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Thursday, Dec. 31
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: New Year’s during Noon, starting 11 a.m. Crafts, dancing, and a countdown to New Year’s during noon. For kids and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Comm. Church, 570 3rd Ave., North Troy is open any Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shoppe facilities a full line of winter garments for a whole family, home decorations, furniture, toys and games, housewares and books.
EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, welcomes 2016 with a jubilee and toast during noon. Entertainment will be supposing by Sal Graziano during 11:30. Noon lunch will be Baked Ziti, Italian Blend Vegetables, Shredded Lettuce w/Oil and Vinegar, Italian Bread, Grape Juice and Pineapple/Pear Cup for dessert. Please call 279-3485 to make your reservations for lunch.
SUNY POLY CMOST: Celebrate a attainment of 2016 during a child-friendly time. Join SUNY Poly CMOST’s 11th annual Noon Year’s eve celebration. New this year, to accommodate a direct for this fun sparkling program, there will be dual opposite timed celebrations. Events run from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and again from noon until 2 p.m. Festivities embody a Noon Year’s animal show; formulating Noon Year’s noisemakers and jubilee hats; face painting; and games and activities. The jubilee will be capped off with a camber of countdowns, toll in a “New Year” with a Museum-wide march and a bubble-blowing bonanza. The $5 acknowledgment cost is waived now and revelers are invited to minister to a Science for Every Child initiative. For any $300 raised, CMOST will yield a summer stay extend to a child in need. This eventuality is endorsed for children of all ages and their caregivers. Pre-registration is required. For some-more information go to: http://www.cmost.org/plan_a_visit/special_events.php or call 235-2120.
Friday, Jan. 1, 2016
THACHER NATURE CENTER: First Day Winter Walk during Thacher Park, 10 a.m. Start out your New Year Healthy and Happy with an energizing travel in pleasing Thacher Park. Enjoy scenic views and pacific woods while removing a sip of use and uninformed air. If we have snow, there will be snowshoeing. Call 872-0800 to register and haven snowshoes. Please call brazen to endorse conditions and assembly place.
Saturday, Jan. 2
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will have it’s monthly All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday, Jan 2, from 8 to 11 a.m. Cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children underneath 10. Menu includes eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, home fries, pancakes, french toast, juice, coffee or tea.
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Time Out for Tales, 11 a.m. Stories and fun for children adult to age 6 and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
JERMAIN THRIFT SHOP: 601 Fifth Avenue (south of Arsenal), Watervliet. Open Saturdays usually from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.until Apr 2016. Everything from A to Z. We adore browsers. Call 273-8220 or 272-4089 if we have questions.
THACHER NATURE CENTER: “Mojo a Talking Crow.,” 1 p.m. Come and learn about one of a smartest animals on a planet, a American Crow, with biologist and author Beth Bidwell. Beth will share her new children’s book, “Mojo, a Fabulous (Talking..) Crow.” After a reading, accommodate Mojo and learn some fascinating contribution about crows. You will never demeanour during a bluster a same approach again. Signed copies of Beth’s book will be permitted for $10 after a program. In box of serious weather, greatfully call 872-0800 to endorse program.
Sunday, Jan. 3
ADIEU, DOWNTON.: Ventfort Hall Mansion Gilded Age Museum, 104 Walker Street, Lenox, will symbol a commencement of a final deteriorate of a award-winning, internationally acclaimed Downton Abbey array with a intemperate (and proper) “Adieu Downton.” tea on Sunday, Jan 3 during 4 p.m. Come and empathize with other Downton Abbey fans as a final deteriorate of a favorite British soap uncover starts on PBS. This correct English tea (with sherry, too) takes place before a initial of a final episodes starts after that evening. Tickets for a tea are $30 for allege reservations and $35 day of a event. Reservations are rarely endorsed as seating is limited. For information or reservations call Ventfort Hall during 413-637-3206 or revisit firstname.lastname@example.org.
DOWNTON ABBEY TEA PARTY: Celebrate a lapse of “Downton Abbey” with tea, refreshments and a observation of a deteriorate 5 finale. 2-3:45 p.m, Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. Sign adult online during bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 439-9314.
ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: An English Country Dance will be reason on Jan 3 during Channing Hall of a First Unitarian Universalist Church, 405 Washington Avenue, Albany. Dances will be called and taught by Orly Krasner. Live song will be by 3rd String Trio (Kate Barnes, Aldo Fabrizi, Karen Axelrod). The Dance will be reason 2 – 5 p.m., rudimentary seminar on ask during 1:30 p.m. All are welcome; no knowledge or partner is necessary. Admission is $12. The Dance is sponsored by Capital English Country Dancers, an associate of a Dance Flurry Organization. For some-more information revisit www.danceflurry.org/capital-english or call 477-5684.
K OF C BUFFET BREAKFAST: The Waterford Knights of Columbus, 75 Grace Street, Waterford ( Northside), will horde a Breakfast Buffet from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. on Jan 3. The menu includes: Omelet Station, French Toast, Blueberry 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 235-8799 or 237-9330 to leave a message.
