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  • FridayJul 19th 5:00:pm15 annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend/Northville Rotary

    15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend

    Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, 2024, Friday 5-8, Saturday from 9-4 and Sunday from 10-3

    Town Hall and Park, 412 So. Main St., Northville NY

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend celebrates 15 consecutive years

    NORTHVILLE – The 15th annual Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend is happening once again this summer Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, at Northville/Northampton’s Town Hall and Park, located at 412 South Main Street. The much anticipated event has gained a regular following throughout the years, proving to bring the best local, Adirondack and unique, quality artisans to this juried art show.

    Reflecting back with Rotary member and show Chair Sue Owens, she touched on the shows very first event.

    “We had 11 artists at The Inn at the Bridge,” said Owens. “With the popularity of the initial success, the show was growing and we secured our new location in the town park where have been ever since.”

    The show has grown today to over 70 participating artists. Of the 70 artists, 50 are repeat artists coming back year after year. Visitors can expect extraordinary, unique, original art pieces with something for anyone in a quaint park setting with additional artists inside the adjacent town hall.

    There will be live demonstrations, music, food, raffles and door prizes. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists and discover the many amenities of Northville’s historic, walkable Main Street filled with small businesses, local eateries and the grandeur of its surrounding lakes – all nestled in this southern Adirondack village.

    “The Northville Rotary’s insight was spot on, creating a multiple-day tourism event, well planned and executed spanning for 15 years,” said Fulton County Tourism Coordinator Carla Kolbe. “This event literally luring thousands to the village of Northville and Fulton County each year, with a proven success record brining countless visitors to the local merchants, restaurants, hotels and B&BS.”

    Each year, a featured artist is selected, but this year, in honor of the 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend, the Northville Rotary Club has chosen to honor two “pairs” of artists as the feature. Couple one is Al and Patty Caruso from Clifton Park, and couple two is George Olson, Jr. and his wife Theresa from Richmondville. There will be ample opportunity to meet the artists, as they will be displaying all weekend for the 15th time. 

    This is the Northville Rotary’s only fund raiser supported by the participating artists. Admission is free to the public. The Rotary’s contribution to the Northville is countless supporting the community through student scholarships, local organizations, food banks, a back-pack program, holiday gifts to kids, holiday food baskets for the elderly and much more all while supporting Rotary International in addition.

    The 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend hours are; Friday, July 19 – 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 20 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 – 10 a.m. to 3p.m. Further information is available at www.northvillerotary.com and www.44lakes.com.

     

    2024 Featured Artists Al and Patty Caruso   

    2024 Featured Artist Al Caruso at the Woodworking & Fine Art Weekend Show

    2024 Featured Artists George Olson, Jr. & Theresa Olson

    An example of George Olson, Jr.’s woodturning

     

  • 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 
  • 10:00:amKids’ Celebrating Independence Yoga | Courtney Wood, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

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

    -Independence Day-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.

  • 10:00:am2nd Annual Broadalbin Garden Tour
    Join us to view area gardens, talk with garden owners, learn history, gain new ideas for your own garden and have FUN! $25.00 per person, children under 12 are free. This is a rain or shine event. Proceeds benefit the Broadalbin Library.
     
  • 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!!
  • 5:00:pmCaroga Arts Collective Presents: A Midsummer’s Night Dream Gala

    Saturday, July 20th, 2024
    5:00pm
    Dance Hall, Sherman’s Park

    Featuring Cara Samantha & The Highline Band

    Please visit the Caroga Arts Gala page here for tickets and more details

  • 5:00:pm15 annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend/Northville Rotary

    15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend

    Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, 2024, Friday 5-8, Saturday from 9-4 and Sunday from 10-3

    Town Hall and Park, 412 So. Main St., Northville NY

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend celebrates 15 consecutive years

    NORTHVILLE – The 15th annual Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend is happening once again this summer Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, at Northville/Northampton’s Town Hall and Park, located at 412 South Main Street. The much anticipated event has gained a regular following throughout the years, proving to bring the best local, Adirondack and unique, quality artisans to this juried art show.

    Reflecting back with Rotary member and show Chair Sue Owens, she touched on the shows very first event.

    “We had 11 artists at The Inn at the Bridge,” said Owens. “With the popularity of the initial success, the show was growing and we secured our new location in the town park where have been ever since.”

    The show has grown today to over 70 participating artists. Of the 70 artists, 50 are repeat artists coming back year after year. Visitors can expect extraordinary, unique, original art pieces with something for anyone in a quaint park setting with additional artists inside the adjacent town hall.

    There will be live demonstrations, music, food, raffles and door prizes. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists and discover the many amenities of Northville’s historic, walkable Main Street filled with small businesses, local eateries and the grandeur of its surrounding lakes – all nestled in this southern Adirondack village.

    “The Northville Rotary’s insight was spot on, creating a multiple-day tourism event, well planned and executed spanning for 15 years,” said Fulton County Tourism Coordinator Carla Kolbe. “This event literally luring thousands to the village of Northville and Fulton County each year, with a proven success record brining countless visitors to the local merchants, restaurants, hotels and B&BS.”

