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Sunday, Feb. 26

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: Black History Month use 11 a.m. African Attire. 2165 Fifth Avenue, Troy.

COLUMBIETTES: The Capital District Chapter Columbiettes assembly has been rescheduled from Feb 12 to Feb 26 during 12:30 p.m. during a Albany Knights of Columbus Council, 375 Ontario Street, Albany. Capital District Chapter President Linda Cotch will preside.

CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING BOOK DISCUSSION: Sunday, Feb 26 during 6 p.m., hosted by Albany-Saratoga Spiritual Adventures during Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs. All are acquire possibly or not they’ve review this month’s book, “In Tune With The Infinite” by Ralph Waldo Trine. For some-more information, revisit www.newthoughtnewyork.org or call 366-9918.

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: Escape a frenzy of a 21st century! Experience a beauty of 18th century dancing, relocating solemnly and gracefully in sync with pleasing exemplary music. If you’ve seen a Jane Austen film, you’ve had a glance of this superb dance form that appears in many of her novels, including “Pride and Prejudice”. Dances taught and called by veteran callers. Enjoy live song by a Heartsease band. Beginners welcome, no partners needed. Please wear clean, flat, soft-soled shoes. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Christ Church United Methodist, 35 State St., Troy. More info: danceflurry.org/recd.

MID-WINTER SUMMER BLOWOUT: Join a Schenectady JCC this weekend for a Sunday fun day as we prepared a sails for Summer 2017. Food, buoyant bounce, swimming, humanities crafts, stay early childhood open houses, and more. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,2565 Balltown Road, Niskayuna. Free to a open – everybody is welcome. For questions greatfully call a Schenectady JCC during 377-8803.

THACHER NATURE CENTER: Snowshoe Walk, 10 a.m. Shake off a cabin heat with a snowshoe travel in a winter wonderland of Thacher Park. Snowshoes are permitted to rent. Call 872-0800 to register and haven snowshoes.

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: Festival Service of Holy Closure, 9 a.m. Trinity Lutheran Church, West Sand Lake. Bishop John Macholz or a Upstate New York Synod will preach. A accepting will follow with light refreshments. Please feel giveaway to pierce a image of goodies to supplement to a bounty. All are welcome.

WORD PLAYS: “I’m Still Here,” 2 p.m., Fenimore Gallery during Proctor’s, 432 State Street, Schenectady. Come suffer folk tales, historical, personal and literary stories about people who were persistent, who didn’t need assistance and usually wouldn’t go away. Storytellers: Siri Allison, Fran Berger, Janet Carter, Marni Gillard, Eileen Egan Mack, Eliud Nieves. A special eventuality compared with a Capital Rep prolongation of “Assisted Loving – Dating with My Dad.” $12, Groups of 8 or some-more compensate usually $8 per ticket. For some-more information email kate@katedudding.com, call 383-4620 or revisit StoryCircleAtProctors.org.

Monday, Feb. 27

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 1:30 p.m., DayWriters. Spend an hour essay with a final half hour for discretionary pity and feedback. Open to anyone meddlesome in writing; all genres and abilities are welcome. 7 p.m., Hamilton Trivia Night. If you’re a fan of a Broadway uncover and soundtrack and a book they’re formed on, afterwards we won’t wish to skip this trivia journey for adults. Sign adult alone or as a team. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. For some-more information, call 439-9314 or revisit bethlehempubliclibrary.org.

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: The 2017 Williams College French Film Festival will take place over 3 uninterrupted Mondays during 7 p.m. on Feb 13, 20, and 27, during Images Cinema, 50 Spring Street in Williamstown. This year’s theme, “School Stories: Diversity and Adversity in New French Film,” examines a hurdles confronting students and teachers both in and over a classroom. All films are in French with English subtitles. Monday, Feb 27, during 7 p.m.: Abd Al Malik’s Qu’Allah bénisse la France! (May Allah Bless France!) (2015) is a loyal story of a French teen rising out of a impecunious suburbs by love, education, and rap. The screenings are giveaway and open to a public.

HARVEST CONNECTION PROJECT: Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Rensselaer County was recently awarded appropriation for a Harvest Connection Project by a USDA Farmers Market Promotion Program. Farmers and producers are invited to attend an course eventuality that will yield an in-depth design of a Harvest Connection Project. 6 p.m., CCE of Rensselaer County – 61 State St., Troy. To register, greatfully hit Sarah McFadden during sem285@cornell.edu or 272-4210. Please register by one week before to any eventuality or hit Sarah for an particular eventuality if these dates and/or times do not work for you.

NEW FRONTIERS FOR AGING BRAINS: The Woman’s Club of Albany (WCA) will reason a module on Monday, Feb 27, patrician “New Frontiers for Aging Brains,” featuring guest orator Anne Messner Ph. D., highbrow of Biomedical Sciences during SUNY-Albany. This module is partial of a WCA’s Member Monday array and is open to a public. The dusk starts with a meet-and-greet during 5:30 p.m. and pot fitness repast during 6 p.m.; a module will start during 6:45 p.m. For reservations and additional information, greatfully hit The Woman’s Club during 465-3626, email womansclub@hotmail.com or revisit www.womansclubofalbany.com. The Woman’s Club of Albany is located during 725 Madison Avenue, during a intersection of South Lake Avenue, nearby ancestral Washington Park.

SHRINERS: The Troy Area Shrine Club will accommodate on Monday, Feb 27, with a amicable hour during 6:15 p.m. and a 7 p.m. cooking prepared and served by Dorothy Allen and Friends, followed by a business meeting. Oriental Shrine Center, 75 Water Plant Road. For reservations call Paul Kahian during 364-1037 or go to masonsonline.

WATERVLIET PUBLIC LIBRARY: Local History Talk: “Harriet Tubman’s Watervliet Rescue” by Rosemary Nichols. Monday, Feb 27 during 6:30 p.m. One of Harriet Tubman’s many thespian rescues concerned Charles Nalle, a male who transient a Maryland tenure of his hermit and was tricked by a Sand Lake lawyer. The many dangerous partial of a rescue took place in what was afterwards West Troy, now Watervliet. Watervliet Public Library, 1501 Broadway Watervliet.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

BERLIN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT: Feb unchanging residence meeting, 7:15 p.m., Berlin Middle School/High School.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Celebrate Mardi Gras as we play games, suffer a yield and make a craft, 4 p.m. For kids and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. For some-more information, call 439-9314 or revisit bethlehempubliclibrary.org.

CHENEY LIBRARY: Preschool Story-time will start on Feb 28 during 10 a.m. with “All About You” in a Children’s room of Cheney Library. This Spring eventuality will embody stories, songs, crafts, and snacks on a thesis of “Build a Better World,” a New York State thesis for a summer. The open eventuality continues on Tuesday mornings by Apr 28 during a Cheney Library, 73 Classic Street, Hoosick Falls.

EAST SIDE SENIORS: East Side Seniors’ subsequent meeting, will be on Feb 28 during a American Legion Post, Main St., Wynantskill, N.Y. All meetings start during 1 p.m. sharp, unless announced differently, commencement with a oath to a flag, followed by a impulse of silence. A orator from a Rensselaer Office of a Aging will yield information on programs,benefits, and other things permitted to seniors in a county. TEAM 3 will yield lunch and hospitality. Come and join us for a pleasant afternoon.

HARVEST CONNECTION PROJECT: Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Rensselaer County was recently awarded appropriation for a Harvest Connection Project by a USDA Farmers Market Promotion Program. Farmers and producers are invited to attend an course eventuality that will yield an in-depth design of a Harvest Connection Project. 6 p.m., Bethlehem Public Library Board Room – 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. To register, greatfully hit Sarah McFadden during sem285@cornell.edu or 272-4210. Please register by one week before to any eventuality or hit Sarah for an particular eventuality if these dates and/or times do not work for you.

MONTHLY BREAKFAST: Monthly breakfast smorgasboard with omelet station. 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. $8 Adults, $4 Children, Under 4 are free. Cohoes-Waterford Elks, 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

PANCAKE SAUSAGE SUPPER: Traditional Shrove Tuesday Pancake Sausage Supper, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Menu: pancakes, sausage, applesauce, coffee, tea and milk. Adults $5, children 5-12 $3, underneath 5 free. Trinity Episcopal Church Hall Lansingburgh, 585 4th Avenue, Troy. For reservations call 237-7831.

PANCAKE SUPPER: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church , 510 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, will reason a Pancake Supper on Tuesday, Feb 28, from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Pancakes, sausage. applesauce, orange juice, coffee, tea, divert will be served. Adults $5, children 5-12 $3, underneath 5 – free. A apportionment of a deduction will go to a United State Committee for Refugees and Immigrants located during 991 Broadway in Albany. Contact 458-1562 for some-more information.

POESTENKILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Rensselaer County Historian Kathy Sheehan presents “50 Years Later,” a module she has been operative on for past summer and fall. Following Bernd Foster’s book, “Architecture Worth Saving in Rensselaer County,” Kathy went around to a several properties mentioned and graphic in a book and took photos of what those properties demeanour like in 2016. Her module is formed on these before-and-after pictures, including several photos of buildings in Poestenkill. Tuesday, Feb 28, during 7 p.m. in a downstairs assembly room of a Town Hall on Route 351. The module is giveaway and everybody is welcome. Refreshments will be provided.

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings are reason any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan jones Post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, followed by Bingo and cards. Come check us out. Postenkill Seniors have catered luncheons, pizza, clamsteams, fish frys and luncheons during several restaurants, and train trips to casinos and points of interest. Dues are $10 a year.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help. Every Tuesday from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. during a Rensselaer Public Library, dump in to ask a doubt about your computer, inscription or smartphone, or learn tips and tricks. No sign-up needed. 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.

SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER: Gilead Lutheran Church, routes 278 7 in a Town of Brunswick, will be hosting a giveaway all-you-can-eat pancake repast on Shrove Tuesday, Feb 28. The menu includes pancakes, sausage, applesauce, and cookies from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Beverages will be provided.

TROY SENIOR CENTER:Art for Vets accommodate any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Creative Expression by a Arts. Come see their art on display. Are we meddlesome in joining? Stop in on Tuesday during 19 Third Street, Troy.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: William Bialek, highbrow of prolongation during Princeton University, will broach a harangue during Williams College patrician “More Perfect Than We Imagined: A Physicist’s View of Life” that will “give a debate of …beautiful phenomenon, from small events inside a building bud to a possess notice and preference making.” His lecture, sponsored by a Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Program and a Williams College Department of Physics, will be reason during 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 28, in Wege Auditorium, Thompson Chemistry Building. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications during (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

WONDER WOMEN MENTORING BREAKFAST: Professional, executive-level consternation women from a segment will promote candid, solutions-based discussions about their experiences, struggles and triumphs. Registration and breakfast 7:30 p.m.; module starts 8 a.m. The Century House, Latham. Register during renscochamber.com/events.