Monday, Jan. 4
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 11 a.m., 3D printer demos. Check out a library’s 3D printer and find out how a cutting-edge record works. Also, see a new 3Doodler in action. Under 16 can attend with primogenitor or guardian. Sign adult online or call 439-9314. 1:30 p.m., Daybooks: plead “The Boston Girl” by Anita Diamant. Copies are permitted during a information desk. Audio and downloadable copies might be available. 6:30 p.m., Tabletop Gaming: we yield Dominion, Munchkin, and Ticket to Ride with a USA 1910 Expansion Pack. Bring your possess favorites. Snacks will be served. For adults and teenagers 16 and older. 6:30 and 7 p.m., Book Buddies: Children are matched with a teen proffer to use reading skills and build confidence. Bring a book or select one during a library. Sign adult online or call 439-9314. For category K-5. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. To pointer adult for events online go to bethlehempubliclibrary.org.
IMPROV 101: The Mop Bucket Improv Co. binds an Improv 101 category from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. during Mopco Headquarters, 309 Union Street, Schenectady. Whether we are code new to improv, or know how many fun it is and wish to play, 101 is usually right for you. The category covers a many simple beliefs of improv with fun, interactive games: “Say ‘Yes, And,’” “Make Your Partner Look Good,” and “Jump and Justify.” Improv is a fantastic, fun approach to get in reason with your middle performer. Reservations $25. Register online during www.mopco.org.
Tuesday, Jan. 5
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Chess Club, 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Try your palm during chess with a teen volunteers. All knowledge levels welcome. For school-age kids. Sign adult for one or all sessions online during bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 439-9314. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
ULYSSES S. GRANT:” Ulysses S. Grant: His Life, His Work, His Death” during Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. Presenter Tom Smith will share portraits and photos as he talks about Grant’s after years, touching on his bankruptcy, a essay of his memoirs, his illness, and his genocide and wake use during Grant Cottage in Wilton. 1-2 p.m. Co- sponsored by Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc.
Wednesday, Jan. 6
APPRENTICE RECRUITMENT: Applications for 10 boilermaker (construction) neophyte positions by a Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for Boilermakers Northeast, Local Union 5, Zone 197, might achieved from 9 to noon during a internal bureau located 75 South Dove St., Albany. For some-more information or a minute list of requirements, revisit www.neaac.net or call 438-0718.
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 10 a.m., Family Playtime. Free play and socialization with toys, blocks, balls and more. Up to age 6 with family. 7 p.m., Pajama-Rama. Wear your PJs and pierce a pressed crony to suffer some fun and stories before bedtime. Up to age 6 with family and friends. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
COHOES BOARD OF EDUCATION: Cohoes City School District Board of Education workshop:Elementary Building Leadership Teams. 6 p.m., Cohoes Middle School Library.
JOHNSONVILLE COMMUNITY MEETING: There will be an open Community Meeting during a Johnsonville Ambulance patrol house, 4 River Road in Johnsonville during 7 p.m., Wednesday Jan 6, to plead changes in EMS service. The open is invited to come and accommodate with JVAS members and officers
Thursday, Jan. 7
BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 11:15 a.m., Tai Chi for Health. Practice a ancient Chinese art that promotes health and wellness while focusing on new movements in a Tai Chi for Arthritis form. All ages and abilities welcome. 2 p.m., Block Party: Get prepared to have some fun with blocks. Build ’em adult and hit ’em down. For adult to age 6 with caregiver. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
Friday, Jan. 8
CONSULTING ALLIANCE: The Consulting Alliance will horde a lunchtime arrangement by CEO and national consultant Guy Maddalone, Founder and CEO of GTM Payroll Services. Maddalone will plead how GTM Payroll Services has grown from a one-employee operation to a personality in a payroll industry, contracting over 55 professionals and portion thousands of clients nationwide. This module will take place on Friday, Jan 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during Wolferts Roost Country Club, 120 Van Rensselaer Blvd., Menands. Online reservations are compulsory during www.consultingalliance.org. The cost is $20 for members and $25 for guests.
Saturday, Jan. 9
GENEALOGY WALKING TOUR: Walking Tour of a Local History and Genealogy Resources during a New York State Library, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., New York State Library 7th building (meet in front of Genealogy/Local History/Equipment desk), Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Shawn Purcell, thesis dilettante for origin and internal story during a New York State Library, will lead a tour. The debate is singular to 15 people and registration is required. To register online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274. Please prove if any reasonable accommodation is compulsory (Americans with Disabilities Act) during slightest 3 business days before to a module date.
ITALIAN SPAGHETTI DINNER: 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Eagle Mills Christian Church, 1 Maple Avenue (corner of Maple and Route 2), Troy. Eat-in or take-out. Choice of handcrafted meatballs or Italian sausage. Menu includes: pasta and sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, beverages including coffee and tea. Adults $9, children 12 and underneath $5.
JERMAIN THRIFT SHOP: 601 Fifth Avenue (south of Arsenal), Watervliet. Open Saturdays usually from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.until Apr 2016. Everything from A to Z. We adore browsers. Call 273-8220 or 272-4089 if we have questions.
