Events

Events 10.14.21

The Pittstown Historical Society has Planned The Following Event

PITTSTOWN – Lucy Larcom: A New England Mill Worker in the 19th century will be the subject of a re-enactment by Phyllis Chapman on October 14th at 7:30 PM at the Pittstown Town Hall in Tomhannock. As a young mill worker, Larcom began her working life in a New England textile factory in the 1830s. Chapman will focus on Larcom’s life with props and hands-on activities for the audience, demonstrating the tasks involved in textile production, the impact of mechanization, the structure of a mill, and changes the Industrial Revolution effected upon society. Learn also about the working and living conditions many young farm girls experienced in the early days of America’s Industrial Revolution. Children as well as adults will enjoy this interactive program. Chapman has been a museum educator and living history presenter for over 20 years.

The meeting, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Pittstown Historical Society.

For further information, email: pittstownhs@nullgmail.com or call Connie Kheel at 518-686-7514

Ilium Literary Club Resumes Meetings

TROY – The Executive Board of the Troy Ilium Club is pleased to announce we are resuming meetings at our new home at the Brunswick Historical Society located on Route 2 in Brunswick. To facilitate our reopening, we have adjusted our schedule as follows: 2 pm, Friday October 15 presenter Kathy Sheehan speaking about the acclaimed new book “Architecture of Downtown Troy” by Diana Waite; 2 pm Friday 11/12 author Joseph Dalton “Washington’s Golden Age: Hope Ridings Miller, the Society Beat & the Rise of Women Journalists. 12:30 pm Friday 12/3 at the Van Schaick Country Club our Christmas Luncheon featuring Capitaland Chorus’ quartet – Into Wishin’. Our April, May, June 2022 meetings will be announced at a later date. We look forward to seeing all our members in October and meeting any new guests.

Community Caregivers’ Lunchtime Chat Schedule

ALBANY/RENSSELAER CO. – All are welcome! Please dial-in to hear about interesting topics – it’s free and easy to join! Simply call 518-992-6661. Or let us know if you want us to dial you in!

Friday, Oct. 15 – 1 pm Dolly Parton, the Queen of Country

Tues, Oct. 19 – 1 pm Learn more about the Port of Albany Speaker: Dr. Richard Farrell

Friday, Oct. 22 – 1 pm The Life and Work of Mother Teresa

Tuesday, Oct. 26 – 1 pm Dealing with Low Vision Speaker: Lisa Jordan, Coordinator of Outreach Services and Marketing, Northeastern Association of the Blind at Albany

Friday, October 29 – 1 pm Haunted Houses and Ghost Stories – Happy Halloween!

Website: www.CommunityCaregivers.org Email: info@nullcommunitycaregivers.org

Capital Region Social Happenings October Event and Concert Series

CAPITAL DISTRICT – https://www.facebook.com/CapitalRegionSocial – CapRegSocialHappenings@nullgmail.com. Friday Night Events at 7 pm – Picnic at noon at 435 New Karner Road (Hanover Square Building) at “Hill” door entrance. Open to the public. Inside seating is limited. Plenty of free parking. Handicap accessible.CDC & COVID compliant. Masks required on everyone.  Call 518-452-6883 for more information.

Friday Night – October 15:  Paul Hunt “Little Elvis” returns to our stage and will be performing the hits you all love to hear. He’ll be singing music from the fifties and sixties as well as a tribute to “The King”. This is guaranteed to be an enjoyable evening.  Performance starts at 7 pm. $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks.  

Friday Night – October 22:  Doc Horton and the Jay Street Band will keep the house rockin’ with music. This is guaranteed to be an enjoyable evening.  Performance starts at 7 pm.  $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks. 

Friday Night – October 29:  If Magic is your thing, this is the night for you.  Jonathan Downer will wow us with his illusions. This is guaranteed to get you in the mood for Halloween.  Performance starts at 7 pm.  $12 pp and that includes beverages and snacks.

