Area codes are 518 unless noted. See more calendar listings at www.troyrecord.com/community. Submit items two weeks in advance to [email protected]
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BUS TRIP: Bethel Baptist Church is organizing a bus trip to Lancaster PA on July 24 to see the play, “JESUS.” The bus leaves at 7 a.m. For more informatin, call 518-274-4303.
HISTORIC STEPHENTOWN PHOTOS: Photographs of Stephentown from 1907 and 1908 are now on display at the Stephentown Post Office. These scenes have been printed from glass plate negatives that were donated to the Stephentown Historical Society by the Lebanon Valley Historical Society. The views include the Kinderhook Creek and Atwater Village section of Garfield. These historic images will also be part of a Spring 2019 exhibit of local photography at the Stephentown Heritage Center. Photographers should plan to take their own interesting views and visions of Stephentown throughout the coming year with this exhibit in mind.
CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATION: Sand Lake Center for the Arts invites local artists to decorate, paint and manipulate artifical Christmas trees that will auctioned off during the holiday season at the arts center. SLCA will provide the trees (If needed) at 2’, 4’ or 6’ tall. Finalized works of art are due Aug 31 to be displayed in September. For more information call 518-674-2007 or visit www.slca-ctp.org.
CRUMMAGE SALE: The Cohoes-Waterford Elks host a Crummage Sale with Crafts and Garage Sale Items on Saturday, July 21, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at 45 N.Mohawk Street, Cohoes. If you are interested in securing a booth ($40 per spot, deadline by July 16) contact Valerie Ridgeway at 518-852-3670 or Bill Rosenberger at 518-527-3179.
CHILDHOOD MEMENTOS WANTED: Now is the time to look in that hope chest or check the drawer in the desk for that perfect memento of your childhood that you would like to share in the latest of the Rensselaer County Historical Society’s series of community exhibits. RCHS encourages submissions for the Fall 2018 exhibition, “When I Was A Child: A Community Remembers Childhood,” which will be held at the museum from September 10 – December 22 as part of this year’s examination of childhood in Rensselaer County. Images, artwork, toys, clothing, etc. will all be part of this companion exhibit to “Kids, Kids, Kids – Growing Up in Rensselaer County,” currently on view in the Grimm Gallery. For more information on how to submit your mementos, please contact Stacy Pomeroy Draper, Curator/Archivist at [email protected]
COHOES SUMMER READING PROGRAM: Cohoes Public Library is offering its annual Summer Reading Celebration during July and August, and participation is free and open to all ages, including parents! Sign up for Summer Read and pledge to read over the summer, keep track of your progress, and enjoy free Summer Programs, including a great party at the end of the summer to celebrate your accomplishments. All programs are free & start at 11:30 a.m. each Thursday from July 12 – August 23. See www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org for complete descriptions.
PALACE SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: The Palace Theater’s “Summer in the City” movie series, co-presented by SEFCU and Albany Medical Center, offers free family-friendly movies on Tuesdays from July 10 through August 28. Doors open at noon with educational activities provided by Albany Med; movies start at 1 p.m. Free popcorn and beverages are provided to children 12 and under. Individual groups, daycare and summer camps looking to reserve blocks of tickets may call in advance. The Palace is loacted at 19 Clinton Avenue, Albany. For more information, call 518-465-4663 ext. 128 or visit www.palacealbany.org.
GOD BLESS AMERICA LUNCHEON: The New York Capital District Christian Women’s Connection (CWC) is sponsoring a July God Bless America! Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to approximately 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11, at the Guilderland Elks Lodge, 3867 Route 146 (Carman Road) in Schenectady. This month’s luncheon features Michael Saccaccio from the Schenectady City Mission, special music with Ron Tweety and Carol Shaw, and Special Speaker Mat Zawisza presenting “Restored – Restoration of Peter.” The cost is $15 inclusive (cash only please).Reservations are necessary no later than July 8. Please call Nancy at 518-869-0642.
SOUTHERN SARATOGA ART SOCIETY: Several local artists and members of SSAS will be exhibiting at various venues throughout the area. Maria Tsai is exhibiting at Catskill-Hudson Bank in Halfmoon and Mary Fekete at their Malta branch during July and August. Waterford Library will host Frank Coletta, Bill Daisak, Judy Loucks, Diane Staudinger, Joan VanAlphen, Bill Staudinger and Valerie Woodward for the month of July. Photographer, Bill Staudinger, will exhibit at NBT Bank, Clifton Park for July and August. Rebecca Jenkins, will exhibit at the Mechanicville Library during July and August.”Summer of Art” is the theme of local artist Patricia Wade, exhibiting in July at the Center Gallery of the Clifton Park Senior Community Center. To learn more about SSAS and their artists, visit: southernsaratogaartist.com.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES TOILETRIES DRIVE: Catholic Charities’ pantry programs are running low or are completely out of toiletries. Please consider donating items such as bar soap, toilet paper, toothpaste and other personal hygiene products to one of the five local pantries: St. John’s/St. Ann’s Outreach Center, Hilltowns Community Resource Center, Sister Maureen Joyce Center, Roarke Center or CoNSERNS-U. You can also drop off any items at Catholic Charities Tri-County Services’ office at 50 Herrick St in Rensselaer. If you prefer to make a monetary donation, you can do so online at https://rcda.thankyou4caring.org/ccrcda/cc-tri-county-services.
