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Delmar Clifton Park

Do-It-Yourself ~ Just $13 Just bring your dirty dog – everything else is supplied, and we clean up.

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We Will Do It We’ll wash your dog in an hour or less. (Appointment necessary, we only do one pup at a time)

We Do Grooming For pups who need a trim or full cut. Your pup will look amazing!

(Appointment necessary • experienced groomer does one dog at a time only)

No kennels - no stress! Ready in less than two hours (Grooming starts at 8am Mon.-Sun.)

www.shampoodledogwash.com

266 Delaware Ave. Delmar 368-3260

Plaza 8 • 1536 Crescent Rd. Clifton Park 371-6600

behind Finishing Touch – next to CVS

just off exit 8 of the Northway – in the plaza with CVS

HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 11am-7pm, (Delmar opens 10am weekdays)

Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 10am-4pm


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Mark Your Calendar with These Weekly Happenings Weekly Ongoing weekly-event descriptions are listed here. Throughout the listings in the Guide, we will list the name of each of these events with the green triangle to the left to remind you to refer to this page for the description.

MONDAYS Bingo Melvin Roads Melvin Roads American Legion Post 200 Columbia Tnpk, East Greenbush (7pm) • http://melvinroads1231.org

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS ZUMBA “PARTY YOURSELF INTO SHAPE!” (6:30pm) Averill Park Walk-ins welcome • $6.00 FREE optional 15-min. abs workout after each class. Bring your mat. American Legion, 2597 RT. 43

bentleymmc@msn.com Cherie Bentley - 518-322-8512

WEDNESDAYS Preschool Story Time Stephentown Library www.stephentownlibrary.org director@stephentownlibrary.org 518-733-5750

THURSDAYS Group Guitar Lessons for Beginners No previous music study needed. Rockys Music Studio http://rockysmusicstudio.com

Bingo Germania Hall 309 3rd Ave at 107th St. Doors open (5pm) First game (7pm) North Troy www.troygermaniahall.com/Regular Events.html

Zumba Fun with Erin McCue Mon. (9:30) Curves in Sand Lake (4:30) Fitness Coach Tues. (6:30) at Watervliet Elks Wed. (7:30) Bloomingrove Church Sat. (9am) Watervliet Elks www.zumba.com/en-US/profiles/ 257734/erin-mccue/ 518-281-0829

FRIDAYS Aquarium Adventures Berkshire Museum 39 South St., Pittsfield, MA (11am) ages 2-4 Part of Berkshire Museum’s ongoing discovery programs. Storytime, animal-themed art projects. berkshiremuseum.org

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BECKER’S FARM

“Your Hometown Garden Center”

OPEN HOUSE • Dec. 1. Featuring Brookview Station Winery and Worldling’s Pleasures Gourmet Spreads

420 Columbia Turnpike • East Greenbush (Across from Columbia Plaza)

518-477-4163 We carry a full selection of Poinsettias, Christmas Trees, Wreathes, Kissing Balls, etc. for the Holiday Season and offer a pleasant shopping atmosphere with personal service. www.beckersfarm.com • Open 7 Days Weekly!

Thurs., Nov. 1 ZUMBA Bingo Germania Hall Northeast Kidney Foundation’s Chili Challenge (2pm) Holiday Inn Express, Latham 5th annual Chili Challenge, a great family event with dozens of vendors and local restaurants showing off their culinary skills and delicious chili recipes, all while helping promote and support public awareness against Kidney Disease. 518-527-6236 www.healthykidneys.org

DSIC’s 10th Annual Building Block Party Proctors, 432 State St., Schenectady (5:30-8:30pm) $55 per person One of downtown Schenectady’s most anticipated annual events! Enjoy food from more than 25 area restaurants, a silent auction, and the annual Building Block awards. (518) 377-9430

BID Meet & Greet The Arts Center of the Capital Region (5-7pm) 265 River Street, Troy A casual evening of mixing and mingling, idea sharing, and brainstorming about Downtown Troy. No RSVP required and all are welcome. Light hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.

The Muse at Home Saisselin Art Center Schick Art Gallery 815 N Broadway, Saratoga Springs (5:30-7pm) Featuring a selection of artworks owned by 28 members of the artsrelated faculty and staff at Skidmore College. 518-580-5049

First Friday of Albany http://1stfridayalbany.org/

Hello Dolly Cohoes Music Hall thru Nov. 11 www.cohoesmusichall.com

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YWCA Resourceful Women’s Luncheon Hilton Garden Inn, Troy (11:30am-1:30pm) The Resourceful Women Awards were established in 2000 to recognize and honor those whose community and professional pursuits advance the empowerment of women, a core value of the YWCA mission. www.ywca-gcr.org/

Day of The Dead Crafts Delaware Branch Albany Public Library (4pm) Celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead by making a skeleton craft. www.albanypubliclibrary.org

Grafton Lakes Annual Dinner Meeting Grafton Inn, 92 Main St, Grafton, VT (6pm) $15/person RSVP Buffet dinner and coffee/dessert featuring “Animal Tracks & Tales” A lecture by local animal tracker Dan Yacobellis of Tamakoce Wilderness Programs 279-1155


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Event Details @ Seasons In Saratoga

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Saratoga Springs Public Library 49 Henry St., Saratoga Springs (noon-1pm) Free Retired professional photographer, Dave Forbert, shares “Seasons in Saratoga” featuring his own photographic depiction of historic and beautiful Saratoga throughout the four seasons. www.sspl.org • 518-584-7860

35,000 BOOKS CHEAP! Also CDs, DVDs, tapes, audios, videos, records East Greenbush Community Library 10 Community Way thru Nov. 4 (518) 477-7241 (Chase Pugliese) cpugliese2@nycap.rr.com.