    Each year, a featured artist is selected, but this year, in honor of the 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend, the Northville Rotary Club has chosen to honor two “pairs” of artists as the feature. Couple one is Al and Patty Caruso from Clifton Park, and couple two is George Olson, Jr. and his wife Theresa from Richmondville. There will be ample opportunity to meet the artists, as they will be displaying all weekend for the 15th time. 

    This is the Northville Rotary’s only fund raiser supported by the participating artists. Admission is free to the public. The Rotary’s contribution to the Northville is countless supporting the community through student scholarships, local organizations, food banks, a back-pack program, holiday gifts to kids, holiday food baskets for the elderly and much more all while supporting Rotary International in addition.

    The 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend hours are; Friday, July 19 – 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 20 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 – 10 a.m. to 3p.m. Further information is available at www.northvillerotary.com and www.44lakes.com.

     

    2024 Featured Artists Al and Patty Caruso   

    2024 Featured Artist Al Caruso at the Woodworking & Fine Art Weekend Show

    2024 Featured Artists George Olson, Jr. & Theresa Olson

    An example of George Olson, Jr.’s woodturning

     

  • 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.

  • 7:00:pmJET FEST 2024 – Life Jacket Costume Contest by East Coast Watercross

    JET FEST 2024 Lifejacket Costume Contest presented by East Coast Watercross, 7 pm July 20 at Pluchino’s Marina, 284 Houseman Street, Mayfield – Just before Northampton Beach Campground!

    WIN A JETSKI & TRAILER!

    Be creative! Various categories to win! Catwalk you best water-safety fashion all for a great cause! https://www.facebook.com/groups/adkjetskiclub 

    • GSL Safe Lake Initiative 
    • Adirondack Jet Ski Club
    • Pluchino’s Marina
    • Gordon’s Lakeside Marina
    • Hart’s Motorsports
    • Jetfest Watercraft Superstore
    • Liquid Moly
    • And MANY MORE….

  • 7:00:pmMid Summer Skate at High Rollers 1-4 pm or 7-10pm
  • 7:00:pmHead Over Heels A New Musical at Colonial Little Theatre

    “Head Over Heels” July 2024

    A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts. This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band the Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” and “Mad About You.”

    Head Over Heals tickets are on sale now.  https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/85237

    *Tickets are limited and will go fast.
    *No phone reservations accepted.
    *Adult content, NOT recommended for children.

    We hope to see you there! 🩷🌈✨

  • SundayJul 21st 10:00:amPaintball every Sunday at Lash’s Paintball

    Come play paintball every Sunday starting at 10am. Rentals are $40. (marker,air,walk-on,goggles and 500 paintballs) or $10. walk-on with your own marker (field paint only) hold a private party Mon – Sat ..call for reservations 518-762-2581  or email   lashspaintball@yahoo.com

  • 11:00:amSound Healing Meditation with Reiki at Blooming Lotus Yoga & Wellness

    Join Danielle and Nacole for a 75 – 90 minute Sound Healing Meditation with Reiki.
    Sound healing with Tibetan singing bowls is an ancient form of healing and meditation.The sounds and vibrations of the singing bowls cultivate a deep meditative state while stimulating stress relief on all levels, helping to improve circulation, release tensions or blockages, to open the energy flow, and eliminate the toxins from the body.
    Reiki is a beautiful healing modality that allows chakras to align and emotional/physical blockages held within the body to clear. The Reiki practitioner as a conduit for vital life force energy, this energy encourages the release of any pent up or stagnant energies. Clearing out the old and welcoming the new more aligned energies to flow with grace.
    The combination of these two beautiful practices along with Danielle and Nacole’s Loving intentions to create a Safe, Peaceful, and Healing Environment, will produce a very calming and meditative experience to align mind and body. Space is limited.
    To reserve you Spot call or message Nacole 518-774-4957.
    Self-investment is $30 

  • 2:00:pmHead Over Heels A New Musical at Colonial Little Theatre

    “Head Over Heels” July 2024

    A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts. This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band the Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” and “Mad About You.”

    Head Over Heals tickets are on sale now.  https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/85237

    *Tickets are limited and will go fast.
    *No phone reservations accepted.
    *Adult content, NOT recommended for children.

    We hope to see you there! 🩷🌈✨

  • 3:00:pmCLMF on Tour: Sacandaga Valley Arts Network
  • 5:00:pm15 annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend/Northville Rotary

    15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend

    Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, 2024, Friday 5-8, Saturday from 9-4 and Sunday from 10-3

    Town Hall and Park, 412 So. Main St., Northville NY

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend celebrates 15 consecutive years

    NORTHVILLE – The 15th annual Northville Rotary Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend is happening once again this summer Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, at Northville/Northampton’s Town Hall and Park, located at 412 South Main Street. The much anticipated event has gained a regular following throughout the years, proving to bring the best local, Adirondack and unique, quality artisans to this juried art show.

    Reflecting back with Rotary member and show Chair Sue Owens, she touched on the shows very first event.

    “We had 11 artists at The Inn at the Bridge,” said Owens. “With the popularity of the initial success, the show was growing and we secured our new location in the town park where have been ever since.”

