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Tuesday, Feb. 23

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL: Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Care: An conference and row contention of a authorised and reliable issues lifted in a new case. This module has been authorized for 2.0 hours of Ethics CLE Credit. Albany Law School, Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom (421), 80 New Scotland Ave. Albany. Open to a public. Registration is giveaway yet required. To register, email Amy Gunnells during agunn@albanylaw.edu.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tiny Tots, 9:30 a.m. Stories, songs and fingerplays for children adult to age 35 months with caregiver. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Adult sewing tutorial, 6:30 p.m. Registration Required, greatfully call a library for details. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. For some-more information call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org.

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HEALING POWER OF FOOD: Cindy Geyer, an unifying and lifestyle medicine expert, will benefaction a harangue patrician “The Healing Power of Food” during Williams College on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Geyer is one of a core expertise members during The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s (CMBM) “Food as Medicine” conference, training physicians and other health caring professionals how to use food and lifestyle to residence health concerns in their possess lives and those of their patients. In her lecture, Geyer will plead how what we eat impacts a mood, energy, and health. She will also pronounce about how to navigate opposing nutritive recommendation to favour a nutritive attribute with what’s on a plate. This eventuality will take place during 7 p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3. It is giveaway and open to a public. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications during (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map

NYQUIST LEADERSHIP SERIES: How do we strengthen your mechanism systems from those who find to feat not usually your digital vulnerabilities yet also tellurian behavior? Please join Excelsior College on Tuesday, Feb 23, 2016 for a Nyquist Leadership Series: The Real Costs of Cyber Ignorance. State Capitol Correspondent, Susan Arbetter, will moderate. Panelists will embody C-suite spin executives and experts from Albany Medical Center, Price Chopper Supermarkets, New York State government, and Excelsior College. All events are giveaway and open to a public. Registration is singular to 100 attendees. Please revisit leadership.excelsior.edu to register for a event.

Wednesday, Feb. 24

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 9:30 a.m., Family Storytime. Stories, songs and activities for children adult to age 6 with family. 10 a.m., Family Playtime. Free play and socialization with toys, blocks, balls and more. Up to age 6 with family. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: In respect of Black History Month, The Friends of a New York State Library are hosting a screening of a film “The Brothers: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in Albany” on Wednesday, Feb 24, from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in a Librarians Room, 7th building of a Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. This film recounts a actions from 1966 to 1971 of a pacifist organisation of black organisation operative to exterminate poverty, urge use opportunities and opening to health care, quarrel dive housing conditions, and conflict domestic corruption. To register, call 474-2274; for some-more information about module content, call 474-5957.

COHOES CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT: Cohoes City School District Board of Education unchanging meeting, 6 p.m., Cohoes Middle School Library.

KOREAN STORY-SINGING: The Williams College Department of Music presents thespian Chan E. Park on Wednesday, Feb. 24 during 8 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall on a college campus. Chan E. Park presents her bilingual instrumentation of an mention from a Song of Shim Chong, along with slides that embody English interpretation of a lyrics. The Pansori Song of Shim Chong is one of a 5 exemplary pansori repertoires recorded as Korea’s Important Intangible Cultural Property (1963), and admitted as UNESCO’s Masterpiece of a Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity (2003). The unison is giveaway and open to a public. Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall is located during 54 Chapin Hall Drive in Bernhard Music Center on a Williams College campus. For some-more information revisit www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

SPEIGLE ELDERS: The Speigle Elders will reason a bi-monthly assembly on Feb 24 with refreshments supposing by Table #1. Members are reminded that their 2016-17 impost are being collected by membership chair, Ellen Lewis. Members are also asked to benefaction wooden lead pencils for chain to internal propagandize children. New and surrogate bowlers are acquire to join a non-sanctioned joining that meets during a Alpha Lanes on Mondays with use any Friday.

Thursday, Feb. 25

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION: The New York Capital Region section of a American Marketing Association (NYCRAMA) announces a Feb Luncheon, “How Brands Can Compete in a Shifting Digital World”, Thursday, Feb 25, during The Century House, 997 New Loudon Road, Latham, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Join NYCRAMA and patron knowledge organisation comment director, Luke Madden, for an ominous luncheon presentation. Cost is $25 for AMA members and students; $35 for nonmembers. Pre-registration is elite around http://bit.ly/nycrama-2016-brands-compete. Walk-ins are also welcome. Cash or check will be supposed during a door.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 9:30 a.m., Family Storytime. Stories, songs and activities for children adult to age 6 with family. 10:15 a.m., On My Own. Stories, songs and fun for children age 3-6 while relatives wait during a café tables. 11:15 a.m., Tai Chi for Health. Practice a ancient Chinese art that promotes health and wellness while focusing on new movements in a Tai Chi for Arthritis form. All ages and abilities welcome. 6 p.m., Family Build Night. Use your imagination to build cold objects regulating Legos, K’nex, Qibits, Strawbees, 3D puzzles and more. For kids and families. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy is carrying pointless sales around February. Bargain prices on all clothing, housewares, tiny appliances, furniture, linens, toys, books. Visit us any Thursday or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For some-more information call 235-3851.

GENEALOGY WALKING TOUR: Walking Tour of a Local History and Genealogy Resources during a New York State Library, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., New York State Library 7th building – accommodate in front of Genealogy/Local History/Equipment desk, Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. The debate highlights published genealogies, internal histories, church records, Daughters of a American Revolution (DAR) records, United States and New York State Census records, newspapers on microfilm, city directories and more. Shawn Purcell, thesis dilettante for origin and internal story during a New York State Library, will lead a tour. The debate is singular to 15 people and registration is required. Register online during http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 474-2274.

HOW TO WOW: A one-of-a-kind eventuality for attendees to learn proven strategies for withdrawal a certain durability clarity of their best self, presented by internationally acclaimed orator Frances Cole Jones, a author of “How to WOW: Proven Strategies for Selling Your (Brilliant) Self in any Situation.” Cole Jones’ blog was voted one of a tip 100 websites for women by Forbes.com. Thursday, Feb 25, Hilton Garden Inn, Troy. Registration and Breakfast 7:30 a.m., followed by module from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Register during renscochamber.com/events.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Winter Book Club preference during a Rensselaer Library, 676 East Street, is “Major Pettigrew’s Last stand” by Helen Simonson. Come to an spontaneous contention during 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb 25. Refreshments served.

SIERRA CLUB: Sierra Club Hudson Mohawk Group presents Roger Downs, Conservation Director of Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, with an Environmental Update on Pipelines, Bomb Trains and a New York’s Renewable Energy Future. 7 p.m., Colonie Town Library, 629 Albany Shaker Road, Colonie. Free and open to a public.

SOAP MAKING CLASS: Soap Making for Gardeners, 6 to 8 p.m., 24 Martin Road, Voorheesville. This category is all about holding caring of a gardener’s best tool, their hands. Join a Master Gardeners to learn a elementary routine of soap making. Each member will make and take home 4 bars (4 oz. each) of a goat divert shaped soap that has been privately crafted with herbs, essential oils, and a choice of healthy scrubbing additives. As a special yield any member will name a span of Mudd Gloves to take home for a arriving gardening season. Register by job or emailing Sue Pezzolla during 765-3516 or sep37@cornell.edu and following adult with remuneration of $20 (checks done out to CCE Albany) to endorse participation. Class is singular to 20 participants and places will not be reliable yet payment.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY FUNDRAISER: Revolution Hall during 417 River Street in Troy, is courteously hosting a fundraising eventuality for a Troy Public Library on Thursday, Feb 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. Come out for a fun night of Trivia and Prizes with Scott Mumford of “Catch a Mania- Upstate NY”. Tickets are permitted during both a Main Library (100 Second Street) and a Lansingburgh Branch (27 114th Street). Sign adult divided or as a organisation of 4-8. Tickets are $20/person and embody your trivia and appetizers. Cash bar. Come out and support your library and have some fun. Please feel giveaway to strike a library during 274-7071 or 235-5310 if we need serve sum or have any questions.

VIOLIN RECITAL: Violist Nadia Sirota will give a uncover and pronounce during Williams College on Thursday, Feb. 25, during 5 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, Bernhard Music Center. During her visit, Sirota will give a solo uncover interspersed with an interpretive and comment pronounce on her collaborations with contemporary composers and a origination of her strike radio uncover “Meet a Composer,” a podcast from Q2 Music that takes listeners into a minds and artistic processes of composers origination some of a many innovative strain today. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

WARMTH OF WINE: The 11th Annual Warmth of Wine, a booze tasting advantage to assistance seniors compensate their heating bills, will take place on Thursday, Feb 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. during a Century House in Latham. Presented by Umbrella of Colonie, a home upkeep module of Colonie Senior Service Centers, a Warmth of Wine is a encampment eventuality for friends of CSSC to get together and lift supports and recognition in a encampment for seniors who can't means a cost to feverishness their homes around a winter months. All supports lifted go directly to seniors in need. Wine from around a universe will be showcased during a eventuality along with light transport and hors d’oeuvres, live and wordless auctions, and a poser booze lift where guest could travel divided with a bottle of booze value $150 or more. For reservations, revisit www.colonieseniors.org.