Wednesday, Mar 1

ASH WEDNESDAY: St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, located during 600 State Street (corner of State and Lafayette Streets), Schenectady, announces a Ash Wednesday, Mar 1 schedule. Ashes will be sanctified and distributed during a 12:15 p.m. Mass. In addition, Ashes will be distributed during 7 p.m. as partial of a special Ecumenical Prayer Service with Emmanuel-Friedens and First United Methodist Churches. 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.

BLOOMING GROVE REFORMED CHURCH: Ash Wednesday will be celebrated during Blooming Grove Reformed Church with 3 times of worship. At 1 p.m. there will be ceremony for a collected village with minimal music. Pastor James Hart Brumm will evangelise on 2 Corinthians 5:1-8, 20-6:10: “We’re called to be interloper ambassadors.” The refuge will be open for private devotions from 4:30 p.m. -6 p.m. People competence come in for request and guided meditation, possibly alone or with Pastor James. There will be a final time of ceremony for a collected village during 7 p.m., with song led by a choir. There will be deception of remains for anyone who wishes it during all ceremony times, and everybody is welcome. Blooming Grove Reformed Church worships in their barrier-free refuge behind a CDTA Park Ride off Route 4 in DeFreestville.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Kids’ Craft Hour, 3:30 p.m. 4118 NY State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibaray.org for some-more information.

CLIMATE CHANGE LECTURE: New York University philosopher and bioethicist S. Matthew Liao will benefaction a annual Weiss Lecture, “Tackling Climate Change by Human Engineering,” Wednesday, Mar 1, during 7 p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3 on a Williams College campus. In his harangue Liao will plead a “new kind of resolution to meridian change,” namely biomedical modifications to humans that competence capacitate them to adjust to a world’s changing climate. He will also cruise probable reliable concerns per tellurian engineering that are during play, and how to residence them. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications during (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

FISH DINNER: The Cohoes Knight of Columbus will have their fish cooking on Ash Wednesday, Mar 1, and any Friday during Lent during a legislature gymnasium located during 255 Remsen Street from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The menu includes Fish Fry Dinner, Shrimp hurl Dinner and Scallop Dinner with dual choices French Fries, Coleslaw or Mac and Cheese $8. Fish Fry, $5. Also available: Manhattan clam chowder $3; onion rings $3; French Fries $2.50.Take out or internal smoothness is permitted from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 237-4157 for some-more information.

LENTEN DINNERS: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will be portion fish grill or clam hurl dinners from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Ash Wednesday, Mar 1, and any Friday during Lent including Good Friday. Dinners embody French fries, cole slaw and beverage. Cost is $9.50. Also served are prohibited dog dinners, including French fries and libation for $4.50. Individual food equipment can be purchased separately. Dine in or take­-out. Call 286-2773 for reservations or take-outs. For some-more information, call Barbara during 279-9458.

PESTICIDE RECERTIFICATION DAY: Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Annual Capital Region Pesticide Recertification Day will be holding place during The Century House in Latham, New York on Mar 1. This eventuality is designed to support insecticide applicators in attaining DEC credits indispensable to keep their licenses adult to date. The following DEC credits have been practical for: CORE credits, credits in categories 3a, 10, 24, 25, 1a, 10, 21, 22, 23, 7a 8. Registration and check-in will start during 7:30 a.m. with classes commencement during 8:30 a.m. The fees are $100 per chairman to attend all day; Morning or Afternoon classes usually will be $85 per person. Lunch is enclosed in all fees. To register for Pesticide Recertification Day online: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/2017pesticiderecert_201. For calm questions, hit Lily Calderwood, lbc75@cornell.edu or 765-3513. To register and compensate by credit label or phone, hit Tove Ford, 765-3518.

TOWN OF PITTSTOWN SENIORS: TOPS will start a year with their initial assembly on Mar 1. Meetings are reason during a Raymertown Volunteer Fire Company, located on Mason Lane in Raymertown. The assembly starts with a lonesome plate during noon followed by a business meeting.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming 9 a.m., Aerobics 9:30 a.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Thursday, Mar 2

BETHELEHM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Trivia Night for Adults, 7 p.m. Have some fun and uncover off your believe as we pointer adult alone or as a organisation to review wits with others in a written-answer format. Prizes donated by a Friends. 451 Delware Avenue, Delmar. For some-more information, call 439-9314 or revisit bethlehempubliclibrary.org.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Knitting, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 NY State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

MASONS: The Apollo-King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #13 F.A.M. will accommodate on Thursday, Mar 2, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road to respect a past masters and use awardees. Dinner will be served preceeding a ceremonies. For reservations hit comparison supervisor Frank Burek or Masonsonlilne.

PETTICOATS OF STEEL: The New York State Archives Partnership Trust invites a open to attend a giveaway melodramatic prolongation about women’s suffrage, “Petticoats of Steel,” on Thursday, Mar 2 during 5:30 p.m. in a Huxley Theatre during a Cultural Education Center during 222 Madison Avenue in Albany. Seating is limited; registration is strongly encouraged. Register by job 474-1303 or online during http://conta.cc/2k6ccRF.

PRESIDENT’S FORUM ON DATA: SUNY Albany’s fourth annual President’s Forum on Data brings together inhabitant leaders and scholars in modernized information analytics (ADA) with SUNY Albany’s ADA network and partners. This year’s Forum will try a new model in cyber security, “security analytics” and how academia, business and supervision leaders are any responding to and advancing this rising and transformational discipline. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Campus Center Ballroom, University during Albany Uptown Campus, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany. Please register by Feb 22. More information during http://www.renscochamber.com/events/community-calendar/view/31318/date/2017-03-02.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help. Every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. during a Rensselaer Public Library, dump in to ask a doubt about your computer, inscription or smartphone, or learn tips and tricks. No sign-up needed. 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.

RUSTIC BARN: Acoustic Bluegrass Open Mic with Alan Epstein, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

TROY HOUSING AUTHORITY: There will be a Regular Meeting of a Members of Troy Housing Authority reason on Thursday, Mar 2, during 4:30 p.m. The assembly will be reason during a Kane Apartments, 5 115th Street, Troy. Persons with a discussion spoil competence hit us by a Relay Service Line during 711 or 1-800-662-1220.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 9 a.m. Tai Chi 9:15 a.m. Call 270-5438 to pointer adult for Tai Chi. Osteo Aerobics 10:30 a.m. Line Dancing with Uncle Sam Sparklers, 1 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: Professor Tania León of Brooklyn College and City University of New York lectures during a Williams College Department of Music on Thursday, Mar 2, during 4:15 p.m. in Bernhard Music Center Room 30 on a Williams College campus. Prof. León’s lecture, “Nostalgia del Futuro,” addresses absolute sounds that bleed sentimental memories – and looks during what sonic worlds distortion ahead. At 4:15 during a Wege Auditorium, Luana Maroja, associate highbrow of biology during Williams College, will give a fourth harangue in a 2017 Faculty Lecture Series, patrician “It Is Just Not Cricket — Adventures in during Species Boundaries.” A accepting will be reason in Schow Auditorium immediately following a talk. Both lectures are giveaway and open to a public. For building locations see www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

Friday, Mar 3

BERKSHIRE SYMPHONY: The Berkshire Symphony offers a unison patrician “Stars and Planets,” featuring star pianists Peter Serkin and Anna Polonsky personification a Bach Double Concerto in C Minor and Double Concerto in C Major. The module also includes Gustav Holst’s “The Planets” on Friday Mar 3, during 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall, Williams College. There is a Pre-Concert Talk with conductor Ronald Feldman; Friday Mar 3, during 7:15 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, Williams College. These events are giveaway and open to a public. For building locations on a Williams College campus see www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Spring into Service, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.Contribute to a community. Create spring-themed crafts for a neighbors during Good Samaritan Village Senior Community. For grades 6-12. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: Vegas Night, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Come try your fitness during Black Jack, Roulette, Dice Cage and more. 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

ELLEN SINOPOLI DANCE COMPANY: The Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company (ESDC) performs during a Opalka Gallery of The Sage Colleges during 140 New Scotland Avenue in Albany on Friday, Mar 3, during 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Mar 5, during 3 p.m. After 3 rarely successful site specific performances during a Opalka Gallery in a final 4 years, ESDC has been invited to emanate a new opening in propinquity to Austrian-born sculptor Caroline Ramersdorfer’s stream exhibit, “Gravity + Light: Caroline Ramersdorfer: Sculptures 1985-2016.” On Friday, Mar 3, Ms. Ramersdorfer will beam a walk-through of her muster during 5:30 p.m. Admission is giveaway to these dance performances and a gallery tour.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, binds a Membership Meeting on Friday, Mar 3, during 11 a.m. All members are acquire and speedy to attend. Be a partial of a decisions that impact your comparison center. Stay for a noon plate after a meeting: entrée, Mac Cheese w/Diced Tomatoes, suggested concession of $3. To make reservations for lunch, call a core during 279-3413.

FISH DINNER: The Cohoes Knight of Columbus will have their fish cooking on Ash Wednesday, Mar 1, and any Friday during Lent during a legislature gymnasium located during 255 Remsen Street from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The menu includes Fish Fry Dinner, Shrimp hurl Dinner and Scallop Dinner with dual choices French Fries, Coleslaw or Mac and Cheese $8. Fish Fry, $5. Also available: Manhattan clam chowder $3; onion rings $3; French Fries $2.50.Take out or internal smoothness is permitted from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 237-4157 for some-more information.

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinners during Lent, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Baked Fish cooking $11; Fish Fry or Clam Roll Dinner $9; Fish Fry or Clam Roll only, $7; Children’s menu (ages 5-10) any 2 equipment $4; underneath 5 free. 328 Troy Schenectady Road. Call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com for some-more information.

HOMELESS ACTION COMMITTEE: Homeless Action Committee’s 24th Annual Sleep-a-Thon fundraiser in Townsend Park, Albany, between 5P-12A. Join people who are homeless, inaugurated officials and village members for during slightest one hour in a park to lift income to residence homeless people and to assistance HAC’s Outreach Van and to contend No to Federal housing cuts. For oath sheets, or to donate, call HAC, 426-0554, or revisit www.homelessaction.com .

