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  • ThursdayMay 23rd 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • FridayMay 24th 12:00:amMoto Cross Weekend at Royal Mountain

    Who is ready to spend Memorial Day weekend camping + racing-  We are waiting for some snow to melt away then it is time to rebuild the MX track. ✊🏁

    $40 General admission for the entire weekend! With camping available for both Friday and Saturday nights

    2 Moto Format      2 Separate Race Days

  • 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • SaturdayMay 25th 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • SundayMay 26th 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • 10:30:amMemorial Day Worship Service at First Presbyterian Church of Johnstown

    If you are unable to attend in person, please join us LIVE on our Youtube Channel.

  • 3:00:pmHairband Riot- 80’s Rock Party at Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    The Sunset Strip rocked in the 80s and so will the Great Sacandaga Brewing Company in 2024!

    Hairband Riot will perform 3 to 6 PM and bring you all of the great tunes you true Hairband 80s rockers will love!! 

  • MondayMay 27th 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • 9:30:amGloversville Memorial Day Parade
    Please join us as we pay tribute to and commemorate those who have made the greatest sacrifice in service to our nation. The parade will commence at 9:30am, followed by a ceremony at Prospect Hill Cemetery. The parade route begins at the intersection of 8th Avenue and Main Street, turns east on 6th Avenue, continues south on Kingsboro Avenue, concluding at Prospect Hill Cemetery.
    To participate, please fill out the online application at https://form.jotform.com/240534657752158
    Supporting Sponsors:
    Kingsboro Lumber Company
    Nathan Littauer Hospital
    Friends of Gloversville Recreation:
    Fage USA Dairy Industry
    Beau Monde Hair Studio
    Coldwell Banker Prime Properties
    Walmart Distribution #6096
    Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Hosted by the City of Gloversville Recreation Commission for the first time with the support and guidance of the former Gloversville Parade Committee. 

     
  • 9:30:amVillage of Broadalbin’s Memorial Day Parade
  • TuesdayMay 28th 9:00:amShelter Dog Portrait Showcase at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts
    Check out the amazing shelter dog portraits created by Gloversville Middle School’s 8th Grade art classes! 💜
    All pieces can be viewed ONLINE here 👉 fcrspca.org/shelter-dog-portraits
    VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITES! The top FOUR community choice picks will be featured on our 2025 thank you cards! 😍
    The show will be on display at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts from May 22 – May 28. Check it out! 😍
    Awards will be presented to the contest winners at the Paul Nigra Center on Tuesday, May 28th 5:30-7:30. 💚
    THANK YOU to the amazingly talented students AND GMS art teachers, Samantha Catano and Crisan Anadio! 🫶

    Interested in purchasing a piece? The students have generously offered to sell their work and donate the proceeds back to the shelter!! 🥰 Email PR@fcrspca.org to reserve! SOLD pieces will be marked online. 🎨 

     
  • 6:00:pmTuesday Night Skate at High Rollers Skating Rink

    What to do on a Tuesday Night?  Come skate at High Rollers from 6-8 PM
    every Tuesday!
    $6 Admission

  • 6:00:pmSpring Open House/May Meeting at James Burk’s Inn

    Please join us for a Spring Open House following our May meeting.
    Meeting begins at 6pm followed by an open house reception for general members, curious future members, and aspiring volunteers of all ages.
    Come learn about what we do at the Johnstown Historical Society.
    Find out about future plans, events, & programming.
    Meet the governing board! Talk with historians and other volunteers! You can also learn about the DAR who’s Johnstown chapter is housed at James Burk’s Inn! 

  • WednesdayMay 29th 10:00:amNeurographic Designs and Mindful Art | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Wednesday, May 29
    10:00-11:30AM
    Studio 2
    Cost*: $35 pre-registration required

    Don’t let the name fool you into thinking this is a complicated form of design. Rather, it’s a technique to help you relax and create something beautiful. Using markers with some simple direction, you will soon become a master of neurographic design.

  • 6:00:pmDanny Lynaugh Acoustics at Historic Hotel Broadalbin
    Join us every Wednesday to enjoy Danny Lynaugh’s acoustic set.
    Reservations: 518-883-5414
  • ThursdayMay 30th 2:00:pmSt Patrick’s Lodge presents a Sturgess Family BBQ at Johnstown Dunkin Donuts Parking Lot

    Tickets are $16 each

    Dinners include chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, roll and butter.

    All presale tickets MUST be picked up 30 minutes before end of BBQ

    Tickets available through Brothers or email treasurer@stpats4.org

  • 5:00:pmHappy Days Cruise In Every Thursday May-September at Happy Days Diner

    Join us every Thursday (rain or shine) starting the first Thursday in May through the last Thursday of September at Happy Days!
    Time: 5:00-8:00 PM
    All Years, Makes, and Models are welcomed!
    Free soda for Drivers!
    $1 Ice Cream Special for Participants!
    Come enjoy fast cars, friendship, and great food! 

     
  • 5:00:pmBike Night at Adirondack Harley Davidson
    May 30th is Bike Night at Adirondack Harley-Davidson. Listen to music by Skeeter Creek, enjoy food from Piece of Heaven, drinks from Great Sacandaga Brewing, as well as Generation Axe Throwing. Festivities are from 5 – 8 pm. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
  • 6:00:pmMayfield Class of 2029 Fundraiser at High Rollers

    Come ready to skate on Thursday May 30th for a Fundraiser for the Mayfield Class of 2029!

    $10 Admission  6-8PM

  • 6:00:pmDowntown Johnstown: THEN& NOW with Fulton County Historian Samantha Hall-Saladino at James Burk’s Inn
    The Johnstown Historical Society presents:
    Downtown Johnstown Then and Now with Fulton County Historian Samantha Hall-Saladino.
    Step back in time and explore downtown! Using historic photographs, newspaper accounts, and other
    historic records, we’ll stroll together down Main Street and the surrounding areas and see how they’ve
    changed over the generations.
    This program is open to the public and free of charge.
    Light refreshments will be served. Donations are always appreciated but not expected. 
  • 7:00:pmVaudeville Thursdays at The Glove Theatre

    Got talent? Want to sing some karaoke in a big room? Or, maybe, you just want to bask in the talent of others? The Glove Theatre’s monthly series fits all these bills!

    Vaudeville Thursdays is a monthly performance open mic series which welcomes singers, dancers, slam poets, magicians, stand-up comedians, and variety artists of all kinds to take The Glove Theatre’s mainstage for a five minute maximum set. So polish up your repertoire, stretch, warm-up, and strut your stuff at The Glove!

    Open mic: 7.00pm – 9.30pm (sign-up begins at 6.30pm)

    $5.00 entry for audience: Performers get in for free!

    Hosted by Stanley Bojarski

    Vaudeville Thursdays is rated PG-13: no children under 13 will be admitted. Children 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the show.

    Vaudeville Thursdays welcomes acts of all kinds, but you have to play the game by the rules!

    • Acts should be no longer than 5 minutes

    • No nudity

    • No fire

    • No hate speech

    • No political endorsements.

