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Bulletin Board Maple in April Festival Hadley Looking For Vendors Offering Crafts, Art, Antique dealers, LocalProduce, Meats & Cheese, Wines, Non-Profit Organizations &Businesses Advertising their Services. Saturday & Sunday, April27 & 28, 2013, 9 am - 4 pm.Register for a 10ʼx10ʼ space $25 for one day, $40 for two daysplus $5 tent security. Well-Advertised & Visible Event – Car,Truck, & Cycle Shows, French Toast Breakfast, Music, KidsʼActivities, Food, Bounce Houses, Bicycle & Train rides, HobbyTrain displays, and Pet Parade. Vendor application:www.HadleyBusinessAssociation. nethttp://www.hadleybusinessassociation.net/

Art, Wine, Hors d’oeuvres, and Violin music by Tim Wechgelaer at Library Art Reception The Stony Creek Free Library is inviting you to come view art,enjoy wine, treats, and the violin music of Tim Wechgelaer at theStony Creek Library Art show held Thursday, February 21, from7 to 9pm.Approximately 20 local artists will exhibit their fine art and originallydesigned crafts.On display will be works in diverse mediums including piecesin charcoal, acrylic, oil, watercolor, photography, and hand madepaper. Also on display will be a hand designed quilt, an eleganthand crafted book, colorful bird carvings, a hand carved bowl,and embellished felt work.In connection with the show, two of the artists displaying theirwork are later scheduled to conduct workshops to teach theircrafts. Held in March, the first workshop will be “Introduction toBook binding” where participants will make their own handmadebooks. In the second class, offered in April, each participant willcreate a small-scale embellished felt work. Both programsoffered by the Stony Creek Library will be held at a Stony Creekvenue and are made possible through a grant from LARAC.Space is limited. For more information call 518-696-5911.The Stony Creek Free Library is located at 37 Harrisburg Rd.,Stony Creek, NY 12878. Library hours are Monday andWednesday 5 to 9pm, Tuesday and Thursday 1 to 5:30pm, andSaturday 9 to 12.

Matters of the Heart-Prevention & Reversal of Heart Disease Tuesday, February 19, 6:30-8:30pmHeart disease or

Cardiovascular disease, is the Nation’s leadingkiller for both men and women among all racial and ethnicgroups. Almost 1 million Americans die of Heart disease eachyear, which adds up to 42% of all deaths. Why? Because ofsedentary lifestyle habits, poor food choices, etc. Heart diseaseaccounts for over one million deaths each year. Heart Diseasecosts the nation $274 billion each year, including health expendituresand lost productivity. Most heart disease can be prevented.Learn practical inexpensive strategies to improve your hearthealth. Food samples-Video lecture by a lifestyle medical doctor-Coronary risk assessmentBrighter Day Lifestyle Center, 4th floor @The Colvin Building,206 Glen Street, Suite 41, Glens Falls, NY 12801,To pre-register call: 518-798-9898 <tel:518686-4524> .A community service supported by your donations.

FREE CONCERT RESCHEDULED Michael Jerling’s rescheduled performance will be held onFriday, February 22 from 7-9 p.m. at the Town Hall in StonyCreek. Jerling is a singer/songwriter who holds the distinction ofhaving been among the winners of the prestigious “New Folk”competition at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas. He displayshis first-rate lyrical sense and impressive musicianship - borrowingfrom blues, rock, country and R&B. His baritone voice isaccompanied by the upright bass, played by Tony Markellis andthe ancient reed organ, played by Teresina Huxtable. This concertis sponsored by the Stony Creek Free Library and is thesecond of four scheduled concerts in a winter concert series.Refreshments will be available.The Stony Creek Free Library is a community-oriented organization,dedicated to building healthy minds and spirits by providingopportunities for community members to enjoy their livesand one another. The library is open to men, women, children ofall ages, and to people of all ages, incomes, abilities, races, andreligions.

