FORT PLAIN FREE LIBRARY to host arts handicrafters. Knitters, crocheters, needleworkers, felters, and other traditional textile arts handicrafters are invited to come to the Fort Plain Free Library Thursdays to take part in the weekly Creative Textile Fibers Group. From 12:30 until 2:30pm, participants meet in a casual setting where they share tips, ideas, and patterns; or they work on their own fiber-based projects. The free, drop-in gathering at the 19 Willet Street Library is open to the public. Call 518-993-4646 for more information.
WINTER SOFTBALL tournament. When: February 23, 2019, time:10:00 am, where: The Central Bridge Community Park. Cost: A canned food item for our local food pantry or monetary donation will be accepted. Get some friends together and join the fun. Co-ed teams of course, wooden bats, 5 innings. If you don't have a team that's okay come anyways and we'll put you on a team. For further information or give us your team call Paul at 518-868-2891 or Robin at 518-868-2837. Concession stand will be open. Sponsored by: The Central Bridge Civic Association.
JUST FOR FUN (JFF) Presents Open Mic Night. Starts March 7th, then monthly every 1st Thursday. Showcase your talents: Music, Poetry, Spoken Word. Free to the public! Doors open at 7 pm. Location: Middleburgh UMC, 281 Main St., Middleburgh, NY. www/facebook.com/JFFACOUSTICBAND.
TRIPS PLANNED BY Sharon Springs Seniors: Silver and Gold Club for 2019 are to the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham, NY. Thursday, May 23rd to see Camelot. Thursday, June 27th to see Sunset Boulevard and August 22nd to see Oklahoma. All trips will leave Sharon Springs firehouse via Brown Coach at 10:45 a.m., stopping in Cobleskill behind Pizza Hut for a pick-up about 11:00 a.m., traveling to Valatia for a stop at McDonald's for a snack, then on to the Mac-Haydn Theatre for the 2 p.m. show. Following the show, coach will stop at the Cracker Barrel for dinner, returning to Sharon Springs approximately at 8:30 p.m. Questions? Call Joan Baxter at 518-284-2225 to make reservations. All are welcome! Reservations for the first show, Camelot, by April 19th. Sunset Boulevard by May 23rd and Oklahoma by July 19th.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Newsies Musical Storytime: Friday, February 22, 10:30am. Some cast members from the Schoharie High School musical will sing and read the story that inspired Newsies!
COBLESKILL COMMUNITY Library: Mahjongg: Join us for one of the world's oldest and greatest games, Mah Jongg. Never played Mah Jongg before? We'll teach you in a friendly atmosphere and we guarantee you'll love Mah Jongg. On alternating Thursdays starting February 21st, 1pm-4pm in the Library Community Room. No registration required. Cost is free. Playing: February 21, and March 7th, March 21st, April 4th, April 18th 2019. The Cobleskill Community Library 518-234-7897 for information.
SHARON SPRINGS FREE Library: Meet and Greet two different kinds of Sled Dogs, Saturday, February 23rd at 11:00. Free event.
FORT PLAIN REFORMED Church 165 Canal St. Book sale and Lasagna dinner, silent auction Friday, March 1st 3-7pm. Book sale and silent auction Saturday, March 2nd 8am-noon
FORT PLAIN REFORMED Church, 165 Canal St. Please join us Ash Wednesday (March 6). We have a full day of opportunities to start your Lenten journey. 7 a.m.- brief worship with imposition of ashes. The sanctuary will be open all day for you to come sit, pray, meditate for as long as you wish. Imposition of ashes will be available all day as well as will other meditative opportunities. 6:30 p.m. - worship with imposition of ashes. All are welcome !
SHARON SPRINGS FREE Library. The Library is opened for our regular hours all week during the February school break.
SATURDAY, FEB 16TH Cherry Valley Outdoor Games Indoor Event. Cherry Valley Community Center 7:00 PM Lumberjack demo, musical guest Nick LeDuc. Food available, all proceeds to benefit the Daily Bread Food Pantry of Cherry Valley. Chainsaw raffle and CVOG apparel available for purchase.
BROOKS CHICKEN BBQ Saturday March 2, 2019. 4 pm - 7 pm at the Vets Club, Richfield Springs. Sponsored by the Richfield Springs Lioness Club
WINTERFEST FOR FOOD To benefit The Daily Bread Food Pantry. Saturday, Feb 23 at the Tryon Inn in Cherry Valley. Dinner at 5 pm, Music at 7 pm, Bands: Gravelyard and Mike Feulner and the Burners. Recommended donation $5 or canned food.
ARE YOU A VETERAN living in Schoharie County? Ride to the VA in Albany for free! Call SCPT: 518-234-0952.
HOWES CAVE REFORMED Church Sunday Service, 10:30 am, 128 Lester Lane, Reverend Tom Davis.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: The Schoharie Library will be closed Monday, February 18th in honor of Presidents' Day.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Cyber Safety: Monday, February 25th, 6:00-7:00 pm. Learn how to protect your privacy and sensitive data. Facilitator: John Borst, Cybersecurity Awareness & Training Unit, NYS Office of Information Technology Services.
REALITY CHECK HOSTS Movie Event, February 23rd. Reality Check, the youth program of Advancing Tobacco Free Communities, is hosting a family movie event at Fusion Community Church, 375 N. Grand Street in Cobleskill on Saturday, February 23rd. The night will feature a free movie, pizza and coffee. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The movie starts at 5:30 p.m. Staffed community agency resource tables will be set up in the lobby. For more information, call 518-255-5387 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: The Schoharie Library is happy to share that we have been chosen AGAIN by the Hannaford store located at Rt. 20 in Esperance as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program! This means for every Community Bag purchased at the Esperance Hannaford during the month of March, we will receive $1. Help the Schoharie Library and the environment at the same time!
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Writing Club: Mondays, March 4 & 18, 6-8:30pm. Writers of all ages are welcome! Bring your fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or any other type of writing to share, discuss, and critique.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Fun Day: Tuesday, February 19th, 10:30am-12pm. Join us for games, puzzles and activities. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. All are welcome!
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Your Career Matters, Part 1: Saturday, February 23rd, 10:30am. How to get unstuck and move forward in your career with Career Coach Marsha Lazarus, MBA. One-on-one sessions available afterward by appointment. Free program! For more information, contact JMosher@mvls.info.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Read with Ariel: Friday, March 8, 3:30-4:30pm. Ariel is a sweet therapy dog who loves to have children read to her; everyone is invited to spend time with her.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Knitcetera Club: Tuesdays, February 26, 10:30am-12 noon. Bring a yarn, fabric, or embroidery project, start something new, or learn to knit/crochet with this friendly group. Knitting needles, crochet hooks, and yarn are available at the library. The club meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. All ages and abilities are welcome.
SCHOHARIE FREE LIBRARY: Storytime with Vanessa Repicky: Fridays at 10am. February 22nd, TBD. March 1, Dr. Seuss. All ages are welcome to join us for stories, music, crafts, and games. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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