Friday, Feb. 26

ALDUS WINDOW: On Friday, Feb 26 during 6:30 p.m., during Troy Night Out, P. Thomas Carroll, a Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway’s Senior Scholar and former Executive Director, will be during a Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, to plead Tiffany’s Aldus Window. Of a scarcely hundred Tiffany windows in Troy, one of a many famous is a specially-commissioned Aldus Window during a Troy Public Library. Carroll’s harangue will explain who Aldus was and since he was selected as a thesis for this window. For a initial time, Carroll will vaunt a source for a pattern of a window, a poignant new find done reduction than a year ago. He will also yield a brief overview of all a other Tiffany treasures in downtown Troy. This module is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information call a library during 274-7071 or go online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

BOOK RELEASE SIGNING: Sorelle Gallery is gratified to announce a initial Book Release and Signing Event, featuring a work of artist David Hill. As partial of David’s opening plan as both an illustrator and collaborating author, Sorelle Gallery will horde an opening usurpation to applaud a announcement of his initial children’s book, “Birds Can Fly, Why Can’t I?” The Book Release and Signing is scheduled to take place on Friday, Feb 26, from 5 to 8 p.m. during a Sorelle Gallery, located during Stuyvesant Plaza in Albany.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: T/ween Book Club: “The War That Saved My Life,” 6 p.m. Paint Sip, 6 p.m. Registration Required, greatfully call a library for details.4118 State Highway 2, Troy. For some-more information call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org.

CHARLES DARWIN: On Friday, Feb 26 during 8 p.m., during Troy Night Out, P. Thomas Carroll, will be during a Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, to plead Charles Darwin. In 1975, Carroll became a really initial paid worker of a Charles Darwin Correspondence Project, roving to Cambridge, England, that summer to assistance launch it. Darwin, one of a many poignant scientists of all time, is also one of a many misunderstood. Carroll will set a record true in this illustrated harangue that puts Darwin’s whole life in correct context. This module is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information call a library during 274-7071 or go online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

ETHAN STONE: EPOCH Assisted Living during Melbourne, 140 Melbourne Road, Pittsfield, will acquire Ethan Stone for a opening on Friday, Feb. 26 during 1:30 p.m. Stone entertains audiences with renouned jazz songs from a 1920s by a 1950s. He has toured around a United States, Europe and Latin America. Stone complicated jazz and contemporary piano during Berklee College of Music. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a open yet space is limited. For some-more information or to RSVP, greatfully call 413-499-1992.

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinner, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Menu: Baked fish cooking served with twice baked potato, tossed salad or coleslaw, corn cobette, hurl and butter, $11; Fish grill or clam hurl cooking served with french fries or onion rings and tossed salad or cole slaw, $9; Fish grill or clam hurl usually $7. All served with coffee, tea or prohibited chocolate and dessert. Special children’s menu for ages 5 to 10: Fish sticks, french fries or onion rings, applesauce, extract or milk, $4 (children underneath 5 free). Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy Schenectady Rd., Latham. For some-more information call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com.

HUMAN LIBRARY: Williams College invites all members of a encampment to knowledge a fifth annual Human Library on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. It will take place in a Paresky Student Center, and is a free, interactive event. The Williams Human Library contains scarcely 60 “books”: Williams students, faculty, staff, and encampment members who have volunteered to be “checked out” for adult to 30 mins each. Each “reader” has a one-on-one examination with a book, who shares his or her story and answers questions acted by a reader. Together, book and reader have an enchanting contention about their similarities, differences, and life experiences. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

LENTEN FISH FRY: The Poestenkill Christian Church, 721 Snyder’s Corners Rd., Poestenkill, will be portion fish grill or clam hurl dinners from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. any Friday during Lent including Good Friday. Dinners embody French fries, cole slaw and beverage. Cost is $9.50. Also served are prohibited dog dinners, including French fries and libation for $4.50. Individual food equipment can be purchased separately. Dine in or take­-out. Call 286-2773 for reservations or take-outs. For some-more information, call Barbara during 279-9458.

PAULA POUNDSTONE: The Charles R. Wood Theater, 207 Glen St., Glens Falls welcomes comedian Paula Poundstone on Friday, Feb 26. Showtimes: 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tickets: $59.50. For some-more information call 480-4878 or revisit http://www.woodtheater.org/.

SINGLES OUTREACH: Motown More with Derick Horton and The Jay Street Band. 7 p.m., Hanover Square, 435 New Karner Road, Hill Street entrance. For some-more information call 452-6883.

Saturday, Feb. 27

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: On Feb 27 Bethel Baptist Church will reason a finish of month ‘Community Meal’ from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. during 2165 Fifth Avenue, Troy. This Aug Bethel will applaud 80 years in a City of Troy.

BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATION: The North Chatham United Methodist Church, located during 4274 Route 203, will have a Celebration on Saturday, Feb 27th. From 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. there will be Spirituals toll in a refuge featuring Philip Grant and Julie Kabat as soloists, with accompaniment by Carol Anderson, strain director. The church choir will perform, as good as a array of songs where all are acquire to lend their voices. At 6:30 p.m. there will be a southern-style cooking in a brotherhood hall. All are acquire to attend possibly eventuality or both and there is no charge. No reservations are needed. For some-more information on these events, rite services or other church activities, greatfully call 766-3535 or revisit northchathammethodistchurch.org.

BRAIN BEE: Albany Medical Center’s Center for Neurosciences and Neuropharmocology will horde a initial internal Brain Bee foe during 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 27 in a Huyck Auditorium, 43 New Scotland Avenue. Students ages 13-19 who are meddlesome in a mind and neuroscience are invited to contest opposite their peers for a possibility to attend in a Regional Brain Bee in Baltimore, MD. High propagandize students will answer questions about a mind and a vicious functions and will have an eventuality to accommodate and network with neuroscientists, neurologists and neurosurgeons. An informational eventuality for meddlesome students will be reason during noon Saturday, Feb. 6 in a Huyck Auditorium during Albany Medical Center. For some-more information, revisit www.amc.edu/brainbee, or strike Julia Prusik during albanybrainbee@gmail.com.

COFFEEHOUSE CONCERT SERIES: Join Sand Lake Center for a Arts for a initial Concert of their 2016 Squire Jacob Coffeehouse Concert Series. From Chapel Hill, NC SJC presents a really gifted Jeff and Janet Furman, who move their heartwarming normal American and Celtic strain to 2880 NY43, Averill Park during 8 p.m.. Tickets are $18. Adults, underneath 18, $10. For prepaid reservations or for some-more information go to www.slca-ctp.org or call 674-2007.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe during Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave., N Troy is carrying pointless sales around February. Bargain prices on all clothing, housewares, tiny appliances, furniture, linens, toys, books. Visit us any Thursday or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For some-more information call 235-3851.

HUMAN LIBRARY: Williams College invites all members of a encampment to knowledge a fifth annual Human Library on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27, from 1 to 4 p.m. It will take place in a Paresky Student Center, and is a free, interactive event. The Williams Human Library contains scarcely 60 “books”: Williams students, faculty, staff, and encampment members who have volunteered to be “checked out” for adult to 30 mins each. Each “reader” has a one-on-one examination with a book, who shares his or her story and answers questions acted by a reader. Together, book and reader have an enchanting contention about their similarities, differences, and life experiences. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications (413) 597-4277 or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

POKER TOURNAMENT: West Sand Lake Volunteer Fire Department’s Deep Stack “Omaha High” poker contest fundraiser starts during 1 p.m. Doors open during noon during a glow dialect hall, 3695 NY Route 43; greatfully use “Rear” Event Hall entrance. $25 Entry FD Donation. $60 Buy-in goes to esteem pool. 30,000 in chips. Re-entry chip permitted within initial hour of play. $20 additional Add-On available. 50/50 raffle tickets available. Free refreshments and lunch will be served. Reservations are elite yet all walk-ins are welcome. For some-more information call Dennis during 283-2252 or a Fire Hall on a day of a eventuality during 674-3677.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS SEMINAR: Come to a Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, on Saturday, Feb 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a business workshop. Is this a year we take that thought and spin it into a business? Have we always dreamed of operative for yourself? Come hear from internal professionals what it takes to start and run a successful business. Presenters will be from a Small Business Development Center, a City of Troy, Constant Contact and internal businesses. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Registration is necessary. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

THACHER NATURE CENTER: Black Bears, 10 a.m. Winter is a deteriorate of nap for many animals, including a Black Bear. Learn how bears tarry this prolonged duration of time yet eating or celebration water. See how we ‘measure up’ to a bear, find out about their diet and make your possess bear cooking image to take home. Please call 872-0800 to register.

TLC OF TEXTILES: Textiles tell a story of civilization. On Feb 27, during 2 p.m., during a Cohoes Visitor Center, Sarah Stevens will share information about a refuge of these small pieces of history. Sarah has a extended credentials in weave assign as both a conservator for a State and owners of Zephyr Preservation Studio. She will examination fibers and fabric structures as good as environmental factors. People are acquire to move samples. However, since of time constraints, usually 5 will be selected to denote techniques. Additional info on www.SpindleCity.net.

Sunday, Feb. 28

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Albany’s possess newly shaped Black Diamond Group garb presents a initial Black History Month Celebration Show on Feb 28 during a Opalka Gallery, located on New Scotland Avenue in Albany. Doors open during 2:30 p.m., uncover time starts during 3 p.m. Performers for this eventuality will be blues/gospel guitar actor Eugene Clark, dark-skinned spiritual/gospel thespian Anne Terrell, and a Black Diamond Group Performance Ensemble. Tickets are $10 during a doorway and giveaway to a Sage Community. Proceeds from this uncover go to advantage WCAA-LP 107.3FM Albany Radio Station. For some-more information greatfully strike Ovella Snow during 961-2411 or Penny Meacham during 253-8439.

CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING BOOK DISCUSSION: Sunday, Feb 28. during 6 p.m. hosted by Albany-Saratoga Spiritual Adventures during Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs. Join us for a devout book discussion. All are acquire possibly or not they’ve read. This month’s book is “Discover a Power Within You” by Eric Butterworth. For some-more information, revisit www.newthoughtnewyork.org or call 423-3569.

MONTHLY BREAKFAST: 9 a.m. to noon, full smorgasboard and omelet station. Cohoes-Waterford Elks, 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes. Adults, $8; children 4 to 12, $4; and children underneath 4 free.