    • Any act breaking the above rules will be cut off early. The Glove Theatre reserves the right to end any act for violating these rules. Severe offenders will be banned from taking the stage again at any Vaudeville Thursday performance.

  • FridayMay 31st 12:00:amNational Trail Days at SVAN

    National Trails Days

    • Waterfront Park South Main Street Northville, NY, 12134United States (map)

    SVAN will host a creative project for children of all ages from young to young at heart! Watch for more details in the upcoming months.

  • 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Park
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • 4:00:pmCelebrating NPT 100- 3 day event!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ADVENTURE BEGINS (AND ENDS!) IN NORTHVILLE

    Fulton County Tourism & the Village of Northville is planning a 3 day Olympic-style kickoff event to recognize National Trails Day and the NPT 100 Celebration, May 31 through June 2,

    A great time to Discover Northville – the celebration will be fun, informative and educational for hikers and visitors alike. We take great pride in being such an integral part of this Adirondack history. The celebration will encourage many to visit Northville, invite more hikes on the  NPT Trail and other trails in our area!

    The village, merchants, clubs, organizations and Northville Central School are invited to  participate. Northville’s Waterfront Park will host vendors, food, entertainment and information. A trolley will bring visitors throughout the village to various participating locations.

    OPENING CEREMONY – FRIDAY, MAY 31, 6 pm at Northville’s Waterfront Park entrance NPT Arch – presentation of the NPT100 Centennial Medallion created by artisan William Coffey, Waterfront Park activities beginning at 4 pm

    SATURDAY, JUNE 1 NATIONAL TRAILS DAY – village-wide celebration starting at 9 am, fish stocking, kids fishing derby, vendors, storytellers, activities, trolley… with live music in Northville Waterfront Park 6—8 pm, followed by fireworks over Northville Lake.

    CLOSING CEREMONY – SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1 pm at Northville Waterfront Park, ceremonial passing of the ADK Walking Stick to Hamilton County to continue on the trail. Waterfront Park activities 10 am to 3 pm

    Here’s a tentative schedule of events:

    NPT 100 Northville Kick-Off SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

    Friday, May 31:

    4 pm—Northville Waterfront Park events begin! Music, food, vendors 4 to 8pm

    6 pm—RIBBON CUTTING—NPT Arch, Waterfront Park

    6:30 pm—SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERT!

    Saturday, June 1: NATIONAL TRAILS DAY

    9 am—Fish Stocking, Little Lake at Water Street

    10-8—Northville Waterfront Park, vendors, food, activities

    Noon to 3—Top Shelf Entertainment

    10—12 noon—GSLFF Kids (ages 4 to 13) Fishing Derby (Water Street sign –in/weigh-in)

    9-3 –Northville Public Library

    11-12—NPT Guest Speaker

    1-2 –Kid Craft, making mandalas with items found in nature

    10-2 Northville Central School:

    10-2 –Guest Will Aubrey with a live butterfly exhibit and life-size wing cutout of birds of prey, and a telescope to view the eagles 

    10—2 –Kids – Make your own ADK Walking Stick

    10-1–Planting seeds

    10-2–NCS Book Exchange

    10-5 SVAN Art Gallery

                Nature Themed Crafts, all ages & artist made Bird House Raffle 

    10-2-Arlene Rambush, master weaver/painter demo

    10-2- Linda Biggers, mosaic artist demo

    3-5- Alexandra Higgins, singer, songwriter, sculptor & painter

    Noon-4—Municipal Office Park:

     Tour Northville Northampton Historical Museum Schoolhouse, S’mores station, Uncle Josh Storyteller, old-fashioned popcorn truck, camping exhibit, historic games, kids activities and exhibits

    6-8—Sacandaga Valley Arts Network (SVAN) concert, in Northville Waterfront Park, featuring Two Shoes

    FIREWORKS over Northville Lake at dusk

    Sunday, June 2:

    10-3—Waterfront Park, vendors, food, activities, music by Top Shelf Entertainment

    1 pm—CLOSING CEREMONY and the ceremonial passing of the NPT Walking Stick to Hamilton County!  

    Discover Northville!

    *Northville Merchants and eateries are participating all weekend long with specials, guests and events throughout the village and lakeside

    Visit 44LAKES.com, NPT100.com or villageofnorthville.com

  • 7:00:pmFriday Night Jam at High Rollers Skating Rink

    Friday Night Jam at High Rollers!   7-10PM

    $9 Admission    $3 Skate Rental    $3 Spectator Fee (18+)

    Minor Policy in Effect

  • 7:00:pmThe Paper Prince (Sean Robert Jones) in Concert at Dorn Space

    Friday, May 31 at 7 pm – The PAPER PRINCE (Sean Robert Jones) in Concert.

     Admission is $10 (cash/door only).  

    Tickets may be reserved by emailing dornspace@gmail.com.  

    Doors open at 6:15 pm.

  • SaturdayJun 1st 3:00:pm9th Annual Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival
    Join us for the 9th Annual Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival on June 1, 2024 in Historic Downtown Gloversville. Entrance @ Church Street
    This event includes wineries, breweries, distilleries, food and a variety of 50+ specialty vendors.
    Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries!
    Who’s excited for the food?!
    Live Music at Glove Theatre Marquee & Live Music at Fulton County Barbershop
    Tasting Entry: $15 (cash only)
    Non-Tasting Entry: Free
    Supporting Sponsors:
    Kingsboro Lumber Company
    Nathan Littauer Hospital
    Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce
    Wellnow
    Friends of Gloversville Recreation:
    Fage USA Dairy Industry
    Beau Monde Hair Studio
    Coldwell Banker Prime Properties
    Walmart Distribution #6096
    Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Hosted by the Gloversville Recreation Commission. Proceeds raised go toward future events and city park improvements. 

     
  • 4:00:pmCritical Path Returns to the Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    Come welcome new members Jacqueline Marsh -Vocals/Guitar and Rod Youker -Vocals/Bass Guitar! Playing All your favorite Classic Rock Tunes

  • 6:00:pmConcert in the Park South Main St Northville

    SVAN presents a Concert in the Park on June 1st starting at 6PM  South Main St Northville

    Enjoy the Americana music of Two Shoes at the Celebratory weekends National Trail Days!

