November 2018

 

Saturday, November 3

Info 10:00 AM

Where: Johnson Hall State Historic Site, 139 Hall Avenue, Johnstown

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Culinary historian Sara Evenson will lead this hands-on 18th century baking class in the slave quarters.

Participants will prepare a small variety of delights that would have been enjoyed during a colonial Christmas.

Limited to 4 participants – pre-registration and $100 pre-payment required, payable to the Friends of Johnson Hall.

A fundraising event of The Friends of Johnson Hall.

 

 

Saturday, November 10

Info 10:00 AM02:00 PM

Where: Johnson Hall State Historic Site, 139 Hall Avenue, Johnstown

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Beverly Cornelius shares her skill in creating ornaments from wheat and ash. Participants will make several

ornaments including a wheat star and an ash reindeer.

Limited to 10 participants – pre-registration and $50 pre-payment required, payable to the Friends of Johnson Hall.

A fundraising event of The Friends of Johnson Hall.

 

 

 

Saturday, November 24

Info 07:00 PM08:30 PM

Where: Downtown, Gloversville 12078

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Ryan Lorey | (518) 774-6027 | news@fultoncountyareanews.com

GLOVERSVILLE, NY — The 2018 Fulton County Area News Gloversville Christmas Parade is set to be held starting at 7 pm on Saturday evening November 24th. In keeping with tradition the 4th annual downtown parade will begin at the corner of North Main Street and Eighth Avenue before traveling south on North Main Street and continuing onto South Main Street. It will end at the Gloversville Water Department on South Main Street near Forest Street.

Both a 2018 Grand Marshal and a 2018 Parade Sponsor will be announced at www.fultoncountyareanews.com.

For more information or to register to be in the parade email news@fultoncountyareanews.com.

Friday, November 30

Info 05:00 PM08:30 PM

Where: Johnson Hall State Historic Site, 139 Hall Avenue, Johnstown

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Annual Open House featuring holiday decorations, period music, horse-drawn wagon rides, and

holiday gift-shopping, with historic chocolate-making, mulled cider and cookies served fireside in the slaves quarter.

In conjunction with Johnstown’s Colonial Stroll activities.

Free admission — Donations to help support the event will be greatly appreciated