private gardens in and around Saratoga Springs on Sunday, Jul 10 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The self-guided tour, presented by Soroptimist International of Saratoga County (SISC), includes a semi-formal English garden, a moth house, assorted H2O features, within a brew of expanded farming sites and artistic civic environments. SISC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit classification that supports domestic assault plant services and other internal and tellurian initiatives that advantage women, girls and a broader community. Tickets are $20 in allege and $25 on a day of a tour. Tickets might be systematic on soroptimistsaratoga.org or purchased during any sell Cudney’s Dry Cleaners location, a Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center and during Northshire Bookstore on Broadway, Saratoga Springs.

KVA CLASS OF 1966: The Keveny Memorial Academy category of 1966 will be holding a 50th category reunion on Saturday Sep 17, during a Mohawk Club in Niskayuna. For some-more information hit Tom Zych during 664-5795, kmareunion1966@gmail.com, or a Facebook page at: KMA category of 66 reunion.

INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER WORKSHOP: The Independent Living Center of a Hudson Valley announces a new seminar series, “Creators of Beauty: Hand Painted Quilt Squares”. Under a superintendence of Jeannie Thomma, a internal artist, a three-week array will yield people with disabilities a eventuality to emanate felt panels that will be sewn into a village quilt. The coverlet will be denounced in Oct in approval of Disability Awareness Month. All people with disabilities are welcome, and there is no assign to participate; materials are also included. The array will take place during ILCHV’s offices during 15 Third Street, Troy; a space is located on a train line and is permitted to people with all disabilities. The seminar will take place Jun 21 and 28. Interested people with disabilities should call Barbara Devore during 274-0701 if we have questions or to register.

ESSAY CONTEST: The Federal Court Bar Association for a internal United States District Court is gratified to announce a new letter competition exclusively for high propagandize students in a Capital Region (specifically, a City School District of Albany, a Schenectady City School District and a Enlarged City School District of Troy). Essays contingency courtesy a start of some aspect of a U.S. Constitution and be fewer than 1,250 difference in length. Prize winners will be announced on Sep 17 (Constitution Day). The initial place esteem is $750; a second place esteem is $350; and a third place esteem is $150. In addition, there will be one or some-more honest discuss prizes. More sum about a contest–as good as representation topics and investigate materials–are permitted on www.constitutionalscholars.org.

SUNNYVIEW ART EXHIBIT: Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, an associate of St. Peter’s Health Partners (SPHP) – a region’s largest health complement – hosts “Riff on a Riff,” an muster featuring a works of area artists Gail Nadeau and Chris O’Connor, on arrangement now by Monday, Aug 1, during 1270 Belmont Ave., Schenectady. The works – that prominence a partnership between a photographer, a fiber artist, and lost civic muralists – demonstrate who a people are as artists. The muster is open to a public, giveaway of charge. Viewing is permitted during business hours. For some-more information, greatfully hit a Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation during 382-4586.

DIABETES WALKING SUPPORT GROUP: Capital Region Diabetes and Endocrine Care, a dilemma use of St. Peter’s Health Partners and Ellis Medicine, will offer a diabetes walking support organisation Saturdays, Jun. 4, 11, and 18, and Aug. 6 and 20, during 9:30 a.m., during a Albany Memorial Professional building, 63 Shaker Rd., Albany. Walkers will have a eventuality to ask a purebred dietitian questions about diabetes and nourishment in an spontaneous atmosphere, while enchanting in healthy exercise. Wear gentle walking shoes. The walks are giveaway of assign and open to a public. The walks will be canceled in a box of rain. For some-more information or to register, greatfully call 1-888-941-4009.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM: Barnes Noble Colonie Center announces a 20th anniversary of Barnes Noble’s time-honored Summer Reading Program, that will underline a special Summer Reading Triathlon this year. During a book giveaway, immature readers can acquire a giveaway book by reading 3 books and responding questions in their summer reading biography by Sep 6. The Summer Reading Triathlon allows immature readers to opinion for their favorite heroes and places from a preference of contenders curated by Barnes Noble Booksellers and displayed during stores nationwide. Voting runs by Aug 21, with internal and inhabitant winners announced during a special shutting rite on Aug 27. For some-more information on a Summer Reading Triathlon and Barnes Noble’s Summer Reading Program, revisit BN.com/SummerReading or ask one of a associating booksellers during Barnes Noble Colonie Center.

