All EventsJune 1, 2023 thru
August 12, 2023


Thursday, June 1

Info 10:30 AM11:15 AM

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

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Stacy Wesley | 5187628317 |

Beginner fitness sessions for seniors with Stacy. You may sign up for multiple dates, but not more than once per week to allow others the same opportunity. Please bring a water bottle.

*Pre-registration required

Info 10:30 AM11:30 AM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, 58 E. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: FREE

For more information please contact:
Gloversville Public Library | 518-725-2819 |

Join us in person at the Library to listen to some stories & enjoy a craft or activity!!

LOCATION: Early Literacy Room

Info 06:30 PM

Where: Nick Stoner Inn Seafood & Steakhouse, 1810 State Highway 10, Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: $30 per person

For more information please contact:
(518) 835-8039 |

Sunset on the dock paint & sip.
This painting will be on a 16×20 canvas and will take about 2 hours to finish once we get started! 40 seats available, $30 to attend.
This Paint & Sip will be held upstairs at the Nick Stoner Inn, we will have a specialty drink and appetizer menu for you to order from.

Friday, June 2

Info 07:00 PM

Where: Glove Theatre, 42 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: Stageside Table Seat: $25 General Admission: $20 Kids/Seniors/Lexington: $15

For more information please contact:
Glove Theatre | (518) 752-4611 |

Live jazz comes to The Glove Theatre! Internationally-renown jazz musician, Kirk Knuffke, leads his trio in a one-of-a-kind concert on The Glove Mainstage!
Jazz musician and former Bridge Arts Ensemble member and educator, Kirk Knuffke, is a cornet player and composer who visited Gloversville yearly for 5 years to perform and teach students in the area as a member of the Bridge Arts Ensemble,who played for 50,000 school kids in the Adirondacks before losing its funding and folding due to the pandemic. Now on tour, they are bringing their repertoire, consisting of of classic and modern jazz, to Gloversville and are sure to please your eardrums!
Kirk Knuffke, Cornet
Michael Bisio, Bass
Tani Tabbal, Drums
Doors open at 6.15p
Show begins at 7.00p
Every purchase of a Stageside Table Seat gets you admission to a meet & greet with Mr. Knuffke, Mr. Bissio, and Mr. Tabbal following the show!
21+ to drink with a valid I.D.

Saturday, June 3

Info 12:00 PM10:00 PM

Where: Great Sacandaga Brewing Company, 3647 State Highway 30, Broadalbin 12025

For more information please contact:
Erik Stevens | 518-883-7012 |

First Annual Breadalbane Gathering & Games at GSBC! To honor all the Scottish history in our area, we will be having a Scottish Gathering & Games event each year.

We will have traditional Scottish Games & Events, Live Music & Bagpipes, 2 Food Trucks, Crafts & Vendors, Children Activities and much more!


Info 07:00 PM

Where: Main Street, Gloversville 12078

For more information please contact:
Glove Cities Art Alliance |

While you are at the Southern Adirondack Wine and Food Festival, enjoy the art walk with over 20 artists on Main Street in Gloversville!

Info 12:00 PM

Where: Mysteries on Main Street, 144 West Main Street, Johnstown 12095

For more information please contact:
(518) 736-2665 |

We are very glad to be hosting Author/Illustrator Tim Fischer with his debut Under the Blanket Sky on June 3, 2023 at Noon. Under the Blanket Sky is a children’s book (Ages 3-7) but in our opinion is is a lovely story for all ages.
With no formal art training or education, self-taught artist Tim
Fischer has created a truly head-turning debut with UNDER THE
BLANKET SKY, a heartfelt and luminously illustrated story about saying goodbye to
a loved one. With its gentle yet powerful text, this story is sure to
spark beautiful conversations about loss and eternal love that will
leave readers smiling through their tears.
A lonely young boy is visited by a mysterious owl one sunny
morning, forming an instant bond and a sense of belonging. What
follows is a season of childhood adventure and quiet joy under the
warmth of a blanket sky, until the poignant moment when the owl
must continue his journey and fly away. The boy and the reader
are left to reflect on the bittersweet nature of the passing of time,
ultimately finding comfort in the remembrance of those who have
passed through our lives and changed us forever.
In the spirit of The Velveteen Rabbit and Robert Frost’s poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” Fischer’s stirring words and skillfully
rendered artwork embrace the inevitability of having to say goodbye and celebrate the stillness of ordinary places and the
shimmering beauty that can be found there, if we take the time to wait and listen. Any reader who has experienced loss—
a friend moving away, a change in family structure, the death of a loved one—will find comfort in this book’s message:
the special beings who pass through our lives are never really gone from our heart.