Dr. John and The Blind Boys of Alabama Palace Theatre, Albany (8pm) “Spirituals to Funk” features Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dr. John with a four-piece band and fivetime Grammy Award-winners, The Blind Boys of Alabama. www.palacealbany.com -

Fri., Nov. 2

Mildred Elley Allied Health Online Division Open House Mildred Elley School 800 Central Avenue, Albany (6-8pm) reservations Information session and live demonstration on Mildred Elley’s accredited LIVE online instructorled medical and non-medical transcription. Mildred-Elley.edu • 888-299-9408

Aquarium Adventures Ladies’ Night Out 2012 Historic Groom Tavern, Clifton Park (5-8pm) Free Local vendors offer an evening of shopping holding their house parties at Historic Grooms Tavern! Moms, daughters, friends, co-workers. Door prizes and refreshments! (518) 371-6667

Sat., Nov. 3 Zumba Fun Holly & Evan with Full Band Pauly’s Hotel, 337 Central Ave., Albany $5 cover at the door (518) 426-0828 www.paulyshotel.com

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GROOMING BOARDING DAYCARE WE WILL TREAT YOUR PET LIKE FAMILY Rt. 9 Columbia/Rensselaer County Border (just south of exit 12 off I-90)

518-732-2724 www.kirapamperedpet.com


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GoTo for Pets

Love Hate

— David Stone, DVM, Bloomingrove Veterinary Hospital

Who knew what we love would be so intimately connected to what we hate. I know we all know they are connected, but I saw it more clearly when I watched a veterinarian on television answer the question, “what do you love the most about your job?” and she said,“I love when I know for certain what’s going on, for instance, when I see something in a pet’s stomach, take it to surgery and remove the object and the pet is cured! It makes me feel great!” It’s a common question for a vet to hear. I’ve answered it quite a few times myself. No pat answer – always something different, but along the same lines as the TV vet. Below are some of my loves, which as it follows, are coupled with my hates. I love to see families get new puppies. I hate when families get more pets when they can’t handle the pets they already have. I love when I talk someone into running a test for their pet that turns out to provide the missing piece which explains the whole case. I hate when the test is unhelpful and I feel like I’ve wasted your money and eroded your confidence. I love when I recognize people and remember everything about them. I hate when I see someone I really, really know but just can’t think of their name at the moment. I love when you tell me I’m the best vet you’ve ever met. I hate when you refuse to see my associates on my day off because you think I’m the best vet. I love when you bring your child to the visits. I hate when you let your child run our visits. I love when I understand your pet’s sickness and am able to help. I hate when I just can’t figure out what’s going on and I am not successful. I love the winter when your pet’s skin and ears are looking great. I hate the spring/summer/ fall when you are frustrated and your pet is suffering and our options are few.

A Thanksgiving Tip for Your Dog If you want your dog to feel like he’s a part of the holiday celebration, then consider filling his Kong toy with a few kibbles, treats or even some unseasoned cooked turkey. That way he’ll be occupied while you and your family eat, and he won’t beg at the table.


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Playful Pet of the Month PLEASE ADOPT ME! I love when the hospital is busy. I hate when busy tips to moments of feeling overwhelmed. I love when you can pay your bill without a blink or grimace. I hate when I know how much you have and how much you need and how far short you’re going to fall. I love the fact that learning is ongoing and rigorous. I hate that I won’t ever know everything and that I’ll make mistakes from my lack of knowledge. I love educating people. I hate when someone wallows in ignorance and takes no responsibility for their stupidity. I love when medical technology is working smoothly and assisting in the timely understanding and treatment of your pet. I hate that sometimes things don’t work properly and even simple activities are impeded by nonworking technology. Thank you, IT support, for limiting my frustration. I love that I have known many of my patients their whole lives. I hate that some of their lives are coming to an end as the wave of age is overcoming their generation. I love when you tell me that your dog hasn’t eaten in two days and everyone is freaking out that he’s gonna die and I grab a few treats and a can of dog food and he eats every crumb I offer and everyone is able to relax. I hate when he doesn’t eat my offerings and we find out that all your fears were justified. I love talking to my clients, catching up, shaking hands, and giving hugs.