THACHER NATURE CENTER: Winter Greenery Snowshoe Walk, 10 a.m. Join in a snowshoe (or winter walk) by a woods enjoying a evergreen of hemlocks, cedars, and pines while looking for signs of wildlife and listening for early roving birds. Warm adult thereafter with prohibited cocoa. Call 872-0800 to register.

WORD PLAYS: Now in a 9th deteriorate – a storytelling array for adults. ”Irresistible:” Myths, historical, personal and literary stories about people drawn to a irresistible, as told by these tellers: Kate Dudding, Marni Gillard, Barbara Palumbo, Nancy Marie Payne. 2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 28. The Fenimore Gallery during Proctors, 432 State St., Schenectady. $12, Groups of 8 or some-more compensate usually $8 per ticket. For some-more information e-mail kate@katedudding.com or call 383-4620.

Monday, Feb. 29

FIX IT: The League of Women Voters of Saratoga County and a New York State Nurses Association benefaction “Fix it: Health Care during a Tipping Point,” 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. during a Saratoga Springs Public Library, 49 Henry Street. This new 55-minute film, done from a business perspective, looks in-depth during how a dysfunctional and emasculate medical complement indemnification a economy, suffocates a businesses,discourages physicians, and negatively affects a nation’s health while it stays unaffordable for a third of a citizens. Discussion of a film will be facilitated by Dr. David Ray, Chair, Capital District Chapter, Physicians for a National Health Program, and member, Capital District Alliance for Universal Healthcare. If a library is sealed on comment of weather, a film will be shown on Tuesday, Mar 1.

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: The 2016 Tournées/Williams College French Film Festival presents “La noiraude” (2005) and “Bande de filles / Girlhood” (2014) during Images Cinema, 50 Spring Street, Williamstown MA. At 6:15 p.m., Fabienne Kanor presents her brief film “La noiraude,” that explores a clarity of yearning and belonging of a second-generation black Parisian lady who parses her French Caribbean identity. The festival continues during 7 p.m. with “Girlhood,” by Céline Sciamma. Marieme joins an all-girl squad in a projects of Paris and is solemnly incited out of her bombard by her 3 new friends. As she falls serve underneath their brag and flighty energy, she starts origination dauntless and ridiculous choices. Both films are in French with English subtitles. The screenings are giveaway and open to a public.

THE MARTIAN: Nominated for 7 Academy Awards, and leader of 2 Golden Globes and churned other awards, “The Martian,” starring Matt Damon, will be shown during a Cohoes Public Library on Feb 29 during 5:30 p.m. It’s a story that speaks to man’s ability and presence instincts as Astronaut Mark Watney is reputed upheld during a manned idea to Mars and struggles to let NASA know that he is still alive. Rated PG-13, children contingency be accompanied by adults. More info during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org.

SHRINERS: The Troy Shrine Club of a Oriental Shriners will accommodate on Monday, Feb 29, with a amicable hour during 6:15 p.m. followed by cooking prepared by Dorothy Allen during 7 p.m. followed by a assembly during Oriental Shrine Center, 75 Water Plant Road for cooking reservations. Call bar secretary Paul Kahian during 630-6448 or e-mail paulsk52@hotmail.com for some-more information.

Tuesday, Mar 1

BACH AND BONGOS: Professor David Metzer of University of British Columbia gives a harangue patrician “Bach and Bongos: Musical Borrowing from Baroque to Hip Hop” on Tuesday, Mar 1, during 4:15 p.m. in Bernhard Music Center Room 30 during 54 Chapin Hill Road on a Williams College campus. Prof. Metzer will plead a borrowing of dual songs: a chorale “Es ist genug” used by Bach and a Incredible Bongo Band’s recording of “Apache.” As opposite as they might be, a dual have one thing in common: they have been borrowed frequently by musicians. The steady borrowings have sum meanings to a songs that would have been inconceivable when they initial appeared. This harangue is sponsored by a Class of 1960 Scholars Fund and is giveaway and open to a public.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: “Getting In!” 6:30 p.m. Come to this good gathering and learn all we need to about removing in to college. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy.

Wednesday, Mar 2

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: The 2016 Tournées/Williams College French Film Festival presents “Alphaville” (1965) during a Paresky Auditorium on a Williams College campus, Williamstown MA. A cockeyed alloy of extend fiction, pap characters, and surrealist poetry, Jean-Luc Godard’s ungodly debate to a puzzling Alphaville stays one of a slightest compulsory films of all time. In French with English subtitles. Free and open to a public.

PITTSTOWN SENIORS: The Town of Pittstown Seniors initial assembly of a new year will be Mar 2, 2016. Trips for 2016 are designed for Jun 8-10 for opening of “Samson” during a Millennium Theatre in Pennsylvania, and Dec 9-11 Capital Christmas during Washington DC. For prices and sum call Sylvia during 478-3335 Leave message

Thursday, Mar 3

COLLEGE PRESIDENTS PANEL DISCUSSION: A row contention featuring informal University Presidents to plead aloft credentials as an mercantile motorist for workforce expansion in a Capital Region. Featuring Dr. John Ebersole, LPD, Excelsior College; Andrew Matonak, Ed.D., Hudson Valley Community College; Br. F. Edward Coughlin, Ph.D., Siena College; Dr. Carolyn J. Stefanco, Ph.D., The College of Saint Rose. Panel moderated by Dr. Joseph Dragone, superintendent of a Ballston Spa Central School District. Hilton Garden Inn, Troy. Registration and Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Program 8 to 9:30 a.m. Register during renscochamber.com/events.

MASONS: The Apollo King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #13 F.A.M. will accommodate on Thursday, Mar 3. The dusk module will be Past Masters Night, Veterans Night, Ladies/Widows Night, Awards and Recognition/Remembrance Night. The dusk will start with a amicable hour during 5:30 p.m., followed by cooking during 6:30 p.m., followed by dusk events in a Masonic Lodge Room. All will take place during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brusnwick Road. Dinner reservations should be done to a Junior Warden, Frank P. Burek during 322-7966, or e-mail bluetick7175@gmail.com. The deadline for registration is Feb 29.

Friday, Mar 4

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: T/Ween Which Craft, 3:45 p.m. Come make DIY tie-dyed coffee mugs. Registration required.4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinner, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menu: Baked fish cooking served with twice baked potato, tossed salad or coleslaw, corn cobette, hurl and butter, $11; Fish grill or clam hurl cooking served with french fries or onion rings and tossed salad or cole slaw, $9; Fish grill or clam hurl usually $7. All served with coffee, tea or prohibited chocolate and dessert. Special children’s menu for ages 5 to 10: Fish sticks, french fries or onion rings, applesauce, extract or milk, $4 (children underneath 5 free). Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy Schenectady Rd., Latham. For some-more information call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com.

Saturday, Mar 5

ANTIQUE SHOW: All Saints on a Hudson Parish will be hosting their Annual Antique Show on Saturday, Mar 5, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. during a Parish Center during 52 William Street. Food will be permitted from a kitchen. Vendors wanted: Call Maria Amann 664-6405 or email Anne Amann during Buffalo362@gmail.com.

CABIN FEVER SALE: Shake off a winter blues and stop during a Cohoes Public Library on Mar 5 (snow date, Mar 12) for a Cabin Fever Sale. Sponsored by a Friends of a Cohoes Public Library, a sale facilities a book sale, and their ever renouned homemade bake sale. The sale will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during a Library during 169 Mohawk St. Do we have some books that need a good home? Drop them off during a library a week before. Updates might be found online during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org, or by job 235-2570.

CORNED BEEF CABBAGE: A small bit of Irish fitness for you: Eagle Mills Christian Church D.O.C.’s annual Corned Beef Cabbage Dinner is Mar 5, 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. during 500 Brunswick Road, Troy. Menu: Corned Beef, Cabbage, Carrots, Potato, Rolls, Soda Bread, Dessert, and Beverage. Adults $10, kids $5. Call 279-1588 for some-more information.

MID-LENT BRUNCH: La Fédération franco-américaine du New York (FeFANY) invites everybody to a Mid-Lent Brunch (La mi-Carême) on Saturday, Mar 5, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Catered by Joe Forget, a brunch will be reason during The Venue (former St. Joseph’s Church), 65 Congress Street, Cohoes. Cost is $23 for adults; $10 for children ages 6-12. Reservations are compulsory no after than Friday, Feb 26. Send a check done payable to FeFANY – FeFANY, PO Box 354, Cohoes, NY, 12047. Follow La Federation events on Facebook and a Web.

TRUE STORY OF ETHAN FROME: When she was introspective a consummate of her new novel Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton removed conference about a comfortless sledding collision 6 years earlier. Using element from her stirring book, “Edith Wharton’s Lenox,” Berkshire historian Cornelia Brooke Gilder will tell about a genuine collision that happened in Lenox on Mar 11, 1904. “Snow Crash: Lenox’s True Story of Ethan Frome,” is a Tea Talk during Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, 104 Walker Street, Lenox, on Saturday, Mar 5 during 3:30 pm. A Victorian tea will follow a pronounce and a Q A session. Tickets for module are $22 for allege reservations and $27 day of a event. Reservations are rarely endorsed as seating is limited. For information or reservations call Ventfort Hall during 413-637-3206 or revisit info@gildedage.org.

Sunday, Mar 6

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: An English Country Dance will be reason on Mar 6 during Channing Hall of a First Unitarian Universalist Church, 405 Washington Avenue, Albany. Dances will be called and taught by Graham Christian. Live strain will be by Pat MacPherson and Aldo Fabrizi. The Dance will be reason 2 -5 p.m., rudimentary gathering on ask during 1:30 p.m. All are welcome, no knowledge or partner is necessary. Admission is $12. The Dance is sponsored by Capital English Country Dancers, an associate of a Dance Flurry Organization (Information www.danceflurry.org/capital-english or 477-5684).

