Shop For A Cause Sponsored by Friends & Family of Liza E. Warner Association, Inc.
RENSSELAER COUNTY – August 1st-31st—Weekly Facebook Pop-ups with multiple vendors [Shop Zyia, Pampered Chef, 31, Lipsense, Castleton Candle and more…} —Shop Anytime @ www.rememberingliza.com
During the month of August we will also have a YETI COOLER RAFFLE [Yeti Tundra 45, 4 Yeti Tumblers and Ice Packs] – Tickets: $5/each or 5 for $20—email: FFLEW.email@example.com – Proceeds go to personal care items for Unity House – Stop Domestic Violence!!!
North Greenbush Summer Concert Series
NORTH GREENBUSH – North Greenbush Town Supervisor Joseph Bott is pleased to announce the schedule for the 2020 North Greenbush Summer Concert Series. The concerts will be held on Sunday evenings from 6pm – 8pm at the Gazebo behind Town Hall. We invite everyone to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs.
August 16: River Junction/Classic Rock
We are very excited to provide this free family entertainment to our residents. I look forward to seeing everyone.
Singles Outreach Services, Inc. Exciting New Events Announced for August
CAPITAL DISTRICT – In addition to our regularly scheduled activities, we are excited to announce four exceptional entertainment Friday Nights.
Friday, August 14th – Entertainer Extraordinaire Miss Carla Page will perform music from the 50s, 760s & 70s. Show starts at 7 pm. Note that she will also be performing on September 4th again. Call for reservations 518-452-6883 due to limited seating. $12. Location: Hanover Square at 435 New Karner Road in Colonie (Hill Door Entrance). Social distancing and masks required.
Friday, August 21st – Elvis Night – Paul Hunt a/k/a Little Elvis will be in the building and performing at 7 pm singing hits from the 50s and 60s. $12. Location: Hanover Square at 435 New Karner Road in Colonie (Hill Door Entrance). Social distancing and masks required.
Friday, August 28th – Norm Salisbury returns to our stage with a “friend” to entertain us for the evening starting at 7 pm. $12. Location: Hanover Square at 435 New Karner Road in Colonie (Hill Door Entrance). Social distancing and masks required.
Singles Outreach is a NYS non-profit organization, open to those who are never married, single, divorced, widowed or legally separated. It was incorporated as an activities organization that provides all types of activities for singles, including dances, discussion groups, live entertainment, picnics, , etc. to mention only a few of the more than 30 activities that we plan each month. This is not a dating organization.
Our activities and programming leaders have worked hard to provide a safe, healthy environment, which will meet all CDC guidelines in order to keep our members safe and still enjoy the weekly and daily activities.
If you are interested in learning more about this organization you can go to our website at www.singlesoutreach.org or by calling 518-452-6883.
Adult Tractor Safety Workshop Updated
RENSSELAER COUNTY – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County is excited to offer a Tractor and Farm Safety Course on Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30 P.M. This program is geared for adult audiences. Statistics show that farming and operating equipment is a hazardous and dangerous endeavor. Help yourself reduce the risks of an accident and attend this informative morning session. The program will consist of a very detailed presentation from the New York Center of for Agriculture Medicine and Health (NYCAMH) followed by a Q&A. This program is perfect for farmers old and new as well as any adult who currently works with machinery on the job, in their backyard, or plans to in the future. Due to COVID-19 and wanting to keep our participants safe, this program has been moved to a virtual format. To register, please call CCE office at 518-272-4210 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cornell Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity employer and programmer.
Zion’s United Church of Christ in Taborton chicken BBQ
SAND LAKE – We will be having a drive thru Chicken BBQ on Saturday August 22nd from 4:30 to 6:30. On the menu is a 1/2 Chicken, baked potato, macaroni salad, roll, and a slice of apple pie for dessert. To order a dinner call Diane Hoffman at 518 674-2746 or text at 518 649-5141 or Jane Weber at 518 258-4307, you will be called and confirmed. All dinners are take out for $15.00, pick up from 4:30 to 6:30 at 744 Taborton Rd, Sand Lake, N.Y.
The Capital District Genealogical Society – I Have a Civil War Ancestor… Now What?
CAPITAL DISTRICT – The Capital District Genealogical Society Cordially invites you to join us Saturday, August 22, 2020 at 1:00 P.M. via Zoom
Speaker Brian Rhinehart, of Rhinehart Roots Genealogy, is a professional genealogist and speaker. He is a graduate of Boston University’s Certificate of Genealogy Research course and was recently featured in Family Tree Magazine.