ILIUM LITERARY CLUB: The Ilium Literary Club of Troy will reason a monthly assembly during 2 p.m. on Friday, Mar 3, during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road, Troy. The guest orator this month is Michel Barrett, Executive Director of Hudson-Mohawk Industrial Gateway, who pronounce about a Silicon Valley of a 19th Century. Guests are acquire to attend.

I LOVE MY LIBRARY: Watervliet Public Library’s 13th annual we Love My Library Dinner takes place Friday, Mar 3, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. during a Watervliet Elks. $25 in advance, $30 during a door. Children 12 and underneath $12. Purchase tickets online during watervlietpubliclibrary.com or during a library.

LENTEN DINNERS: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will be portion fish grill or clam hurl dinners from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. any Friday during Lent including Good Friday. Dinners embody French fries, cole slaw and beverage. Cost is $9.50. Also served are prohibited dog dinners, including French fries and libation for $4.50. Individual food equipment can be purchased separately. Dine in or take­-out. Call 286-2773 for reservations or take-outs. For some-more information, call Barbara during 279-9458.

MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites we to knowledge a wonders of a star during a Milham Planetarium, located inside a Old Hopkins Observatory during Williams College. Astronomy students during a college will horde giveaway shows for a open on Friday evenings during 8 p.m. commencement Feb 3 and regulating by May 12, with a difference of Spring Break Mar 17, 24, and Mar 31. Audiences will be treated to shows from a high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector, commissioned in Apr 2005. Shows will final about 50 minutes. For reservations (required) hit Michele Rech during (413) 597-2188 or email during mcr4@williams.edu. Others will be approved as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.

RUSTIC BARN: The Schmooze, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

SUESSABRATION: Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s arriving birthday with crafts, games, stories, and more, 10 a.m., Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. For kids and families.

Saturday, Mar 4

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, Mar 4, from 8 a.m. – 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.

BASKETBALL BOUNCE: The Albany Capital Center (ACC), along with Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan, invites kids of all ages to attend in a “basketball bounce” from Albany City Hall during 24 Eagle Street to a new, Albany Capital Center during 55 Eagle Street, starting during 10 a.m. Parents can register their kids on-site during City Hall a morning of a event. The rebound is initial come, initial serve. After they make a trek to a ACC, kids will debate a new trickery and exam their skills in a basketball tainted sharpened foe in a celebration center’s categorical ballroom on a second floor. Each child who shoots and creates a basket will accept nominal tickets to a noon MAAC women’s basketball games during a Times Union Center. Bounce houses will be setup and Smile Lounge print booths will be permitted too for kids to enjoy.

BERKSHIRE SYMPHONY: The Berkshire Symphony Family Concert with conductor Ronald Feldman takes place on Saturday Mar 4, during 2 p.m. in Chapin Hall. The rope performs excerpts from “The Planets” by Holst and offers copiousness of family fun in and with a tyro village overdo effort, “Ephs Out Loud” in partnership with Kids 4 Harmony. This day of low-pitched fun offers activities commencement during 1 p.m. that embody a seminar with a Williams choirs, low-pitched games and activities, and art by internal facile propagandize students. The unison is giveaway and open to a public. Chapin Hall is located during 54 Chapin Hall Drive in Bernhard Music Center on a Williams College campus. See www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/

CORNED BEEF CABBAGE DINNER: Eagle Mills Christian Church, 1 Maple Avenue, Troy, 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The menu includes corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, rolls, soda bread, desserts and beverages. Adults $10, children underneath 10 $5. Call 279-1588 for some-more information.

CORNED BEEF/HAM DINNER: Saturday, Mar 4, Seatings during 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Trinity Parish Church. 1 St. Marie Lane, Cohoes. Adults $12. Children (6-12) $7, Children 5 and underneath Free. Reservations compulsory by Feb 28. Take-out permitted with reservations. Visit www.holytrinitycohoes.org or call 237-2373 for some-more information.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

IRISH NIGHT: St. Henry’s Church in Averil Park will be holding an Irish Night on Saturday, Mar 4, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. during a Poestenkill Fire House. The cost of usually $10 per chairman covers soda, snacks, doorway prizes and an dusk of Irish celebration featuring “Who’s Your Paddy”. Beer, booze and refreshments will also be permitted during reasonable prices. Due to State regulations, no outward alcoholic beverages can be brought into a event. Tickets can be purchased by job a bishopric rectory during 674-3818.

OPERA TO GO: “The Bremen Town Musicians,” an Opera Saratoga “Opera to Go” prolongation for children and a whole family. Saturday, Mar 4, during 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by, and at, The Schenectady Civic Playhouse, 12 S. Church St., Schenectady. Free. Open seating. No allege reservations. Call 382-2081 for some-more infromation.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Maple Sugar, 1 p.m. Learn how maple sugarine is made, hear stories and try a sample. For ages 4-10. 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.

RUSTIC BARN: Road To Galway (Traditional Celtic Music), 7 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

SHAKER HERITAGE SOCIETY: The Shaker Heritage Society will applaud Shaker founder, Mother Ann Lee’s birthday and a launch of a new book about a Shaker village on Saturday, Mar 4, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. during a site of a strange (1776) Shaker allotment in a United States. Ann C. Sayers’ “Their Name is Wicks: One Family’s Journey Through Shaker History” shines a light on a rise years of Shaker history, from a 1820s to a 1850s. The jubilee will take place during a Shaker Meeting House, 25 Meeting House Road, subsequent to Albany International Airport. The afternoon eventuality will underline tributes to “Mother Ann” as good as a reading by a author, followed by refreshments and a eventuality for autographs. For offer information hit a Shaker Heritage Society during 456-7890 or revisit shakerheritage.org.

SODA BREAD COMPETITION: The Irish American Heritage Museum binds a fifth annual Maureen Farrell McCarthy Amateur Irish Soda Bread Competition on Saturday, Mar 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in The Hogarty Family Exhibit Hall and The Trustco Bank Gallery during a Museum, 370 Broadway, Albany. The annual pledge foe to applaud Irish birthright and enlightenment in Mar around St. Patrick’s Day is a day highlighted with Irish music, an open tasting of entrants’ soda breads, and soak in Irish culture, culminating in Irish Theatre during 7 p.m. Professional chefs will decider a pledge entrants with awards being presented to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in any category. Parking on a streets around a Museum is giveaway on weekends; greatfully do not park in a private lots behind a Museum. Visit a Museum’s Website during www.irish-us.org for some-more finish information.

SPAC WINTER BALL: Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s Junior Committee is gratified to benefaction a renouned Winter Ball on Saturday, Mar 4 during 7 p.m. during a Hall of Springs, 108 Avenue of a Pines, Saratoga Springs. The thesis for this year’s fundraiser, “Passport to Morocco,” is desirous by a abounding enlightenment and mystique of Morocco, infrequently referred to as “the land of a environment sun.” Tickets to a eventuality are permitted online during spac.org Proceeds lifted during a eventuality support exemplary and educational programming during SPAC.

SPIRIT INVESTIGATION: Sharing their abilities for a purpose of inspiration, wisdom, preparation and healing, Certified Spirit Medium Karen Tatro and her associate investigators entice attendees to join them during Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, 104 Walker Street in Lenox MA on Saturday, Mar 4. Doors open during 6 p.m. with module starting during 7 p.m. and final around midnight. Tickets are $65 per person. Reservations are required. Reserve usually online during http://www.karentatro.com/march-4th-ventfort.html.

TEEN AUTHOR BOOK SIGNING: On Saturday Mar 4, a Waterford Library welcomes Teen Author Kayla Quick for a reading and book signing event. Kayla recently published her initial YA novel, “Jared’s Path”. Copies of a book will be permitted for sale during this event, that runs from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. during a library. Please hit Liz Liddington during 237-0891 for additional information.

Sunday, Mar 5

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Enjoy song by Bartók, Grieg and Brahms with cellist Will Hayes, accompanied by piano, 2 p.m. Sponsored by Friends of Bethlehem Public Library. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BREAKFAST BUFFET: The Waterford Knights of Columbus, 75 Grace Street, Waterford ( Northside), will horde a Breakfast Buffet from 8:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m. on Mar 5. The menu includes:Omelet Station, French Toast, Pan Cakes,Sausages, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Homefries, Toast, Pastry, Coffee, Tea Milk and Juice. Adults $8, Children $4( underneath age 12), Children underneath age 5 free. A giveaway sketch for a Sunday Buffet tickets will be drawn.For additional information, greatfully call 237-9330 to leave a message.

CHATHAM BOOKSTORE: Susan Stessin-Cohn and Ashley Hurlburt-Biagini review from and plead their new book, “In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery in New York’s Hudson River Valley, 1735-1831” during a Chatham Bookstore on Sunday, Mar 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. A review with Thomas Chulak from a bookstore and Q A follow a brief reading. Refreshments. Live during a Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main St., Chatham. Call 392-3005 or revisit https://chathambookstore.com/ for some-more information.

ELLEN SINOPOLI DANCE COMPANY: The Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company (ESDC) performs during a Opalka Gallery of The Sage Colleges during 140 New Scotland Avenue in Albany on Sunday, Mar 5, during 3 p.m. After 3 rarely successful site specific performances during a Opalka Gallery in a final 4 years, ESDC has been invited to emanate a new opening in propinquity to Austrian-born sculptor Caroline Ramersdorfer’s stream exhibit, “Gravity + Light: Caroline Ramersdorfer: Sculptures 1985-2016.” Admission is free.

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: An English Country Dance will be reason on Mar 5 during Channing Hall of a First Unitarian Universalist Church, 405 Washington Avenue, Albany. Dances will be called and taught by Val Medve. Live song will be by Mary Lea and Kate Barnes. The Dance will be reason 2 p.m. -5 p.m., with an rudimentary seminar during 1:30 p.m. All are welcome; no knowledge is necessary. No need to come with a partner. Admission is $12. The Dance is sponsored by Capital English Country Dancers, an associate of a Dance Flurry Organization (Information www.danceflurry.org/capital-english or 477-5684).

NEW YORK FOLKLORE SOCIETY:Farm and Field: The Rural Folk Arts of a Catskill Region,” a detailed investigate in black and white, will be on arrangement during a New York Folklore Society, 129 Jay Street, Schenectady commencement Mar 3. An spontaneous “opening reception” and curator’s pronounce will take place Sunday, Mar 5, between noon and 2 p.m. Benjamin Halpern, photographer, and curator of a exhibit, will plead a objectives of his photo-documentation and answer any questions. The open is invited to this giveaway program, and light refreshments will be served. Scheduling, and other information regarding to a “Farm and Field” vaunt are permitted on a NYFS website, www.nyfolklore.org.