Ferguson Named Senior VP, Corporate Secretary CAPITAL REGION – Saratoga National Bank and Trust Company has announced the promotion of Corporate Banking Manager Richard J. Ferguson to Senior Vice President and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Ferguson joined Saratoga National Bank in 2009 as Vice President and Corporate Banking Manager af-


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Bulletin Board ter more than twenty years of banking and business lending experience throughout Saratoga County. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Siena College and an MBA from the University of Hartford. He is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking and the Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma. Active in the community, Mr. Ferguson is President of the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council of Saratoga County, Chair of the City of Saratoga Springs Community Development Citizen Advisory Committee, a member of the Saratoga Entrepreneurial Fund board, and a member of the Leadership Saratoga Alumni Association board. He received the Company’s Community Service Volunteer of the Year award in 2011. Mr. Ferguson resides in Malta with his wife, Mary. (P)

Taylor’s Heroes SARATOGA – The non-profit association Taylor’s Heroes, is currently looking for applicants ages 12-18 who are interested in getting fit. If selected, applicants join a 3-month free program that includes an overall fitness class, the ability to try 2 new sports/ activities of their choosing, and the chance to learn valuable nutrition information from experts in the community. The next session begins the week of March 4. For more information, go to taylorsheroes.org or call 894-1658. (P)

Upcoming Events at Stillwater Free Library STILLWATER – Thursday, February 14: PJ Story Time 6:30pm; Bring your children to the library for a story and a craft while you enjoy some free time. Every Wednesday eReader Q&A Drop-in 4-8pm; Have questions about your eReader? Stop in and let us help! Monday, February 18, 1-4pm: Teen Writer’s SLAM! Speed writing, joint story creation, funny captions, and more! 7th grade and up. (P)

Donate to Simpson UMC’s Annual Flea Market ROCK CITY FALLS – Got your spring cleaning done yet? Start putting aside your unneeded and usable housewares, tools, toys, crafts, puzzles, and antiques, etc., (sorry, no clothing, electronics, computers or TVs) to donate to Simpson United Methodist Church,

1089 Rock City Road, Rock City Falls, for when we host our annual Flea Market and Bake Sale on Saturday, April 6, from 8am-3pm. We’ll accept donations on Wednesdays starting February 20 and more frequently in mid March (details to follow). Volunteers welcome (no church affiliation necessary). Any questions call Laura Miller at 885-5286 or Welna Stephenson at 885-9316. (P)

Library Activities for School Vacation Week WATERFORD – During the upcoming school vacation week from February 19-22, the Waterford Public Library will be offering the following programs. Tues., February 19: Tang Museum Program, for ages 5 and up. Wed., February 20: Movie Day, call for details. Thurs.: February 21: Board Game Day. Fri., February 22: Day at the “Beach”. All programs begin at 3pm. Please visit the library webpage http://waterfordlibrary.net for more details. (P)

DanceFlurry Saratoga Contradance SARATOGA SPRINGS – Contras, squares, and couples dances 8-11pm (lesson for beginners at 7:30pm), Saturday, February 23. Caller Peter Stix with music by George Wilson, Maura McNamara Neagu, and Peter Davis. All group dances taught, newcomers welcome. No need to bring your own partner. Wear sneakers or other soft-soled shoes only, please. Adults: $10, Students & Seniors: $7; Children under age 15: $6. First Baptist Church, 45 Washington Street, Saratoga Springs. Information: (518) 899-0105 or www.danceflurry.org. (P)

“Purim in Africa” CLIFTON PARK – Clifton Park Chabad’s annual Purim celebration, this year “Purim in Africa” will be enjoyed by many men, woman and children from throughout Southern Saratoga County. The celebration will be held at 4pm on February 24 at the Shenendehowa Adult Community Center, 6 Clifton Common Ct. Purim was celebrated in 127 countries as the Megillah states Achashverosh ruled from Hodu to Cush India to Ethiopia . Every year Clifton Park Chabad celebrates Purim with a different country and theme. The evening will begin with the traditional reading of the Megilla scroll of Esther, which depicts the story of Purim. Simultane-


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Bulletin Board ously participants will view a multi-media slide show illustrating the historical events of Purim. A highlight of the party will be the Let’s Drum Program. Please bring percussion instruments. Joining in a drum circle shows how different rhythms join together, a theme of purim how all Jews from many different countries and backgrounds joined together in Jewish unity. \ Couvert: Adults $10, Children (4-12) $5, Sponsor: $100. To RSVP, email info@cliftonparkchabad.com or call 495-0772. (P)