ADULT SUMMER READING RAFFLE: If you have time to read even one book this summer, you have a chance to win a prize in the Troy Public Library and Lansingburgh branch’s summer reading raffle. You get the chance to enter one raffle ticket for each book you read. The more you read the better your chances are at winning. Participants must be 16 years or older and have a valid library card from an Upper Hudson member library to enter. You can read whatever books you like, including audiobooks and eBooks. Prizes include gift cards and merchandise from local Troy businesses. The drawing will be held August 21 at the Finale Party. Participants do not need to be present to win. For more information about how to participate, call the library at 518-274-7071 or visit online at www.thetroylibrary.org.
R.O.U.S.E. PICNIC: On Wednesday, July 18, R.O.U.S.E. (Rensselaer Organization United for Senior Endeavors) will hold their annual picnic at The Elks on Rt, 2, Eagle Mills starting at 10 a.m. Lunch will consist of all-you-can-eat Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Sausage & Peppers, Chowder, Salads and Drinks, and will be served at noon. There will be entertainment, a 50/50 raffle, basket raffle and bingo games after lunch. Cost will be $15, with van transportation available from all Rensselaer County Senior Centers. Tickets are available at all your area Senior Center until July 11. For more information call 518-279-3413 or 518-270-2724.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION ROUNDTABLE: On Tuesday, July 10, the American Revolution Round Table: Hudson/Mohawk Valleys and Siena College’s McCormick Center for the Study of the American Revolution present, “The Battle of Hubbardton: the Rear Guard Action that Saved America” by Dr. Bruce M. Venter. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. with time for socializing and networking followed by the program at 7 p.m. The event will be held at Siena College, 515 Loudon Rd, Albany, in the Roger Bacon Building, Room 202, also known as Key Auditorium. Parking is free and please park in Lots L, F or G. To register, please provide your names(s), telephone number in an email to [email protected] or by phone at 518-774-5669.
CIVIL WAR WEEKEND: Tickets are now available for the Civil War Weekend, a fundraiser for The Friends of the Ulysses S. Grant Cottage, which will be held on August 11 and 12 at D.A. Collins’ Ballard Road property in Wilton. This official bicentennial celebration event of the Town of Wilton will include dozens of Civil War era reenactors. The Iron Jacks, 77th NY Regimental Balladeers, and Veterans in the New Field will provide musical performances. Children’s activities, book signings, military artifact displays, food and vendors will offer a weekend full of learning and excitement for all ages. Admission is $10 each day for ages 13 and up; entry is free for children 12 and under and active duty military with id cards. Paid tickets include a complimentary admission pass to Grant Cottage for use during the 2018 season. Tickets may be purchased at www.grantcottage.org. For more information, call 518-584-4353.
VENDORS WANTED: The Latham-Colonie Knights of Columbus are seeking vendors for their craft fair to be held on Saturday, September 22, at the council hall located at 328 Troy-Schenectady Rd, Latham. Table space is available for indoor displays with additional space outside on the grounds, both open and covered. Reservations close August 10. For rates and more information, call Kathy at 518-272-8831, email [email protected], or visit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com to download the order form.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DANCE TOURS: The National Museum of Dance is pleased to announce weekly public docent tours beginning Tuesday, June 26. Docent-led tours of the Museum’s temporary and permanent exhibitions will be held each Tuesday from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The tours are free of charge, no advance registration is necessary. Tours meet at 11:15 a.m. in the Museum foyer. The Museum is located at 99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs.
SPEIGLE ELDERS TRIP: The Speigle Elders have cancelled the Amish trip scheduled for September. However, White Star Tours is offering an alternative trip from this area for the same time frame, September 19-21. This package offers a similar agenda and is priced at $364 per person/double occupancy. For additional information and reservations, contact Peter Nicodemi, GEAA, 2 Inersoll Ave., Schenectady, NY; 518-377-4571.
UNION COLLEGE ART EXHIBIT: In “Wherever the Mushrooms Grow,” Union College senior Natalya Brill presents a harmony of discord in her solo exhibition. Using incongruous phrases combined with digitally altered drawings, she creates a curious, ambiguous ether for viewers to meander through. Brill encourages viewers to disassemble the pairings, and consider both what they see initially, and what can be extracted by separating the written and visual elements. June 26 – September 16, Wikoff Student Gallery, Nott Memorial, Union College, Schenectady. A closing reception will be held on Friday, September 14. For more information visit https://muse.union.edu/mandeville/project/wherever-the-mushrooms-grow-natalya-brill/.
MAC-HAYDN CHILDREN’S THEATER: You’ve heard Little Red’s side. Now it’s time to hear from the big bad wolf about what really happened when they met on the way to Grandma’s house. Laughs galore for the whole family in this happy musical. Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., June 29 – July 14; Call 518-392-9292 or visit www.machaydntheatre.org for information and reservations.
ADIRONDACK GREEK FESTIVAL: The 9th Adirondack Greek Festival will be held at St. George Church, 55 Main St., South Glens Falls, on July 12 – 14. On Thursday, July 12 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., there will be gyro and souvlaki to go. On Friday & Saturday, July 13 and 14 from noon to 8 p.m., the full festival includes authentic Greek food, pastries, folk dancers, live music, gift shop, kids’ activities, and church tours. Free admission and parking. For more information, call Marika at 518-792-8299 or the church at 518-792-2359.
