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Things To Do & Places To Go! Friday, May 2, 2014

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First Friday The Slate Valley Museum will provide visitors a glimpse of its upcoming exhibit, “Slate as Muse” and the Salem Art Works will unveil art projects inspired by books from the Pember Library during this month’s First Friday celebration tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m.

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Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, the antique fair has 260 vendors offering everything from antiques to crafts and flea market finds. “We’re expecting the largest number of vendors we’ve ever had,” said show promoter Michael Green. “We’ve already broken our record. If the weather holds, we should have recordbreaking attendance as well.” The 2013 show at the fairgrounds (held in May and August) broke previous attendance records, with more than 6,800 people going through the gates in May and 6,700 in August. With high-quality antiques available, the fair was featured on the PBS show “Market Warriors” a few years ago. The show attracts many out-of-town antique dealers who normally do not sell in this part of upstate New York. “Our dealers come from New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts and

Pennsylvania,” said Green. “Many are on their way to the big Antique Show in Brimfield, Mass.” This is the 18th year for the show at the Washington County Fairgrounds. It started with just 30 dealers and used two buildings. This year, said Green, the show will have more than 260 dealers utilizing 15 buildings, a large circus tent, and open space on the grounds. “People should plan on staying the whole day,” Green said. Since the $3 ticket is good for the whole weekend, patrons can always return on Sunday if they don’t have enough time to see everything on Saturday, he noted. The fair also features several food vendors serving both breakfast and lunch, so it’s possible to stay for the entire day. Green said that dogs on a leash are welcome to attend as well, as long as owners clean up after their pets. Admission to the Antique

Fair is $3 for adults, $2 for seniors, and free for kids. For more information, visit www. fairgroundshows.com.

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Biologist Howard Romack at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, May 2 in the library. For details about this special program, call 518692-7157.

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Pottery Talk BENNINGTON Pottery Expert William C. Ketchum will give a presentation called “An Overview of New York State Redware” at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 2 at a meeting of The Stoneware Collectors’ Group in Bennington Museum. The lecture is included with a $10 admission to the museum. For details, call 860-653-5733.

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Angler Anger MANCHESTER Writer James Hurley will present his tale about a bitter rivalry amongst trout fisherman, called “The Contest,” at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 2 in Northshire Bookstore in Manchester. For details about this event, call 802-362-2200 or 1-800-437-3700 or visit www. northshire.com.

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Track of the Hound FORT EDWARD Join Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as they track the vicious "Hound of the Baskervilles" at the Little Theater on the Farm in Fort Edward this weekend. The Hudson R i v e r Shakespeare Company will present the suspense classic, based on the thriller by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 4.

“This adaptation (by Tim Kelley) has all the familiar elements from Conan-Doyle’s books and the Basil Rathbone movies,” said director Andy Daly. The cast includes Dave Lundgren as Sherlock Holmes and Bruce VanGuilder as Dr. Watson, with Judi Gross as Watson’s old friend Lady Agatha. In addition to directing, Andy Daly plays the cursed Sir Henry Baskerville. Company members Lauren Austin and Jacob Crowd are Sir Henry Baskerville’s new neighbors, Kathy and Jack Stapleton. Newcomer Samantha Deniston takes the role of Perkins, the maid, while Janelle Hammond and John Macri play the spooky housekeeper and butler with dark secrets. Admission is $10 and $8 for students 18 and younger. The Little Theater on the Farm is located on Plum Road in Fort Edward. For reservations, call 518-747-4418 or email hrsc1999@ aol.com.

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Steinbeck Play CAMBRIDGE The Theatre Company at Hubbard Hall presents its production of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” this weekend at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. The play continues through May 18. Tickets are $25 for the public, $22 for members, and $15 for students and seniors. To purchase, go to www.hubbardhall. org or call 518-677-2495.

Saturday3 Church Garage Sale FORT ANN West Fort Ann United Methodist Church on Copeland Pond Road in Fort Ann will hold a garage sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday,

May 3, offering unique craft items. Coffee, donuts and pastries will also be available. For details, call 518-792-6647.

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Crafts and Expo SCHAGHTICOKE A spring craft fair and small business expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, and Sunday, May 4, at Schaghticoke Fair Grounds on 69 Stillwater Bridge Road. Nearly 30 crafters, small business vendors and food vendors will be on hand all day. No purchase is necessary to win tickets for a chance to win VIP tickets to Countryfest 2014. For details, call Mary at 518-7534411, ext. 13 or email manager@ schaghticokefair.org.

