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Submit items at least two weeks in advance to [email protected] CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: Meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at Saratoga Hospital. MALTA MEMORIES HISTORIC GROUP: The Malta Memories Historic Group is sponsoring a program on the history of Saratoga on Wednesday, February 28, at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 45 Washington Street, Saratoga Springs. To register, call John Rinko at 518-584-2221 or email Rinko Driving The cost is per adult and for children under 13. Open to the entire community, for more information or to RSVP, please call 518-584-2370 or [email protected] BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS: Diabetes Support Group, 11 a.m. Enjoy a generous portion of Haddock (baked or fried) with fries and coleslaw for only ( take-out). SALEM ART EXHIBIT: Takeyce Walter, a contemporary American painter (born in Jamaica), and art instructor living and working in upstate New York, has been chosen for a solo exhibition entitled “Catching the Light” at the Historic Salem Courthouse Comunity Center in Salem. The event is a fundraiser for classical and educational programming at SPAC. MARCH MADNESS GARAGE SALE: The Malta Ridge Fire Company Auxilairy is sponsoring a March Madness Garage Sale on Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. at the Malta Ridge Firehouse, Route 9 and Malta Avenue Extension. NYS 5-HOUR PRE-LICENSING CLASS: The next NYS 5-Hour Pre-Licensing class will be offered on Saturday, March 3, from 9 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, 45 Washington Street, Saratoga Springs. To register, call John Rinko at 518-584-2221 or email Rinko Driving Approximately 45 vendors will be attending the Saturday market from November to April. STUFFED CHICKEN DINNER: Waterford Knights of Columbus serves a stuffed chicken dinner from 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 10 at 75 Grace Street - Northside, Waterford. The registration form and sponsorship information are available at EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE: State University of New York Empire State College will hold a public information session about its associate and bachelor’s degree programs at our Saratoga location, 113 West Avenue, Saratoga Springs on Tuesday, March 13.

ACOUSTIC BLUES OPEN MIC: This month’s featured artists are The Parlor Dogs, a diverse repertoire of music, blues and country-bass and vocals from the Prohibition era of the 1920;s and 1930’s. at the Malta Ridge United Methodist Church, 729 Malta Avenue Extension (off Route 9). For more information, call 518-664-4646; fax 518-664-8641 or visit A portion from the class cost is donated to the First Baptist Church. PURIM UNDER THE SEA: “Purim under the sea” is Chabad of Saratoga Springs’ creative twist to this year’s community Purim celebration, which will be held at 130 Circular Street on Wednesday Feburaury 28 from 6 p.m. The event will feature arts and crafts, entertainement, Bowey the Magical Clown and ballon sculptures as well as a fishy purim dinner. Also available are clam chowder, macaroni and cheese, and dessert. The exhibit will be on display in the center’s Great Hall from February 23 - April 4. SARATOGA HOME & LIFESTYLE SHOW: The Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show features a variety of home and lifestyle businesses in categories such as home improvement, landscaping, décor and fine finishes, heating and plumbing, pools, financial and professional services, and much more. at Saratoga Springs City Center, 522 Broadway Saratoga Springs. A portion from the class cost is donated to the First Baptist Church. TALK SARATOGA: Listen To ‘Talk Saratoga’ on Saturday, March 3, from 8 a.m. on 91.1FM -WSPN Radio as host Rick Thompson & Lynn Goodness welcome past Commissioner of Public Safety Chris Mathiesen. include a brief tour of a current Tang Museum exhibition followed by a hands-on art activity suitable for children ages 5 and up with adult companions. COMMUNITY PURIM CARNIVAL: Purim, a holiday celebrating a biblical story about overcoming racism and oppression, is often called the Jewish Mardi Gras. NYS MILITARY MUSEUM: The New York State Military Museum will host programs that commemorate the nation’s centennial of combat operations in World War I and the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, along with topics of local interest this winter and spring.