Flame The Band in Concert at Sand Lake Center for the Arts

SAND LAKE – Please join us in welcoming Flame The Band on Oct. 15th at 7pm. Tickets are $18 each. Flame, a group of talented musicians from upstate New York who happen to have disabilities, has been capturing the world’s attention for more than a decade. Tickets: slca-ctp.org.

The Chandler Young Veterans Association Auxiliary Tag Sale

NASSAU – The Chandler Young Veterans Association Auxiliary located at 7 Lyons Lake Road is holding a Tag Sale on October 16, 2021, from 9:00 – 4:00 pm (rain or shine). Items include housewares, furniture, toys, books, and miscellaneous items. There will be food available for purchase.  All Proceeds to benefit the Cyva Auxiliary “New Table Fund.”

Amazing Graves! Returns to Sand Lake

SAND LAKE – Amazing Graves #3, presented by the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, “re-haunts” the Sand Lake Union Cemetery, October 16th and 17th (rain dates October 23rd and 24th). Featuring outdoor walking tours of Sand Lake Union Cemetery with local actors portraying some of our famous — and infamous — very long-term “residents.” There will be one sit-down presentation at the cemetery 3:30 Sunday, October 17 (rain date October 24th).

The Sand Lake Union Cemetery is located on Cemetery Lane, off NY Routes 43 & 66 in Sand Lake.

Featured “guests” for 2021 include Hazel Drew and William Taylor, Dr. Smith Boughton and Sheriff Willard Griggs, Albert R. Fox, The Sand Lake Boys at Gettysburg, The Ladies of Faith Mills, Lucinda Horton, Henry Withey, and others. Co-sponsored and supported by the Sand Lake Historical Society, the Sand Lake Town Library, Bob Moore Sand Lake Town Historian, Jim Powers, Todd’s Party Potties, Tremont ACE Hardware, and the Town of Sand Lake – Highway Department. Guide services provided by area high school students.

Advance reservations are required. $10 per person admission. Additional information on performance times and tickets at www.slca-ctp.org. Contact the Sand Lake Center for the Arts for more details. Special thanks to our sponsors, actors, writers, tour guides, committee members, and community volunteers.

Albany Fall Stamp & Postal History Show

CAPITAL DISTRICT – The Fort Orange Stamp Club of Albany, NY, founded in 1926 is proud to host our semi-annual Stamp, Cover, Postcard and Ephemera show on Sunday, October 17, 2021 from 10am-3pm, at the Colonie Recreation Center on Thunder Road, Colonie, NY, off of Route 5, just west of Northway exit 2. The show will feature fun for all: • Free hourly door prizes • Free stamp packets for youngsters • Stamp, cover, postcard, postal history and ephemera exhibits • Free appraisal of your paper collectibles (Did you inherit a stamp collection? Do you need to know the value of any paper ephemera that you might have around the house, including stamps, covers, postcards, postal history, etc.? Dealers will be available to give actual market values for these items at no charge.) • 20 Dealers • Free parking and admission. For further information contact: Tom Auletta at 518-877-3027 or www.fortorangestampclub.org

Extension offers “Putting Your Garden To Bed”

RENSSELAER COUNTY – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County will present the program “Putting Your Garden To Bed” on Wednesday, October 20 at Noon on the web platform Zoom.  This panel discussion, led by Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator David Chinery and featuring Master Gardener volunteers, will cover what to do in the coming weeks to prepare your garden for winter.  Questions can be sent in advance to David at dhc3@nullcornell.edu or can be asked during the Zoom presentation.  We’ll comment on digging dahlias, storing squash, and everything in-between.  The free Zoom link is available at the Cornell Cooperative Extension website event page found at ccerensselaer.org/events.  For more information contact Cornell Cooperative Extension at 518-272-4210 or mmp74@nullcornell.edu

St. Henry’s CYO Basketball Registration

AVERILL PARK – St. Henry’s CYO basketball will hold registration in front of the Averill Park High School Gym on Wednesday, October 20th and 27th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm for its 43rd season. Boys and girls grades 1 thru 8 are eligible to register for our In house and travel teams. Cost is 75.00 for the entire season.  APHS mandates masks be worn at all times. Please adhere to all district rules when participating. Contact Jim McCormick (518-588-5746 or email lbfoods@nullatt.net) for more information.