SHRINERS: The Oriental Shriners (Temple #7) inaugurated a following officers for 2016: Potentate Robert E. Harris; Chief Rabban James D. Wooys; Assistant Rabban Gaylord Hawley; High Priest Prophet Paul S. Kahian; Oriental Guide Frederick Sauer; Treasurer Daniel Rhodes; Interim Recorder William B. Fink Jr. Elected and allocated officers will be commissioned on Saturday, Jan 9, during a Oriental Shrine Center, 75 Water Plant Road, during 2 p.m., followed by a usurpation in a dining hall.
TWELFTH NIGHT CELEBRATION: On Saturday, Jan 9, Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site will acquire visitors for a annual Twelfth Night Celebration, “Salutations of a Season.” From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. a site will horde an open house, full with 18th century holiday fare, live music, bonfires, and wassail toasts. Admission: $6 Adults, $5 Seniors Students, $1 Children (12 and under), $4 Friends members. Then cranky a stream where a jubilee continues during Crailo State Historic Site with Christmas decorations, hearthside cooking, live music, re-enactors and other gratifying traditions of a 17th century. A special mixed acknowledgment for both ancestral houses is available. Schuyler Mansion is located during 32 Catherine Street in Albany’s ancestral South End.
Sunday, Jan. 10
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST: Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., 328 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham. The menu 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. For some-more information call 783-0572 or revisit www.lathamcoloniekofc.com.
MONTHLY BREAKFAST: The Valley Falls VFW Post 1938 located on Poplar Ave. women will be carrying their monthly breakfast Sunday Jan. 10 from 8 – 11 a.m. The menu consists of eggs done to order, French toast, pancakes, sausage, bacon, toast, juice, fruit, coffee and biscuits sausage gravy. Cost is $8 adults 13 and adult and children 5-12 $4.
REDUCING FIREARM VIOLENCE: That firearms are entire in American multitude means that they comparison many aspects of a daily lives. Understanding a sum of these amicable processes is vicious to creation policies that can effectively revoke firearms assault while withdrawal legitimate gun owners comparatively unscathed. This arrangement by Alan J. Lizotte of a University of Albany’s School of Criminal Justice will yield some examples and personal observations of how systematic investigate can illuminate policy. Presented by The Capital District Humanist Society. Room 224, Campus Center, Sage Colleges Albany Campus, New Scotland Ave. during Academy Road, Albany. Refreshments during 12:30 p.m.; module during 1:15 p.m. Admission: Free. For some-more sum and directions call 533-2666 or revisit www.humanistsociety.org
REPRESENTING RENSSELAER COUNTY: Kathryn Sheehan, a Rensselaer County and Troy City Historian and Registrar, Rensselaer County Historical Society, gives an insider’s perspective of many of a many intriguing objects in a exhibition. Sheehan’s whirlwind pronounce will operation from a little-known Witenagemot Tree to a Collar City’s universe eminent industrial products. Part of a Capital Region in 50 Objects series. 2 p.m., Albany Institute of History and Art, 125 Washington Avenue, Albany. Free with museum admission: Adults $10; Seniors/Students $8; Children 6-12 $6, Under 6 Free. Free for Albany Institute members; discounts permitted for Veterans and AAA members.
STORY SUNDAY: Stories of Aging Gracefully, a 117th Story Sunday with Kent Busman, Alden (Joe) Doolittle, and Harlan Ratmeyer. A advantage for Schenectady Inner City Ministries (www.sicm.us) and Story Circle during Proctors (www.storycircleatproctors.org). 5 p.m., The Glen Sanders Mansion, 1 Glen Avenue, Scotia. $36 (includes entertainment, a three-course meal, coffee/tea, taxation and tip). $50 + for congregation (All contributions in additional of $28 are taxation deductible). Videos permitted during StoryCircleAtProctors.org/youtube.
Tuesday, Jan. 12
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION: The New York Capital Region section of a American Marketing Association (NYCRAMA) announces a Jan Luncheon,” How to Blog (or Periscope) When You’ve Got ZERO Time”, Tuesday, Jan 12, during The Century House, 997 New Loudon Road, Latham, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Join NYCRAMA and approved veteran coach, Joëlle Lydon, for a luncheon where we will learn how to emanate a unchanging blogging use that fits with your priorities. Cost is $25 for AMA members and students; $35 for nonmembers. Pre-registration is elite around http://bit.ly/nycrama-2016-how-to-blog-or-periscope. Walk-ins are also welcome. Cash or check will be supposed during a door.
COUNTY EXECUTIVE’S BREAKFAST: County Executive Kathleen Jimino will plead mercantile expansion initiatives and what a destiny binds for a segment in her annual address. More than 100 informal preference makers are approaching to be in attendance. Comfort Inn Suites, 99 Miller Rd, Castleton-On-Hudson. Registration and Breakfast 7:30 a.m., followed by a categorical module from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 14
THE CAR GUY: Cheney Library, 73 Classic Street in Hoosick Falls. will horde Gordon Fricke, a “Car Guy,” on Thursday Jan 14 during 7 p.m. Snow date will be Jan 21 during 7 p.m. Gordon has been on WAMC, 90.3, once a month for many years. Ray Graf is a news anchor and executive of news media; he has a accumulation of experts on a uncover with programs from medical to gardening and Gordon is a “Car Guy.” As many of we know Gordon is a renter of Barber and Fricke Automotive, Inc. in Hoosick Falls. He knows a lot about cars. So if we have automobile questions here is your possibility to get them answered by an consultant in a margin of cars. For some-more information call 686-9401.
