Joe Johnson Photographs, Paintings and Plants at Sand Lake Center for the Arts Gallery
SAND LAKE – Come check out Joe’s work and pick up something special for your garden! Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 3pm through the end of June.
Capital Region Social Happenings© June Concert Series Announced
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Friday Night Events at 7 pm at 435 New Karner Road (Hanover Square Offices and Apts) at “Hill” door entrance. Weather permitting these events will be held outside. Open to the public at large.
Friday, June 4th – John McIntosh will perform your favorite songs on guitar. This event is held in Colonie, We comply with all CDC and NYS Covid requirements for safety. Masks are not required if you have proof of vaccination. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside). If the weather is great, the performance will be held outdoors at the rear performance area.
Friday Night – June 11th – Kevin Harder, Area Elvis Tribute Artist will perform your favorite Presley songs. If you miss this event you’re bound to be “All Shook Up”. This event is held in Colonie, We comply with all CDC and NYS Covid requirements for safety. Masks are not required if you have proof of vaccination. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside). If the weather is great, the performance will be held outdoors at the rear performance area.
Friday Night – June 18th – Enjoy an evening of music. Pat Andreoli will perform an evening of jazz vocals and hits from the big band era. This event is held in Colonie, We comply with all CDC and NYS Covid requirements for safety. Masks are not required if you have proof of vaccination. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside). If the weather is great, the performance will be held outdoors at the rear performance area.
Friday Night – June 25th – Donna Lee will entertain us with a variety popular songs. She is also a Janis Joplin Tribute Artist and will allow you to experience that era all over again. This event is held in Colonie, We comply with all CDC and NYS Covid requirements for safety. Masks are not required if you have proof of vaccination. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside). If the weather is great, the performance will be held outdoors at the rear performance area.
Saturday June 26 at 2 pm – The Colonie Village Singers will entertain us with a variety of songs and there are many that you can sing-along with. You can even get up and dance to the music. This group has appeared at many venues and have delighted many residents of senior centers. This event is held in Colonie, We comply with all CDC and NYS Covid requirements for safety. Masks are not required if you have proof of vaccination. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside). If the weather is great, the performance will be held outdoors at the rear performance area.
July 4th Extravaganza is scheduled for Sunday, July 4th. The event starts at noon with a lunch (and grill) starting at 1 pm. At 2:30 pm we will be entertained by Miss Carla Page to get the party started. There will be a designated dance area. Also available will be card and board games as well as some outdoor games. “Leftovers” will be served to start off the evening with a campfire and stories. Hanover Square Bldg. at 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door entrance if inside).R.S.V.P by June 25th. $14 covers the entire day’s activities. Bring a folding chair for a spot to relax.
Mailing address: P. O. Box 12511, Albany NY 12212
Location: 435 New Karner Road (Hill Door Entrance), Albany (Colonie), NY 12205. Office Phone: 518-452-6883
Capital Region Social Happenings is a registered name of Singles Outreach Services, Inc. and is a NYS non-profit organization.
Emergency Food Collection Saturday
NORTH GREENBUSH – On Saturday, June 5 from 10am to 2pm there will be a food collection event at Hope Lutheran Church, 470 Winter Street Extension in North Greenbush. In addition, there will be a bake sale with all receipts being divided between CoNSERNS-U and Doors of Hope food pantries.
This event will be entirely outdoors in the church parking lot. To join this important event, just fill a bag with non-perishable food items and bring them to the parking lot. There will be people on hand to accept your donations.
While you may think that the pandemic crisis has passed due to some opening announcements, the fact is the crisis is not over. There are still many people out of work, many people that are just squeaking by on what little they have. These people and these food pantries are in need. We have food-challenged people in all our neighborhoods, and this is your chance to help. We’re not asking a lot, just a little from many of you and then there will be a lot. For additional information, or any questions call Jim at 518-210-3289. Thank you, see you soon!
Yard Sale at The Reformed Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill
SCHODACK – The Reformed Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill (902 Schodack Landing Rd, Schodack Landing) is having a Yard Sale on June 5th from 9am-3pm. We are accepting donations of items in good condition. We are unable to accept large furniture or appliances. Donations can be dropped off under the church pavilion at any time.