PENNY SOCIAL: St. Michael’s Church, Page Ave. in Cohoes will be hosting their Annual Penny Social on Sunday, Mar 5. Doors open during 11:30 a.m. with games starting during 2 p.m. Admission is free. There will be food, desserts and beverages available. The church gymnasium is disabled accessible. Come and have a fun afternoon. For offer information, greatfully call Maria during 782-1203 or Michelle during 235-3292.

STEPHENTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Sam Huntington, Historic Site Assistant during Crailo State Historic Site in Rensselaer, will benefaction an illustrated module on a “Life and Legacy of New Netherlands” during a Stephentown Historical Society assembly on Sunday, Mar 5, during 2 p.m. The pronounce focuses on a duration between a find of a Hudson River in 1609 and a English takeover of a Dutch cluster in 1664, and a slow change of Dutch enlightenment in a Hudson Valley. The eventuality is during Stephentown Heritage Center, 5 Staples Road (corner of Garfield Road), Stephentown, New York. The module is giveaway and a building is disabled accessible. For directions, write 733-0010.

Monday, Mar 6

ALZHEIMER’S PROGRAM: For centuries, we have famous that a health of a mind and of a physique are connected. Science can now yield insights on how to optimize a earthy and cognitive health as we age. The Alzheimer Association is heading a approach to assistance people commend these insights and on Monday, Mar 6, during 6 p.m, during a Cohoes Public Library, they will yield an ominous module on these advances in nourishment and use for healthy aging. Registration is necessary, so call a Library during 235-2570 to register. More info during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 10 a.m. to noon. Intro to MS Word. Learn a basis of regulating Microsoft Word 2010 in this two-session module that concludes Mar 13. Sign adult online during bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 439-9314. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Open Sewing. The library’s sewing machines will be permitted for eccentric projects. Bring your possess supplies. Volunteers competence be permitted to support you. Sign adult for one or some-more two-hour sessions. 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Fun Games for Grownups. An adults-only celebration where we can play games, including chess, tone and socialize. Snacks served. 6:30 p.m., Teen Tech Week: Ear Buds Smart Gloves. Add some bling to your ear buds and spin your unchanging gloves into intelligent gloves that will work with your phone’s touchscreen. For category 6-12. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

MASONS: The Mount Zion Masonic Lodge #311 F.A.M. will accommodate on Monday, Mar 6, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Centger, 39 Brunswick Road. The thesis of a dusk is Brother Bring a Friend Night. Refreshments will be served following a meeting.

SENIOR SCIENCE DAY: The Dudley Observatory during miSci is committed to lifelong training and has combined programming privately designed for adults. Come try a museum on a still afternoon, afterwards join a Dudley Observatory for an sparkling arrangement on “NASA’s Great Observatories: Compton Gamma Ray Observatory,” presented by Outreach Astronomer, Dr. Valerie Rapson. 3 p.m., miSci – Museum of Innovation and Science, 15 Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. Senior Admission to miSci ($10.50 adult, $7.50 child age 3-12, $9 comparison 65+), Free for miSci members. Come early or stay after a doctrine to suffer a many exhibits miSci has to offer. The museum is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. You need not be a comparison citizen to attend.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Hairdresser Day; call 270-5348 to make an appointment. Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Bowling 12:30 p.m. during Uncle Sam Lanes. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Tuesday, Mar 7

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Try your palm during chess with a teen volunteers. All knowledge levels welcome, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. For kids in category K-5. Sign adult for one or all sessions.

CHENEY LIBRARY: Preschool Story-time, “Over in a Forest,” 10 a.m. in a Children’s room of Cheney Library. The open module on a theme, “Build a Better World,” continues on Tuesday mornings by Apr 28 during a Cheney Library, 73 Classic Street, Hoosick Falls.

HOT TOPICS IN HR: A row contention of informal Human Resource professionals providing solutions to a elaborating purpose of HR, techniques and government trends while creation a seamless transition to new state-wide policies for 2017. Attendees can come prepared with questions to ask a experts. 7:30 a.m., registration and breakfast; module 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., The Century House, Latham. Register during renscochamber.com/events.

NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY: Acclaimed author, poet, naturalist, and Pulitzer Prize finalist for her 2011 discourse “One Hundred Names for Love,” Diane Ackerman will review from her work. Her book, “The Zookeeper’s Wife” (2007) about a Warsaw zookeeper’s family who saved 300 Jews during a Holocaust, will be expelled as a film starring Jessica Chastain on Mar 31. 8 p.m., Cultural Education Center, Concourse Level, Clark Auditorium, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Registration is recommended. To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274. Please let us know if any reasonable accommodation is compulsory (Americans with Disabilities Act) during slightest 3 business days before to a module date.

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings are reason any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan jones Post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, followed by Bingo and cards. Come check us out. Postenkill Seniors have catered luncheons, pizza, clamsteams, fish frys and luncheons during several restaurants, and train trips to casinos and points of interest. Dues are $10 a year.

TROY SENIOR CENTER:Art for Vets accommodate any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Creative Expression by a Arts. Come see their art on display. Are we meddlesome in joining? Stop in on Tuesday during 19 Third Street, Troy.

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP: St. Peter’s Diabetes and Endocrine Care will offer an educational weight government workshop, “Supplements, Spices and Weight Loss: Do Any Really Work?,” Tuesday, Mar 7, 5 p.m. – 6 p.m., during 63 Shaker Rd., Suite 204, Albany. Lynn Sutton, purebred dietitian and approved diabetes teacher from Capital Region Diabetes and Endocrine Care, will try a efficiency and haven of herbs, supplements, and other products that explain to bleed weight loss. The seminar is giveaway of charge, and open to a public. Space is limited. Registration is compulsory by job 1-888-941-4009.

Wednesday, Mar 8

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Discuss “Eileen” by Ottessa Moshfegh, 7 p.m. Copies are permitted during a information desk. Large-print audio and downloadable copies competence be available. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BREAD SOUP LENTEN SUPPER: The Women of St Paul’s entice all meddlesome women, men, and children of St. Paul’s and a village during vast to join them between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., for a elementary plate of homemade breads and soups. Deacon Nancy Rosenblum, former deacon of both St. Paul’s Church in Troy and St. Paul’s Church in Albany, will lead a meditation. The module will finish between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Suppers are reason on Wednesdays from Mar 8 by Mar 29 during St. Paul’s Guild House located during 27 State Street, Troy. This module will be upheld by a giveaway will charity from several members of a community.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming 9 a.m., Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic with Sage nursing students. 19 Third Street, Troy.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: James Hansen, who leads a Program on Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions during Columbia University will pronounce during Williams College on Wednesday, Mar 8, in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, starting during 8 p.m. Hansen’s pronounce is one in a thematic array of lectures in a year of exploration patrician “Confronting Climate Change.” For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications during (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

WOMEN’S CLUB OF VALLEY FALLS: The Winter Picnic of a Woman’s Club of Valley Falls and Vicinity will be Wednesday, Mar 8 commencement during noon during a Masonic Hall in Schaghticoke. Members are asked to pierce a plate to pass, though not a dessert. The hostesses will be Mary Hurd, chair, Shirley Ratoon, Jan O’Rourke, Laura Reploeg, and Carole Reeve. Guests are welcome. Amy Halloran will benefaction a program: “Pancakes for a People.” She will plead her work in a food cupboard and village dishes module during Unity House in Troy, and make and offer some representation pancakes to illustrate a pronounce about her book,” The New Bread Basket: How a New Crop of Grain Growers, Plant Breeders, Miller, Maltsters, Bakers, Brewers, and Local food Activists are Redefining a Daily Loaf.”

Thursday, Mar 9

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL: “Script to Street: Opioids and a Law in a Capital District,” a 12th annual discussion presented by a Albany Government Law Review, will underline dual row discussions with internal judges, attorneys, doctors, and other experts during a frontline of a opioid epidemic. The initial row will try legal, behavioral, and medicinal alternatives to incarceration. The second row will concentration on liberation and diagnosis plans, from drug diagnosis courts to programs outward of a courtroom. The discussion is giveaway and open to a public. A accepting will follow.Four giveaway stability authorised preparation (CLE) credits in Professional Practice will be offered. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom (Room 421), Albany Law School, 80 New Scotland Avenue. For some-more information, hit Elizabeth Bearese during ebearese@albanylaw.edu or revisit www.albanylaw.edu/event/government-law-review-symposium/.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., How to Use Your New iPad. We’ll uncover we how to use that mint iPad. Bring your iPad, cables and your Apple ID and password. 3:45 p.m., Paws to Read. Bring a book and review to a peaceful dog who loves stories. For grades 1-5. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Knitting, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 NY State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

COLUMBIETTES: The Cohoes Columbietts will have their monthly assembly Thursday night, Mar 9, during 255 Remsen St. Cohoes, with a snack during 7 p.m. and a assembly during 8 p.m.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for a whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

MEGYN KELLY: Megyn Kelly, Albany Law School alumna and NBC News anchor, will be returning to campus for a signing of her book, “Settle for More,” on Thursday, Mar 9. The book signing is open to a public. It will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Albany Law School’s gymnasium during 80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help. Every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. during a Rensselaer Public Library, dump in to ask a doubt about your computer, inscription or smartphone, or learn tips and tricks. No sign-up needed. 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.

RUSTIC BARN: Open Mic with Danny Watson, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

TROY GROTTO: The Troy Grotto #13 will accommodate on Thursday, Mar 9, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. A cooking will be served before a assembly during 6:30 p.m. and skeleton will be set to attend a open assembly of a Empire State Grotto Assoication on Apr 21-23.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 9 a.m. Tai Chi 9:15 a.m. Call 270-5438 to pointer adult for Tai Chi. Osteo Aerobics 10:30 a.m. Line Dancing with Uncle Sam Sparklers, 1 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Friday, Mar 10

ASSOCIATION FOR TALENT DEVELOPMENT: The Hudson-Mohawk Chapter of a Association for Talent Development will horde a module – Friday, Mar 10,. The eventuality starts with registration, networking lite breakfast during 8:00 am with module from 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. during HVCC Bulmer Telecommunications Bldg. The subject is “Learning Tuesday:HVCC Behind The Scenes.” Online reservations are elite during hmatd.org. The cost is $25 for members; $35 for not-yet-members and $15 for Full-Time Students. [Day of eventuality walk-ins will be charged an additional $5.]