SARATOGA WALKING TOURS: The Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center’s popular 90-minute “History, Legends, Lore and More” walking tour celebrates Saratoga’s Victorian era and the classic Victorian stroll. Stroll through Congress Park, take the waters and hear the stories of our most colorful characters, beloved monuments and treasured artwork. All tours begin at 10:30 a.m., rain or shine, and meet at the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center, 297 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. The cost is $8 per person; children under 12 are free. Tours will be held on June 15-16, 22-23 and 29-30. From July 2 – September 3 tours will be held Monday through Saturday. For more information, contact the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center at 518)-587-3241, or visit www.saratogaspringsvisitorcenter.com.
COHOES HIGH CLASS OF ‘68 REUNION: The Cohoes High School Class of 1968 will be holding a 50th Class Reunion on Sunday, July 29, at the Ukrainian Club on Pulaski Avenue in Cohoes. Please contact Mark at [email protected] for additional information.
TAG SALE GOODS WANTED: Assess your attic. Cull your cupboards. Besiege your basement. Grub out your garage. Your donations can help support the Stephentown Historical Society and its programs. Good clean, usable items will be accepted for the July 28 Community Tag Sale to be held at Gardner’s Field at 15879 Rt. 22 in Stephentown. Please do not donate computers, computer equipment, televisions, plastic Christmas decorations, records or VHS tapes since they usually do not sell and the society must then pay to dispose of them properly. Small appliances should be in working order; large appliances and clothing may not be donated. If you have items to donate, please take them to the Heritage Center on Garfield Road on Friday, July 27, between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., or to Gardner’s after 8 a.m. on the day of the sale. Call 518-733-5170 to arrange for drop off and for any other questions. Please do not leave donations if no one is at the Center.
CHATHAM BOOKSTORE ART EXHIBIT: In a show entitled “New Horizons,” Newburyport artist Annalee Johnson exhibits landscape oil paintings at the Chatham Bookstore from June 28 to August 18. The Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street, Chatham. Call 518-392-3005 or visit https://chathambookstore.com/ for more information.
TRIP TO LANCASTER: Tuesday August 7 – Wednesday August 8. Day 1: Lunch & shopping at the Kitchen Kettle. American Music Theater “Songs of the Silver Screen”. Dinner at Millers Smorgasbord. Staying at Best Western in Intercourse, PA. Day 2: Amish Farmlands Guided Tour & shopping. Sight and Sound Theater “Jesus”. Lunch at Hometown Kitchen and then return home. Sponsored by Malta Seniors Inc. Check website: Maltaseniorsny.com for more information.
SPEIGLE ELDERS BOWLING LEAGUE: The non-sanctioned bowling league’s fall season will open at noon on Monday, September 12, preceded by free team bowling on Friday, August 31. Open/practice bowling is offered at noon on Fridays throughout the summer at the Alpha Lanes in Lansingburgh. If you are interested in joining this league for fun and exercise, contact Mary Riley at 518-283-4527.
SPEIGLE ELDERS UPCOMING EVENTS: The Speigle Elders are planning the following upcoming events and outings: MacHaydn Theater trips to “Funny Girl” and “Mama Mia” in June and July respectively; Knickerbacker Mansion tour; birthday luncheon; Chinese Auction in August; fall bowling league in September; Germanfest at Gavin’s in October; and the annual Christmas/Birthday celebration in December. Information on reservations,prices, and details is available from event chairpersons or Social Committee members.
NORTH GREENBUSH PUBLIC LIBRARY: The North Greenbush Public Library has a wide range of new DVDs for the whole family, including the family favorite “Wrinkle in Time,” and the blockbuster “Black Panther.” Did you miss an episode of your favorite TV series? The library now has “Outlander” Season 3, “Call the Midwife” Season 7 and many more titles. Visit northgreenbushlibrary.org/newdvds for the full list. The lazy days of summer would not be complete without beach reading, and the North Greenbush Public Library has the books you want to read from favorite authors like Barbara Delinsky, Stephen King, James Patterson, Nora Roberts, Stuart Woods and more. A complete list of new books is available at northgreenbushlibrary.org/ newbooks. The library is located at 141 Main Avenue, Wynantskill.
COHOES LIBRARY QI GONG CLASSES: Qi Gong is an ancient form of relaxation that combines body posture and movement, breathing and meditation to promote health and vitality. Diana Wells offered a class at the Cohoes Public Library in the spring, and due to popular demand, will bring back these classes on Mondays, starting June 11 and running through July 23 from 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Classes are free and open to the public; however, please register at the Library by stopping by or calling 518-235-2570. Check the Library’s Facebook page or their website, www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org for updates.
BERKSHIRE SCENIC RAILWAY: The Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum (BSRM), a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, is back on track with more Hoosac Valley train rides from the town of Adams. The 2018 season will also offer the return of the popular Cabaret trains, featuring local musicians Ron Ramsay and Samantha Talora. These special events will be offered on alternating Saturdays, June through September. New online ticketing and general information are now at BerkshireTrains.org for all train rides and for BSRM’s historic Lenox Rail Station Museum.