A limited quantity of FPA 2018 topic books are available at the library’s information desk at a reduced cost of . FOUR TUESDAYS IN LENT: Old Saratoga Reformed Church, 48 Pearl Street, Schuylerville, will host “4 Tuesdays In Lent” from February 20 - March 13, focusing on the life and work of Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa. MECHANICVILLE DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY: Storytime with Miss Chrissie, a.m. If approved by the students home district, the program is free to high school students in the WSWHE BOCES region. CLIFTON PARK SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER: Wednesday activities include Exercise to Tape, Senior Investment Group, Social Bridge, Carmen’s Crafts, Memories to Memoirs, Living with a Loss, Hand & Foot card game, Dice 6-5-4, crochet and knitting, poker, osteo exercise. HOME BUYING PROCESS: Join an informational session providing key steps to the home buying process on Wednesday, March 7, from 6 p.m. at the Liberty Mutual Insurance office, 28 Corporate Drive, Clifton Park. 7 p.m., Cambridge Central School auditorium, 24 South Park St., Cambridge. MECHANICVILLE DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY: Sign Language Club meets the first Wednesday of each month at p.m. Aspiring entrepreneurs and small businesses can learn how to build a Wordpress Website, access resources through their library, and meet other business-people during the Mechanicville Library’s Libraries Mean Business workshop from p.m. If approved by the students home district, the program is free to high school students in the WSWHE BOCES region. Additional information is available on the Clean Tech ECHS website at https:// or by contacting 518-884-7150 ext. LIBRARIES MEAN BUSINESS: Aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners can learn how to build a Wordpress Website, access resources through their library, and meet other businesspeople during the Schuylerville Public Library’s Libraries Mean Business workshop on March 8 from p.m. Sarah Mc Fadden from Cornell Cooperative Extension will walk participants through setting up a Word Press-powered Web site and provide essential tips for designing, updating, and protecting online content. For more information about this program, or to register, call the Schuylerville Public Library at 518-695-6641. BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS: Friday activities: p.m. Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Road, Ballston Spa. CLIFTON PARK SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER: Friday activities include Orchestra on the Common, Woodcarving, Tap Advanced, Ballet, Dominoes, Center Big Band, Diabetes Support Group, Bingo, Lunch & a Movie, Beading Buddies, Scrabble, Osteo exercise. DIVISION STREET ELEMENTARY STEM LABS: As part of the schools strategic plan to bring more hands-on STEM activities to K-5 students, SDivision Street Elementary’S STEM Lab Days are designed to enhance a students’ understanding of complex concepts using age appropriate interactive and hands-on labs that connect with the curriculum in grades K-5. FISH FRY FRIDAY: The Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club’s Fish Fry Fridays continue every Friday in February from p.m. You are welcome to eat in at our club house, or call 518-695-3917 for Take Out. The Fish Fry will include the Fish Fry, cole slaw, and a choice of Mac & Cheese or French Fries.

Bring your own lunch; beverages, cookies and fruit will be provided. A New Visions Engineering presentation will be held on March 6 at 6 p.m. Admission is free, and delicious refreshments will be available for purchase. New Visions Health Careers Exp Ioration sessions will be held on March 7 at 6 p.m. OLDE SARATOGA SENIORS: The next meeting of the Olde Saratoga Seniors on Wednesday, March 7 at noon at the Town Hall, Spring Street, Schuylerville, will be an Italian luncheon catered by some of the seniors, with dessert included. POETRY READING: On Wednesday, March 7, Caffè Lena will present a poetry reading by Jessica Cuello, author of the 2017 CNY Book Award winner “Pricking.” The host for the event will be Carol Graser and the cost is . LIVE AT THE JAZZ BAR: Annie and the Hedonists interpret the songs of the great female blues artists of the ‘20s, 30s & 40s, led by Annie Rosen (vocals), Jonny Rosen (guitar/vocals), Peter Davis (clarinet/tenor guitar/piano/vocals) and Don Young (upright bass/vocals). On March 9, there will be a STEM Lab for 3rd graders, “The Blubber Experiment.” To learn more about STEM Lab Days or Division Street Elementary School, please contact Dr. FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY: The Ballston Spa Elks Lodge will be Hosting Friday Night Fish Fry from February 16 through March 23, from 5 p.m. There will also be a menu of some other items as well.