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Day to Clean HARTFORD Hartford Cleanup Day will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 3, starting from the Hartford Town Barn. Those who come out to clean their community will be served a free lunch of hot dogs, chips, soda and ice cream at noon. Children should be accompanied by an adult. For details, call Greg Brown, highway superintendent, at 518632-5255.

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Spring Cleaning HOOSICK FALLS More than 150 persons are expected to participate in the annual “Spruce Up Hoosick Falls” day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 3, which directly precedes the 3rd annual “Taste of Hoosick,” the next day, Sunday. To join the spruce up, meet at 9 a.m. at Wood Memorial Park to get your beautification assignment. For details on spruce up day, call 518-686-9050 or visit www. hayc3.

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GRANVILLE The 19th annual Granville Area Lioness Club “Run for the Community” will start at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 3 at the Hook and Ladder Firehouse at Quaker Street and Potter Avenue. The run features a flat and fast out-and-back course, and ends at the same place. T-shirts will be given to all pre-registrants. Post-race refreshments include Phil’s “Almost Famous Five-Alarm Chili” Pre-race fee is $15 and $20 on race day. For details, call Phil at 518-232-7040.

GREENWICH The Greenwich American Legion will host its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, May 3. Ticket price of $15 includes hamburgers from 1 to 3 p.m., chicken BBQ served at 5:30 p.m., and music by Green Core with special guest Mike McMann from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Also a horseshoe tournament at 1 p.m. For tickets, call Phil Murphy at 378-4810 or Jessica Rogers at 361-8970.

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Stop to Shop SCHUYLERVILLE The third annual “Stop and Shop” at General Schuyler Rescue Squad will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 3. Vendors are needed. If interested, call Pat Temple at 518-3312978 or email Patty61349@ yahoo.com.

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Young Gardeners HOOSICK FALLS Marilou Town-Pudiak, a master gardener, will show children and adults the art and science of gardening at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 3 at Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls. She will, in particular, show children how to keep a garden journal. For details, visit www.cheneylibrary.org.

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Photo Show DORSET A public reception will be held for Photographer Seline Skoug from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 3 in Dorset Village Library, and Skoug’s work will remain on exhibit through the month of May. Executive director of Southern Vermont Arts Center, Skoug has directed that sale proceeds from her exhibit works benefit the library. For details, call 802-867-5774 or visit www.dorsetlibrary.org.

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Actors' Call CAMBRIDGE Auditions for Hubbard Hall’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 3 in the Freight Depot Theatre. Actors should come prepared with a 10 to 16 line monologue from the play, 16 bars of a song to be sung a capella, and a resume, with photo, if possible. Please make an appointment to audition by calling 518-677-2495.

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Opening Reception CAMBRIDGE The abstract landscapes of Artist Susan Wadsworth will be explained by the artist herself on Saturday, May 3 in Valley Artisan Market’s Small Gallery at 25 East Main Street in Cambridge. An opening reception will be held that day from 2 to 4 p.m., with a gallery talk by the artist at 4. Her work is on display from Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 25. For details about gallery hours, call 518-677-3067 or email cfkibbe@verizon.net.

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War Memoirs HOOSICK FALLS Video clips, newspaper clippings, historical displays and artwork by World War Two Veteran Bovard are all part “Memoirs of War,” an exhibit to be shown from 3 to 5 p.m. at Hoosick Falls Community Alliance Church at 484 Hill Road on Saturday, May 3. This event is sponsored by Hoosick Township Historical Society, Voices of a Vet, Heroes at Home and the local American Legion. For details, call 518-6863269.

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Annual Barbecue ARGYLE The annual spring chicken barbecue at the Argyle Firehouse will be held from 4 p.m. until gone on Saturday, May 3. Enjoy take-in or eat-out of a half-chicken, baked potato, corn, roll with butter, homemade cake and beverage for $10. For details, call 518-638-8817.

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Benefit Fund MIDDLE FALLS A benefit fundraiser to reunite his family with U.S. Airman Bryan Humiston Jr., who, due to regulations, is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer at an airbase in Mississippi, will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 3 at the Middle Falls Fire Department. A spaghetti dinner will be served at 4:30 and an auction will begin at 7. Also, there will be a 50/50 raffle and a live DJ. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for children. For details, call 518695-3187 or 518-692-8282.