Brunswick Historical Society Presents
BRUNSWICK – Kathryn Sheehan, Rensselaer County and Troy City Historian will give an illustrated lecture on the history of agriculture in Rensselaer County including commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the first Rensselaer County Agricultural Fair on June 7th at 7PM. This program will be at the Brunswick Community Center located on Keyes Lane. Please call for reservations. Space will be limited. RSVP by Friday, June 4. Call 518-279-4024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be following CDC protocols.
Music In The Park – Rensselaer County Rensselaer Senior Center Proudly Presents 2021 Summer Concert Series
RENSSELAER – June 7th Opening Night w/Donny Elvis. Sponsored By Blue Shield of NY; June 14th Nightshift. Sponsored By Walter S Pratt and Sons Inc.; June 21st John Hill Live. Sponsored By Walter S Pratt And Sons Inc.; June 28th Winchester And Young. Sponsored By Rich Siek in Memory of Andrea Siek; July 5th Hands of Time, Sponsored By Walter S Pratt and Sons Inc.; July 12th The Lustre Kings. Sponsored By Millienia Housing Management Ltd; July 19th Joes Boys. Sponsored By Rensselaer County Rensselaer Senior Center; July 26th Gone Grey. Sponsored By Clear Captions FREE Captioning Phone; August 2nd Donny Elvis. Sponsored By CDPHP; August 9th Kyle Bourgault Acoustic Live. Sponsored By Rensselaer County Legislator Chair and City of Rensselaer Mayor Michael Stammel … From 6 PM to 8 PM, Riverfront Park Rensselaer NY. Rain Date Is The Following Night
We would like to thank all of our sponsors. Without you this series wouldn’t be happening. Call 518-463-2166 For More Info.
Community Caregivers June 2021 Volunteer Orientation Sessions
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Can you spare an hour or two a month to help your community? Our volunteers make friendly phone calls & visits, grocery shop and drive our neighbors* to medical appointments.
Orientation is a first step in volunteering with us. Please allow 45 minutes. Please register at the email below or by calling 518-456-2898.
Individual sessions are available upon request by emailing Meredith Osta at:
Tuesday June 8th & Thursday June 17th 12 p.m. via Zoom Link to be sent via email prior to the session
We look forward to meeting you! *Serving Albany & Rensselaer Counties
Community Caregivers is a non-profit agency supported by community donations, and grants from The Albany County Department for Aging, the NYS Department of Health and Office for the Aging & the U.S. Administration on Aging.
Join Sand Lake Historical Society for a Presentation by Kathy Sheehan
SAND LAKE – Join Sand Lake Historical Society at June 8 at 7 pm at Sand Lake Town Hall for a presentation by Kathy Sheehan. – Kathryn Sheehan is a native of Rensselaer County; her ancestors settled in Sand Lake in the 1760’s. Kathy started as an intern in 1987 at the Hart Cluett Museum while a student in the public history program a SUNY Albany. Kathy has lectured widely on a number of local history topics and has been featured on local and National PBS , the History Channel and Russian and Japanese television. She is currently finishing work on her publication, “Architecture Worth Saving in Rensselaer County, 50 years later” which she will share. Call for reservations at 518 527-9926. Like us at FB or Sandlakehistory.org
BIANYS Annual Conference & Medical Symposium
CAPITAL DISTRICT – The Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) is pleased to host our Annual Conference and Medical Symposium virtually again for 2021! We cannot wait to be back together again in person for 2022. Until then we want to be sure to have a safe environment for all to enjoy on June 9, 10 and 11.
June 9 and 10 will feature our Annual Conference providing learning opportunities for all brain injury survivors, caregivers, brain injury service providers and professionals. We have James B. Durham, III, TBI Survivor, Founder of TBI One Love as our keynote speaker, presentations that include Hippotherapy: Equine Movement as a Therapy Tool, Effective Prosecution of a New York State Workers’ Compensation Claim For Brain Injury and more, as well as multiple panel discussions. This event will be hosted on the Pheedloop platform and is presented by Goldblatt & Associates, PC.