SUMMER READING FUN: Join us during a Rensselaer Public Library this summer. The thesis this year is “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” with programs for opposite age groups weekly, and special family programs Saturdays. Children and teenagers who oath to 15 mins of reading a day will be entered into esteem drawings, and children who come in and tell us about what they’ve been reading will get a tiny esteem right away. Summer Reading Fun runs by Aug 13.

SUMMER HORSEPLAY CAMP: Horseplay Camp is an all abilities summer module for children and teenagers with and though special needs. The stay incorporates a accumulation of mounted and unmounted equine activities such as riding, driving, equine handling, grooming, quick chores, stable management. All activities highlight self-development and organisation building. Students attend in flock regard and investigate to rise communication, safety, and horsemanship skills. Additional activities embody music, movement, drama, humanities and crafts. Each camper leaves their singular “hoof print” on a farm, such as additions to a feeling trail, games for other campers, and signage for a route system. High and Mighty Therapeutic Riding and Driving Center emphasizes obliged stewardship practices for a Earth, training and practicing ways in that to respect, haven and strengthen a healthy environment. All stay days go from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Dates are Jul 11-15, Jul 18-22, Aug 1-5, Aug 8-12. Cost is $225, Scholarships Available. Please call 672-4202 or email info@high-n-mighty.org to register.

YADDO GARDEN TOURS: Every Saturday and Sunday by Sep 3-4. Also Tuesdays during racing season. No debate on Travers Day, Aug 27. Tours of a Garden customarily embody pity a story of a Trask Family, a Mansion and story of a Yaddo gardens. The aura, spirituality and artistic appetite that permeates Yaddo is discussed. Docent-led tours begain during 11 a.m during a categorical fountain nearby a opening embankment to a garden, and final about one hour. The cost is $10 per person. Special guided docent-led tours of a Yaddo gardens can be organised during a date and time permitted for a group. Contact Yaddo during 584-0746 or www.Yaddo. org for some-more infomation.

ART OF PERSONAL ESSAYS: Transform a typical events of your life into unusual personal essays. Explore a step-by-step routine in “Writing From Your Heart: The Art of Personal Essays,” a march taught by award-winning author Pauline Bartel that will be reason on Thursday, Jun 30, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. during Schenectady County Community College. Course price is $85. The compulsory coursebook is $15 and can be performed from a instructor on a initial night of a course. Register online during (http://www.sunysccc.edu/academic/acadser/webreg.htm#personal).

MOUNTAIN ROAD SUMMER CAMP: Mountain Road School (MRS) in New Lebanon is a tiny on-going eccentric propagandize apportionment between 45 and 60 children during a propagandize year from preschool by eighth category and an additional 50 children during a summer. Sign adult for one week of Summer Camp or all four: Jul 18-22, Jul 25-29, Aug 1-5, Aug 8-12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuition for one week for initial child $250. $200 for additional children. Additional weeks, $200 per child. Register during http://mountainroadschool.org/summer-camp/camp-registration-form/.

PITTSTOWN SENIORS NEWS: Meetings are reason a initial Wednesday of a month during a Raymertown Fire House. All seniors 55 or over are invited. Town of Pittstown Senior Trips: Jul 14: Dutch Apple in Albany-$17. Aug 9: Saratoga Casino. Dec 9-11: Capital Christmas in Washington D.C., over night-$369. Jun 8-16, 2017: 9 day debate Branson, Missouri. Shows, meals, train motorist and lassie gratuities are included-$925 per person. For some-more information, call Sylvia during 478-3338. Please leave a message.