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Derby Party SALEM Celebrate the Run for the Roses in style on Saturday, May 3, when a Kentucky Derby Party to benefit Salem Courthouse Community Center will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in the home of Cindy Spence of S a r a t o g a Springs. Located on Nelson Avenue in Saratoga Springs across from the track, Ms. Spence’s gracious home is the perfect setting for the event, which feaCONTINUED


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tures a delicious buffet, a cash wine bar, “fun betting” to benefit the CCC, a raffle, and the opportunity to view the Kentucky Derby on one of two wide-screen televisions. Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite Kentucky Derby attire and hats. Proceeds will benefit the many initiatives of the CCC. Tickets are $40 each and may be reserved by calling the CCC at 518-854-7053.

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Pork Dinner PAWLET The next roast pork dinner at Pawlet Community Church will be at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 3. Take-out orders will also be made available on the day of the dinner by calling 802-325-3022. If you have any questions, call Doreen Mach at 802-325-3428 or Judy Coolidge at 802-325-3073. The dinner costs $10 for adults, $6 for children age 12 and free for children under 5.

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Artists’ Reception SCHUYLERVILLE An opening reception for a new exhibit entitled “Four Seasons,” featuring artwork by Leslie Peck and George Van Hook, will be held on Saturday, May 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Laffer Gallery, 96 Broad Street, Schuylerville. All are welcome to enjoy an evening of fine art, conversation and hors d’oeuvres. For more information, contact the gallery at 518-695-3138.

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Nothing Special MANCHESTER High School Teacher David McCullough Jr. will explain how his graduation speech that “You are Not Special” has not only made him an internet celebrity, but will also increase self-confidence in both students and adults in a 7 p.m. lecture on May 3 at Northshire Bookstore. For details, call 802-362-2200 or 1-800437-3700 or visit www.northshire.com.

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Track of the Hound FORT EDWARD Join Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as they track the vicious "Hound of the Baskervilles," when the suspense classic is staged by the Hudson River Shakespeare Company at the Little Theater on the Farm in Fort Edward on the following dates: 8 p.m. on May 2 and 3 and 2 p.m. on May 3 and 4. Cost is $10 and $8 for students 18 and younger. For details, call 518-747-4418 or email

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Steinbeck Play CAMBRIDGE The Theatre Company at Hubbard Hall presents its production of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” this weekend at 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 3 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. The play continues through May 18. Tickets are $25 for the public, $22 for members, and $15 for students and seniors. To purchase, go to www.hubbardhall.org or call 518-677-2495.

Sunday4 Rescue Breakfast JOHNSONVILLE The Johnsonville Rescue Squad at 4 River Road will hold its monthly breakfast from 7:30 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 4. Cost is adults, $6; children, 5 to 12, $3. For details, call 518-753-9549.

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Tailgate Sale SCHAGHTICOKE Brunswick Grange will hold its annual spring agricultural tailgate sale from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 4 at the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds, with more than 50 vendors presenting various varieties of agricultural items. A $15 vendor donation will be charged. Refreshments will be available at the fairgrounds. For details, call 518-279-9113.

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Hoosick Tag Sale HOOSICK FALLS The annual Hoosick Falls Village-wide Tag Sale, organized by HAYC3, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, May 24. A free map of registered tag sale locations will be made available from the Armory during those hours of Tag Sale Day. For details, call 518-686-9050 or email HAYC3.

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Country Dance SCHUYLERVILLE The Country Round and Square Dance Association will host an old-style country dance at the Schuylerville American Legion on Clancy Street on Sunday, May 4, with a 12:30 to 1 p.m.

meeting, a 2 p.m. buffet and dancing from 1 to 5 p.m.. Music will be by “Ole Time Country.” Cost is adults $5; children 6 to 17, $2; and under six, free. For details, call Linda at 518-6388905 or Sandy at 518-824-3719.

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Crop Walk ARGYLE The Argyle Presbyterian Church will hold its 15th annual CROP Walk on Sunday, May 4, with registration at 12:15 p.m. and the walk to start at 1 p.m. from the church. A Zumba warm-up will be held at 12:30. Everyone is encouraged to join the crop walk. Contact Sandra Hoffis at 518638-6134 for detailed information.

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Taste of Hoosick HOOSICK FALLS Area folks will have a perfect opportunity to sample some of the best food in upstate New York on Sunday, May 4, when the fifth annual “Taste of Hoosick” takes place from 3 to 6 p.m. at St. Mary’s Academy auditorium in Hoosick Falls. Popular rest a u r a n t s returning this year include Jean’s Place, Falls Diner, Eagle Bridge Inn, Subway, Pizza Bella, Hoosick Falls Country Club, Picasso’s, Sweet Sarah’s, Big Moose and more. Guests will enjoy music by the Hoosick Falls Central Jazz Band, who will be joined by the Tune Travelers. A silent auction featuring goods and services from the greater Hoosick area will take place, promising something for everyone. There will be numerous door prizes as well.