  • 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: Two Shoes Trio Concert at Northville Waterfront Park

    Enjoy the Americana music of Two Shoes at the celebratory weekends of National Trails Days

  • 8:00:pmK.A.O.S at Vice Bar n Grill
    Come on out to VICE Bar n Grill in Johnstown on Saturday June 1st from 8-11pm for a night of 70’s-90’s classic rock with K.A.O.S. 🤘🎸
    $5 Cover Charge
  • SundayJun 2nd 10:30:amCops & Rodders Car Show

    This is a fundraiser put on by FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S PBA
    Proceeds will help the PBA in supporting the Project Lifesaver program
    Cops & Rodders
    Car Show
    Jume 2nd 2024
    VEHICLE REGISTRAION 10AM
    OPEN TO SPECTATORS 10:30AM
    BROADALBIN-PERTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    KYLE’S BOUNCE HOUSE
    FOOD
    CHILD SAFE TABLE
    PROJECT LIFESAVER TABLE
    T-SHIRT SALES
    50/50 RAFFLES
    $20 CAR ADMISSIONG INCLUDES
    MEAL TICKET
    5$ MEAL TICKET FOR SHOW CAR
    PASSENGER
    5$ BOUNCE ALL DAY WRISTBAND FOR
    KIDS
    FREE ADMISSION FOR SPECTATORS 

  • 2:00:pmRevelation Open Mic every 1st Sunday of the Month at Dorn Space
  • 6:00:pmMedium Brandon Russ at Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    Join Medium Brandon Russ for an uplifting evening full of messages and laughs. Be sure to get there early to enjoy the music before!

  • MondayJun 3rd 5:00:pmChildren’s Bingo at Gloversville Public Library
  • TuesdayJun 4th 6:00:pmDad Beer or Wine Glass | Cheryl Bielli, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Surprise Dad or Grandpa with his very own, very personalized beer or wine glass! Bring a headshot photo we can print out and turn into a caricature by tracing, taping to the inside of the glass, then painting with multi-surface paints. A truly memorable gift!

  • WednesdayJun 5th 10:00:amPolymer Clay Pendants | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced polymer clay artist, this class offers a comprehensive exploration of the Mokume Gane technique, providing you with the skills and inspiration to create stunning polymer clay pendants that are as unique as they are beautiful. Join us as we elevate our clay patterns by adding them to a solid metal pendant base and finish them with a metallic leather cord and decorative button for the closer.

  • 10:30:amMandala Painting on Canvas | Heather Mattioni, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Mandalas relax the mind and have the power to transform negative thoughts into positive ones. Join instructor Heather Mattioni to learn different tips and tricks for creating your own mandala designs. You will go home with an original mandala design hand-drawn by you!

  • 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • 7:00:pmLove the Glove Film Series Presents: The Boys in the Band ( 2 showings 2PM and 7PM)

    The Love the Glove Film Series kicks off Pride Month with the original LGBTQ film, The Boys in the Band!

    It’s Harold’s birthday, and his closest friends throw him a party at Michael’s apartment. Among Harold’s presents is “Cowboy”, since Harold may have trouble finding a cute young man on his own now that he’s getting older. As the party progresses the self-deprecating humor of the group takes a nasty turn as the men become drunker. Climaxed by a cruel telephone “game” where each man must call someone and tell him (or her?) of his love for them.

     

  • ThursdayJun 6th 5:30:pmTextured Mandala (Four-Part Class) | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    There are various types of mandalas found in different cultures and used for a multitude of purposes, both artistically and spiritually. Whether you are a beginner looking to explore a new artistic medium or an experienced artist seeking to deepen your understanding of mandalas, this class offers a unique opportunity to unleash your creativity. Working on a 22-inch wooden studio panel, you will create your own design, raise it in glue, paint in layers and finish adding metallic paint to highlight your beautiful artwork.

  • 6:00:pmOpen Mic Night with Bill Ackerbauer at Fulton County Museum

    First Friday: Open Mic Night with Bill Ackerbauer
    Friday, June 6th6-8pm
    Free (donations appreciated)

    Back by popular demand — kick off our 2024 First Friday series with an Open Mic Night, hosted by Bill Ackerbauer! Family-friendly performances of song, spoken word, and comedy are welcome! Performer spots will be available for sign up at the door. Please bring your own chairs and feel free to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

  • FridayJun 7th 10:00:amPeanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Can you even imagine a better paring of flavors for this cupcake extravaganza? We will be using piping bags to fill homemade yellow cupcakes with grape jelly and topping it off with a swirl of peanut butter frosting. If that wasn’t enough, we also will have Butterfingers, Reese’s Pieces and Nutter Butter candy to crush and sprinkle on top for decoration.

  • 4:00:pmRelay for Life at Gloversville High School

    Come join and Celebrate, Remember and Fight back… Relay for Life

    Gloversville High School 4-10 PM  6/7/24

  • SaturdayJun 8th 10:00:amStained Glass Workshop: Feathers, Leaves & More | Doug Hallberg, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join stained glass artisan Doug Hallberg for this 5-hour intensive mega-workshop on the craft of working with stained glass! Each student will learn about the process of this timeless art form and make two stained glass feathers to take home. This workshop is for students ages 16 and older of any experience level. A lunch break will be provided – you can bring your own lunch or plan to visit one of our local restaurants.

    Advanced students are welcome to make a 12″ clear glass window hanging with bevels.

    Instructor Doug Hallberg is a retired NYS public school art educator (1996-2012) with an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. In 2012, he was awarded a New York State Enterprise grant to open Carriage House Art Studio in Oneonta, NY (2012-2018) to provide a variety of community classes, including some geared toward artists with special needs. His areas of expertise include stained glass, ceramics, sculpture and drawing.

  • 10:30:amPaint & Brunch Pride Edition at Beau Monde Progressive Hair Studio & Day Spa

    Brunch at 10:30 from the food truck! Waffles, bagel sandwiches, fresh fruit, coffee and juices
    Then paint a cool rainbow inspired masterpiece, instructed by Deb Deming. A portion of proceeds from this event will be donated to the Trevor Project in honor of Pride Month 🏳️‍🌈
    Cost of 25$ covers art supplies and class- brunch is available separately 

  • 1:00:pmStump City Brewing Mill Rats Party
    We’re excited to host our annual Mill Rats Pig Roast Party on June 8th from 1-8pm with dinner at 4pm.
    Free food for Mill Rats or $15 if you are not yet a member.
    Mill Rats can pay their membership dues or become a new member! Yearly membership is $65 and gets you a variety of perks throughout the year!
  • 7:00:pmMarty Wendell in Concert at Dorn Space

    Saturday, June 8 at 7 pm – MARTY WENDELL in Concert (Celebrating 60 years in the Music Industry).  

    $10 (cash/door only).  

    Reserve tickets by emailing dornspace@gmail.com.  

    Doors open at 6:15 pm.

  • SundayJun 9th 12:00:pm3rd Annual Jim Anadio Golf Tournament at Hales Mills Country Club
  • WednesdayJun 12th 10:30:amFather’s Day Cards | Heather Mattioni, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join Heather Mattioni for this fun father’s day card making class. All supplies will be provided.

  • 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • 5:30:pmJapanese-Style Flower Arranging | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    This arrangement is a beautiful and simplified version of the Japanese art of ikebana. We will learn some basic techniques to create an arrangement like the one pictured here using floral foam, a shallow container, iris, lily grass and salidago.

  • 7:00:pmLove the Glove Film Series Presents: Paris is Burning (2 showings 2PM & 7PM)

    The Love the Glove Film Series continues Pride Month with the LGBTQ+ drag documentary, Paris is Burning!

