SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: Village of St. Johnsville at the Marina. Every Monday starting July 8th. Each concert will be from 6:30-8:30pm. FREE to the public with local groups selling refreshments at our concession stand. Hope to see you there! In case of rain a tent will be set up. The schedule is: July 8th-Linda Lee & the Fox Creek Band. July 15th- Jennie & the Buck Shot 5. July 22nd- The Swamp Drivers, July 29th-The Elvis Show by Don Brown. August 5th- The Spike Brown Band and August 12th-Stone Soup. Saratoga Arts made this program possible with a Community Arts Grant funded by The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Also sponsored by the Village & Town of St. Johnsville.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8: Outer space yoga for kids; bend, stretch and breathe through a fun space-themed yoga class; 6:30-7:30pm at the Sidney Library.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13: Kopernik Portable Planetarium, at the Sidney Library, gaze up and learn about the night sky; 6-7:30pm at the Sidney Library.
TUESDAY, JULY 16: Sidney Library's 'Space Rocks!' family art program, 6:30-7:30. Get creative painting out of this wold galaxy stones.
THURSDAY, JULY 25: Astronaut Training Camp at the Sidney Library, see if you have what it takes to train like an astronaut, 6:30-7:30pm.
TUESDAY, JULY 30: Moreland the Magician at the Sidney Library, 6:30-7:30pm.
FRIDAY, JULY 5: Sidney Library features the Bubble Man Bubble Circus shows at 3pm and 4:30pm. Each child who registers for the summer reading program gets a free book and puts in a bubble!
THURSDAY, JULY 11: Sidney Library's 'blast off with reading' presents a high energy show for families tracing history of flight and rockets using wild & wacky science demonstrations, 6:30-7:30pm.
POSSESSING HARRIET, written by Kyle Bass, directed by Leslie Noble, July 12-29, Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Saturday matinee at 3 PM, Sunday at 5 PM. 1839. Harriet Powell, an enslaved woman, escapes from a hotel in Syracuse, finding temporary shelter with abolitionist Gerrit Smith and his young cousin, Elizabeth Cady. The encounter between the two women is one that will change their lives irrevocably. Show times are Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday at 3:00pm and Sunday at 5:00pm, July 12th through 28th. Admission is free, suggested donation is $20 per person. Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended. To reserve and for more information, visit www.franklinstagecompany.org or call 607-829-3700.
WINDFALL DUTCH BARN Summer 2019. Saturday, June 22nd-2pm-Frederic Chrislip Concert- Admission $10. Mr. Chrislip is a Tenor who accompanies himself on the Renaissance Lute, performing songs from the 1500's & early 1600's. Last year he performed a solo concert with the Boson Early Music Festival, & several dozen other solo recitals in the local area. The Barn is on Cty. Rt. 31, 5 miles north of East Springfield which is located on St. Rt. 20, or 9 miles south of Fort Plain off Rt. 163 on Clinton Rd., or 9 miles from Canajoharie on Clinton Rd. GPS co-ordinates-2009 Clinton Rd. Fort Plain, NY 13339. Contact us at 518-993-2239 or email@example.com or visit our website www.windfalldutchbarn.com
THURSDAY, JUNE 27 Share the Bounty's free community dinner chicken & biscuits, 4:30-6:30pm Sidney United Methodist Church, 12 Liberty Street. Craft time for children.
FREE mammograms and Pap tests on mobile screening coach, Oneonta Neahwa Park, Wed 7/10, 1-7pm, 1-888-345-0225
MT. UPTON COMMUNITY Days. 8th annual, July 27th, 10am-3pm. Held at the Mt. Upton Park. Pony rides, community wide garage sales, Chinese auction, food, vendors/craft fair, carnival games, corn hole tournament, face painting, Rylee Lum Band, 11am-2pm. Come join the fun!
HORSETALE CREATED AND performed by Hit the Lights! Theater Company. July 5th at 7:30pm; July 6th at 7:30pm; July 7th at 5:00pm. Inspired by tall tales, Looney Tunes, live music, and soundscape of the American frontier. Hit the Lights! Theater Company presents an original shadow play, which combines original rock 'n roll music, shadow puppetry, overhead projection and film stills in a sly epic as wild and beautiful as the West itself. Show times are July 5th through 7th, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 5:00pm. Admission is free, suggested donation is $20 per person. Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended. To reserve and for more information, visit www.franklinstagecompany.org or call 607-829-3700.
BROOKFIELD BROOKFIELD: Town Wide Yard Sales June 21, 22, & 23 9am-5pm. Rain or Shine. Weekend lunch specials at General Store. Friday-Fish Fry Sandwich w/ fries $5 and Fri/Sat-Marinated Chicken Sub w/chips & pickle $5.
JOIN US FOR another exciting vacation bible school. Learn, play and grow. June 24-28, 6pm-8:15pm. Family picnic on the 28th. First Christian Church of Otego on the Otsdawa.
THURSDAY JUNE 27: Congressman Antonio Delgado's delegates host mobile office hours for constituents, at the Sidney Library, 11am-1pm.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26: Trivia night for adults, at the Sidney Library, 6-7pm.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 19: Teen Night, 6-7:30pm at the Sidney Library. Register at the desk or online.
MONDAY, JUNE 24: Free Tech help at the Sidney Library, from 4-6pm. Help with your smartphone, tablet or computer.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29: Meet the artist, Ty Steinbacher at the Sidney Library from noon-3:30pm.
TRI-COUNTY OLD TIME Power Association. 42nd Annual Antique Gas Engine & Tractor Show! Free admission. July 6th & 7th- in conjunction with "Canal Days". See history in action! 10am-4pm. Old gas engines, feed grinders, antique tractors, water pumps, horse-drawn wagon rides, crafters, music, food and Stewarts Ice Cream. At historic "Schoharie Crossing" 129 Schoharie St., Fort Hunter, NY. 4-miles west of Amsterdam on Route 5S, 5-miles east of Fultonville on Route 5S. Free admission call Don Bernaski at 518-843-2709
EARLVILLE EARLVILLE: THREE family and closed craft business sale. Friday, June 21st and Saturday, June 22nd, 8am - 4pm, 699 County Rte. 14, Smyrna Rd. Microwave bowl mats, pot holders, aprons, baby bibs and burps, adult bibs, crochet towel, fabric and lace, beads, household items, some furniture, wall paper steamer, 316 John Deere mower, John Deere snow blower and much, much more.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20: Masonville Food Bank, 11am-1pm, at the Masonville Church. Questions, 607-244-3488; 607-265-3224 or 607-265-9265.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18: Masonville Food Bank, 11am-1pm, at the Masonville Church. Questions, 607-244-3488; 607-265-3224 or 607-265-9265.
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