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Monday5 Summer Sign-Up HOOSICK FALLS Sign up now for the summer enrichment program for children grades K to 6 at HAYC3, the former Hoosick Falls Armory. There are eight, one-week programs designed to encourage children to read, imagine, create, make friends and grow. They run Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with extended hours until 6 p.m. Cost is $110 per week. To enroll, call 518-686-9050 or email contacthayc3@gmail.com.

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Paper Crafts EASTON The Easton Neighbors will host a paper craft event, directed by Amy

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Tuesday6 Senior Transport SALEM The Salem Area Van Endeavor (SAVE) van, under the management of the Salem Courthouse Community Center, will provide transportation for seniors on Tuesdays to the Greenwich CVS and on Thursdays to the Granville Rite Aid. The service is offered at no charge, but donations are accepted. Passengers will be picked up at their homes. To participate, call Ken White at 854-7497 or the CCC at 854-7053.

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Learn Meditation GREENWICH Seventy Main and Align Again Yoga will start a six-week meditation course for adults, couples and teens, starting Tuesday, April 22. The lessons will be held each Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Seventy Main in Greenwich. Register in advance at info@ seventymain.com or call 518692-7041. Non-driving teens

GLENS FALLS The Adirondack Voices, a 70-voice choir under direction of Penny Schiek, will hold their annual spring concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6 at Christ Church United Methodist at 54 Bay Street. The choir will be accompanied by Pianist Carol-Ann Elze-Sussdorf, and the theme of the concert will be music of American poets. Cost is $10 per person and tickets will be available at the door. For details, call 518-796-4648.

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Vendor Call Hoosick Falls Artisan and Exchange and Farmers' Market re-opens on Wednesday, May 7, offering both growers and craftsmen space to market wares in The Armory from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Vendors are sought. Cost is $5 rental of a 10-by-10 space. For details, call 518-6869050 or email contacthayc3@ gmail.com or visit www.hayc3. org.

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Beekeepers Meet MANCHESTER The Southern Ve r m o n t B e e ke e p e r s Association will hold its spring meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7 in the Manchester and the Mountains Chamber of Commerce on Bonnett Street in Manchester. For details, visit www.souther nvtbeekeepers. org.

Thursday8 Chorus Concert

Saturday May 10th at 7pm

ARLINGTON The Arlington Memorial High School and Middle School choruses will hold their annual spring choral concert at 5:30 and 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 8 in Mack Performing Arts Center. The twice-performed concert is free and open to the public.

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Meet the Candidate Old Time Refreshments & Ice Cream • 50/50 Raffle • Donkey sit-on prop for the kids

Granville Hook & Ladder 42 Quaker Street, Granville, NY Produced by: Steve “Skeeter” Morse • For more info call: 932-3620

FORT EDWARD Meet Matt Doheny, candidate for the 21st Congressional District, at the next meeting of the Washington County Tea Party Patriots at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 8 in Fort

KUBOTA MODEL ZG124E-48

KUBOTA MODEL BX1870V

Kubota Zero Turn Mower, 24 HP with 48” Mower Deck, 724CC Briggs & Stratton engine, Hydrostatic Drive

4WD Tractor, 3 Cylinder 18 HP diesel. Two Range Hydrostatic Transmission with Power Steering, 3 Point Hitch, 540 RPM pto, 54” mid mount 3 Blade Shaft Drive Mower.

Edward's Washington County Office Complex on Upper Broadway. Come with questions and be a part of a round table discussion.

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Spring Swing BENNINGTON The third annual Bennington Project Independence “Spring into Swing” Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, May 9 at Mt. Anthony Country Club in Bennington. (BPI provides care and services for the elderly, disabled young adults, and family caregivers.) For details, particularly tee-off times, call 802-4428136 or email info@bpiads.org, or visit www.bpiads.org.

Friday9 Little Learners GREENWICH Children involved in the Greenwich Public Library “Little Learners” program will take a trip to the village police station to find out if each “might want to be a police officer.” The trip will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, May 9. For details about the trip, and about the Little Learners Program, call the library at 518-692-7157.

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Virginia. To avoid a jail sentence, they were forced to leave their home state. The courageous couple fought this injustice all the way to the Supreme Court, where a landmark ruling in 1967 legalized interracial marriage. Villet’s photos of the Lovings have been loaned to the CCC by his wife Barbara, who resides in Shushan. During the reception, the documentary film “The Loving Story” by Nancy Buirski will be shown. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be on display until June 20. For more information, call 518-8547053.

