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15 FRIDAY Festival Now in its 26th year, the Whipple City Festival has become the premier event to kick off summer in Southern Washington County. On Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, the Village of Greenwich will once again host a weekend of live music, great food and drink, children’s activities, historical re-enactment, artisans and commercial vendors, a 5/10K race, free horse-drawn wagon rides, and more. Festivities begin Friday when a “History & Heritage” themed parade steps off at 6 p.m. from the K-Mart Plaza in Greenwich. A Children’s Zone with activities will be set up on Academy Street from 6 to 10 p.m. while Buck2Fifty performs at Mowry Park. Saturday will feature food vendors, local brews and wine and an artisan market with activities throughout the day. The Human Foosball Tournament will be held next to the Village Hall from 1 to 4:30 p.m. and live music in Mowry Park begins at 4 p.m. with The Roadside Blues Band followed by Eastbound Jesus at 7 p.m. Schedule and information: www.greenwichchamber.org and on their Facebook page.
Film/Music Local cellist and composer John Anthime Miller and sound designer Curtis F. Jones will premiere their new collaborative score for the 1922 German horror film by F.W. Murnau “Nosferatu,” with a screening of the silent film and a live performance of the score at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 15 at The Strand Theater in Hudson Falls. “Nosferatu” is an unauthorized film adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.” It was nearly lost to history when Stoker’s estate sued to have all copies of the film destroyed. A few copies of the film managed to survive and it went on to become one of the most influential films of all time. Tickets at the door: $12, $10 students and seniors. Information: www.mystrandtheater.org or 518-832-3484. The Strand Theater, 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, N.Y.
Film Bancroft Public Library in Salem will be showing “FairyTale: A True Story” on Friday, June 15 at 6 p.m. in the Proudfit Hall Community Room. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own snacks and a drink, and friends, and settle in to watch a great movie and gear up for the Salem Area Faerie Fest which will be happening on Saturday. There will also be fairythemed books available for checkout from the library with a valid library card. Information: 518-854-7463 or www.bancroftlibrary.org. Bancroft Public Library, 181 Main St., Salem, N.Y.
Free Opera A special free Hubbard Hall Opera Event will be held at The Argyle Brewing Company’s Cambridge Tasting Room at the Train Depot on Friday, June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. Hubbard Hall will offer a sneak preview of “The Falling and the Rising,” a new American opera opening in September. Seagle Music Colony executive director Darren Woods will present the company and share insights into the artistic process. Beer and wine will be served at an additional cost. All are invited for a fun evening of beautiful operatic song and conversation. Information: www.hubbardhall.org or 518-677-2495. Argyle Brewing Company, 6 Broad St., Cambridge, N.Y.
Theater The 24th season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival will kick off with the romantic musical, “Some Lovers,” at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls, June 15-23. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20. “Some Lovers” follows the story of a couple caught between their present and their past. With all-new music from the legendary Burt Bacharach, this captivating tale leaps across time as an unforgettable melody transports these lovers back to their younger selves. “Some Lovers” marks Burt Bacharach’s first new score in 50 years. Tickets: $34-$45. Purchase: www.ATFestival.org or 518-4804878. Charles R. Wood Theater, 207 Glen St., Glens Falls, N.Y.
Concert The Granville Area Chorus concert will be held at the South Granville Congregational Church on Friday, June 15, at 7 p.m. The concert will feature songs, hymns, and spirituals in a variety of styles both traditional and modern. Directed by Crystal Everdyke and accompanied by Barbara Chellis, the 30-voice choir begins the program arrayed around the audience. In the traditional “For All the Saints” the audience will be invited to join on the last verse. “O Come Let Us Sing” follows, then the chorus will take their places on the altar to continue the program, which will include the rousing “Halleluiah Amen” by G.F. Handel. The final piece on the program is the moving “Raise Your Hands,” a modern piece that is an invitation to maintain a steady course no matter what life throws at us. Admission is free. Reception will follow in the church hall. South Granville Congregational Church, 7179 Route 149, South Granville, N.Y.
16 SATURDAY Arts Festival The 47th annual LARAC June Arts Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday,
June 16 and 17, in City Park, downtown Glens Falls. The festival features about 150 exhibitors offering shoppers a variety of products such as jewelry, home items, food items, fine art, textiles, garden decorations and more. The festival also includes arts demonstrations, children’s activities, food concessions and live entertainment by local musicians. Free admission. Rain or shine. Information: www.larac.org.
PetAPalooza Curtis Lumber’s 9th annual PetAPalooza Pet Adoption Day will be held at select Curtis Lumber locations on Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. PetAPalooza offers the perfect opportunity to mingle with shelter and rescue pets in a fun, friendly environment and meet local veterinarians, groomers, pet sitters and more. Many pet service providers will be offering discounts off their services. At the Curtis Lumber in Ballston Spa, WTEN meteorologist Steve Caporizzo and the WTEN Pet Connection will be there in addition to more than 50 participants including animal shelters, veterinarians and animal product vendors. A free five-pound bag of cat or dog food will be provided with each adoption. Other area venues are in Hoosick and East Greenbush. Information: Jennifer Stickney at 518-490-1441 or www. clpetapalooza.com. Curtis Lumber, 885 State Rt. 67, Ballston Spa, N.Y.
Band The Strand Theater in Hudson Falls presents Professor Louie & The Crowmatix on Saturday, June 16 at 8 p.m. The Grammy-nominated Woodstock, New York, group has a repertoire steeped in rock ‘n roll, blues, gospel and American roots music. Tickets: $15, $12 seniors and students. Information and reservations: 518-832-3484 or www. mystrandtheater.org. Tickets available at the door. The Strand Theater, 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, N.Y.
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Quilt/Art Show “Reflections of Old Shushan,” a quilt/art/antique show, will be held at the Shushan United Presbyterian Church on Saturday, June 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The art of quilt-making tells the story of America’s early days and travel westward. Log Cabin, Rocky Road, Grandmother’s Garden, Lone Star and other patterns survive as a testament to the courage and ingenuity of brave pioneer women. The same artistry and skill is used by women today who carry on this tradition. Exhibited along with the quilt display will be works of art by area talent, in addition to antiques which will bring to mind past years of Shushan’s role in industry and community life. A light luncheon will be served at noon. Show and luncheon are free. Donations gratefully accepted. Shushan United Presbyterian Church, 730 County Route 64, Shushan, N.Y.
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Strawberry Fest The Schaghticoke Strawberry Festival will take place on Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 50 artisans and craftspeople will gather together and exhibit their talents, in addition to food, children’s activities and live entertainment. The event promises a day full of fun for the entire family.
History Talk On Saturday, June 16 at 1 p.m. the Pember Library in Granville will present “The Winds of Change: The Evolution of Warfare as Experienced by the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry.” Was the American Civil War the last Napoleonic War or a modern war? What transformations took place between 18621865 that changed warfare as experienced by the Washington County Boys during their service in the federal army? The presenter is Michael
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Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Whipple City 5K-10K. The 5K race will begin in front of the Greenwich Middle School on Gray Avenue at 8:30 a.m. and travel north along Gray Ave onto North Road, then back down Gray Avenue. The 10K route will continue further on country roads. Following the race, children under the age of 12 are encouraged to participate in the free 1K Fun Run. 5K registrations are $30. 10K registrations are $40. Registration for both races begins at 7:30 a.m. Registration: runsignup.com, or at www.greenwichchamber. org, or by picking up a form at the Greenwich Chamber office, Helping Hands Physical Therapy, or the Battenkill YMCA.