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Blood Drive, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 4118 NY State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibaray.org for some-more information.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Join a seniors during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, on Friday, Mar 10, during 12:30 p.m. to applaud Mar birthdays with cupcakes donated by birthday chairperson Marcia Trask. If we have any questions, or if we would like to join a noon lunch for a suggested concession of $3, greatfully hit a core during 279-3413 to haven lunch. The Mar Craft category will be reason during 10:30 a.m. Join Elaine Snyder for a fun-filled hour; all materials will be supplied.

FISH DINNER: The Cohoes Knight of Columbus will have their fish cooking on Ash Wednesday, Mar 1, and any Friday during Lent during a legislature gymnasium located during 255 Remsen Street from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The menu includes Fish Fry Dinner, Shrimp hurl Dinner and Scallop Dinner with dual choices French Fries, Coleslaw or Mac and Cheese $8. Fish Fry, $5. Also available: Manhattan clam chowder $3; onion rings $3; French Fries $2.50.Take out or internal smoothness is permitted from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 237-4157 for some-more information.

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinners during Lent, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Baked Fish cooking $11; Fish Fry or Clam Roll Dinner $9; Fish Fry or Clam Roll only, $7; Children’s menu (ages 5-10) any 2 equipment $4; underneath 5 free. 328 Troy Schenectady Road. Call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com for some-more information.

LENTEN DINNERS: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will be portion fish grill or clam hurl dinners from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. any Friday during Lent including Good Friday. Dinners embody French fries, cole slaw and beverage. Cost is $9.50. Also served are prohibited dog dinners, including French fries and libation for $4.50. Individual food equipment can be purchased separately. Dine in or take­-out. Call 286-2773 for reservations or take-outs. For some-more information, call Barbara during 279-9458.

MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites we to knowledge a wonders of a star during a Milham Planetarium, located inside a Old Hopkins Observatory during Williams College. Astronomy students during a college will horde giveaway shows for a open on Friday evenings during 8 p.m. commencement Feb 3 and regulating by May 12, with a difference of Spring Break Mar 17, 24, and Mar 31. Audiences will be treated to shows from a high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector, commissioned in Apr 2005. Shows will final about 50 minutes. For reservations (required) hit Michele Rech during (413) 597-2188 or email during mcr4@williams.edu. Others will be approved as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.

RUSTIC BARN: The Lustre Kings, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

WILLIAMS CHAMBER PLAYERS: The Williams College Department of Music presents a Williams Chamber Players in a a module with Romantic piano quartets by Turina and Faure, as good as a work for cello and piano by Beethoven, on Friday, Mar 10 during 8 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall on a Williams College campus. This giveaway eventuality is open to a public. Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall is located during 54 Chapin Hall Drive in Bernhard Music Center on a Williams College campus. See www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

Saturday, Mar 11

COMIC JAM WORKSHOP: Ira Marcks will be during a Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, on Saturday, Mar 11, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. to horde a Comic Jam Workshop. A comic jam is a collaborative workshop. It’s a drop-in eventuality and we can minister to an existent devise or rise your own. It is about regulating your imagination with other artistic people. Fun for artists of all ages. No before knowledge necessary! Drop in for a few mins or stay for a whole time. Please register to give a Library an thought of how many to expect. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Please make reservations by job a library during 274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

CORNED BEEF CABBAGE DINNER: The Melrose Methodist Church, 20 Church Street, will reason a corned beef and cabbage cooking on Saturday Mar 11, during 5 p.m., with take outs permitted during 4:30 p.m. Cost for adults $12, children 4-10 $5, underneath 4 free. The church is handicapped-accessible.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for a whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

GENEALOGY RESEARCH: HeritageQuest Online is a collection of ancestral and chronological sources and is permitted for use during a New York State Library. Stephanie Barrett will plead and denote some of these sources, including a US Federal Census records, origin and internal story digital books, Revolutionary War grant and bounty-land aver focus files, and a Freedman’s Bank records. Stephanie will also denote hunt tips and strategies, how to save annals and copy records. 2 p.m., New York State Library 7th building Computer Classroom, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany Seating is limited. To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274. Please let us know if any reasonable accommodation is compulsory (Americans with Disabilities Act) during slightest 3 business days before to a module date.

HIGH MIGHTY LECTURE SERIES: Lisa Sandagotoa, MA, MT-BC, uses song to beam clients by a routine of physical, cognitive, amicable and romantic development. She will denote how song provides concrete, multi-sensory kick (audio, visible and tactile) that helps classify feeling systems including excellent and sum engine coordination and heard processing. 1p.m. to 3 p.m., High Mighty Therapeutic Riding and Driving Center, 71 CR 21C Ghent. $10. To register go to www.high-n-mighty.org/2017-winter-lecture-series/. Registration fees will be waived for High Mighty volunteers.

MUSIC COMPANY ORCHESTRA: Music Company Orchestra presents “Catch a Wave: A Children’s Concert” on Saturday, Mar 11, during 2 p.m., during a Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, 475 Moe Road in Clifton Park. The giveaway opening will underline several “water” pieces with an reason of low-pitched concepts to enthuse immature carefree musicians. Works from Handel to Smetana will be enclosed as good as informed film pieces. Visit www.mcomusic.org for some-more information and “like” a Music Company Orchestra on Facebook.

RUSTIC BARN: Join Hearts of Rhythm after a march for Irish song and Rock N’ Roll, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

SAND LAKE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: Coming from England to SLCA on Saturday, Mar 11 will be Dan Evans, a rarely achieved and stylish acoustic guitarist, who also plays finger-style towering dulcimer with pointing and delicacy. In offer to his excellent baritone vocals, you’ll also hear pleasing instrumental folk music. Before a unison Dan will offer a 2 hour seminar patrician “Essential Vocal Techniques” commencement during 2 p.m. This is a smashing eventuality for all vocalists. Tickets are $18 adults, $10 underneath 18 for a Concert only, and $20 for a seminar only. Prepaid reservations can be done during www.slca-ctp.org, or call 674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, and is entirely disabled accessible, with giveaway parking.

Sunday, Mar 12

ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST: The Menu for a K of C All-You-Can Eat Breakfast includes: juice, coffee, tea or prohibited chocolate, fruit cup, scrambled eggs, pancakes with prohibited syrup, French toast, home fries, corned beef hash, bacon, sausage, cereals banana, Danish pastries, bagels, toast and an Omelet Station. All we can eat for usually $9, children 5-10 $4, underneath 5 free. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham. Call 783-0572 or revisit www.lathamcoloniekofc.com for some-more information.

COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: March12 – Penny Social. Doors open during 10 a.m., eventuality starts during Noon. Refreshments, Door Prizes and lots of fun. 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

DEREGULATION AND ENERGY COSTS: After appetite markets were deregulated in 1996, a Public Service Commission lifted millions of dollars by subsidies and sales taxation exemptions to pierce consumers to ESCO’s (Energy Service Companies). New Yorkers who sealed adult with ESCO’s paid $820 million some-more for energy in a 30-month duration than if they had stayed with a internal application company. Richard A. Berkley, Esq., a Executive Director of New York’s Utility Project, will pronounce on “Your Energy Costs and Deregulation” during 1:15 p.m. during Room 224, Campus Center, Sage Colleges Albany Campus, New Scotland Ave. during Academy Road, Albany. Refreshments will be served during 12:30 p.m. This giveaway eventuality is presented by a Capital District Humanist Society. For sum and directions call533-2666, or revisit www.humanistsociety.org.

GATHER, LISTEN, RESPECT: The Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, will offer an afternoon of review guided by Geralyn McDowell on Sunday, Mar 12, from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Using a concepts “Gather * Listen * Respect *” as a springboard, participants will carve out a protected space for physic and deferential conversation. There are skills to use and insights to share that could heighten connectors with others. Come as we are, and greatfully remember to pierce your curiosity, good mind and open heart. Look brazen to a oppulance of branch off your dungeon phone. Anticipate assembly new friends as we pronounce ~ listen in both vast and tiny groups. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Please make reservations by job a library during 274-7071.

MONTHLY BREAKFAST: The Auxiliary from Valley Falls VFW Post 1938 located on Poplar Ave. will have their monthly breakfast Sunday Mar 12, from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. The menu embody of eggs done to order, French Toast, Pancakes, sausage, bacon, toast, boiled potatoes, coffee, juice, fruit and biscuits with sausage gravy. Cost is $8 for adults over age 13, $4 for children 5-12. There will be a basket of hearten raffle to assistance in a cost of a new dwindle stick that will be drawn after a breakfast. Please come and support a village and use organisation and women.

SOUPER SUPPER: The Valley Falls United Methodist Church, 16 State Street, will reason one of a super souper suppers on Sunday, Mar 12 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Featured will be a far-reaching accumulation of soups and bread, muffins, drinks, and dessert for usually 7 dollars – children underneath 6 free. Tickets are permitted during a door. The church is disabled accessible. For tickets and information, call 541-3039 or 753-6028 or check a website during www.valleyfallsunitedmethodist.com.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Bowling 12:30 p.m. during Uncle Sam Lanes. 19 Third Street, Troy.

WATERVLIET HISTORICAL SOCIETY: The Watervliet Historical Society will reason a monthly assembly on Monday, Mar 13 during 6:30 p.m. during a Watervliet Senior Center. The assembly will be followed by Civil War medical surgeon Major Wayne Waite’s proof of a medical procession for a conduct wound perceived in a Civil War battle. Medical instruments used during that duration will also be available. Light refreshments will be served.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: The Williams College Department of Music presents Takács Quartet in a staggering module of Beethoven: String Quartet in B-flat Major, op. 18, No. 6, String Quartet in F Major, op. 135, and String Quartet in C Major, op. 59, No. 3, “Rasumovsky,” on Sunday, Mar 12 during 8 p.m., in Chapin Hall on a college campus. Members of a garb also reason a master category on Saturday, Mar 2 during 5 p.m. featuring gifted Williams song students in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall. These events are giveaway and open to a public. Chapin Hall is located during 54 Chapin Hall Drive in Bernhard Music Center on a Williams College campus. See www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/

Tuesday, Mar 14

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings are reason any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan jones Post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, followed by Bingo and cards. Come check us out. Postenkill Seniors have catered luncheons, pizza, clamsteams, fish frys and luncheons during several restaurants, and train trips to casinos and points of interest. Dues are $10 a year.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help. Every Tuesday from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. during a Rensselaer Public Library, dump in to ask a doubt about your computer, inscription or smartphone, or learn tips and tricks. No sign-up needed. 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.