YADDO GARDEN TOURS: Garden tours share the history of the Trask family, the mansion and history of the Yaddo gardens in Saratoga Springs. Docent-led tours begin at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays from June 23 through September 2.. Meet at the entrance to the gardens. Admission $10 per person. New this year, Yaddo will host Ghost Tours on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. during the racing season from July 24 through August 28. For more information contact Yaddo at 518-584-0746 or www.yaddo.org.
CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SUMMER CAMPS: Agriculture Camp will run July 3-July 27 from 9 am – noon. This year’s theme is “Farm to Plate.” Enjoy learning about livestock, plants, visit farms, listen to speakers, and enjoy local farm foods. Youth ages 10-18 are welcome to attend. Camp fee: $65. Canine Camp will run July 30 – August 3 from 9 a.m. – noon. This year’s theme is “Dogs with Jobs.” Learn about canine health, behavior, training, enjoy demonstrations, and meet new friends. Please leave your dogs at home for this event. Youth ages 10-18 are welcome to attend. Camp fee: $65. Both camps are held at 24 Martin Road, Voorheesville. For more information on the above activities, please contact Ashley at 518-765-3500 or [email protected]
POESTENKILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Learn more about people from Poestenkill’s past at the Heritage Center in Poestenkill at 776 Round Top Road next to the Evangelical Lutheran Church. See how Aretta Barringer, Lena Bosch, John Bubie Jr., Irma Fisher, Eva Flint, Florence Bubie Miller Hill, John Holser, Edward Ott, and Florence Ripple influenced the history of this small town. The exhibit is on display through the end of July on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. or call for an appointment at 518-244-3078.
GRAFTON MERRYMAKERS TRIP: Two-hour Lake George Lunch Cruise on the Lac Du Saint Sacrement. August 16. $40 pp includes boat, buffet and bus driver tip. Payment due August 1. For reservations please contact Frank Cuttone at 518 279-1521. Please make checks payable to Grafton Merry Makers C/O Betty Jean Kaufmann, 269 Hillcrest Ave., Troy, NY 12180.
MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites you to experience the wonders of our universe at the Milham Planetarium, located inside the Old Hopkins Observatory. Astronomy students at the college will host free shows for the public on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 8 p.m. beginning on June 5 and running through August 9. Audiences will be treated to shows from the high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector. Each show lasts approximately 50 minutes. For reservations (required) contact Michele Rech at 413-597-2188 or email at [email protected] Others will be admitted as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.
CRAFTERS WANTED: Crafters are needed for “Crafts on the Street, event to be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Saturday, September 15, at St. Joseph’s Church, Lafayette Street, Schenectady. The event will feature a silent auction, pony rides, and a petting zoo. For more information, email [email protected] or call/text 518-596-8080.
TROY CYO DAY CAMP: The Troy CYO-sponsored Summer Day Camp program is now registering children ages 4-12 for its seven-week program, June 25 – August 10 along with a basketball fundamentals program planned for August 13 – August 17. The Summer Camp program offers daily trips to Grafton, Saratoga Peerless Pool, special trips to Fun Park in Queensbury, Lake George (Minne-Ha Ha Cruise), movies computers full gym program, crafts hiking and more. Tuition fee weekly rate $90 with the early bird discount $70 per week if registered before June 1. The camp site is the Troy CYO Center, 237 4th Street, Troy. For further information call Troy CYO at 518-274-2630 or email [email protected]
COHOES SUMMER ARTS EDUCATION: The Cohoes City School District and City of Cohoes, in partnership with the Music Hall Arts Alliance, Park Playhouse and Peak Music, have announced that a 3-week performing arts education pilot program will be launched in the summer of 2018. The program will run July 9 – 27, culminating in a showcase presentation at the Cohoes Music Hall. In order to make this program accessible to any student, tuition will be free of charge thanks to the generous support in part of Prime Companies, Pioneer Bank and the Cohoes LDC. Teaching artists from Park Playhouse and staff from the Cohoes City School District will provide instruction geared to students in fourth through eighth grades. The pilot program will serve 75 students. Registration forms for the Summer Arts Education Program will be available in the main offices of Cohoes elementary schools and the middle school beginning April 23.
WILD TAILS OF ALBANY: Wild Tails of Albany Animals is a first of its kind guided walking tour that leads your family on a safari through downtown Albany. You will uncover many creatures in the form of carvings and statues hidden in plain sight as your guide regales you with historic tails of Albany’s furry and feathered friends, big and small, including Owney the Railway Mail Dog and our beloved Nipper. Tours take place on the second Saturday of the month from May through October, starting at 11 a.m. at the Albany Visitors Center, 25 Quackenbush Square. Adults $3, children free.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DANCE: The National Museum of Dance. 99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, is now open for summer hours Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free on Tuesdays. Exhibitions for 2018 season include “Gender Neutral,” opening on April 19; “Art in the Foyer – Tom Caravaglia in Celebration of Alwin Nikolais,” opening on May 11; “Dancers After Dark – Photographs by Jordan Matter,” opening June 30; and tributes to this year’s Hall of Fame inductees, Lucinda Childs and Alfredo Corvino, opening on August 12. Currently on view are the Museum’s five permanent exhibitions in addition to “Art in the Foyer – Design for Dance: The Malcolm McCormick Collection,” “National Museum of Dance: Celebrating 30 Years,” and tributes to 2017 Hall of Fame inductees Marylou Whitney and Lewis A. Swyer. For more information about the National Museum of Dance and School of the Arts please visit www.dancemuseum.org or call 518-584-2225 ext. 3001.