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Food Sale The Salem Seniors are sponsoring a food sale to be held in front of Salem Hardware on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. until “sell-out.” There will be a variety of foods and baked goods available. All are invited to come and pick up some goodies to take home for Father’s Day. Salem Hardware, 200 Main St., Salem, N.Y.
Fishing Tourn The Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club in Victory will hold a Bass Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 16 at Fish Creek from 9P bridge to the last barrier before the Hudson River. Fish must be weighed in at the Gun Club no later than 2 p.m. $15 entry fee per person, 100 percent payback. Drinks, hot dogs, burgers, and fries may be purchased from the club. A fish fry will be held at the club after weigh-in. Information: Art at 518-6959407. Pay entry fee at the club or mail form and fee to Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club. Everyone is welcome. Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club, 121 Route 32, Schuylerville, N.Y.
Music Salem Art Works presents Music on the Hill, a familyfriendly evening of music and food at the top of the Cary Hill Sculpture Park on Saturday, June 16, starting at 4 p.m. Music by the local band, The North & South Dakotas, will start at 5 p.m. Area food vendors will be on hand selling delicious edibles, or guests may bring their own food. Local craft beer from R&S Taylor will be available for purchase. Note: No outside alcoholic beverages will be permitted. The mobile glass furnace will be fired up so guests can make a glass marble, ornament or cup for an additional fee. The event is free. Admission to Music on the Hill is by donation. Salem Art Works, 19 Cary Lane, Salem N.Y. Shuttle service and parking at the back of the campus.
Music Fort Salem Theater presents the Whiskey River Band on Saturday, June 16 at 7 p.m. The band’s repertoire features the classic country of their youth and that of their loyal following. Whiskey River prides itself on its country western roots by playing familiar songs from artists such as Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson, George Jones, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and more. Special season-opening price: $10. Information: 518-854-9200 or www.fortsalemtheater.com. Fort Salem Theater, 11 E. Broadway, Salem, N.Y.
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fairy dress-up, a guided fairy house tour, fairy tea party and a fairy parade will be held throughout the day. Free. Meet at Faerydale on Main Street in Salem for a map and schedule of events. Information: 518-6835027.
Fairy Exhibit The Georgi Museum in Shushan presents “Fairies in the Hamlet” opening Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., kicking off two days of programs, workshops, fairy dances and an exhibit of “fairy dwellings” throughout Georgi Community Park, created by area artists and artisans. On Saturday, visitors can make their own fairy house, meet Fairy Ladyslipper and craft their own floral garland. Gnomes, goblins and ogres are invited, too. The festivities and exhibit will continue on Monday, June 18, with dances by Hubbard Hall Irish Dancers and Susi Shoes Dancers and drumming with Rural Soul at 7:30 p.m., ending with a Sunset Luminary Launch. The outdoor exhibit will remain in the park through the month of July. Suggested donation: $10 per car. Information and schedule of events: www.thegeorgi.com or 518-854-3773. The Georgi, 21 Adams Lane, Shushan, N.Y.
Bark & Tattoo Bark, Brew & Tattoo is a charity event that will benefit three local animal shelters that particularly house many Pit Bulls. The event will take place on Saturday, June 16 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Saratoga Springs City Center. The goal of the event is to raise advocacy for Pit Bulls and continue to fight against the breed discrimination. The event will feature professional tattoo companies, live music, local breweries, food, vendors and pet adoption booths. There will also be education-
al booths, vendors, face painting, photography, live music, special guest speakers sharing their amazing Pit Bull stories and more. This event is dog friendly to well-behaved canines. Visit the Bark, Brew & Tattoo Facebook page for more information. Saratoga Springs City Center, 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Bigfoot Book Brian and Sue Gosselin will be signing copies of their book, “Abair Road The True Story” which relates Brian’s close-up encounter with a Bigfoot-type creature in Whitehall. The book launch will take place on Saturday, June 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Big Apple Diner in Whitehall. Brian was a police officer at the time and his encounter has become the subject matter for numerous television programs, documentaries, and published books and articles across the country. Most recently, Brian was featured in the documentary film, “The Beast of Whitehall,” filmed by Seth Breedlove of Small Town Monsters. Information: email@example.com. Big Apple Diner, 11850 Route 4, Whitehall, N.Y.
Driving Class The Schuylerville Safety Group will hold its next workshop for Defensive Driving on Saturday, June 16 from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Schuylerville Insurance. Participants can save 10 percent on their base auto insurance and receive up to 4 points off their driving record. Registration: 518-6954665. Schuylerville Insurance, 144 Broad St, Schuylerville, N.Y.
Breakfast The Valley Falls VFW Post 1938 located on Poplar Avenue is hosting a benefit for Eddy Brown on Saturday June 16 from 2 to 10 p.m. Bands, food, games, raffle baskets and more.
Adults $20, kids $10. VFW Post 1938, 242 Poplar Ave., Valley Falls, N.Y.
Student Dance Hubbard Hall presents their annual Dance Showcase on Saturday, June 16 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Hoosick Falls Central School. The performance celebrates the work – and dance – of Hubbard Hall’s many dance students and teachers. Performances include ballet, Bollywood, hip hop, Irish step and tap. Part One begins at 4 p.m., Part Two begins at 7 p.m. One ticket for both performances. Tickets: $10, $5 students 11 and up, $2 youth aged 6-10. Free for kids 5 and under. Reservations and information: www.hubbardhall.org or 518677-2495. Hoosick Falls Central School, 21187 Route 22, Hoosick Falls, N.Y.
Tag Sale The Arlington Center Community House is holding a Community Bazaar and Tag Sale on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All kinds of treasures, from household to garage, can be found. Games, toys, antiques, crafts, baked goods and hot dogs too. Information: 802-375-2344. Arlington Community House, 3854 Main St., Arlington, Vt.
Breakfast The Peniel Presbyterian Church in Granville will hold a pancake breakfast on Saturday June 16 from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. The menu includes pancakes, real maple syrup, scrambled eggs, sausage, orange juice and coffee or tea. The cost is $6 for adults, $3 for ages 5-12 and free for age 4 and younger. Peniel Presbyterian Church, 4 Quaker St., Granville, N.Y.
Art Opening The Laffer Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition “Concepts & Color” featuring artists James Paterson, Victoria Crowell and Wendy Ide Williams. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. including conversation with the artists, refreshments and works of art. The exhibition explores the question, “What is color to an artist?” Paterson makes abstract “mobiles” that defy gravity and seemingly float in space as color defines space. Wendy Williams’ wild abstract forms are made cohesive and linked together through color. Crowell’s colors sharpen the three-dimensional space her porcelain works occupy. The show will continue through July 22. Information: 518-695-318 or www.thelaffergallery.com. The Laffer Gallery, 96 Broad St., Schuylerville, N.Y.
Breakfast St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Fair Haven, Vermont, will hold a breakfast on Saturday, June 16 from 8 to 10 a.m. The menu included farm-fresh eggs, sausage, homemade biscuits and preserves, juice, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate in a friendly, family-style atmosphere. Price: $1 per person, kids 14 and under are free. Handicapped accessible on Allen Street. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church,
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Walking Tour A walking tour of “Historic Fires in Greenwich” will be held on Saturday, June 16, at 12:30 p.m., led by Sandy McReynolds, IVH Gill Room Historian. The tour starts at the Greenwich Free Library parking lot and ends at the Rough and Ready Firehouse Museum. Information: 518-6927157. Greenwich Free Library, 148 Main St., Greenwich, N.Y.