Civil War soldiers often left a rich genealogical paper trail. Many of these records are tucked away at the National Archives in Washington DC. Learn what records are available for your ancestors only at the National Archives, what records are online already, and how to access all of them. These records may unlock some of the family stories that have been forgotten over time, as well as break down a brick wall or two!
This will be a Zoom meeting. There is a 100 person limit. Registration is free and will open to the public Aug 16, 2020. See our website under meetings and events.Please join us!
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. New Location: The Wildlife Sports & Educational Museum, Vail Mills, NY (corner of Route 29 & 30). Saturday, August 22, 2020. 9am-2pm. For further information contact Michael Glenn 518-505-3558. Open to the General Public and no admission fee. Refreshments available. (donations accepted.)
Retreat with Jane Austen on Lake George
LAKE GEORGE – Join the Jane Austen Society North America (JASNA)-New York Capital Region for the 9th Annual Jane Austen Retreat at Wiawaka Retreat Center for Women on Lake George, New York, on August 28-30. Participants will join scholars and enthusiasts in exploring Austen’s world through facilitated discussions, viewing and discussion of a filmed adaptation of “Lady Susan,” and special sessions led by the featured presenters, concluding with a Box Hill Picnic. In addition to planned events, the retreat will allow time for you to enjoy the splendors of the beautiful Lake George setting by exploring the cottages and grounds, the gardens and the large dock and swimming in the lake. Event registration and check-in will begin Friday evening and events will conclude Sunday after lunch. Space is limited due to COVID-19 safety protocols, so register ASAP.
The cost of retreat attendance is $25 for JASNA members and $30 for non-members. To register for the retreat, please make check payable to JASNA NYS Capital Region and send to: JASNA NYCR, c/o Nancy Duell, 56 Fifth Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801. For additional information on the Retreat, contact Nancy at 1 (518) 321-1887 or email@example.com.
Reservations for food and lodging at Wiawaka will be $145/night. Day only reservations are also available. Visit www.wiawaka.org or call 518-668-9690 for information to make your Wiawaka reservation.
Literacy 5K Run/Walk – with Virtual Option
SCHODACK LANDING – The Literacy 5K Run/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, September 19 from 8:00-11:30 a.m. at Schodack Island State Park. For those who choose not to join the event in person, there will be an option to participate as a runner or walker virtually. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome to join the 5K trail run, youth mile, story walk, nature walk, and other activities. Prizes will be awarded to the fastest runners in various age categories. All proceeds will benefit Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County’s programs and services for adults and children in Rensselaer County and nearby communities. For full event details and to register, visit www.zippyreg.com. All decisions about public events at this time will be in line with NYS and CDC safety measures. Find more information at www.lvorc.org.
Sand Lake Town Wide Garage Sale
SAND LAKE – Save the dates… and your stuff! The 10th Annual Town Wide Garage Sale is scheduled for the weekend of September 19, 20. This popular event is sponsored by the Sand Lake Business Association and attracts folks from all over the Capital Region. The vendor corral/flea market again will be at Westfall Village. This is a wonderful opportunity for residents, sports teams, church groups, scout groups and others to make some easy cash. Online registration is now available at sandlakebusiness.com and click on EVENTS.
Golf Tourney to Benefit Alzheimers
CAPITAL DISTRICT – More than 20 million Americans are living with or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s. Each of us know someone whose life has been affected by this terrible disease. It has certainly had a profound impact on my family. We invite you to come support the cause and join us for a great day of golf to help raise awareness and find a cure. Details: September 25th at the Burden Lake Country club, $110 per person. 4-person scramble, shotgun start, food and drink included. Contact Keith Stay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.944.7288 for registration information. If you represent a business, sponsorships are also available: $100 Tee, $250 Cart, $500 meal, we will create signage or use yours. All entry fees and sponsorships are tax deductible. Burden Lake CC is well equipped to make the event safe and fun. Get your foursome together and we’ll see you there!
The Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake Fundraising Drive
SAND LAKE – The Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake is supporting a charity fundraising drive within the Averill Park Central School District to benefit the Capital Region’s Ronald Mc Donald House. The fundraising drive has been extended until February 28th since schools have not been in session for over four months. The goal remains to collect enough pull tabs from soda, beer, soups and pet food cans to fill a school bus!
We ask that parents of our school children and other interested citizens join this effort by removing and collecting as many pull tabs as possible during the months ahead and while schools remain closed take them to the Town Clerk’s office at Sand Lake Town Hall. When schools reopen all collected pull tabs may again be dropped off at the office of one of our three elementary schools, the Algonquin Middle School’s office or to the office at the Averill Park High School.
Please join us to help the Ronald McDonald House as it continues to offer a haven of comfort, love, hope and support – free of charge – for critically ill children and their families. Thank you.