    A documentary of New York’s LGBT scene in the 1980s, showing the real life of poor Black and Latin LGBT people, introduce the ballrooms, the categories, the houses, the voguing, and the dreams and ambitions of these people who are systematically excluded from society, they fight to conquer the right to be and to reinvent themselves in a world starring straight and white people. They use the balls to show their creativity, have fun with their community and family, shining, and having their names recognized in the ballroom scene.

     

  • ThursdayJun 13th 10:00:amSalute to Service Veterans Coalition Golf Tournament at Hales Mills Country Club

    10am Shotgun Start
    $125/Golfer Includes Golf for 1, golf cart, practice range, breakfast, player gift and buffet dinner

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1389384355014106

     

  • 6:00:pm27th Annual Vintage Cafe Classic Car Show

    27th Vintage Cafe Classic Car Show featuring hundreds of classic cars with a classic car parade. Registration fee of $5.00 will be donated to the Johnstown Historical Society. Trophies will be given in five categories outside Vintage Cafe at 8:00 P.M., the night of the show. Music by the Vintage Brothers. Vintage Cafe opens at at 4:30, serving dinner with a barbecue outside. Rain date Friday June 14th from 6 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. All those interested in parade lineup starts at 5:00 P.M. Mulligan & Higgins. Parade starts at 6:00 P.M. Parade route from Lexington parking lot heading south on Perry Street, right on Montgomery Street, right on Market Street. Only the first 55 cars will be allowed in parade, only they will park on the first block of Main Street.

    For more information –Artie 518-774-0781—  Vintage Cafe 518-762-0030

  • 6:00:pmSteel Sculpture Workshop | Barney Bellinger, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Steel Sculputure Workshop – 3 part workshop

    Thursday, June 13, 20 & 27

    6:00-8:00 p.m.

    Join us for a Steel Sculpture Workshop with renowned local artist and Nigra Arts Center artist-in-residence Barney Bellinger! This hands-on workshop will teach students how to explore the possibilities of shape and form with unconventional materials. Perfect for beginners and art enthusiasts alike!

    The classes will take place in Barney’s workshop at the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts. All materials will be provided by Barney Bellinger.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the world of steel sculpture and unleash your creativity. Reserve your spot today and join us for a memorable experience!

  • FridayJun 14th 9:00:am2024 Lexington Foundation Golf Tournament at Hales Mills Country Club

    to benefit the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts!

    Hales Mills Country Club, 146 Steele Road, Johnstown

    9am shotgun start, scramble format

    Tournament fee includes greens fees, cart, breakfast and lunch, snacks and beverages on the course, golf gift, skins game, contests, prizes and more!

    Call today to register!

    Contact: Lynette May, MayL@thearclexington.org | (518) 661-9932

    See you on the course!

  • 10:00:amFather’s Day Charcuterie Tray | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Is there a better way to treat your father on this special day than bestowing him with a beautiful and delicious charcuterie tasting board? Ours will be loaded with cured meats, various cheeses, crusty bread, crackers, olives and fruits.

  • 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park 11am-2pm & 4pm-8pm
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • 9:00:pmFamily Movie Night Under the Stars at Supply Wagon (Event by BV Entertainment LLC)
    Join us for a movie night under the stars! (Movie will be announced soon). Grab your lawn chairs, blankets, pillows, etc. for a fun family night out in Johnstown, NY.
    Movie Starts: 9pm
    Cost: $10/pp
    No Outside Food Allowed
    We have a concession stand on site serving various items:
    Snacks, Food, and Drinks!
    Directions: Pull into Supply Wagon Rentals Parking Lot and follow signs all the way to the back until you’ve reached a second building. Parking will be marked out and pathway to field with movie. 

  • SaturdayJun 15th 9:00:amJunk in Your Trunk Sale at Gloversville Senior Center
  • 12:00:pmStrawberry Festival & Treasures in the Trunk at The Rice Homestead

    The Mayfield Historical Society will be kicking off the summer season with its 41st Annual Strawberry Festival and premiering its new fundraiser “Treasures in the Trunk” sale on Saturday, June 15th, from noon to 4 pm at The Rice Homestead, 328 Riceville Road in Mayfield, NY. Live music will be provided by Ryan Matter from 1-3. Admission is free. Strawberry shortcake with ice cream and lemonade will be available for a donation of $5/$3 for children 8 and under. Don’t miss this opportunity to sell your new, used or antique treasures from the trunk of your vehicle or bring your own tables. The pre-registration cost will be $10 per vehicle parking spot (12’ x 12’) and $15 for the day of the event registration. You may purchase more than one spot if you wish to do so. All merchandise not sold must be removed at 4 pm. To register for Treasures in the Trunk or for more information contact Bob Suits at 518-857-2820. Free tours of the Rice Homestead will be given and the Loom Room, Mill Stone Garden, Heritage Flower Garden, and Oliver’s Trail will be open for viewing and strolling. In the event of rain, the event will take place at the Mayfield Presbyterian Church, 22 N. Main St. in Mayfield and the Treasurers in the Trunk will be canceled. The Rice Homestead will be open throughout the summer on Wednesdays and Saturdays from noon to 4 pm until Labor Day and by appointment by calling 518-725-5261 or 518-332-0538. 

     
  • SundayJun 16th 9:00:amFather’s Day Breakfast at Historic Hotel Broadalbin
    Father’s Day Breakfast At The Historic Hotel Broadalbin. Seats must be reserved together to guarantee seating together.
    Pancakes
    French Toast
    Eggs
    Home Fries
    Bacon
    Sausage
    Biscuits + Sausage Gravy
    Price Includes Tax, Tip + CC Processing Fee
    Adults – $23
    Children Under 8 – $12
    Children Under 2 – Free
    Seating Time Is 1 Hour + ends at 12:00pm
     
    To Add Children’s Tickets Go Back To Shop + Add The Child Ticket To Your Cart Before Checking Out.
    Treat Dad To An Overnight Stay: www.historicbroadalbinhotel.com
  • MondayJun 17th 1:00:pmWriters Club/Open Mic at Dorn Space

    Come join us every 3rd Monday of the month for poetry, prose, comedy, storytelling and original music.

    7 minutes per spot.

  • TuesdayJun 18th 6:00:pmSunset Canoe in Acrylic | Cheryl Bielli, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    This tried-and-true project from a popular sip-n-paint has a high success rate due to its simple shapes and broad-brush blending. Leave this workshop with an 11X14” souvenir that will bring the peace of the Adirondacks into any home or office. Step-by step instruction and troubleshooting provided.

  • WednesdayJun 19th 10:00:amDutch Pour Workshop | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    A Dutch pour is an acrylic pouring technique that uses air to manipulate the paints on a canvas. Dutch pours are known for the ribbon-like edges and cell lacing that can be achieved using this technique. Join Brenda as she guides you through paint mixing, pouring and directing colors using a small hairdryer on a 16-inch round studio board.

  • 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • 7:00:pmLove the Glove Film Series Presents: Boys Don’t Cry (2 Showings 2PM & 7PM)

    The Love the Glove Film Series continues Pride Month with the powerful testament to the human spirit and psyche, Boys Don’t Cry, starring Hillary Swank and Chloë Sevigny!