LUPUS MALL WALK: Join a Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York for their 9th Walk Along for Lupus Mall Walk on Sunday, Mar 6, during Crossgates Mall in Albany. Walkers and volunteers will be lifting income for education, support services and investigate for Northeastern New York Lupus patients and their families. The smallest concession is $20 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12 and children underneath 5 are free. Use a opening nearby Best Buy and join us for registration during 8 a.m .with a travel commencement during 9 a.m. For information call a Lupus Alliance of Upstate NY during 800-300-4198 or register online during www.lupuswalk.org.

RADIO CONTROLLED RACING: Join a transformation in 2016 and be partial of Tamiya’s Premier Radio Control Car Racing Championship. The Tamiya Championship Series is a radio tranquil automobile racing classification that is orderly by Tamiya America, Inc. with a informal support of participating hobby retailers around a USA. The TCS Series is open to any hobbyist, both new and experienced, as a accumulation of classes are offering to compare your ability spin and budget. A Regional Race Event takes place during RC Kinetics, 2739 6th Avenue, Troy. Register by Feb 15 during https://www.rccarevents.com/contestant-Reg.cfm?event_id=2515.

Tuesday, Mar 8

‘ELVIS’ PERFORMANCE: The Troy Senior Center, located during 19 Third Street, in downtown Troy is vehement to announce that on Tuesday, Mar 8, 2016 Elvis will be performing. Entertainment starts during 11 a.m., followed by a noon lunch. Please join us for this illusory show, and tasty lunch. For sheet information, or to make a reservation, greatfully call a core during 270-5348.

Wednesday, Mar 9

GOOGLE PARTNERS DIGITAL EVENT: Take advantage of this good eventuality to learn from a Google consultant about flourishing your business with Google Advertising. 11:30 a.m., Registration/Networking Pizza; noon to 1 p.m.. Live Stream Google Presentation; 1 to 1:30 p.m. Google Plus for Business QA with Google Partner Darcy Knapp. Schenectady bureau of a Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, 306 State Street, Schenectady. Free 2 Hr Parking opposite a travel in a Municipal Parking Lot. Tickets are giveaway – a eventuality is sponsored by Google. Register during https://partnersconnect.withgoogle.com/event/darcy-knapp-consulting-inc.

PUTTING DIVERSITY TO WORK: A farrago training eventuality for attendees to learn how to emanate an thorough workplace, supply staff to work with a different organisation of professionals, how to effectively promulgate among staff and how to stay on tip of amicable trends. Julie Ross, of Corbett Ross Organizational Solutions, LLC, has some-more than 10 years’ knowledge in assessing organizational behavior, plan management/corporate training and practical vicious meditative to investigate of organizational needs. Revolution Hall, Troy. Registration and Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Program runs from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Register during renscochamber.com/events.

ROMAN FAMILY FUNDRAISER: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Cohoes-Waterford Elks, 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes. Corned Beef cooking $10. Reuben Sandwich $6. Call 235-3222 for take-out orders and internal delivery.

Thursday, Mar 10

TROY SENIOR CENTER: On Thursday, Mar 10, The Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, in downtown Troy will be carrying a bi-monthly membership meeting. Meeting starts during 10 a.m. Light refreshments will be served. For some-more information, greatfully call a core during 270-5348.

Friday, Mar 11

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinner, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menu: Baked fish cooking served with twice baked potato, tossed salad or coleslaw, corn cobette, hurl and butter, $11; Fish grill or clam hurl cooking served with french fries or onion rings and tossed salad or cole slaw, $9; Fish grill or clam hurl usually $7. All served with coffee, tea or prohibited chocolate and dessert. Special children’s menu for ages 5 to 10: Fish sticks, french fries or onion rings, applesauce, extract or milk, $4 (children underneath 5 free). Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy Schenectady Rd., Latham. For some-more information call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com.

Saturday, Mar 12

CHATHAM BOOKSTORE: Berkshires Poet Patty Crane discusses her book, “Bright Scythe: Selected Poems by Tomas Tranströmer,” Swedish producer and Nobel laureate, during a Chatham Bookstore on Saturday, Mar 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. A examination with Thomas Chulak from a bookstore and Q A will follow a brief reading. Free. Refreshments. Live during a Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main St., Chatham. For some-more information call 392-3005 or revisit http://chathambookstore.com/.

CORNED BEEF CABBAGE: The Melrose Methodist Church, 20 Church Street, will reason a corned beef and cabbage cooking on Mar 12 during 5 p.m., take outs during 4:30 p m. Cost for adults $10, children 4-10 is $5. We are handicaped-accessible. For some-more information or reservation call 235-4370

MOUNTAIN ROAD SCHOOL: Families meddlesome in nature-based, out-of-the-box credentials are invited to an Open House during Mountain Road School on Saturday, Mar 12 from 10 a.m. – noon. Prospective families (kids are acquire too) can learn a school, debate a classrooms and campus, and accommodate with Director of Education, Cynthia Gray as good as with teachers and parents. Mountain Road School is famous for a innovative, multi-aged classrooms, nature-based curriculum, and child-centered philosophy. Mountain Road School is located during 4565 County Route 9 in New Lebanon/East Nassau, and is ensconced in a lovingly-restored 1788 Hand House, situated on 20 acres of pleasing fields, woods, and streams. For additional information, revisit a school’s website during www.mountainroadschool.org. or strike Anne Undeland, Director of Outreach, during 794-8520.

SARATOGA BATTLEFIELD HIKE: “Survivor: Winterland,” a park ranger led winter travel of Saratoga Battlefield, located between Rt. 4 and Rt. 32, usually north of a Village of Stillwater, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Park Ranger Bill Valosin leads a travel into a winter woods with an eye toward “roughing it when we have to,” like when your GPS gets we mislaid in a core of miles-from-nowhere and we need a cozy, comfortable fire, cosy shelter, or some H2O to drink. No one gets voted off here. For some-more information about this or other events, greatfully call a Visitor Center during 518-670-2985 or check a website during www.nps.gov/sara or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @SaratogaNHP

SPRING GARDEN DAY: Spring starts Mar 12 with “Spring Garden Day,” a module of gardening classes and fun reason during Tamarac High School in Brunswick. Special orator and award-winning garden engineer Bettina Mueller from Dutchess County will pronounce on “A Tea Garden in Tivoli,” keynote orator and author Ellen Sousa will give a arrangement “Native Plants and Pollinators: Making The Connection,” and there are 9 some-more classes to select from. A plant sale, garden book sale, Pick-A-Prize Auction, book signings and fanciful doorway prizes are other highlights. Participants also accept a tasty homemade lunch featuring soups, Stromboli and desserts. Program price is $30 per chairman and pre-registration is required. Call Cornell Cooperative Extension during 272-4210 and ask for Marcie, or revisit www.ccerensselaer.org for details.

Monday, Mar 14

HONORING DECEASED VETERANS: The Rensselaer County Honor a Deceased Veteran Program will be honoring Mr. William J. Baker during this month’s rite on Mar 14 during 0830 in a Legislative Chambers, Third Floor of a County Office Bldg. located during 1600 Seventh Avenue, Troy. William proudly served in a United States Army during World War II fighting around Europe earning a Bronze Star along with other medals. After a fight William married and began lifting his family in Grafton. He worked as a machinist for Bendix in Green Island until his passing. William was a member of The Grafton VFW Post 6340, The Grafton Volunteer Fire Department and was a Committeeman for Boy Scout Troop 534 of Grafton. For some-more information call Rensselaer County Veterans Service Agency, 270-2760.

Thursday, Mar 17

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Come applaud St. Patrick’s Day during The Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, in downtown Troy. Enjoy some smashing party achieved by Bob Treffiletti starting during 11 a.m., followed by a tasty Corned beef cabbage lunch during noon. For reservations greatfully call 270-5348. Don’t forget to wear your green.

Friday, Mar 18

FRIDAY FISH DINNERS: Latham K of C Friday Fish Dinner, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menu: Baked fish cooking served with twice baked potato, tossed salad or coleslaw, corn cobette, hurl and butter, $11; Fish grill or clam hurl cooking served with french fries or onion rings and tossed salad or cole slaw, $9; Fish grill or clam hurl usually $7. All served with coffee, tea or prohibited chocolate and dessert. Special children’s menu for ages 5 to 10: Fish sticks, french fries or onion rings, applesauce, extract or milk, $4 (children underneath 5 free). Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy Schenectady Rd., Latham. For some-more information call 783-0572 or revisit http://www.lathamcoloniekofc.com.

Ongoing

ADULT COLORING: Make your Monday evenings awesome, commencement Feb 22, anytime between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., come to Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls to De-stress with Adult Coloring Books. Have fun and relax like when we were a kid. We have a array of adult coloring books and pencils, so that we can lay in a comfortable sourroundings and suffer yourself.

CHENEY LIBRARY STORY TIME: Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will start an 8 week Spring Story Time on Feb 23 during 10 a.m. in a Story Room. The thesis this Spring will be “On Your Mark, Get Set … Read.” We will have copiousness of stories, finger-plays, songs, crafts and snacks. And of march we will do a Wiggle, Waggle strain and all of a motions. So On Your Mark, Get Set and Come to Cheney Library during 10 a.m on Tuesdays to have fun with reading.