ENCHANTED SPACES AT HYDE HALL: “Enchanted Spaces: Photographs by Troy Hourie and Abby Rodd,” by Sep 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Hyde Hall Historic Mansion, a Kent Center Gallery, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Road, Cooperstown. A apportionment of all deduction from a sale of a artists’ photographs will be donated to a Friends of Hyde Hall, Inc. to foster village programming.

BICYCLE SAFETY CLASSES: The Watervliet Civic Center perceived a extend in a volume of $1950 from a Capital Coexist module of a Capital District Transportation Committee for bike riders in Watervliet. The Watervliet Civic Center will control 3 classes for girl on Jul 20 and Jul 21. The module is giveaway of assign and will embody of bike safety, bike rodeo, informational brochures, teenager bike repairs and many more. For for information greatfully hit a Watervliet Civic Center during 273-5922.

THS CLASS OF 1966: Troy High School category of 1966 50th reunion, Oct 15, 2016, during a Hilton Garden Inn in Troy. Contact Wilma (Thompson) Bradley during wtbradley278@gmail.com for some-more information or to leave your name and residence for updated hit information.

ALBANY PINE BUSH EXHIBIT: Running by Jun 26, Albany Visitor Center, 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany. The Albany Pine Bush Preserve is a good apparatus that offers visitors many ominous educational programs and recreational opportunities including hiking, bird watching, and cross-country skiing, and many others. The Center is open to a open Monday by Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and weekends and many holidays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For some-more information about a Pine Bush, revisit www.AlbanyPineBush.org or call 456-0655.

GREENBUSH GARDEN CLUB GRANTS: Greenbush Garden Club is once again charity $250 grants for children’s gardening programs in southern Rensselaer County. For information and an focus greatfully hit greenbushgardener@gmail.com or call Diane during 308-9613.

IMAGINING THE AMERICAN WEST: “Imaging a American West: Selections from The Metropolitan Museum of Art” will be on muster in a New York State Museum’s West Gallery by Jul 17. The muster facilities 48 paintings, works on paper, and sculptures from a permanent collections of 3 curatorial departments: The American Wing; Drawings and Prints; and Modern and Contemporary Art. Artists represented in a muster embody Albert Bierstadt, Paul Manship, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frederic Remington, and Charles M. Russell. Located during 222 Madison Avenue in Albany, a Museum is open Tuesday by Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

SHAKESPEARE EXHIBIT: From now until Oct. 11, Williams College’s Chapin Library will horde an muster imprinting a 400th anniversary of a genocide of William Shakespeare: “‘While Thy Booke Doth Live’: Shakespeare and His World.” The muster is located in room 406 of Sawyer Library. Drawn from a abounding land of a Chapin Library, a muster facilities works by Shakespeare in strange editions, including all of a Folios, a 1640 book of Shakespeare’s Poems, and late 17th-century printings and adaptations of some of his plays. Also in a arrangement are books that put Shakespeare in a context of English story and a theatres of London, works he used as source element for his plays. The vaunt is open to a public, giveaway of charge, Monday by Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

ALBANY WALKING TOURS: A guided walking debate on a second Thursday of any month, highlighting downtown Albany’s ancestral places and pretentious architecture. The giveaway tours skip a Albany Visitors Center during Quackenbush Square during 11 a.m. on Thursdays Jul 14, Aug 11, Sep 8 and Oct 13. For some-more information call 434-0405.

CANYON COUNTRY TOUR 2016: La Fédération franco-américaine du New York is sponsoring a 9-day trip, Sep 26 to Oct 4, to a scenic southwest, including Scottsdale, a Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce and Zion National Parks, Las Vegas, and more. Price per chairman includes airfare, hotels, engine coach, and 11 meals. Rates change by array of people per room. For details, call Lisa during Plaza Travel during 785-3338 or email lisa@plazatravel.net. Reservations are requested; this is a smashing debate that customarily sells out fast.