The Medical Symposium held on June 11, will focus on brain injury rehabilitation in 2021 and what it looks like in this new landscape. Join our expert presenters Brian S. Im, MD; Director of Brain Injury Rehabilitation at Rusk Rehabilitation, Sheryl Maier, MA, CCC-SLP; Speech-Language Pathologist, University of Rochester Medical Center, Amy Pacos-Martinez Psy.D; Director of the Integrated Cognitive Rehabilitation Program, University of Rochester Medical Center as well as others, to learn about COVID and its impacts on brain injury and treatments. This exciting day of learning is geared toward professionals in the brain injury community and those seeking a deeper understanding of what brain injury survivors face today.
“We have all learned so much in the last year about how to be sure we at BIANYS are there for our brain injury community. We are improving our knowledge daily and learning how to do things differently and better. This year we will bring you our Annual Conference and Medical Symposium virtually once again. We are so excited about the improvements on the platform and the incredible presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors that have helped make this virtual conference amazing,” said Eileen Reardon, BIANYS Executive Director. “We hope that next year we will once again all be together to celebrate the brain injury community.”
Thanks to the generous support and commitment of our sponsors, BIANYS can continue hosting this important conference for our brain injury survivors, their families, caregivers and professionals.
Those interested in participating in the Annual Conference and medical Symposium can visit www.bianys.org for more information.
Nature + Wellness Programs with Rensselaer Plateau Alliance
RENSSELAER COUNTY – Understanding Alzheimer’s And Dementia – a virtual program
Thursday, June 10, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. The Rensselaer Plateau Alliance teams up again with The Alzheimer’s Association for a special virtual event for those affected by dementia and their loved ones. Sana (of ALZ) and Molly (of RPA) invite you to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and how to prevent emotional burnout while dealing with this illness yourself or as a caregiver. The session will conclude with a Rensselaer Plateau nature-inspired guided visualization to try out what we learn and tend to our stressed-out nervous systems. This event is FREE and all are welcome. Pre-registration required. Learn more/register at www.rensselaerplateau.org, or by calling Sana Masih at 518-675-7214.
June Mindful Nature Walk – Poestenkill Community Forest — Saturday, June 12, 10 am – 12:30 pm. – With Molly Freiberg and Sandy Wilson. Nature has the ability to calm, inspire, and restore us in all seasons — so let’s take some much-needed time to receive what is offered. Join Sandy and Molly on a slow and gentle celebration of spring, opening our senses to all that we discover. Pre-registration required. Learn more/register at www.rensselaerplateau.org
Nopiates Healing Walk – Albert Family Community Forest, East Nassau – Sunday, June 13, 2 pm – 4:30 pm – The Rensselaer Plateau Alliance and The Nopiates Committee (Nopiates) are partnering for a Healing Mindful Nature Walk. We are all struggling with something. Time in nature has been shown to reduce stress, promote healing, and balance our mental health. If you are feeling the stress and mental health impact of the times, if you or a family member are struggling with addiction, or if you want to learn about a new healthy activity to support your recovery, you are warmly invited to join us. Pre-registration required. Learn more/register at www.rensselaerplateau.org
Virtual Education Progam: Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia – FREE Virtual Education Program presented by the Alzheimer’s Association of Northeastern New York in Partnership With The Rensselaer Plateau Alliance. Thursday, June 10 at 5:30 pm. Virtual via Zoom (participants may also dial in for audio).
RSVP at alz.org/CRF, via our 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900, or by contacting 518-675-7214.
Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause memory, thinking and behavior problems that interfere with daily living. Join us to learn how to recognize common signs of the disease; how to approach someone about memory concerns; the importance of early detection and benefits of a diagnosis; possible tests and assessments for the diagnostic process, and Alzheimer’s Association resources.
Antique Outboard Motor Swap Meet
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Sponsored by the Mohawk Hudson Chapter Of the Antique Outboard Motor Club, Inc. • Antique motor displays • Buy, sell or trade motors & parts • Get advice on your old motor • Identify your motor • Find sources for parts & services. Location: Tupper Lake Municipal Park, 17-19 Demars Blvd, Tupper Lake, New York 12986. Saturday, June 12th 2021. 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. For further information contact Michael Glenn 518-505-3558. Open to the General Public and no Admission Fee! Refreshments Available. (donations accepted).