Friday, Jan. 15
BRAND-U: The Hudson-Mohawk Chapter of a Association for Talent Development will horde a module on Friday, Jan 15. The eventuality starts with registration, networking breakfast during 8 a.m. with module during 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. during Wolferts Roost Country Club, Albany. The thesis is “Brand U: Developing A Stage Presence for Business” with orator Michael Burns. A tutor and partner in Mopco, LLC, Michael has been regulating improv as a absolute apparatus for change with opposite groups of performers and non-performers for over thirty years. 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.
Saturday, Jan. 16
FRIENDS OF THE WATERFORD LIBRARY: The Friends of a Waterford Public Library will accommodate to plead and devise 2015-2016 events and fundraising activities on Saturday, Jan 16, during 11 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 Trustees to support and allege a services and goals of a Library.
JERMAIN THRIFT SHOP: 601 Fifth Avenue (south of Arsenal), Watervliet. Open Saturdays usually from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.until Apr 2016. Everything from A to Z. We adore browsers. Call 273-8220 or 272-4089 if we have questions.
Sunday, Jan. 17
USA DANCE: Join a NY Capital District Chapter of USA Dance for an dusk of ballroom during their unchanging monthly dance. The eventuality starts with a giveaway cha-cha doctrine with Louise Giuliano of Albany Dancesport from 6:15 to 7 p.m., followed by 3 hours of dancing with song by DJ Paul Giuliano, with a dance proof by Everett Coons, Joy Leslie, Barbara Robinson Liz Paone around 8:30 p.m. Polish Community Center 225 Washington Ave Ext, Albany. Non-members $13, members $10, students $5, underneath 18 free.
Monday, Jan. 18
ALBANY INSTITUTE OF HISTORY ART: Lecture and Film Screening, “The Brothers: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in Albany,” with Brian Keough, Chair, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University during Albany and members of The Brothers. Join us to learn some-more about Albany’s story of a Civil Rights Movement and an romantic organisation called The Brothers by a documentary film and a row discussion. Free admission. 125 Washington Avenue, Albany.
Wednesday, Jan. 20
COHOES BOARD OF EDUCATION: Cohoes City School District Board of Education unchanging meeting, 6 p.m., Cohoes Middle School Library.
MYSTERY BOOK CLUB: Popular author J. D. Robb’s “Naked in Death,” will be a thesis of a Mystery Book Club during a Cohoes Public Library on Jan 20 during 10:30 a.m. Robb, also famous as Nora Roberts, introduces Eve Dallas, a NYPSD carnage investigator in 2058. This is a initial book of a “in Death” array that now numbers over good over 3 dozen titles. How has a destiny influenced investigating? Is it for softened or worse? What do we cruise of Eve Dallas? Join us and share your thoughts. See www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org for more.
MONTREAL TRIP: La Fédération franco-américaine du New York is sponsoring a smashing train outing to Montréal from May 13-16, 2016. The cost includes round-trip engine coach, 3 nights during a Springhill Suites Old Montréal; smorgasboard breakfast any day; a organisation cooking Friday night; a half-day sightseeing debate of Montréal; and a sugarine shed knowledge during Sucrerie De La Montagne, that includes a horse-drawn automobile debate and a normal robust French Canadian lunch with live music. A deposition of $100 is due during a time of booking; payments are non-refundable; termination word is available. Prices per chairman are: Single: $855, Double $590, Triple $540, Quad $510. For some-more information, or to pointer up, call Lisa Laforest during Plaza Travel, 785-3338.
REVITALIZING A CITY’S SOUL: If we trust that art can reanimate a city’s soul, come and check out Choose Cohoes for Art. A organisation of both artists and non-artists alike, members trust that art is a approach to renovate a city. We are looking for uninformed ideas and assistance in implenting them. Interested? Check us out on a second Monday of a month during Ragged Edge Studios, 137 Remsen St., Cohoes during 6 p.m. Questions? Send to info@ChooseCohoesForArt.org and check out a Choose Cohoes for Art FaceBook page.
JEWELS OF THE SEA: The ”Jewels of a Sea” seashell vaunt will be open a third Saturday and Sunday of any month, Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit, located during Discovery Hall, Second Street, Troy, is an try dedicated to systematic exploration, discovery, and reconnecting of people with a healthy world. Wheelchair accessible. Admission is $5 for Adults; $2 for students 12 and older; Free for kids 11 and under. We are wheelchair accessible. Call 669-0043 for some-more information.
THE BOOK SELLER: The BookSeller, sponsored by a Friends of a Troy Public Library, is located during a Lansingburgh Branch during 114th Street and 4th Avenue. Hours are Wednesdays from 2 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It offers several thousand kindly used books during discount prices. Most of a tough cover books are fifty cents. Soft cover books are twenty 5 cents. The BookSeller also has a collection of videos, audio cassettes, and records, as good as a preference of Friends’ signature products including tee-shirts, receptacle bags, mugs, and note cards.
