All EventsJuly 4, 2015 thru
December 20, 2015

 

Saturday, July 4

Info 09:00 AM05:00 PM

Where: Northville Public Library, 341 S Third St, Northville 12078

Cost: 9-10 am Thursday only: $3 | Northville Public Library

For more information please contact:
Michael Burnett | 518-863-6922 | mburnett@mvls.info

thousands of used books at bargain prices

Info 09:00 AM11:00 AM

Where: Springer’s Stables, 128 Lakeview Road, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: The cost is $100 for 4 classes or $35 for 1 class. | Springer's Farm

For more information please contact:
Debbie Sams | 518-883-8548 | samsfarm@juno.com

Learn to ride a horse from the only CHA certified horseback riding instructor teaching in Fulton County. You will also learn horse care. Sign by calling Debbie at 518-883-8548 or 518-866-2797.

Info 10:00 AM04:00 PM

Where: Adirondack Country Store, 252 N. Main St., Northville 12134

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Adirondack Country Store | 518-863-6056 | info@adirondackcountrystore.com

Josh will be doing a chainsaw demonstration. Josh carves everything from large bears to wall art.

Info 09:00 PM

Where: Waterfront Park (behind the Timeless Tavern), Northville

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Dianna Downing | 518-863-3067

The Northville Civic Association Presents the Fourth of July Doins. The Doins will be held in the Waterfront Park (behind the Timeless Tavern) in Northville from Friday, 7/3/15 through Saturday, 7/4/15. Friday Doins hours are 4pm to 10pm and Saturdays Doins hours are 12pm to 9pm. Vendors, games, food available. The July 4th Parade will be on Saturday, 7/4/15 at 1pm. Fireworks will be presented Saturday evening at dusk over the Northville Little Lake. For more information on this Event, please call Dianna Downing at 518-863-3067 or Lisa Wood at 518-863-4635.

Sunday, July 5

Info 09:00 PM

Where: Sport Island Pub and Restaurant 108 Riverside Blvd, Northville 12134

Cost: free

Join us for an Amazing Fireworks display over the Lake Sunday July 5th!

Tuesday, July 7

Info 07:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Northville Public Library, 341 S Third St, Northville 12134

Cost: free | Northville Public Library

For more information please contact:
Michael Burnett | 518-863-6922 | mburnett@mvlsinfo

Steve Engelhart of AARCH will present

Wednesday, July 8

Info 07:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Melchoir Park, Kingsboro Avenue , Gloversville NY 12078

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Tom Gerbino | 5183722129 | jtgerbino@gmail.com

Performing marches, show tunes and other light classics.
Rain site is Lexington Campus – Gymnasium, 127 State Street.

Thursday, July 9

Info 10:00 AM03:00 PM

Where: Caroga Historical Association and Museum, 145 London Bridge Road, Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: $20 Members / $25 Non-Members + Materials Cost = $34 (large) $21 (small) | Caroga Historical Museum

For more information please contact:
Fran Miller | 518-835-9729

The Caroga Historical Museum offers a workshop from 10 am to 3 pm: “New” Terrarium Building with Susan Ackerbauer. The registration fee is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. To register, send checks only (payable to Caroga Historical Museum) along with name, address and phone number to Fran Miller, 196 E. Stoner Lake Rd, Caroga Lake, NY 12032. Bring lunch and $34 for a large (one gallon) or $21 for a small (1/2 gallon) terrarium. Class limited to 10. For more information, call Fran at 518-835-9729.

Info 06:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Rice Homestead (Mayfield Historical Society Museum), 328 Riceville Road, Mayfield 12117

Cost: $3 Adults/$2 8 & under | The Rice Homestead

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 518 332 0538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com

The Mayfield Historical Society will hold its annual Band Concert and Ice Cream Social on Thursday, July 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Rice Homestead, 328 Riceville Rd., Mayfield.
This year the concert will feature “The Saints Jazz Quintet Plus One.” “The Saints” play easy listening swing, Dixieland, and standard ballads. This group has been described as the playing the best American Jazz music around, adapted to the music of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. The Saints have played at such venues as the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown, NY, and the Walton Jazz Festival.

The price for ice cream, choice of cake, and a beverage will be $3 per adult and $2 for children under 8. In the event of rain the event will be held at the Firemen’s Pavilion on North School Street in Mayfield.

Friday, July 10

Info 05:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: Micropolis Art Gallery, 30 North Main St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Linda K. Hinkle | 518-762-4893 | linda.hinkle4@gmail.com

Linda Batchelor of Northampton, Massachusetts, will be the featured guest artist at Micropolis Gallery in Gloversville from July 10 through Labor Day. A “Meet the Artists” reception will be held at the gallery on Friday, July 10 from 5-7pm.
Linda is a printmaker and collage artist who has exhibited both regionally and nationally. She has won awards and prizes including a merit prize by Joann Moser, Senior Curator of Prints at the Smithsonian American Museum of Art, Washington, D.C. Linda has work represented in many collections including The Boston Public Library, Baltimore City College, and Fidelity.
With a focus on color and pattern, Batchelor creates pictorial works of stylized bottles and figures. She has been working with monotypes and collages for a number of years. This medium is well suited to her explorations in color and pattern and the emotional harmonies they create.
Also on display will be original artwork by Micropolis artists Dan Bridge, Eileen Carey-Testo, Laurie Cerasia, Carol Law Conklin, Ruth Crotty, James Dempsey, Constance Dodge, Nancy Dunn, Susy Easterly, Katherine Ehle, Cheryl Gutmaker, Michelle Harring, Linda Hinkle, Lynda Naske, Ellen Rae Panero, Judith Plotner, Sandra Grace Smith, and Patsy Suydam. The show includes paintings, drawings, photos, fiber art, batik, mixed media, woodwork, glass, digital art, floral art, sculpture, jewelry, and pottery.
Micropolis Gallery, located inside Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market at 30 N. Main St., Gloversville, is open seven days a week. For more information visit www.MicropolisGallery.com.

Info 10:30 AM12:00 PM

Where: Johnstown Public Library, Johnstown Public Library, 38 South Market Street, Johnstown 12095

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Deb Callery | 518-762-8317 x21 | dcallery@sals.edu

Me Before You by JoJo Moyes will be featured on Friday, July 10, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at the library. It is a love story and a family story, but above all it’s a story of the bravery and sustained effort needed to redirect the path of a life once it’s been pushed off course. Louisa Clark, a 26-year-old working-class girl, lands a position as a “care assistant” to an intelligent, wealthy and very angry 35-year-old man named Will Traynor, who has spent the past two years as a quadriplegic after being hit by a motorbike.
Audrey Kupferberg, facilitator for this discussion, will retire from teaching at SUNY Albany later this summer. She is a film/video historian and appraiser and continues to do film (and occasionally theater) commentary at WAMC Northeast Public Radio. Additionally, she produce films, and is currently working on a documentary of the first African-American woman to graduate Yale School of Art.

This program series is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Sponsored by the Mohawk Valley Library System and participating member libraries.

This is a requirement for grant approval.

Info 07:00 PM08:30 PM

Where: Orendaga (The Orendaga on Northville Lake) Lakeside Cottages, The Orendaga, 732 S Main St, Northville 12134

Cost: $20, SVAN member $18: materials fee $10

For more information please contact:
Sheila Looman, Herbalist | 678:642-3889

Minimum 5, maximum 10
Aromatherapy is the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. In this class you will learn how to use therapeutic Grade A essential oils to make products which will enhance your everyday life.

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