All EventsSeptember 27, 2016 thru
July 16, 2017

 

Tuesday, September 27

Info 09:30 AM10:30 AM

Where: Glove Performing Arts Center, 42 N. Main St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: 12 Lesson punch card $90, 6 lesson punch card $65, drop in rate $13 | Glove Theater 3rd Floor

For more information please contact:
Nancy Berner Smith | 518-725-7962 | Dance@gypsytribaldance.com

Beginning Levels 1 and 2
Gypsy Caravan Tribal Belly Dance (R)

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Wednesday, September 28

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Thursday, September 29

Info 07:00 PM08:30 PM

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

Cost: $15

For more information please contact:
Maria Nestle | (518) 661-9932 | nestlem@lexcenter.org

Junk Rocket is an acoustic roots-rock trio whose influences vary widely, from blues to classic soul to modern pop-punk. This performance is part of a series of concerts that the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is hosting in 2016. Admission is $15 and tickets are available in advance or at the door. To purchase tickets online, visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org/concertseries. For more information about this performance or the concert series, call (518) 661-9932 or email nestlem@lexcenter.org. For more information about Junk rocket, visit junkrocket.weebly.com.

Info 01:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: Deerhaven Studio, 130 North Road, Benson 12134

Cost: $155, SVAN member $150. Loom use and supplies are included. | www.svanarts.org

For more information please contact:
Arlene Rambush, Fiber Artist | 518:863-8647

September 8, 15, 22, 29, October 6 (Thursdays)

5 sessions. Maximum 3 students
This entry level class will cover such weaving basics as types of looms and their parts, yarn sizes and types, and function and design of weave structures.
Emphasis is on winding the warp correctly and dressing the loom.
Students will plan and complete at least 2 projects using table looms.

Info 06:30 PM08:30 PM

Where: The ShoeLeather Express, 31 Spring Street, Gloversvile, New York 12078

Cost: $7pp

For more information please contact:
Elaine Mikenas | 518-225-1405 | theshoeleatherexpress@aol.com

Start learning. Start dancing. Have an evening of fun learning social Western Square Dancing. Bring your friends. It’s a party every time.

Info 10:00 AM12:00 PM

Where: The ShoeLeather Express, 31 Spring Street, Gloversvile, New York 12078

Cost: $7pp

For more information please contact:
Elaine Mikenas | 518-225-1405 | theshoeleatherexpress@aol.com

This is a morning Western Square Dance workshop for those who would like to start their day off dancing. Lots of individual attention. It’s a fun group activity with moderate exercise.
Come dance with us!

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Friday, September 30

Info 09:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: Broadalbin Hotel, 59 West Main Street, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: $17.50 show only plus tax or 37.50 dinner/show package plus tax and tip | The Broadalbin Hotel

For more information please contact:
Dave Thompson | 518-883-5414 | patdabiere@hotmail.com

Stand-Up Comedy Returns to The Broadalbin Hotel on September 30th!

Headliner – Corey Alexander’s ascent through the comedy world is a testament to his hard work and dedication over many years. Raised in Philadelphia, Corey has taken his act countrywide to a multitude of clubs including Carolines, Comix, Gotham, Jimbo’s Comedy Works (Montreal), Funny Bone, Catch a Rising Star, Comedy Zone, Comedy Works (US), and many more. Corey was recently named one of the Top 500 Touring Comedians by an award-winning podcast and you can catch him live on September 30th at The Broadalbin Hotel. Dinner seating @ 7pm – show time 9pm.

Call 518-883-5414 now to reserve!

