August 2017

 

Monday, August 21

Info 09:30 AM10:30 AM

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

Cost: $15 per person | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

MONDAY MORNINGS Restorative Yoga / Dari Daknis Instructor
August 7, 14, 21
9:30-10:30AM
Single Class: $15

Treat yourself to gentle yoga postures that provide deep relaxation to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. This groundbreaking one-hour session reduces anxiety and stress in a world of constant overwork and overstimulation. Using a variety of relaxation techniques including guided imagery, meditation, reiki, aromatherapy and breath awareness, this class will help you melt into a state of deep calm designed to bring balance back into your life. Encourage your muscles to relax deeply. Unwind. Feel refreshed and recharged. Restorative yoga can help reverse the effects of chronic stress and generate feelings of wellbeing. It is recommended for those who are exhausted, anxious and eager to learn powerful tools for managing the rigors of modern life. Please join us on this inward journey toward renewing, restoring and healing. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932

Info 07:00 PM09:00 PM

Where: 22 North Main Street, Mayfield 12117

Cost: Free | Mayfield Presbyterian Church

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 518-332-0538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com

The Mayfield Historical Society will host a presentation by Fulton County Historian, Samantha Saladino, entitled “Famously Infamous”, on Monday, August 21st at the Mayfield Presbyterian Church, North Main Street, Mayfield. Saladino, who is also the Executive Director of the Albany County Historical Society and Ten Broeck Mansion, will tell the stories of three to five different intriguing murders and other crimes over the years from the County of Fulton. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. For more information, call 518-332-0538 or 518-775-1449.

Info 11:30 AM01:30 PM

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

Cost: $25 per-class or 1gift card | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Mandalas | Linda Biggers, instructor
Monday, August 21
11:30AM-1:30PM
Art Studio #2
Cost: $25 or 1 gift card

The class will begin with a demonstration of how to make a mandala grid using a compass and ruler. Students will then fill in the grid to create a mandala pattern using the demonstrated method. When the students are happy with their mandala design, they will trace the mandala using and ink pen, erase the guidelines and add color using ink pens, colored pencils and watercolor.

Info 09:00 AM02:00 PM

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

Cost: $130 pre-registration | $150 at door | $50 for individual day | www.pncreativeartscenter.org - or call 661-9932

For more information please contact:
Sue Nigra | 518-661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

This camp, directed by Gretchen Salvione, owner and operator of The Dance Company, is for dancers ages 6 to 13. In addition to learning cool ballet, jazz, lyrical and hip hop moves, children will make props and costumes and perform for loved ones and friends on the last day of camp. All skill levels are welcome, from beginners to dancers who have some training but want to spruce up their technique. Campers should bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available.

Tuesday, August 22

Info 06:00 PM

Where: 67 North Main St , Broadalbin 12025

Cost: 6 | N/A

For more information please contact:
United Methodist Church in Broadalbin | 518-620-1794

Times:
Tues: 6:00-7:00
Wed: 4:00- 5:00
Thurs: 6:00-7:00

I tell people to bring water, dry sneakers/shoes, and positive energy!
It is in the upstairs dining hall and they can enter through the side door.
Each class costs $6 and for every three classes attended, the 4th one is free!
Contact info for the Zumba students: 518-620-1794

Info 06:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Northville Public Library, 341 S 3rd St, Northville 12134

For more information please contact:
SVAN Arts | (518) 863-6922 | norlib@mvls.info

Opportunity to meet Jutta, ask questions, and share light refreshments. June 30 – August 30 with the reception on Tuesday, August 22 from 6pm t0 8pm.

Info 05:30 PM07:00 PM

Where: 1009 North Bush Road, Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: Concert free & open to public / Lite fare menu offered @ variety of prices | N/A

For more information please contact:
Douglas Purcell | 518 835-3023 | dpurcell6@nycap.rr.com

The North Bush United Methodist Church will host an Ice Cream Social with a light fare menu at the church on Thursday, August 22nd, from 4 to 7 pm. The church is located at 1009 North Bush Rd. The Durey Creek Bluegrass Band will present a variety of bluegrass and gospel music in the church chapel from 5:30 to 7 pm.

Info 11:00 AM01:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
J. Duross | 518-725-2819 | jduross@mvls.info

This is a creative writing forum for adult writers ranging from amateur to experienced. The group meets weekly to share their work, offer advice and encouragement, and perform creative writing exercises.