CHENEY LIBRARY TAX PREP: The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance and a Office of a Taxpayer Rights Advocate have selected Cheney Library as a site to horde a Facilitated Self-Assistance (FSA) taxation credentials during a 2016 income taxation filing season. Each Wednesday Joe LaPosta, from a Outreach staff, will be here between a hours of 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. to assistance taxpayers do their taxes electronically for free. You will learn usually how elementary and quick it can be to e-file. If we would be receiving a reinstate we will get it twice as quick as with a paper return. You will need to bring: a duplicate of final year’s taxation return; print ID (such as driver’s license); explanation of income (forms W-2, 1098, 1099, any other papers arrangement income); forms 1095- A, B, C (affordable medical statement); health word extend certificate, if received; information associated to any credits that we are claiming; bank comment and routing numbers (for approach deposition of your refund); your e-file PIN (if we formerly e-filed). If we would like to haven a place on Wednesday call Cheney Library during 686-9401.

INCOME TAX E-FILING HELP: If your income was subsequent $62,000 final year, we validate for a superb giveaway program. Appointments can be done any Monday and Wednesday by Apr 13, during a Cohoes Public Library with a NYS Tax Department Employee who will assistance we navigate a question-based module and we will learn how to e-file your return. Note – they can't ready a lapse for we usually assistance we with a process. See www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org for some-more info or call 235-2570 for an appointment.

CHENEY LIBRARY LEGO CLUB: Cheney Library, Hoosick Falls, is expanding a Lego Club. On Feb 19, Mar 4 and 18, Apr 1 and 15 a Lego players will be fifth and sixth graders. On Feb 26, Mar 11 and 25, Apr 8 and 22 a players will be second, third, and fourth graders. The Lego Club meets after propagandize from 4 until 5 p,m, on a categorical building of a library. Mary Lucey will be helped with grades 2 – 4 by Christina White. There are copiousness of Legos for everybody to build what they would like. If we have a child in any of these grades who enjoys Legos send them to a library on their Friday.

SPEIGLE ELDERS: The Speigle Elders reason their initial assembly of 2016 during 12:30 p.m. on Feb 10. With a disproportion of holiday and continue scheduling, a bar meets on a second and fourth Wednesdays of any month during a Faith Lutheran Church on Route 40 with speakers and special events scheduled on a monthly basis. At a new formulation session, a indeterminate calendar discussed for a arriving year includes a May overnight train outing to a Amishland in PA, MacHaydn Theater, Racino during Saratoga in September, in-house Italian luncheon, an Ice Cream Social, lunch during a Red Lion Inn with a revisit to Norman Rockwell Museum as good as luncheons during area restaurants. Please strike Lois Kewley if we are peaceful to horde one of these many events.

SPEIGLE ELDERS BOWLING LEAGUE: The Speigle Elders unite a non-sectioned bowling joining during a Alpha Lanes in Lansingburgh during noon on Mondays with use bowling on Fridays. All teams are seeking new and surrogate bowlers. Anyone meddlesome might join a joining any Monday during a bowling lanes.

TAX TIME: Every Wednesday regulating until Apr 15, a Rensselaer Library,676 East Street, will horde NY state Tax Department employees to yield giveaway taxation credentials assistance for anyone with an income underneath $62K a year. This is for both State and Federal taxes. Call 462-1193 to make an appointment.

COMPUTER HELP: Every Tuesday from 1-3 p.m. a Rensselaer Library, 676 East Street, offers drop-in mechanism and device assistance from an consultant from Cornell Cooperative Extension. Bring in your device for assistance with a specific problem, or usually come in to accept common-sense instruction in regulating computers.

PUBLIC ASTRONOMY PROGRAM: On a third Saturday of any month, a Albany Visitor’s Center will be holding dual open astronomy programs during a Henry Hudson Planetarium. The children’s module will start during 11 a.m. and is an interactive module exploring a stars, planets, comets and constellations in a night sky. Geared for children ages 3-7 and their families. The 1 p.m. Star Sighting Show is also an interactive module that identifies a stars, planets, comets and constellations, yet presents collection and techniques for apropos an pledge astronomer. Geared for skywatchers ages 8 and above. 2016 Dates for open planetarium programs: Feb 20, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 20, Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17. All tickets are $3. 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany.

FREE SPIRIT FELLOWSHIP: Free Spirit Fellowship of Watervliet is now holding services Thursday evenings during 7 p.m. in a United Methodist Church. The church is located during 1401 1st Avenue. For serve info, greatfully call 961-3464.

FREE HOME BIBLE STUDY: A good approach to investigate by a Bible during your convenience. Exciting and ominous investigate that could change your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellowship. For some-more information call 885-3149

TRANSPORTATION TO SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton, offers travel to a core any other Monday, and any Wednesday and Friday for a suggested concession of $1. They will collect adult in Cropseyville, Grafton, Petersburg, Berlin and Stephentown. Come join a fun and a healthful lunch Monday by Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Programs offering during a core embody yet not singular to; Wii games, cards, dominoes, informational presentations, crafts, scrapbooking classes, yoga and many special events. All programs are giveaway and embody materials; move a crony or come make new ones. For some-more information or to haven a outpost boyant call Penny during 279-3413.

CHAIR YOGA: Yoga is a prominence reliever. It improves balance, coherence and strength. When sum with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even some-more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear lax wardrobe and let’s widen and relax. Classes are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during 10 a.m. during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton. You might join during any time. It’s a mind and physique rejuvenation, yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If we have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch after exercise, greatfully strike a core during 279-3413.

MEET ME AT DUNCAN’S: Have we eaten during Duncan’s today? Last week? How about anytime during a final 75 and years? Visit a Brunswick Historical Society to perspective a exhibit, “Meet Me during Duncan’s” that highlights a story of Brunswick’s best famous dairy bar and a place in encampment history. The Brunswick Historical Society, located during 605 Brunswick Road (corner of Moonlawn) in Brunswick, has a domicile in a ancestral 1881 Garfield School, where a investigate and ancestral library are also permitted to a public. The Society is open Wednesdays, 1 to 4 p.m., Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and by appointment. For serve information about this or other programs reason by a Society, greatfully revisit www.bhs-ny.org, find us on Facebook, or call 279-4024.

REVITALIZING A CITY’S SOUL: If we trust that art can reanimate a city’s soul, come and check out Choose Cohoes for Art. A organisation of both artists and non-artists alike, members trust that art is a approach to renovate a city. We are looking for uninformed ideas and assistance in implementing them. Interested? Check us out on a second Monday of a month during Ragged Edge Studios, 137 Remsen St., Cohoes during 6 p.m. Questions? Send to info@ChooseCohoesForArt.org and check out a Choose Cohoes for Art FaceBook page.

JEWELS OF THE SEA: The ”Jewels of a Sea” seashell vaunt will be open a third Saturday and Sunday of any month, Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit, located during Discovery Hall, Second Street, Troy, is an try dedicated to systematic exploration, discovery, and reconnecting of people with a healthy world. Wheelchair accessible. Admission is $5 for Adults; $2 for students 12 and older; Free for kids 11 and under. We are wheelchair accessible. Call 669-0043 for some-more information.

THE BOOK SELLER: The Book Seller, sponsored by a Friends of a Troy Public Library, is located during a Lansingburgh Branch during 114th Street and 4th Avenue. Hours are Wednesdays from 2 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It offers several thousand kindly used books during discount prices. Most of a tough cover books are fifty cents. Soft cover books are twenty 5 cents. The Book Seller also has a collection of videos, audio cassettes, and records, as good as a preference of Friends’ signature products including tee-shirts, receptacle bags, mugs, and note cards.

PITTSTOWN SENIORS: The city of Pittstown Seniors reason their monthly meetings on a initial Wednesday of a month starting with a lonesome plate luncheon during noon. T.O.P.S meetings are reason during a Raymertown Fire House on Mason Lane. All seniors 55 or over are invited to attend.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Knitting Club now any Thursday 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Story Times, Thursdays 10:30 a.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy.

WATERVLIET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The church operates a Fabulous Finds Thrift Store, that is open any Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fabulous Finds accepts clean, unsoiled clothing. The church is located during 1401 First Avenue, Watervliet. For some-more information, greatfully call 273-0191, Ext. 4.

CAPITAL VIEW TOASTMASTERS CLUB: It is some-more than usually open speaking, Learn a accumulation of communication and caring skills. Capital View Toastmasters Club meets a initial and third Wednesday of any month from noon to 1 p.m. during a East Greenbush Library. Contact capitalview.toastmastersclubs.org.

WEEKLY CAR CRUISE: DJ John’s Cruizin’ Route 4, any Friday, 5 to 9 p.m., during The Eatery’s pushing range, 391 Rt. 4, East Greenbush. Any aged automobile welcome. One giveaway ice cream cone per car, 50/50 raffles and “The Weekly Eatery Pick and DJ Pick.” For some-more information, call DJ John during 857-7583.

BINGO: Bingo is behind during Manchester Eagles, Route 11/30, Manchester Center, Vt., second and fourth Tuesdays of a month. Doors open during 5:45 p.m. and Early Bird starts 6:45 p.m. Any questions call 802-375-2801 or 802-362-2025.

ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: The International Center of a Capital Region is initiating a Capital Region Immigration Oral History Project, that will collect and safety a first-hand interviews of Capital Region immigrants. If we would like to share your newcomer experience, strike a International Center during 708-7608 or info@iccralbany.org.

YEAR-ROUND RECYCLING: Zion’s United Church of Christ of Taborton receives a following equipment for recycling in a Blue Box subsequent to a front doorway of a Church Hall: clothing, belts, blankets, drapery, hats, palm bags, interconnected shoes, sheets, sneakers, towels and pressed animals. In a Greenfiber immature recycling container, in a church parking lot, a church receives newspapers, phone books, bureau paper, cardboard, cereal boxes, magazines, brownish-red paper bags and construction paper. Donate all used equipment to Doors of Hope in West Sand Lake. Donate used seat to a seat module of Troy Area United Ministries. Call TAUM during 274-5920, ext. 204, Tiara Burnett, to arrange for a collect up.