History Talk Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, June 16, at 1 p.m. at the Saratoga Town Hall in Schuylerville. Program speaker will be Aaron Noble, a New York State Museum historian and curator of the exhibit, “A Spirit of Sacrifice: New York State in the First World War.” Noble’s research examines the pivotal role of New Yorkers through industrial, charitable, and civic involvement. Public is welcome. Information: 518587-2978. Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Routes 4 and 29, Schuylerville, N.Y.
17 SUNDAY Puppet Show The Pawlet Public Library presents an old-fashioned puppet show by Modern Times Theater on Sunday, June 17, from 3 to 5 p.m. Mr. Punch sings his way through trouble, adventure and triumph in “That’s What I Call Sweet Music: The Troubles and Travails of Puppetry’s Favorite Loudmouth, Mr. Punch.” In addition to the puppet show, the program features a mini-concert performed on the cornet, ukulele, upright bass, five string banjo, bicycle pump, and homemade instruments. The program is free. Information: www.pawletpubliclibrary.wordpress.com or 802325-3123. Pawlet Public Library, 141 School St., Pawlet, Vt.
The menu will include eggs, sausage, bacon, pancakes, home fries and refreshments. Price: $10, $5 for children 10 and under. Information: Jeremy Gillis at 518-681-1206. Salem Fire House, 53 South Main St., Salem, N.Y.
Nature Program The Pember Museum will open the historic Porter Schoolhouse on Sunday, June 17 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. where Beth Moser-Duquette will present a program on Introduction to Ornithology. Visitors will learn to identify birds by wing shape, beak differences, tails and talons. There will be a discussion on the changes birds have made to adapt to their environment. A bird list will be handed out for a scavenger hunt as participants hike in search for birds in trees and flight. Participants may stop by any time during the hours of operation for this free program. Information: 518-642-1515. Porter Schoolhouse, Pember Nature Preserve, 61 S. Grimes Hill Road, Route 22, Granville (Hebron), N.Y.
Breakfast The members of Victor Lodge of Schaghticoke are hosting a breakfast on Sunday, June 17 at the lodge on Route 67 in Schaghticoke. The menu will be pancakes, Belgian waffles, Knickerbocker souffle, scrambled eggs, potatoes with and without onions, sausage, bacon, juice and coffee. Serving is buffet style from 7:30 to 11 a.m. The public is invited to enjoy breakfast and good company.
Concert On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, the Strand Theater welcomes the Ray Alexander Jazz Piano Trio for a 3 p.m. performance. Ray Alexander has been performing at the Sagamore Resort in Bolton Landing regularly since 1985 and at many other events, including the Lake George Jazz Weekend. The main ensemble consists of Ray Alexander on piano, Greg Brown on bass, and Ted Mackenzie on drums. Price: $12, $10 seniors and
Father’s Day The Salem Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting its first Father’s Day Breakfast on Sunday June 17 from 7:30 to 11 a.m. at the Salem Fire House.
and talk baseball. Information: 518-692-7157. Greenwich Free Library, 148 Main St., Greenwich, N.Y.
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Breakfast The Gansevoort Volunteer Fire Department will host its monthly all-you-can-eat Country Breakfast on Sunday, June 17 from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Gansevoort Firehouse on Route 32N, Gansevoort, N.Y. Donations: Adult $9, seniors 55+ $8.50, children 6-12 years $7 and kids 5 years and under are free. Concert Little Theater on the Farm in Fort Edward presents A Roy Orbison Retrospective by Dr. Bruce on Sunday, June 17, at 2 p.m. Bruce W. Bumstead, DVM, aka MangyMilkbone, started taking guitar lessons when he was in the third grade. After retirement in 2013, Dr. Bruce started working on The Roy Orbison Project. Dr. Bruce will be backed up by Arlin Greene on bass and Bob Tressler on drums. $10 recommended donation, $7 for seniors and students. Refreshments and 50/50, baked goods raffle available. Information: www.littletheater27.org or 518-747-3421. Little Theater on the Farm, 27 Plum Road, Fort Edward, N.Y.
Baseball Talk A “Baseball Doubleheader” will take place at the Greenwich Library on Monday, June 18, from 6 to 9 p.m. Attendees will meet the authors of “Empty Seats” and “The Comeback Coach.” Wanda Adams Fischer began following baseball in 1956 when she was just shy of her eighth birthday. Coach Jesse Braverman was inducted into the New York State Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015. All are invited to come
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“Living with Cancer” is a monthly support group in Schaghticoke for patients, survivors, caregivers and loved ones. Next meeting is Monday, June 18 at 7 p.m. Information: Facilitator Ted Wright at 240595-4511. Presbyterian Church, north end of the long bridge on NY-40, Schaghticoke, N.Y.
Fall Prevention The Washington County Office for the Aging Nutrition Program and HCR Home Care is holding a lunch and a Fall Prevention workshop in Monday, June 18 at noon at the Bancroft Library/Proudfit Hall in Salem. Reservations are required. Contact Cait Johnston at 518-746-2420 ext.3440 by Friday, June 15. Suggested donation is $3 for diners age 60 and over. Required contribution of $5 for diners under age 60. Bancroft Public Library/Proudfit Hall, 181 S. Main St., Salem, N.Y.
20 WEDNESDAY Alzheimer’s An Alzheimer’s Association Workshop #2 The Basics will be held at the Cambridge Library on Wednesday, June 20 at 11 a.m. Attendees will learn the facts about Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and memory loss. This program provides information on detection, causes and risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment and more. Information: 518-677-2443. Cambridge Library, 21 W. Main St., Cambridge, N.Y. Model Trains The Upstate Model Railroaders Club will host their monthly open house on Wednesday, June 20, from 7 to 9 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to bring the family and visit the layouts with trains in operation. Members are always on hand to answer questions. Directions and map available on the website at www.upstatemodelrailroaders.com. Look for the lighted “OPEN” sign. Upstate Model Railroaders Club, 22 Hudson Falls Road, South Glens Falls, N.Y.
Bluegrass Jam Summer Concert The Castleton Summer Concert Series will take place Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Castleton Pavilion, Castleton University. Rain or Shine. On June 19, Extra Stout will perform. Free and open to the public. Information: castleton.edu/ concerts or 802-468-6039.
Little Theater on the Farm in Fort Edward presents A Country Bluegrass Jam by Dr. Bruce on Wednesday, June 20, at 7 p.m. Musicians are welcome and the public invited. Refreshments and 50/50 baked goods raffle available. Admission is free, donations appreciated. Information: www.littletheater27.org or 518747-3421. Little Theater on the Farm, 27 Plum Road, Fort Edward, N.Y.
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21 THURSDAY Musical Jam Do you play an instrument, like to sing or just really love music? Would you like to make music with other local musicians? Easton Library will be sponsoring a Musical Jam on Thursday, June 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Burton Hall in Greenwich. Cliff DeCarlo, local guitar enthusiast, will be leading the session. All ages and skill levels are welcome to bring their instrument, acoustic or electric, their voice or their sense of rhythm to collaborate. Snacks will be served. This is a free program. Information: 518-692-2253. Burton Hall, 1071 State Route 40, Greenwich, N.Y.
Painting Party The Strand Theater in Hudson Falls is hosting its first-ever painting party on Thursday, June 21 at 6:30 p.m. Painting instructor Alice Huntington will show how to paint a complete picture of the well-known Hudson Falls landmark, Juckett Park. The painting will also include the beautiful tulips seen in the park. General admission is $40 which includes all painting supplies. This event is a fundraiser for the Strand Theater. Reservations: Alice at 518-3212861. Information: www.mystrandtheater.org. The Strand Theater, 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, N.Y.