Info 05:30 PM06:45 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Nicole Hauser | 518-725-2819 | nhauser@mvls.info

Bring your device and questions to the Library and we will try to assist you (laptop, tablet, phone, digital camera, etc.) on a first come, first serve basis.

Or, call 518-725-2819 to set up an appointment for a more convenient time.

Info 06:00 PM07:30 PM

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

Cost: $25 per-class or 1gift card | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Spa Night | Delania Duncovich, instructor
Tuesday, August 22
6:00-7:30PM
Teaching Kitchen
Cost*: $25 or 1 gift card

Pampering yourself and enjoying some ‘me time’ is essential! Even just a hand massage and a facial are enough to help you relax and feel good. Join Delania has she teaches you how to pamper yourself. This class is open to all and is beginner level. Special accommodations are available. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 515-661-9932
*Members receive a 20% discount. Don’t forget to enter the code at checkout!

Info 06:30 PM08:30 PM

Where: Mrs. B’s Petite Galerie & Studio, 26 N. Main Street (next to Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market), Gloversville 12078

Cost: $14, plus canvas at cost | Mrs. B's Petite Galerie & Studio

For more information please contact:
Cheryl Bielli | 5187256130 | cherylbielli@yahoo.com

Paint a beautiful Victorian porch scene at the second to the last “Paint ‘n’ Sup” workshop at Mrs. B’s Petite Galerie & Studio.
Guided instruction and acrylic or watercolor paint and paper are provided with admission. Canvas is sold at cost on the premises. Guests are invited to bring a beverage and snacks to the workshop.

The final painting session in the summer series wil lbe offered Thursday, Aug. 24. The project is a “surprise.”

For more information, please contact Cheryl Bielli at 518-725-6130 or go to Mrs. B’s Art on Facebook.

Info 09:00 AM02:00 PM

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

Cost: $130 pre-registration | $150 at door | $50 for individual day | www.pncreativeartscenter.org - or call 661-9932

For more information please contact:
Sue Nigra | 518-661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

This camp, directed by Gretchen Salvione, owner and operator of The Dance Company, is for dancers ages 6 to 13. In addition to learning cool ballet, jazz, lyrical and hip hop moves, children will make props and costumes and perform for loved ones and friends on the last day of camp. All skill levels are welcome, from beginners to dancers who have some training but want to spruce up their technique. Campers should bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available.

Wednesday, August 23

Info 04:00 PM05:00 PM

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

Cost: $25 per-class or 1gift card | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Adaptive Hip Hop Dance | Gretchen Salvione, instructor
Wednesdays: July 5, 12, 19, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
4:00-5:00PM
Cost*: $25 per class or 1 gift card

Dancing is fun, but if you’ve never participated before you might be a little nervous. Learn some simple dance moves to get started! Join instructor Gretchen Salvione for this beginner’s class. To register please visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 661-9932

Info

Where: Royal Mountain Ski & Vacation Center, 3072 St Hwy 10, Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: $10 admission

For more information please contact:
(518) 835-6445 | royalmtn@frontiernet.net

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS – JUNE 7 TO AUGUST 23. www.royalmountain.com

Info 04:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: Wine and Roses, Wine and Roses, 101 W Main St, Broadalbin 12025

For more information please contact:
Wine and Roses | (518) 883-3663 | wineandroses@nycap.rr.com

Join us Every Wednesday for Sushi Specials!

Sushi features include:
Wasbi Cucumber Snapper Roll topped with Ponzu sauce.
Double Spicy Seafood Roll, Tempura fried shrimp, sushi grade ahi tuna, accompanied with pickled vegetables.

Info 09:00 AM02:00 PM

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

Cost: $130 pre-registration | $150 at door | $50 for individual day | www.pncreativeartscenter.org - or call 661-9932

For more information please contact:
Sue Nigra | 518-661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

This camp, directed by Gretchen Salvione, owner and operator of The Dance Company, is for dancers ages 6 to 13. In addition to learning cool ballet, jazz, lyrical and hip hop moves, children will make props and costumes and perform for loved ones and friends on the last day of camp. All skill levels are welcome, from beginners to dancers who have some training but want to spruce up their technique. Campers should bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available.

Info 01:30 PM03:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free - registration required

For more information please contact:
N. Hauser | 518-725-2819 | nhauser@mvls.info

Join us to create a colorful mosaic coaster!!

All supplies are provided.