The Capital District Humanist Society Presents: The Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Katherine Stewart is an investigative reporter who has covered religious liberty and controversies over the separation of church and state for over a decade. Her latest book, THE POWER WORSHIPPERS: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism, is a look at strategy meetings and at the most intriguing personalities of the movement that brought Donald Trump to power.
Stewart’s journalism appears in the New York Times op ed, NBC, The Washington Post, and The New Republic. Her web address is: https://katherinestewart.me/
This program will take place online, via Zoom, on Sunday, June 13th, 2021 at 1 PM. Current paid CDHS members will automatically receive an invite to the program via e mail.
If you are not a current paid member of CDHS, you can email Webmaster@nullhumanistsociety.org to request an invite. Please send the request several days prior.
NASSAU – Join us for an annual tradition. The annual strawberry festival at Grace United Methodist Church in Nassau. Enjoy fresh strawberries, homemade biscuits, and real whipped cream. **Due to Covid restrictions, this year’s event will be Take Out Only** Thursday, June 17th, 7:00pm. Grace Methodist Church, Route 20, Nassau. We missed 2020, so please join us !
Ecology Programs with Rensselaer Plateau Alliance
RENSSELAER COUNTY – Invasive Species On The Rensselaer Plateau, via Zoom—Thursday, June 17, 7 pm. Jennifer Dean is the Invasive Species Biologist for the New York Natural Heritage Program. She provides biological expertise for the state invasive species database, NY iMapInvasives. She will talk about identifying the many non-native species established in the region and some things we can do to reduce the extent of invasive species and their effects. Pre-registration required. Register at www.rensselaerplateau.org.
Stream Forensics – Barberville Falls Preserve, East Poestenkill--Saturday, June 19, 10 am – 12 pm. We invite you to join us as we visit the world of freshwater organisms living in our streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes! We will collect a variety of aquatic insects and do some basic field identification of these critters that call our watershed home. We’ll talk about the basics of collecting specimens, how to identify organisms at the family level, and the niches in a watershed lead to diversity of organisms. We’ll also discuss some of the basics of stream ecology, water quality protocols, and the importance of protecting our local streams. Please bring a mask, water, a snack, appropriate footwear and layers, a cushion or towel to kneel on, and your curiosity. Pre-registration required. Learn more/register at www.rensselaerplateau.org.
Free Concert at Sand Lake Center for the Arts
SAND LAKE – Keller & McGowan will be performing at SLCA on Saturday, June 19 from 6 to 8:30 pm, performing the music of the 60s through the 2000s with great harmonies and tight instrumental interplay. For free! Food, wine and beer will be available for purchase.Donations will be accepted. Bring a chair and enjoy the show!
Adopt A Senior – Show Your Love and Support
AVERILL PARK – At the high school, we started this program last year with great success, and would like to continue it for years to come. But we need your help! On Monday June 21st, we would like to deliver surprise graduation gifts to members of the Averill Park Class of 2021 from anonymous members of the community. If you would like to participate or support the effort please find more information here: https://tinyurl.com/21-Adopt-A-Senior. Organizations, families, and groups of friends are encouraged to team up to “Adopt a Senior” together if that works for them. Thanks for showing this class how lucky they are to live in our awesome community! Email Nicole Freeman, Senior Class Advisor with any questions: email@example.com.
Mental Health & Wellness 101 Workshop
CAPITAL DISTRICT – June 23rd, 2021, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm – Community Caregivers is partnering with the Mental Health Association in New York State, Inc. (MHANYS’) Capital Region Project AWARE. This project provides FREE training to individuals who work with or support Veterans, Older Adults, and the General Public. Participants will improve their mental health literacy by increasing awareness, care, and support that the General Public receives for behavioral health challenges.
Mental Health & Wellness 101 (MHW101) is a 1-hour training which reframes the conversation about mental health – teaching that we ALL have mental health; it’s not just about the presence or absence of an illness. The training will help participants understand mental health as an integral part of overall health, prevalence of mental illness, and risk & protective factors; and promote help-seeking behavior, recovery, and self-care.