FREE HOME BIBLE STUDY: A good approach to investigate by a Bible during your convenience. Exciting and ominous investigate that could change your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellowship. For some-more information call 885-3149.
CHAIR YOGA: Yoga is a prominence reliever. It improves balance, coherence and strength. When total with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even some-more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear lax wardrobe and let’s widen and relax. Classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays during 10 a.m. during Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton. Join during any time. Yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If we have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch after exercise, greatfully hit a core during 279-3413.
PITTSTOWN SENIORS: The city of Pittstown Seniors reason their monthly meetings on a initial Wednesday of a month starting with a lonesome plate luncheon during noon. T.O.P. S meetings are reason during a Raymertown Fire House on Mason Lane. All seniors 55 or over are invited to attend.
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Knitting Club now any Thursday 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Story Times, Thursdays 10:30 a.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy.
WATERVLIET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The church operates a Fabulous Finds Thrift Store, that is open any Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fabulous Finds accepts clean, unsoiled clothing. The church is located during 1401 First Avenue, Watervliet. For some-more information, greatfully call 273-0191, Ext. 4.
CAPITAL VIEW TOASTMASTERS CLUB: It is some-more than usually open speaking, Learn a accumulation of communication and care skills. Capital View Toastmasters Club meets a initial and third Wednesday of any month from noon to 1 p.m. during a East Greenbush Library. Contact capitalview.toastmastersclubs.org.
WEEKLY CAR CRUISE: DJ John’s Cruizin’ Route 4, any Friday, 5 to 9 p.m., during The Eatery’s pushing range, 391 Rt. 4, East Greenbush. Any aged automobile welcome. One giveaway ice cream cone per car, 50/50 raffles and “The Weekly Eatery Pick and DJ Pick.” For some-more information, call DJ John during 857-7583.
FREE SPIRIT FELLOWSHIP: Free Spirit Fellowship of Watervliet is now holding services Thursday evenings At 7 p.m. in a United Methodist Church, 1401 1st Avenue. For serve info, greatfully call 961-3464.
BINGO: Bingo is behind during Manchester Eagles, Route 11/30, Manchester Center, Vt., second and fourth Tuesdays of a month. Doors open during 5:45 p.m. and Early Bird starts 6:45 p.m. Any questions call 802-375-2801 or 802-362-2025.
ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: The International Center of a Capital Region is initiating a Capital Region Immigration Oral History Project, that will collect and safety a first-hand interviews of Capital Region immigrants. If we would like to share your newcomer experience, hit a International Center during 708-7608 or email@example.com
YEAR-ROUND RECYCLING: Zion’s United Church of Christ of Taborton receives a following equipment for recycling in a Blue Box subsequent to a front doorway of a Church Hall: clothing, belts, blankets, drapery, hats, palm bags, interconnected shoes, sheets, sneakers, towels and pressed animals. In a Greenfiber immature recycling container, in a church parking lot, a church receives newspapers, phone books, bureau paper, cardboard, cereal boxes, magazines, brownish-red paper bags and construction paper. Donate all used equipment to Doors of Hope in West Sand Lake. Donate used seat to a seat module of Troy Area United Ministries. Call TAUM during 274-5920, ext. 204, Tiara Burnett, to arrange for a collect up.
FOOD PANTRY: Faith’s Pantry during Grace Church, 34 Third St. is open by appointment. The puncture food cupboard is open from 10 a.m. to noon any Friday. The cupboard is also open 7 to 8 p.m. on a third Thursday of any month and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on a fourth Thursday of any month. To make an appointment, call 237-7370.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Saratoga County Office for a Aging needs volunteers to assistance broach dishes to home-bound seniors via Saratoga County. Delivery takes about an hour. Training/orientation provided. Call Billie Jo or Carmella during a Office for a Aging during 363-4020 or 363-4033 for details.
GUIDED MEDITATION CLASSES: The Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, will offer Guided Meditation Classes led by Michael Fuselli on Thursdays, Jan 7 to Feb 25 from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Sessions embody simple guided imagining instruction, use and discussion. Learn how this technique helps revoke prominence and urge energy, focus, self-esteem, balance, self-control, softened health, relationships, capability and many more. Beginners are always welcome. Free and open to all. No registration is required. This module is giveaway and open to a public. This is a drop-in category and no registration is needed.
LIBRARY YOGA PROGRAM: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch, 27 114th Street, Troy, in and with a Troy YMCA, will offer Yoga classes on Wednesdays, Jan 6 to Feb 10 during 5:45 p.m. This is an all turn yoga category that will buoy your physique and revoke stress. You will knowledge normal yoga poses, stretching, respirating and decrease techniques that will urge your flexibility, balance, strength and altogether wellness. Please pierce your possess mat. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 235-5310.
ZUMBA AT THE LIBRARY: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch, 27 114th Street, Troy, in and with a Troy YMCA, will offer Zumba Fitness classes on Mondays, Jan 4 to Feb 8 during 5:45 p.m. Come for one hour of fun, aerobic dancing. Burn calories and carve your physique to sparkling general rhythms. This category will be taught by a approved Zumba instructor. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 235-5310.
FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPROV: Character Creation is one of 4 rotating Fundamentals classes. Explore how to pierce fascinating, loyal characters to life. Not usually for improvisors. Enriching for script-based actors and writers too. Four sessions, commencement on Jan 6, 7-9 PM. $100. Mopco Studio, 309 Union St. Schenectady. Register during www.mopco.org.
NURTURE BY NATURE: The Lower Adirondack Arts Council, is unapproachable to benefaction “Nuture by Nature,” a Fine Art Exhibition during Lapham Gallery. The vaunt facilities a artworks of Anne Havel (Pawlet, VT), Treha Myth Downey (Troy, NY), Jeanne Noordsy (Glens Falls, NY), and Colleen O’Hara (Otego, NY). Nurture by Nature facilities artworks that emerge as a outcome of any artist’s possess sensibilities and inspirations- that might directly anxiety inlet in some approach or describes a artist’s possess personal thoughts or earthy movement. Nature by Nature starts Friday, Jan 15, with a Gallery Talk with participating artists during 5 p.m. followed with an Opening Reception until 7 p.m. during LARAC’s Lapham Gallery, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls. It is giveaway and open to a open with refreshments and live song achieved by Kim Skoll. Artworks are on arrangement in Lapham Gallery until Feb 12 along with a special arrangement of artworks by a World Awareness Children’s Museum on a Community Exhibit Wall.
ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL: Eight Plays created by 8 playwrights, destined by 8 directors all achieved any dusk during Sand Lake Center for a Arts. Join Circle Theatre Players as they benefaction a 3rd Original One Act Play Festival on Jan 21, 22, and 23, during 7:30 p.m. and Jan 24 during 2:30 p.m. Comedies, Dramas, Mysteries, It’s all a surprise. All plays will contest for prizes. Tickets are $12 adults, $8 underneath 18. Prepaid reservations can be done during www.slca-ctp.org or 674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, is entirely disabled permitted , with giveaway parking.
CHENEY LIBRARY LEGO CLUB: The Lego Club during Cheney Library will accommodate Jan 8 and 22; Feb 5 and 19; Mar 4 and 18. This bar is good for Fifth and Sixth Graders. It meets from 4 until 5 p.m. with snacks. Take a train from Hoosick Falls Central School and get forsaken off during a library. Then have a primogenitor collect we adult during 5 p.m. Come and have lots of Lego fun.
BEGINNING FARMERS’ WORKSHOP: Room is still permitted for a seminar array that helps commencement farmers pierce their businesses forward. The seminar is designed for commencement farmers who have been handling (whether we possess your possess business or work for someone) a plantation business for 4 to 7 years. Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators, guest speakers and participants will share and learn during a workshop. The seminar starts on Wednesday, Jan 6 and will continue on Jan 13 and 27 and Feb 3, 10 and 17 during a Extension Education Center located during 479 Rte. 66, Hudson. The workshops start during 9:30 a.m. and interpretation during 3 p.m. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. There is no cost to attend in this workshop, though space is limited. You might register online during https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/BF_Workshop_Series_201. To register by phone or email, hit Tove Ford during 765-3518 or by email during firstname.lastname@example.org.Registration deadline is Jan 3.
PRACTICAL AFFIRMATIVE PRAYER: Are we prepared to get results? A category on unsentimental certain request starts Jan 5 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., hosted by Albany-Saratoga Spiritual Adventures during Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs. During this 4-week class, students will benefit discernment into recovering certain prayer, how it works and how to do it in sequence to emanate a new knowledge in their lives. Suggested donation: $80 for a series. To pointer up, call 423-3569. For some-more information, revisit www.newthoughtnewyork.org.
FARM TRANSITION PLANNING COURSE: Creating a transition devise to make certain a plantation continues as a prolific business can be challenging. Farm women can learn how to devise a successful plantation transition in a five-session march offering by a Cornell Cooperative Extension Capital Area Agricultural and Horticultural Program (CAAHP). The “Managing for Today and Tomorrow: Farm Transition Planning” program, will start on Saturday, Jan 30, 2016, and will be reason during CCE Washington County, Annex II, 215 Lower Main Street, Hudson Falls. The cost is $100 per person, that includes a workbook with fact sheets, hands-on activities and a meal. Sessions will start any week during 9:30 a.m, finishing during 2 p.m. Farm women might register online at: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/MTT_Hudson_Falls_201 You might also register by contacting Tove Ford during 765-3518 or email@example.com.
NORTH COUNTRY ARTS: NorthCountryARTS presents a colourful watercolor paintings of Darlene Van Sickle during a Second Floor Gallery during City Hall, located during 42 Ridge Street in Glens Falls. A proprietor of Saratoga County, Darlene reflects her adore of a outdoors, of equine racing, and of a pretentious Adirondacks in her paintings. The uncover runs from Monday, Jan 4, to Friday, Jan 29, 2016, and has an artists’ usurpation with refreshments on Friday, Jan 8, from 5 to 7 p.m. The eventuality is giveaway and a open is invited to come and accommodate and pronounce to a artist. The Gallery is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM: The Hudson River Valley Greenway and a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (HRVNHA) are gratified to announce a accessibility of $60,000 in relating grants by a 2016 Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Heritage Development Grant Program. This annual extend module offers appropriation for programming, interpretation, and selling projects that support a mutual goals of a HRVNHA and applicants. Grants will typically operation from $1,000 to $5,000. Projects that embody mixed partners will be authorised to accept some-more than $5,000. Grant module discipline and applications are permitted on a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area website: http://hudsonrivervalley.com/grants.aspx. Application deadline is 4 p.m., Feb 11, 2016.