Film Series The Lakes Region Film Society will show a film on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Wells Town Hall on Vermont Route 30 in Wells, Vermont. The films are a curated mix of best foreign movies, American award winners, classics, new films, documentaries and comedies. The society is a non-profit organization and all are welcome. Information: lrfilmsoc@ gmail.comor 802-287-6101.
Vets Lunch The Ch. 60, Korean War Veterans Assoc., will be holding their June luncheon at The Peppermill Restaurant in South Glens Falls, at noon on Thursday, June 21. The group will be ordering off the menu. Hosts are Patti and Gene Slavin. Reservations: 518-7932358 by June 19. All veterans who served anywhere during the Korean War, in Korea at any time, spouses, widows, friends and relatives are all invited to attend. New members always welcome. Information or an application to join the organization: Comm. Roger Calkins at 518584-2037. Peppermill Restaurant, 110 Main St., South Glens Falls, N.Y.
Film Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County presents a film screening and panel discussion of “Food Evolution” by Academy Award-nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy. The
film will be held on Thursday, June 21 at 6 p.m. at the Tamarac Middle/High School in Troy. Amidst a brutally polarized debate marked by passion, suspicion and confusion, “Food Evolution” is a fully independent investigation into the topic of GMOs including experts on both sides of the aisle and all points of view. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets $3 advance, $5 at the door. Information and tickets: 518-272-4210 or mmp74@cornell. edu. Tamarac Middle/High School Auditorium, 3992 Route 2, Troy, N.Y.
GlassBarge The Corning Museum of Glass will tour the waterways of eastern New York State with its GlassBarge, a 30-by-80-foot canal barge equipped with glassmaking equipment that will be making a stop at Riverfront Park in Troy on Thursday, June 21 to Friday, June 22. Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s canal schooner Lois McClure will accompany the GlassBarge and visitors can see live glass-blowing demonstrations and tour the schooner. GlassBarge will be open for free 30-minute glassblowing demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Seating is limited and guests are strongly encouraged to register online for specific demonstration locations and times. For the full schedule and tickets, visit www.cmog. org/glassmaking/demos/hotglass-demos/glassbarge or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-723-9156.
Summer Concert Fair Haven’s Concert in the Park will be held on Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m., featuring the honky-tonk sound of the Starline Rhythm Boys. The band performs vintage country, honky-tonk and rockabilly music with strong country harmony duet vocals. Their repertoire consists of superb originals as well as great covers of both classic and obscure numbers. Hot dogs, soda, water and popcorn will be available for purchase as well as drawings for door prizes. Rain location is the Congregational Church at the north end of the park. Concert line for rain: 802-265-3010 ext. 301.
Nature Walk Slate Valley Trail’s Val Titus will lead a Family Nature Walk on Thursday, June 21 at 10 a.m. Group will meet at the Shaw’s parking lot in Poultney and stroll along the Poultney River and Rail Trail. All events are free and open to the public. Visit slatevalleytrails.org for trail description. Contact info@ slatevalleytrails.org for further information. Shaw’s parking lot, 55 Depot St., Poultney Vt.
Farmers Market The Lakes Region Farmers Market opens for the season on Thursday, June 21. It takes place every Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., June 21 through Oct. 4, at the north side of Main Street off Route 30 in Poultney, Vermont. Information: 802-2870389 or 802-468-5805 or email email@example.com or visit Facebook.com/poultneyfarmersmarket.
22 FRIDAY Book Launch Northshire Bookstore in Manchester presents a book launch, “Going Up The Country: When The Hippies, Dreamers, Freaks, and Radicals Moved to Vermont,” by author Yvonne Daley on Friday, June 22 at 6 p.m. Daley has written a cleareyed analysis of the counterculture movement in Vermont. This movement brought hippies, back-to-the-landers, political radicals, sexual libertines and utopians to a previously conservative state that led us to farm to table, Bernie Sanders and the progressive politics of today. Yvonne Daly is a professor of journalism and Director of the Green Mountain Writer’s Conference. Information: 800-437-3700 or www.northshire.com. Northshire Bookstore, 4869 Main St., Manchester Center, Vt.
Dock Party Wiawaka Center for Women in Lake George is holding its Third Annual Dock Party & Season Kick-off BBQ on Friday, June 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. The party will feature a lakeside meal and complimentary wine and beer. A jazz trio, featuring Eileen Mack and Bill and Peg Delaney, will offer smooth music for an enjoyable evening at Wiawaka. There will be raffles as well. This is a 21+ event, both men and women are welcome. Tickets are $30. Information and tickets: 518668-9690 or www.wiawaka.org. Wiawaka Center for Women, 3778 NY-9L, Lake George, N.Y.
23 SATURDAY Wine & Food Fest The 4th annual Adirondack Wine & Food Festival returns to the Lake George on Saturday June 23 and Sunday June 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The Festival will showcase some of the best wineries, breweries, distilleries, artisan food vendors, crafts and food trucks the region has to offer. New this year is a Culinary Tent, featuring cooking demonstrations as well as local bartenders demonstrating unique cocktail recipes. For families, a kids activity tent will be available to enjoy on-site. Tickets are $27 pre-sale and $35 at the door. Kids 15 and under are free, designated driver and underage tickets are available. VIP tasting ticket: $50. Information and tickets: www.adirondackwineandfoodfestival.com. Charles R. Wood Festival Commons, 17 West Brook Road, Lake George, N.Y.
All About Elvis On Saturday, June 23 at 8 p.m., the Strand Theater in Hudson Falls will present All About Elvis, featuring a live concert with Rex and the Rockabilly Kings plus a short documentary film, “200 Cadillacs.” Rex Fowler of Aztec TwoStep fame has a unique show that pays homage to the legacy of Elvis Aaron Presley. The show includes a screening of Rex’s critically acclaimed 45-minute Presley documentary film, “200 Cadillacs,” followed by a live concert featuring his band, Rex & The Rockabilly Kings. The group will perform authentic renditions of Elvis’ early classics from 1954 to the early 60s, accompanied by a multimedia slide show. Tickets: $25. Tickets will be available at the door and online at www.brownpapertickets. com. Information: 518-832-3484 or www.mystrandtheater.org. The Strand Theater, 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, N.Y.
Yard Sale The 11th annual Castleton Town Wide Yard Sale will be held on Saturday June 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 50 vendors will be selling their wares at the Castleton Community Center in addition to homes, businesses and organizations throughout Castleton. Maps will be available at the Center on yard sale day. Information: 802-468-3093. Castleton Community Center, 2108 Main St., Castleton, Vt.
Cabaret Fort Salem Theater presents “Couples: A Cabaret” on Saturday, June 23 at 8 p.m. and Sunday June 24 at 2 p.m. This cabaret celebrates the musical talents of two pairs of married performers: the Fort’s Lynne and Jay Kerr who will join Catskill celebrities, soprano Alison Davy and composer Carmen Borgia. Davy sings eclectic and irreverent songs by Borgia, her ukulele virtuoso husband. The two composers will accompany their wives and one another. Tickets: $20. Information: 518854-9200 or www.fortsalemtheater.com. Fort Salem Theater, 11 E. Broadway, Salem, N.Y.
Fairy Exhibit The Georgi Museum in Shushan will present an exhibit of elaborate Fairy Homes by Helen Greene and Sarah Jane Cormier, along with naturethemed sculpture by Patty Happy, on Saturday June 23 and Sunday June 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days. Also on exhibit are Medieval and Renaissance Italian Panel Paintings and gems/minerals from the Georgi Collection. $5 suggested donation. Information: 518-854-3773 or www.thegeorgi.com. Georgi Museum, 28 Adams Lane, Shushan, N.Y.