PIRATE SHIP RAFFLE: Raffle tickets are on sale now for a Mega Blocks Pirate Ship, easily donated by a Siver Family. All Raffle tickets are $1 each, or 6 for $5. This extraordinary collectible is a Mega Blocks Pirates of a Caribbean: Flying Dutchman Ship. Come see it on arrangement during a Nassau Free Library, 18 Church Street. Proceeds advantage a Nassau Free Library. For information call 766-2715, email director@nassaufreelibrary.org, or revisit www.nassaufreelibrary.org.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS WORKSHOP SERIES: The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, invites artists or village members with an seductiveness in training artistic techniques to attend in their arriving seminar array with featured exhibiting artists. All workshops are open to all knowledge levels. These workshops continue this summer with “Rethinking Embroidery Designs with Patricia Dolton,” Jul 16, Cost: $10 LARAC Members/$20 Non-Members. Participants contingency pre-register to participate, greatfully call 798-1144 ext. 2 or pointer adult on www.larac.org.

IMPROV CLASSES: “Improv is a good approach to disencumber up, learn your core comic, accommodate fascinating people, and many of all, have fun.” Members of a Mop Bucket Co. will be on palm during a Sand Lake Center for a Arts to broach we to a basement of this smashing art form. Something new any week. If you’ve never taken an improv class, or if we have, and wish to play, this is a category for you. $100 for a array of 4 or $30 each. Prepaid registration online during slca-ctp.org or by job 674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY43, Averill Park, and is entirely disabled permitted with copiousness of giveaway parking.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Cohoes Public Library, in and with a Cohoes Senior Center, invites seniors to take a outpost to a library on a initial and third Wednesday of a month. They can peruse a books, use a computer, attend in a knitting/crocheting group, join a special book bar (the 3rd Wednesday of a month) and attend in other specifically designed programs. There will be assistance in signing adult for library cards and in use of a computers. Additional info on a website and Facebook.

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NORTH CHATHAM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Summer Worship Services during 9:30 a.m. by Sep 4. 4274 NY-203, North Chatham.

CLOTHING BARN: The Clothing Barn during North Chatham United Methodist Church, 4274 Route 203, will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. any Saturday by a core of October. This is a good eventuality to collect adult “gently used” wardrobe boots (for children and adults) during discount prices. The stable will be open for usurpation auction donations from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday mornings.

CHENEY LIBRARY SEEKS USED BOOKS: Cheney Library wants your kindly used books for a book sale room. Please cruise giving a library books that we have review and substantially won’t review again. They’ll be put to use in a library or sole during a First Saturday Book Sale. Just move them to a library on: Mondays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Tuesdays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Fridays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cheney Library unequivocally appreciates your generosity.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DANCE: The National Museum of Dance is now open for a 30th summer season. The museum is open to a open Tuesday by Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., with giveaway acknowledgment any Tuesday. The Museum is now showcasing exhibitions including A Tribute to Dancers in Film, Making Art Dance, 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees Mark Morris and Rudolf Nureyev, and others to be announced. The Museum’s newest muster is The Dancing Athlete. The National Museum of Dance is located during 99 South Broadway in Saratoga Springs. For some-more information about stream exhibitions and arriving events during a Museum revisit www.dancemuseum.org or call 584-2225.