    The show has grown today to over 70 participating artists. Of the 70 artists, 50 are repeat artists coming back year after year. Visitors can expect extraordinary, unique, original art pieces with something for anyone in a quaint park setting with additional artists inside the adjacent town hall.

    There will be live demonstrations, music, food, raffles and door prizes. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists and discover the many amenities of Northville’s historic, walkable Main Street filled with small businesses, local eateries and the grandeur of its surrounding lakes – all nestled in this southern Adirondack village.

    “The Northville Rotary’s insight was spot on, creating a multiple-day tourism event, well planned and executed spanning for 15 years,” said Fulton County Tourism Coordinator Carla Kolbe. “This event literally luring thousands to the village of Northville and Fulton County each year, with a proven success record brining countless visitors to the local merchants, restaurants, hotels and B&BS.”

    Each year, a featured artist is selected, but this year, in honor of the 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend, the Northville Rotary Club has chosen to honor two “pairs” of artists as the feature. Couple one is Al and Patty Caruso from Clifton Park, and couple two is George Olson, Jr. and his wife Theresa from Richmondville. There will be ample opportunity to meet the artists, as they will be displaying all weekend for the 15th time. 

    This is the Northville Rotary’s only fund raiser supported by the participating artists. Admission is free to the public. The Rotary’s contribution to the Northville is countless supporting the community through student scholarships, local organizations, food banks, a back-pack program, holiday gifts to kids, holiday food baskets for the elderly and much more all while supporting Rotary International in addition.

    The 15th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend hours are; Friday, July 19 – 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 20 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 – 10 a.m. to 3p.m. Further information is available at www.northvillerotary.com and www.44lakes.com.

     

    2024 Featured Artists Al and Patty Caruso   

    2024 Featured Artist Al Caruso at the Woodworking & Fine Art Weekend Show

    2024 Featured Artists George Olson, Jr. & Theresa Olson

    An example of George Olson, Jr.’s woodturning

     

  • 6:00:pmFull Moon Flow at Blooming Lotus Yoga & Wellness

    Join Tricia on Sunday July 21 at 6 PM for a Moon Salutations Flow honoring The Full Buck Moon.
    Full moons are all about reflection, intention and honoring where you are at and how far you have come. This 90 minute class will begin with a short discussion on the meaning of this months full moon and what it represents. Then Tricia will guide you through a moon salutation yoga flow. Moon salutations are a calming grounding practice that help to balance the full moons energy. Please bring a journal as there will be time at the end of class for quiet reflection, meditation and/or journaling.
    All levels welcomed and encouraged!
    Cost is $25 per person or $20 each if you come with a friend 

     
  • MondayJul 22nd 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • TuesdayJul 23rd 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • WednesdayJul 24th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 10:00:amBlood Drive at Family Counseling Center
    We will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, July 24th. Learn more about the importance of donations – and schedule your appointment here!
  • 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
  • 5:00:pmWednesday Twilight Market at The Pines

    🌅⭐️🌙 The Twilight Market at the Pines is an open-air market with plenty of fun for the whole family. The Market has all of your favorite farmers market features:
    (_🍅_) Fresh, locally grown New York produce
    (_🍪_) Locally produced foods
    (_🎨_) Handmade goods/products from some of the area’s most creative minds
    (_🪕_) Weekly Entertainment
    (_🖍_) Kids activities
    .
    Learn more: www.TwilightMarketADK.com

  • 7:00:pmThe Queen’s Cartoonists at Sherman’s Park

    The Queen’s Cartoonists

    Sherman’s Park W Caroga Lake Shore Road, Caroga Lake, NY, United States

    Music from cartoons and animation, Live and synchronized to the big screen!

  • ThursdayJul 25th 10:00:amJewelry Making Workshop at the Caroga Historical Association and Museum

    The workshop leader, Joann Clark, will teach participants how to make jumbo potholders/ trivets with patterns available using 100% cotton loops in a multitude of colors.  The workshop is limited to 10 individuals with a $15 registration fee.  To register, mail a check, payable to the Caroga Historical Museum, to Jean Griffin, 180 Everson Road, Johnstown, NY 12095.  Once registered, please bring your own lunch and an additional $25 to the workshop for materials payable to the workshop leader, Joann Clark.  For additional information on the workshops: call Jean at (518) 835-4022

     

  • 10:00:amHands on History for Kids: Rosie Revere the Engineer with MiSci at Fulton County Museum
    Join the Fulton County Historical Society on special Thursday mornings for Hands on History at the museum! Each week, we’ll focus on a different theme and use our exhibits and collections to explore these themes in local history. We’ll finish the morning with a craft activity. This program is geared toward ages 5-10.
    We’ll welcome miSci back to the museum in July for “Rosie Revere the Engineer.” Learn about the science of engineering through an engaging story and hands-on engineering project. Kids build their own take-home flying machine and get to test and improve its performance.
    This series is made possible through the support of the Fulton County Board of Supervisors and the Fulton County Historian’s Office. 