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Mother-Daughter GREENWICH The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet of the United Methodist Women of the Centenary United Methodist Church on Gray Avenue in Greenwich will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 9 in the church. Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for children from 5 to 11 and under 4, free. Please make your reservations with Marie Dewey at 518695-6022 or Lillian Hakala at 518-692-2629 by Monday, May 5.

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Sale Landmark Exhibit Plant SCHAGHTICOKE The Hoosic SALEM The Great Hall of the Salem Courthouse Community Center will host the opening of an exciting new exhibit and documentary film on Friday, May 9 from 5 to 7 p.m., when the CCC presents “The Loving Story,” the plight of an interracial couple who married in Wa s h i n g t o n , D.C. in 1958. The story of Richard and M i l d r e d Loving was documented by the late LIFE magazine photographer Grey Villet. His haunting photographs brilliantly document the determination and strength of the couple, who were arrested when they returned to their home in

Valley School Garden will hold a Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, May 10 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. at the school, Route 67 and Pleasant Avenue. Home gardeners who wish to donate excess plants should pot and label them and drop them off on Friday, May 9 between 3 and 6:30 p.m. at the school garden, located between the bus garage and elementary school. For more information, email Garden@ hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us.

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Library Sale ARGYLE The Argyle Friends of the Library will host their annual plant and bake sale CONTINUED

AUCTION FARM EQUIPMENT

SATURDAY MAY 3RD, 2014 11:00AM SHARP 1215 VAUGHN ROAD, KINGSBURY, NY

Payments of $127.00 per month on new Kubota ZG124E-48 based on sales price of $4,529.00 with zero down, 0% APR for 36 months. Financing available from Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 DelAmo Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Payments do not include implements, set up, delivery, or local taxes where applicable. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 6/30/14. See dealership for details and other low-rate finance options.

Payments of $167.00 per month on new Kubota BX1870V based on sales price of $10,950.00 with $1000 down, 0% APR for 60 months. Financing available from Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 DelAmo Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Payments do not include implements, set up, delivery, or local taxes where applicable. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 6/30/2014. See dealership for details and other low-rate finance options.

KUBOTA MODEL L3200 HST 4WD Tractor, 3 Cylinder 32 HP Diesel. Three Range Hydrostatic Transmission, Power Steering, 3 Point Hitch, 540 RPM pto, LA524 Quick Attach Loader with Skid Steer Coupler. R4 Industrial Tires and Loaded Rear Tires with 66” Bucket.

Payments of $305.00 per month on new Kubota L3200HST based on sales price of $19,250.00 with $1000.00 down, 0% APR for 60 months. Financing available from Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 DelAmo Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Payments do not include implements, set up, delivery, or local taxes where applicable. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 6/30/2014. See dealership for details and other low-rate finance options.

KUBOTA MODEL L3540HST Grand L Kubota Tractor, 3 Cylinder 35 HP Diesel. Six Range Hydrostatic Transmission with Stall Guard and Auto Throttle. 540 RPM pto, LA724 Loader with Skid Steer Coupler, 6ft Bucket, R4 Industrial Tires, Loader Rear Tires. Only one at this price. *Advertised unit (a ROPS no cab model) not depicted in photo.