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MAGICIANS: The internal organisation of The Society of American Magicians, Assembly #24, meets during 7:30 p.m. on a second Tuesday of a month during a S. W. Pitts Hose Co. of Latham on Old Loudon Road in Latham. All adults over a age of 18 with any seductiveness in a art of sorcery are welcome, possibly it be: performance, history, collecting or quite entertainment. For some-more information, revisit WWW.SAM24.org.

TROY SENIOR CENTER:Art for Vets accommodate any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Creative Expression by a Arts. Come see their art on display. Are we meddlesome in joining? Stop in on Tuesday during 19 Third Street, Troy.

WINTER LECTURE SERIES: The Waterford Historical Museum and Cultural Center invites we to a Van Schaick Island Country Club (210 Continental Ave, Cohoes) on Tuesday, Mar 14, for a final harangue in a Winter Lecture Series. Independent historian Paul Schneider will be presenting his lecture: ‘“This small journey incited out to be intensely agreeable…” Little Known Accounts Of Waterford.’ This harangue recounts a personal use of dual immigrants who came by Waterford during a 1800s. Admission is $5 members; $6 not-yet members. Lecture starts during 7 p.m. To RSVP call 237-0145.

Wednesday, Mar 15

BREAD SOUP LENTEN SUPPER: The Women of St Paul’s entice all meddlesome women, men, and children of St. Paul’s and a village during vast to join them between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., for a elementary plate of homemade breads and soups. Deacon Nancy Rosenblum, former deacon of both St. Paul’s Church in Troy and St. Paul’s Church in Albany, will lead a meditation. The module will finish between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Suppers are reason on Wednesdays from Mar 8 by Mar 29 during St. Paul’s Guild House located during 27 State Street, Troy. This module will be upheld by a giveaway will charity from several members of a community.

CAPITAL DISTRICT FLY FISHERS: The Capital District Fly Fishers mee on Mar 15th during a VFW Post 8692 – 140 VFW Rd. Albany, starting during 6:30 p.m. This month’s guest orator is Frank Geremski, a Publisher of The Angler, a fishing repository clinging to upstate New York.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton welcomes Rensselaer County’s Cooperative Extension during 11 am, for a monthly Eat Smart – Live Strong cooking demonstration. There will be giveaway recipes and samples for everybody who attends. Please suffer a healthful plate during noon for a suggested concession of $3, permitted Monday by Friday to all Rensselaer County seniors 60 years and older. Reservation compulsory for lunch, greatfully call 279-3413.

MYSTERY BOOK CLUB: It’s been 39 years given a final Hercule Poirot book was published, though Sophie Hannah has been certified by a Agatha Christie estate to keep Poirot alive in “The Monogram Murders.” Set in 1929, Poirot is during his best as he investigates a deaths of 3 people. How does Hannah smoke-stack adult to Christie? It’s tough to follow in a footsteps of one so famous. Join a Mystery Book Club on Wednesday, Mar 15 during 10:30 a.m. and share your thoughts about how a dual characters/writers compare. More info during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org underneath Book Clubs. Books permitted during a Library.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming 9 a.m., Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic with Sage nursing students. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Thursday, Mar 16

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Knitting, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 NY State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

DIRECT MARKETING FOR FARMERS: Are we a beginning, gifted or seasoned rancher looking for uninformed selling tips to boost your patron sales? If so, save a date for a day-long discussion on Mar 16 from 9 a.m. – 3: 30 p.m. during a Brunswick Community Center, 18 Keyes Lane, Troy. This is a good eventuality to network with other farmers, learn something new and get out of a residence after a prolonged cold winter. The cost of a discussion is $30 per person. You competence register online during http://bit.ly/17CDMarket_Conf, or by job Tove Ford during 765-3518 or emailing tff24@cornell.edu. The discussion is sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension Capital Area Agricultural and Horticultural Program and Hudson Mohawk Resource Conservation and Development Council.

MASONS: The Apollo-King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #13 F.A.M. will accommodate on Thursday, Mar 16, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. They will observe Ladies’ Night with a cooking served during 6:30 p.m. and a amicable hour during 5:45 p.m. For cooking reservations call a Senior Waden Frank Burek or Masonsonline.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Computer Help. Every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. during a Rensselaer Public Library, dump in to ask a doubt about your computer, inscription or smartphone, or learn tips and tricks. No sign-up needed. 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.

RUSTIC BARN: Open Mic with Brian LaPoint, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 9 a.m. Tai Chi 9:15 a.m. Call 270-5438 to pointer adult for Tai Chi. Membership Meeting 10 a.m. Osteo Aerobics 10:30 a.m. Line Dancing with Uncle Sam Sparklers, 1 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Friday, Mar 17

CORNED BEEF CABBAGE: The Presbyterian United Church, by a overpass in Schaghticoke, will be charity a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, Mar 17, from 5:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. The cooking will embody corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, rolls and cake. Dinners are “Take-out only” and reservations competence be done by job 753-4545.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, binds a Nutrition Department’s monthly special cooking during noon. This month’s thesis will be “St Patrick’s Day”, with Corned Beef, Baby Red Potatoes, Shredded Cabbage w/Carrot Garnich, Pumpernickel Bread, and a St. Patrick’s Day dessert served during noon. Entertainment will start during 12:30 p.m. with Guitarist David McNally. There will also be a 50/50 drawing. A smashing finish lunch is permitted to all Rensselaer County Seniors age 60 and comparison Monday thru Friday during noon, for a suggested grant of $3. Stop in anytime Mon. – Fri. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. for a finish monthly menu and activities calendar. Please call 279-3413 to make your reservations for lunch.

FISH DINNER: The Cohoes Knight of Columbus will have their fish cooking on Ash Wednesday, Mar 1, and any Friday during Lent during a legislature gymnasium located during 255 Remsen Street from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The menu includes Fish Fry Dinner, Shrimp hurl Dinner and Scallop Dinner with dual choices French Fries, Coleslaw or Mac and Cheese $8. Fish Fry, $5. Also available: Manhattan clam chowder $3; onion rings $3; French Fries $2.50.Take out or internal smoothness is permitted from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 237-4157 for some-more information.

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinners during Lent, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Baked Fish cooking $11; Fish Fry or Clam Roll Dinner $9; Fish Fry or Clam Roll only, $7; Children’s menu (ages 5-10) any 2 equipment $4; underneath 5 free. 328 Troy Schenectady Road. Call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com for some-more information.

GOOGLE MARKETING SEMINAR: Join a fun and learn from Google Experts during a Google Lunch And Learn with an Adworks Training Class. 11:30 a.m. Registration Pizza. Noon, Google LiveStream Marketing Class, “Real Estate” with Raluca Monet. 12:45pm Google Adwords Training Class by Darcy Knapp, Google Certified Partner. Manfred Real Estate Learning Center, 920 Albany Shaker Road, Latham. Register for giveaway tickets during https://www.eventbrite.com/e/google-partners-connect-live-stream-march-17-2017-tickets-32215392105.

LENTEN DINNERS: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will be portion fish grill or clam hurl dinners from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. any Friday during Lent including Good Friday. Dinners embody French fries, cole slaw and beverage. Cost is $9.50. Also served are prohibited dog dinners, including French fries and libation for $4.50. Individual food equipment can be purchased separately. Dine in or take­-out. Call 286-2773 for reservations or take-outs. For some-more information, call Barbara during 279-9458.

RUSTIC BARN: St. Patrick’s Day celebration with Soul Sky and special guest Paddy-O-Sax, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

STORY DINNER: This month’s orator during Gileand Lutheran Church will be Lee VanAppledorn. Her subject is a Children’s South End after School Program in Albany. We could all advantage from this subject in hopes that it could be put to use in a Troy area. Eleanor Bode will be pity a story about a obvious strain by Fanny Crosby and will be accompanied by Darlene Shanahan. In respect of St Patrick’s Day, there will be a good corned beef cooking with potatoes and carrots, as good as beef stew. Reservations are suggested though not required. Gilead is located during a dilemma of Route 7 and 278 in Center Brunswick and is disabled accessible.

TROY SENIOR CENTER:Special St. Patrick’s Day cooking of Corned Beef or Ham, with a opening by Tony Toscino. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Saturday, Mar 18

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Church, 570 Third Ave., North Troy, will be carrying a bag sale on wardrobe for whole family, starting Feb 9. St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring equipment are on display. New equipment entrance in any day. Shop any Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

FRIENDS OF WATERFORD LIBRARY: The Friends of a Waterford Public Library will accommodate to plead and devise 2017-2018 events and fundraising activities on Saturday, Mar 18, during 10:30 a.m. in a Community Room during Van Schoonhoven Square, Waterford. Members of a village meddlesome in participating and fasten a Friends are invited to attend. The Friends of a Waterford Public Library work with a Library Director and Library curators to support and allege a services and goals of a Library.

RUSTIC BARN: Whiskey Highway, 8 p.m. 150 Speigletown Road, Troy.

Sunday, Mar 19

BREAKFAST BUFFET: The Cohoes Knights of Columbus will have their All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, Mar 19, during 255 Remsen St., Cohoes from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There will be an omlet hire and crush Adult acknowledgment is $8. and children underneath 5 are free.

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: Escape a frenzy of a 21st century! Experience a beauty of 18th century dancing, relocating solemnly and gracefully in sync with pleasing exemplary music. If you’ve seen a Jane Austen film, you’ve had a glance of this superb dance form that appears in many of her novels, including “Pride and Prejudice”. Dances taught and called by veteran callers. Enjoy live song by a Heartsease band. Beginners welcome, no partners needed. Please wear clean, flat, soft-soled shoes. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Christ Church United Methodist, 35 State St., Troy. More info: danceflurry.org/recd.

Monday, Mar 20

MASONS: The Mount Zion Masonic Lodge #13 F.A.M. meets during 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Mar 20, during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. The thesis for a dusk will be “Officers Moving Up Night.” Refreshments will be served following a meeting.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Ice Cream Social sponsored by Fidelis. Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Bowling 12:30 p.m. during Uncle Sam Lanes. 19 Third Street, Troy.