HVCC Presents Taína Asili y la Banda Rebelde in Concert

TROY – The Cultural Affairs Program’s Celebration of World Music continues with an hour-long concert by Taína Asili y la Banda Rebelde at noon on Thursday, Oct. 21 at the Bulmer Telecommunications Center auditorium on the Troy campus. The event also will be live streamed from that location at www.hvcc.edu/culture.

The concert promises an energetic fusion of Afro-Latin, reggae and rock music that exudes spirit and inspiration and is open free to all. (In-person attendees are required to wear a mask.)

When Puerto Rican singer Taína Asili takes the stage, whether solo or with her faithful la Banda Rebelde, she can’t help but attract attention. Raucous and rhythmic, the music dares audiences to stay seated while emphasizing the strong messages of freedom and social justice in her powerful lyrics. National Public Radio featured Asili y la Banda Rebelde in its Tiny Desk Concert series in 2016, and Rolling Stone magazine profiled the singer following her performance at the historic Washington D.C. Women’s March of nearly one million in January 2017.

The familiar duo of Taína Asili and guitarist Gaetano Vaccaro first performed at Hudson Valley Community College in spring 2010, and quickly became perennial favorites. Their most recent visit was via Zoom in fall 2020, one of 27 virtual programs offered during the 15-month COVID-19 “pause.” Asili and Vaccaro, who founded Sunangel Media, a film production company, also collaborate on film projects. “Resiliencia,” their documentary filmed in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico following hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, was screened at HVCC in fall 2018.

Upcoming Celebration of World Music concerts are HEARD on Thursday, Nov. 4 at noon and Golfstrom on Thursday, Nov. 11 at noon. Both concerts take place at the BTC auditorium and via live stream at www.hvcc.edu/culture, and are open free to all

Contact Debby Gardner at d.gardner@nullhvcc.edu for more information.

Nassau/New Lebanon Girl Scouts

NASSAU – On Thursday, October 21, 2021 we will be hosting a Girl Scout Information Night at the Nassau Village Hall from 6pm to 7:30pm.  There will be information about Community Service, Leadership, Camping, and girls can earn their 1st fun patch.

HVCC’s Cultural Affairs Program Announces Noontime Concerts

TROY – The Cultural Affairs Program will present A Celebration of World Music, featuring four local groups well known to many in the Capital Region, during the Fall 2021 semester at Hudson Valley Community College. Plans call for each program to be presented in-person in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center on the Troy campus, as well as live streamed from that location. Visit www.hvcc.edu/culture for the access link for each hour-long program. All are open free to the public.

Taína Asili y la Banda Rebelde – Thursday, Oct. 21 at noon – When Puerto Rican singer Taína Asili takes the stage, whether solo or with her faithful la Banda Rebelde, she can’t help but attract attention. Raucous and rhythmic, the music emphasizes the strong messages of freedom and social justice in Asili’s powerful lyrics. This concert promises an energetic fusion of Afro-Latin, reggae and rock music that exudes spirit and inspiration.

HEARD – Thursday, Nov. 4 at noon – Heard is a handful of extremely-talented musicians, who bring together their skills and passion for world music, jazz and improvisation to create irresistible grooves set in a unique, sonic tapestry. The group’s vibrant sound has grown to incorporate influences from West Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean and beyond. Energetic and upbeat, Heard features Composer Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius (keyboards/vocals), Jonathan Greene (woodwinds), Bobby Kendall (bass), Brian Melick (drums) and Zorkie Nelson (percussion/vocals).