“You can say any fool thing to a dog, and the dog will give you this look that says, ‘My God, you’re RIGHT! I NEVER would’ve thought of that!’ ” ~ Dave Barry

Do you know the song by Wham, “Wake me up before you go-go”? Well, I was named after that song, I’m Jitterbug! I’m always dancing in my kennel, itching to get out so I can run and play with my friends! I love other dogs and I’ve been told that I get along with those funny little fuzzy things… what are they called…Cats! Do you have kids at home? I’d love to play with them, too. If you are looking for a 1-year-old female dancing partner for life, then I’m the one for you! Jitterbug is at Mohawk Hudson Humane Society 3 Oakland Ave., Menands, NY 12204 (518) 434-8128 www.mohawkhumane.org


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St. Madeleine Sophie School Annual Craft Fair 3510 Carman Rd., Guilderland

(10am-3pm) free More than 40 vendors offering unique handmade items. Homemade pies and baked goods. www.smsschool.org 355-3080

Rock For Tots Michael’s Banquet House 1019 New Loudon Road, Cohoes (7-11pm) $15 and an unwrapped toy Join the Marine Corps Reserve, Kisstory and Michael’s Banquet House to see the best Kiss tribute band ever, a buffet and a chance to help those in need this Christmas. www.michaelsbanquethouse 518.785.8524

Bruce Hornsby Troy Savings Bank Music Hall 30 Second Street, Troy www.troymusichall.org (518) 465-4755

Turkey Supper Bethlehem Grange 24 Bridge St., Selkirk Eat in or Take out. bethlehemgrange.org

Creative Artisans Holiday Show Sage College of Albany 140 New Scotland Ave., Albany (10am-4pm) FREE Leave the hustle and bustle of the malls behind. When Fall is in the air and the holiday season is right around the corner, it’s time for ... a huge selection of booths with tempting treats, unique treasures and holiday gifts. (518) 928-8184

Richmond Craft & Country Fair Richmond Consolidated School Richmond, MA (10am-4pm) admission 45+ local crafters, silent auction, Chinese auction, Scholastic Book Fair.

Holiday Art Fair Sand Lake Center for the Arts 2880 NY 43, Averill Park (10am-4pm) Many new and returning favorite artists. A great way to shop local for those special people in your life. www.slca-ctp.org • 518-674-2007

RPI Engineers Hockey vs. Union College Dutchmen Houston Field House • Troy (7pm) rpihockey.net

Murder at the Firehouse

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East Greenbush Fire Company Banquet Hall, Rensselaer (7pm) “In A Pinch Players” perform “Smoking Joe.” Solve the mystery of who killed Joe Pullito, a likeable, hard-working member of the company. Serving homemade chicken parm, pasta, salad, cash bar. Marc@egfdvp@yahoo.com 229-2471

Sun., Nov. 4 English Dance Party and Silent Auction Albany Elks Lodge 25 South Allen Street, Albany (2-5pm) $25 Live music by Eric Buddington, Jean Monroe, and Sue Polansky. No experience or partner necessary. Please wear flat soft-soled shoes. 518-477-5684 CapitalECD@gmail.com. www.danceflurry.org

Mon., Nov. 5 Bingo Melvin Roads Colonie Senior Service Center Veterans’ Recognition Luncheon Beltrone Living Center 6 Winners Circle, Albany (10:15am-1pm) $5; Veterans free Reservations are required. A performance by the Tri-County Banjo Band with the recognition of veterans by American Legion J. E. Zaloga Post 1520. Lasagna served directly following the program. 459-2857 ext. 303 beltrone@colonieseniors.org www.colonieseniors.org/

Tues., Nov. 6

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE! ZUMBA Microsoft Word Workshop Troy Public Library (10am) free Learn basic skills that will help you to use some of the powerful features of Microsoft Word. www.thetroylibrary.org


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Wed., Nov. 7 Preschool Story Time Tech Valley Mobile Developers Network LeadingAge New York 13 British American Blvd., Suite 2 (6-8pm) Latham • reservations iPhone, Android and Blackberry development. Meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. Check website before each meeting. www.leadingageny.org

Flying Knights Model Airplane Club East Greenbush Community Library Meeting Room A 10 Community Way (7pm) www.eastgreenbushlibrary.org

Manuel Lima: Session: The Power of Networks EMPAC (The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center) (6pm) Troy Manuel Lima, author of Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information, will lead a discussion on network visualization that will be rendered live in image by ImageThink empac.rpi.edu

Thurs., Nov. 8

Maple Harvest Fest South Concourse, Empire State Plaza, Albany (10am-2pm) ogs.ny.gov/default.asp (518) 393-1000

Cat In The Hat Movie And Craft Albany Public Library • Delaware Branch Large Meeting Room (4pm) The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas www.albanypubliclibrary.org

ZUMBA Bingo Germania Hall Wicked Proctors, 432 State St., Schenectady through Nov. 25 www.proctors.org/ -

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GoTo for eating in…

November finds us getting into the Holiday spirit. Thanksgiving is on the way which reminds us of family, friends, turkey, pumpkin and – leftovers. The following recipes are sure to warm your family, and one even uses Thanksgiving leftovers to create a kids’ favorite.