Wednesday, Mar 22

BREAD SOUP LENTEN SUPPER: The Women of St Paul’s entice all meddlesome women, men, and children of St. Paul’s and a village during vast to join them between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., for a elementary plate of homemade breads and soups. Deacon Nancy Rosenblum, former deacon of both St. Paul’s Church in Troy and St. Paul’s Church in Albany, will lead a meditation. The module will finish between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Suppers are reason on Wednesdays from Mar 8 by Mar 29 during St. Paul’s Guild House located during 27 State Street, Troy. This module will be upheld by a giveaway will charity from several members of a community.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming 9 a.m., Aerobics 9:30 a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic with Sage nursing students. 19 Third Street, Troy.

TV Ratings Saturday: NBA and ABC lead a sports-heavy night

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017

The numbers for Saturday:

 

ABC landed on tip of a adults 18-49 demographic Saturday on a night with 3 of a 4 networks airing sports programming. “NBA Saturday Primetime” had a night’s best rating with a 0.8, tentative updates. An NHL diversion on NBC drew during 0.6, tentative updates, and “Premier Boxing Champions” on FOX came in during 0.5.

CBS led a night in viewers with “Ransom,” that was adult vs. final week in both viewers (3.9 million) and adults 18-49 (0.5) and a two-hour “48 Hours” (4.79 million, 0.7 in 18-49).

Network averages:

 

Definitions:
Rating
: Estimated commission of a star of TV households (or other specified group) tuned to a module in a normal minute. Ratings are voiced as a percent.
Fast Affiliate Ratings: These initial inhabitant ratings are accessible during approximately 11 a.m. ET the day after telecast. The total might embody stations that did not atmosphere a whole network feed, as good as internal news breaks or cutaways for internal coverage or other programming. Fast Affiliate ratings are not as useful for live programs and are expected to differ significantly from a final results, since a information simulate normal promote feed patterns. 
Share (of Audience): 
The percent of households (or persons) regulating radio who are tuned to a specific program, hire or network in a specific area during a specific time. 
Time Shifted Viewing:
 Program ratings for inhabitant sources are constructed in 3 streams of information – Live, Live +Same-Day and Live +7 Day. Time-shifted total comment for incremental observation that takes place with DVRs. Live+SD includes observation during a same promote day as a strange telecast, with a cut-off of 3 a.m. internal time when meters broadcast daily observation to Nielsen for processing. Live +7 ratings embody  viewing that takes place during a 7 days following a telecast.

Source: The Nielsen Company.

Little Tikes recalls 540000 swings after injuries

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(CNN) — Little Tikes is willingly recalling 540,000 toddler swings after 140 reports of a pitch breaking, posing a tumble hazard. There have been 39 reports of injuries, including dual children with damaged arms.

On Thursday, a US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a remember of Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure pinkish toddler swings.

The remember includes swings made in a United States from Nov 2009 by May 2014 with indication series 615573 molded on a behind of a seat.

According to a announcement, influenced swings were purchased during Walmart, Toys “R” Us and other stores national and online. Further information can be found during CPSC.gov/recalls or on a Little Tikes remember website.

The Ohio-based association perceived about 140 reports of a swing’s chair violation and reports of teenager injuries. The proclamation says “the cosmetic chair can moment or break, posing a tumble hazard.”

Parents should stop regulating a pitch immediately and hit a association to accept a credit toward another Little Tikes product.

If your indication meets a remember requirement, hit Little Tikes during 855-284-1903 or revisit www.littletikes.com and click on Product Recalls underneath a At Your Service menu for some-more information.


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DSM Announces Record Breaking 76 High Schools Participating In Its Awards Show & A Special Guest Appearance!

The Zodiac during Neiman Marcus in downtown Dallas hosted a station acclaim jubilee to flog off The 6th Annual Dallas Summer Musicals High School Musical Theatre Awards (DSM HSMTA) and College Scholarship program. Dallasite and two-time Tony Award® hopeful Stark Sands was named this year’s target of a Fullinwider Award honoring him for his roots and educational years in a Dallas museum community. Patterned after Broadway’s Tony Awards®, DSM HSMTA celebrates a energy of a humanities to significantly urge all areas of education.

Ted R. Munselle, Chair of a Board of Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc. (DSM), welcomed a throng and thanked Neiman Marcus downtown, for their friendly liberality in hosting a evening’s event. Munselle followed by introducing Marjon Henderson, Public Relations Manager of Neiman Marcus, who voiced certain remarks about DSM HSMTA and Neiman Marcus munificent mission. “Stanley Marcus had an implausible passion for a arts. Programs like DSM HSMTA are a ideal fit to a munificent model, that focuses on humanities preparation in a community. DSM has sum some of my favorite memories and we are blissful to support such a good organization,” pronounced Henderson.

John R. Clutts, 2017 Chair of DSM HSMTA, common sparkling news: 2017 has damaged all annals for participating schools in DSM HSMTA. There are 76 schools participating this year showcasing 76 productions, representing 40 propagandize districts opposite North Texas and Oklahoma. Among a 76 are also 7 private schools. Three schools have entered dual musicals this year while 4 schools in Keller ISD sum their efforts to emanate a large prolongation of GREASE. This represents a new all-time high of schools, teachers and students holding partial in a program. This is some-more than double a initial year’s sum of 30 schools participating.

Since DSM’s initial HSMTA in 2012, this has truly grown into a informal program, usurpation schools as distant divided as Lubbock and Oklahoma as good as new and returning schools from a DFW Metroplex. DSM HSMTA has grown to be a largest module of a kind in a state of Texas and a second largest module in a nation. DSM HSMTA has been famous by The National High School Musical Theatre Awards as a central associate module for North Texas.

Clutts thanked a Angels Host Committee, HSMTA Committee and staff for their coming in a income lifted so distant this year. He also reported that DSM launched a grant capacity expostulate to lift $1,000,000. “In usually 4 months, we have already lifted over $270,000. Historically we have presented 7 scholarships to honourable students. This year we are anxious we will be means to capacity 17 scholarships as we continue to encourage a good talent North Texas has to offer; 17 for 2017,” pronounced Clutts. This year’s College Scholarship module consists of 10 Ambassador Scholarships during $1,000 each, 5 Theater Major Scholarships (in all areas of theater) during $5,000 each, and dual $10,000 scholarships for a winners in a Best Actor and Best Actress categories. DSM HSMTA is a usually module in a nation, other than a National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmy™ Awards), to offer Best Actor and Best Actress winners $10,000 scholarships to continue their education. To date, DSM HSMTA College Scholarship module has awarded $135,000 in money scholarships to honourable students.

After an proclamation of longtime supporters Paddy and Barry Epstein as Honorary Chairs, Paddy common their knowledge with DSM. “We appreciate John Clutts and a Angles Host Committee for a artistic thought of an endowment. Barry and we are respected to be this year’s Honorary Chairs and are anxious during a eventuality to start this capacity to secure a destiny of DSM HSMTA program,” pronounced Paddy Epstein.

Clutts also thanked Leah and Jerry Fullinwider, DSM HSMTA Founding Donors. The Fullinwider Award was sum final year to respect a Fullinwiders for their initial present of $100,000 that helped account and furnish DSM HSMTA and College Scholarship module in 2012. The fad grew after two-time Tony Award® hopeful Stark Sands was named this year’s target of a Fullinwider Award for his roots and educational years in a Dallas museum community. Sands is a Dallas local who attended Highland Park High School. He is famous for his purpose as Tunny in a strange Broadway expel of AMERICAN IDIOT, and imagining a purpose of Charlie Price in KINKY BOOTS on Broadway. Clutts also announced a special coming by Stark Sands to accept a capacity and to perform during a DSM HSMTA eventuality in May.

As a special treat, John Frederickson, 2016 DSM HSMTA Best Actor winner, took a theatre and sang The Street Where You Live from MY FAIR LADY. Fredrickson common his knowledge during DSM HSMTA and a Jimmy™ Awards job it, “an comprehensive dream.” He finished with a second strain patrician Run Away With Me from THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF Samantha Brown, and a rousing applause.

Topping off a evening, Director of DSM HSMTA, Tracy Jordan, gave some shutting remarks though not before bringing John Clutts behind on theatre for a grand finale. A birthday cake was suggested with candles blazing in jubilee of John’s birthday, as everybody assimilated in singing Happy Birthday and common a cake and champagne.

Slated for Thursday, May 18, 2017 during a Music Hall during Fair Park, a awards uncover is a red runner event and a open is invited to join in a excitement. The nominees and celebrities arrive and travel a red runner commencement during 5:30 p.m. The uncover starts during 7:00 p.m. with performances that embody apart medleys of a Best Actor and Best Actress nominees, prolongation numbers from Best Musical nominees and an opening series featuring all nominated performers accompanied by a live orchestra. Winners and grant recipients are announced and a uncover culminates with a culmination opening by students from any participating high school.

A three-judge row of party attention professionals and maestro educators will revisit any high propagandize and decider a performers in 16 categories: Best Musical, Best Direction, Best Musical Direction, Best Choreography, Best Orchestra, Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting, Best Ensemble, Best Crew, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Featured Male Performer, and Best Featured Female Performer. Ballots will be tabulated by a accounting organisation of Grant Thornton – a central list veteran use partner of a 2016 Tony Awards®.

Winners of a Best Performance by an Actor and Actress accept an all-expense paid outing for 5 days to New York City to paint their high propagandize in a National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmy™ Awards) for a possibility to win prizes and scholarships, that change by year.

All participating high schools and their shows will be listed during www.DSMHSMTA.org.

DSM HSMTA media unite is People Newspapers. DSM deteriorate sponsors are American Airlines, The Dallas Morning News, Texas Instruments and WFAA Channel 8.

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Motor Racing Network Inks 1580 The Fanatic/Phoenix As New Affiliate


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    CRC BROADCASTING Sports KHEP-A-K256CY-K257CD (KQFN 1580 THE FANATIC)/PHOENIX has sealed on as an associate of MOTOR RACING NETWORK in time to atmosphere a DAYTONA 500 on SUNDAY (2/26).  The hire will also atmosphere a weekly “NASCAR LIVE” with MIKE BAGLEY and “MONDAY MORNING RACE REFRESHER.”

    “We’re anxious to supplement ‘ARIZONA’s New Home for Sports’ to a register of hire partners,” pronounced MRN President and Executive Producer DAVID HYATT.  “Adding a full-time partner in PHOENIX brings a weekly Cup coverage to over 400 stations nationwide.  PHOENIX is a pivotal marketplace for NASCAR and we’re unapproachable to have ‘THE FANATIC on board.”
     