***Registration Required***

Thursday, August 24

Info 10:00 AM03:00 PM

Where: Caroga Historical Association and Museum, 145 London Bridge Rd., Caroga Lake 12032

Cost: Materials = $12 Registration = $20/Members $25/Non-members

For more information please contact:
Caroga Historical Museum | (518) 835-4400

The Caroga Historical Museum will host this workshop with instructor Cheryl Bielli. Create a still life of flowers and fruits of the season. Bring lunch and $12 for materials. Class limited to 12. Registration fee is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Send your check (payable to Caroga Historical Museum) for the REGISTRATION FEE ONLY with your Name, Address and Phone Number to Fran Miller, 196 E. Stoner Lake Rd, Caroga Lake, NY 12032. For additional information call Fran at (518) 835-9729.

Info 06:30 PM

Where: Johnson Hall State Historic Site, 139 Hall Ave, Johnstown 12095

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

For more information please contact:
(518) 762 - 8712 | JohnsonHall@parks.ny.gov

August 24 Lecture – “Slavery in the Mohawk Valley” 6:30 pm Usually considered a “Southern” issue, slavery played a surprisingly large role in colonial and revolutionary era New York. Travis Bowman, Curator with the New York State Bureau of Historic Sites, will examine how slavery evolved in New York under the Dutch, British, and American systems of government and how the institution was utilized at a local and personal level in the Mohawk Valley. Refreshments will be served following the lecture. Free admission — Donations to help support the event will be greatly appreciated!

Info 04:00 PM06:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Nicole Hauser | 518-725-2819 | nhauser@mvls.info

Adult members meet to knit, crochet, and discuss projects. There is no registration or fee required to join this group.

Info

Where: The ShoeLeather Express, 31 Spring Street, Gloversville 12117

Cost: $10 per person

For more information please contact:
Elaine or Dennis | 518-225-1405

Mike Sikorsky from Mesa, Arizona. 5:30-7 Potluck, share a dish, 7-7:30 early round dancing, 7:30-8 A1 & A2 tips, 8-9:45 Mainstream/Plus with rounds, 9:45 one hot hash tip.

Info 10:30 AM11:30 AM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
S. Fancher | 518-725-2819 | sfancher@mvls.info

Stories and a craft suitable for ages 2 & up, accompanied by an adult. This is a great way for little ones to be introduced to the Library and to socialize with others.

Info 06:30 PM08:30 PM

Where: Mrs. B’s Petite Galerie & Studio, 26 N. Main Street (next to Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market), Gloversville 12078

Cost: $14, plus canvas (or glassware) at cost | Mrs. B's Petite Galerie & Studio

For more information please contact:
Cheryl Bielli | 5187256130 | cherylbielli@yahoo.com

Come paint and sup with NYS certified art instructor Cheryl Bielli at Mrs. B’s Petite Galerie & Studio in historic downtown Gloversville for the final session of her seven-week summer series.

Paint, instruction and use of art tools is included — along with good conversation and lots of laughs.

The theme for this last session will be a surprise!

(However, Spoiler Alert: It may entail painting a glass pitcher with a citrus design!)

For more information, contact Bielli at 518-725-6130.

Friday, August 25

Info 11:00 AM12:00 PM

Where: 2 Colonial Court, Johnstown 12095

Cost: $7 per week | HealthLink Littauer

For more information please contact:
HealthLink Littauer | 518-736-1120 | www.nlh.org

Experience gentle, peaceful Yoga with the support of a chair. For everyone…no matter what age you are, or what condition you are in, you can experience the health benefits from this easy form of Yoga. Attend 1 session or all!

Jeannie Moller RYT, Instructor

Info 04:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 West Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
J. Duross | 518-725-2819 | jduross@mvls.info

A teen reading and writing group that gathers to discuss their favorite books and talk about writing their own stories. All are welcome to a group where teens are in control.

Info 08:30 AM04:00 PM

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

Cost: $65 pre registration / $85 at door | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Around the World Kid Cooking Camp
Destination: Mexico
Friday, August 25
8:30AM–4:00PM
Ages 6-12
Cost: $65 pre-registration | $85 at door

We’ve booked a one-way ticket to our professional teaching kitchen for your kids to learn how to make Empanadas & Tutti Frutti Salad for lunch with the guidance of popular instructor Nita Preddice. Camp fun and games will all be related to Mexico. Campers will bring home a special art project, too! Campers should bring a water bottle each. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932