Tractors & Equipment NH TS115A Tractor cab, 4wd 3028 hrs.; NH TS115A Tractor cab, 4wd; NH 8770 Tractor cab, 4wd super steer, duals, 8118 hrs; Case/IH Magnum 7140 Tractor cab, 4wd; Case/IH Magnum 7140 Tractor, 4wd engine apart ; Case/ IH 5140 Tractor cab, 4wd 11283 hrs. not running; Ford TW-10 Tractor; White 2-135 Tractor cab, new clutch; NH DC 100 Dozer; NH LM640 Telehandler not running ; Case 430 Skid Steer 2514 hrs; Case 1845C Skid Steer Loader not running; NH L170 Skid Steer Loader not running; NH L170 Skid Steer Loader not running; Krause 4809 Chisel Plow; Case/IH 4400 Field Cultivator; Brillion Sub Soiler; Case/IH 3950 Wing Fold Disc Harrow; IH 470 Disc Harrow 14’; NH 7550 Discbine; IH 8860HP Self Propelled Windrower 1400 hrs.; NH 163 Hay Tedder; H & S M9 Windrow Merger; NH 166 Hay Inverter; NH 2100 Self Propelled Forage Harvester engine apart; NH 360N6 Cornhead; NH 346W Hayhead; NH 974N6 Combine Head; NH FP230 Forage Harvester w/processor; NH 360N3 Cornhead; NH 27P Hayhead; Richardton 700 Dump Wagon; Houle 4250 Liquid Manure Spreader; Houle Lagoon Manure Pump; Kuhn/Knight 8132 Slinger Manure Spreader; Knight 8140 Slinger Manure Spreader; Knight 3042 Mixer Wagon; Degelman 1246/57 Push Blade; LandPride RCP2660 Parallel Arm Mower 5’; Winkler Coverall Building 55’ x 80’ ( New ); ATI Bunk Silage Defacer; Rubber Tire Scraper; Mensh Sawdust Side Shooter; Mensh Sand Side Shooter; Windpower 50KW PTO Generator; Ajax 35KW PTO Generator; Calf Hutches; Steam Jenny Power Washer; Ford F-150 Pickup w/damage; Silage Dump Trucks IH S2500 Tandem axle; Brockway Tandem axle; GM Single axle; Autocar Tri axle; Ford L8000 Tandem axle; Kenworth Tri axle; IH tandem axle Sale Held By Kyle McPhail ( K-Hill Auction Service ) 518-573-0683 and Glenn McLenithan ( Cambridge Valley Livestock Market ) 518-677-8576 Cash or Good Check Day of Sale. Out of state buyer’s paying with check must have bank letter of guarantee made out to Cambridge Valley Livestock Market. ( No Buyer’s Premium )

Payments of $400.00 per month on new Kubota L3540HST based on sales price of $26,000.00 with $2000.00 down, 0% APR for 60 months. Financing available from Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 DelAmo Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Payments do not include implements, set up, delivery, or local taxes where applicable. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 6/30/2014. See dealership for details and other low-rate finance options.

5109 NY Rt 22 Salem, NY 12865 1-800-999-3276

Directions: From Hudson Falls follow State Route 4 North 2 miles, take left on Vaughn Rd. ( Co Rt. 35 ) follow for 4 miles to farm. Auctioneer’s Note: Very Important please visit www.auctionzip.com enter auctioneer id # 11699 or 37401 for updates and pictures. Some equipment needs major work and other is field ready ( WATCH WEBSITE OFTEN FOR CURRENT UPDATES & EQUIPMENT CONDITION )


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fundraiser from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 10 at the Argyle Rescue Squad on State Route 40 in Argyle. All proceeds benefit Friends of the Argyle Free Library. For details, call the library at 518-638-8911.

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Science Hike JACKSON Explore the wonders of our area in a woodland hike, as science educator Howard Romack leads an Outdoor Science Environmental Education Fieldtrip to Lake Lauderdale on Saturday, May 10 at 9:30 a.m. The hike is suitable for parents and children who are old enough to manage a moderate hike of about one mile. Participants should meet at the front entrance gate to Lake Lauderdale at 9:30 a.m. Among the activities scheduled are identification of plants and animals found in the park, the environmental factors that influence living things, and ecological concepts. Participants will also be introduced to a variety of invertebrates and vertebrates found in our region. Activities will end at 1:30 p.m. Everyone should bring a bag lunch, and wear comfortable

shoes. In case of rain, an alternate date will be determined. This “Super Science Saturday” event is sponsored by the Greenwich Library. To sign up, visit the library or call at 518-692-7157.

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Dinner Sale JOHNSONVILLE Giffys’ $10 take-out barbecue dinner and bake sale will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on May 10 at Christ Methodist Church at 22 Bridge Street in Johnsonville. Tickets should be purchased by May 6 by calling 518-265-6187. Bakers wishing to contribute should call 914-826-4085.

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Just Take-Out CAMBRIDGE A take-out-only chicken barbecue will be served from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 10 at The North Cambridge “Stump” Church, and the meal of a half-chicken, with sides, will be on a first-come, firstserved basis. Cost is $10. The church is located on Stump Church Road off County Route 74A. For details, call 518-6929391.

of the exotic, artistic furniture at 6 p.m. and bidding at 7 p.m. at the Hoosick Falls Armory. By Tuesday, April 29, “Hoosical Furnishings” will be on window display throughout the village prior to the auction. Cost is $20 for tickets. Call HAYC3 at 518-686-9050 for tickets. For more information, visit www. hayc3.org.

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Bands Battle FORT EDWARD Student bands from Washington, Saratoga and Warren Counties will battle it out at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 10, when a “Battle of the Bands” is waged at Little Theatre on the Farm on 27 Plum Road in Fort Edward. . To sign up to play, call Scott Franck at 518-632-5232 or call Linda Hermans at 518-747-3421. Or, for general information, visit www. littletheatre.27.org.