USS SLATER: USS Slater is open to a open and this year outlines a ship’s 19th deteriorate in Albany. There have been extensive changes to a boat given she initial arrived. USS Slater has turn one of a best restored, many historically accurate World War II ships in a world. A National Historic Landmark, USS Slater is a customarily remaining World War II Destroyer Escort afloat in America. Destroyer Escorts creatively were recognised to conflict Nazi U-Boats while escorting convoys opposite a Atlantic. However, their coherence valid useful in a Pacific fortifying charge army from Kamikaze attacks. USS Slater is owned and operated by Destroyer Escort Historical Museum, a private, non-profit organization. The Museum receives no unchanging Federal, State, or internal supervision financial support. USS Slater is located on a Hudson River in Downtown Albany customarily south of a Dunn Memorial Bridge. Once open, open hours will be Wednesday by Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by November. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for children. Call 431-1943 for some-more information or revisit a website during www.ussslater.org.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help: drop-in mechanism and device assistance any Tuesday from 1 to 3 p.m. from an consultant from Cornell Cooperative Ext. Bring in your device for assistance with a specific problem, or customarily come in to accept common-sense instruction in regulating computers. Teen Time: any Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m., teenagers can stop in and consort with any other, personification video games, creation crafts and customarily talking. 676 East Street, Rensselaer.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Come to a Troy Senior Center weekly for aerobics, needlework crocheting, Bingo, swimming, bowling, line dancing, Bible study, reminiscing groups, exercise, osteo aerobics, crafts, label games, billiards, entertainment, and much, many more. Meet aged friends; make new friends, New members welcome. Call 270-5348 for some-more information. 17 Third Street, Troy.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Comm Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy has many new open and summer equipment on display. Stop by and crop a many bedrooms of housewares, clothing- including prom/wedding gowns, linens, toys, games, puzzles home décor, seat and some-more all during discount prices. Enjoy a provide and review with a permitted workers. Open any Thursday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

CHENEY LIBRARY: The Hoosick Township Historical Society gave Cheney Library a set of their publications. They have been cataloged and are prepared for we to check out. The authors are people from a locale: Philip Leonard, Charles Filkins, Corinne Eldred, Jan Shields, Alex Brooks, and Barbara Burke Simoneau. You will be means to get to know this area of New York State improved with such titles as: “Hometown Heroes of Hoosick Falls;” “Walter A. Wood and Company;” “Three Hoosick Area Murders 1902-1930;” and “Hoosick History.com Short Stories.” The library is really grateful to Philip Leonard for donating a booklets as a approach to inspire people to review about a area that they live in. Please come in and take advantage of these lessons in history. Cheney Library is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1 to 8 p.m.; Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

THRIFT SHOP: The Basement on First Street, a preservation emporium located during St. John’s Episcopal Church on First Street in Troy is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 compartment noon, with copiousness of comfortable wardrobe and lots of other engaging items. The church also offers giveaway bread and coffee to all who come in on Saturdays. Come in from a cold, have a crater of coffee and bagel and afterwards come into a preservation emporium for some good deals.

ADULT COLORING: Make your Monday evenings overwhelming anytime between 5 and 8 p.m., come to Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls to De-stress with Adult Coloring Books. Have fun and relax like when we were a kid. We have a array of adult coloring books and pencils, so that we can lay in a comfortable sourroundings and humour yourself.

CHENEY LIBRARY STORY TIME: Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will start an 8 week Spring Story Time on Feb 23 during 10 a.m. in a Story Room. The thesis this Spring will be “On Your Mark, Get Set … Read.” We will have copiousness of stories, finger-plays, songs, crafts and snacks. And of march we will do a Wiggle, Waggle strain and all of a motions. So, on your mark, get set and come to Cheney Library during 10 a.m. on Tuesdays to have fun with reading.

SPEIGLE ELDERS: With a difference of holiday and continue scheduling, a Speigle Elders meets on a second and fourth Wednesdays of any month during a Faith Lutheran Church on Route 40 with speakers and special events scheduled on a monthly basis. At a new formulation session, a indeterminate calendar discussed for a arriving year includes a revisit to a Racino during Saratoga in September, in-house Italian luncheon, an Ice Cream Social, lunch during a Red Lion Inn with a revisit to Norman Rockwell Museum as good as luncheons during area restaurants. Please hit Lois Kewley if we are peaceful to horde one of these many events.