  • 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights -Every Thursday 6/27 – 8/29/24
  • 7:00:pmJohnstown’s 7th Annual Midsummer Concert Series at the Charles Jenner Bandshell
  • 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.
  • 5:00:pm4×4 Watermelon & Slices Workshop at 44 Lakes Customized Gift & Decor

    July 26 5p-7p and July 27 11am-1p

    4×4 Watermelon  and slices $15 per set

  • 7:00:pmBuddy Jewell Live, Solo and Unplugged at The Glove Theatre
    Award-Winning National Country Star and Winner of Nashville Star, Buddy Jewell, returns to The Glove Theatre to celebrate “Buddy Jewell Day” in a very special, one night only concert, featuring hits such as:
    “Pour Out the Rain”
    “Sweet Southern Comfort”
    “If She Were Any Other Woman”
    and more!
    With local openers, Three of a Kind!
    Sponsored by The Glove Theatre and Suzanne Brooks & Friends 
  • 7:00:pmCaroga Arts Collective Presents: American Journeys

    Friday, July 26th, 2024
    7:00pm
    Sherman’s Park, Dance Hall

    CLMF Resident Artists perform renowned works by American composers including Copland’s Appalachian Spring and a new work by Jessie Montgomery featuring internationally acclaimed cellist, Tommy Mesa, as soloist.

    Tickets:
    $20 General Admission

    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.

     
  • 7:00:pmHead Over Heels A New Musical at Colonial Little Theatre

    “Head Over Heels” July 2024

    A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts. This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band the Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” and “Mad About You.”

    Head Over Heals tickets are on sale now.  https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/85237

    *Tickets are limited and will go fast.
    *No phone reservations accepted.
    *Adult content, NOT recommended for children.

    We hope to see you there! 🩷🌈✨

  • SaturdayJul 27th 10:30:amBoat Parade for Mountain Valley Hospice at Great Sacandaga Lake
  • 11:00:am4×4 Watermelon & Slices Workshop at 44 Lakes Customized Gift & Decor

    July 26 5p-7p and July 27 11am-1p

    4×4 Watermelon  and slices $15 per set

  • 11:00:amChicken BBQ at Camper’s Corner Store Parking Lot

    Caroga Fish and Game Club’s Annual Chicken BBQ

    July 27th, 2024 (Same day as the townwide garage sale and car show) 11am-4pm

    Campers Corner Store Parking Lot- Caroga Lake, NY

    Food and Raffles

    $15

  • 12:00:pmFulton County Regional SPCA 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Fox Run Golf Club

    Fulton County Regional SPCA is thrilled to announce our First Annual Golf Tournament! Join us  for a fun day supporting a great cause! 

    $125 per Golfer

    Itinerary

    12 NOON: Registration and Lunch

    1:00 PM: Shotgun Start

    All Day: Refreshments on Course

    5:00 PM: Dinner

    5:30 PM: Program – Raffles – Prizes

    On The Course Contests

    Longest Drive

    Closest to the Pin

    Hole in One

    Putting Contest

    Skins Game

  • 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.

  • 7:00:pmHoeDown Night Country Line Dancing at Slate A Rustic Tavern
    C’mon out and dance with the County Liners!!!
    The Fun begins at 7:00pm until 9pm (or whenever or feet can’t take anymore!)
    • come early for dinner •
    OPEN Line Dancing & Lessons for all!
    Where:
    Slate – A Rustic Tavern
    2401 NY-10, Caroga Lake, NY
    — No Cover — 
  • 7:00:pmHead Over Heels A New Musical at Colonial Little Theatre

    “Head Over Heels” July 2024

    A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts. This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band the Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” and “Mad About You.”

    Head Over Heals tickets are on sale now.  https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/85237

    *Tickets are limited and will go fast.
    *No phone reservations accepted.
    *Adult content, NOT recommended for children.

    We hope to see you there! 🩷🌈✨

  • 8:30:pmMovies in the Park: “Elemental” a Disney/Pixar Film at Myers Park

    Join us for a FREE showing of Elemental. The movie will start as soon as it’s dark enough but be sure to show early to get your seats. Bring you blankets and chairs(bug spray is also a good idea). Concessions are available before and during the show.

  • SundayJul 28th 2:00:pmHead Over Heels A New Musical at Colonial Little Theatre

    “Head Over Heels” July 2024

    A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, HEAD OVER HEELS follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts. This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band the Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” and “Mad About You.”

    Head Over Heals tickets are on sale now.  https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/85237

    *Tickets are limited and will go fast.
    *No phone reservations accepted.
    *Adult content, NOT recommended for children.

    We hope to see you there! 🩷🌈✨

  • 6:00:pmConcert & Ice Cream Social at the Caroga Historical Association and Museum

    The Caroga Lake Music Festival returns to the museum for a concert and ice cream social. There will be a free will offering to support the music festival.  Sundaes will be available 15 minutes before and during the concert.  Attendees are asked to bring their own seating for the event.  Canopy tents will be set up in case of inclement weather.

  • MondayJul 29th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • TuesdayJul 30th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • WednesdayJul 31st 10:00:amPainting Butterflies | Brenda Dwyer, Instructor at Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts

    Join this Painting Butterflies class to learn to capture the beauty and magic of these delicate creatures through the medium of acrylic paint! Let your imagination take flight as you embark on this colorful journey of nature and art.

