Events 07.18.19

Oakwood’s Chapel Tours Scheduled for Troy Night Out Dates

Get an early start to your Troy Night Out with a stop at the “castle on the hill” the Gardner Earl Chapel. The Friends of Oakwood will offer tours at 2pm and 3pm on the last Friday of the month, July 26.

Just $10. pp, children under 12 free. No registration required. Pay cash on arrival. Rain or shine. Groups of 8 or more, please call Heidi 518-221-7941. Sorry, no dogs. GPS: 186 Oakwood Avenue (route 40 just off Hoosick Street)

Come see this ornate Victorian chapel before you head downtown for the rest of Troy’s festivities. The National Historic Landmark is a popular site for weddings and special events as well as funerals. We may even take a peek into one of the old cremation retorts!

Shorts Out Loud! At The Troy Public Library

The Troy Public Library is pleased to present “Shorts Out Loud!” consisting of fifteen minutes of LIVE acoustic music followed by a short story read out loud, refreshments and discussion, on Thursday, July 18th at 6:30PM at the Main Library.

Musical Guest – George Wilson

Reader – Stanley Hadsell

This program is free and open to adults age 16 and over.  Preregistration is not required.  The library is located at 100 2nd Street in Downtown Troy.  Please call the library at 274-7071 if you have any questions.

Friends of the Poestenkill Library

The Friends of the Poestenkill Library will be holding a bake sale during the Farmer’s Market on the Town Hall lawn on Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 9 am to 12 pm.  Stop by while shopping to pick up a tasty pie, muffins, breads, cookies and other assorted baked goods.  If you would like to bake for the sale please drop your goods off at the Poestenkill Library on Friday, July 19 from 10 am to 1 pm or on Saturday morning.  Funds raised go towards supporting the wonderful programs provided by our library.  Any questions please call Jill Gresens at 518-283-2510.

Comic Mime Comes to the North Chatham Free Library

Come join us to see Robert Rivest’s fabulous show “Space: First Mime on the Moon” on Thursday, July 25. The show will run from 12pm-2pm with nonstop laughs for all ages. Rivest uses his hilarious imagination to celebrate reading, libraries, space, and summer fun for this multigenerational entertainment. Bring your kids, parents, grandparents and next-door neighbors! It’s sure to be a great time. To reserve your spot for any of these events, contact the NCFL at (518) 766-3211 or, or stop in and visit us at 4287 NY-SR 203, North Chatham.

Stephentown  Library

Summer Reading is underway! All kids are welcome to sign up at SML if they haven’t already. There will be lots of prizes to win at the end of the summer.

Programs at SML:

Reading with Crosby—Friday, July 19 at 5:00pm

Teen Night—Water Games!!—Friday, July 19 at 5:00pm

Model Solar System—A Walk through Exhibit!!—Saturday, July 20 at 4:00pm

SML will be hosting a vendors market this year during Celebrate Stephentown on August 17 and 18. Any vendor interested in participating, please email Kim Roppolo at for more information.

Week 3 – North Chatham Free Library’s Summer Program!

Come join us for the third week of our summer program! Print Making comes first on July 22 (12-2). Look through a telescope and imagine a design, then create with textured blocks an outer space work of art. July 23 brings Music and Movement; dance, stretch and use a variety of instruments. The 12 pm class welcomes ages 7 and under, 1 pm welcomes ages 8 up. Out of this World Watercolors will free you on July 24 (12-2), entering into the relaxing world of brush stroke and color. Comic Mime Robert Rivest celebrates reading, libraries, space, and summer fun in his show “Space: First Mime on the Moon” on July 25 (12-2). All ages welcomed for multigenerational laughs. To reserve your spot for any of these events, contact the NCFL at (518) 766-3211 or, or stop in and visit us at 4287 NY-SR 203, North Chatham..

East Greenbush Community Library

10 Community Way, East Greenbush. 518-477-7476 or

Go to for a complete listing of all storytimes, programs for children, and youth summer reading events.

*Registration required.

Farmers’ Market, Wednesdays 4-7:30pm Rain or Shine. Crafts for Kids with our Volunteens: 7/24 & 7/31.