LUPUS SCHOLARSHIP: The Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York is now usurpation applications for a Annual Lupus Scholarship. Applicants contingency accommodate a following qualifications: be diagnosed with lupus or be a child of a chairman diagnosed with lupus; acceptance into Professional or Graduate School or be in Undergraduate School; a smallest of dual semesters of college completed; a accumulative GPA of 3.0 or aloft and a proprietor of one of a counties of Central or Northeastern New York (for sum see: lupusupstateny.org). The focus deadline is Jan 31, 2016. For information and applications call 800-300-4198.
A BRUSH WITH HEALING: Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, an associate of St. Peter’s Health Partners (SPHP) – a region’s largest, many extensive health complement – hosts “A Brush With Healing: The Art of Thriving in a Face of Life Other Catastrophes,” an muster featuring fluent humanities painter, author, and breast cancer survivor Letitia Splain Dayer, from Thursday, Dec. 3 by Thursday, Feb. 18, during 1270 Belmont Ave., Schenectady. The muster will prominence Dayer’s works by her tour of learning, expansion and recovering from her diagnosis of cancer by to her diagnosis and cure. The muster and usurpation are both open to a public, giveaway of charge. Viewing is permitted during business hours. For some-more information, greatfully hit a Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation during 382-4586.
SCHOOL’S OUT SCIENCE DAY CAMPS: Do we have skeleton for your child during a winter mangle from school? SUNY Poly CMOST School’s Out Science Day Camps for a winter mangle are 3 days of scholarship adventures where children get to explore, learn and suppose a universe of science. They will have an eventuality to explore, learn and suppose a universe of scholarship during a day of camp. Each day has a scholarship thesis and is packaged with activities, experiments, projects, creativity and games. The 3 days of scholarship adventures are: Monday, Dec 28 – “Cool” Science: Explore a scholarship of winter; Tuesday, Dec 29 – A Factory for Toys: Create toys that spin, fly and race; Wednesday, Dec 30 – Kids Design: Design building structures. For some-more information go to: http://www.cmost.org/camps/vacation_camp.php or call 235-2120.
CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORKSHOP: Have we been handling (whether we possess your possess business or work for someone) a plantation business for 4 to 7 years? If we have, are we during a place where you’re seeking these questions: Where am we during with a business? Where do we go from here? What is a best march for a business? Are my marketplace channels operative for me? All of these questions and others will be discussed during a 6 week seminar starting on Wednesday, Jan 6, and stability on Jan 13 and 27 and Feb 3, 10 and 17 during a Extension Education Center located during 479 Rte. 66, Hudson. The workshops will start during 9:30 a.m. and will interpretation during 3 p.m. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. There is no cost to attend in this workshop, though space is limited. You might register online during https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/BF_Workshop_Series_201. To register by phone or email, hit Tove Ford during 765-3518. Tove’s Email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Accommodations for persons with special needs might be requested by contacting a Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County during 518-765-3518 by a Jan 3, 2016 registration deadline.
BENNINGTON PRINTMAKERS SHOW: The Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE) presents “Training Wheels” an muster of imitation work by 10 modernized printmaking students from Bennington College during a North Bennington Train Depot. The uncover will open with a usurpation on Wednesday, Dec 2, starting during 7:30 p.m. The students in this year’s Advanced Printmaking march during Bennington, taught by expertise member Thorsten Dennerline, have due and executed projects of their possess design. Sarah Goone, Aminata De Groot, Sarah Madden, Duncan Bullen, Cian Costello, Jasper McMahon, Samuel Burhoe, Justine Kefauver, Lily Nichols Moore, and Farah Mohammad will benefaction these projects in a accumulation of media, including intaglio, xylograph relief, lithography, silkscreen, artists’ books, and art objects. This year’s muster is VAEs and a imitation department’s initial use of a Train Depot, that has offering a students a new venue to cruise building and ascent their work. Selected works are for sale and a cost list is available. For other exhibits, events, classes and workshops during a VAE, greatfully call 802-442-5549 or revisit vtartxchange.org.