Pumpkin and Shrimp Bisque 2 tblsp olive oil 1 lb shrimp (peeled, deveined, and roughly chopped, shells reserved) 1/2 cup dry white wine 4 cups shrimp stock (or chicken stock or dashi) 1 pinch saffron 1 tblsp lemon juice 2 sprigs sage 1 onion (coarsely chopped) salt and pepper to taste puree pumpkin cups 2 1 carrot (coarsely chopped) 1 tblsp olive oil cream heavy cup 1/2 chopped) 2 stalks celery (coarsely 1 batch sage gremolata (see below) pepper cayenne pinch 1 2 bay leaves 1. Heat the oil in a pan at medium-high heat. brown, about 3-4 minutes. 2. Add the shrimp shells and cook until they turn pink and then just start to turn 3. Add the white wine and simmer until it has evaporated, about 4-6 minutes. reduce the heat and simmer, 4. Add the broth, saffron, onion, carrot, celery, bay leaves, and sage, bring to a boil, covered for 30 minutes. 5. Strain the solids from the stock and return the stock to the sauce pan. 6. Mix in pumpkin puree, heavy cream and cayenne. Simmer on low 10 minutes. 7. Add the lemon juice and season with salt and pepper. 8. Heat the oil in a pan. 9. Add the shrimp and saute at medium heat until cooked, about 2-3 minutes. with the sage gremolata. 10. Divide the shrimp between 4 bowls, pour the bisque over them and garnish Sage Gremolata (makes 1/4 cup) 1/2 lemon (zest only) 1/4 cup sage (chopped) 1 tablespoon pine nuts (toasted) ) (chopped garlic clove 1 garnish. Mix all ingredients together and use for


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Thanksgiving Leftove r Pizza

1 (11-oz.) can refrigerated thin pizza crust dough Desired toppings Preheat oven to 450°. Unroll dou gh; pat to an even thickness on a ligh baking sheet. Bake 10 to 12 min utes or until lightly browned. Top tly-greased and bake as directed in recipes below. Turkey Club Pizza: Stir togeth er 1/4 cup mayonnaise and 3 Tbs p. refrigerated pesto sauce; spre Top with 2 cups cubed cooked ad over crust. turkey, 2 thinly-sliced plum tom atoes, and 1/4 cup thinly-sliced 6 to 8 minutes. Sprinkle with 1 red onion. Bake 1/2 cups (6 oz.) shredded colby Jack cheese and 4 cooked and slices. Bake until cheese melts. crumbled bacon Top with chopped fresh avocad o. Mexican Pizza: Sauté 1/2 lb. sliced smoked chorizo sausage and 1/2 cup thinly-sliced sweet 2 tsp. hot olive oil until onion is onion in tender; drain. Combine 4 oz. soft ened cream cheese, 1 cup (4 oz.) shredded Monterey Jack cheese, 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro , 1/2 tsp. lime zest, and 1 Tbsp. spread over crust. Top with sau lime juice; sage mixture and 1 1/2 cups fres h corn kernels. Bake 8 to 10 min with fresh cilantro leaves. utes. Sprinkle Shrimp-Pesto Pizza: Spread 3 Tbsp. refrigerated pesto sauce over crust. Top crust with 1/2 lb. cooked, medium-size shrimp (4 peeled and 1/50 count) and 1 cup halved grap e tomatoes. Bake 8 to 10 minutes with 1/3 cup freshly-grated parm . Sprinkle esan cheese and 1/4 cup choppe d fresh basil.

Rocky Road Brownies

• 1/4 tsp baking powder • 1 cup less 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour • 4 1/2 tblsp unsalted butter • 1/4 tsp salt powder cocoa • 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon unsweetened • 1 large egg • 1 1/4 cups sugar • 2 tsp vanilla extract • 2 large egg whites • 8 regular-size marshmallows • 2/3 cup coarsely chopped walnuts or pecans

• 1/3 cup chopped bittersweet or semisweet chocolate chips with cooking spray. (Leave an overhang to lift 1. Line an 8-inch-square baking pan with parchment or foil coated oven and preheat to 350°F. of center in rack a Position liner.) the with the brownies out later 2. Thoroughly whisk flour, baking powder and salt in a small bowl. stir in cocoa, then sugar. Add egg, egg whites 3. Melt butter in medium saucepan until sizzling. Remove from heat; just incorporated, then stir briskly for until mixture flour and vanilla. Stir briskly until smooth and glossy. Add Batter will be very shallow. If time allows, about 50 strokes. Scrape batter into prepared pan; spread evenly. and flour and brings flavors into sharper powder cocoa s cover pan and refrigerate up to 12 hours to hydrate in preheated 350°F oven. baking; before s minute 30 about ator refriger the focus.) Remove from batter, pressing them in. Distribute nuts and 4. Quarter marshmallows with oiled knife. Distribute pieces over chocolate chips around marshmallows. Let cool completely in the pan on a wire rack for 5. Bake until marshmallows are golden brown, 25 to 35 minutes. board. Cut into 16 brownies. about 2 hours. Lift the ends of the pan liner and transfer to a cutting

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Thurs., Nov. 8

Matt Cusson: Up Close and Personal

Aquarium Adventures

“The Fall” screening

Albany Contra Dances

EMPAC - Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center Eighth Street, Troy (All Day) $6 A visually stunning shadow-play film that deftly interweaves reality and illusion through an epic narrative recounted to a little girl by a hospitalized stunt man. http://empac.rpi.edu