Featuring Shawn Gillie – Here’s what people are saying about Shawn Gillie. “He’s awful. Just awful.” – June Gillie (Shawn’s Mom), “Shawn, you stoopid!” – Miss Wandaluv (fellow stand-up), “He’s such a bastard!” – Jen McMullen (fellow stand-up). ‘He’s funny. Really funny. That’s why I hired him.” – Pat DaBiere (fellow stand-up). And there you have it, Shawn Gillie is a funny guy, but don’t take my word for it, Shawn has proved it, by winning the Cuse Comedy Festival in Syracuse and the Everybody Needs A Little Luv Comedy Fest in Albany, NY. He has also performed in NYC, throughout New York, MA, Vt, Ct, Hawaii, California and many other states. Now you can find out for yourself on September 30th at The Broadalbin Hotel!
Show time 9PM!

Call 518-883-5414 now to reserve!

Host/MC/Show Producer Pat DaBiere – High energy performer Pat DaBiere brings another season of great stand-up comedy to The Broadalbin Hotel on September 30th with a show time of 9pm. Pat has been staying busy in his comedy career hitting the road to new venues like The Comedy Cabana in Myrtle Beach SC, The VT State Fair and The Funny Bone Comedy Clubs in Syracuse, Albany, and Hartford Ct. Come on out and get your laugh on! It all starts September 30th!

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Saturday, October 1

Info 12:00 PM10:00 PM

Where: Concordia Singing Society, 138 Concordia Club Drive, Gloversville 12078

Cost: $5 per person | At gate day of

For more information please contact:
Russ Dettenrieder | 725 4813 or 775-0686 | rockruss13@gmail.com

Oktoberfest with music,food,beer and vendors

Info 06:00 PM09:00 PM

Where: Johnstown Moose Family Center, 109 South Comrie Avenue, Johnstown 12095

Cost: Advance tickets $20 or $25 at the door | Mohawk Harvest, Gloversville / Vince's Pizza & Pasta, Johnstown

For more information please contact:
G. W. Howard | (518) 762 - 1361 | ghoward@nycap.rr.com

Habitat for Humanity of Fulton County will hold its fifth annual event from 6 – 9 p.m. October 1st at the Johnstown Family Moose center, 109 South Comrie Avenue.
An Evening of Good Taste will offer pasta & wine from local restaurants, wine and liquor stores and corporate sponsors. Fine deserts will be provided by local bakeries and a display of over 30 gift baskets will be raffled. Music will be provide by Brass and Ivory.

Info 12:00 PM04:30 PM

Where: The ShoeLeather Express, 31 Spring Street, Gloversvile, New York 12078

Cost: $7pp

For more information please contact:
Elaine Mikenas | 518-225-1405 | theshoeleatherexpress@aol.com

12-1    Introduction to Square Dancing
1-2   Pot Luck lunch
Share a favorite dish/or homemeade cookies and socialize

2-4:30  Mainstream/Plus Square Dance
w/ Rounds PH 2-4
4:30 –  Fun with Dance by Definition
5:15 –  Leftovers !
$7pp
The ED Center, 31 Spring St.
PO Box 321, Gloversville, NY

contact: Elaine or Dennis: 518-225-1405
or visit: TheShoeleatherExpress.com
or write: TheShoeleatherExpress@aol.com

Info 04:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: 120 London Bridge Road, 120 London Bridge , Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: $11.99 | 129 London Bridge Road or Gloversville Ambulance Location

For more information please contact:
Trish Isabella | 518.866.1570 | patriciaannisabella@gmail.com

Help us raise money for a Fulton County Ambulance with a wonderful BBQ meal of Chicken or Pulled Pork with Salads only $11.99.

Dinner will be ready for pick up or eat on location from 4-7pm at The Old Jammer located at 120 London Bridge Caroga NY. Stick around we have line dancing with mini workshops cost is $5 at the door.