  • 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 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
  • 5:00:pmWednesday Twilight Market at The Pines

    🌅⭐️🌙 The Twilight Market at the Pines is an open-air market with plenty of fun for the whole family. The Market has all of your favorite farmers market features:
    (_🍅_) Fresh, locally grown New York produce
    (_🍪_) Locally produced foods
    (_🎨_) Handmade goods/products from some of the area’s most creative minds
    (_🪕_) Weekly Entertainment
    (_🖍_) Kids activities
    .
    Learn more: www.TwilightMarketADK.com

  • 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.
     
  • 10:00:amWorkshop – Colors & Alcohol Ink at the Caroga Historical Association and Museum

    The workshop leader, Julia Butler, will teach participants how to use alcohol colors to create unique effects and transparencies.  The materials are easy to use and no prior art experience is required.   Participants will be able to create beautiful designs while having fun.  The workshop is limited to 15 individuals with a $15 registration.  To register, mail a check, payable to the Caroga Historical Museum, to Jean Griffin, 180 Everson Road, Johnstown, NY 12095.  Once registered, please bring your own lunch and an additional $20 to the workshop for materials payable to the workshop leader, Julia Butler.  For additional information on the workshop: call Jean at (518) 835-4022

     

  • 10:00:amHands on History of Kids: The Circus is Coming to Town at the Fulton County Museum
    Join the Fulton County Historical Society on special Thursday mornings for Hands on History at the museum! Each week, we’ll focus on a different theme and use our exhibits and collections to explore these themes in local history. We’ll finish the morning with a craft activity. This program is geared toward ages 5-10.
    Can you imagine elephants parading down Main Street in Gloversville? That’s just what happened when the circus used to come to town! Explore what you might find at a circus in the 1900s and discover how circuses traveled all over the country and advertised their shows. Then design your own circus poster using inspiration from historic images and items from the museum’s collection!

    This series is made possible through the support of the Fulton County Board of Supervisors and the Fulton County Historian’s Office. 

  • 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights- Every Thursday 6/27-8/29/24 at Lucky E Rodeo Co
  • 7:00:pmGallery Opening Reception at the Caroga Historical Association and Museum

    A gallery opening reception is for the exhibit, “Paul Bransom: Encountering the Wild”. Bransom, a long-time summer resident of Canada Lake, was known as the Dean of American Animal Art. His work appeared on the covers of magazines like The Saturday Evening Post, The Country Gentleman, and Field & Stream and illustrated books like The Call of the Wild and The Wind in the Willows.  The exhibit has been curated by Allen Farber and Dick Loomis.  The exhibit will feature a selection of Bransom’s works from local collections while telling the story of his career and the connection to this area.  The reception is open to the public with no admission fee. 

    The exhibit runs from August 1st through September 1st. The Caroga Museum is open Thursday through Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm through September 1st.

  • 7:00:pmJohnstown’s 7th Annual Midsummer Concert Series at the Charles Jenner Bandshell
  • SaturdayAug 3rd 8:00:amKayak, Canoe and Paddleboard Poker Run on East and West Caroga Lakes
  • 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! 🎵 

     
  • 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: K & O Folk Show

    K&O Folk Show

    Sponsored by: The Local Food & Spirits

    “Keanen Stark and Orion Kribs are two of the finest young blues and bluegrass musicians in the Capital region, with a throwback sound, charming stage dynamics, and lightning fast licks.”

    •   
    • Northville Waterfront Park412 North Main stNorthville, NY 12134USA (map)
  • 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!!
     
  • 2:00:pmRevelation Open Mic at Dorn Space
  • MondayAug 5th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • TuesdayAug 6th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 6:30:pmContra/Barn Dance & Ice Cream Social at Caroga Museum
    August 6 :  6:30 pm – 7:30 pm  Contra/Barn Dance & Ice Cream Social
    • Anita Mason – caller
    • Music by Pat Mason
    • Wear comfortable shoes for dancing on the lawn
    • Bring your own seating
    • Rain date, August 8
  • WednesdayAug 7th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 10:00:amAlcohol Ink Artistry | Brenda Dwyer, instructor at Paul Nigra Center

    Wednesday, August 7
    10:00-11:30AM
    Studio 2
    Cost*: $35 pre-registration required

    Unlock the mesmerizing world of alcohol ink artistry in our immersive Alcohol Ink Class! This workshop invites you to explore the captivating medium of alcohol inks and unleash your creativity to create stunning, vibrant artworks.

  • 10:00:amMandala Painting on Canvas | Heather Mattioni, instructor at Paul Nigra Center

    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
  • ThursdayAug 8th 10:00:amBasket Weaving Workshop at the Caroga Historical Association and Museum

    The workshop leader, Colleen Mosenthin, will teach participants how to make either a small gathering basket (10″x 12″ x7″) or small basket with a beaded rim (8″ x 8″ x 8″).  The workshop is limited to 12 individuals with a $15 registration fee.  To register, mail a check, payable to the Caroga Historical Museum, to Jean Griffin, 180 Everson Road, Johnstown, NY 12095.  Please specify which basket you want to make when registering.  Once registered, please bring your own lunch and an additional $25 to the workshop for materials payable to the workshop leader, Colleen Mosenthin.   For additional information on the workshops: call Jean at (518) 835-4022 or visit the museum website, carogamuseum.org.