Albany Elks Lodge 25 South Allen Street, Albany (7:45pm) New England-style contra dance. All dances taught to live music. No partner needed. Easy! Fun. www.elks.org/lodges

Foreign Film Series: Let It Rain

The Old Daley Inn, Crooked Lake (6:03pm) $75 Gala theme is “A Step Back In Time” in celebration of Town of Sand Lake’s Bicentennial averillparkef.org Sue Powers, 674-3682

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library 475 Moe Road, Clifton Park (6:30-8:30pm) In French. Not rated. Light refreshments will be served. cphlibrary.org

Fri., Nov. 9 Holiday Express Holiday Express Arts, Crafts & Lifestyle Show Colonie Center, Albany (10am-9pm Fri.-Sat.) (11am-6pm Sun.) www.shopatcoloniecenter.com

Siena Men’s Basketball Times Union Center, Albany (7pm) vs. Vermont timesunioncenter-albany.com sienasaints.com

Averill Park Education Foundation Fundraiser Gala

Christine Lavin & Don White: Concert and Comedy The Linda WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio (8pm) $18 Don’t miss two of the funniest entertainers on today’s music scene! www.wamcarts.org

The Garage, The Colonial Theatre 111 South Street, Pittsfield, MA Songwriting Workshop (4pm) $15 Matt Cusson, gifted, self-taught musician and award-winning singer/songwriter and pianist, continues to wow audiences and prove that he is the real deal. www.thecolonialtheatre.org www.mattcusson.com

Circle Theater Players Auditions Sand Lake Center for the Arts 2880 NY Rt 43 (7:30pm) Also Nov. 11 and 13 Auditions for March, 2013 production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men Director Eric Washburn, eewashburn@earthlink.net SLCA 518-674-2007 www.slca-ctp.org.

Sat., Nov. 10

Gravity

Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival

Bentley’s Tavern Parade Group Village, Malta (9pm) Local rock band acoustic show. www.gravityny.com

Sage College of Albany 140 New Scotland Ave, Albany (10am-4pm) creativehandsshowpromotions.com

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The School of Creative Arts presents

The Nutcracker & Sweets ballet performance and holiday tea December 8 • 2:00 • Algonquin Middle School Tickets $14-$16 To Reserve Tickets, Call 477-8922


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Event Details @ RPI D4D on the Road Workshop

Military Appreciation Parade and Picnic

Holiday Reindeer Open House

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (10am) Troy D4D on the Road is a six-hour training workshop designed to provide novice and seasoned political activists with the tools and tactics they need to get their message across to policy makers, community leaders, and the public. biotech.rpied • doso.rpi.edu

(noon-4pm) Menands Food available for purchase The parade will step off at the Riverview Center at noon and will continue down Broadway, heading north, to the Menands Farmers’ Market. After the parade join us at the Farmers’ Market for food, carnival games, raffles, music and a cake walk. 463-5196

Saratoga Springs Public Library 49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs (2-4pm) free Meet and greet Bob and Wendy Smith’s live reindeer. Listen to author Bruce Hiscock read from his book “The Big Caribou Herd,” show slides of his Alaskan travels, draw reindeer, and more. www.sspl.org • (518)584-7860

Free Admission Weekend

Desolation Road Studios (7-10pm) $10 or $5 with canned good for charity Local Altamont guy who entertains like an old pro and will have you remembering old ditties and snickering at a few comic renditions (518) 608-4749

Joey Thomas Big Band Veterans’ Day Show The Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake 2339 New York 43, Averill Park (6-10pm) $64 (dinner) $15 (just dancing) 10% discount with military id. 518-320-8766 www.olddaleyinn.com

Albany Institute of History & Art The Albany Institute is hosting a variety of events over the Veteran's Day Weekend. Families are welcome and encouraged to come join us all weekend long! www.albanyinstitute.org (518)463-4478

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Special promo tion coupon Pedicure: $20 Gel Manicure: $23 Full Set: $25 Special price for Children under 15


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The Troy Victorian Stroll

Victorian Stroll Events Sun., Dec. 2 Art & Craft Show

Strolling Performers

The Atrium corner of Third and Broadway (10am-5pm) Shop over 50 unique art and craft vendors. Entertainment all day.

(noon-3pm) See Uncle Sam stroll, follow “The Incredible Larry” as he juggles, see the stiltwalker strut his stuff and many more on the sidewalks throughout downtown Troy!

  Victorian Stroll Sun., Dec. 2 • 11AM-5PM Harpist Refreshments including Hot apple cider and cookies.

272-0643

Many shops and services are hosting events during the Victorian Stroll. For a complete listing go to www.troyvictorianstroll.com

Open all day Victorian Stroll day, December 2, with lots of entertainment and events. See more info on GoToGuide.net and GotoGuideWeekly Newsletter. Or call for details.

48 Third Street, Troy

405 River Street, Troy

M-F 9:30-5:30 | Sat. 9:30-3:00

www.josemalones.com

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Come join us Sunday, December 2 from 11a.m. for Free Music and Soup all day. We are on the trolley line and we have plenty of parking.