February Networking Breakfast BALLSTON SPA – The Ballston Spa Business & Professional Association is sponsoring a Networking Breakfast on Tuesday, February 19 from 7:30-8:30am at Edward Jones Investments, 20 Prospect Street, Suite 101, Ballston Spa. Cost is $5 with advance reservation or $10 that morning. Business and community members are welcome; you do not need to be a BSBPA member to attend this event. Membership information will be available. The BSBPA sponsors networking breakfasts every month throughout the year at different locations in Ballston Spa. For more information or to RSVP, contact Ellen at 885-2772 or info@ballston. org. The Ballston Spa Business and Professional Association, established 30 years ago, is a non-profit organization committed to making the Village of Ballston Spa a better place to live, work and visit. To learn more, visit at www.ballston.org. (P)

Celebrate Engineer’s Week at the Library MALTA – Celebrate Engineer’s Week at the Round Lake Library’s Malta Branch with our Robotics Program for Teens! Meet students from Union College’s Engineering Honor Society who will be helping us make balloon cars, sticky lights and squishy circuits. Thursday, February 21 at 3:30pm; this program is for teens ages 12 to 18. Registration is not required. This program is sponsored in part by a grant from Global Foundries/Town of Malta Community Foundation. For questions about this program, call the library at 6822495. (P)

After The Fire Elects New Officers SARATOGA COUNTY – After The Fire recently held its Installation Banquet at the Saratoga Holiday Inn. Officers installed were Cindy Aloisi, President; Kathy

Hedgeman, Vice President; Chris Casertino, Treasurer; Joanne Joseph, Recording Secretary. Out-going President Karen Stenel, whose dedication to After The Fire has been tireless & faithful, performed the installation ceremony. President Aloisi’s first duty was to present Kathy Hedgeman & Karen Stenzel with 15year membership pins, both members having joined the group in 1997. After The Fire is a non-profit organization that helps residents of Saratoga County who have suffered a loss due to fire. Anyone interested in becoming a member, or wanting more information, may leave a message at 435-4571. (P)

Adult Female Mentors Needed SARATOGA REGION – Recently Retired And Looking for Meaningful Volunteer Work? I Am I Can, a mentoring program for girls in grades 9-12, is seeking adult female mentors to work with new students to the program. As a mentor you would spend time with and get to know your student on a one-to-one basis, while developing a relationship that provides support and guidance. If you are recently retired woman looking for some meaningful volunteer work, this may be for you. The organization is currently looking for mentors in the Clifton Park to Glens Falls areas. Immediate needs are to support girls in Hudson Falls, South Glens Fall, Glens Falls and Ballston Spa school districts. If you have time on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and would like to have a positive impact on a girl in your community, please contact Board Member and Founder, Avon Scherff at 688-3010 x102, or email to Avon@ scherffinsurance.com. (P)

Lenten Services and Programs at Grace Church WATERFORD – Lenten Services and Programs at Grace Church: On Ash Wednesday, February 13, Morning Prayer will begin at 8am and Ash Wednesday Eucharist Services with distribution of ashes will start at noon and 7pm at Grace Church, 34 Broad St. Stations of the Cross will begin 6:30pm on Fridays and will be followed by quiet Taize prayer afterward from February 15 through March 22. Evening Prayer will begin at 6pm on Wednesdays, February 20 through March 27. A Lenten Quiet Day of Prayer and Reflection will be held from 10am-2pm on Saturday, March 16. The Rev. Kathy Alonge-Coons will celebrate Palm Sunday services at 7:30am and 9:30am on March 24. Rick Hack-


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Bulletin Board er will perform as organist. During Holy Week Monday, March 25 through Good Friday, March 29 Morning Prayer will begin at 8am. A Maundy Thursday Liturgy of the Holy Eucharist and covered dish supper will begin at 6pm on March 28. Good Friday services will be held at noon and 7pm on March 29. Walking the Way of the Cross through the village of Waterford will follow the noon service. An Easter Vigil Service will begin at 7pm on Saturday, March 30. Easter Holy Eucharist will begin at 7:30am and 9:30am Sunday, March 31. For information, call the Episcopal parish at 237-7370, or visit www.gracewaterford.org. (P)

Genealogy and Local History SCHUYLERVILLE – Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, February 16, at 1pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, 12 Spring St., Schuylerville. Christine Dixon, Executive Director of Wiawaka Holiday House on Lake George, will be the speaker. She will cover the history of Wiawaka from its creation in 1903 and give a view of that time period, a glimpse of what life was like for immigrant girls making their way in a new country, as well as the philanthropists involved in helping them. Public is welcome. For information call 587-2978. (P)