    Based on actual events. Brandon Teena is the popular new guy in a tiny Nebraska town. He hangs out with the guys, drinking, cussing, and bumper surfing, and he charms the young women, who’ve never met a more sensitive and considerate young man. Life is good for Brandon, now that he’s one of the guys and dating hometown beauty Lana; however, he’s forgotten to mention one important detail. It’s not that he’s wanted in another town for GTA and other assorted crimes, but that Brandon Teena was actually born a woman named Teena Brandon. When his best friends make this discovery, Brandon’s life is ripped apart.

  • FridayJun 21st 10:00:amIndividual Pound Cake with Berries | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    For all you bakers out there, you will not want to miss making individual pound cakes to take home as well as sample at the end of class. After the measuring and mixing are finished and the mini loaf pound cake is baking, we will make a scrumptious berry medley to top with whipped cream.

  • SaturdayJun 22nd 10:00:amThe Toying Around Block Party- Main Street Johnstown

    The Toying Around Block Party 2024
    SATURDAY JUNE 22th 10:00am-6:00pm
    MAIN ST JOHNSTOWN
    Free Admission !
    No Alcohol Will Be Served To Anyone Under Age 21 (must show ID)
    Cosplay contest, winners $200 cash adults, $100
    cash kids & trophies.
    Over 120 #upsateny Vendors, Food Trucks, Ice Cream, Movie Replica Cars, Live Entertainment, Celebrity Guest, Wrestling Superstar, Inflatable Obstacle Course/Dry Slides & So Much More!
    Email toyingaroundjohnstownny@gmail.com
    to sign up now. 

  • 10:00:amKids’ Welcome to Summer Yoga | Courtney Wood, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join Courtney Wood to welcome summer with a kid yoga class! This session will consist of:

    -Summer themed yoga practice

    -A mindfulness story

    -A self-growth and/or coloring activity (age appropriate choices will be given)

    -A take home snack

    This class is open to children 3 and up.

  • 12:00:pm2nd Annual Bike Night at Slate A Rustic Tavern

    Mark it down! June 22 is our 2nd annual bike night! Rain or shine- featuring Catalyst! Raffles, prizes, hot dog/burger bar, beer bucket specials…and more!

  • 3:30:pmGlove City Pride at Castiglione Park
  • 7:00:pmPride Ball & Dance Party at The Glove Theatre

    The Glove Theatre’s Quarterly Dance Party Series continues with our yearly Pride Ball and Dance Party!

    Come show your pride and support the rich diversity and uniqueness of our community at this incredible event where The Glove Theatre transforms itself into Big City Night Club, featuring pop-up performances, live music, adult beverages, costume contests, and more.

    ALL are welcome!  $10 Entry 

    Pop-up performers TBA.

    21+ to drink with valid I.D.

  • WednesdayJun 26th 10:00:amTextured Abstraction w/Cut Glass (3-Part Class) | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Wednesday, June 26

    Friday, June 28

    Wednesday, July 3

    This stunning piece displays a harmonious fusion of texture, color and sparkling elements reminiscent of the natural wonder of geodes. We will mimic the rugged yet enchanting surfaces using paper and glue for depth, dimension and textural elements, applying layers of paint using dry brushing techniques and adding cut glass in natural hues of rose and smoky quartz, among other crystal choices.

  • 10:30:amZentangle Initials | Heather Mattioni, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join instructor, Heather Mattioni to create your own Zentangle Initial. All supplies will be provide as Heather guides you step-by-step.

  • 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • 7:00:pmLove the Glove Film Series Presents: The Prom (2 showings 2pm & 7pm)

    The Love the Glove Film Series closes Pride Month with the uplifting musical, The Prom!

    In desperate need of a noble cause to revive their public images and bounce back, self-centered Broadway thespians Dee Dee Allen and Barry Glickman, the narcissistic stars of “Eleanor: The Eleanor Roosevelt Story,” have come up with a foolproof plan to earn some positive publicity: the flamboyant celebrity activists and their fellow struggling actors, Angie Dickinson and Trent Oliver, head to the small town of Edgewater, Indiana, to help Emma, a bright-eyed high-school student who has recently come out, make her dream of taking her girlfriend to the prom come true in the face of intolerance. Can the bold quartet give Emma the prom she deserves?

  • ThursdayJun 27th 6:00:pmWatercolor Boats | Cheryl Bielli, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Introduced at a sip-n-paint at Lapland Lake Vacation Center and based on a photo of its beach, this watercolor uses simple shapes and invites improvisation and creative interpretation in the background and sky.

    Suitable for beginners; moderate difficulty.

  • FridayJun 28th 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • 12:30:pmLet’s Talk about Scams at the Gloversville Senior Center
  • SaturdayJun 29th 1:00:pmDavid Brooks Author Event at Mysteries on Main Street

    David Brooks will be discussing and signing copies of his title Where I Reside on Saturday June 29th from.1-3PM.

  • WednesdayJul 3rd 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • FridayJul 5th 7:30:pmSymphonic Sparks! A Fourth of July Concert and Fireworks at Sherman’s Park

    Tickets:
    $15 General Admission*

    *$1 of every ticket sold will support the Caroga Fire Department

    Free general admission for students 17 and under!
    **Caroga Arts offers FREE admission to concert goers 17 and under for all Caroga Arts presented concerts at Sherman’s.

  • SaturdayJul 6th 5:00:pmRed, White, Blues & Bluegrass Concert at Sherman’s Park Pavilion Stage

    Featuring The Mallett Brothers Band; Quinn Sullivan, Geoff Saunders & The Nashville Bluegrass Buddies.

    Tickets:
    $20 General Admission
    $40 Pavillion Seating

    Free general admission for students 17 and under!
    Caroga Arts offers FREE admission to concert goers 17 and under for all Caroga Arts presented concerts at Sherman’s.

    “FOUNDED IN 2009, THE MALLETT BROTHERS BAND HAVE HAD MULTIPLE LINEUP CHANGES AND STYLISTIC SHIFTS OVER THE YEARS, BUT THEY’VE REMAINED STEADFAST IN DELIVERING HEARTFELT SONGS WITH EMOTIONAL LYRICISM, VIVID IMAGERY, AND DYNAMIC MUSICAL TONES…
     NO DEPRESSION

    The Mallett Brothers Band is an independent rock and roll / Americana / country band from Maine. Their busy tour schedule since forming in 2009 has helped them to build a dedicated fanbase across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that’s influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds.

  • SundayJul 7th 12:00:pmAn Evening with Spiritual Medium Maura Geist at Slate A Rustic Tavern

    FYI- Maura Geist- Spiritual medium has rescheduled the event to Sunday July 7 at noon. To secure your spot, please message our page or call 518-604-4332. Tickets are $65/pp and include lunch. Bar not included. Payment must be made to secure your spot as there are limited seats.