LUMBERYARD PERFORMING ARTS: Lumberyard Contemporary Performing Arts will present its inaugural Summer Season, which will take place from June 28 – September 1 in the Hudson Valley. The season will offer audiences a sneak peek at new works by a wide range of celebrated artists, including Urban Bush Women (June 28-July 1), Streb (July 6-8), Bridgman|Packer Dance (July 13-14), d. Sabela Grimes (July 27-29), Jodi Melnick (August 3-5), John Jasperse (August 17-19), Ishmael Houston-Jones and Miguel Gutierrez (August 24-26), and Savion Glover featuring Marcus Gilmore (September 1). The performances will take place at some of the Hudson Valley’s most beautiful performance venues in Catskill and Hudson throughout the summer. For more information visit www.lumberyard.org.
LANSINGBURGH HIGH CLASS OF 1968: The Lansingburgh High School Class of 1968’s 50-Year Reunion takes place on September 29 from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at Forty-One Sports Bar & Grille, 41 112th Street, Troy. $20 per person (soda, coffee, tea included in price). RSVP by August 29. More details to follow; contact Lydia Eaton Plante (message – Facebook) and visit “Burgh – Class of 68 Reunion” on Facebook.
HUDSON HALL CHILDRENS’ WORKSHOPS: Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House (327 Warren Street, Hudson) welcomes a different kind of Indian summer this year with new children’s workshops that incorporate the rich traditions of South Asian culture. Learn how to play the traditional music of India with Eric Fraser’s RagaTala Tigers, or become a junior yogi and discover the power of mindfulness with Animal Yoga & Storybook Art Making with local artist Alison Fox. Returning for its third year is summer family favorite Chess for Kids, a three day intensive with chess pros Chris Chanin and Alec Butterfield. For more information or to register your child, visit hudsonhall.org or call 518-822-1438. All children’s workshops at Hudson Hall are free. For more information visit hudsonhall.org.
USS SLATER: USS SLATER is open to the public for the ship’s 21st season in Albany. A National Historic Landmark, USS SLATER is the only remaining World War II Destroyer Escort afloat in America. USS SLATER has become one of the best restored, most historically accurate World War II ships in the world. USS SLATER is owned and operated by Destroyer Escort Historical Museum, a private, non-profit organization that receives no regular Federal, State, or local government financial support. USS SLATER is located on the Hudson River in Downtown Albany just south of the Dunn Memorial Bridge. Public hours will be Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through November. Admission is $9 for adults and $7 for children. Call 518-431-1943 for more information or visit www.ussslater.org.
ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ART EXHIBIT: In “Upon the Ground, Below the Water,” artists Richard Barlow, Daesha Devón Harris, Matt Frieburghaus, Tanya Marcuse, Kingsley Parker and Claire Sherwood observe features of landscape marked by human endeavor. The exhibit runs from March 24 – September 3 at the Albany International Airport Gallery, open daily from 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.
KEVENY MEMORIAL CLASS OF ‘68: The Keveny Memorial Academy Class of 1968 is planning its 50 Year Class Reunion for Saturday evening, September 22, at the Van Schaick Country Club, Cohoes. The event will start at 5 p.m. with Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres, followed by a buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m.. A “Meet & Greet” informal gathering is also planned for the Cohoes Knights of Columbus the night before on Friday, September 21, starting at 7 p.m. A Facebook page – Keveny Academy Class of ‘68 — has been created for providing additional information. The planning committee is in the process of gathering contact information so that invitations can be sent. If you would like to participate in future planning meetings, or would like to share any ideas or suggestions, please comment on the Facebook page or send an email to [email protected]
ARTS CENTER OF THE CAPITAL REGION: The Arts Center of the Capital Region announces its Annual Call for Entries. Submissions will be considered for opportunities including solo exhibitions, small and large group exhibitions, installation possibilities, and more. All mediums welcome. Apply at https://artscenterofthecapitalregion.submittable.com/submit. For questions please email [email protected] No phone calls please.
SBA DISASTER RELIEF: New York businesses and residents affected by the multi-alarm fire in the city of Cohoes on
Nov. 30 2017, can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The SBA disaster declaration covers Albany County and the adjacent counties of Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady and Schoharie. The deadline to return economic injury applications is October 4. Businesses and individuals may obtain information and loan applications by calling the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 (1-800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard-of-hearing), or by emailing [email protected] Loan applications can also be downloaded at www.sba.gov/disaster.
DANCE THROUGH PARKINSON’S: The National Museum of Dance announces the inception of Dance Through Parkinson’s, an innovative weekly class for people living with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners. This class, taught by Board-Certified Dance Movement Therapist Rachelle Smith-Stallman, explores movement through different types of rhythmic music in ways that are joyful, safe, and stimulating. Dance Through Parkinson’s has been proven to enhance strength, balance, flexibility, awareness, and confidence in its participants. Beginning on January 11, classes will be held on Thursdays from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Swyer Studios located directly behind the National Museum of Dance, 99 S. Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Classes are free of charge and no experience is necessary for participation. For more information please contact the Museum at 518-584-2225 ext. 3001.