Info 12:00 PM01:30 PM

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

Cost: $25 (pre-registration required) | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Board & Brush Class | Brenda Dwyer, instructor
Friday, August 25
12:00-1:30PM
Art Studio #2
Cost*: $25 pre-registration only

Just bring your creativity and a willingness to learn and you will build a wooden sign piece from scratch that is worthy of your walls! Come alone or bring your friends and family to share in our custom wood sign workshops. You will have a creative experience you won’t forget! This class is open to all and is beginner level. Special accommodations are available. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932

Saturday, August 26

Info 09:00 AM06:00 PM

Where: Pine Park Rv and Pavilion, 29 Pine St. EXT, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: Cost: Adults are $6.00 each Seniors $5.00 and Children under 12 are free. Two day passes are available Adults 10.00 and seniors $8.00.

For more information please contact:
Betty Overrocker | 518-842-6672

We are pleased to announce the 8th annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival

This will be a family friendly event, everyone is welcome.

This year’s Pow Wow will bring to life the rich history of the Native American tradition through song, dance, food and games. It will be a weekend to celebrate and experience cultures, values, and traditions with a gathering of Native American tribes from across the country.

A powwow, derived from the Narragansett word powwaw meaning “spiritual leader,” has historically been a gathering of North America’s Native people. More modern powwows have become a cultural celebration for Native American and First Nations people to meet, dance, sing, socialize and honor their cultures.

For nearly a decade Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival has been a space for the community to meet old friends, make new ones, have fun, and dance on their own reservation. Another tradition is Spirit of the Wolf’s outreach to local area charities.

“We are a proud people with a rich history,” explains “Spirit of the Wolf” member Betty Overrocker, “who are inspired by our ancestors to continue our traditions and remember our past. We are excited to share these traditions with our community so that they may better understand our people, our customs, and our legacy. It is a wonderful weekend for every one of every age to come and enjoy themselves.”

Drawing participants from all across North America, the weekend features some spectacular events not to be missed. These include:

· Cody Blackbird Band

· Aztec Fire Dancer’s

· Hoop dancer’s

· Beyond Human Exotic Wildlife Show

· Lori Hawk. Flute player

Tribal Leader Betty Overrocker invites you to attend

When: Aug. 26th and 27th
The gates open Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm;
and Grand Entry to begin at 11 AM on both days.

Where: 29 Pine St. EXT, Broadabin, NY 12025.

The Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival is open to the public and fun for all ages.

Cost: Adults are $6.00 each Seniors $5.00 and Children under 12 are free. Two day passes are available Adults 10.00 and seniors $8.00.

All proceeds will benefit local charities, and to honor of all Veterans, and Emergency Responders. You are invited to join us in dancing in your honor, and to thank you for your service to our country, during grand entry. Free Admission If you are in Military uniform, or have an active duty military ID

For more information contact

Betty Overrocker
518-842-6672

For information about media, MC, or sound contact

Richard White
518-866-6237

or visit our website Wolf Clan http://wolfclanny.com/

Contact
Betty Overrocker
Richard White-Media
518-842-6672

Info 06:00 PM

Where: Northville Waterfront Park located on Main St, Northville 12134

Cost: Free with a suggested free will donation of $5 per person

For more information please contact:
(518) 863-8047 | office@svanarts.org

The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network has a great lineup of performances for its annual summer outdoor concerts at the Northville Waterfront Park located on Main St. in Northville. The summer lineup includes some of the area’s best talent. The concerts will be held on Saturday evenings at 6pm with a rain venue at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main in Northville. All concerts in this series are free with a suggested free will donation of $5 per person.

Info 09:00 AM11:00 AM

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

Cost: $25 pre-registration - $35 at door | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Saturday Kid Art: Painting With Chocolate! | Beth Spraggs, instructor
Saturday, August 26
9:00-11:00AM
Art Studio #2
Cost*: $25 pre-registration | $35 at door

Children ages 5+ will learn how to make an incredible and edible chocolate picture using up to four chocolate colors. Painting with melted chocolate is not only easy and fun, it is tasty! To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932

Info 08:00 AM01:00 PM

Where: 53 Church Street, Gloversville 12078

Cost: $3 for breakfast, art show and open mic program are free | Gloversville Senior Center

For more information please contact:
Cheryl Bielli | 518-725-6130 | cherylbielli@yahoo.com

Start your weekend off with “Breakfast with the Arts!” In this delicious package of visual and performance art and good home-style cooking. The art show features more than 40 paintings by members of the senior center’s longstanding painting group. Viewing begins at 8 and runs through 1 p.m. Some work is for sale. Prices are individually marked. A hot, homemade meal of scrambled eggs with cheese, breakfast kielbasa, pumpernickel bread, fruit and yogurt is offered at 9 a.m. And a free open mic show begins at 10 a.m. Participants who are performing are asked to sign up at that time. All events are open to the public. There are no age restrictions.