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Annual Auction HOOSICK FALLS The annual “Hoosical Furnishing Auction,” where artists accessorize home furniture, will be held on Saturday, May 10, with previews

PizzaJazz BigNight! FEATURING BRUCE WILLIAMSON wood-fired pizza by Scott Carrino & Friends

Granville Lions Club

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Huge Selectio n Colors & Styl of es!

OPEN MAY THRU LABOR DAY Fridays 5pm - 8pm Saturdays 10am-2pm

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Fine Furniture for Deck, Porch, Poolside Patio, Umbrellas & Tables

(DURING SALE HOURS)

Main Street, Granville, NY • www.granvillelions.org

Experience community in a unique venue, with exciting Jazz and exquisite Pizza! BYO Beverage!

FRIDAY, MAY 2

6:30-11:00 PM POMPANUCK FARM 494 Chestnut Hill Road Cambridge, NY

Tickets: $30 ($35 at the door) Students: $20 ($25 at the door)

The Area’s Best Selection of American Made Furniture Living Rooms • Dining Rooms Bedrooms • Accessories Outdoor Furniture • Mattresses Drexel-Heritage • Henredon • Mission Adirondack • Amish Craftsman • Shaker Leather Upholstery • Incredible Accessories

call 518-677-5552 • www.pompanuck.org www.pompanuckfarm.blogspot.com

DON’T MISS THIS AUCTION !!!!

Friday May 9th 2014 – 10AM

~ Eye On Business ~

120 Bromley Lane Granville NY

Something for everyone here, a 75 year accumulation! Pictures at www.macfaddens.com CONSTRUCTION EQ & TRUCKS: PowerScreen screening plant w/ Deutz diesel eng. in good working condition; Diamond 24in rock crusher w/ new JD diesel eng. in good working condition; Vermeer D6 directional boring machine on tracks; ’96 Ford dump truck w/ Cat dsl; Concrete buggy on tracks; DitchWitch boring machine on tracks; Cat power unit; (6) Kawasaki trash pumps; (4) power trowels; (2) air compressors; PortaPower; Concrete blankets; new set of skid steer tires & wheels; (2) Miller Welders; small roller; 2008 Cam Superline tilt trailer; EZ Go gas golf cart; Lots more not listed! FARM EQUIPT: Kubota L4300 4wd w/ ldr -200hrs- Brand New condition; Ford 1100 4wd w/ ldr; Ford 4000; Ford 3600; Fordson Super Major; Fordson Dexta; Ferguson 35; Nuffield; JD2010; JD M; Farmall 504 dsl; (2) JD 2010 dozers for parts; New Sitrex 3pt sicklebar mower; Woods finish mower; New 3pt rototiller; 6ft Bush Hog;Ford sickle mowers; IH baler; 3pt cultivators; Winpower PTO alternator; (2) woodsplitters; Lots more in the weeds !! OTHER ITEMS & LOTS OF IT !!!!!: 15 junk vehicles; 100 tons of scrap iron; 20 garden tractors of all kinds; Complete shop with all kinds of tools old and new including press, lathe, vises; wrenches; welders & more; (2) 1960 Diamond REO buses & one Ford school bus all full of parts, buses sell too; Several storage containers and outbuildings full of parts including engines, radiators, motorcycles, garden tractors & there will be much more found as we pull it all out !!!!! Auctioneer’s Note: Ron Jameson has decided to reduce his excess equipment inventory along with an elderly neighbor selling his lifetime accumulation of equipment and tools. Plan to be here, there is lots to see & buy when we line it up ! Inspection on Thursday May 8th ONLY !! Terms: All items sold as is. 10% buyer’s premium on all lots. Full payment on auction day by cash or good check. All equipment must be removed within one week.

Auction by: MacFadden & Sons Inc. Sharon Springs NY • 518-284-2090 • or www.macfaddens.com

Hi, I’m Ed Peregrim, born in Glens Falls, NY the eldest of six boys. I graduated from Greenwich Ed Peregrim High School and spent my summer vacations on the family farm, so I’ve been around machinery all my life. After high school I served with the Air Force as a weapons mechanic during the Vietnam War. Upon returning home I joined the workforce and over the years worked as a mechanic, as a heavy equipment operator, and in a machine shop. Besides being a husband, father and mechanic, I’m also the Maintenance person at our church. In 2003, I decided to take my experience and put it to work for me and established Bacon Hill Repairs. I am located on Stonebridge Road, 2 miles north of Schuylerville on Route 32. Working from my home, I provide in-shop and road service, as well as pickup and delivery services. And to help spread the wealth I offer a Senior Citizen discount and a customer referral discount. When in the area give me a call anytime at 518-695-5522 or 518-812-8310.


