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Friday, April 12

Children’s Academy Open House
2381 Route 9, Malta
10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Come to take a peek at our facility & learn about our summer camp, day care and preschool programs. Plus, grab some great deals on children’s toys and clothing. No RSVP necessary. For more information visit our website: or call (518) 289-5485.  

Labor trafficking: Fair Trade Market
Case Green, Skidmore campus
11 a.m.–6 p.m. 
Merchandise will be available from fair trade organizations. Proceeds will go to support human trafficking victims and community programming in their countries. For more information and a schedule of events for Skidmore’s Social Justice Month and other events visit: 


Saturday, April 13

Geocaching & Orienteering at Camp Saratoga North
Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park, 80 Scout Rd. Gansevoort
10 a.m.
Do you know how to use a compass, map, or GPS? Learn how to use each tool to complete a scavenger hunt. Please bring a compass, we will have extra compasses to borrow. This program will be a blast for all participants ages 8+. For more information call (518) 450-0321 visit for a schedule of all our events. 

Congress On Your Corner
Charlton Town Hall, 758 Charlton Road, Charlton 
10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Congressman Paul Tonko will be giving brief opening remarks and then he will take questions, comments and concerns.  For more information, call 465-0700.

Schuylerville Lasagna Dinner
Old Saratoga Reformed Church, 48 Pearl St. 
Saratoga Springs
Featuring: Lasgna (meat or vegetarian) or baked ziti, tossed salad, Italian bread, and choice of desserts and beverages. Cost: Adults $8, Children 5-10, $4. Children under 5 free. Reservations preferred, but walk-ins welcome. Take-out available. For more information call 518-695-3479.

Saratoga Paddlefest
Fish Creek Marina, 251 Stafford Bridge Rd.
Saratoga Springs
Sat. 4/13, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. and Sun. 4/14, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Showcasing the largest selection of Canoes, Kayaks, Stand-Up-Paddleboards, and Whitewater boats in the Capital Region. Factory representatives and industry experts will be on hand to answer questions and help paddlers learn about the latest trends in paddlesports. The event is free to the public however, there is a nominal fee for test paddling. More information, a free event guide, a clinic schedule, and directions are available at

Roast Turkey Dinner
Trinity United Methodist Church, Ballard Road (exit 16)
3:30–6:30 pm.
Roast turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, dressing, vegetables, cranberry sauce, rolls, assorted desserts, beverages. Cost: donation. Take-outs available. Handicap Accessible. For more information call (518) 584-9107.

Italian Night Out! 
VFW Post 420, 190 Excelsior Ave.
Saratoga Springs
4–6 p.m. 
Ziti & Meatball Dinner Fundraiser. Proceeds benefit Boy Scout Troop 46. $9 Adults; $8 w/Military ID & Seniors age 62+; $5 Children age 12 and under; Children age 3 and under free. For more information call (518) 366-1389. 


Sunday, April 14

2nd Annual Empty Bowls
Saratoga-Wilton Elks 
Lodge #161, Rt 9
Saratoga Springs
1–4 p.m.
Wilton Food Pantry Fundraising Event to help the hungry. See details on page 27. 

Sponsor-A-Scholar Fundraiser at The Brook Tavern
139 Union Ave.
Saratoga Springs
5–8 p.m.
See details on page 21. For more information call (518) 587-2472 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Monday, April 15

Baby Massage
Saratoga Springs Public Library, Crawshaw Story Room
Saratoga Springs
6–6:45 p.m.
With Linda Addario LMT and PTA - for babies up to 6 months old and their parents, grandparents or caregiver. Plan on attending all 3 sessions. For more information call (518) 587-7860 opt. 3. Visit for all our ongoing events. 

The Epidemiology of ASD’s
Tisch Learning Center, Room 302, Skidmore College Campus
Saratoga Springs
6:30 p.m.
A Brief Review of Recent Research by Paul A.H. Partridge, Ph.D. There has been much discussion about the increasing prevalence and factors associated with increased rates of diagnosis. Skidmore recognizes Autism Awareness Month with event-filled calendar. For more information and list of scheduled events visit 

Trout Unlimited: Flyfishing the Battenkill
Saratoga Springs Public Library
Saratoga Springs
7 p.m.
Rich Norman, River Expert and Master Fly Tier will share his vast knowledge on which fly patterns work, when to use them and how to present them for the greatest success on this fine river. Everyone Welcome. For more information call Mark at (518) 893-2228.


Tuesday, April 16

North Korean refugees: The real life story of a North Korean defector
The Spa, Case Center, Skidmore College Campus
Saratoga Springs
8 p.m. 
A North Korean defector will speak about life in North Korea and escaping from that country, as well as the journey to the United States and the conditions of living as a refugee in the U.S. For more information and schedule of events visit 


Wednesday, April 17

What Happens after a Dementia Diagnosis?
Services for Veterans
Beacon Pointe Memory Care Community, 1 Emma Lane
Clifton Park
6–7:15 p.m.
Do you know a veteran living with dementia? The seminar is an excellent opportunity for caregivers to learn about all the services and benefits offered to veterans living with dementia through The VA. For more information call (518) 371-2200.


Thursday, April 18

We’re All Water: An Homage to Yoko Ono
Tang Museum, Skidmore Campus
Saratoga Springs
6 p.m.
An evening of participatory, Yoko Ono-inspired events, including group sing-a-longs, performances, and art-making. For more information call (518) 580-8080.


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