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Bill Cosby Palace Theater, Albany (8pm) www.palacealbany.com (518) 465-3334

The Whippersnappers Sand Lake Center for the Arts 2880 NY 43, Averill Park (8pm) $18 adult/$10 under 18 Multi-instrumentalists/vocalists Peter Davis,George Wilson, and Frank Orsini. www.slca-ctp.org • (518) 674-2007

Fantazia 360 Washington Avenue Armory 195 Washington Ave, Albany (9pm-1am) $20 thewashingtonavenuearmory.com (518)512-5203

Naked Twister Bayou Café, Albany (10:30pm) $5 bayoucafe.com

Sun., Nov. 11 Wedding Week Stores throughout Guilderland (10am-5pm) until Sun., Nov. 18 See the latest in the world of weddings. Delicious treats and cocktails, view fashion shows, more. (518) 456-6611 guilderlandchamber.com/weddingweek

Music Noon Season The Crane Brass Ensemble

Veterans’ Day 2012 at Sand Lake Veterans Memorial Wall Route 43, Averill Park (11am) The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, Armistice Day, 1918. Pay respect to the unfailing bravery that selfless men and women show to defend us, our great country and our freedoms. Honor those heroes, past and present. Special memorial for two fallen soldiers and honoring a local wounded warrior, Marissa Strock.

Troy Music Hall 30 Second Street (noon) Something new every second Tuesday of the month during The Hall’s 12-13 Season Troymusichall.org • (518) 273-8945

Jean’s Greens Browse our selection of teas, coffees, essential oils, over 200 herbs and spices & herbal products to help you stay healthy through the seasons. We also carry cards, gifts, candles, bath & beauty products, jewelry and gem stones. 1545 Columbia Tpke., Castleton, NY

Open Tues Wed & Fri 10-5, Thur 10-6 Sat 10-3

518-479-0471 www.jeansgreens.com

Circle Theater Players Audition Sand Lake Center for the Arts 2880 NY Rt 43 (7:30pm) Also Nov. 13 Auditions for March, 2013 production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men Director Eric Washburn, eewashburn@earthlink.net SLCA 518-674-2007 www.slca-ctp.org.

Mon., Nov. 12 Bingo Melvin Roads


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Tues., Nov. 13 ZUMBA

Wed., Nov. 14 Preschool Story Time

Thurs., Nov. 15 ZUMBA Bingo Germania Hall 18th Annual Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Celebration Rensselaer Banquet & Conference Facility at the Hilton Garden Inn 235 Hoosick Street, Troy (6-9pm) admission from $75 Support the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York. Presented by All Star Wine & Spirits (518) 272-1700

Green Homes, Healthy Families

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Saratoga Springs Public Library 49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs (5:30-7:30pm) free Learn steps you can take before conception, during pregnancy, and while raising a family to make your home healthier as well as minimize your impact on the environment. (518) 584-7860

Women’s Circle True North Yoga 1073 US Route 9, Schroon Lake (7-9pm) Free What’s more fun than a group of women sharing snippets of their lives with each other? We all have our stories to tell. (518) 810-7871

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Saratoga Springs Public Library, 49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs (7-8:30pm) free Open Forum (518) 584-7860

Fri., Nov. 16 Tech Valley Nonprofit Business Awards Luncheon Glen Sanders Mansion One Glen Avenue, Scotia (11:30am) $49 Recognizing the contribution of nonprofit organizations as a vital economic force in Tech Valley and exemplary contributions to the vitality of our community. (518) 374-7262

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Cook, Taste-test and Be Merry Weekend Carey Conference Center 63 Huyck Road, Rensselaerville (6:30-9pm) until Sun., Nov. 18 $450 per person; group discounts Spend a fun- and food-filled weekend with three on-campus chefs and wine professional hosting hands-on learning in cooking and wine tasting. (518) 797-5100

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Beatlemore Skidmamia

Polish Community Center 225 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany (10am-5pm) donations accepted (518) 456-3995

Beatles 50 Arthur Zankel Music Center Helen Filene Ladd Concert Hall 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs (2pm) Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first recording. (518) 580-5321

Genealogy Online with Heritage Quest NYS Library Cultural Education Center 222 Madison Avenue, Albany Senior Librarian, Stephanie Barrett, will demonstrate the HeritageQuest and Ancestry online databases which are accessible at the New York State Library. (518) 474-5355

Radio Disney Colonie Center Santa Welcome Colonie Center, Albany (1-3pm) free Kick off the Holiday Season with Radio Disney AM 1460 as Colonie Center welcomes Santa to the mall. (518) 459-9020

Turkey Bash West Mountain, West Mountain Rd Queensbury Live music, food and giveaways! (518) 793-6606

Kicker Arena Cross Times Union Center, Albany (7:30-11pm) $10-$27 Featuring the snowmobile backflip! (518) 454-5694 timesunioncenter-albany.com

St. Jude’s Give Thanks Walk Crossgates Mall, Albany (8-10am) free St. Jude supporters in cities across the country will join together to participate in this 5K walk to raise money for the children of St. Jude (518) 869-9565