  • WednesdayJul 10th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • FridayJul 12th 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park 11am-2pm & 4pm-8pm
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • SaturdayJul 13th 10:00:amStained Glass Workshop: Feathers, Leaves & More | Doug Hallberg, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join stained glass artisan Doug Hallberg for this 5-hour intensive mega-workshop on the craft of working with stained glass! Each student will learn about the process of this timeless art form and make two stained glass feathers to take home. This workshop is for students ages 16 and older of any experience level. A lunch break will be provided – you can bring your own lunch or plan to visit one of our local restaurants.

    Advanced students are welcome to make a 12″ clear glass window hanging with bevels.

    Instructor Doug Hallberg is a retired NYS public school art educator (1996-2012) with an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. In 2012, he was awarded a New York State Enterprise grant to open Carriage House Art Studio in Oneonta, NY (2012-2018) to provide a variety of community classes, including some geared toward artists with special needs. His areas of expertise include stained glass, ceramics, sculpture and drawing.

  • 6:00:pmSVAN Arts Presents: Bluz House Rockers

    Bluz House Rockers are six veteran musicians from upstate New York, five of whom sing lead and harmonies.  Although each member is honored by being inducted into the New York State Blues Hall of Fame, the band’s broad repertoire ranges from Sinatra to the Allman Brothers. 

  • WednesdayJul 17th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • 7:00:pmCarousel Music Box at Sherman’s Park Carousel

    An immersive experience with Caroga Arts & Utica Dance. Dance Collaboration curated by Nancy Long & Utica Dance.

    Tickets:
    $20 General Admission*

    *Seating is first come, first served. Some seats may be obstructed view.

    Free general admission for students 17 and under!
    Caroga Arts offers FREE admission to concert goers 17 and under for all Caroga Arts presented concerts at Sherman’s.

  • ThursdayJul 18th 5:00:pmSt. Joseph’s Summer Festival
    Annual summer festival,
    Thursday-Saturday 5-9pm. July 18,19,20.
    Fair food, games, vendors, prizes, raffle baskets, bake sale, italian pastries, beer/seltzer garden, live music on stage, bounce house, obstacle course, family fun and much more!!
  • FridayJul 19th 5:00:pmSt. Joseph’s Summer Festival
    Annual summer festival,
    Thursday-Saturday 5-9pm. July 18,19,20.
    Fair food, games, vendors, prizes, raffle baskets, bake sale, italian pastries, beer/seltzer garden, live music on stage, bounce house, obstacle course, family fun and much more!!

  • 7:00:pmAgape Blues Company in Concert at Dorn Space

    Friday, July 19 at 7 pm – AGAPE BLUES COMPANY in Concert.

    Admission is $10 (cash/door only).  

    Tickets may be reserved by emailing dornspace@gmail.com.  

    Doors open at 6:15 pm.

    TOM STAUDLE opens for the AGAPE BLUES COMPANY in Concert.

  • SaturdayJul 20th 9:00:amTotal Tech Solutions Golf Tournament Benefiting The American Cancer Society at Fox Run Golf Club
    Mark your calendars for Sat, July 20th for a fun day to support a great cause! ⛳️
    ⏰ 9AM Shotgun start, registration begins at 8AM
    💰$125 per player, $115 per player if you register before June 1st!
    4️⃣Foursome scramble format
    🌭Golf, Cart, Breakfast, Lunch, & Prizes included
    📍 Fox Run Golf Club: 129 Fox Run Drive Johnstown NY 12095
    🔗 sign up at totaltechsolutions.org/tournament or email mallory@totaltechsolutions.org
    Don’t play golf but want to help support the American Cancer Society⁉️
    ✅ Donate a raffle basket for the tournament
    ✅ Donate directly to the American Cancer Society here: https://secure.acsevents.org/site/STR?fr_id=108666…
    ✅ Email mallory@totaltechsolutions.org to volunteer at the event 
  • 5:00:pmSt. Joseph’s Summer Festival
    Annual summer festival,
    Thursday-Saturday 5-9pm. July 18,19,20.
    Fair food, games, vendors, prizes, raffle baskets, bake sale, italian pastries, beer/seltzer garden, live music on stage, bounce house, obstacle course, family fun and much more!!
  • 6:00:pmSVAN Arts presents: Sirsy at Northville Waterfront Park

    SIRSY is a rock and soul duo with lots of pop sensibility and just the right amount of sass. The Boston Globe sums it up, “Little band. Big Sound.” No more needs to be said. Although the only thing “little” about Sirsy is that there’s just two of them. The rest is bigger than a T-Rex. Close your eyes and listen to the power and heart in their music and you’ll swear there’s more than two people on stage. It’s crank up the volume, sing along at the top of your lungs music — even when the ballads kick in. Plus, “Their clever, smart songs have more hooks than a tacklebox.”

  • 7:00:pmStar Spangled Fireworks Celebration at Knox Field

    The Johnstown Area Community Center (JACC) is hosting the 2024 Star Spangled Fireworks Celebration at Johnstown’s Knox Field on Saturday July 20. Fireworks will be choreographed to music and will begin at 930pm. Come early and enjoy a summer evening at Knox field! As always this is a free event but are relying on donations to make this event possible. Vendors are welcome but MUST register with the city of Johnstown at the clerk’s office. Volunteers are also needed on the day of the event and the following morning. This is a community event and need support from the community to make it happen! If you are interested in making a donation or volunteering to help out, please message me for details. 

     
  • 7:00:pmChristopher Lasnick (Knights of Columbus Presentation) at Dorn Space

    Saturday, July 20 at 7 pm – CHRISTOPHER LASNICK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PRESENTATION/FILM.  

    Admission is FREE.  

    Doors open at 6:15 pm.

  • WednesdayJul 24th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • FridayJul 26th 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • SaturdayJul 27th 5:00:pmMidsummer Music Madness at Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    You don’t want to miss this show
    Put in on your calendar
    SATURDAY JULY 27TH
    doors open at 12 noon
    show starts 5 pm
    $10 at the door
    Uncle SAMM
    Savage Amusement
    Second Heat 

  • 6:00:pmSVAN Arts Presents: Grain Thief at Northville Waterfront Park

    Grain Thief has toured the North, South, East, and West of the U.S., playing stages large and small. They have graced the stages at the Greyfox Bluegrass Festival, Hempfest, Podunk Bluegrass Festival, Thomas Point Bluegrass Festival, Ossipee Valley Music Festival, UMS Music Festival, and Rockygrass, among others. Stardust Lodge reached #17 on the Folk DJ Radio Album Chart, #4 on the Roots Music Report Folk Album Chart, and #1 on the Roots Music Report Traditional Folk Album Chart.

  • WednesdayJul 31st 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • ThursdayAug 1st 12:00:amNYS Hall of Fame 12U Tournament at Parkhurst Field
    As pitchers and catchers report (on my birthday) it makes everything seem brighter, more optimistic. I await the new season with renewed affection for the game. Soon the youngsters will be practicing for little league.
    Working with Dave Karpinski of Parkhurst Field, directly across the street from the NYS New York State Baseball Hall of Fame, we will be hosting 4 tournaments this August , ages 10-12. If you have a team that you would like to enter, contact Dave or myself.
    Its similar to the COOPERSTOWN DREAMS PARK experience.
    Its all bout the kids. Lets make memories for them. Parkhurst Field is beautiful. Its like a Major League Park for Little Leaguers.
    Bringing baseball to youngsters, teaching them the love of the game is one of the best gifts you can give a child. Its an experience they will always treasure.
     