FOOD PANTRY: Faith’s Pantry during Grace Church, 34 Third St. is open by appointment. The puncture food cupboard is open from 10 a.m. to noon any Friday. The cupboard is also open 7 to 8 p.m. on a third Thursday of any month and from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on a fourth Thursday of any month. To make an appointment, call 237-7370.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Saratoga County Office for a Aging needs volunteers to assistance broach dishes to home-bound seniors around Saratoga County. Delivery takes about an hour. Training/orientation provided. Call Billie Jo or Carmella during a Office for a Aging during 363-4020 or 363-4033 for details.

Upcoming

WRITING SELLING YOUR BOOK: The march “No Excuses: Writing and Selling Your Book” will be reason on Mondays, Apr 4, 11 and 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. during Schenectady County Community College. Instructor Pauline Bartel, an award-winning author and author of 7 published books, will plead a step-by-step routine of transforming an thought into a published book, including formulating a book proposal, anticipating agents and publishers and running a book to edition success. Course price is $85. A compulsory coursebook ($15) is permitted from a instructor on a initial night of class. Register online during http://www.sunysccc.edu/academic/acadser/webreg.htm. Visit www.paulinebartel.com for serve information.

YOGA AT THE LIBRARY: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch. 27 114th Street, in and with a Troy YMCA, will offer Yoga classes on Wednesdays, Feb 24 by Apr 6 (no category Mar 16) during 5:45 p.m. This is an all spin yoga category that will buoy your physique and revoke stress. You will knowledge normal yoga poses, stretching, respirating and decrease techniques that will urge your flexibility, balance, strength and altogether wellness. Please move your possess mat. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 235-5310.

ZUMBA AT THE LIBRARY: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch, 27 114th Street, in and with a Troy YMCA, will offer Zumba Fitness classes on Mondays, Feb 22 by Mar 28 during 5:45 p.m. Come for one hour of fun, aerobic dancing. Burn calories and carve your physique to sparkling general rhythms. This category will be taught by a approved Zumba instructor. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 235-5310.

MID-LENT BRUNCH: La Fédération franco-américaine du New York (FeFANY) invites everybody to a Mid-Lent Brunch (La mi-Carême) on Saturday, Mar 5, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Catered by Joe Forget, a brunch will be reason during The Venue (former St. Joseph’s Church), 65 Congress Street, Cohoes. Cost is $23 for adults; $10 for children ages 6-12. Reservations are compulsory no after than Friday, Feb 26. Send a check done payable to FeFANY to – FeFANY, PO Box 354, Cohoes, NY, 12047. Follow La Federation events on Facebook and a Web.

FISH FRY: Every Friday in Lent, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Cohoes-Waterford Elks, 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes. Take out or eat in. Call 235-3222 for some-more information.

SCHENECTADY CIVIC PLAYERS: Open auditions for Bruce Norris’s “Clybourne Park,” destined by Chris Foster. At Schenectady Civic Playhouse, 12 So. Church St.,Schenectady. Tuesday, Mar 1 and Thursday, Mar 3, during 7:30 p.m. Sign-ups start during 7 pm. (Performance dates May 6 thru 15.) Roles for 4 organisation and 3 women, Caucasion African American, 20s to 50s. More information www.civicplayers.org or 382-2081.

ALBACON: Albacon is a Capital District’s possess extend novella and anticipation convention. This year’s Albacon runs Mar 4 – 6 during a Best Western Albany Airport Inn, 200 Wolf Road. Albany. David Weber, author of a Honor Harrington and Safehold SF novels, is this year’s Author Guest of Honor. Ramsey Campbell, Great Britain’s biggest critical fear writer, is this year’s Horror Guest of Honor. Heidi Hooper, a “dryer lint lady,” is this year’s Artist Guest of Honor. Dawn “Kaijugal” McKechnie, obvious cosplayer and costumer, is this year’s Fan Guest of Honor. Memberships: $35 for full weekend; $10 for Saturday only. Visit www.albacon.org/2016/ or facebook.com/groups/albacon for some-more information. Albacon is hosted by a Latham-Albany-Schenectady-Troy Science Fiction Association, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation.

PIRATE SHIP RAFFLE: Raffle tickets are on sale now for a Mega Blocks Pirate Ship, easily donated by a Siver Family. All Raffle tickets are $1 each, or 6 for $5. This unusual collectible is a Mega Blocks Pirates of a Caribbean: Flying Dutchman Ship. Come see it on arrangement during a Nassau Free Library, 18 Church Street. Drawing to be reason during a Summer Reading Kickoff Party, Jun 2016. Proceeds advantage a Nassau Free Library. For information call 766-2715, email director@nassaufreelibrary.org, or revisit www.nassaufreelibrary.org.

ELMER A. GROGAN SCHOLARSHIP: Applications are being supposed for a extend endowment of $250 for a best minute on “What Freedom Means To Me” by a graduating comparison from Brunswick Central School District or Berlin Central School District who is stability his or her education. The minute should not be reduction than 250 disproportion and not some-more than 500 words. The extend is being given by a Carner, Etman, Smith V.F.W. Post 6340 in memory of a former member Elmer A. Grogan. The deadline for applications is Apr 29th. Applications are permitted during a superintendence advisor offices of both high schools and should be mailed to Carner, Etman, Smith V.F.W. Post 6340, PO Box 361, Grafton, NY 12082, attn: Commander Richard Terpening

AMISHLANDS TRIP: Bertha Lattimore, Vice President of a Speigle Elders is formulation a outing around White Star Tours to a Amishlands in Pennsylvania for 3 days, 2 nights, May 16-18. The package includes: 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, 2 dinners (one family character and one during Shady Maple Smorgasbord), opening of Sight Sounds “SAMPSON” during a Millennium Theatre, guided debate of a Amish Countryside, Kitchen Kettle Village, Bird-in-Hand Farmer’s Market, commemoration gift, luggage handling, motorcoach transportation, taxes and gratuities for driver, lassie use and meals. A $25 down remuneration with reservation is due by Feb 16 with change on Apr 1. Cost per chairman is $369.20 for double occupancy, singular and churned accommodations also permitted and labelled accordingly. Cancellation word is also permitted on request. Contact Bertha during 235-1325 for reservations, mailing residence and additional information.

HIGH MIGHTY THERAPEUTIC RIDING: High and Mighty Therapeutic Riding and Driving Center 501(C)(3) announces registration is now open for a Spring Program. High and Mighty’s idea is to yield equine-assisted activities to people with special needs with a idea of enhancing their physical, romantic and devout good being. Please call 672-4202, email info@high-n-mighty.org or revisit high-n-mighty.org to find out more.

CALL FOR ART: The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) invites artists/artisans to request for counter space in their 45th annual juried Jun Arts Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Jun 18-19. All applications perceived after Feb 29 will be thesis to a $15 late fee. All excellent artists and artisans are invited to request with no geographic or LARAC Membership restrictions. Categories of pattern include, yet are not singular to: Ceramics/Pottery, Decorative Painting, Graphics/Illustration, Fabric/Fiber, Floral, Glasswork, Jewelry, Leather, Metalwork, Mixed Media, Fine Arts, Photography, Beauty Products, Culinary Arts* (some restrictions apply), and Wood. All work contingency be of bizarre pattern domestic by a artist. Complete discipline and a Festival concentration can be downloaded during www.larac.org or greatfully strike Festival Coordinator, Phil Casabona during 798-1144 ext.2 or festivals@larac.org.

CALLING ALL CRAFTERS: The New York State Office of General Services Special Events Office seeks qualification promoters to horde anniversary qualification shows during a Empire State Plaza for a 2016 season. Promoters and their crafters have an eventuality to showcase and sell equipment to a approximately 15,000 people who work during and revisit a Plaza around a year. Interested promoters should send a minute of seductiveness along with: association bio, resume and history; association strike information and website; a brief company/artist statement; a inventory of veteran references with strike names and numbers; a inventory of represented artists or qualification vendors; photographs of represented artists and qualification vendors’ work/items for sale. This support contingency be submitted by Feb 29 to NYS Office of General Services, Special Events Office, Empire State Plaza, Concourse Room 120, Albany NY 12242. Seasonal Craft shows are hosted on a Concourse spin around a year, typically Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. For some-more information e-mail OGS.sm.Special.Events@ogs.ny.gov or call 474-4759.

TUTORS WANTED: Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County urgently needs tutors. There are some-more than 80 people in Rensselaer County watchful for assistance in reading, writing, and vocalization English, as good as people who need assistance with math and mechanism skills. Literacy Volunteers is looking for tutors to be interconnected with adult learners, reading mentors for Everybody WINS! Power Lunch, math and mechanism tutors, and write examination partners for English Language Learners. As a proffer we can rise new skills, make friends, and see how your efforts make a disproportion in your community. Call 274-8526 to register for this giveaway information session.

RADIO CONTROLLED RACING: Join a transformation in 2016 and be partial of Tamiya’s Premier Radio Control Car Racing Championship. The Tamiya Championship Series is a radio tranquil automobile racing classification that is orderly by Tamiya America, Inc. with a informal support of participating hobby retailers around a USA. The TCS Series is open to any hobbyist, both new and experienced, as a accumulation of classes are offering to compare your ability spin and budget. A Regional Race Event takes place during RC Kinetics, 2739 6th Avenue, Troy. Register by Feb 15 during https://www.rccarevents.com/contestant-Reg.cfm?event_id=2515.