Register Now – https://mhanys.org/registration/ For more information, email or call Matthew Delaney, MHANYS’ MHFA Program Associate at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 434-0439.
MHANYS’ Capital Region Project AWARE is supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Community Caregivers is a non-profit agency supported by community donations, and grants from The Albany County Department for Aging, the NYS Department of Health and Office for the Aging & the U.S. Administration on Aging.
Sand Lake Summer Concert Series
SAND LAKE – The Town of Sand Lake is sponsoring a free Summer Concert Series starting on June 24th and running every other Thursday through September 16. It is free for all to attend! Concerts start at 6:30 and end at 9:00. They include:
June 24: Whiskey Highway with Val Gray (Tribute to Barbara Biittig)
July 8: Gone Grey Guys
July 22: Acoustic Rye (sponsored by the Sand Lake Business Association)
August 5: Schmooze
August 19: Diva & Dirty Boys
August 26: Beating the Odds
September 2: Double D Trio
September 16: Refrigerators
Vendors will be available. Bring your lawn chairs. Social distancing will be in effect. No alcohol, please.
Tay Fisher Basketball Program
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Tay Fisher, Siena College standout, Harlem Globetrotter, Firefly (2009-2019) and Kingston HS grad, returns to the Capital NY region with two new Basketball programs. A Shooting & Dribbling Clinic will be held June 27th and a 4- day Basketball Camp will be held June 28 – July 1, 2021 at the Albany Capital Center.
Tay Fisher’s Basketball June 27th Shooting & Dribbling Clinic -Albany Cap Center – The co-ed S&D Clinic is open to athletes ages 7+ interested in improving shooting and dribbling skills. 9am-1pm ages 7-11 year olds. 2pm-6pm ages 12+. S&D Clinic only- $75. S&D Clinic plus Tay’s 4 day Camp- $60.
Tay Fisher’s Basketball 2021 Summer CAMP June 28-July 1, 2021-Albany Cap Center – The co-ed camp is open to athletes ages 7+ interested in improving fundamental skills. *Strong emphasis on ball handling, passing, defense and shooting, leadership techniques and work ethics are also incorporated. 9am-1pm ages 7-11 year olds. 2pm-6pm ages 12+. The 4-day camp costs $235 for each student.
Tay Fisher said, “I am excited to be able to offer these basketball programs to the public. This is a great way to stay active and keep our skills sharp. We have all struggled over the past year due to COVID. The team and I want to help while ensuring our campers safety and health remains priority #1.”
Note: State safety guidelines will be will be followed at ALL Tay Fisher’s Basketball programs, which includes temp check at arrival, mask, small group settings, etc…
More Info: visit TayFisher.com http://tayfisher.com/
To Register: https://bit.ly/2QoZGPy
Follow Tay on Facebook: @TayFisherBasketball
Boys Summer Lacrosse
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland summer lacrosse programs will be starting June 29 and go through mid August with half day camps and evening programs. Our programs are open to all beginners, novice, and advanced skilled players in grades K – 10 throughout the capital district at a fraction of the cost of other local programs. Our staff includes some of the finest past and present coaches in the capital district. Our summer lineup includes: Tuesday evening lacrosse programs – June 29 – August 3; Day camps – 9 am to noon on July 12 – 16, and July 19-23; Night camp – 6 pm to 8 pm August 2 –6. In each of our programs we will have the following age and skill levels: A 5th – 9th grade advanced skills Coach Corner; A 5th – 10th grade novice skill program; A 5th – 10th grade beginner skill program; A 2nd – 4th grade full equipment program for all levels of players; A co-ed grades k – 5th non-contact learn to play program. A registration form and complete listing of our entire programs are available on our website – www.capitallandlacrosse.com. If you have any questions about our programs please e-mail – Chad@nullCapitallandlacrosse.com
Girls Summer Lacrosse
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland summer lacrosse programs will be starting June 29 and go through mid August with half day camps and evening programs. Our programs are open to all beginners, novice, and advanced skilled players in grades K – 12 throughout the capital district at a fraction of the cost of other local programs. Our staff includes some of the finest past and present coaches in the capital district. Our summer lineup includes: Tuesday evening lacrosse programs – June 29 – August 3; Day camps – 9 am to noon on July 12 – 16, and July 19 -23; Night camp – 6 pm to 8 pm August 2 –6. In each of our programs we will have the following age and skill levels: A 9th – 12th grade advanced skills Coach Corner; A 5th – 8th grade advanced skills Coach Corner; A 5th – 11th grade novice skill program; A 3rd – 10th grade beginner skill program; A co-ed grades k – 5th non-contact learn to play program.