7/18: LOOK: Loving Ourselves and Our Kids, 6pm

7/19: Open Recreation: Movie Day!, 9:30-2:30pm; Big Truck Day!*, 10am – noon

7/22: ENL: English as a New Language, 9:30-12:30pm; Safe Space for Writing with Sisters in Crime*, 1pm

7/23: Drop-In Tuesday Tech Time, 4-6pm; Open Recreation: Get on Your Feet!, 9:30am-12:30pm;

7/24: ENL: English as a New Language, 9:30-12:30pm; Open Recreation: Crafts, 12:30-2:30pm; Crafts for Kids with our Volunteens at the Farmers’ Market, 4pm at the library tent; Free Monthly Movie*, 6:30pm

Summer Program at the North Chatham Library – Events Calendar

Programs are 12-2 pm, unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration required. Open to anyone and free! Register with us at (518) 766-3211,, or

July 18: Send a Message Flag to the Great Beyond.

July 22: Print Making.

July 23: Music and Movement (see above).

July 24: “Out of this World” Watercolors.

July 25: “Space: First Mime on the Moon” with comic mime Robert Rivest.

Events at Castleton Public Library, 7/21-7/27

Located at 85 S. Main St., Castleton, NY 12033

All events are free. Questions? Call 518-732-0879.

Marble Run Fun – Monday, July 22, 12:00-8:00pm

Cool Science: Slime! – Tuesday, July 23, 4:00-6:00pm

Yoga – Tuesday, July 23, 6:00 pm

Pajama Storytime – Tuesday, July 23, 6:00pm

Knock Hockey – Wednesday, July 24, 12:00-8:00pm

Color Me Calm: Coloring for Grownups – Wednesday, July 24, 5:00-8:00pm

Meet a Mechanic Storytime – Thursday, July 25, 10:30am

Paint Your Own Space Rock! – Thursday, July 25, 1:00-4:00pm

Teen Time: Clue Mystery Night – Thursday, July 25, 6:00pm

Solve a mystery in a live-action version of the classic board game Clue. Enjoy snacks and a prize for the winner! For teens going into 6th-12th grades in the fall.

Nassau Free Library July Programs

Storytime- Every Wednesday 10:30Am

Minecraft, Lego & Art Corner Combo Night- thurs. 7/18 6-7:30Pm

Book Group I: tues. 7/23 7Pm

Sand Lake Town Library Events

Art Display –Stop in to see the lovely acrylic and iPad paintings created by Lynne Ware.

Storytime – Thursdays at 11:30am build early literacy skills with stories and rhymes. Followed by a simple craft.

Movie Night – Tuesday, July 23, 6pm join us for a PG movie night with popcorn and juice. Bring your pillows and blankets!

Don’t forget to check out our museum passes: The Clark, miSci, USS Slater, Albany Institute of History and Art.

Sand Lake Town Library is located across from Miller Hill School, 2nd floor – 8428 Miller Hill Road, Averill Park 518-674-5050.

Want A Free Vacation for Your Kids?


“Dash” over to CONNECTING POINT CHURCH where our “coaches” will “train” “runners” to “cross the finish line” with “strength, agility and stamina” during THE INCREDIBLE RACE.

This global race will help “sprinters” discover that no matter where we live, the shade of our skin, or language we speak, we are all part of the SAME race – the HUMAN race! Every night, 6:00-8:30pm, July 22-26, “contestants” entering K-6 grade will “compete” through clues and challenges to experience God’s love for everyone and learn that the Bible matters today! “Pit stops” through music, lessons, games, crafts, and snacks, too. No “false starts” here…help them set their “personal best” in The Incredible Race of life! Everything is FREE… including summer evenings for you, parents! Register at

568 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush, (Van Den Houten Square, across from Dunkin Donuts).

Escape to Athens With Paul!

Imagine leaving a life of privilege, power and influence to angry mobs, agonizing imprisonment, and chain-breaking earthquakes—all to share the life-altering truth of God’s heart for humanity. Hear the awe-inspiring story of the Apostle Paul…straight from Paul himself! In an ancient “anything goes” culture, Paul will inspire kids to share the truth of God’s boundless!

St. Jude the Apostle Church, 42 Dana Ave., Wynantskill, NY, 9:00a.m.-Noon. Week of July 22-26, 2019.