Golfstrom – Thursday, Nov. 11 at noon – Golfstrom performs an eclectic mix of 1930’s to 1960’s folk and pop songs that originated in France, Italy, Germany, Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Israel, Mexico, Argentina and beyond. Golfstrom features Jonathan Greene on clarinet, Bobby Kendall on string bass, Sergei Nirenburg on accordion and vocals, and Brian Melick on percussion.

Contact Debby Gardner at d.gardner@nullhvcc.edu for more information.

CDSC Big Game Butchering Class with Mike Cardis

GRAFTON – Capital District Sportsman Center (CDSC) of Grafton, NY. –   “Mike the Butcher,” will focus primarily on how to break down a Whitetail Deer from A – Z. You will learn all the cuts and how to process your harvest. CDSC will serve venison Chili & more. A good time with lots of laughter & learning to be had by all. 13 Babcock Lake Rd, Grafton NY. Friday, October 22, 2021, 5 – 9 pm. Space is limited to 40 registrants. Adults $25 & under 18 free. To register, visit our website at http://cdsc.education.

October 2021 Meeting for the Capital District Genealogical Society

CAPITAL DISTRICT –  Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET – Online Zoom Meeting. CDGS meetings are presently held on Zoom. Registration is free and will open to the public on October 16, 2021. See www.capitaldistrictgenealogicalsociety.org under meetings and events. There is a 100 person limit. Topic: Understanding and Using Fulton History. Dennis Hogan will explain how www.fultonhistory.com/ works.  The Fulton History website provides free of charge an index with images for over 49,000,000 pages of newspapers. Most newspapers are from New York State, however papers from other states are being added to the collection. Tips will be presented on how to use this site including search and navigation techniques.

Trunk or Treat – Safe Seasonal Event

BRUNSWICK – Sunday, October 24, 4-6 PM come dressed in your favorite costume and participate in Brunswick Church’s Trunk or Treat. The outdoor event will take place in the parking lots of Brunswick Church (42 White Church Rd). Fun family event for all ages. We will be exercising recommended safety precautions and encourage wearing face masks. Please bring friends and prepare for lots of fun!

East Bank Arts Alliance Show at Sand Lake Center for the Arts

SAND LAKE – The East Bank Arts Alliance was established a few years ago as a collaborative of creative people on the east side of the Hudson River in upstate New York, home of the famous Hudson River School. This show features a variety of mediums and styles, and runs through October 24th. The gallery is open Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 3pm. eastbankarts.com.

Rensselaer Plateau Alliance launches Nature Book Club

RENSSELAER COUNTY – You are warmly invited to RPA’s new Nature Book Club, with Rama Hamarneh, PhD. The book club provides a space to discuss books related to nature, together as a community! One evening a month, we will meet on Zoom to discuss a book we have read, and the work’s relationship to nature. We will explore multiple aspects of nature in literature – represented through multiple genres and authors from around the globe. The next book club meeting will be on Tuesday, October 26 at 7pm, when we’ll discuss Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass. The book club is free to attend, and all are welcome, but registration is required. Please visit www.rensselaerplateau.org to learn more.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County Hosts Llama and Alpaca Parasite Management Workshop

RENSSELAER COUNTY – October 26th 2021 at 6:30 P.M. Sweet & Savory Farmette- 2082 Buskirk-West Hoosick Rd, Buskirk, NY 12028

Learn how to keep your camelids healthy, happy, and free from parasites! Aside from a short tour of our host farm, our speaker, Emaly Leak of Autumn Hill Llamas and Fiber, will briefly discuss ways to prevent parasites through management, how to tell if our llamas or alpacas have parasites, and strategies on how to treat them. The main focus of this workshop will be how to collect your own samples and run a fecal analysis with a centrifuge and microscope. All materials will be provided minus fecal samples (please provide from a llama or alpaca on your farm). We expect the program to be no more than 2 hours.

Due to space, materials, and time we will be capping the program at 10 people (first come-first serve basis) and we will not be accepting walk-ins. There is a registration fee of $10 per person and you must register in advance. This can be done by contacting the CCE of Rensselaer County Office at kls342@nullcornell.edu or 518-272-4210. If anything changes due to COVID-19 regulations, those who have registered will be contacted as soon as possible.