120° INTERCOLLEGIATE ARTS REGIONAL: LARAC, The Lower Adirondack Arts Council, is partnering with associate not for distinction humanities organizations of a Capitol District – Saratoga Arts and a Arts Center of a Capitol Region – to enhance their intercollegiate art foe into a 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional. Beginning in 2016, a 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional will be hosted by a opposite partnering classification (LARAC, Saratoga Arts, and a Arts Center of a Capitol Region) any year showcasing a best artworks by collegiate students in a region. The 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional was named for a radius stretch around Glens Falls and is also a array for a estimate visible camber of a tellurian eye – that is essential when on a hunt for good artistic talent. For 2016 a 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional will be hosted during LARAC’s Lapham Gallery with Erin Coe, Director of a Hyde Collection as a initial juror. 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional is an open thesis and middle competition. Artists contingency be now enrolled during a college or university within 120 miles of Glens Falls, NY (December 2015 graduates are eligible) and contingency yield a name of a expertise member during their establishment as reference. Deadline to request is Jan 28, 2016. Students contingency fill out an online entrance form permitted during www.larac.org by clicking ‘Artist Opportunities’ and send adult to 6 artworks to 120ArtRegional@gmail.com Applicants should examination a entrance discipline before entering artworks. Questions about a 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional can be destined to Jenny Hutchinson, Gallery Coordinator, email@example.com or call 798-1144 ext.5
HOLIDAY BAZAAR/PET FOOD DRIVE: The clinging members of a Women’s Guild of St. Peter Armenian Church are operative tirelessly to ready a epicurean flavors we can suffer during a Annual Holiday Bazaar set to take place on Dec 5-6 in a Gdanian Auditorium, St. Peter Armenian Church, 100 Troy-Schenectady Road, Watervliet. This two-day eventuality facilities a accumulation of tasty Armenian dishes to suffer on site or to take home and batch your freezer, a pet food expostulate to support internal animal rescue shelters (donations might be forsaken off during bazaar), low-pitched celebration caroling, a caricaturist, vendors for your holiday selling pleasures, and a raffle to be drawn on Dec 6 with 3 propitious winners. Winners need not be benefaction during time of drawing. Of course, this Holiday Bazaar wouldn’t be finish but a revisit from Santa Claus. The eventuality is open to a public; access and parking are giveaway of charge. Sponsorship opportunities are permitted during several levels. Seeking vendors. If meddlesome and for some-more information, hit a church bureau during 274-3673. Pet food donations will be supposed now by Dec 6 during a church.
CALL FOR PRESENTERS: Are we a master tutor or a talent expansion veteran who wants to boost your form and give behind to a village of training in a Capital Region? Are we a pro during delivering engaging, interactive workshops that surprise and inspire? If so, contention a Call for Presenters focus now for a Hudson-Mohawk Chapter for a Association of Talent Development (formerly ASTD) annual Talent Development Summit to be reason May 13, 2016, during a Hilton Garden Inn in Troy. By delivering a seminar during a HMATD Talent Development Summit, you’ll have a good height for substantiating yourself as a suspicion personality among your peers, intensity employers, and clients. Are we vehement yet? Please go to your creative, happy place and fill out a Call for Presenter focus right away. The deadline is Dec 11. For some-more information on ATD and to perspective a CFP, go to www.hmatd.org
NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM: The New York State Museum exhibition, The Coast a Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America, facilities a accumulation of sea and nautical design from a New-York Historical Society. On arrangement by Feb 21, 2016, a muster facilities some-more than 50 paintings, many of that etch New York State scenes including a Port of New York and a Hudson River. Several nautical artifacts will also be on exhibit, embody an engraved whale’s tooth scrimshaw from a mid-19th century and a china arrangement tureen commemorating acts of aplomb during a War of 1812. Located on Madison Avenue in Albany, a Museum is open Tuesday by Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is sealed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. Further information about programs and events can be achieved by job 474-5877 or visiting a Museum website during www.nysm.nysed.gov.
HOLIDAY PARTIES AT LARAC: LARAC, The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council’s Lapham Gallery located during 7 Lapham Place in Glens Falls is permitted for let for your personal and business Holiday Party. Starting in Nov a Lapham Gallery will be remade into a gratifying Holiday Shop showcasing strange regionally done present equipment that will be permitted for squeeze during a party. Rental for parties of adult to 50 people is $50/hr and includes a services of one LARAC staff member. Contact LARAC for information on parties of over 50 people. To book your eventuality Contact Candice Frye, Community Outreach Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or 798-1144 ext. 4.
IMPROV CLASSES: “Improv is a good approach to disencumber up, learn your middle comic, accommodate fascinating people, and many of all, have fun.” Members of a Mop Bucket Co. will be on palm during a Sand Lake Center for a Arts to deliver we to a basis of this smashing art form. Something new any week. If you’ve never taken an improv class, or if we have, and wish to play, this is a category for you. $100 for a array of 4 or $30 each. Prepaid registration online during slca-ctp.org or by job 674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY43, Averill Park, and is entirely disabled permitted with copiousness of giveaway parking.
FESTIVAL CELEBRATION CHOIR: The Festival Celebration Choir welcomes new singers and invites all former singers to re-join for a 30th year of concerts and celebrations. Rehearsals are Mondays, 7 to 9:15 p.m., commencement Sept. 14 during First Lutheran Church of Albany, 181 Western Ave. The initial of dual vital concerts of a year is Sunday, Dec 6. Please hit Donald Drew, during email@example.com, 274-9966 or Festival Celebration Choir, P.O. Box 3731, Albany, 12203.
COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Cohoes Public Library, in and with a Cohoes Senior Center, invites seniors to take a outpost to a library on a initial and third Wednesday of a month. They can peruse a books, use a computer, attend in a knitting/crocheting group, join a special book bar (the 3rd Wednesday of a month) and attend in other specifically designed programs. There will be assistance in signing adult for library cards and in use of a computers. Additional info on a website and Facebook.