FREE ENGLISH CLASSES: Do you want to improve your English? Are you new to the United States? Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County has free English Literacy Civics classes where you can improve your English language skills while learning about life in the United States. Each class meets two times per week. Classes for beginning learners meet in Albany. Classes for intermediate learners meet in Troy. For more information, contact Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County at 518-244-4650 or visit www.lvorc.org.
UMPIRE CANDIDATES WANTED: Schenectady Baseball Umpires Organization (Schenectady-based) and Eastern New York Umpires Association (Clifton Park-based) are seeking candidates to umpire for the 2018 High School, Summer, and Fall Baseball Seasons. Candidates will be trained in classroom and on field. The organization services High Schools at all levels, Little League, Travel Baseball, ages 8-22, Collegiate and Semi-Pro Leagues. For more information contact [email protected] or 518-221-9499.
CANADIAN ROCKIES TRIP: La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY is sponsoring a trip to The Canadian Rockies and Glacier National Park from August 25 to September 2, 2018. Rates includes round trip airfare from Albany, 8 nights hotel and 11 meals. Exciting highlights include unforgettable Icefields Parkway and Glacier National Park. Ride aboard an open air Jammer touring car, visit “Head-Smashed-in Buffalo Jump”, choose your dinner location from one of Banff’s great restaurants. Enjoy a true western BBQ with live entertainment at a dude ranch and more! For details call Lisa at Plaza Travel, (518) 785-3338 or email [email protected]
ERIE CANAL EXHIBIT: “Enterprising Waters: New York’s Erie Canal” will be on display through October 20, 2019. The exhibition honors the bicentennial anniversary of the Erie Canal’s construction and features artifacts, images, posters, and documents from the collections of the State Museum, State Archives, State Library, and cultural institutions from across the state. The first phase of the exhibition explores the circumstances leading up to building the canal, the construction, and the famous “wedding of the waters” that marked the opening of the completed canal in 1825. Located at 222 Madison Avenue in Albany, the Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. Further information about programs and events can be obtained by calling 518-474-5877 or visiting the Museum website at www.nysm.nysed.gov.
CHENEY LIBRARY MEMOIR GROUP: What’s your story? Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls invites you to join its Memoir Group, which meets the second Thursday of each month from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.
SECOND CHANCE THRIFT SHOP: Come visit the American Italian Heritage Association’s thrift shop offering clothing and accessories for men, women, and children, household items, books, toys, linens, small appliances, and jewelry, all at reasonable process. The Second Chance Thrift Shop features a boutique room for upscale and designer clothing for women. The Shop is located at 1229 Central Avenue, Albany, parking off of Frederick Avenue. Hours are: Saturday 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Tuesday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. All proceeds benefit the American Italian Heritage Association and Museum, a non-profit organization.
GRAFTON MERRYMAKERS: The Grafton Merrymakers meet on the second Wednesday of each month from March through November at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton. If you are interested joining the Merrymakers please come to a meeting, or call the senior center Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at 518-279-3413.
WATERVLIET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The church services for the Watervliet United Methodist church will be held at Hudson Shores Plaza, 1545 Broadway in Watervliet every Sunday from February 11 forward at 11 a.m. The Food Pantry at the Watervliet United Methodist Church, 1401 First Avenue in Watervliet, will close after Thursday, February 8.
TROY CENTER: Everyone is welcome to sing along with entertainer Bob Marcello as he performs the greatest songs of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s at Troy Center. All families and friends are welcome to this free monthly engagement. Bob will perform the first Thursday of every month from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Troy Center is located at 49 Marvin Avenue in Troy. Please contact Billejo Sass at 518-273-6646 or by email at [email protected] for more information.
MINDFUL PRACTICES GROUP: Includes walking meditation and sitting meditation in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome; meditation instruction available. Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., RPI’s Newman Center Hospitality House–4 Sherry Road, Troy, about 30 yards south of the RPI Chapel Center (near the intersection of Burdett and Peoples Avenues). Call 518-271-6949 or 518-273-1851 for more information.
MEN’S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: NY Capital Region Men to Men Cancer Support Group meets the third Wednesday of every month (except August) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the American Cancer Society Hope Club, 1 Penny Lane, Latham. Come-share experiences and receive understanding and encouragement from men and their loved ones in dealing with cancer. For more information, please contact the ACS Hope Club at 518-220-6960.
FREE SPIRIT FELLOWSHIP: Free Spirit Fellowship of Watervliet is now holding services Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. in the United Methodist Church. The church is located at 1401 1st Avenue. For further info, please call 961-3464.
FREE HOME BIBLE STUDY: A great way to study through the Bible at your convenience. Exciting and informative study that could change your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellowship. For more information call 885-3149.
HOME DELIVERED MEALS: Are you a Rensselaer County homebound senior over 60 and unable to shop and cook for yourself? Rensselaer County Department of the Aging may be able to help you with a nutritious hot meal delivered to your home Monday through Friday. For more information call 270-2730 or your local Senior Center.
TROY MAKERS MARKET: Join the Makers Market every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Troy Atrium, a market composed of artisans from across the region selling unique handmade goods. Come see what they have to offer while exploring downtown Troy and all of its restaurants and retailers. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/TroyMakersMarket/.
BRUNSWICK ELKS BINGO: Brunswick Elks Lodge has Bingo every Wednesday. Doors and Kitchen open at 6 p.m., and games start at 7 pm. $1,000 in prizes. Early bird 50/50 game and half time 50/50 game. Proceeds benefit local charity programs. 665 Brunswick Road, Troy, on Rt. 2 in Eagle Mills.