Art Exhibit The Vermont Pastel Society is holding their member exhibition at the Chaffee Art Center in Rutland from June 23-July 21. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 23 from 2 to 6 p.m. The exhibition will showcase a wide range of work from 40 pastel artists from throughout
the state of Vermont. Painting the New England landscape “en plein air” is one common theme, while others include a variety of subjects. The reception is free, donations are welcome. Information: www.chaffeeartcenter.org or 802-775-0356. Chaffee Art Center, 16 South Main St., Rutland, Vt.
Bird Hike The Pember Museum announces Beth MoserDuquette will be at the historic Porter Schoolhouse in East Hebron on Saturday, June 23 at 10 a.m. for a bird hike. Attendees will discover birds that are nesting and learn about the many migrating birds in the area. There will be a discussion on bird signs. Following the hike, participants will make a nest using feathers and yarn. Supplies are provided and the program is free. Program lasts until noon. Information: 518-642-1515. Porter Schoolhouse 6937 NY 22, East Hebron (Granville), N.Y.
Summer Reading The Summer Reading Program for parents and children in grades K-6 will begin on Saturday, June 23, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Pember Library in Granville. The program is designed to encourage elementary- aged children to keep reading during summer vacation and will encompass all things rock from geology to Rock n’ Roll. A special craft will be available for children and delicious refreshments for all. Free. Preregistration is appreciated. Information: 518-642-2525. The Pember Library, 33 West Main St., Granville, N.Y.
24 SUNDAY Mushroom Talk Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning welcomes Ian Vair, chef and owner of Chaga Moon, for a workshop on foraging for wild mushrooms. The class will take place at Merck Forest and Farmland Center in Rupert on Sunday, June 24 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The wild mushroom adventure begins with a forage that will specialize on identifying various medicinal, toxic and choice wild mushrooms, coupled with safety, foraging tactics, traditional remedies and culinary uses, Cost: $15. Registration required. Information and registration: 802-867-0111 or www. greenmtnacademy.org. Merck Forest & Farmland Center, 3270 Route 315, Rupert, Vt.
Summer Concert The Village of Hoosick Falls will host a summer concert in the park at Wood Park on Saturday, June 23 at 4 p.m. featuring the Hill Hollow Band. The band features eight talented musicians blending bluegrass, folk, country and Americana. Food and beverages will be available during the concert. Information: Kevin O’Malley at
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Avoid a hot weather automotive breakdown Tires
When the weather warms, many people take to the outdoors to enjoy the sunshine and rising temperatures. Summer road trips or vacations are the norm, but it is important to realize that hot weather can take its toll even on a new, well-maintained vehicle. High temperatures can cause all sorts of damage to a vehicle, from zapping battery power to overtaxing the cooling system. Recognizing potential hot-weather risks and performing routine checks on the vehicle are the keys to keeping vehicles in top form.
Hot weather causes the pressure inside of tires to rise. Overinflated tires can wear down prematurely or result in blowouts. The Car Care Council recommends checking tire pressure routinely in the summer, when tires are cold. Follow the guidelines in the owner’s manual for recommended air pressure. Look for improper tread wear, weak spots or other tire damage that may end up causing flats.
Fluid levels Hot weather can put extra demand on all fluids and engine components. Check transmission fluid, power steering fluid, brake fluid, and engine oil levels. Top off or change when necessary.
Battery Excessive heat can shorten the life of a battery because it causes battery fluid to evaporate more quickly. This, in turn, can damage the internal structure of the battery. AAA reports that car battery issues are the most common breakdown calls. It’s a good idea to top off a battery with distilled water if it is the kind that requires it. Low-maintenance batteries may not have filler caps and will not require water. Inspect the battery for corrosion and leakage of battery acid. This could be a sign that the battery is getting old and will need to be replaced.
Pack with breakdowns in mind
Cooling system Cooling systems work hard to keep the flow of air to the engine and prevent it from overheating during warm seasons. Compromised cooling fans or lack of coolant can be troublesome. To avoid overheating, check coolant levels before
getting on the road. In addition, have the cooling system checked by a trained mechanic prior to the summer driving season. It’s a small price to pay to avoid extensive engine damage from overheating.
Plan ahead for potential summer breakdowns by bringing along water, snacks, sunscreen, and an emergency medical kit. Be sure mobile phones are fully charged and that the number of a tow service or roadside assistance crew is entered into your list of contacts in the event of an emergency. With warm-weather road trips beckoning, it’s time to plan accordingly to prevent breakdowns that can derail fun.
What to do when your vehicle breaks down out and safely make it to the shoulder. If necessary, crawl across the front seat and exit using the passenger-side door. All passengers should exit the vehicle on the passenger-side if the car has been pulled onto the right shoulder.
Knowing what to do when a car breaks down can make such unfortunate situations much less stressful for drivers. Smartphones and wifi networks may make it less stressful to cope with broken down vehicles. However, wifi networks are not always accessible in remote locations, so drivers would be wise to revisit these tips for handling broken down vehicles, courtesy of Esurance, in advance of their next road trip.
Q Call for help. Only after they have safely gotten their vehicles off the highway should drivers call for help. Passengers may want to avoid calling until the car is off the road as well, as it can make for faster relief if callers wait until they know their exact location to call for help.
Q Turn on hazard lights. Hazard lights inform other drivers that something is wrong with your vehicle, and the sight of hazard lights typically compels fellow motorists to give drivers a wide berth and facilitate their moving off of the roadway.
Q Set up flares or triangles behind the vehicle. If it’s safe to do so, set up flares or triangles behind the vehicle. If the flares or triangles are buried in the trunk, drivers can ask a passenger to serve as lookout and warn them if they need to get away from the vehicle.
Q Attempt to get off the highway. After turning on their hazard lights, drivers who know or suspect something is wrong with their vehicles should try to get off the highway. Move into the right-hand lane as soon as possible, ultimately trying to get onto the shoulder. Avoid the left-hand shoulder if possible, as the left lane is a passing lane and motorists likely won’t be expecting vehicles in this area of the highway.
Q Turn the steering wheel away
from the road. Broken down vehicles are unpredictable, and drivers may not have the luxury of pulling over onto flat road surfaces. Turning the steering wheel away from the road prevents it from rolling into traffic if drivers are forced to pull over on an incline.
Q Be especially careful before exiting the vehicle. Exiting a broken down vehicle can be very dangerous, especially when drivers are forced to pull over on busy highways. Drivers who have pulled over into the right shoulder should wait to exit the car until there is ample time for them to get
Q Pop the hood. An opened hood is another indicator that a vehicle is broken down and can be especially valuable to drivers who do not have flares or triangles. Q Wait for help. Do not attempt to fix the vehicle on the side of the highway. Doing so leaves drivers vulnerable to oncoming motorists.
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Car Care Monthly
Tips on how to get the best deal on an auto loan Thanks to the high costs of new automobiles, many drivers now take out loans when replacing their existing vehicles. Such loans make it possible for drivers to purchase new vehicles they may not have the cash to buy outright, and making car payments on time each month is a great way for consumers to build their credit. Drivers want to find great deals on their cars, but they also should make an effort to secure the most consumer-friendly auto loan they can find. Doing so can save drivers substantial
amounts of money over the course of their loans, and finding a great deal is not as difficult as it may seem.
