All EventsApril 20, 2019 thru
December 8, 2019

 

Saturday, April 27

Info 12:00 PM02:00 PM

Where: Johnstown Main Street Park, Johnstown 12095

Amsterdam-Gloversville-Johnstown AAUW

Vendors:

Anderson Windows

Apex Solar

Aztec Geothermal

Boy Scout Troop 104 Bottle Drive

Community Energy

Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners

Fulton County Soil and Water District

Fulton County Recycling

Guardian Heaters

Hybrid Cars from Steet Toyota, Brown’s Ford, James Chevrolet

R&K Garden Supplies – organic fertilizers

Venturing Crew 918

Voter Registration Booth

Music by Tom Simek – Secret Love Society

Pony Rides by Pony Parties

 

Info 09:00 AM03:00 PM

Where: Pine Tree Rifle Club, 419 Johnson Ave, Johnstown

Cost: $5 adults, Youth 12 and under are FREE!

For more information please contact:
518-762-4033

Fishing, hunting, shooting, military

All outdoor gear

Bought – sold – traded

Info 12:00 PM02:00 PM

Where: West Main Street Park, Johnstown

For more information please contact:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1230215700470440/

The fourth annual Earth Day Renewable Resources Fair will take place in the Sir William Johnson Park on Main St. in Johnstown on Saturday, April 27 from noon to 2pm. The event will feature vendors, informational displays and music. It is being organized by Mothers Against
Global Warming, a special interest group of the Amsterdam-Gloversville-Johnstown branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The first Earth Day was on April 20, 1970. Damage done by massive oil spills in 1969 in California inspired Sen. Gaylord Nelson to organize a national teach-in focused on educating the public about the environment. The grassroots movement created public support for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and contributed to the passage of the Clean Air Act, the Water Quality Improvement Act and the Endangered Species Act.
Earth Day continues to grow. In 2000 the focus was on global warming and clean energy. On the 40th anniversary of Earth Day in 2010, a campaign was launched to plant 1 billion trees.
The Earth Day Renewable Resources Fair has been organized by concerned citizens as a reminder of the history of environmental activism and the way individuals worked together to change policy resulting in cleaner air, cleaner water, more fuel efficient cars, and development of alternate sources of energy to preserve fossil fuels and reduce pollution. Recycling has became the norm as a result of awareness brought about by past Earth Days.
The Earth Day Renewable Resources Fair on April 27 is free and open to the public. For more information or to participate contact Jahnn Gibson at 518- 705-2835.

Info 10:00 AM01:00 PM

Where: Fulton Montgomery Community College, 2805 State Hwy 67, Johnstown

For more information please contact:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2093939404053423/

All proceeds being donated to “Little Haven Childcare Center” in Fonda.
On Saturday, April 27th, FM’s Community Outreach Club is hosting a family fun day on campus. Thank you to the FM Residence Life Club for co-sponsoring this event. Events include the Family Fun Color Run (for kids and adults of all ages), a bouncy house and inflatable obstacle course for kids, face painting, arts and crafts, a reading of Dr. Seuss and a visit by Lenny the Leopard, and many more games and activities for kids and teens. Many activities and games will be free!
Color Run tickets are $10 for adults – with every adult ticket purchased, a child age 10 and under runs FREE! Additional kids (10 and under) are $5 and can be purchased at the event the morning of. Or, call or email Christie Davis for more information, at 518-736-FMCC(3622) ext. 8163, christie.davis@fmcc.edu

Info 01:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts and Transitions, 2736 St. highway 30, Gloversville 12078

Cost: Free | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Art

For more information please contact:
Sue Nigra | 5186619932 | nigras@pnarts.org
pncreativeartscenter.org

Autism Family Day
Saturday, April 27
1-4 p.m.
FREE
At Transitions

Join us for a fun day honoring Autism Awareness Month! Hosted by Transitions, presented for and by people with autism. Perfect for people of all ages on the spectrum and their friends and family!