Cost: $30.00/one child, $15.00 each additional child.

***For Registration Forms, please stop by the Parish Office between the hours of 8:30a.m. – 2:00p.m. or request one via email:

Family Movie Night

The Greenbush Reformed Church would like to welcome the public to a showing of a family friendly PG movie in our Chilton Hall on Thursday, July 18th. Our hall is located at 14 Hayes Road, East Greenbush. Since it is our inaugural event, we will be providing a picnic style dinner with doors opening at 6pm, followed by the movie showing at 6:30pm. All children must have a supervising adult. We hope to see you there!

‘Just For Kids’ 2019 Free Summer Movie Series

July/August at Cohoes Music Hall, Wednesdays at 1pm on the Big Screen.  July 24: Pokémon Heroes, Admission is Free to all children, parents and chaperones. Parking is Free across from the Music Hall. Doors open at noon with activities Just For Kids with chance to win some cool prizes. Children 12 and under receive a free small popcorn and small bottled water. Tickets may be picked up in advance at the box office 10am-1pm weekdays, day of show or reserved online. Please call 518-953-0630 for more info and group reservations. Cohoes Music Hall at 58 Remsen Street, Cohoes, NY 12047. Check out more movie info at

Hoags Corners Ambulance Pizza Night

The Hoags Corners Volunteer Ambulance will be having Pizza Night on July 19th from 5pm-8pm. With our ALL NEW PIZZA OVEN, there will be less of a wait time !! Toppings include pepperoni, mushrooms, sausage, peppers, onions and black olives. We are now able to offer FREE delivery within the Ambulance District. Place your order by calling 518-328-8113,but please dont call before 4:30. Pizza Night will be held the 3rd Friday of every month. The Ambulance Garage is located at 19 Town Garage Rd.

Veterans Hall Open House – Saturday, July 20, 2019 10:00-2:00

Veterans Hall Honors All Veterans Past and Present.  This building is located on the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds and is comprised of a group of volunteers who feel passionate about thanking our veterans.   Many have visited Veterans Hall during the fair or have come to an Open House to pay tribute to our veterans and say thank you.  Everyone knows and loves a veteran and many come to share that connection.  Some come to see a picture, a clipping or perhaps an item donated by family or a friend of a veteran that served our country.  In addition we are compiling a list of veteran’s names from Rensselaer, Saratoga, Albany,  Washington, and surrounding counties.  We can use your help in this endeavor.  This will be an ongoing objective for years to come.   Getting your veteran’s name on the list is free, easy and a good way to ensure his/her service will be remembered.   A form can be obtained  by contacting Jody at 518-859-2988 or Lorraine at 518-753-6936.  Thank you for your service!

Literacy Volunteers Are Needed!

Troy, N.Y.:  A Tutor Training Workshop will begin in Troy on September 9th. To learn about tutoring and many other ways to help, attend a free Volunteer Opportunities Information Session (pick one date): Monday, July 22, 12:00-1:00 p.m.; Wednesday, August 14, 12:00-1:00 p.m.; or Monday, August 26, 6:00-7:00 p.m. All meetings will be held at the LVORC office, 71 First Street, Third Floor, Troy, N.Y.

LVORC is looking for volunteer tutors to be paired with adult learners, reading mentors for Everybody WINS! Power Lunch, math and computer tutors, and events volunteers. As a volunteer you can develop new skills, make friends, and see how your efforts make a difference in your community.  To register, call 518 244-4650.

Red Cross urges donors to fill Missing Types to prevent summer blood shortage

The _meric_n Red Cr_ss needs _l_ _d d_n_rs to bring back the missing A’s, B’s and O’s. A few missing letters may not seem like a big deal in a sentence, but for patients who need A, B, O and AB blood types, these missing letters mean life. The Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give now to help prevent delays in medical care this summer.

Make an appointment to donate blood by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Upcoming blood donation opportunities June 24-July 15


7/25/2019: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m., Evangelical Lutheran Church, 772 Route 351


7/22/2019: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m., Troy Masonic Temple, 39 Brunswick Road

7/25/2019: 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., RPI Mueller Center,

Finding Your Roots: Essential Steps for the DNA Newcomer

The Grafton Historical Society program will be held Wednesday, July 17th at the Grafton Town Hall at 7 PM.