  • 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program at JHS Pool

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 4:00:pmChicken BBQ Fundraiser for The Johnstown Historical Society

    Chicken BBQ Fundraiser to benefit the Johnstown Historical Society with T & D BBQ!
    Dinners are $16 and include your chicken, salt potatoes, pineapple coleslaw, and Hawaiian roll!
    Tickets can be purchased in person through your favorite JHS member OR at Mysteries on Main Street & McLemon’s Boutique.
    You may purchase tickets online with a $1 convenience fee that off sets our fees SOON.
    Dinner pick up will take place in front of the Drumm House and Colonial Cemetery on West Green Street kitty corner from the Johnstown Historical Society Museum.
    Follow this event for updates and details you might need! 

  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights- Every Thursday 6/27-8/29/24 at Lucky E Rodeo Co
  • 5:00:pm“Cow Licking” in Oils (Two-Part Series) | Brenda Dwyer, instructor at Paul Nigra Center

    Thursdays, August 8 and 15
    5:30-7:30PM
    Studio 2
    Cost*: $60 pre-registration required

    Immerse yourself in the iconic world of Georgia O’Keeffe and her captivating piece “Cow Licking” from 1921. This oil painting class offers a unique opportunity to delve into the techniques, themes and aesthetics of one of the most renowned American artists of the 20th century.

  • 7:00:pmJohnstown’s 7th Annual Midsummer Concert Series at the Charles Jenner Bandshell
  • FridayAug 9th 10:00:amDutch Pour Painting | Brenda Dwyer, instructor at Paul Nigra Center

    Friday, August 9
    10:00-11:30AM
    Studio 2
    Cost*: $35 pre-registration required

    In this class, students will learn the fundamental principles of Dutch Pour art, including the proper preparation of acrylic paints, the use of pouring mediums and various pouring techniques. Whether you’re seeking a relaxing creative outlet or aiming to refine your skills, Dutch Pour Art offers an exciting opportunity to unleash your imagination and produce captivating works of abstract art.

  • 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.
  • 5:00:pmFriday Night Super Cross at Royal Mountain

    👏🏻We are hosting a Friday night Supercross event on August 9th. This is a points race that we are making up from July 10th.

    🔹Classes available for all ages + skill levels
    🔹STACYC classes (12eDrive+ 16eDrive)
    🔹Pitbike classes
    🔹Experts payed back 💯%

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  • 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 9:00:amClassic Car Show at Gloversville Senior Center
    Coming up soon……..
    CLASSIC CAR SHOW
    (Trucks & Motorcycles too)
    Saturday August 10th 9-2
    in conjunction with the
    Gloversville Railfest
    It’s going to be a lot of fun and if you’d like to enter please call the Senior Center at 518-725-0923 to register. There is a $10 registration fee.
    The Senior Center is the best place to have a car show because who better than seniors to know all about classic vehicles LOL
    We’ll have some gift baskets available to take a chance on. Plus we’ll have a hot dog truck there as well.
    Trophies and gift certificates will be awarded to winners and the classes are…… Mayor’s Choice, best presentation, best original appearance, favorite modern car or truck or motorcycle post 1960, seniors Choice by the center board members, specialty trophy and last but not least Best in show !
    The event will be held in our parking lot and surrounding area. So hopefully you have a vehicle to show and if not we sure hope you’ll just come walk around and take a look. It’s going to be a nice, fun day to enjoy 😉
  • 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.

  • 10:00:amKids’ Back to School Yoga | Courtney Wood, instructor at Paul Nigra Center

    Join Courtney Wood to celebrate going back to school and returning to our routines with a kid yoga class! This session will consist of:

    -Back to school-themed yoga practice

    -A mindfulness story

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

    -A take home snack

  • 11:00:amCornhole Tournament at Sir William Johnson

    SAY WHAT??? CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT AND PIG ROAST. Sir William Johnson Fire is sponsoring a Cornhole and Pig Roast on August 10th. Come out and enjoy the venue. Meal is provided to players with paid registration. Get signed up! Please contact Brandon @ 518-774-7378 or Nick @ 518-921-9479 for more information or to register! Prizes, games for the kiddos, did I mention Pig Roast? 

  • 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

     

  • 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: Big Fez & the Surfmatics at Northville Waterfront Park

    Big Fez & the Surfmatics

    Sponsored by: Music Hero Fulton County Center For Regional Growth

    Johnny Fez is an indirect descendant of Hawaiian legend Don Ho (his Aunt Heidi was Don Ho’s third wife). Johnny was born under a Chinese Fan Palm tree on the island of Taratupa and learned to play the ukelele listening to old 78 records that he would buy from merchant sailors. For many years Johnny toured with an all-girl ukelele orchestra before dedicating his life to surf music. Early in his career, he was one of the first guitarists to use a 12 string guitar in surf music. Johnny hooked up with the Fez boys at a beach party, and they played their first song together while sitting around the campfire. He is the creative force behind the Surfmatics’ international success. Johnny has been rockin’ in the summer sun with the Surfmatics ever since, singing about the surfing life.