Info 09:00 AM07:00 PM

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

Cost: Meal $12, Meal & Mining $15 | Campground Office

For more information please contact:
Billie Jo Muller | 518-568-2914 | crystalgrovecampground@gmail.com

Come enjoy an afternoon out and about at Crystal Grove! Come mine and work up an appetite, eat some Chicken BBQ and see our on-site vendors.

Info 12:00 PM01:30 PM

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

Cost: $10 per-person or 1gift card | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Muffins & Makeovers | Kate Schwan, instructor
Saturday, August 26
10:00AM-12:00PM
Granite Conference Room
Cost*: $10 or 1 gift card

Muffins & Makeovers instructor Kate Schwan will help you fall into a new look! She will share makeup tricks and beauty secrets to bring out your natural beauty. You will try new looks that pair perfectly with your eyes, skin tone and hair while you enjoy muffins and tea. Everyone will receive a goodie bag and a chance to win a door prize. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932
*Members receive a 20% discount. Don’t forget to enter the code at checkout!

Sunday, August 27

Info 09:00 AM05:00 PM

Where: Pine Park Rv and Pavilion, 29 Pine St. EXT, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: Cost: Adults are $6.00 each Seniors $5.00 and Children under 12 are free. Two day passes are available Adults 10.00 and seniors $8.00.

For more information please contact:
Betty Overrocker | 518-842-6672

We are pleased to announce the 8th annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival

This will be a family friendly event, everyone is welcome.

This year’s Pow Wow will bring to life the rich history of the Native American tradition through song, dance, food and games. It will be a weekend to celebrate and experience cultures, values, and traditions with a gathering of Native American tribes from across the country.

A powwow, derived from the Narragansett word powwaw meaning “spiritual leader,” has historically been a gathering of North America’s Native people. More modern powwows have become a cultural celebration for Native American and First Nations people to meet, dance, sing, socialize and honor their cultures.

For nearly a decade Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival has been a space for the community to meet old friends, make new ones, have fun, and dance on their own reservation. Another tradition is Spirit of the Wolf’s outreach to local area charities.

“We are a proud people with a rich history,” explains “Spirit of the Wolf” member Betty Overrocker, “who are inspired by our ancestors to continue our traditions and remember our past. We are excited to share these traditions with our community so that they may better understand our people, our customs, and our legacy. It is a wonderful weekend for every one of every age to come and enjoy themselves.”

Drawing participants from all across North America, the weekend features some spectacular events not to be missed. These include:

· Cody Blackbird Band

· Aztec Fire Dancer’s

· Hoop dancer’s

· Beyond Human Exotic Wildlife Show

· Lori Hawk. Flute player

Tribal Leader Betty Overrocker invites you to attend

When: Aug. 26th and 27th
The gates open Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm;
and Grand Entry to begin at 11 AM on both days.

Where: 29 Pine St. EXT, Broadabin, NY 12025.

The Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival is open to the public and fun for all ages.

Cost: Adults are $6.00 each Seniors $5.00 and Children under 12 are free. Two day passes are available Adults 10.00 and seniors $8.00.

All proceeds will benefit local charities, and to honor of all Veterans, and Emergency Responders. You are invited to join us in dancing in your honor, and to thank you for your service to our country, during grand entry. Free Admission If you are in Military uniform, or have an active duty military ID

For more information contact

Betty Overrocker
518-842-6672

For information about media, MC, or sound contact

Richard White
518-866-6237

or visit our website Wolf Clan http://wolfclanny.com/

Contact
Betty Overrocker
Richard White-Media
518-842-6672

Info 04:00 PM08:00 PM

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

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
The Glove | 518-773-8255

All Paul , Paul McCartney/Beatles Tribute band, Sponsored by Simply Best Home Care/ Broadway, Free admission , Food available.

Info 04:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Glove Performing Arts Center, 40 N Main St, Gloversville 12078

For more information please contact:
(518) 444-1201 | broadwayconcertevent@aol.com

Join Rachael and David From Broadway Home Care for Live Music from the Capital Districts #1 Paul McCartney Tribute Band. There will also be a short presentation on how you or a loved one can recieved Managed Long Term Care in your home at
No Cost To You!