Have you been thinking about having your DNA test done?

If you are a newcomer to the DNA testing world, or have had your results for awhile but just feel lost, this program is for you!  Professional genealogist Lisa Dougherty will outline basic steps to help you understand your ethnicity estimates, make sense of your matches, then utilize them to discover more about your family history.  This program is designed to bring you from confusion to comprehension in 5 steps!   

Lisa Dougherty has been active in tracing the history of her own family and many others for over 20 years.  She became interested in genealogy as a teenager when her father began investigating the origins of his Irish great grandparents.  A former volunteer at the National Archives in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, she now devotes her time to lecturing around the area on family history and assisting family researchers monthly at four capital region area libraries, including the Irish-American Heritage Museum in Albany, where she is the genealogist-in-residence.  She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, as well as several other area genealogical groups.  A subscriber to for over 15 years, she specializes in online research and the effective use of websites to investigate family history.

  It is free and open to the public.   Light refreshments will be served.

Cooking and Creating Summer Camp at FRCW

Camp for the week of July 15 -19 has been cancelled due to low enrollment. The August 5 – 9 week will be modified to accommodate children entering 2nd grade through 8th grade. Please contact First Reformed Church Wynantskill at (518) 283-4420 to register.

Book Nook News

The Book Nook at Transfiguration Parish on Hillview Drive in Speigletown is open on July 20 from 9:00 am until noon.  This is our last weekend to be open before the parish-wide Garage Sale on Labor Day Weekend (Friday-Saturday, August 30-31).  Be sure to stop by so you don’t run out of books!!!  There have been a lot of new donations so please come by and see what’s new!  The July half-priced specials are on Fern Michaels, James Patterson and Jonathan Kellerman.  As always, the history, biographies, cookbooks, religious, self-help are all 6/$1.  School is out so to keep your kids reading, all children and young adult books are 10/$1 this month.    Stop by and check us out. We accept all donations but please no VHS tapes, text books or encyclopedias.  See you at the Book Nook!

The Grafton Summer Festival is Here

Come join us for a fun day of food, crafts and music! The Grafton Summer Festival will take place Saturday, July 20 from 8am-4pm in the Town Park. The Town Park is located on Route 2 in the center of town. The Festival will start with a Buffet Breakfast at the Everett Wager Senior Services Center from 8-10:30am. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $4 for children 10 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance by calling 518-279-3413.  The Senior Center will also host an Open House from 8am-3pm for anyone interested in learning more about the facility and the programs it offers.

The Chicken BBQ will be served from 12-3pm in the Our Lady of the Snow church parking lot.  Reserve your $13 ticket(s) for the BBQ by calling Julie Darling at 518-421-5070. Don’t wait as we sell out fast! The Boy Scouts will also be selling hamburgers and hotdogs that day.

Enjoy the vendor market in the Park throughout the day.  Please contact John Darling at 518-466-8555 if you would like to reserve a space, as there are still a few spots available. Be sure to visit the Grafton Historical Society booth and the Grafton Community Library booth too.

Don’t forget to buy your tickets for the Sister Keenan’s Giant Raffle Drawing.  Tickets are 3 for $5 and may be purchased in advance or on the day of the event. You do not need to be present to win. Any winning tickets will be returned to the ticket drum and are in it for the Grand Prize $1000 drawing.  You could be a double winner or more!

We hope we’ll see you there!

Town of Schodack

Schodack residents please note that in conjunction with the Town of East Greenbush and City of Rensselaer, the Town of Schodack is sponsoring a FREE Shredding event on Saturday July 20, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Schodack Town Hall parking lot. All residents from The Town of Schodack, Town of East Greenbush and the City of Rensselaer are welcome. Documents will be shredded in a secured mobile truck. There is a limit of 3 boxes per customer (cubic foot size). Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and rid yourself of those outdated checks, bank statements, and other personal information.

New York State Soil and Water Conservation Committee to meet July 17, 2019

In compliance with the Open Meetings Law, the New York State Soil and Water Conservation Committee gives notice that it will conduct a meeting on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 10 a.m.