Defensive Driving Class MALTA – The Malta Community Center at 1 Bayberry Drive in Malta is offering a Saturday class on March 2 from 9am-3pm. State law requires all insurance companies to provide a 10% reduction for three years and up to a 4-point reduction on your NYS driving record. No tests! DMV approved. For registration please call 899-4411. (P)

Wednesday Crafters Resumes ROCK CITY FALLS – The Wednesday Crafters at Simpson UMC, 1089 Rock City Road, Rock City Falls (.4 mi south of Rt. 29), follows the Ballston Spa School District schedule for vacations and school closing days. All crafters and hobbyists are invited to bring their latest project and drop in any time between 10am and 3pm on Wednesdays. No ability level, attendance, or church affiliation required. Bring a bag lunch or partake our light refreshments. Stay an hour or the day, whatever works for your schedule. Any questions, please contact Laura at 885-5286 or lauraviolet@ny-

cap.rr.com. (P)

Having Trouble Controlling the Way You Eat? SARATOGA SPRINGS – Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat? You are not alone. Today, there is a solution. Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA). No Dues, No Fees, No Weigh-ins! Weekly meeting at Saratoga Springs, Monday, 7pm, at United Methodist Church-Adkins Room, 175 Fifth Avenue (Exit 14 Northway), corner Henning Road. Local contacts: John 605-3090 and Helena 584-8190. www.foodaddicts.org (P)

2013 Spartan Youth Football Sign-Ups BURNT HILLS – Come and join us for an informational meeting and sign your child up for the next generation of Burnt Hills Spartan Youth Football. Date: February 27; Time: 7pm; Location: High School blue room. Highlights of the new program: All kids can play despite size and weight, brand new safety equipment, coaches provided with clinics, practice plans, plays, drills and fundamentals from the varsity program. 3-4th grade teams, 5-6th grade teams, 7th grade teams. $75 early registration fee at first sign up. Late start date in August so you can enjoy some family time and also for those kids who play baseball can now play football. For the community, by the community bhspartanyouthfootball@gmail.com (P)

Vegetable Garden Seed Kits WARREN COUNTY – Go Healthy! With the new 2013 Vegetable Garden Seed Kits from Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County. Back by even more popular demand for healthier eating, Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County is bringing back its Vegetable Garden Seed Kit Fundraiser for the 2013 planting season. It’s not too early to start preparing for spring and summer planting. Right now, Cornell Cooperative Extension is offering a limited supply of two Vegetable Garden Seed Kits, the ‘Healthy Salad’ Garden Kit, and the ‘Cabbage Patch n’ More’ Garden Kit. Each kit includes six seed packs; full indoor, outdoor and container planting instructions for each vegetable; the new, 2013 Cornell Cooperative Extension ‘Vegetable Varieties for Home Gardens’; and a


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Bulletin Board set of vegetable row markers. The cost per kit is only $7. Also available at a reduced price are some Vegetable Garden Seed Kits from last season. At a price of only $2 for a kit of five seed packs plus complete planting instructions for each vegetable, these will sell quickly. To order call 518-623-3291 or email: warren@ cornell.edu Office hours are Mon.-Thurs., 8:30am4:30pm. (P)

Valentine’s Night Out SCHUYLERVILLE – American Legion Post #278 presents “Valentine’s Night Out” on Friday, February 15, 8pm to ?? DJ/Karaoke with Ray Ray! American Legion Post #278 is located at 6 Clancy Street in Schuylerville. (P)

Summer Camp Registration Dates HALFMOON – Registration Dates for this year’s summer camp are Saturdays, April 6, 13 & 20 from 9am-12pm and Tuesdays, April 9 and 16 from 6-8pm. Program dates are June 24 through August 2. Programs are available for Halfmoon youths, ages 3 –15 (limitations apply, please see brochure). You must be a resident of the Town of Halfmoon & provide immunization records to register. For more information, please see our website at www.townofhalfmoon.org or contact the Recreation Department at 371-7410 x2700. (P)

Heart To Heart Women’s Breakfast SARATOGA – Heart To Heart Women’s Breakfast on Sat., February 23, 9am, at Saratoga Abundant Life Church. Guest speaker will be our own Peggy Watson, wife of 25 years, mother of four incredible children, and talented worship leader here at Saratoga Abundant Life Church. Peggy will share her story, a beautiful story, of the Lord working in her life. As she has walked with God, He has kept her on His path and has made her stronger in the face of struggles with loss, depression, and cancer. Come join us and be inspired to Take Courage in your own relationship with God. There is no charge for breakfast and visitors are very welcome! Join us and bring your friends. Please RSVP by phone or email: (518) 885-5456; Abundant. Life@Verizon.net Saratoga Abundant Life Church is located at the corner of Hutchins Road and Route 50 South. (P)