SPEIGLE ELDERS BOWLING LEAGUE: The Speigle Elders unite a non-sectioned bowling joining during a Alpha Lanes in Lansingburgh during noon on Mondays with use bowling on Fridays. All teams are seeking new and surrogate bowlers. Anyone meddlesome might join a joining any Monday during a bowling lanes.

COMPUTER HELP: Every Tuesday from 1 to 3 p.m. a Rensselaer Library, 676 East Street, offers drop-in mechanism and device assistance from an consultant from Cornell Cooperative Extension. Bring in your device for assistance with a specific problem, or customarily come in to accept common-sense instruction in regulating computers.

PUBLIC ASTRONOMY PROGRAM: On a third Saturday of any month, a Albany Visitor’s Center will be holding dual open astronomy programs during a Henry Hudson Planetarium. The children’s module will start during 11 a.m. and is an interactive module exploring a stars, planets, comets and constellations in a night sky. Geared for children ages 3-7 and their families. The 1 p.m. Star Sighting Show is also an interactive module that identifies a stars, planets, comets and constellations, though presents collection and techniques for apropos an pledge astronomer. Geared for skywatchers ages 8 and above. 2016 Dates for open planetarium programs: Jul 16, Aug 20, Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17. All tickets are $3. 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany.

FREE SPIRIT FELLOWSHIP: Free Spirit Fellowship of Watervliet is now holding services Thursday evenings during 7 p.m. in a United Methodist Church. The church is located during 1401 1st Avenue. For serve info, greatfully call 961-3464.

FREE HOME BIBLE STUDY: A good approach to investigate by a Bible during your convenience. Exciting and ominous investigate that could change your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellowship. For some-more information call 885-3149

TRANSPORTATION TO SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, offers travel to a core any other Monday, and any Wednesday and Friday for a suggested concession of $1. They will collect adult in Cropseyville, Grafton, Petersburg, Berlin and Stephentown. Come join a fun and a healthful lunch Monday by Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Programs charity during a core embody though not singular to; Wii games, cards, dominoes, informational presentations, crafts, scrapbooking classes, yoga and many special events. All programs are giveaway and embody materials; move a crony or come make new ones. For some-more information or to haven a outpost float call Penny during 279-3413.

CHAIR YOGA: Yoga is a highlight reliever. It improves balance, coherence and strength. When total with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even some-more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear lax wardrobe and let’s widen and relax. Classes are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during 10 a.m. during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton. You might join during any time. It’s a mind and physique rejuvenation, yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If we have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch after exercise, greatfully hit a core during 279-3413.

MEET ME AT DUNCAN’S: Have we eaten during Duncan’s today? Last week? How about anytime during a final 75 and years? Visit a Brunswick Historical Society to perspective a exhibit, “Meet Me during Duncan’s” that highlights a story of Brunswick’s best famous dairy bar and a place in village history. The Brunswick Historical Society, located during 605 Brunswick Road (corner of Moonlawn) in Brunswick, has a domicile in a ancestral 1881 Garfield School, where a investigate and ancestral library are also permitted to a public. The Society is open Wednesdays, 1 to 4 p.m., Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and by appointment. For serve information about this or other programs reason by a Society, greatfully revisit www.bhs-ny.org, find us on Facebook, or call 279-4024.

REVITALIZING A CITY’S SOUL: If we trust that art can reanimate a city’s soul, come and check out Choose Cohoes for Art. A organisation of both artists and non-artists alike, members trust that art is a approach to renovate a city. We are looking for uninformed ideas and assistance in implementing them. Interested? Check us out on a second Monday of a month during Ragged Edge Studios, 137 Remsen St., Cohoes during 6 p.m. Questions? Send to info@ChooseCohoesForArt.org and check out a Choose Cohoes for Art FaceBook page.