The meeting will take place at the Department of Agriculture and Markets, Produce Room, 10B Airline Drive, Albany, N.Y.

A recorded audiocast of the meeting will be made available on the Internet at

Wildlife, Insect, Plant, And Fungus Lovers

Needed As Bioblitz Volunteers

At Grafton Lakes State Park July 20th

(Grafton, NY) Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a wildlife biologist? On Saturday, July 20th, Grafton Lakes State Park along with Dyken Pond Environmental Center and Poestenkill Community Forest will be hosting a Rensselaer Plateau wide bioblitz. The park invites volunteers to sample for as many different types of life as we can find throughout the day. We’ll look for birds, mammals, wildflowers, mushrooms, reptiles, insects, fish– all the nature we can find. People of all ages and skill levels are invited. All you need is your curiosity, something to take pictures with, and plenty of enthusiasm! We’ll be joined by local experts and others who know the area well. Together we’ll chronicle as much life as we can, help conservation efforts, and have some fun! More details to come. To be added to the mailing list for this event, call the Grafton Lakes State Park Office at 518-279-1155, or email

Upcoming July Programs at Cherry Plain State Park

Saturday, July 20th Reptiles with Uncharted Wild from 2-4PM – Meet some amazing animals with educator Adam Bornt. Come visit some animal friends up-close, learn some fun facts, and ask your own questions!

Saturday, July 27th– Family Movie Night @ 8:45 PM- Join us for a free movie on the beach, weather permitting. Check out our 16’ big screen under Cherry Plain’s big sky! Movie is kid-friendly and PG-rated so bring the whole family. We can’t announce the movie title due to licensing restrictions!

Hiking & Rensselaer Naturalist Series Programs

Rensselaer Land Trust (RLT) and Rensselaer Plateau Alliance (RPA) are partnering to bring our communities unique opportunities to get outside this summer! More information and registration at

July 20 • 1p.m.–4 p.m.   Peatlands and Bogs

Ecologist Dr. David Hunt will show us the plants of peatlands and bogs, including insect-eating pitcher plants and sundews.

July 27 • 9 am – 3 pm Invasive Species/Peatland Restoration workday at Wyomanock Center for Sustainable Living

Help restore the largest and best example of a calcareous peatland in Rensselaer County. The Wyomanock Center is hosting a volunteer “restoration workday” led by Ecologist Dr. David Hunt.

July Programs at Grafton Lakes State Park

July 20th– Rensselaer Plateau Bioblitz–  Survey for fish, birds, mammals, insects, amphibians, reptiles, plants, and fungi. No expertise necessary. Details to come. Email

Calendar for Everett Wagar Senior Center

2 Roxborough Rd, Grafton NY

July 22 10:00 Chair Yoga

12:00 Congregate Lunch (Pot Luck)

12:30 Scrapbooking

1:00 Cards and Games

July 23 Reiki by Appt

9:30 Aerobic Swimming

12:00 Congregate Lunch (Pollock)

1:00 Cards and Games

July 24 10:00 ROUSE Senior Picnic

10:00 Chair Yoga

12:00 Special Luncheon (Sloppy Joe)

July 25 Reiki by Appt

9:30 Aerobic Swimming

11:00 Eat Smart Demo

12:00 Congregate Lunch (Hawaiian Turkey Burger)

12:30 Knitting and Crochet Group

1:00 Cards and Games

Kiwanis Clubs Of The Van Rensselaer Division Benefit Scramble Golf Outing

The Van Rensselaer Division of Kiwanis is comprised of the clubs in: Castleton/Schodack, East Greenbush, Hoosick Falls, Rensselaer, Sand Lake, and Troy. Kiwanis is a community organization of volunteers dedicated to providing assistance and support through community service projects and fund raising activities to those in need, especially children.

On Saturday July 20th 2019, The Kiwanis Clubs of Rensselaer County are hosting a Golf Outing (Scramble-Best Ball format) at the Pheasant Hollow Golf Course at 2670 Phillips Road, Castleton, N.Y. 12033.