Library Has Gone to the Birds

WATERFORD – The Waterford Library has gone to the birds! Stop by the Library during the month of February and see our display case of hand-carved birds from a local artist. The collection belongs to Mary Harney who met the artist several years ago and loves his birds crafted out of scrap wood. While at the Library, take advantage of our $2 a Bag Book Sale in the front hall or priced items inside. Waterford Library is located at 117 Third St. in the old D&H Freight Station. For additional information, call 237-0891. (P)

Church Service Moves to New Time CLIFTON PARK – Clifton Park Center Baptist Church’s Saturday night worship service, Concentric, will begin meeting at a new time. Beginning in February, Concentric will begin at 5pm on Saturday nights. Clifton Park Center Baptist Church is located at 713 Clifton Park Center Road in Clifton Park. Call 518-371-6023 for more information. (P)

Calling All Bakers CLIFTON PARK – The Friends of the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library Need Your Help! Our amazing Friends of the CPH Library Hospitality Team is responding to an ever-increasing number of requests, and doing it with panache - but we need more bakers! If you enjoy baking cookies, brownies, cakes or other delicious treats, or wish to help serve refreshments at our Library events, please send an e-mail to Corinne Acker and add your name to our list of volunteers, corinne.acker@verizon.net (P)

Cohoes-Waterford Elks Fish Fry COHOES – Cohoes-Waterford Elks Fish Fry dinners beginning Ash Wednesday and every Friday in Lent through Good Friday, 11am-7pm. Fish Fry: $5; Manhattan and New England Chowders: $2.50; New Dinner Items this year-- Seafood dinner includes: 4 Scallops, 4 Shrimps and 4 Haddock: $12; Shrimp Platter 8: $9; Baked or fried Haddock: $7; Macaroni and Cheese: $5. All dinners include coleslaw, roll and choice of French Fries or macaroni and cheese. Call 235-3222 for more information. (P)

All-You-Can-Eat Monthly Breakfast GANSEVOORT – The Gansevoort Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting its monthly all-you-can-eat


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Bulletin Board Country Breakfast on Sunday, February 17 from 8am11am at the Gansevoort Firehouse, 1870 Route 32N, Gansevoort. Donations-- Adults: $7, Seniors 60+: $6.50, Kids ages 4-12: $5, under 4 yrs.: Free. (P)

Corned Beef and Cabbage/Ham Dinner COHOES – Holy Trinity Parish Center, located at 1 St. Marie Lane in Cohoes will host a Corned Beef and Cabbage/Ham Dinner on Sat., March 2, with servings at 5pm and 6pm. Reservations required by February 27. Adults: $10; Seniors: $9; Children (6-12): $6. Family rate available. Take-out available with reservations. For more information, call 237-2373 or visit online at www.holytrinitycohoes.org (P)

Preschool Movies Program CLIFTON PARK – Children between the ages of 3 and 6 who are accompanied by an adult are invited to attend the Preschool Movies program at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library on Tuesday, February 19 at 10:15am. The drop-in session provides a casual environment for children and parents to view ageappropriate films together. No registration is required, and siblings are welcome. For more information, please call the Library at 371-8622. (P)

Make a Snowflake CLIFTON PARK – Children in grades K-5, accompanied by an adult, are invited to the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library on Tuesday, February 19 at 2 pm to the program Make a Snowflake. Join the Junior Friends of the Library to craft their own snowflake or two during this stop-in program. If you have any questions, please contact the Library at 371-8622. (P)

Beads Galore! CLIFTON PARK – Children in grades K-5 are invited to the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library on Wednesday, February 20 at 11am to the program Beads Galore! Make people, animals or jewelry. Use your own design to make a unique item for yourself or for a gift. Program presented by the Scotia-Glenville Children’s Traveling Museum. This is a drop-in program, no registration required. If you have any questions, please contact the Library at 371-8622. (P)

SCRABBLE® Night CLIFTON PARK – Come out for an evening of wordbuilding fun playing Scrabble® with your friends and neighbors on Thursday, February 21 from 6:30-8:30pm at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. Anyone (ages 17+) is welcome to come. Registration is requested for this program and can be made online, inperson or by phoning the Library at 371-8622. Please contact the Library at 371-8622 with any questions about this process. (P)

