November 2018

 

Thursday, November 1

Info 06:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: A.A.A. Northway Travel Center, 1451 St Hwy 5s, Amsterdam 12010

Cost: FREE | https://www.northway.aaa.com/events/aaa-and-member-choice-vacations

For more information please contact:
Cheryl Simpson | 1-877-222-8283 | travel@northway.aaa.com

Do you have a travel bucket list?
Can’t decide where to go?
Looking for a new vacation destination?

Join us for this Exclusive Travel event!

Friday, November 2

Info 05:00 PM07:00 PM

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

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Linda K Hinkle | 5187624893 | linda.hinkle4@gmail.com

Micropolis Artists & Friends to Open New Show

Micropolis Cooperative will hold a “Meet the Artists” reception at the Gloversville gallery on Friday, November 2 from 5-7pm to showcase the work of 32 artists. Gallery artists invited ten of their favorite area artists to join them in this special show.

The guest artists are Carolyn Adamczyk, Marion Kratky, Marion Morrison Leap, Mary Frances Millet, Sandy Peters, Judith Plotner, Sue Schmader, Patsy Suydam, Jessica Van Slyke Seeley and Lise Winne. Their work will be displayed with the new work of the art gallery members and vendors.

Such a large representation of artists guarantees an exciting visual experience and insures a wide range of options for early holiday shoppers. Artwork on display will include paintings, drawings, pastels, photographs, fiber art, batik, mixed media, woodwork, glass, digital art, jewelry, pottery, stained glass, woodland assemblages and fine art cards. A “Charlie Brown tree of ornaments” will also be in the gallery for the holiday season.

Member artists are Elizabeth Batchelor, Dan Bridge, Meagan Coons, Cheryl Gutmaker, Michelle Harring, Linda Hinkle, Linda Kollar, Lynda Naske, Katie Santomartino and Gabriella Vardai-Davidson. Vendors include Carol Law Conklin, Karen Cooper, Ruth Christie Crotty, Susy Easterly, Katherine Ehle, Janelle Krause, Loie Levine, Kim Sheridan-Dugmore, Sandy Smith, Martha Starke and Rebekkah Ziel.

The show, which is free and open to the public, runs through December at Micropolis, 30 N. Main St., Gloversville. The gallery, which is located inside Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market, is open seven days a week. (MON-FRI / 8AM-7PM — SAT / 8AM-5PM — SUN / 9AM-4PM)

Saturday, November 3

Info 10:00 AM

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

For more information please contact:

 

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.

 

 

Info 02:00 PM

Where: Fulton County Courthouse, 11 N. William St, Johnstown

Come to the Fulton County Courthouse at 2pm on Saturday, November 3rd and her Laurie Kozakiewicz, PhD. talk about Susan’s Trial.

Followed by refreshments & discussion at the Johnstown Historical Society.

Donations are welcome and will support ECSWC for the ECSWC Symposium on March 28th 2020.

Tuesday, November 6

Info 04:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: 37 S. Market St. (Clinton Street Entrance), Johnstown 12095

Cost: $9.00 Adults, $4.00 children 5-12 years, Free for children under the age of 5 | First Presbterian Church

For more information please contact:
Ronald Chizek | 518-762-3330 | rchizek@nycap.rr.com

Annual Election Day spaghetti supper, Tuesday November 6 from 4-7pm to benefit the church free community lunch program and other local missions. The meal includes meatballs, tossed salad, Italian bread, home made desserts and assorted beverages. Take-outs will be available. The cost for adults is $9.00, Children 5-12 $4.00 and free for children under the age of five. The church is handicapped accessible using the Clinton Street entrance. For more information call the church at 518-762-8263.

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 17

Info 10:00 AM02:00 PM

Where: 28 West Main Street, Fonda 12068

Cost: free; no entry fee

For more information please contact:
Frothingham Free Library | 518-853-3016

Stop in and pick up some homemade soups and a pie or two! Browse our crafts and pick up a Christmas present or perhaps something just for you!

Sunday, November 18

Info 10:00 AM03:00 PM

Where: Gloversville High School, 199 Lincoln St, Gloversville

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Over 100 Professional Crafters will be filling the halls and rooms of Gloversville High school with their crafts.

Admission is $2 for Adults, Kids under 12 are free.
There will be a bake sale and food concession stand.

The admission proceeds go toward Scholorships awarded to students in the community and other area programs.

****Please take note of the new location this year due to construction******

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

For more information please contact:

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