Tag Sale at the Rensselaer Senior Center

RENSSELAER – Grandmas treasures and Uncle Joes junk. You are sure to find something you just absolutely need at prices so low we are practically giving it away. We need to make room for more treasures. So come shop and plan on joining us for lunch all you need to do is make a reservation. Suggested contribution for lunch is $3. No one is denied a meal inability to contribute. Shopping starts at 9am Wednesday October 27th bring a bag and fill it. All proceeds go to senior programs. For more info call (518) 463-2166 from 9 to 3pm we are located in Rensselaer on East and Herrick Streets. Always accepting donations

Trunk or Treat

DEFREESTVILLE – Blooming Grove Reformed Church, 706 Bloomingrove Dr. Drive, Defreestville, NY. Drive through parking lot (Covid safe) on Friday, October 29,2021 from 4:30 to 6:00pm. Each family is asked to bring a non-perishable food donation for Doors of Hope. Pick up your treat as you drive-thru.

3rd Annual Trunk ‘N Treat

CASTLETON – You are invited to the 3rd Annual Trunk ‘N Treat at Emmanuel Reformed Church in Castleton. Our celebration will be held on Saturday, October 30 from 4:00 – 5:30 pm. Invite your family and friends to don a costume (or not) and head on over to 1150 Maple Hill Road in Castleton, NY to enjoy the fun of Trick or Treating among the decorated vehicles in our parking lot. Kids of all ages are welcome.

Grafton Lakes State Park to host Fall Fun Day

GRAFTON – Do you love fall? So do we! Come out the day before Halloween to enjoy fall activities at Grafton Lakes State Park. Activities will include a “build-a-bat”, s’mores, crafts, pumpkin painting, costume contest, and more! All festivities will begin at 3pm at the Welcome Center and run until 5:45pm.

A family friendly movie will start at 6pm in the parking lot. Do you have a favorite family friendly Halloween movie? Find us on Facebook to vote on which movie we should select! Bring snacks, your favorite chair, and warm layers for this unique event.

The event will be held on Saturday, Oct 30th. The festivities will be from 3-5:45pm. The drive-in movie will start in the parking lot at 6pm. $3 per person, ages 3 and under free. No registration.

Grafton Lakes State Park is located off of Route 2, twelve miles east of Troy, New York. Please use the park’s main entrance on Grafton Lakes State Park Way for this event. There is no entrance fee for this event. For more information, please call the park at 518-279-1155.

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation oversees more than 250 parks, historic sites, recreational trails, golf courses, boat launches and more, which are visited by 78 million people annually. A recent study found that New York State Parks generates $5 billion in park and visitor spending, which supports nearly 54,000 jobs. For more information on any of these recreation areas, call 518-474-0456 or visit parks.ny.gov connect with us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram.

The Reformed Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill Trunk or Treat

SCHODACK – The Reformed Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill, located at 902 Schodack Landing Rd., will be hosting a Trunk or Treat on October 31st, between 4-6 PM. Come check out the Halloween decorations while enjoying some cider and donuts…and candy, of course!  All are welcome! We will be collecting canned goods/dry food items for our local food pantry, The Anchor. Please consider making a donation. Hope to see you there! (Due to COVID, donuts and candy will be pre-bagged)

West Sand Lake Vol. Fire Company Halloween Party/Parade

WEST SAND LAKE – Calling all ghosts and witches and ghouls and goblins (and Pokemon and Princesses, too)! The witching hour is at hand! Once again, the time has come to dress in all your spooky finery, and invade West Sand Lake.

The West Sand Lake Volunteer Fire Co. is sponsoring its annual Halloween party for kids of all ages on Sunday, October 31. As in previous years, we are planning a special treat for all our trick-or-treaters, and their parents. We will be proudly featuring our community’s costume creations in a parade from the West Sand Lake Elementary school to our Fire House.