Info 03:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Downtown Gloversville, Main Street, Gloversville 12078

For more information please contact:
Gloversville Recreation Commission |

Join us for the 8th Annual Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival on June 3, 2023 in Historic Downtown Gloversville. Entrance @ Church Street
This event includes wineries, breweries, distilleries, food and a variety of specialty vendors.
Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries!
Live Music at Glove Theatre Marquee
3:00 Insolent Willies
4:15 Rockwood
5:30 Fenimore Blues
6:45 Hustle & Hum
Live Music at Fulton County Barbershop
3:15 Dominic Orlando
4:30 Karen & Abby
5:45 Cosby Gibson & Tom Staudle
7:00 Mike Gowans
Tasting Entry: $15
Non-Tasting Entry: Free
More details comings soon!
Hosted by the Gloversville Recreation Commission. Proceeds raised go toward future events and city park improvements.

Info 09:00 AM06:00 PM

Where: Crystal Grove Diamond Mine & Campground, 161 County Highway 114, St. Johnsville 13452

Cost: $30 per adult, $22 per child ages 7-14; 6 and under are free.

For more information please contact:
Bobbi Jo Mueller | 518-568-2914 |

Come enjoy friends, family, mine excavation, good food and fun for our 7th year! It’s always a great time for everyone, kids & adults! This is a great chance to meet the crew at Crystal Grove, and so many other friendly faces! We will also be hosting our Rock Swap and Vendor Fair at the same time! Enjoy some vendors from around the Northeast, showing off their rocks, skills and forms of creativity! We will have the excavator on-site, to ensure some fresh digging!
Camping fills up quickly. Make your reservations online through our website!
Find more information about the day, including a full menu, vendor information, costs, preparations for the day and more on our website at!

Info 01:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts and Transitions, 2736 State Highway 30, Gloversville 12078

Cost: $10 per carload | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Terry Swierzowski | 518-661-9932 |

The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts will welcome hundreds of people to our 66-acre campus to hear great music, enjoy delicious food and drinks from a variety of vendors, talk with local artists, watch and participate in demonstrations, and stroll the grounds both inside and out the beautiful Nigra Arts Center. There will be collaborative public art projects and fun activities for children and adults of all ages to participate in. To keep the event affordable, we will be charging only $10 per carload for a full-day of art, music and food! Proceeds from this event support The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts! Headliner Skeeter Creek will be featured at this great event!

Sunday, June 4

Info 06:00 PM

Where: Great Sacandaga Brewing Company, 3647 State Highway 30, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: $44 per person $38 if ordering 4 or more

For more information please contact:
Erik Stevens | 518-883-7012 |

Medium Brandon Russ is BACK!
Brandon brings the stories of Funny You Should Say That to life! With a blend of stories and messages with audience members, prepare for an evening of being uplifted and connected. As a developed demonstration Medium, he channels his inner comedian and is funny in the most unexpected ways.
Because of the style of his new show, seating is LIMITED.

Info 03:00 PM

Where: Sherman’s Amusement Park, Sherman's Park: 114 East Shore Road, West Caroga Lake, Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: Pavilion $35 General Admission $20 Free for students and kids under 17

For more information please contact:
Caroga Arts Collective | 518-832-2041 |

A comedy and music block party
Curated and hosted by local resident Alex Moffat

Alex Moffat

The Sea The Sea

The Erin Harkes Band

Additional comedians to be announced!

A breakout performer on SNL, Alex succeeded Jim Carrey as Joe Biden on the show. He is best known for his impersonations of Eric Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Anderson Cooper, Joe Scarborough amongst others, as well as his original recurring Weekend Update character Guy Who Just Bought A Boat.

His most recent films include SUSIE SEARCHES, which premiered at the 2022 TIFF on September 9th, and the holiday comedy, CHRISTMAS WITH THE CAMPBELLS, opposite of Britany Snow and Justin Long, that just released in Canada on October 1st. He can next be seen on Apple’s BAD MONKEY series, an adaptation of Carl Hiaasen’s novel where he’ll star with Vince Vaughn. Moffat is currently filming the second season of the award-winning FX series THE BEAR, opposite Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Ayo Edebiri. He will also be making his Broadway debut with THE COTTAGE, directed by Jason Alexander.

Over the 2020 holiday season, Alex appeared in the Netflix feature, HOLIDATE, directed by John Whitesell and starring Emma Roberts. He also worked on the Paramount feature CLIFFORD, the live action hybrid based on the best-selling book series and directed by Walt Becker. Alex can be seen playing opposite Britany Snow in the breakout romantic comedy SOMEONE GREAT. He has also been receiving great praise for his performance in THE OPENING ACT, produced by Peter Billingsley.

Aside from SNL, he can be seen on TV in Showtime’s series BILLIONS and is the voice behind JIMMY in Disney’s sequel WRECK-IT RALPH 2. Spending the earlier years of his career in Chicago, he was a regular performer at iO and The Annoyance Theatre as well as an official acro-dunker for the renowned Chicago Bulls. He played in the Celebrity All-Star game in February 2020.

Tuesday, June 6

Info 10:30 AM11:30 AM

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

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Erin Gavin | 5187628317 |

Children are not expected to sit the whole time.
Storytime is an excellent pre-literacy activity. Join us for stories, songs, and a quick craft. This helps stimulate your little one’s cognitive, language, and social development. An opportunity to meet other families. Birth – 4 yrs.

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