A registration form and complete listing of all our entire programs are available on our website – www.capitallandlacrosse.com. If you have any questions about our programs please e-mail – Chad@nullCapitallandlacrosse.com
Girls Summer Field Hockey
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland Field Hockey is offering a number of different summer field hockey programs starting June 29 through mid August all at a fraction of the cost of other local programs. All of our programs are open to all beginners, novice, and advanced skilled players in grades Krd – 12 throughout the capital district. Our staff includes some of the finest past and present coaches in the capital district. Our summer lineup includes: Tuesday evening lacrosse programs – June 29 – August 3; Day camps – 9 am to noon on July 12 – 16, and July 19 – 23; Night camp – 6 pm to 8 pm August 2 – 6. In each of our programs we will have the following age and skill levels: A 8th – 12th grade advanced skills Coach Corner; A 5th – 10th grade novice skill program; A 3rd – 10th grade beginner skill program; A grades k – 3rd learn to play program.. A registration form and complete listing of all our entire programs are available on our website – www.capitallandlacrosse.com. If you have any questions about our programs please e-mail – Chad@nullCapitallandlacrosse.com
Grafton Summer Festival
GRAFTON – After taking the year off due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, the original Grafton Summer Festival is back and hopes to be bigger and better than ever before.
The Festival is again scheduled to be held in the historic Grafton Town Park on Saturday, July 17, 2021. The park is located on NYS Route 2, one mile east of the State Park entrance.
For more than 30 years, the Grafton Summer Festival has been a tradition enjoyed by all the residents of Grafton, the surrounding towns and visitors to the area.
This year we are again featuring Civil War reenactors known as the Crenshaw Battery. There will be soldiers in authentic uniforms including weapons and equipment. At past festivals this has been a very popular exhibit. The people of Grafton have many ancestors who served in the Union Army during the Civil War and we’re very proud of that heritage.
Sister Kennan McGowan’s Memorial Giant Raffle will have close to 100 prizes with a growing monetary grand prize. Tickets are available from most parishioners of Our Lady of the Snow Mission and Our Lady of Victory Church. Tickets will also be sold all day on Saturday, July 17, 2021.
There will be a chicken BBQ to be served from 12:00 noon until 2pm, or when the meals are sold out. The dinners consist of ½ chicken, baked potato, coleslaw and dessert and can be enjoyed on site or for take-out. It is suggested that tickets for the dinner be obtained ahead of time and reserved by calling 518- 421-5070 or 518-953-0363.
The local Boy Scouts will be providing hamburgers, hotdogs, sausage and peppers and cold soft drinks. In the morning, coffee, donuts and other breakfast items will be available.
There will again be music and singing in the gazebo.
Since the inception of the Grafton Festival over 35 years ago, we have had a craft fair and flea market with vendors selling a large selection of crafts and exotic items, including antiques, collectibles, handcrafted jewelry and wood-working items. It is anticipated that 50 or more vendors will be participating.
The Grafton Community Library and the Grafton Historical Society will have booths, as will several other community organizations.
Our Lady of the Snow will offer homemade baked goods, including “mini” pies, cupcakes and numerous other sweets.
The festival provides the people and friends of Grafton the opportunity to meet their neighbors and the people who serve them in various volunteer capacities.
To join in the festivities, call 518-466-8555 for more information and registration forms as a vendor or participant.
Malta Veterans Appreciation Program 5th Annual Charity Golf Outing
CAPITAL DISTRICT – Save The Date! Monday, August 30, 2021. To Benefit Our LOCAL VETERAN “Hometown Heroes” Register now. $150 per person/$560 per foursome. Saratoga Lake Golf Club. Call Renee Farley (518) 577-8863 or Jim Peterman at 203-257-1893.