    “We’re anxious to yield competition fans via a Valley a event to hear all NASCAR races on 1580 THE FANATIC,” pronounced PHOENIX RACEWAY President BRYAN R. SPERBER. “Beginning with a biggest competition of a sport, this weekend’s DAYTONA 500, we’re vehement to flog off PHOENIX RACEWAY’s attribute with a internal radio partner to yield weekly racing to a VALLEY.”
     
    “The competition of NASCAR is entrance off of one of a strongest and many interesting seasons in new memory,” pronounced CRC Sports Radio Division VP of Sales MIKE MURACO.  “We have such a outrageous fan bottom in PHOENIX and we are looking brazen to substantiating ourselves as a disdainful home for race-day coverage starting this weekend with a DAYTONA 500.”

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    Agora Financial comparison CAKE to conduct a associate programme since of a solution’s ability to lane debate opening during a really granular level. For example, a association can demeanour during how several offers are behaving in genuine time and use a information to fast make adjustments so that affiliates have entrance to offers that are some-more expected to convert. 

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    Your IDE won’t change, though YOU will: HELLO! Machine training …

    Machine training has turn a buzzword. A bend of Artificial Intelligence, it adds selling flicker to all from penetration showing collection to business analytics. What is it, exactly, and how can we formula it?

    Programs historically furnish accurate formula regulating linear instructions. Fetch that file, open it, change this record in these specific ways, afterwards write it behind to disk. Machine training is distant reduction precise.

    “In appurtenance learning, a disproportion is that we uncover a mechanism a garland of data, and it works out what to do with that information to get a outcome that we wish it to get,” says Adam Geitgey, before a researcher during Groupon and now a consultant in AI who provides some appurtenance training basement here.

    Most appurtenance training currently involves supervised learning. You learn it what to demeanour for by tagging lots of examples as fake or positive. Cat cinema are a good example.

    You wish a mechanism to recognize cinema of cats to delete, so that we don’t have to corkscrew by a reams of cat memes that your uncle sends you. You source thousands of images online. You code all of a cat cinema in your collection, and all a cinema that aren’t cats. Then we feed a mechanism a dual sets of pictures, and let it furnish a statistical indication of a cat and not-cat images.

    It can afterwards use this indication to analyse new cinema and tab them itself. At this indicate we don’t customarily see categorically how a mechanism does it. It usually uses a indication from all a other cinema to get it right.

    Machine training systems use several sequence techniques, including preference trees, regression, instance-based and Bayesian algorithms. One category of algorithm – neural networks – has damaged out into another specialty sub-branch of appurtenance training called low learning.

    “With appurtenance learning, you’ll typically have reduction information and a problems are reduction complex,” says Alex Champandard, an consultant in neural networks who before worked on synthetic comprehension algorithms in a gaming sector. Now he runs Creative.AI, a association building AI collection to assistance artistic professionals such as designers with decisions. “Deep training is some-more about traffic with vast quantities of information and some-more formidable problems,” he adds.

    Deep training relates many layers to a neural network, and any of them analyses a opposite aspect of a data. Lower layers analyse details, such as edges and curves in an image, for example, given aloft layers total this information to find higher-level facilities (“Is that an ear?” “They demeanour like whiskers to me!”).

    Microsoft put 152 of these layers together to win a ImageNet large-scale visible approval foe for a initial time in 2015, violence Google, Intel, Qualcomm, startups and academics. The thought of that sold plea was to rightly find and systematise objects in 100,000 photographs from Flickr and hunt engines and put them in 1,000 intent categories. Microsoft kick a execution with an blunder rate of 3.5 per cent and localisation blunder rate of 9 per cent.

    A integrate of factors have accelerated seductiveness in low training according to Satya Mallick, owner of AI consulting organisation Big Vision.

    “First of all, we didn’t have entrance to these vast datasets. Deep training algorithms are data-hungry,” he says. Whereas many other appurtenance training algorithms sate with too many data, low training neural networks can hoop distant some-more of it.

    The second aspect is computational power. Neural networks need as many of this as they can get, and in a early partial of this decade, it became accessible in a form of graphical estimate units (GPUs). The double-precision floating indicate calculation in GPUs’ mixed cores finished them good for graphics, though also some-more recently for other high-performance operations. Nvidia constructed CUDA, a height for some-more ubiquitous purpose high-performance computing operations, in 2007. A specialised chronicle for neural networking called CudaNN enabled low training researchers to use a chips for neural network analysis.

    Different ways of coding

    All of that leads us to another question: how do we formula this stuff? The normal .Net programmer competence frustrate during programming indicate GPU operations for statistical modelling regulating C++. Not to worry, says Geitgey – we typically don’t do down to that level.

    “There’s substantially usually a hundred people in a universe that do, and care. That doesn’t assistance we investigate and solve problems,” he says. Instead, others have built appurtenance training and low training frameworks that total a functions in such low-level programs, creation them some-more eatable to programmers.

    These frameworks mostly support common languages like Python, definition that we don’t have to learn new ones, argues Geitgey. Your IDE won’t change, though some of a underlying skills and concepts will. Develop a simple bargain of statistics and linear algebra, says Geitgey. Known adequate calculus to compute equations. “You can learn a basement flattering quickly, though there’s a vast disproportion between that and real-world results.”

    Good AI programmers also tend to be good managers, muses Joanna J Bryson, a reader during a University of Bath and sabbatical associate and associate during Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy, who specialises in healthy intelligence. AI isn’t about removing clear, black-and-white formula initial time. You have to be means to go with a flow, and adjust on a fly.

    “It isn’t as deterministic. It’s a cat-herding aspect of management,” Bryson says. Training statistical AI models and neural networks is a repeated routine involving lots of hearing and error. You have to know what knobs to tweak during those iterations. “You have a garland of things that competence or competence not learn things we were expecting, and we have to cruise about that as a process.”

    There’s another problem, says Mallick. “Things have altered so quick that people haven’t grown good workflows.” Programmers competence have to fastener with a processes for building and contrast these programs themselves.

    Frameworks for AI

    At slightest they won’t have to fastener with a middle workings of GPU optimisation while they do it. There are several frameworks to assistance developers in their appurtenance training and low training work.

    Theano, grown during a University of Montreal, is a princely aged lady of appurtenance training frameworks. It is a Python library with GPU support. One of a vast advantages is approachability – it powers vast computationally complete projects, though can also be used in a classroom.

    Theano competence have preceded it, though still a best-known during this indicate is expected Google’s TensorFlow. The inheritor to Google’s prior DistBelief complement supports GPU and CPU operations. It competence usually have been expelled in 2015, though Google was intelligent in creation it open source, that has led to poignant adoption. With 1,500 or so GitHub projects mentioning it on Github, and with a village adding support for things like Hadoop, this has turn a granddaddy of AI frameworks. Google recently updated TensorFlow to chronicle 1.0, with a preference of new features, including faster operation and a new domain-specific compiler for hardware accelerators.

    “It’s a some-more ubiquitous appurtenance training tool, and there’s a high training curve,” according to Mallick, who reckons it can be tough for beginners. Those struggling with TensorFlow (or even with Theano) competence cruise Keras, a high-level library for neural network strategy that sits atop Theano and TensorFlow. “Instead of a thousand lines of code, you’re essay one line of code,” Mallick says of this tool.

    Facebook relies heavily on Torch, a horizon it grown in and with many players including Twitter and Yandex. It built this MATLAB-style sourroundings on a LuaJIT language. Because Lua is not a renouned language, there’s now a Python chronicle of a Torch horizon called PyTorch.

    As of Nov 2016, Amazon’s horizon of choice is MXNet. Developed by a distributed appurtenance training community, a rope of researchers from several institutions, it’s a high-performance horizon with GPU support. One of a pivotal attractions is a portability to a accumulation of languages including a statistical modelling denunciation R, Go, Python and JavaScript. Another is a support not usually for mixed GPUs, though for mixed nodes of GPUs, like TensorFlow. Other frameworks are personification catch-up there.

    Amazon supports other frameworks on AWS, though MXNet is a equine for low learning. A week after subsidy MXNet, Amazon corroborated this adult by announcing additional services: Polly, that tackles text-to-speech, Lex, for conversational interfaces, and an picture investigate use called Rekognition.

    Dan Kara, investigate executive during ABI Research specialising in AI and robotics, argues that Amazon contingency still work tough to settle MXNet. “It isn’t as slicing corner as Microsoft or Google in terms of what you’re means to do with it,” he says.

    Conversely, with a AI services accessible on Azure, Microsoft has focused on a craving for a prolonged time, he argues. Microsoft expelled a beta of a Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (formerly CNTK) final October. Originally focused on speech, it has given stretched to some-more ubiquitous purpose low training tasks.

    IBM, that calls itself a “Red Hat of AI”, focuses on cobbling together other frameworks in an craving doing for a Power architecture. This package supports Tensorflow, Caffe, Torch and Theano. It runs on Ubuntu.

    Microsoft has also focused on building API-based services designed for high-level entrance around their cloud services

    Karl Freund, consulting lead for HPC and Deep Learning during researcher organisation Moor Insights Strategy, said: “What Microsoft is observant is that many enterprises won’t spend a time and bid to build a low training team. They wish to take their existent business processes and supercharge them.

    “That entails services like view analysis. You can do all that but carrying to learn appurtenance learning. You don’t have to sight neural networks, they’ve finished it for you.”

    IBM has taken a identical approach, portion adult APIs for developers who wish to entrance high-level AI services underneath a Watson brand. There’s a lot of things going on underneath a hood there that gets masked by a Bluemix cloud service.

    There are many other frameworks and sets of libraries for AI. Caffe, constructed by a Berkeley Vision and Learning Center, uses C++ for speed in a neural network strategy and focuses mostly on mechanism prophesy applications. Chainer is a Python-based library that, like Theano, integrates easily with NumPy, Python’s systematic computing prolongation for doing vast multi-dimensional arrays (which serves as a basement for neural network information structures).

    Lesser famous are Apache’s Singa and a Horn project, still in incubation. UC Berkeley has also combined SparkNet, a complement for training neural networks on Apache’s Spark cluster computing platform. Even Nvidia combined DIGITS, a neural network apparatus for information scientists wanting to use Nvidia GPUs that IBM folded into PowerAI.

    The enlivening thing about roughly all of these projects is that they’re open source, that encourages organisation partnership on a technology. Collaboration is quite critical with appurtenance and low training since it’s all formed on configured statistical models, that open-source collaborators can exchange.

    After all, once I’ve modelled my information set, there’s no reason that we shouldn’t use it, too. Only one chairman should ever have to systematise that many cat pictures. ®

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