Best Armenian Food Bazaar
Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church is having their Fall Food Bazaar at 255 Spring Avenue, Troy, on Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20, from 12pm to 4pm both days. Delicious Dolma (Stuffed Peppers) and beef Kebab dinners will be available for take-out ONLY.
Pre-orders for Lahmejune (Armenian meat pie) can be placed by calling the church at 518-274-1477. A variety of Armenian appetizers and pastries will also be offered in handy take-out containers. Stock up for the Holidays at the Best Armenian Food Bazaar!
ICC Annual Spaghetti & Meatball Supper Fundraiser
The Election Eve tradition continues – The Annual Italian Community Center (ICC) Spaghetti & Meatball Supper to benefit the ICC Soup Kitchen, Street Warriors and the Father Harry Scholarship at LaSalle Institute will be held on Monday, November 7, 2022, from 4 – 7 pm at the Italian Community Center, 1450 5th Avenue, Troy NY.
The Dinner Only event will be Eat In or Take Out and includes, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Salad, Bread and Dessert. Cost is a $10 donation for Adults and $5 for Children. No pre-ordering needed.
Thank you as always for supporting this tradition and the Soup Kitchen at the ICC.
Hope’s Kitchen Free Community Dinner Thursday, November 3rd
Enjoy a delicious fall dinner, sit-down or take-out, on Thursday, November 3rd with Hope’s Kitchen at Cornerstone Community Church of Lansingburgh.
Hope’s Kitchen, a ministry of Hope Lutheran Church and Cornerstone Community Church will be offering a free community dinner served at Cornerstone, 570 3rd Ave., Troy.
The dinner will be a sit-down meal, with an option for take-out if preferred, from 3 to 6 PM. On the menu: Beef Stew, tossed salad, bread and butter, and sheet cake for dessert, with coffee and tea for those dining in. Fee will donations are gratefully accepted.
Reservations are required for either eat-in or take-out dinners. Deadline is Friday, October 28. Call (518) 235-851 for reservations and specify number of meals, eat-in or take-out
Zion’s UCC of Taborton Holiday Bazaar
Join us from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, November 12th for our annual holiday bazaar at 741 Taborton Road, Sand Lake, for many of your holiday needs, including holiday décor & gifts, Christmas wrapping paper, cards, and supplies.
Visit our baked goods table, children’s craft table and enjoy our homemade soups, sandwiches, hotdogs, and slice of apple pie for lunch. Whole apple pies are available to take home. Raffle items include gift certificates to local businesses.
Election Day Dinner
TROY- The Polish American Club, 07 First St. Troy is having their Annual Election Day Dinner, Nov 8, 2022. 2-7PM.
Dinners for Take-out or Eat In. Polish Plate $13 or Spaghetti and Meatballs $11. Call 518-272-2676.
Wreaths Across America Roast Beef Dinner
The American Legion Post 1489 at 111 Main Ave. in Wynantskill will be holding our 6th annual roast beef dinner to benefit Wreaths Across America on Saturday, November 5th from 1pm to 6pm.
This year’s event will be takeout with a dine-in option available by advance reservation only. Dinner will include roast beef, gravy, potato, mixed vegetables and roll for $17. We encourage you to place your order well in advance as this has been a sellout every year, and walk-in orders will not be guaranteed. You may call 518-227-7438 to reserve your dinner.
All proceeds will go to the purchase of wreaths to be placed on veterans’ graves at Saratoga National Cemetery on Saturday, December 17th.
If you wish to make a donation to help us meet our goal of 600 wreaths this year, you may make donations in person at the post or go online to Wreaths Across America.org and use our fundraising group ID #NY0160. We hope you can join us and thank you for your support!
Brooks BBQ at Schodack Valley Volunteer Fire Company
Please support our 2nd annual Brooks Chicken BBQ on Saturday, October 29th held at our fire station at 1553 Schodack Valley Rd. Castleton NY 12033. This is a take out only event. Pre orders are Required. You can pre order via email by using Schodack Valley Fire Company’s dedicated email address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or you can call 518-477-5533 to pre order on phone. Hours are 3 to 6pm. The meal includes half chicken,baked potato,coleslaw and dessert. Please don’t delay your pre order.