LANSINGBURGH LIBRARY NUTRITION SERIES: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh branch, 27 114th Street, in and with a Rensselaer County Cornell Cooperative Extension, will offer their Eat Healthy, Be Active array on Thursdays, Feb 25, Mar 3, 17 31 and Apr 7 from 1 to 2 p.m. Come learn how to Read Food Labels, Understand Unit Pricing and Eat Healthier on a Budget. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 235-5310.

BERKSHIRE CONCERT CHOIR REHEARSALS: Beginning Wednesday, Feb 24 during 7 p.m. during Pittsfield High School, East Street, for a Sunday May 22 unison of strain of Great Poets/Great Composers. Paula Nuss is a Artistic Director. Singers of all ages are welcome. No try-out required. Dues $40 per person. For some-more information call (413) 442-6210.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY STUDIO TIME: Do we wish to do some-more art yet can never find a time? Ann Reilly, internal artist, has a solution. Ann has organised with a Cohoes Public Library for some “studio” time to paint, pull or even usually color. On Wednesdays, 2/17, 2/24, 3/2 and 3/9, from 6 – 7:30 pm, join people of like mind to pursue that ever middle we choose. While there will be some coloring books and colored pencils available, to be certain we have what we need, greatfully move your possess supplies. Additional info during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org.

SPRING GARDEN DAY: Spring starts Mar 12 with “Spring Garden Day,” a module of gardening classes and fun reason during Tamarac High School in Brunswick. Special orator and award-winning garden engineer Bettina Mueller from Dutchess County will pronounce on “A Tea Garden in Tivoli,” keynote orator and author Ellen Sousa will give a arrangement “Native Plants and Pollinators: Making The Connection,” and there are 9 some-more classes to select from. A plant sale, garden book sale, Pick-A-Prize Auction, book signings and fanciful doorway prizes are other highlights. Participants also accept a tasty homemade lunch featuring soups, Stromboli and desserts. Program price is $30 per chairman and pre-registration is required. Call Cornell Cooperative Extension during 272-4210 and ask for Marcie, or revisit www.ccerensselaer.org for details.

NEW YORK IN BLOOM: The 25th Annual New York in Bloom takes place Friday, Feb 19 by Sunday, Feb 21, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. during a New York State Museum, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Delight your senses with a sights and scents of flowers during a State Museum’s annual New York in Bloom, that advantages a Museum’s educational programs for children. Over 100 superb floral arrangements designed by internal floral designers, flower enthusiasts and garden bar members are on arrangement in a Museum’s galleries this weekend. Other activities embody children’s programs and floral pattern demonstrations. Admission: $5 (cash only); children ages 12 and underneath are free. Visit a Museum’s website for some-more information and a report of programs: http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/programs/nybloom/.

ART OF PERSONAL ESSAYS: Transform a typical events of your life into unusual personal essays. Explore a step-by-step routine in “Writing From Your Heart: The Art of Personal Essays,” a march that will be reason on Thursdays, Mar 3, 10 and 17, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. during Hudson Valley Community College. Instructor and award-winning author Pauline Bartel will inspect a routine of regulating letter games to clear personal experiences, selecting a many effective minute style, moulding use into a initial breeze and permitting reader greeting to labour a breeze into a discriminating essay. Course price is $59, that includes a coursebook. To register, write 629-7339. Visit www.paulinebartel.com for some-more information.

NUTRITION PROGRAM: The Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, in and with a Rensselaer County Cornell Cooperative Extension, will offer their Eat Healthy, Be Active array on Tuesdays by Mar 8 from 4 to 5 p.m. Come learn how to Read Food Labels, Understand Unit Pricing and Eat Healthier on a Budget. This module is giveaway and open to a public. You might register for one category or all six. Please make reservations by job a library during 274-7071.

BRAIN BEE: Albany Medical Center’s Center for Neurosciences and Neuropharmocology will horde a initial internal Brain Bee foe during 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 27 in a Huyck Auditorium, 43 New Scotland Avenue. Students ages 13-19 who are meddlesome in a mind and neuroscience are invited to contest opposite their peers for a possibility to attend in a Regional Brain Bee in Baltimore, MD. High propagandize students will answer questions about a mind and a vicious functions and will have an eventuality to accommodate and network with neuroscientists, neurologists and neurosurgeons. An informational eventuality for meddlesome students will be reason during noon Saturday, Feb. 6 in a Huyck Auditorium during Albany Medical Center. For some-more information, revisit www.amc.edu/brainbee, or strike Julia Prusik during albanybrainbee@gmail.com.

GRACE CHURCH LENTEN SERVICES: Ash Wednesday Eucharist Services will start during noon and 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10 during Grace Church, 34 Broad St., Waterford. The Rev. Kathy Alonge-Coons will applaud Palm Sunday Services during 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. on Mar 20. Rick Hacker will perform as organist. Deacon Denise Moore will assist. During Holy Week Monday, Mar 21 by Good Friday, Mar 25 Morning Prayer will start during 8 a.m. A Maundy Thursday Liturgy of a Holy Eucharist and lonesome plate repast will start during 6 p.m. Mar 24. Good Friday Services will be reason during noon and 7 p.m. Mar 25. Walking a Way of a Cross by a encampment of Waterford will start after a noon service. An Easter Vigil Service will start during 7 p.m. Saturday, Mar 26. Easter Holy Eucharist will start during 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Mar 27. For some-more information, call a Episcopal bishopric during 237-7370 or revisit gracewaterford.org.

NORTHCOUNTRYARTS: NorthCountryARTS will applaud a opening of a Member Exhibition during a 2nd Floor Gallery in Glens Falls City Hall, located during 42 Ridge St. in downtown Glens Falls. The muster facilities a works of a members including pieces in acrylics, wood, oils, watercolors, fabric, valuables and other churned media. All equipment will be for sale. The vaunt runs by Friday, Feb 26. Gallery hours are Monday by Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WILLIAMS 2016 FACULTY LECTURE SERIES: During Feb and March, Williams College will unite a annual Faculty Lecture Series. On Feb. 25, Associate Professor of Psychology Amie A. Hane will benefaction “From a Tide Pool to a Stars…and Back Again: Early Caregiving and Human Neurobehavioral Development.” Professor of Art Layla Ali will pronounce about “Relieving a Tedium: On my Attempts to Overthrow a Small Government and More Reflections from my Time as an Artist,” on Mar 3. On Mar 10, Morgan S. McGuire, associate highbrow of mechanism science, will benefaction “Virtual Reality: The Actuality of ‘Total Cinema.’” The final talk, “Constitutionalizing a American Vice State,” will be presented by Justin Crowe on Mar 17. All lectures will start during 4:15 p.m. in Wege Auditorium, Thompson Chemistry, followed by a usurpation in Schow Atrium. The lectures are giveaway and open to a public.

HIGHLIGHT ACTING TROUPE: The Highlight Acting Troupe presents “Little Women” on Friday and Saturday, Feb 26 and 27 during 8 pm and Sunday, Feb 28 during 2 p.m. during a Brunswick Grange, Rt. 7 and 142. “Little Women,” created by Louisa May Alcott and blending by Scott Davidson, will be destined by Ethel LeVan with Christine LeVan assisting. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students. For reservations call Ethel during 237-6936.

MINDFUL MILE FIGHT HUNGER 5K: Looking for a approach to get in figure while lifting income for a good cause? Join a 2nd Annual Mindful Mile Fight Hunger 5K on Saturday, Apr 16. While it might seem counter-intuitive, craving and plumpness can coexist in a same individual, family, or community. With 125,000 employees servings millions any day, Sodexho has an eventuality to fuel a transformation for a change. Join Sodexho and a University during Albany to make a certain disproportion in a community. 9:30 a.m., University during Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany. For some-more information revisit https://ualbanydining.com/community/mindful-mile-5k.html.

OPALKA GALLERY: Kate Teale: The Housed, by Apr 10. London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale will emanate an bizarre site-specific wall sketch in a gallery to accompany her muster of windy paintings and large-scale drawings of waves and bedsheets that boyant between figuration and abstraction. “The Housed” travels to a Opalka from Western Michigan University’s Richmond Center for Visual Arts. Opalka Gallery, a Sage College of Albany, 140 New Scotland Avenue.

EPOCH ART EXHIBIT: EPOCH Assisted Living during Melbourne will “Love Friendships,” a photography exhibit, around a month of February. Created by Life Enrichment Director and photographer Sherry Pease, “Love Friendships” is a collection of tender, insinuate and distinguished shots of residents, staff and family members during EPOCH Assisted Living during Melbourne. This vaunt is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, greatfully call 413-499-1992. EPOCH Assisted Living during Melbourne is located during 140 Melbourne Road, Pittsfield.

JOB FAIR: The Center for Careers and Transfer will horde a Community Full Time Job Fair on Tuesday, Apr 5, from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. located in a McDonough Sports Complex, Hudson Valley Community College. Please register online during www.hvcc.edu/career-transfer/employers/jobfair.html on or before Mar 25 to safeguard your association name and information will be listed in a Community Job Fair Directory that is given out to all attendees. The registration price is $100 (Profit) and $70 (Not-for-Profit) for a initial representative. Additional member price is $25 (Profit) and $20 (Not-for-Profit). The price includes an 8 X 10 booth, employer sign, table, chairs, rubbish basket, continental breakfast and lunch. The Center for Careers and Transfer staff is permitted to support we with questions or concerns. You might strike a bureau during 629-7326.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS WORKSHOP SERIES: The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, invites artists or encampment members with an seductiveness in training artistic techniques to attend in their arriving gathering array with featured exhibiting artists. All workshops are open to all knowledge levels. These workshops continue this open and summer with “Structured Abstraction with Paul Rothenstein,” Apr 16, 1 p.m., Cost: $15 LARAC Members/$25 Non-Members; “Rethinking Embroidery Designs with Patricia Dolton,” Jul 16, Cost: $10 LARAC Members/$20 Non-Members. Participants contingency pre-register to participate, greatfully call 798-1144 ext.2 or pointer adult on www.larac.org.