JEWELS OF THE SEA: The ”Jewels of a Sea” seashell vaunt will be open a third Saturday and Sunday of any month, Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit, located during Discovery Hall, Second Street, Troy, is an try dedicated to systematic exploration, discovery, and reconnecting of people with a healthy world. Wheelchair accessible. Admission is $5 for Adults; $2 for students 12 and older; Free for kids 11 and under. We are wheelchair accessible. Call 669-0043 for some-more information.

THE BOOK SELLER: The Book Seller, sponsored by a Friends of a Troy Public Library, is located during a Lansingburgh Branch during 114th Street and 4th Avenue. Hours are Wednesdays from 2 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It offers several thousand kindly used books during discount prices. Most of a tough cover books are fifty cents. Soft cover books are twenty 5 cents. The Book Seller also has a collection of videos, audio cassettes, and records, as good as a preference of Friends’ signature products including tee-shirts, receptacle bags, mugs, and note cards.

PITTSTOWN SENIORS: The city of Pittstown Seniors reason their monthly meetings on a initial Wednesday of a month starting with a lonesome plate luncheon during noon. T.O.P.S meetings are reason during a Raymertown Fire House on Mason Lane. All seniors 55 or over are invited to attend.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Knitting Club now any Thursday 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Story Times, Thursdays 10:30 a.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy.

WATERVLIET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The church operates a Fabulous Finds Thrift Store, that is open any Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fabulous Finds accepts clean, unsoiled clothing. The church is located during 1401 First Avenue, Watervliet. For some-more information, greatfully call 273-0191, Ext. 4.

CAPITAL VIEW TOASTMASTERS CLUB: It is some-more than customarily open speaking, Learn a accumulation of communication and care skills. Capital View Toastmasters Club meets a initial and third Wednesday of any month from noon to 1 p.m. during a East Greenbush Library. Contact capitalview.toastmastersclubs.org.

WEEKLY CAR CRUISE: DJ John’s Cruizin’ Route 4, any Friday, 5 to 9 p.m., during The Eatery’s pushing range, 391 Rt. 4, East Greenbush. Any aged automobile welcome. One giveaway ice cream cone per car, 50/50 raffles and “The Weekly Eatery Pick and DJ Pick.” For some-more information, call DJ John during 857-7583.

BINGO: Bingo is behind during Manchester Eagles, Route 11/30, Manchester Center, Vt., second and fourth Tuesdays of a month. Doors open during 5:45 p.m. and Early Bird starts 6:45 p.m. Any questions call 802-375-2801 or 802-362-2025.

ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: The International Center of a Capital Region is initiating a Capital Region Immigration Oral History Project, that will collect and haven a first-hand interviews of Capital Region immigrants. If we would like to share your newcomer experience, hit a International Center during 708-7608 or info@iccralbany.org.

YEAR-ROUND RECYCLING: Zion’s United Church of Christ of Taborton receives a following equipment for recycling in a Blue Box subsequent to a front doorway of a Church Hall: clothing, belts, blankets, drapery, hats, palm bags, interconnected shoes, sheets, sneakers, towels and pressed animals. In a Greenfiber immature recycling container, in a church parking lot, a church receives newspapers, phone books, bureau paper, cardboard, cereal boxes, magazines, brownish-red paper bags and construction paper. Donate all used equipment to Doors of Hope in West Sand Lake. Donate used seat to a seat module of Troy Area United Ministries. Call TAUM during 274-5920, ext. 204, Tiara Burnett, to arrange for a collect up.

FOOD PANTRY: Faith’s Pantry during Grace Church, 34 Third St. is open by appointment. The puncture food cupboard is open from 10 a.m. to noon any Friday. The cupboard is also open 7 to 8 p.m. on a third Thursday of any month and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on a fourth Thursday of any month. To make an appointment, call 237-7370.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Saratoga County Office for a Aging needs volunteers to assistance broach dishes to home-bound seniors via Saratoga County. Delivery takes about an hour. Training/orientation provided. Call Billie Jo or Carmella during a Office for a Aging during 363-4020 or 363-4033 for details.

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