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This free program is sponsored nationally by the Foreign Policy Association and organized by The Friends of the Schenectady County Library. Applications are being accepted for the 2018-19 school year. Movie Makers, p.m.: come by after school to work on creating You Tube movies. For more information and registration, visit https://capitalwomensaratoga. Call extension 227 before noon the day before to make reservations for lunch. IRISH CEILI: The Hubbard Hall Irish Dancers are a family school of Irish Dance, dedicated to keeping cultural traditions alive, and sharing and passing on a sense of creativity, fun, movement, and community through music and dance. Patrick’s Day with a traditional Irish “ceili.” where dances are taught and anyone can participate or watch. Applications are being accepted for the 2018-19 school year. The event is free but registration is strongly encouraged. BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS: Thursday activities: a.m. Please register for this event at https://goo.gl/zdm MYs. This workshop is free of charge, but registration is required. Call extension 227 before noon the day before to make reservations for lunch. Menu: Fish Fry, Chicken Fry, Clam Fry, Popcorn Shrimp Fry, Chowder, ask about extras and beverages.

Guests will be invited to share their own traditional or personal stories related to the theme or to simply come to listen. Dominican Retreat and Conference Center, 1945 Troy-Schenectady Road, Schenectady. LENTEN LUNCH SERIES: The Village churches of Ballston Spa (Alliance, Baptist, Episcopal, Methodist & Presbyterian) will hold an ecumenical Lenten lunch series entitled “What Jesus Did for Us on the Cross” on Wednesdays during Lent (February 28 – March 28) from noon - p.m. LINE DANCE FUNDRAISER CLASS: The Wilton Fire Department hosts a fundraiser beginner/intermediate line dancing class with instructor Suzie Archambault every Wednesday at p.m. Bernard Ouimet, President of La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY and a native of Quebec, will speak about Lower Canada against the British. at Saratoga-Wilton Elks Lodge, 1 Elks Lane, Saratoga Springs. For more information please call 518-885-1149 or check out the Elks’ Facebook page. For more information visit [email protected] call 518-225-1310. For reservations and information, call 518-580-8080. CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE: The Quaker Springs Firemen and Auxiliary are hosting their annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner at their firehouse on Sunday, March 11 from noon to 3 p.m. Tickets , Groups of 8 or more pay per ticket. Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Road, Ballston Spa. CLIFTON PARK SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER: Swing Band Concert with guest vocalist Phil Barrett, town supervisor, 1 p.m. Monday activities include chess, checkers and backgammon; tap intermediate; jazz dance; chair yoga; discussion group, clogging; quilting; osteo exercise. This activity will feature many process art projects. Discover Saratoga’s Annual Meeting & Breakfast will run from 8 to 10 am and is open to the public. A limited quantity of FPA 2018 topic books are available at the library’s information desk at a reduced cost of . FOUR TUESDAYS IN LENT: Old Saratoga Reformed Church, 48 Pearl Street, Schuylerville, will host “4 Tuesdays In Lent” from February 20 - March 13, focusing on the life and work of Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa. MECHANICVILLE DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY: Storytime with Miss Chrissie, a.m.

On February 28, there will be a STEM Lab for kindergarteners, “Exploring the States of Matter Using Temperature.” To learn more about STEM Lab Days or Division Street Elementary School, please contact Dr. As the father of three faith traditions, Abraham’s gift for hospitality has influenced the cultures and traditions we share today. All are welcome each week to share in a free meal and hear a brief reflection led by the village clergy. For more information call 518-584-3338 weekdays 9 a.m. LOWER CANADA REBELLION: La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY, will give a presentation on “The Rebellion of 1837-1838 in Lower Canada” on Wednesday, February 28. FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY: The Ballston Spa Elks Lodge will be Hosting Friday Night Fish Fry from February 16 through March 23, from 5 p.m. There will also be a menu of some other items as well. Tickets are available at Cooper’s Cave Ale Company, Glens Falls and on line at Free and open to the public; reservations strongly suggested. CORNED BEEF DINNER: The Saratoga Masonic Lodge at 687 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs will host their annual corned beef dinner on March 11 from 3 p.m. 2 p.m., The Fenimore Gallery at Proctors, 432 State Street, Schenectady. Call extension 227 before noon the day before to make reservations for lunch. Explore a myriad of process art methods and experience a variety of materials. BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS: Tuesday activities: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Quilting; p.m., Wifi Bowling; 1 p.m., Mahjong, Board Games & Cards; p.m. Highlights from 2017 and new initiatives for 2018 will also be presented. This free program is sponsored nationally by the Foreign Policy Association and organized by The Friends of the Schenectady County Library.