AARP TAX ASSISTANCE: The AARP TaxAide module will start providing giveaway taxation credentials services for low and assuage income residents in Saratoga, Washington and Warren counties in February. The AARP TaxAide module is sponsored by a AARP Foundation in team-work with a Internal Revenue Service-IRS. AARP TaxAide counselors are volunteers who are lerned in state and sovereign taxation regulations, and are approved by a IRS to yield taxation credentials services. Tax credentials services will be permitted by Apr 15. To find a plcae nearest you, go to www.aarp.org/findtaxhelp. Then call a listed phone array to report an appointment. If we do not have opening to a internet, call 1-888-227-7669 for assistance.

SAND LAKE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: What will occur when an concerned immature black man, an aged German newcomer and a profound white teen are thrown together on a strange, dark, fatal night in Brooklyn? Join Soul Rebel Performance Troupe along with The Sand Lake Center for a Arts as they move we “Slow Dance on a Killing Ground,” a play by William Hanley, with special accede by Dramatists Play Service. Directed by John-Remy Monnay. Performances on Feb 4, 5, and 6 during 8 p.m., and Feb 7 during 2:30 p.m. during Sand Lake Center for a Arts, 2880 NY43, Averill Park. Tickets are $18 adults. Prepaid reservations can be done during www.slca-ctp.org or call 674-2007.

LENTEN FISH DINNERS: The Cohoes Knight of Columbus will have their fish dinners any Friday during Lent by Mar 25 during a Council Hall, 255 Remsen St. Dinner time is 4 p.m. by 6:30 p.m. Menu includes Fish Fry Dinner and Scallop Dinner with dual choices of French Fries, Coleslaw or Mac and Cheese for $8. Fish Fry, or scallop $5. Also available: clam chowder $2.50, onion rings $2.50 French Fries $1.50. Take-out is permitted and internal smoothness is permitted from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

ALBANY VISITORS CENTER: Paintings by Natasha on arrangement by Feb 24. Come see a giveaway vaunt of Natasha’s paintings. Born in Penza, Russia and a connoisseur of Penza Art College, Natasha focuses on portrayal with oil and H2O tone and enjoys portrayal landscapes and portraits. With an indebtedness for Vincent Van Gogh, Natasha gets her impulse from inlet and study impressionist artists. Monday by Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Albany Visitors Center, 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany.

STRENGTHENING FAMILIES PROGRAM: Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County 4-H Youth Development offer a six-week Strengthening Families Program for parents/caregivers and girl ages 10 to 14. The Strengthening Families module is a fun, interactive array of workshops that allows parents/caregivers to spend special time with their girl and assistance him/her be successful in a teen years. The array began Jan 21, and runs for 6 weeks (1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, 2/25) from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Dinner is supposing for participants any week. Sessions will be reason during Ravena Village Hall, 15 Mountain Rd., Ravena. Transportation assistance is available, if needed, for families in a Coeymans/Ravena area. Advanced Registration is compulsory by contacting Maria during 765-3559 or mkd59@cornell.edu.

BERKSHIRE BANK SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Berkshire Bank has announced it will respect 30 high propagandize seniors in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Vermont for their proffer use by their foundation’s annual Scholarship Awards Program. The module will endowment $45,000 in sum extend dollars to students who have exemplified encampment use by their proffer efforts, have succeeded academically, denote a financial need, and attend a high propagandize located in a county with a Berkshire Bank office. Applicants contingency have a smallest 3.0 GPA and a family domicile income underneath $75,000 to be authorised to apply. Students contingency request online by Wednesday Mar 23. Students might request online yet a Bank’s website during www.berkshirebank.com/scholarships. To be considered, all applications contingency be submitted online by Mar 23 during 4 p.m. Additional information about this year’s module can be performed by a bank’s website or by contacting Berkshire Bank Foundation during scholarshipinfo@berkshirebank.com.

RUSSIAN COOKING CULTURE: The International Center of a Capital Region offers a three-part march on Russian Cooking and Russian Culture. Offered one dusk any month over a three-month duration (Feb. 2, Mar 1 and Apr 12), participants will suffer a season of Russian cuisine with normal hands-on participatory cooking lessons. This cooking series, that will be reason during a Celtic Hall on New Karner Road in Colonie, is being offering in and with New Russian Cultural Center with a president, Tanya Deptola, instructing. The cost for a array is $60 for International Center members ($20/per) and $75 for not-yet members ($25/per). Space is limited. To haven your mark greatfully call a International Center during 708-7608.

UNION COLLEGE ART EXHIBITS: “Slippery Slope” by Georgie Friedman, Peter Irving Wold Center, Atrium, Second Floor, by Nov 2016. Website: http://muse.union.edu/mandeville/project/recurrence/ “Recurrence,” by Apr 10, 2016, Mandeville Gallery, 2nd building of a Nott Memorial. http://muse.union.edu/mandeville/project/slippery-slope-georgie-friedman/. “LIFE as Art,” Digital Prints by Arielle Singer, by Mar 20, 2016, Wikoff Student Gallery, 3rd building of a Nott Memorial; http://muse.union.edu/mandeville/project/life-as-art-arielle-singer/.

BATTENKILL CHORALE SEEKS MEMBERS: The Battenkill Chorale, Janet McGhee, artistic director, is usurpation gifted choral singers for their open unison featuring “The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass” by Carol Barnett with guest artists Monroe Crossing. The Battenkill Chorale has open enrollment, with auditions for outspoken chain and solos only. Singers should be gifted choral singers possessing good sight-reading skills and outspoken technique. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. possibly during Hubbard Hall, 25 East Main Street, or Cambridge United Presbyterian Church, both in Cambridge. New members will be supposed by Feb 4. Concert dates are May 7 and 8 during Immaculate Conception Church in Hoosick Falls. There is a $35 membership price per unison program, and a cost of music. To pre-register, call 677-8233 or email battenkill@mindspring.com.

GUIDED MEDITATION CLASSES: The Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, will offer Guided Meditation Classes led by Michael Fuselli on Thursdays by Feb 25 from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Sessions embody simple guided imagining instruction, use and discussion. Learn how this technique helps revoke prominence and urge energy, focus, self-esteem, balance, self-control, softened health, relationships, capability and many more. Beginners are always welcome. Free and open to all. No registration is required. This module is giveaway and open to a public. This is a drop-in category and no registration is needed.

HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM: The Hudson River Valley Greenway and a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (HRVNHA) are gratified to announce a accessibility of $60,000 in relating grants by a 2016 Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Heritage Development Grant Program. This annual extend module offers appropriation for programming, interpretation, and selling projects that support a mutual goals of a HRVNHA and applicants. Grants will typically operation from $1,000 to $5,000. Projects that embody churned partners will be authorised to accept some-more than $5,000. Grant module discipline and applications are permitted on a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area website: http://hudsonrivervalley.com/grants.aspx. Application deadline is 4 p.m., Feb 11, 2016.

A BRUSH WITH HEALING: Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, an associate of St. Peter’s Health Partners (SPHP) – a region’s largest, many extensive health complement – hosts “A Brush With Healing: The Art of Thriving in a Face of Life and Other Catastrophes,” an muster featuring fluent humanities painter, author, and breast cancer survivor Letitia Splain Dayer, by Thursday, Feb. 18, during 1270 Belmont Ave., Schenectady. The muster will prominence Dayer’s works by her debate of learning, expansion and recovering from her diagnosis of cancer by to her diagnosis and cure. The muster and usurpation are both open to a public, giveaway of charge. Viewing is permitted during business hours. For some-more information, greatfully strike a Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation during 382-4586.

NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM: The New York State Museum exhibition, The Coast and a Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America, facilities a accumulation of sea and nautical pattern from a New-York Historical Society. On arrangement by Feb 21, 2016, a muster facilities some-more than 50 paintings, many of that etch New York State scenes including a Port of New York and a Hudson River. Several nautical artifacts will also be on exhibit, embody an engraved whale’s tooth scrimshaw from a mid-19th century and a china arrangement tureen commemorating acts of aplomb during a War of 1812. Located on Madison Avenue in Albany, a Museum is open Tuesday by Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is sealed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. Further information about programs and events can be performed by job 474-5877 or visiting a Museum website during www.nysm.nysed.gov.

IMPROV CLASSES: “Improv is a good approach to disencumber up, learn your middle comic, accommodate fascinating people, and many of all, have fun.” Members of a Mop Bucket Co. will be on palm during a Sand Lake Center for a Arts to deliver we to a basis of this smashing art form. Something new any week. If you’ve never taken an improv class, or if we have, and wish to play, this is a category for you. $100 for a array of 4 or $30 each. Prepaid registration online during slca-ctp.org or by job 674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY43, Averill Park, and is entirely disabled permitted with copiousness of giveaway parking.

FESTIVAL CELEBRATION CHOIR: The Festival Celebration Choir welcomes new singers and invites all former singers to re-join for a 30th year of concerts and celebrations. Rehearsals are Mondays, 7 to 9:15 p.m., commencement Sept. 14 during First Lutheran Church of Albany, 181 Western Ave. Please strike Donald Drew, during drewd3@rpi.edu, 274-9966 or Festival Celebration Choir, P.O. Box 3731, Albany, 12203.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Cohoes Public Library, in and with a Cohoes Senior Center, invites seniors to take a outpost to a library on a initial and third Wednesday of a month. They can peruse a books, use a computer, attend in a knitting/crocheting group, join a special book bar (the 3rd Wednesday of a month) and attend in other specifically designed programs. There will be assistance in signing adult for library cards and in use of a computers. Additional info on a website and Facebook.

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