Q Go to your lender first and foremost. Loan shopping before car shopping, as opposed to relying on dealers to arrange the loan once you find a car you want, can help drivers secure better terms. By prequalifying for a loan, consumers can then go to the dealership knowing exactly how much they can spend, saving themselves time and easing nerves some buyers may have about the car-buying process. Prequalifying
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Q Clean up your credit. Creditors take many things into account when determining loan terms, but perhaps no variable is more important than an applicant’s own credit history. If your credit history is bumpy or you are currently carrying substantial debt, pay off as much of your debt as possible before applying for an auto loan. Even if your credit history is not great, you may be in line for better loan terms if you have paid off your consumer debt and recently indicated you are capable of making monthly payments for an extended period of time. Q Comparison shop. Lenders com-
pete with one another, and consumers can use that to secure the best possible loan terms. If one lender gives you loan terms that you find attractive, resist the temptation to sign on the dotted line right away. Sleeping on it and taking the terms to the lender’s competitors or even auto dealers may ultimately result in you landing even better terms.
Q Know the terms of the loan before you drive off the lot. Some financing terms may be classified as ‘contingent,’ which means the terms can change even after drivers take cars off the lot. That may mean higher interest rates or lengthier loans, which can cost drivers considerably more money in the long run. Drivers can avoid that fate by waiting until the terms have been finalized to accept the car and take it home. Auto loans make it possible for millions of drivers to purchase new and reliable automobiles. Savvy borrowers who take the time to secure the best loan terms can save themselves substantial amounts of money and still drive the cars of their dreams.
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Prevent bugs, sap (and more) from ruining your vehicle Keeping vehicles looking pristine requires care and diligent cleaning. So many day-to-day activities and environmental materials have the potential to damage the finish on cars and trucks. While winter weather and chemicals used to keep roadways passable are often blamed for affecting the appearance of cars and trucks, winter is not the only time of year when substances can cause damage to vehicles. Spring and summer are prime seasons for sap, birds and insects. These times of year tend to see an uptick in road work as well, and such projects
not be something to look forward to, but it is necessary to keep cars looking pristine.
can contribute to damage caused by loose asphalt, gravel and tar. Addressing problems resulting from tree sap, insect and bird droppings and tar may
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Bugs Continued from page 9 sap and tar cleaners. Otherwise, you can try rubbing alcohol. It may take a few attempts to remove sap entirely.
Insects and bird droppings Splattered bugs and avian surprises dropped from above can be a messy, unsightly nuisance. Their acidic composition also may cause them to damage paint over time. Bugs and droppings can be sticky, so you will need to work with something that will remove the splatter without removing the paint in the process. A product like WD-40 may help. This oily product is normally used on rust and hinges. When applied with a cloth and allowed to penetrate the stain, it can loosen difficult-to-remove sticky substances. Always test any prod-
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June is National Dairy Month! FEWER FARMS, MORE MILK Dairy Industry Is Changing By Matthew Saari As ever, the dairy industry remains one of the most significant economic forces in Washington County – but there are fewer farms involved as more choose to sell out. Although metrics denoting quantities of milk produced was unavailable, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed a nationwide trend of fewer farms producing more milk. “Nationwide the dairy industry has seen a downturn the past several years,” said David Holk, county executive director of the USDA Farm Service Agency. This downturn includes an increasing number of dairy farmers succumbing to cheap milk prices, which in turn forces them to sell the farm, which in turn is purchased by more competitive farms. “In general farms still in business snap it up,” Holk said. “There isn’t too much sitting idle.” Holk likened the situation to that of retail stores. In years past there were a multitude of “mom and pop” stores as well as Woolworth’s, Ames, K-Mart and more. “Then along comes Walmart,” Holk said. However, Holk was quick to add that it is not corporate entities buying up local farms but rather generational family farms are growing ever larger. “Usually to include other family members in the business,” he said. The main force driving the buy-outs, Holk said, is the cheap prices farmers are being offered for their milk versus how much it costs to produce. Regionally, the average cost to produce milk is $20 per hundredweight, Holk said. Conversely, the same farmers are being offered only about $15 per hundredweight. Holk said this is because of the basic economic principal of supply and demand – there’s too much milk and not enough demand for it. “The dairy business now is a global business,” he said. Additionally, farmers of all stripes are fighting to buy land in Washington County. “The demand for land Hartford and south is stronger than ever,” Holk said, adding that instead of dairy farming these farmers may be raising beef cattle or growing different crops.
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JUNE IS NATIONAL We Proudly Salute Area Dairy Farmers. Thank You For Your Continued Patronage.