  • SaturdayAug 3rd 10:30:amMeet the Instruments at Kids Carousel Concert Caroga Lake
    🎶 Instrument Petting Zoo at Sherman’s Cove Park! 🎶
    🎻 What is the Instrument Petting Zoo?
    Have you ever wanted to try out a violin, guitar, or maybe a ukulele? Now’s your chance! The Instrument Petting Zoo is a traveling collection of musical instruments that we bring to different community events. We lay the instruments out on two or three long tables, and you’re invited to come by, pick them up, and give them a try. Whether you’re a curious beginner or an experienced musician, there’s something for everyone!
    🎸 Why Attend?
    – Hands-On Experience: Touch, play, and explore a variety of musical instruments.
    – Fun for All Ages: Perfect for kids and adults alike.
    – Interactive Learning: Our friendly staff will be there to guide you and answer your questions.
    Bring your family and friends and join us for a day of musical discovery and fun! We can’t wait to see you there! 🎶
    RSVP Now and share this event with your friends! Let’s make music together at Sherman’s Cove Park! 🎵 

     
  • SundayAug 4th 12:30:pmCommunity Fun Fest at Church of the Holy Spirit Gloversville
    We’re back!
    Join the Holy Trinity and Holy Spirit Catholic Parishes for our 3rd annual Community Fun Fest this August
    Food, pastries, games, music, and fun for the whole family!!
     
  • WednesdayAug 7th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • FridayAug 9th 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • 6:00:pmSarcoma Walk/Run in Memory of Garrett Hadcock at Johnstown High School

    We will meet again at Johnstown High School and walk the same route the ‘Johnson jog’.

  • SaturdayAug 10th 10:00:amStained Glass Workshop: Feathers, Leaves & More | Doug Hallberg, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join stained glass artisan Doug Hallberg for this 5-hour intensive mega-workshop on the craft of working with stained glass! Each student will learn about the process of this timeless art form and make two stained glass feathers to take home. This workshop is for students ages 16 and older of any experience level. A lunch break will be provided – you can bring your own lunch or plan to visit one of our local restaurants.

    Advanced students are welcome to make a 12″ clear glass window hanging with bevels.

    Instructor Doug Hallberg is a retired NYS public school art educator (1996-2012) with an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. In 2012, he was awarded a New York State Enterprise grant to open Carriage House Art Studio in Oneonta, NY (2012-2018) to provide a variety of community classes, including some geared toward artists with special needs. His areas of expertise include stained glass, ceramics, sculpture and drawing.

  • 12:00:pmThe Eddie 10 at the Concordia Club

    SAVE THE DATE! 

    The Eddie 10 at The Concordia Club on August 10th from Noon-10PM

    15 Bands    2 Stages    Souvenirs    Food      Raffles

     

  • SundayAug 11th 8:00:am6th Annual Caroga Arts Collective Charity Golf Tournament at Nick Stoner Municipal Golf Course

    The Caroga Arts Collective presents the 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on August 11, 2024.

    This year’s golf tournament promises to be a day full of great golf, fun, prizes, and more!

    Team/Player Registration

    Entry fee: $500 per Foursome / $125 per player

    If you register your Foursome and pay in full by July 15 you will automatically be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a special prize for four! – Final registrations due by July 22

    Player entry fee includes: Green fee, cart, mulligan, sleeve of golf balls, goody items, drinks and food on the course

    Foursome
    $500
     
     
    Individual Player
    $125

     

  • WednesdayAug 14th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • FridayAug 16th 6:30:pmHistoric Hotel Broadalbin Presents: Mystery at the Starlight Ballroom-A Post Prohibition Era Murder Mystery
    NEW MURDER MYSTERY SHOW AFTER THE SPEAKEASY
    The prohibition has been repealed and there’s one last lavish bash left for summer. An evening in a 1940’s Club at the Starlight Ballroom hosted by a local weekly radio station. The murder mystery features music and comedy. As you dine, you’ll uncover a web of mystery lurking behind the scenes. Secrets will be revealed and then a body falls. Come experience the best in fine dining and live music while your immerse yourself in a thrilling night of intrigue at the Starlight Ballroom
    August 16
    6:30pm
    Tickets must be booked together to guarantee seating at the same table.
    Chef Lee’s Menu Choices:
    Hunters Style Chicken
    Chicken breast, leeks and mushrooms simmered in veal stock, white wine, citrus and fresh herbs. Served over spatzle (petite dumplings).
    Beef and Broccoli
    Stir fried beef sirloin with broccoli, scallions, bok choy and red peppers in a mild soy-garlic sauce. Served over steamed basmati rice,
    Coconut Coated Pork Cutlets
    Pork loin encrusted with coconut and panko. Served with pineapple curry sauce, steamed vegetables and basmati rice.
    Sweet Corn and Black Bean Stuffed Peppers
    Roasted Bell peppers filled with grilled local corn, black beans and rice. Served with salsa verde, pico de gallo and sour cream
    Murder Cafe
  • WednesdayAug 21st 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • ThursdayAug 22nd 4:00:pm5th Annual Salute to Service Veteran’s Appreciation Dinner at SUNY FMCC
    Join us for the 5th Salute to Service Veterans Appreciation Dinner!!!
    – NEW LOCATION AND DATE –
    Thursday, August 22nd, 2024
    4pm – 7pm
    at SUNY Fulton Montgomery Community College
    4:00pm – 5:15pm – Vendors, Entertainment and Cocktail Hour
    5:30pm – Program Begins – Speakers and Presentation to Guest of Honor
    6:00pm – Dinner is Served (Desert available to go if desired!)
    Register:
  • FridayAug 23rd 11:00:amFood Truck Fridays at Castiglione Memorial Park 11am-2pm & 4pm-8pm
    We are excited for the upcoming Gloversville Food Truck Fridays! We have some returning vendors such as A&s Spice on Wheels Llc, Teddy’s Gyros, PARK SIDE HOT DOGS, Jammin Juice Bar. We welcome new vendors including Nibbles & Bites, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen and Catering, Lynn and Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Red Pop Lemonade. Below is the schedule so far and it includes the musicians who will be performing this summer. As we get menus from the vendors, they will be posted in the event dates and on this FB page. Looking forward to a great, and yummy summer!
    The schedule is:
    • The musician performing on May 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, and Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King and food truck vendors include Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs and Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on June 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Brian Delorenzo Bocheneck. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, A&S Spice on Wheels, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon,, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Kyle Rix. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on July 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, Teddy’s Gyros, Parkside Hot Dogs, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on July 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Michelle King. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Nibbles & Bites, Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is Tim Vee. Food truck vendors are Jammin’ Juice Bar, Parkside Hot Dogs, Teddy’s Gyros.
    • The musician performing on Aug. 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. is Johnny Gonzales. Food truck vendors are Lynn & Walt’s Walk Up Wagon, A&S Spice on Wheels, Teddy’s Gyros, Robb’s Topp Doggs Mobile Kitchen, Red Pop Lemonade.
  • SaturdayAug 24th 9:00:amHarmony of Art 2 on Main Street Johnstown
    Welcome to “Harmony of Art,” back for its second year and ready to be bigger and better than ever before! This event is designed to unite the artist community and welcome art enthusiasts from all walks of life. Join us for a journey through various art forms, creating connections and inspiration in a vibrant atmosphere.
    At the heart of “Harmony of Art” lies our mission to forge bonds among artists. Local painters, sculptors, photographers, musicians, creators, and performers will showcase their masterpieces, exchange ideas, and collaborate on innovative projects. Established artists will mentor emerging talents, fostering a supportive network for growth.
    Interactive art stations offer hands-on experiences for novices and seasoned art lovers alike, with workshops led by skilled artists empowering participants to explore new mediums. This year, we’re thrilled to announce that Sawyer Fredericks will be performing, adding a dynamic musical dimension to the event.
    In addition to the artistic offerings, our dedicated farmers market will showcase sustainable art and the passion of local growers, aligning with our commitment to environmental consciousness. Attendees will be invited to engage actively with thought-provoking art installations, creative challenges, and collaborative community projects.
    “Harmony of Art” is more than just an event; it’s a celebration of the human spirit and the boundless potential of creativity. Join us for this artistic adventure and help us paint the world with the colors of unity, imagination, and joy. Together, let’s create unforgettable memories and connections that will last long after the event is over. 