DOORS OPEN AT 3PM!
Please RSVP to : 518-444-1201 or e-mail : broadwayconcertevent@aol.com

Info 02:00 PM04:00 PM

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

Cost: $25 pre-registration/$35 at door | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Caribbean Sunset | Ellen Lauziere, instructor
Sunday, August 27
2:00-4:00PM
Art Studio #2
Cost*: $25 pre-registration | $35 at door

Unleash your inner artist and take a guided art class at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts! Come enjoy a Sunday afternoon of painting and fun as you create an acrylic painting of the Caribbean sunset in a beautiful setting. You will receive step by step instructions and can customize the painting to make it your own! To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932
*Members receive a 20% discount. Don’t forget to enter the code at checkout!

Monday, August 28

Info 10:00 AM11:00 AM

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

Cost: $15 per-person or 1 gift certificate | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Make and Take Essential Oils | Heather Mattioni, instructor
Wednesday, August 28
10:00-11:00AM
Cost*: $15 per person or 1 gift certificate

In the first half of this workshop, you will learn all about essential oils and the wonderful benefits they provide us. Heather will teach you where they come from, how they are made and how they work with our bodies. In the second half of the workshop, you will be making your own scents! Heather is bringing all of the supplies necessary to make your own therapeutic essential oil roll-on. You can make as many as you want, while supplies last. The class includes one free roll-on and each additional roll-on is just $2! Heather will also bring supplies for raw sugar scrubs, where you can choose your own scent for an additional $4 each. to register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932

Tuesday, August 29

Info 06:00 PM

Where: 67 North Main St , Broadalbin 12025

Cost: 6 | N/A

For more information please contact:
United Methodist Church in Broadalbin | 518-620-1794

Times:
Tues: 6:00-7:00
Wed: 4:00- 5:00
Thurs: 6:00-7:00

I tell people to bring water, dry sneakers/shoes, and positive energy!
It is in the upstairs dining hall and they can enter through the side door.
Each class costs $6 and for every three classes attended, the 4th one is free!
Contact info for the Zumba students: 518-620-1794

Info 11:00 AM01:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
J. Duross | 518-725-2819 | jduross@mvls.info

This is a creative writing forum for adult writers ranging from amateur to experienced. The group meets weekly to share their work, offer advice and encouragement, and perform creative writing exercises.

Info 05:30 PM06:45 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Nicole Hauser | 518-725-2819 | nhauser@mvls.info

Bring your device and questions to the Library and we will try to assist you (laptop, tablet, phone, digital camera, etc.) on a first come, first serve basis.

Or, call 518-725-2819 to set up an appointment for a more convenient time.

Wednesday, August 30

Info 04:00 PM05:00 PM

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

Cost: $25 per-class or 1gift card | Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

For more information please contact:
Nigra Arts Center | 661-9932 | nigras@pnarts.org

Adaptive Hip Hop Dance | Gretchen Salvione, instructor
Wednesdays: July 5, 12, 19, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
4:00-5:00PM
Cost*: $25 per class or 1 gift card

Dancing is fun, but if you’ve never participated before you might be a little nervous. Learn some simple dance moves to get started! Join instructor Gretchen Salvione for this beginner’s class. To register please visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 661-9932

Info 04:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: Wine and Roses, Wine and Roses, 101 W Main St, Broadalbin 12025

For more information please contact:
Wine and Roses | (518) 883-3663 | wineandroses@nycap.rr.com

Join us Every Wednesday for Sushi Specials!

Sushi features include:
Wasbi Cucumber Snapper Roll topped with Ponzu sauce.
Double Spicy Seafood Roll, Tempura fried shrimp, sushi grade ahi tuna, accompanied with pickled vegetables.

Thursday, August 31

Info 04:00 PM06:00 PM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Nicole Hauser | 518-725-2819 | nhauser@mvls.info

Adult members meet to knit, crochet, and discuss projects. There is no registration or fee required to join this group.

Info 10:30 AM11:30 AM

Where: Gloversville Public Library, Gloversville Public Library, 34 W. Fulton St., Gloversville 12078

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
S. Fancher | 518-725-2819 | sfancher@mvls.info

Stories and a craft suitable for ages 2 & up, accompanied by an adult. This is a great way for little ones to be introduced to the Library and to socialize with others.