  • 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

     

  • 10:00:amSummer’s Best Car Show/Vendors & Food Trucks
    Show will include 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophy for each category.
    Classic car: 2000-older
    New car: 2001-newer
    Classic truck 2000-older
    New truck 2001-newer
    entry fees:
    vehicle $10
    vendors $20
    car show vehicles, vendors and food trucks can start showing up at 9:00 a.m. to have time to set up and get parked.
    if you have a food truck or a vendor stand please contact Summer’s best page or call 518-448-8210.
    please be very cautious of scammers.

    our ice cream shop will be open and serving ice cream. unfortunately we will only be able to serve walk up during this event.
    The car show will be in the parking lot and part of Grand Street will be closed off during this event.
    parking Will be available on side streets.
    looking forward to seeing you all here! 

     
  • MondayAug 12th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • TuesdayAug 13th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • WednesdayAug 14th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 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 15th 10:00:amSummer Community Swim Program

    The Greater Johnstown School District will host a swim program this summer giving community members of all ages the opportunity to use the indoor Olympic size pool at the Johnstown High School (1 Sir Bills Circle, Johnstown, NY 12095) with lifeguard supervision.

    a young girl with dark hair swims in a poolBeginning Monday, July 8, the pool will be open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon, Mondays through Thursdays. The program runs through Thursday, August 15. No pre-registration is required and there is no fee to participate. Participants should park near the tennis courts and use the rear entrance by the bus circle.

    Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 or older. Toddlers must wear protective swimming diapers in the pool. Participants are allowed to bring personal swimming aides (devices intended to help you stay afloat and swim). Pool floats are prohibited. 

    “Our winter swim program was well attended by members of our community and the District is pleased to also offer free access to our beautiful pool during the height of summer,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Crankshaw said. 

    “Fulton County – the ‘Land of 44 Lakes’ – provides many opportunities for residents to enjoy the great outdoors on the water through swimming, kayaking, and boating on its beautiful lakes,” he added. “We hope that our summer program provides swimmers of all ages the opportunity to learn and gain more confidence in the water in a supervised setting, so that they can fully enjoy all our area has to offer.”

  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights- Every Thursday 6/27-8/29/24 at Lucky E Rodeo Co
  • 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
  • SaturdayAug 17th 9:00:am38th Annual Model Airplane Air Show at Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club

    The Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club will host their 38th Annual Air Show on August 17 and 18 at the clubs flying site located at 144 Knoblauch Road in the Town of Johnstown, (Behind Roger’s Family Orchard) to support their student aviation scholarship program while also promoting public awareness in their hobby.  This annual event is the club’s effort to give back to the community.  All proceeds from Saturday’s silent auction will benefit the club’s annual scholarship given to a graduation local high school student pursuing a career in aviation.  Follow the signs on N.Y. Route 29 west of Johnstown. The air show is open to the public from 9am to 3pm both days. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person with children under 12 admitted free.  Refreshments will be available. Bring your lawn chairs and cameras for a fun filled day for the entire family. For more information visit www.lazy8rcclubjohnstownny.com

  • 10:00:amSVAN Art Trails 2024

    Take the journey! Enjoy wonderfully diverse artists and see where they get their inspiration and how they create. Take this self-guided tour of studios and galleries around through the Sacandaga Valley. Includes artists in Fulton, Hamilton, and Saratoga counties. Sculptors, woodworkers, painters, weavers, photographers, and glass and multimedia artists.
    Brochures including a map and addresses will be available at the SVAN Galleries and other local businesses by the end of June.

  • 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: The Bluebillies at Northville Waterfront Park

    The Bluebillies

    Sponsored by: CDL Insurance

    The Bluebillies are a close harmony singing and songwriting band based on the style of the great honky-tonk and Bluegrass harmony bands of the past, like The Louvin Brothers, Buck Owens and Don Rich with The Buckaroos, etc.

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    • Northville Waterfront Park412 North Main StreetNorthville, NY, 12134United States (map)
  • SundayAug 18th 9:00:am38th Annual Model Airplane Air Show at Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club

    The Lazy Eight Radio Control Model Airplane Club will host their 38th Annual Air Show on August 17 and 18 at the clubs flying site located at 144 Knoblauch Road in the Town of Johnstown, (Behind Roger’s Family Orchard) to support their student aviation scholarship program while also promoting public awareness in their hobby.  This annual event is the club’s effort to give back to the community.  All proceeds from Saturday’s silent auction will benefit the club’s annual scholarship given to a graduation local high school student pursuing a career in aviation.  Follow the signs on N.Y. Route 29 west of Johnstown. The air show is open to the public from 9am to 3pm both days. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person with children under 12 admitted free.  Refreshments will be available. Bring your lawn chairs and cameras for a fun filled day for the entire family. For more information visit www.lazy8rcclubjohnstownny.com

  • 1:00:pmSunflower Festival at Perry’s Sunflower Maze

    Join us on August 18th for our Sunflower Festival.

    Follow us on Facebook for further updates!