Wagging their Tails for Tales: Therapy Dog Program CLIFTON PARK – Reading to Therapy Dogs will be held Sunday, February 24 from 2-4pm at the Clifton Park Halfmoon Public Library, upstairs in the Children’s Library. Children can read to the therapy dogs for 15-minutes, in a comfortable, non-judgmental environment. Children build confidence from the experience and are encouraged to continue with their reading at home. Limited appointments are available, call the Youth Services Department at 371-8622. (P)

4-H Drives it Home with Coat Drive WARREN COUNTY – Warren County 4-H Youth recently participated in a coat drive to benefit the people affected by Super Storm Sandy. The goal was to collect 100 coats but with an overwhelming response to the cause over 220 coats were obtained. Coat collection boxes were set up in two locations; the Cornell Cooperative Extension office in Warrensburg and at Crandall Library in Glens Falls. All of the coats were taken to Focus on Humanity in Saratoga Springs who collected coat donations and transported them to downstate. 4-H would like to thank everyone who donated! For more information about Warren County 4-H, please contact Martina Noone at 668-4881 or mey23@cornll.edu. (P)

Marriage Seminar: DVD Series MECHANICVILLE – Highway Tabernacle Assembly of God located at 235 Hudson Avenue in Mechanicville, presents Marriage Seminar: DVD Series. Pastor Ed Young will present the program at 7pm on six Wednesday evenings beginning February 20. For additional information, please call (518) 664-4442. (P)


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Bulletin Board Breakfast Buffet Save the Date for “Hearts for the Arts” Fundraiser HADLEY – Even though Valentine’s Day will have come and gone, keep your hearts open for the Adirondack Folk School’s 4th annual “Hearts for the Arts” Dinner and Silent Auction on Thursday, March 21. The event will be held at Mollie’s Mason Jar Restaurant on Park Avenue in Hadley. A social hour with cash bar will kick off at 5pm with a four-course dinner and silent auction to follow at 6pm. Music will be provided by Jukebox Jim. AFS inspires hands, heart and mind to preserve the Adirondack arts, crafts, and culture through a variety of classes offered each year. Reserve your seat for this fun event and help us uphold the rich heritage for which this area is known. Tickets are $28 for members and $33 for non-members. To make your reservation and menu choice, please call the school at (518) 696-2400. If you are unable to attend the dinner but would still like to contribute, send your donation to: Adirondack Folk School, PO Box 2, Lake Luzerne, NY 12846, and write “Hearts for the Arts” on your check. Visit the Adirondack Folk School on Facebook, www.adirondackfolkschool.org, or call the school for more information at (518) 696-2400. (P)

Tail Waggin’ Tutor BALLSTON SPA – Do you have a student who struggles with reading? Come to the Ballston Spa Public Library on Sat., February 16 from 10-11am to read with Tail Waggin’ Tutor, Pearl. This free program is available to students ages 6-10. Pearl is a yellow lab and is certified through Therapy Dogs International. She and her owner, Christine Norton are excited to work with your student! Participants will sign up for a 15-minute slot and read either their favorite book or one supplied by the Library. Spots are limited so stop in or call 885-5022 to sign up today! Ballston Spa Public Library is located at 21 Milton Ave. (P)

Family Film Night BALLSTON SPA – Bring the family down to Ballston Spa Public Library on Fri., February 15 at 6pm for the film “Hotel Transylvania”. Event is free and open to the public. The movie is rated PG and runs for 91 min. For more information, please call 885-5022, stop in at 21 Milton Ave. (Rt. 50), or visit online at ballston.sals.edu

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Saratoga-Wilton Elks Lodge #161 presents a Breakfast Buffet on Sun., February 17 from 8:30-11am. Adults: $8; Seniors & Military: $7; Children ages 5-12: $6; Children under age 5: Free. Takeouts: $8. The Elks Lodge is located at 1 Elks Lane, Rt. 9, Saratoga Springs. (P)

Foster Parent Meeting SARATOGA COUNTY – A Foster Parent Information Meeting will be held on February 26 at 4pm at the Services Building, 152 West High Street, Ballston Spa. Saratoga County is in need of foster homes for schoolaged children and teenagers. The next certification class will begin in Spring, 2013. Please contact Jennifer Otten or Stacey McVaigh at (518) 884-4157 for more information. (P)

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