TRANSPORTATION TO SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, offers transportation to the center every other Monday, and every Wednesday and Friday for a suggested donation of $1. We will pick up in Cropseyville, Grafton, Petersburg, Berlin and Stephentown. Come join the fun and a nutritious lunch, (suggested donation of $3) Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Programs offered at the center include but are not limited to; Wii games, cards, dominoes, informational presentations, crafts, scrapbooking classes, yoga and many special events. All programs are free and include materials, bring a friend or come make new ones we look forward to seeing you. For more information or to reserve a van ride, call Penny at 279-3413.
TROY SENIOR CENTER BOWLING LEAGUE: The Troy Senior Center has a bowling league that meets every Monday at 12:30 p.m. at the Uncle Sam Lanes, 600 Fulton Street in Troy. Bowling is an enjoyable and affordable exercise. All beginners are welcome. Call the Center at 270-5348 for more information.
TROY SENIOR CENTER SWIM PROGRAM: The Troy Senior Center has a swimming program that meets every Wednesday beginning at 9 a.m. with volunteer swimming coordinator Joyce Forner. Swimming is a great exercise with many health benefits and it’s so much fun! Join us at the Lansingburg Boys & Girls Club; it’s a great time to socialize, swim and enjoy the heated pool. Call the Center at 270-5348 for more information.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH: The Rev. Kathy Alonge-Coons will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Sundays at Grace Church at 34 Broad Street, Waterford. Deacon Denise Moore will assist. An Adult Christian Education program begins at 8:30 a.m. The 9:30 a.m. service includes a children’s sermon. The King’s Kids Nursery and Sunday School begin after the children’s sermon. A coffee hour follows each service. For more information, call the Episcopal parish at 237-7370 or visit gracewaterford.org.
THRIFT SHOP: The Thrift Shop of Christ United Methodist Church, just off Rte. 67 in Johnsonville, is open each Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon and the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon. Most clothing items are $2 per bag.
TAI CHI CLASSES: St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church, 470 Winter Street Extension, North Greenbush, offers two classes each week in the ancient Chinese practices of tai chi and qigong. The classes are on Tuesdays, 7 to 8 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3 to 4 p.m. The classes are identical; students can choose whichever day suits their schedule. Certified instructor Pam Martin of Wynantskill has been teaching for over seven years.Newcomers are welcome anytime. Please wear flat shoes or sneakers (no sandals) and loose-fitting clothing. Call 701-4628 for more information.
STUDENT-RUN THRIFT STORE: Berkshire Union Free school district launches Academy Clothing, a student-run thrift shop this month in Hudson, in partnership with the districts of Cairo-Durham, Taconic Hills, New Lebanon, and Rensselaer. Berkshire’s team of Work-Based Learning staff came up with the idea to open a thrift shop at 203 Warren St. in Hudson, near Berkshire’s sister school, Warren St. Academy. To donate items to the store or inquire about store hours, please contact Maria DeNovio at [email protected] or Jaclynn Wild at [email protected]
COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Cohoes Public Library, in conjunction with the Cohoes Senior Center, invites seniors to take the van to the library on the first and third Wednesday of the month. They can peruse the books, use the computer, participate in the knitting/crocheting group, join a special book club (the 3rd Wednesday of the month) and participate in other specially designed programs. There will be help in signing up for library cards and in use of the computers. Additional info on the website and Facebook.
ZENTANGLE: De-stress at Cheney Library on Monday afternoons at 5 p.m. with Coloring and Zentangle. Zentangle is a creative art form where all you need is paper, pencil and pen. Drawings can be turned into art designs. Your stress will also be reduced with Zentangle and your focus improved. Zentangle can be done by almost any age … children, teens and adults. Cheney Library supplies the sturdy paper and the Micron pens; you supply the imagination. Cheney Library, Hoosick Falls.
CHENEY LIBRARY SEEKS USED BOOKS: Cheney Library wants your gently used books for its book sale room. Please consider giving the library books that you have read and probably won’t read again. They’ll be put to use in the library or sold at the First Saturday Book Sale. Just bring them to the 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 really appreciates your generosity.
RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help: drop-in computer and device assistance every Tuesday from 1 to 3 p.m. from an expert from Cornell Cooperative Ext. Bring in your device for help with a specific problem, or just come in to receive common-sense instruction in using computers. Teen Time: every Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m., teens can stop in and socialize with each other, playing video games, making crafts and just talking. 676 East Street, Rensselaer.
TROY SENIOR CENTER: Come to the Troy Senior Center weekly for aerobics, knitting & crocheting, Bingo, swimming, bowling, line dancing, Bible study, reminiscing groups, exercise, osteo aerobics, crafts, card games, billiards, entertainment, and much, much more. Meet old friends; make new friends, New members welcome. Call 270-5348 for more information. 17 Third Street, Troy.
THRIFT SHOP: The Basement on First Street, a thrift shop located at St. John’s Episcopal Church on First Street in Troy is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 till noon, with plenty of warm clothing and lots of other interesting items. The church also offers free bread and coffee to all who come in on Saturdays. Come in from the cold, have a cup of coffee and bagel and then come into the thrift shop for some great deals.