     
  • WednesdayAug 28th 5:00:pmWednesday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain
    SX is back for the 2024 season. We race EVERY Wednesday from June to August.
    The supercross series ends with an awards night where the riders with the most points earned in the series win many great awards! It is also rider appreciation night with $10 signups.
    Numerous gift certificates and other prizes are given away on awards night. The top four in series points will receive championship awards, hoodies, goggles, lubricants, and other miscellaneous items. To be eligible for championship awards you must participate in at least six (6) events during the series.
    Sign ups 5-7PM   Practice 6:30PM  Racing directly after
  • SaturdaySep 14th 9:00:amWings & Wheels for HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) at Fox Run Golf Club

    September 14, 2024 starting at 9AM

    Cars, Planes, Bikes and Truck show. All Day Music, Headlined by Big Sky Country, and various artists, Craft Vendors, Food and Beverage Vendors, Kids Zone. A helicopter golf ball drop and a long drive contest on the Runway at the Fulton County Airport. Proceeds to benefit PGA Reach and HOPE. We will have a separate Car show page in the near future. The link will be posted on our Facebook page.

  • 1:00:pm12th Annual Woofstock at Sherman’s Park
    SAVE THE DATE!!!
    Our 12th Annual Woofstock is back for its biggest and best year yet! ☮️ 💚 🐾 🎶
    Fulton County Regional SPCA in collaboration with Caroga Arts Collective, presents WOOFSTOCK – a dog-friendly music and arts festival to benefit Fulton County Regional SPCA! 🎶
    Join us at the historic former Sherman’s Amusement Park campus for a full day of music, art, and activities for the entire family (dogs too)! This incredible venue boasts 7.5 acres of open ground with stunning views of the lake and mountains! ☀️
    💜 6 hours of live music
    💚 Raffles/silent auction
    💜 Food trucks
    💚 Live art
    💜 Non-musical performers
    💚 Vendors
    💜 Dog-friendly fun
    💚 AND MORE!!
    MUSICAL LINEUP:
    🎙️ Sawyer Fredericks
    🎸 Sean Rowe
    🎹 Girl Blue
    💃 Alex Torres and his Latin Orchestra
    🎵 Insolent Willies
    🥁 CleenStreet
    OTHER ENTERTAINMENT:
    🦎 Via Aquarium Reptile Exhibit and Demonstration
    Stay tuned as more are confirmed!
  • 4:00:pmAct Your Age Band at Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    Rock into fall with Act Your Age and your favorite beer!

  • FridaySep 20th 5:30:pmLexington Gala Night Out

    Lexington’s Gala Night Out – “Back to the Ranch” will take place under the stars and in the big tent at the Nigra Arts Center in Mayfield. The Night Out is a celebration and fundraiser for Lexington, showcasing the achievements of the men and women supported by Lexington, it’s employees and the community that supports our efforts.  The event is a fun night of food, drink and entertainment, raffles, silent auctions and a performance by the band Flame.  The Night Out is open to all.

  • SaturdaySep 21st 7:00:pmKevin McKrell In Concert at Dorn Space

    Saturday, September 21 at 7 pm – KEVIN McKRELL in Concert.

     Admission is $10 (cash/door only).  

    Tickets may be reserved by emailing dornspace@gmail.com.

     Doors open at 6:15 pm

  • SaturdaySep 28th 4:00:pmBacon & Brew Fest Presented by Gloversville Recreation Commission
    Join us for Bacon & Brew Fest on Saturday, September 28th, from 4-9pm at the Gloversville Farmers Market Pavilion. 🥓 & 🍻!
    Enjoy live music, vendors, Bacon & Brews.
    Visit the Beer Garden for drinks from Stump City Brewing LLC, Mean Max Brew Works & Frog Alley Brewing.
    $5 admission to enter beer garden. Must be 21 or older to enter.
    Food Vendors with bacon selections!
    Live Music🎶:
    4:00-5:30 Craic Agus Ceol (CAC)
    5:45-7:15 Skitchin’
    7:30-9:00 Insolent Willies
     
    Lots of Craft & Product vendors will be setting up. 🙂
    Follow us for updates.
  • SaturdayOct 19th 6:30:amBus Trip To Salem, Massachusetts presented by Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join us on a trip to the heart of Salem, Massachusetts, in the middle of the Halloween season! This bus trip takes the worry of transportation and parking out of the equation so you can focus on enjoying everything the town has to offer in its favorite time of the year.

    Guests will travel in comfort on a Brown Coach bus with an on-board lavatory, wi-fi, power outlets and televisions. Buses are ADA accessible.

    Tickets are $60 for Nigra Arts Center members, $68 for Lexington employees or $75 for the general public. Please note that this fee is for transportation only – it does not include food along the way or any excursions at the destination.

    For questions, please call (518) 661-9932.

    Schedule:

    6:30 a.m. – Depart the parking lot of The Arc Lexington at 465 N. Perry Street, Johnstown.

    7:30 a.m. – Pickup at the Crossgates Mall Outer Lot

    Travel to Salem

    Comfort stop on the Mass Pike – 15 to 20 minutes

    Drop the group off at the Salem Visitors Center

    Travelers are on their own for the day!

    6:30 p.m. – Depart the Salem Visitors Center to return home

    Fast food dinner stop on the Mass Pike – 30 minutes

    10:45 p.m. – Estimated arrival time at 465 N. Perry Street, Johnstown