Info 03:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: 2417 St Hwy 10, Caroga Lake

Cost: Adults $12, Children 5 to 12 $5, Children under 5 free | Wheelerville School

For more information please contact:
Wheelerville | (518) 835-2171

Roast beef dinner sponsored by the North Bush Methodist Church October 1st from 3-7pm at the Wheerlerville School. Take outs available

Info 10:00 AM02:00 PM

Where: Eagle Mills Cider Co., 383 County Hwy 138 (OFF RTE 29), BROADALBIN, NY 12025

Cost: $15.00 FOR PARTICIPANTS; FREE FOR SPECTATORS

For more information please contact:
Karen Plante | 518-588-1788 | karen.plante319@gmail.com

Vettes In Perfection, Ltd., a Capital District Corvette Club celebrating 33 years of Corvette fun presents our Fall Cruise-In. Awards, door prizes, and raffle prizes… 50/50 drawing, give-aways to the first 75 registered entrants. Proceeds benefit the Double H Ranch.

Info 10:00 AM04:00 PM

Where: Northville Central School Art Room, 131 S Third St, Northville 12134

Cost: $40, SVAN member $35; materials: $30 | www.svanarts.org

For more information please contact:
Sandy Salada, Basketry | 518:369-3910

Minimum 5, maximum 10 students

Some prior weaving experience preferred for this 10″ diameter x 8″ deep basket. A unique urn-shaped basket is woven using reed spokes and twined weaving for the frame and then adding flat reed to create rows of braids.

Info 12:00 PM03:00 PM

Where: The Rail Trail Park, Gloversville 12078

Cost: FREE

For more information please contact:
Bernadette Chatterton | 518-725-4310 X 126 | bchatterton@thefamilycounselingcenter.org

FOOD & BEVERAGES
PRIZE RAFFLE
PUMPKIN DECORATING
FACE PAINTING
CARNIVAL RIDES
PHOTO BOOTH & MORE!

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Info 01:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: 120 Lisa Drive, Northville 12134

Cost: $28, SVAN member $25 | www.svanarts.org

For more information please contact:
Carolyn Learch | 518:863-4067

2 sessions,1–4pm; maximum 4 students

Pine cone wreaths originated with early American settlers. Gathering items found in nature, they created wreaths and hung them in homes to bid welcome to those entering.
This class provides hands on experience of this ancient craft. The first day you build the foundation with layers of pine cones. The second day you add layers to completion and leave with a unique wreath for your own home or to give as a gift.

Sunday, October 2

Info 08:00 PM11:00 PM

Where: 42 North Main Street, 30 North Main Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: General Admission $15.00 Students/Seniors $12.00 | Glove Performing Arts Center, Mohawk Harvest Co-op

For more information please contact:
Richard Samrov | 518-332-7417 | rsamrov@hotmail.com

The Glove Performing Arts Center’s production for September is Reefer Madness directed by Mark Joseph Peek on September 22- October 1 at 8PM October 2 at 2PM General Admission $15. Students & Seniors $12.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of the 1936 cult classic Reefer Madness that opened in Los Angeles in 1998. The book and lyrics were written by Kevin Murphy and the book and music by Dan Studney. Directed by Andy Fickman, it was initially shown at the Hudson Theater on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles and then moved to the New York “Off-Broadway” scene. The show opened Off Broadway on September 15, 2001, and closed shortly thereafter. Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals now administers the stock/amateur rights, and the show has been produced by local theater groups in several cities, including Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sacramento, Raleigh, and London. The 2008 production at Washington, D.C.’s Studio Theater won two Helen Hayes Awards. It tells the story of Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana sub culture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. ADULT CONTENT. R&H Theatricals Amateur Theatrical Presentation 229 West 28th Street, 11th floor. New York, N.Y.10001 (212)564-4000.

Info 01:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: 120 Lisa Drive, Northville 12134

Cost: $28, SVAN member $25 | www.svanarts.org

For more information please contact:
Carolyn Learch | 518:863-4067

2 sessions,1–4pm; maximum 4 students

Pine cone wreaths originated with early American settlers. Gathering items found in nature, they created wreaths and hung them in homes to bid welcome to those entering.
This class provides hands on experience of this ancient craft. The first day you build the foundation with layers of pine cones. The second day you add layers to completion and leave with a unique wreath for your own home or to give as a gift.

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