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The FREEPRESS • Friday, June 15, 2018 • 17 Finds under $100 (1) ANTIQUE PRESSED BACK oak chair w/caned seat. Beautiful. $50. Ginny @ (802) 293-5277 1/2 INCH 7-AMP ELECTRIC Impact wrench. Never used. $25. (518) 727-6560 10’ SNARK SAILBOAT, new sail. $99.99. (518) 692-8148 (13) MC DONALD’S SOUVENIR glasses. $60. (518) 7916823 150 MPH LEAF BLOWER FL1 500 LE gas blower. Good condition. $25. (518) 6386985 1944 SINGER SEWING machine. Type 127 with foot petal. $75. (802) 468-2383 2 SETS OF SEATS for Boulevard motorcycles C50T. Like new, Suzuki ‘07. $50/both. (802) 235-1233 (2) 15” 5-HOLE STEEL RIMS off Ford Ranger. Both for $25. (518) 727-6560 (2) ANTIQUE IMPLEMENT WHEELS 6 spoke, 32” diameter. $99.99. (518) 390-0701 (2) MICHELIN TIRES, 215/60R16, good tread, $20. (518) 855-4044 2 2 ” W E E D E AT E R l aw n mower. Runs. Needs cable. $40. Arlington, VT. (802) 4772747 250 GALLON OIL TANK $75. Eagle Bridge (518) 686-7832 3 ANTIQUE SLEDS from 1950’s (Flexible Flyer, etc.) $60. (518) 692-8148 3 DVD TOWERS, 6 shelves on each, sturdy, gunmetal, 4’2” high, 18 1/2” wide, 5 1/2” deep, all 3 for $45. (518) 7448234 (3) SEATS FOR 2006 FORD E-350 van, grey, great shape, $99. Argyle (518) 260-9581 33” ROUND SLATE TOP, high top table w/3 padded chairs, $99.99 (518) 6386166 4 BOXES OF RECORDS around 200 - take them all. $25. (802) 287-9519 4’ LOOM FOR RAG RUGS, etc., needs new headles, $99. (518) 692-8148
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55 GALLON PLASTIC DRUMS for dock barrels or rainwater storage. 10 for $99. (518) 747-3865 or (518-6966039
CD/RADIO PLAYER RCA 3 CD Disc changer w/speakers & remote. $25/obo.(518) 3011200
H A R D C E LT I C DA N C E SHOES girls size 1W in good shape. Child grew out of them. $50/obo. (518) 796-4145
PATIO TABLE 36” wood top, iron pedestal base, heavy; won’t blow over. $50. Ginny @ (802) 293-5277
SCRAP BOOK KIT for daughter, stickers, printed pages in box. Cost $39.95, sell for $20. (518) 692-9092
UMBRELLA STROLLER red/blue print, boys, great condition. $10. (518) 2819552
COMPLETE 8 SEASONS of 24 on DVD. $90. (518) 7916823
HAYWARD FILTER SERIES SP07’14T XL valve. $75. (518) 232-5125
SET OF 3 CAST IRON skillets Martha Stewart. Brand new. $75. (518) 638-6985
CRAFTSMAN SNOWPLOW for lawn tractor, $99. (518) 642-3776
HAYWARD SUPER PUMP used 2 seasons, 3/4 h.p. $99. (518) 642-2470
PET GATE brand new, used once w/door. Fits openings up to 6 ft. $40/obo. (518) 5600847
UNIVERSAL CASE FOR chain saws or tools, heavy duty poly, never used, $15. (518) 855-4044
DEHUMIDIFIER excellent condition. Bucket or hose. $50. (802) 287-9519
H E AV Y D U T Y A D J U S TABLE pool ladder 42” to 56”. $40. (518) 232-5125
DEHUMIDIFIER GE 65 pint. Like new. $95. (518) 686-1715
HONDA GENERATOR portable. $99.99. (518) 692-9657 or cell (518) 388-4163 Call evenings
(6) 6-VOLT GOLF CART batteries. Two years old. $95 plus old batteries. (518) 695-2088 8 FT PRESSURE TREATED PICNIC table. Great condition. Located in Manchester. No deliveries. $25. (339) 4401077 80 LB HEAVY BAG with stand. $75. (518) 727-6560 9 FT WOOD MARKET UMBRELLA used briefly, carrying bag 108 dia. 98H, orange. New $65. Asking $45. Leave message (518) 639-8631 AIR CONDITIONER GE 5200 BTU. Like new. $50. (518) 686-1715 AMANA ELECTRIC CLOTHES dryer. Works fine, clean. $95. (802) 345-5529 Days ANNE GEDDES DOLL new in original box. $50. (518) 7939003 AQUA MILK CAN w/black eagle. Good shape. $50. (518) 793-9003 ATLAS WORK SHOP 8” table saw 15”x18” cast iron table w/ stand. $50. (518) 854-3647 BA K E R S R AC K bl a ck & brown, 1 draw, 1 slide-out shelf, sturdy, can hold microwave. $65. (518) 692-9092 BARBIE TEACHER in box. Never opened, issued in 1990’s. $30. (518) 692-9092
DOUBLE BED MATTRESS and springs. Firm. Very good condition. $50. (518) 6386315 DURABLE PLASTIC OUTSIDE dog house, medium size. $15. (518) 642-1990 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER wood 54”W x 46”H. $35/obo. (802) 558-3074 EXERCISE GLIDE MACHINE adjustable incline w/ calorie monitor. $25/obo. (518) 301-1200 FITBIT CHARGE 2 DEVICE w/charging cord & 3 extra bands, large. $99.99. (518) 796-4145 FLUTES - CHAMPAGNE GLASSES (6) in original box, brand new. $10/OBO. (518) 301-1200 FULL SIZE MAPLE BED frame, box spring & mattress. Excellent condition. $50. (802) 287-9519
BEER KEG COLD PLATE $60. (518) 560-0847
GARAGE DOOR OPENER track and accessories - is of Clopay brand. $80. (518) 2605211
BENNINGTON POTTERY PINK Agate, double egg cup. $20. (518) 686-7832
GAS POWER PRESSURE washer complete. $75. (802) 287-9519
BONE TOILET slightly used. Crane 1.6 gal. flush. $20. (518) 638-6315
GENUINE HARLEY DAVIDSON 2-strap shoulder bag about 10” tall. $50/obo. (518) 796-4145
B O O K C A S E : O a k , ve r y large, sturdy, 84x36x16, $50. (518) 854-3998 CANON ADVENTURE CAMERA AS-6, 33 mm film, waterproof, underwater, close-up, flash. $35. (518) 390-0701
(4) 235-75-15 TIRES Arlington, VT. $99. (802) 477-2747
CAP: Fits Ford Ranger extended cab, $50. (518) 6423776
(4) COOPER DISCOVERY TIRES 265/70=R16. Good tread. $80. (802) 867-0431
CARPENTER BEE TRAP $15. (802) 375-9024
GEORGE FORMAN ELECTRIC indoor/outdoor grill w/ base. New, still in box. $85. (518) 642-2470 GOLF CLUBS WITH BAG. Complete set, mens RH, $30. (518) 695-3304 GRILL OUT-DOOR Good condition w/owner’s manual. $15. (518) 642-1990
HOT SHOT HOT WATER heater, portable, runs on LP gas. $99.99. (518) 692-9657 or cell (518) 338-4163 Call evenings H U G E B OX O F A M I S H BOOKS. 65-70 books, mint condition, $30. (518) 6394466 INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIGHTED 4pc Nativity life-size. $190 new. Asking $75. Leave message (518) 639-8631 INFLATABLE BOAT Intex model Excursion 5 w/2 seats & high capacity pump. $50. (802) 783-8014 INFLATABLE KAYAK TAHITI K79 model w/2 seats. $50. (802) 783-8014 LARGE ROUND MAHOGANY COFFEE table. Formica top. $20. (518) 793-9003 LASER MARK TORPEDO leveler on tripod in wooden box. $99. Eagle Bridge (518) 686-7832 LAWN BOY 21” SELF propelled lawn mower. New drive belt. $35. (518) 854-3647 MAGIC CHEF MICROWAVE over 1.1 cubic ft. Works good, clean. $25. (518) 791-6823 MOPAR OEM RAM FLOOR slush mats. BN in pkg. Paid $80, asking $40/obo. (518) 560-0847 NFL TV STAND. Brand new, never used, fits up to 65” TV, great for man cave, $50. (518) 639-4466 ORECK XL PROFESSIONAL air purifier. Like new. $40. (518) 686-1715
PET GROOMING TABLE w/ professional grooming clippers. Great condition, used very little. $50/obo. (518) 5600847 PLAYER PIANO BOGART UPRIGHT $50. (518) 6421705 PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER very good condition. $90. (802) 345-1969 PORTABLE OUTSIDE FIRE PIT bowl. New w/carry case & instructions. $40. (518) 6421990 PORTABLE SALAD BAR on wheels, 24”x48” outside dimensions. Has a drain and sneeze guard, $99.99 (518) 638-6166 POWDER BLUE COMMODE square base. Has flushing mechanisms in tank, includes handle. $40. (518) 260-5211 PRINTER, SCANNER, COPIER, Epson wireless, used 6 months, $20. (518) 855-4044 QU E E N S I Z E S L E E P E R couch and 2 chairs; 1 swivel, 1 reg. chair. $50. (518) 6429986 RALEIGH 10 SPEED men’s 16” bike. Good condition. Needs tires. $25. (518) 6386985 REFRIGERATOR BROWN KENMORE 18-1/2 x 18-1/2 x 17-1/2. Tiny freezer inside. $30. Ask for Jay @ (518) 6867623 R O C K W E L L C O M PAC T TOOL Older drill press. All metal, good shape. $70/obo. (518) 321-7913 ROOF RACK cross bars for Kia Sportage. Excellent condition. $25. (518) 692-9754 ROTOZIP REBEL LE SPIRAL saw. Complete in carry case. Brand new. $99/obo. (518) 321-7913 SCOTTS GRASS SEEDER accugreen 1000. Good condition. $10. (518) 638-6985