If you would like to join our parade, please meet at the school at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 31st. We will step off promptly at 1:00 p.m., and proceed to the Fire House. The traditional Halloween party, with costume judging, prizes, games, refreshments and surprises will immediately follow the end of the parade. As always, admission to the party is free! Please NOTE: Masks or appropriate face coverings will be required at all times.

So, plan on joining us on Sunday, October 31st. It promises to be a fun time for all!

Trunk or Treat at Saint John’s Episcopal Church

TROY – Saint John’s is hosting its second annual Trunk or Treat on Halloween, Sunday, October 31, from 2:00 – 4:00pm. Come bring kids up to age 12 to receive “treats” as they visit the elaborately-decorated “trunks” of cars, truck, and vans, parked in the parking lot of Saint John’s, directly across from the church. It promises to be a fun time for all, and a chance to enjoy the creativity of the trunks on display as well as the imagination of the children’s costumes.

Saint John’s is an Episcopal Church located at 146 1st Street in Troy. For more information, please contact our Director of Children’s Ministries at Kbrillat@nullstjohnstroy.org or 518.694.2577 and leave a message.

Town of North Greenbush Halloween Parade

NORTH GREENBUSH – The Town of North Greenbush Halloween Spectacular will be held on Sunday, October 31st. First, we will kick-off the events with our annual parade starting at 2pm from the Family Dollar parking lot on Main Ave. The parade will proceed down Main Ave to Town Hall. There will be lots of new and exciting events planned including a “Trunk or Treat” at town hall. For those who don’t know, the “trunk-or-treat” event will have participants decorate their vehicles and park them in one central location at town hall. The cars are just as decked out as the kids and then everyone goes from decorated trunk to decorated trunk to pick up some treats while having fun looking at all of the decorations. There will be a contest for the “best tricked-out trunk” so let your imagine get the best of you and decorate! There will be cider and donuts for the kids and many more surprises in store. This event is being organized by Councilwoman Jessica Merola, Chair of the town youth committee. For more information, please contact Councilwoman Merola at the town supervisor’s office at (518) 283-5313, x-5.

Rensselaer Co. Home Bureau Open Board Meeting

RENSSELAER COUNTY – Rensselaer Co. Home Bureau will hold its Open Board Meeting and Workshop Hop Monday, Nov. 1 9:30 am, First Reformed Church, Wyn.  Due to Covid restrictions no food can be served.

The Stephentown Players

STEPHENTOWN – 1574 Garfield Road, Stephentown.  518.733.0427 – The Stephentown Players are proud to announce their premier production; Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece, Krapp’s Last Tape with Toby Wherry as the brooding Krapp who sits alone in his den listening to a recording of himself at an earlier time, while reflecting on his aspirations, purpose and lost love. The production runs on Saturdays, November 6, 13, 20 and 27 at 7PM at the GYM at Four Fat Fowl, 473 Rt. 43 in Stephentown. Admission is Free. For reservations call: 518-733-0427.

To Love a Child to Host 12th Annual Dinner and Awards Celebration – The Spirit of Adventure

Clifton Park – To Love a Child, Inc. announces its 12th Annual Awards Dinner to be held on Friday, November 19, 2021 6:00pm at Longfellows Restaurant in Saratoga Springs, NY.  The Spirit of Adventure themed event will feature a Silent Auction, the Circle of Love Awards presented to Mary Ann Kermani, Rilla Langley Schulte, Laurene Sheppard, Mary Passaretti and The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church/Grace Endowment Fund. In addition our 6th Annual Kids Helping Kids Auction to support local children in their efforts to help children who are less fortunate. Come join us for a unique evening of fun and celebration and help support our many programs for children and families.

Ticket prices are $100 per person for dinner tickets, $50 per person for Students, $125 Honorary Committee and $150 for Super Honorary Committee. Invitation and sponsor opportunities can be found on our website.  

RSVP by November 11th.