Super Saturday Vendor Show Mother Teresa Academy 509 Moe Rd, Clifton Park (10am-4pm) Free Many vendors will come together in one location for you and your family to get a head start on your Christmas and Holiday shopping. (518) 280-4563

Colonie High School 29th Annual Fall Craft Fair Colonie Central High School gym (9am-4pm) Free Enjoy a little holiday shopping among 75+ crafters of handmade items, concession stand, prize raffles and bake sale. (518) 459-1220

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Christians Brothers Academy 15th Annual Craft Fair 12 Airline Drive, Colonie (9-4pm) free Over 130 quality vendors offering unique handmade items. (518) 452-9809

Sun., Nov. 18 Schenectady Business & Professional Women’s Club Fashion Show The Glen Sanders Mansion 1 Glen Ave, Scotia (10:30am-3pm) $40 Featuring the 2012 Women of Distinction Award winners. (518) 374-7262

Fashioned by Friendship Fancy Schmancy Fall Fashion Show Hilton Garden Inn 30 Clifton Country Rd., Clifton Park (12-2pm) $50 An afternoon of fashion, food, and music benefitting the Thomas Patrick Morrison Foundation, which assists Capital Region families who have children suffering from rare diseases, conditions, and disorders. (518) 371-7777

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A Few Area Kid-Friendly Events Thurs., Nov. 1

Thurs., Nov. 8

Day of The Dead Crafts

Maple Harvest Fest

Delaware Branch Albany Public Library (4pm) Celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead by making a skeleton craft. www.albanypubliclibrary.org

South Concourse, Empire State Plaza, Albany (10am-2pm) ogs.ny.gov/default.asp (518) 393-1000

Cat In The Hat Movie And Craft Albany Public Library • Delaware Branch Large Meeting Room (4pm) The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas www.albanypubliclibrary.org

Sat., Nov. 10

Free Admission Weekend Albany Institute of History & Art The Albany Institute is hosting a variety of events over the Veterans’ Day Weekend. Families are welcome all weekend long! www.albanyinstitute.org (518) 463-4478

Military Appreciation Parade and Picnic (noon-4pm) Menands Food available for purchase. The parade steps off at the Riverview Center at noon and will continue down Broadway, heading north, to the Menands Farmers’ Market. Then join us for food, carnival games, raffles, music and a cake walk. 463-5196

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Holiday Reindeer Open House Saratoga Springs Public Library 49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs (2-4pm) free Meet and greet Bob and Wendy Smith’s live reindeer. Listen to Bruce Hiscock read from his book “The Big Caribou Herd,” show slides of his Alaskan travels, draw reindeer, and more. www.sspl.org • (518)584-7860 Sat., Nov. 17

Radio Disney Colonie Center Santa Welcome Colonie Center, Albany (1-3pm) free Kick off the Holiday Season with Radio Disney AM 1460 as Colonie Center welcomes Santa to the mall. (518) 459-9020 Fri., Nov. 23

16th Annual Price Chopper Holiday Lights Albany’s Washington Park (enter at Madison and New Scotland avenues) (6pm) til Fri., Jan. 4, 2013 Cost: $15 car, $25 limo, $75 bus. “A Sweet 16 Celebration.” More than 125 illuminated displays. (518) 435-0392

21st Annual North Country Festival of Trees 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls until Sun., Nov. 25 $7 adult/$5 senior/ $3 child 12 & under (518) 729-1121

Wed., Nov. 28

Saratoga Tree Lighting Ceremony In front of Putnam Wine 435 Broadway, Saratoga (7pm) Free Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive by horse-drawn carriage to visit with children. Free hot chocolate and cookies. Music by Star 101.3 radio. (518) 581-7550

Sun., Dec. 2

Empire State Plaza Holiday Tree Lighting and Fireworks Festival Empire State Plaza, Albany (1-6pm) Free Celebrate the start of the Holiday Season with fireworks, live music, and the lighting of the New York State tree. 518-474-0460


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private and group lessons music retail store 564 Bloomingrove Rd. • North Greenbush www.rockysmusicstudio.com Sun., Nov. 18

Family Program at the Hyde Collection 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls (1-3pm) Free Tour The Hyde Collection with a museum educator and enjoy children’s art-making in the Studio. (519) 792-1761 hydecollection.org

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Tues., Nov. 20

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The Nutcracker Tea Hall of Springs 108 Avenue of the Pines Saratoga Springs (11am or 3pm) A tea party to top them all: The Nutcracker Tea, presented by SPAC’s Action Council is a holiday tradition (518) 584-9330 • spac.org

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Wed., Nov. 21 Preschool Story Time North Country Festival of The Trees Senior Luncheon Queensbury Hotel 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls (11:30am) This is a chance for seniors and those with mobility limitations to have a “sneak preview” of the Festival without the crowds, while dining among the “Wonders of the Trees.” (518) 792-1121 glensfallsregion.com