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SET OF 4 WHEELS with tires for 2005 Camry. $75. (802) 375-9024 SEWING MACHINE - SINGER cabinet. Needs service. $35. (802) 558-3074 SHARPER IMAGE ELECTRONIC bathroom scale, glass, 14” diameter. $10. (518) 390-0701 SKIS - TRIC/BANANA O’Brien water skis, blue/ black/silver, great shape. $50/ OBO (518) 301-1200 SOCKS COMPRESSION 20-30 MMHG. New, never worn. Paid $50, sell for $30. (802) 375-9024 SOFA off-white floral. Bought from Godnick’s, 88” x 28” 2-seater. $35. (518) 793-9003 SOLID WOOD CHAIRSIDE end table. $25. (518) 6421990 SUNBEAM ROCKET GRILL never used, recipes. $110 new. Parchment pouches frozen meats 8 min. $55. Leave message (518) 639-8631
UNIVERSAL GYM BIODYNE, commerical grade, metal weights, mint condition, $99. (518) 639-4466 UTILITY TRAILER home made. Needs shocks. $99. (518) 854-7152 VA R I O U S L E N G T H S , SIZES, diameters of drainage pipe. $60 for all. (518) 2605211 VA R I O U S L E N G T H S , SIZES, diameters of renew a flue heating pipe & triple wall. $60 for all. (518) 260-5211 VHS TAPES, huge box, all varieties, $15. (518) 6394466 VINTAGE CHINA TEA SET from Signature Collection Select Fine China Petite Bouquet. $50 (518) 692-7333 WATER PITCHER WILTON armetale Woodbury pewter. $30. (518) 692-9092 WHITE SPEEDYLOCK 1600 SERGER $99. Eagle Bridge (518) 686-7832
TABLE WITH 4 CHAIRS solid wood drop leaf w/extra leaf, rush seat chairs. $85. (518) 686-1715
WOMEN’S 21 SPEED BIKE. Royce Union MXT2100, 26” tires, white w/blue, good condition, $25. (802) 537-2145
TECK MAG BLACK BRUIN stationary bike work-out exercise. $90. (518) 854-3647
WOODEN RETRO MUSIC CENTER, never used, plays vinyl, (33/45/78), CD’s, radio & aux input, $60. (518) 6928148
TODDLER BED purple/pink. Great condition. $30. (518) 281-9552 TORO SELF-PROPELLED l aw n m o w e r w / b a g g e r. $99.99/firm. Arlington, VT (802) 477-2747 TOYOTA RIMS 5 stud 3” center hole P215/70R 15 M/S tires mounted. $50. (518) 8543647 TOYOTA T U N D R A B E D LINER and mud flaps off 2012 5-1/2 ft box. Arlington, VT. $80. (802) 477-2747
WORM COMPOSTING SYSTEM New, forest green, 4 trays. Worm factory 360. $80. (518) 638-6315 WORTH SOFTBALL BAT 28” 15 oz. Bought wrong size, store wouldn’t refund. $60. (518) 796-4145 YARD MASTER GAS POWERED sidewalk edger. $40. (518) 642-2470
TROY BILT TINE cover horse or econo. New unpainted. $60. (518) 753-7818 UMBRELLA BASE new $70. Asking $35. Leave message (518) 639-8631
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TIRED OF WORKING EVENINGS AND EVERY WEEKEND? WANT SUNDAYS OFF? JOIN THE rk MILES TEAM! r.k. Miles, Inc. in Manchester Center, VT is seeking a positive, energetic individual for the following position:
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The FREEPRESS • Friday, June 15, 2018 • 23 Autos 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER, fair condition, replaced transmission, tires good, inspected in April, $2795. (518) 854-3378 leave message. 2004 PONTIAC Grand Prix GTP. Good tires, brakes, solid body. Heated leather, cold A/C. $2795. 518-6385431 2004 SILVER Volvo S40 I, 5cyl, 87,000 miles. Non-turbo, garage-kept, like new, in/out. Call (518) 638-6030 2005 CHEVY MONTE CARLO supercharged SS, black leather interior, $800. (802) 446-2117 2006 HONDA PILOT LX. One o w n e r, p r o f e s s i o n a l l y maintained locally, 218,000 miles, good operating condition, tires good, minor age showing. Asking $2700. (802) 395-2516 leave message.
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STK#W2670-1 4WD, LEATHER, MOONROOF, 82,248 MILES
2013 HONDA ACCORD SPORT STK#W2994-1 4 CYL, 6 SPEED, NEW TIRES, 75,913 MILES
2014 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ LIMITED STK#18617-2 SUNROOF, HEATED LEATHER, FULLY LOADED, GM CERTIFIED, ONLY 36,457 MILES
2013 GMC TERRAIN SLT STK#18494-2 AWD, LEATHER, MOONROOF, 76,419 MILES
2016 BUICK VERANO
2015 CHEVY TRAX 1LS
2008 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
2015 BUICK REGAL
STK#W3030 17,650 MILES
STK#W3027 25,298 MILES
STK#W3036 4WD, EXT CAB, V8, PW/PL, ONLY 45,917 MILES
STK#W3050 2 LTR, TURBO, HEATED LEATHER, GM CERTIFIED, NEW TIRES, 28,243 MILES
2017 CHEVY CRUZE LT
2015 CHEVY TRAX 1LT
2015 BUICK LACROSSE
2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LS
STK#W3034 15,048 MILES
STK#W3028 16,612 MILES
STK#W3049 AUTO, ALLOYS, GM CERTIFIED, 35,175 MILES
STK#18579-1 AWD, GM CERTIFIED, 22,455 MILES
2014 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ
2016 BUICK ENCORE
2015 CHEVY EQUINOX LS
2017 CHEVY IMPALA 1LT
STK#W3043-1 LEATHER, MOONROOF, GM CERTIFIED, 69,441 MILES
STK#W2992 17,183 MILES
STK#W3024 10,748 MILES
STK#W3052 AUTO, GM CERTIFIED, 33,340 MILES
2016 CHEVY TRAVERSE
2014 CHEVY TRAVERSE
2008 GMC SIERRA SLT 3/4 TON
2015 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT
STK#W3064 8 PASSENGER, 6 CYL, GM CERTIFIED, 27,529 MILES
STK#17609-1 48,183 MILES
STK#18605-2 CREW CAB, 4X4, DURAMAX, HEATED LEATHER, CUSTOM ALUMINUM UTILITY BODY, 106,089 MILES
STK#W3066 AWD, ALL STAR PKG, HEATED SEATS, 1 OWNER, CLEAN CARFAX, 33,290 MILES
2015 CADILLAC ATS
2014 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE OVERLAND
2017 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4
2015 CADILLAC SRX
STK#18602-2 HEMI, EVERY OPTION, 57,462 MILES
STK#W3055-1A LONG BOX, SUPER CLEAN, CAP, ONLY 2,844 MILES, GM CERTIFIED
STK#W3068-1 FWD, LUXURY, NAVIGATION, COLLISION ALERT, PANORAMIC SUNROOF 21,177 MILES
2014 CADILLAC CTS
2014 CHEVY SILVERADO
2016 CADILLAC SRX
2015 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 LT
STK#W3019 27,993 MILES
STK#18465-1 49,993 MILES
STK#W3059 AWD, LUXURY, MOONROOF, NEW TIRES, 25,812 MILES
STK#W3062 DOUBLE CAB, SPORT PKG, 20” WHEELS, 12,167 MILES
2017 CHEVY COLORADO LT
2016 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 Z71
2016 GMC SIERRA
2015 CHEVY TAHOE LT
STK#18572-1 CREW CAB, 4WD, FULLY LOADED, 2,730 MILES
STK#W3063 LEATHER, BEDLINER, GM CERTIFIED, 14,174 MILES
STK#18523-1 13,152 MILES
STK#18519-1 66,177 MILES
*Leases are 27 months, 10k miles per year, $2500 down plus taxes & fees, must qualify with GM Financial, prior lease in household. Percent off Silverado requires GMF financing. Trax includes Name Plate Rebate. All prices are plus tax, title and DMV fees. Expires 6/11/18.
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