Learn more about the work we do in our local community, Haiti and Zimbabwe and how you can make a difference in the lives of severely impoverished children. Visit our website at www.toloveachild.net  or call 518-859-4424.

NYS Snowmobile Safety Class

GRAFTON – On Saturday, November 13th, the Grafton Trailblazers Snowmobile Club will host a NYS Youth Snowmobile Safety Class for youth ages 10-17. Students must be at least 10 years old the day of the class. Parents are encouraged to attend and participate. The course will be held at the Grafton VFW/Fire Hall on South Road from 8:15 to approximately 4:30pm. The course will be taught by NYS certified volunteer instructors Jim Blessing and Dominic Jacangelo. The course will cover topics such as NYS laws and regulations, riding skills, trail emergencies, protecting the environment, trail etiquette, maintenance and repair, trailering, etc. To register on-line, go to the club web site: graftontrailblazers.com. Space is limited, so no walk-ins please. The course is free of charge and lunch will be provided. Masks required.

Girls November/December Lacrosse

CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland Lacrosse will be running girl’s lacrosse programs this winter on Sunday mornings starting on November 14, 2021 & ending on January 2, 2022 at the All Star Academy in Latham.  Levels include: • Leagues for youth grades 4 – 6th, & modified/JV grades 7-9th & a Varsity league.  • An advanced skills and drills program designed for players who want to take his game to the next level – grades 6 – 8th and 9 – 12th. • Instructional programs for novice players’ grades 4 – 6 & 7  – 11 • Instructional programs for beginner  grades 4 – 6, & 7 – 11  • A co-ed k-5th learn to play program. For more information go to capitallandlacrosse.com or Email us at Chad@nullcapitallandlacrosse.com  

Girls November/December Field Hockey

CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland Field Hockey will be running girls Field Hockey programs this winter on Sunday mornings starting on November 14, 2021 & ending on January 2, 2022 at the All Star Academy in Latham.  Levels include: League for modified/ JV grades 7-9. • An advanced skills and drills program designed for players who want to take his game to the next level – grades 6 – 8th and 9 – 11. • Instructional programs for novice players’ grades 5 – 7 & 8 – 11 . • Instructional programs for beginner  grades 4 – 6, & 7 – 11  • Learn to play beginner program grades K – 3: for all young players who want to learn how to play in a friendly fun atmosphere.  The Emphasis is on Fun. For more information go to capitallandlacrosse.com or Email us at Chad@nullcapitallandlacrosse.com  

Boys November/December Lacrosse

CAPITAL DISTRICT – Capitalland Lacrosse will be running boy’s lacrosse programs this winter on Sunday mornings starting on November 17, 2021 & ending on January 2, 2022 at the All Star Academy in Latham.  Levels include:  Levels include: • Coaches’ corner grades 4 – 6, & 7– 9 advanced skill program that has varsity-level coaches recreate a set of advanced-level practices full of skills & drills that players need to for the next level.   • Instructional programs for novice players’ grades 6 – 9, & 2 – 5th . • Instructional programs for beginner  grades 6 – 10, & 2 – 5th  • A co-ed k-5th learn to play program.  For more information go to capitallandlacrosse.com or Email us at Chad@nullcapitallandlacrosse.com  

Hope 7 Community Center’s Holiday Vendor & Craft Fair

TROY – Join Hope 7 Community Center on November 21, 2021, from 11:00-4:00pm, at Franklin Terrace Ballroom, 126 Campbell Ave, Troy, for our annual vendor & craft fair. This event will have 60+ crafters & vendors for all of your holiday shopping needs.  

The first 100 shoppers through the door will be entered into a special door prize drawing. There will also be a variety of raffles, 50/50, bake sale, free admission & ample parking. Food will be available to purchase. Proceeds from this event to benefit Hope 7’s food pantry. Bring an unwrapped toy for our pantry’s Santa Shop and receive 5 free raffles tickets! For further information please contact mhouser35@nullaol.com or lauratbev@nullaol.com.

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