Last year we had to unfortunately turn people away. Thanks again for your continued support of our fire company. The cost is $14 cash and carry per dinner.
Gilead’s Body and Soul Pantry,
October 27, 2022
We are once again back to our 3:00-6:00 PM hours. I know many of you are also happy to hear that we are serving dinners back in the Fellowship Hall. We will continue to do so as long as the covid threat is low.
This month we will be serving roast loin of pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, and butternut squash. Dessert will be apple crisp, which we know everyone loves.
Everyone knows where we are located but I will give the information for those people who may be visiting us for the first time.
We are located in the Fellowship Hall of Gilead Lutheran Church. You will find church at the intersection of Routes 7 & 278 in Center Brunswick.
SVFD Roast Beef Dinner Fundraiser
Come out and support the Stephentown Volunteer Fire Department at our annual Roast Beef Dinner fundraiser on Saturday, October 22 from 4 PM to 7 PM at the Stephentown Fire Hall at 35 Grange Hall Road. Take-out is available for $20/meal.
All-you-can eat dine-in prices are $20 for ages 11+; $10 for ages 2-10. The meal includes roast beef, potatoes, vegetables, coleslaw, roles, and delicious homemade pie.
Election Day Soup Sale
The Women’s Guild of St. Michael the Archangel Parish delicious Election Day Soup Sale is back on November 8, 2022. The sale starts at 9:00 AM until their sold out so come early and enjoy their offerings. The sale is held at St Michael’s, 175 Williams Road, in the gathering area.
The Guild offers many flavorful soups including Cream of Broccoli, Loaded Potato Soup, Beef Chili, Beef Barley, Turkey Chili, Pasta Faggioli, Tomato, Clam Chowder, Chicken Vegetable, Butternut Squash and Minestrone. The cost is $7.00/container with crackers and cookie included.
Walk ins welcome and if you would like to pre order please call Caroline at (518) 273-2836. All preorders must be picked up by 12:00PM.
Come to St. Henry’s Knights of Columbus Great Spaghetti Dinner
The Knights of Columbus at St. Henry’s Church on Old Route 66 in Averill Park will be holding a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, October 22th. This will be a DRIVE- THROUGH- TAKE -OUT ONLY.
We will be serving spaghetti, meatballs, salad, and bread. The price of the dinner is $9.00 for adults, $3 for children under 12, or $20 per family (2 adults with children).
Pick-up time begins at 4:30 pm through 6:00 pm. We would greatly appreciate early pre-orders between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm the day of the dinner by calling or texting (518) 322-9583. Please leave your name, phone number, the number of dinners you would like, and the time you will be picking them up.
Thank you for your support, the proceeds help the Knights of Columbus to provide assistants to many charitable programs.
For more information, call (518) 322-9583.
Reformed Dutch Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill’s Annual Turkey Dinner
The Reformed Dutch Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill will be holding it’s annual turkey dinner, for take-out only.
The dinner will be held on Saturday, October 22nd, with three pick up times offered, starting at 4 pm, 4:45pm and 5:30pm. The cost is $15 for adults and $7 for children, ages 6 – 12. The dinner will include turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, squash, green beans, cranberry sauce, a roll and a piece of apple pie for dessert. Gluten-free is available upon request.
Reservations are required. Please call 518-732-7345, or 518-732-7500, to reserve your dinner. If no answer, please leave a message.
Located at 902 Schodack Landing Rd, Schodack Landing, (the intersection of Schodack Landing Rd and Muitzeskill Rd.)
Glendora Vegeterian Club
If you dial the if you dial the Christian Science Sentinel Watch, the message will help you with cheer, happiness, fulfillment and love. Last week Helene Douglas told about a Viet Nam veteran who believed in killing. As part of his class, he brought chickens to show his students how to kill them in the most cruel way. Helene said to herself that this was not for her, and she stepped aside. In a moment or two, a second person stepped aside with her. Then came another, and finally everybody stepped aside. After the class, the Viet Nam Green Beret asked Helene if she would take a walk with him. He said he had noticed that she had stepped aside, that he had thought about it and decided that he was wrong to do the killing and would never do it again. This is a lesson in veganism. Veganism is kindness. You do not hurt anybody. As the Bible says, “Be ye blameless and harmless, as a child of God, without rebuke.”
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