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1780379265760209

  • 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:
  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights- Every Thursday 6/27-8/29/24 at Lucky E Rodeo Co
  • 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.
  • 7:00:pmSunflowers After Dark featuring Catalyst at Perry’s Sunflower Maze

    Walk through our awesome maze at sunset and then watch as we light it up for you to enjoy while listening to live music from Catalyst.
    We will have our Sunflower Bar open and there will be food available from Smoking Barrels BBQ.
    $10per person for live music and maze entry 

     
  • 7:00:pm90’s Trivia at The Glove Theatre
    JOIN US for a a fun-filled evening of TRIVA hosted by Mike Maricondi (The Glove Theatre) and Patti Noble (WENT Radio)! 🫶
    Teams of four will compete in five rounds of questions ALL ABOUT THE 90s 😍😍😍 with prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners! Door prizes, raffle baskets, and MORE!! 🎉
    Concessions & bar will be open 🍻
    Teams will be LIMITED, so pre-registration is required for this event! Register here! 👉 fcrspca.org/trivia 

  • SaturdayAug 24th 12:00:am3rd annual Wheelerville Trails Mountain Bike Festival

    Saturday, August 24 and Sunday, August 25, 2024

    Wheelerville Trails, Route 10, Caroga Lake, NY

    On August 24 and 25 this summer, the third annual Wheelerville Trails Mountain Bike Festival takes place anticipating once again visitors from all over the country. This event promises a wild weekend of two-wheeled fun in the southern Adirondacks. This year features the return of the Live Free and Fly Downhill Race, bike races, Jump Jam, kid’s events, wheelie competition, guided rides, skills clinics, great food and beverages, music and outdoor gear raffle. Both days will offer exhibitions, skills clinics, trail riding, food and music. Miles of expert, intermediate and newer novice trails can be experienced at Wheelerville Trails, with new additions, expansions in progress and slated for the future. Look for more info to come on the next Wheelerville Enduro race event – the first of its kind in the Adirondacks, where riders will compete on their favorite downhill trails at Wheelerville. www.wheelervilletrails.com, www.44lakes.com

  • 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. 

     
  • 12:00:pmCar Show at Great Sacandaga Brewing Company

    Save the Date. Our annual Car Show is August 25th. 2024.

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  • 5:30:pmWheelerville Trails Mountain Bike Festival After Party at Pine Lake Lodge
    Join us at the Pine Lake Lodge on August 24th for the Wheelerville Trails Mountain Bike Festival after-party! We are commemorating the third annual Wheelerville Trails Mountain Bike Festival, promising a thrilling weekend of biking fun in the southern Adirondacks.
    The celebration will take place at Pine Lake Lodge, 1050 State Hwy 10, Caroga Lake, NY. Party starts at 5:30pm!
    The entire community is welcome to partake in the festivities! Enjoy food trucks, live music, entertaining games, and heaps of excitement. It’s guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience.
    Stay tuned for updated information leading up to the party! 

     
  • 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: Matthew Boyce, Elvis at Northville Waterfront Park

    Matthew Boyce is Elvis

    Sponsored by: Northville Five & Ten

    Award winning tribute artist Matthew Boyce will dazzle audiences with his larger than life tributes to some of music’s biggest icons! His tributes of rock and roll’s greatest has decorated him with many titles including 2023 Tribute Artist of the Year in Branson, MO and New Show of the Year, “Elvis: Story of a King.”
    Born in raised in Saratoga Springs, NY, Matthew Boyce has been entertaining fans across the US and Canada since 2007. Starting before he was three years old in the living room, his love for Elvis began as soon as he could talk. Singing Elvis tunes around the house turned into talent shows, contests and eventually earning him over ten championship titles in the field over the course of his career thus far. He has since performed with numerous touring shows throughout his own company and others with many acclaimed shows under his belt. He also adds to his resume his many starring theatrical roles throughout New York and his stellar musicianship playing over 10 different instruments.

  • 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
  • ThursdayAug 29th 12:00:pmBlood Drive at Johnstown Public Library
    20% of the spots are already booked ~ Schedule your appointment today! https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results… Thank you for your continued kindness!
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  • 5:00:pmRodeo Nights- Every Thursday 6/27-8/29/24 at Lucky E Rodeo Co
  • SaturdayAug 31st 6:00:pmSVAN Presents: Durham County Poets at Northville Waterfront Park

    Durham County Poets

    Sponsored by: Music Hero, Cynthia Gifford, Howard Hannah Realty

    Durham County Poets  are a band in the truest sense of the word. They have been performing, recording and touring since 2011. It all started in a small café in Ormstown, Quebec, after which the band continued to percolate and spread onto the Canadian music scene, allowing them to tour across Canada and into the United States. Each member writes and arranges and brings something unique to the table. You’ll hear a variety of genres and a broad range of styles. Be it Blues, Soul, Folk, Gospel or Canadiana, it all weaves seamlessly together to create a truly authentic sound.

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    • Northville Waterfront Park412 North Main StreetNorthville, NY, 12134United States (map)
  • 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

  • ThursdaySep 26th 5:30:pmThe Family Counseling Center’s Fall Gala at Lanzi’s on the Lake
    We are excited to announce that our Fall Gala will be held on Thursday, September 26, 2024 at Lanzi’s on the Lake. Tickets (and sponsorships!) are now available. Learn more on our website at:
  • 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