Classes, Events and Training:
Stress Relief Training for Parents
Essential Oils with Heather Mattioni
Acoustic Café with Flame Acoustic Duo Michelle King and Andrew Carpenter
Paint and Sip with Francis and Melanie
Book Reading and Signing with Author Joe Barry
PEERS® Mini Session for Young Adults
Sensory Dance and Exercise
Employment Discussion: Everything You Need to Know about Your Kid Being Employed
Technology Apps for Your Child

Other Resources:
Autism Awareness ID cards
Assistive communication resources
Applications available for the Transitions Momentum and Imagine programs
Information Booths: Transitions, Nigra Arts Center, Flame, Parent to Parent and Catholic Charities

Activities Throughout the Day:
Sensory activities for children
Tours of Transitions
Tours of the Nigra Arts Center
Artists with Autism Exhibition
Raffles
Music with Gary*
Bouncy house*
AND MORE!

*Generously sponsored by the Gloversville-Johnstown Kiwanis

Date and Time

Sat, April 27, 2019

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

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Location

Transitions

2736 New York 30

Gloversville, NY 12078

Info 01:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts and Transitions, 2736 St. highway 30, Gloversville 12078

Cost: Free | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Art

For more information please contact:
Sue Nigra | 5186619932 | nigras@pnarts.org
pncreativeartscenter.org

Autism Family Day
Saturday, April 27
1-4 p.m.
FREE
At Transitions

Join us for a fun day honoring Autism Awareness Month! Hosted by Transitions, presented for and by people with autism. Perfect for people of all ages on the spectrum and their friends and family!

Classes, Events and Training:
Stress Relief Training for Parents
Essential Oils with Heather Mattioni
Acoustic Café with Flame Acoustic Duo Michelle King and Andrew Carpenter
Paint and Sip with Francis and Melanie
Book Reading and Signing with Author Joe Barry
PEERS® Mini Session for Young Adults
Sensory Dance and Exercise
Employment Discussion: Everything You Need to Know about Your Kid Being Employed
Technology Apps for Your Child

Other Resources:
Autism Awareness ID cards
Assistive communication resources
Applications available for the Transitions Momentum and Imagine programs
Information Booths: Transitions, Nigra Arts Center, Flame, Parent to Parent and Catholic Charities

Activities Throughout the Day:
Sensory activities for children
Tours of Transitions
Tours of the Nigra Arts Center
Artists with Autism Exhibition
Raffles
Music with Gary*
Bouncy house*
AND MORE!

*Generously sponsored by the Gloversville-Johnstown Kiwanis

Date and Time

Sat, April 27, 2019

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

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Location

Transitions

2736 New York 30

Gloversville, NY 12078

Sunday, April 28

Info 01:30 PM03:30 PM

Where: Starting at Holy Trinity Church

Walking pilgrimage from Holy Trinity to 1st Presbyterian ending at St. John’s Episcopal (may drive if unable to walk)

Old Testament readings in each church followed by a hymn and readings from Native American sources

Clergy welcome, if possible, please wear clerical garb

Join to celebrate God’s good creation of the earth and our responsibility for the stewardship thereof

Thursday, May 2

Info 05:30 PM08:30 PM

Where: 34 West Fulton Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: $50 per person | Fulton County Center for Regional Growth

For more information please contact:
Jennifer Jennings | 518.725.7700 ext. 1004 | twilightmarket@fccrg.org
www.downtowngloversville.org

A dinner celebration centered on community action and downtown revitalization. Featuring guest speaker and community award.

Info 12:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: 28 W Main St, P O Box 746, Fonda 12068

Cost: Free | Frothingham Free Library

For more information please contact:
Frothingham Free Library | 5188533016 | mwhite1@mvls.info
https://fonlib.blogspot.com/

Book, Bake & Plant Sale Gently used books and DVDs will be for sale, along with plants for your garden. Don’t forget the delicious homemade baked goods!

Friday, May 3

Info 12:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: 28 W Main St, P O Box 746, Fonda 12068

Cost: Free | Frothingham Free Library

For more information please contact:
Frothingham Free Library | 5188533016 | mwhite1@mvls.info
https://fonlib.blogspot.com/

Book, Bake & Plant Sale Gently used books and DVDs will be for sale, along with plants for your garden. Don’t forget the delicious homemade baked goods!

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