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Memberships Available Single: $550 / Family: $900 / Junior: $180 WEEK DAYS 9 Holes w/Cart: $22, 18 Holes w/Cart: $27 WEEKENDS 9 Holes w/Cart: $23, 18 Holes w/Cart : $30 MONDAY & TUESDAY SPECIAL: $20 between 7AM-1PM, 18 Holes with Cart!

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“RANDOM SELECTIONS” features nine gallery-affiliated artists. Their eclectic presentation runs from April 12 through May 17 at North Main Gallery, 196 N Main Street (Route 22), Salem NY (Washington County.) Information: North Main Gallery & Studio • 518-854-3406 196 North Main Street, PO Box 327, Salem NY 12865 Regular Hours: Tues through Fri, 11:30am-4:30pm Saturday 10am-3pm; Other times by appointment

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Gallery Associates: Alan Hutchinson, Cathy Daughton, Karen Brown, Ruth Sauer

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NEW FARMHOUSE FURNITURE BEING BUILT WEEKLY! Dry Sinks • Pantry Cabinets Farm Tables • Harvest & Sofa Tables Jams • Jellies • Rag Rugs & Fabric Antique Doors/Shutters

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Fragrant Roses • Beautiful Lilacs Endless Summer & Blushing Bride Hydrangea White Flower Farm Flowering Shrubs & Perennials Colorful Hanging Baskets • Fruit Trees & Berries Bird Baths • Gazing Balls • Garden Accessories

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Watch for our Extended Hours after Memorial Day!

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“You never know what might come out of the hat!”

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“OUT OF THE ATTIC” George’s art c1978-1987

April 25th to May 28th ART RECEPTION: May 23, 6-8pm

McCartee’s Barn

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Bill and Sue Clary Proprietors

23 East Broadway Salem, NY • 518-854-3857 Barn Open weekends In the House Open everyday but Monday salemgrayman@hotmail.com

Mother’s Day & Graduation gifts available Planning a Wedding? Custom wedding bands & attendants’ gifts Coordinate gifts to wedding colors BATTERY REPLACEMENT Hours 9:00-4:30 Mon-Fri OBA • 518.854.3237 91 East Broadway, Salem NY 12865

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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR MOTHER’S DAY, MAY 11!

We Have an Amazing Selection! Home Decor • Candles Wall Art • Canvas Prints Braided Rugs • Handbags Scarves and so much more!

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"Spirit of Johnny Cash" to perform in benefit concert Greenwich, NY April 6, 2014 – Nashville country music press hails this show as a must see/hear to believe. We believe you’ll be talking about this one long after you stand and applaud for an encore. “The Spirit of Johnny Cash” - Harold Ford, featuring Laura Lucy as June Carter and the Cash Band are appearing in a special Cambridge Lions Club sponsored Benefit Concert at the Greenwich Elks Club on Saturday May 17 at 7pm.

The Spirit of Johnny Cash is a concert dedicated to the extraordinary music of Johnny Cash. Mr. Ford’s performance as a Johnny Cash Tribute Artist is exceptional; his striking resemblance to Mr. Cash elevates him to a class of his own. If you call yourself a fan of Country Music, you can’t afford to miss this show! Harold enlisted the outstanding talents of Laura Lucy as June Carter and

assembled The Cash Band, an exceptionally talented team of professional musicians who create the classic sound of Johnny’s Band. The Cash Band consists of Sten Isaschen - lead guitar, Mitch Throop - upright bass, Peter Maine - drums and Les Wheeler - rhythm guitar, harmonica. With 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members worldwide, Lions Clubs make up the world’s largest service club organization. Our members

do whatever is needed to help their local communities; with children who need eyeglasses, seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet. The Cambridge Lions Club has been serving the citizens of Cambridge, Salem, Shushan, White Creek and Buskirk since 1934 with one hundred percent of donations being contributed back to families and individuals who need it in our community. The Spirit of Johnny Cash

will be held on Saturday May 17 at 7 p.m. at the Greenwich Elks Club, located at 30 Bulson Road and Route 40, Greenwich, New York. Admission is $20 and doors open at 6 p.m.; cash bar and light food menu available as well as raffles and souvenirs. For concert and ticket information, contact Lion Amber Marriott at 518-6772642. Tickets are also available for sale at Glens Falls National Bank and O’Hearn’s Pharmacy in Cambridge.


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