Register online at to Calendar of Events to register), in person, or by calling 518-371-8622. Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Road, Ballston Spa. CLIFTON PARK SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER: Friday activities include Orchestra on the Common, Woodcarving, Tap Advanced, Ballet, Dominoes, Center Big Band, Diabetes Support Group, Bingo, Lunch & a Movie, Beading Buddies, Scrabble, Osteo exercise. Come out to the K of C’s Fish Fry on Fridays during Lent (except for March 16) and help support these dedicated men who give back to the community so unselfishly. The Ball will feature live music from Funk Evolution, creative cocktails, serene surroundings, virtual reality demos to explore diverse ocean reefs and sea-life, a photo booth by Heather Bohm-Tallman Photography, tarot card readings by Mary Shimp, raffles for luxury goods and unique experiences, and delectable fare by Mazzone Hospitality. Please contact Joan or Ray Draus at 518-842-6400 with any questions. BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS: Monday activities: a.m. The event provides attendees with the opportunity to network with fellow members and community leaders over a buffet breakfast. FOREIGN POLICY ASSOCIATION: The Schenectady Great Decisions Discussions Group 2018 (org) discusses current topics on U.

An optional vegetarian pot luck dinner will begin with prayer at p.m. Come and learn about the reasons for the rebellion, the taking of arms, the outcome, and the legal repercussions. 7 p.m., Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, Clifton Park. Call extension 227 before noon the day before to make reservations for lunch. LENTEN FISH FRY: The Knights of Columbus supports local Catholic Schools, provides meals to veterans’ homes every week throughout the year, and cooks for Code Blue weekly during the cold months. JOURNEY UNDER THE SEA: The Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s Junior Committee invites guests for a “Journey Under the Sea” as the Hall of Springs is transformed into an elegant underwater paradise for its 8th Annual Winter Ball on Saturday, March 3, starting at 7 p.m. NELLIS TAVERN ANTIQUE SHOW: The Palatine Settlement Society will hold its 13th Annual Antique Show inside the Great Hall at the Arkell Museum on Saturday, March 3, from 10 a.m. All proceeds will go directly to the restoration and continued preservation of the historic 1747 Nellis Tavern. The Arkell Museum is located at 2 Erie Boulevard, Canajoharie. Takeout can be arranged by calling 518-237-9330 between 2 p.m. The cost is for adults, for ages 6-12 and children under 5 are free. For more information email [email protected], call 518-383-4620 or visit Story Circle At Anime Club with Asian snacks, for ages 12-18, p.m. Tickets are per person, or 0 for a table of 8. Bring your own lunch; beverages, cookies and fruit will be provided.

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For more information, call the Academy at 518-587-2100 ext. to late evening to the Academy for Lifelong Learning. Call to make a reservation at 518-587-5577 or stop in. Reiki practitioners of all levels and lineages and people with no Reiki experience are welcome. SARATOGA RETIRED TEACHERS: Saratoga Retired Teachers will meet on Monday, March 5, at noon at Longfellows Restaurant, 500 Union Avenue (Rte. Prospective members can call 518-587-5356 for membership information and luncheon reservations. Explore a myriad of process art methods and experience a variety of materials. E.) Community Studios, with locations in downtown Schenectady and Saratoga Springs, celebrates its first anniversary with a family-friendly, community-minded event from 1 p.m. on March 10 at Rob Alley at Proctors, 432 State Street, Schenectady.

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