ADULT COLORING: Make your Monday evenings awesome 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 you were a kid. We have a number of adult coloring books and pencils, so that you can sit in a warm environment and enjoy yourself.
SPEIGLE ELDERS: With the exception of holiday and weather scheduling, the Speigle Elders meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at the Faith Lutheran Church on Route 40 with speakers and special events scheduled on a monthly basis. At a recent planning session, a tentative calendar discussed for the upcoming year includes an in-house Italian luncheon, an Ice Cream Social, lunch at the Red Lion Inn with a visit to Norman Rockwell Museum as well as luncheons at area restaurants. Please contact Lois Kewley if you are willing to host one of these many events.
SPEIGLE ELDERS BOWLING LEAGUE: The Speigle Elders sponsor a non-sectioned bowling league at the Alpha Lanes in Lansingburgh at noon on Mondays with practice bowling on Fridays. All teams are seeking new and substitute bowlers. Anyone interested may join the league any Monday at the bowling lanes.
COMPUTER HELP: Every Tuesday from 1 to 3 p.m. the Rensselaer Library, 676 East Street, offers drop-in computer and device assistance from an expert from Cornell Cooperative Extension. Bring in your device for help with a specific problem, or just come in to receive common-sense instruction in using computers. PUBLIC ASTRONOMY PROGRAM: On the third Saturday of every month, the Albany Visitors Center will be holding two public astronomy programs at the Henry Hudson Planetarium. The children’s program will start at 11 a.m. and is an interactive program exploring the stars, planets, comets and constellations in the night sky. Geared for children ages 3-7 and their families. The 1 p.m. Star Sighting Show is also an interactive program that identifies the stars, planets, comets and constellations, but presents tools and techniques for becoming an amateur astronomer. Geared for skywatchers ages 8 and above. 2016 Dates for public planetarium programs: October 15, November 19, December 17. All tickets are $3. 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany.
TRANSPORTATION TO SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, offers transportation to the center every other Monday, and every Wednesday and Friday for a suggested donation of $1. They will pick up in Cropseyville, Grafton, Petersburg, Berlin and Stephentown. Come join the fun and a nutritious lunch Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Programs offered at the center include but not limited to; Wii games, cards, dominoes, informational presentations, crafts, scrapbooking classes, yoga and many special events. All programs are free and include materials; bring a friend or come make new ones. For more information or to reserve a van ride call Penny at 279-3413.
CHAIR YOGA: Yoga is a stress reliever. It improves balance, flexibility and strength. When combined with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear loose clothing and let’s stretch and relax. Classes are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton. You may join at any time. It’s a mind and body rejuvenation, yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If you have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch after exercise, please contact the center at 279-3413. THE BOOK SELLER: The Book Seller, sponsored by the Friends of the Troy Public Library, is located at the Lansingburgh Branch at 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 gently used books at bargain prices. Most of the hard cover books are fifty cents. Soft cover books are twenty five cents. The Book Seller also has a collection of videos, audio cassettes, and records, as well as a selection of Friends’ signature products including tee-shirts, tote bags, mugs, and note cards.
PITTSTOWN SENIORS: The town of Pittstown Seniors hold their monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of the month starting with a covered dish luncheon at noon. T.O.P.S meetings are held at the Raymertown Fire House on Mason Lane. All seniors 55 or over are invited to attend.
WATERVLIET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The church operates the Fabulous Finds Thrift Store, which is open every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fabulous Finds accepts clean, unsoiled clothing. The church is located at 1401 First Avenue, Watervliet. For more information, please call 273-0191, Ext. 4.
CAPITAL VIEW TOASTMASTERS CLUB: It is more than just public speaking, Learn a variety of communication and leadership skills. Capital View Toastmasters Club meets the first and third Wednesday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. at the East Greenbush Library. Contact capitalview.toastmastersclubs.org.
BINGO: Bingo is back at Manchester Eagles, Route 11/30, Manchester Center, Vt., second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Doors open at 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 the Capital Region is initiating the Capital Region Immigration Oral History Project, which will collect and preserve the first-hand interviews of Capital Region immigrants. If you would like to share your immigrant experience, contact the International Center at 708-7608 or [email protected]
YEAR-ROUND RECYCLING: Zion’s United Church of Christ of Taborton receives the following items for recycling in the Blue Box next to the front door of the Church Hall: clothing, belts, blankets, drapery, hats, hand bags, paired shoes, sheets, sneakers, towels and stuffed animals. In the Greenfiber green recycling container, in the church parking lot, the church receives newspapers, phone books, office paper, cardboard, cereal boxes, magazines, brown paper bags and construction paper. Donate all used items to Doors of Hope in West Sand Lake. Donate used furniture to the furniture program of Troy Area United Ministries. Call TAUM at 274-5920, ext. 204, Tiara Burnett, to arrange for a pick up.
FOOD PANTRY: Faith’s Pantry at Grace Church, 34 Third St. is open by appointment. The emergency food pantry is open from 10 a.m. to noon each Friday. The pantry is also open 7 to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each month. To make an appointment, call 237-7370.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Saratoga County Office for the Aging needs volunteers to help deliver meals to home-bound seniors throughout Saratoga County. Delivery takes about an hour. Training/orientation provided. Call Billie Jo or Carmella at the Office for the Aging at 363-4020 or 363-4033 for details.
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