A day of fun, golf and prizes will begin at 8:00 A.M. with sign-in and optional putting contest followed by a 9:00A.M Shot-gun start and nine holes of golf w/cart – beverages included on the course. At 1:00P.M. – Steak Lunch will be served at Samson’s Bar and Restaurant located at 1736 Rt. 9, Castleton, NY – all included for $65.00 per golfer.

This is a fund raising event. Many of the prizes have been donated by local community businesses and organizations. Scheduled event contests include; closest to the pin, longest drive, putting, etc. (Questions/inquiries call: 518-202-6876)

To Register: Please provide the following information; Golfers names & phone numbers

Mail w/payment to: Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake, Inc. P.O. Box 535 West Sand Lake, N.Y. 12196

Nassau Block Dance

The Village of Nassau Bicentennial Committee in concert with the Nassau Hose Company #1 will be holding a Block Dance on Saturday, July 20th from 6:00-10:00 at the firehouse on Chatham Street  in the Village. Food will be available from our local vendors, a bake sale and 50/50 raffle along with music by the SESSION BROTHERS will be there for your enjoyment. Chatham Street will close to traffic at 5:30. Bring your family, and BRING YOUR CHAIRS, for a fun filled evening  with friends and neighbors.

Schenectady Civic Players

Silent Sky  by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Jennifer Van Iderstyne.  (July 19 at 8:00 pm, 20 at 8:00 pm, 21 at 2:30 pm, & July 26 at 8:00 pm, 27 at 2:30 pm and 8:00 pm, 28 at 2:30 pm).

  Silent Sky dramatizes the true story of Henrietta Leavitt, an astronomer ahead of her time. It explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries, when a woman’s ideas were dismissed until a man claimed credit for them.

Henrietta, joining a group of women in the early 1900s at Harvard University’s Observatory who are “human computers”, is motivated by a belief that there are galaxies beyond our own — a belief that defies the consensus among her male superiors. She begins the process of recording changes in stars – a scientific discovery that has a profound and lasting impact on the field of astronomy.

Schenectady Civic Players, 12 S. Church St., Schenectady.  $20 — purchase at the door.  Open seating at all performances. No advance reservations necessary. 518-382-2081 or

Hoosick Falls Summer Concert Series

On Saturday, July 20th. It’s Blues for Breakfast in the Hoosick Falls Summer Concert Series.

Last year they filled Wood Park.

Blues for Breakfast is the brainchild of former Hoosick Falls resident Mr. Charlie Frazier, Sensing the Champlain Valley’s potential interest in a no-nonsense, partying, houserockin’ blues-rock band, in June of 1991 he pulled together a group of the Burlington-area musicians to perform at Vermont’s annual Discover Jazz Festival Blues Jam.

Buoyed by the response, they decided to ride the wave and not let a good thing slip away. The band’s reputation has been growing ever since, More than a decade later, they’re still going strong-packing dancers into clubs across northern Vermont, New York and New Hampshire.

They’ve headlined concerts for Burlington’s First Night celebration, played the annual Lake Champlain Blues Cruises, for the Burlington Mayor’s Arts Council in Battery Park, rocked out the Church Street Marketplace, the Plattsburgh Mayor’s Cup and the Saranac Lake Chamber of Commerce.The band’s first release, “Fries & Gravy,” was recorded live at Nectar’s, and quickly sold out its 1,000 copy pressing. They’ve also donated tracks to the first three Best of The Green Mountain Blues compilations, put together by Mr. Charlie, to benefit the kids at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, a Colchester, Vt.,camp for child cancer patients.

With more than 200 songs in their repertoire, there’s something for every musical taste. The Sand Bar will be serving favorite beverages. Various food offerings from The American Legion, BYTE, UNIHOG. And Crazy Mike’s Beef Jerky will be available.

The concerts begin run from 4 to 8 p.m. in Wood Park in Hoosick Falls. Free and open to the public.

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Town of East Greenbush Music in the Park Summer Concert Series 2019

6-8 PM Onderdonk Park TUESDAYS

Hampton Avenue across from the Lake

NEW for 2019 *More Concerts!* 6 Weeks of Music! Lots of Hometown Band Members!*

Gourmellis Taste Food Truck every week!

July 23rd-Roxy and the Road Kings

Bring a blanket and chairs and get ready to dance and have some fun!

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