Thurs., Nov. 22

Happy Thanksgiving The 11th Annual Christopher Dailey Turkey Trot Saratoga City Hall, Saratoga (8:30am) $22; $25 after Nov. 15 Each year, on Thanksgiving morning, thousands of runners (and walkers) congregate in Saratoga to race in the annual 5K Turkey Trot race which benefits the Christopher Dailey Foundation. No day of registration, but last chance to register in person Nov. 21, 4-8pm at the Saratoga Hilton Hotel. (518) 581-1328

Bethlehem Turkey Trot Bethlehem Middle School 332 Kenwood Ave., Delmar (9am) 5K Fun Run or Walk through Delmar neighborhoods for the whole family. The only “time” that will matter is the good time that you’ll have helping to support Bethlehem Food Pantry. 518-598-3434 John@ourtownebethlehem.com www.ourtownebethlehem.com

Troy Turkey Trot (8am) Downtown Troy Nation’s 12th oldest road race to feature new 5K course, revised event schedule, improved commemorative t-shirts and festive family activities. www.troyturkeytrot.com/

16th Annual Price Chopper Holiday Lights Albany’s Washington Park (enter at Madison and New Scotland avenues) (6pm) til Fri., Jan. 4, 2013 Cost: $15 car, $25 limo, $75 bus. “A Sweet 16 Celebration.” More than 125 illuminated displays. (518) 435-0392

Fri., Nov. 23 Aquarium Adventures 21st Annual North Country Festival of Trees 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls until Sun., Nov. 25 $7 adult/$5 senior/ $3 child 12 & under (518) 729-1121

Graham Tichy Trio Blu Stone Bistro 661 Albany-Shaker Road, Colonie (7-10pm) free (518) 213-2083

Sat., Nov. 24 Hop Aboard the Rainbow Train Malta Community Center One Bayberry Drive, Ballston Spa This new class for kids ages 3-5 will be held once a month this fall on Saturday mornings. Each class highlights a special color with craft activities, music and movement, cooking projects and more. (518) 899-4411 • malta-town.org

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North Country Festival of Trees Sugar Plum Ball Queensbury Hotel 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls (7-9pm) A holiday event for the children to enjoy! Dress them in their finest and dance the night away. Entertainment by Radio Disney. (518) 792-1121

Small Business Saturday Saratoga City Center Saratoga Springs Profits benefit the Saratoga Center for the Family in its effort to prevent child abuse and neglect. (518) 584-0027

37th Annual Saratoga Holiday Craft Fair Saratoga City Center Saratoga Springs (10am) $4 • (518) 584-0027

Life in Civil War Times New York State Museum 222 Madison Avenue, Albany (8pm) Visit An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War exhibition, then join Museum staff in some creative, educational and hands-on activities based on what you have just discovered. (518) 474-5877 • nysm.nysed.gov

Festival of Trees in Schenectady Schenectady County Historical Society and YWCA Northeastern NY until Sun., Dec. 9, 2012 adults/$5; 6-12/$2; under 6/free Fantastic display of lights and decorations fill you with the holiday spirit. (518) 374-0263

Mon., Nov. 26 Zumba Fun Bingo Melvin Roads

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Wed., Nov. 28 Preschool Story Time Troy Business Improvement District Inaugural Dinner (5:30pm) Franklin Plaza Part of a number of events during the week before the Victorian Stroll. Festive networking with a Victorian theme. Awards will be presented. (518) 727-9786

Saratoga Tree Lighting Ceremony In front of Putnam Wine 435 Broadway, Saratoga (7pm) Free Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive by horse-drawn carriage to visit with children. Free hot chocolate and cookies. Music by Star 101.3 radio. (518) 581-7550

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Thurs., Nov. 29 Bingo Germania Hall ZUMBA Saratoga Springs Victorian Streetwalk 2012 Various locations in Saratoga (6-10pm) Walk through downtown Saratoga to see carolers and entertainers in period costumes. Kids visit Santa. Adults can enjoy the decorations at The Festival of Trees. saratoga.com

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Downtown Troy (11am-5pm) Free Celebrate the holiday season in the traditional spirit of magic and wonder! Enjoy caroling and wassailing along with contemporary music, food and fun for the entire family! Call the Rensselaer Chamber of Commerce (518) 274-7020

Saratoga Restaurant Week Participating restaurants in Saratoga until Thurs., Dec. 6 Three-course menus for just $10, $20 or $30; lunch for $5 or $10 Reservations strongly suggested during and can be made by calling the restaurant of your choice. discoversaratoga.org/restaurantweek/

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Hometown Holidays Downtown Open House

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Downtown Glens Falls (5-7pm) and Sat., Dec. 1 – free Stroll and enjoy music and refreshments. Trolley rides 10am-5pm. Santa arrives at 2pm.

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Empire State Convention Center (10am-4pm) Albany $7 adults, pre teens free with adult The Update Train Associates and the Hudson-Berkshire Division of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) are proud to bring you the annual “Great Train Extravaganza.” (518) 668-9892 www.gtealbany.com

Empire State Plaza Holiday Tree Lighting and Fireworks Festival Empire State Plaza, Albany (1-6pm) Free Celebrate the start of the Holiday Season with fireworks, live music, and the lighting of the New York State tree. 518-474-0460

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