Broadalbin
JULY 20-22
5-9 p.m. — St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, 7 N. Main St., will hold its Parish Festival offering Polish, Italian and American food. There will be a car show on Thursday evening along with Aaron Mitler providing entertainment. On Friday Jim Snack the magician will perform and Sue Kaupelis will demonstrate line dancing. Gabrielle will sing her tunes also. On Saturday evening, the Sophisticates, will entertain everyone. There will be a bouncy house, optical course and pony rides for the kids. There will be raffles, vendors and much more. Room is still available for vendors at $50 for three days. For more information, contact Michele Johnsen, chairperson, at 883-5637 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SEPT. 13
6 p.m. — The First Presbyterian Church, 54 W. Main St., will hold an Ecumenical Fireside Gathering. Join everyone for a relaxed worship experience around the fire with music and laughter. Invite a friend or neighbor. Bring a lawn chair and a roasting stick for marshmallows. Food and drinks will be provided. In case of bad weather everyone will meet inside. Note different time than others.

Gloversville
Weekly Events
Second Saturday monthly
6-8 p.m. — The Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market will hold Open Mic Night. For more information call Mohawk Harvest Manager, Gianna DeLilli, at 429-7748.
JULY 27
11 a.m.-noon — The Gloversville Recreation Commission is sponsoring community tennis clinics for children ages eight and older. They will take place at the Darling Field tennis courts. All are welcome and no experience is necessary. Anyone wishing to participate should wear sneakers and bring a tennis racquet. Balls and extra racquets will be provided. The clinic is free of charge and instruction will be coordinated by area tennis players Carol Schery and Ellen Wood.
JULY 29
12-6 p.m. — The One Life Organization, directed by Alexander Kovarovic, will hold a community event to raise funds for the prevention of suicide, child abuse and domestic violence. The event will take place at Darling Field. The event will include an arts and crafts show, dozens of vendors, live music, outdoor games, food, sports tournaments, several fire and police departments, and more. Vendor spots are still available. For more information, call 518-898-6610.

Johnstown
JULY 21
6-8 p.m. — The Johnstown 50 Plus Club will hold its Annual Ice Cream Social Fundraiser. The event will take place at the Charles Jenner Memorial Park, West Main Street, during the Citizen Band’s Concert. Ice cream sundaes will cost $2. Tickets for the 50 Plus Club’s Annual Chicken Barbecue Fundraiser will also be on sale during this event. Contact the Senior Center Office at 762-4643.
7 p.m. — The Johnstown Citizens Band will play at the band shell in downtown Johnstown. This week the band will feature music from Basie to Diamond, Music from the Big Band era, The Beatles, Chicago, Sinatra and others. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be moved to the St. John’s Episcopal Church, next door to the band shell. The concert is free and the public is asked to bring lawn chairs.
AUG. 30
The Johnstown Senior Center, 109 E. Main St., will hold their annual Mystery Trip. Cost is $60 for members and $64 for non-members. Sign up at the center.

Mayfield
JULY 22
11 a.m.-noon — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold Reiki and Meditation instructed by Heather Mattioni. Cost is $25 or one gift card. This class is a workshop explaining the origins of Reiki and meditation and how they both work, along with a guided meditation. You should bring your favorite journal to record your meditation experience. Members receive a 20 percent discount at checkout.
JULY 23
1-7 p.m. — The Sacandaga Protection Committee will hold a fundraising event, “Chicken BBQ and More,” at the Mayfield Fairgrounds, N. School Street. This event will include entertainment, discounted beverages and a BBQ Chicken Dinner. Tickets are $30 each.
JULY 24-26
2-4 p.m. — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold the Caroga Lake Music Festival Camp. This camp is a three-day workshop and educational/performance program open to musicians of all ages and abilities. This program is directed by Kyle Barrett Price and faculty from the CLMF. The program will conclude with a final celebration concert showcase. Cost is $100 pre-registration and $120 at the door.
JULY 25
6-8 p.m. — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold a Mixed Media Art class instructed by Kittie Coffey Bintz. Cost is $25 pre-registration. All are welcome to this beginners class. Members enter the code at checkout to receive a 20 percent discount.
JULY 28
noon-1:30 p.m. — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold a jewelry making class instructed by Brenda Dwyer. Cost is $25 pre-registration and $35 at the door. Clay, tools and jewelry supplies will be provided. This is a beginners class. Members enter the code at checkout for a 20 percent discount.
JULY 30
3 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will host The Caroga Lake Music Festival at the Mayfield Presbyterian Church, 22 N. Main St., as part of the Classical Concert Series. Admission is $12 per person, $10 for SVAN members and is free for children.
AUG. 1-3
9 a.m.-2 p.m. — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold a Rock and Roll Kid Camp with Tom Simik. Campers will learn skills from songwriting to video production. On the last day of camp, family and friends will be treated to a live performance from campers. Kids are asked to bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available. Cost is $130 pre-registration and $150 at the door.
AUG. 8-10
9 a.m.-2 p.m. — The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold an Adirondack Adventure Camp for children ages 5-15. Activities will range from scavenger hunts to art projects with an outdoor theme. Campers should bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available. Cost is $130 pre-registration and $150 at the door.
AUG. 15
7 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will host The Cantanti Project, a choral group from New York City, as part of their Classical Concert Series. The concert will take place at the Mayfield Presbyterian Church, 22 N. Main St. Admission is $12 per person, $10 for SVAN members and is free for children.
AUG. 15-17
9 a.m.-2 p.m.— The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, 2736 Route 30, will hold a Living Storybook Camp for children ages 5-10. Children will use their imaginations as they work with counselors on characters, story, setting and even costumes. At the end of camp, children will become the storybook in a special video that parents will be able to share. Campers should bring their own lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Refrigeration is available. Cost is $90 pre-registration and $110 at the door.

Northville
Weekly Events
Mondays and Thursdays
5:30 p.m. — Walk Live classes with Laura Liechti will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Parish Hall.
Tuesdays
5-7 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will hold its weekly music jam sessions at the covered picnic area of the Northville Waterfront Park, Main Street. Musicians and music lovers of all ages are welcome to join. For more information, call Seattle Mike at 518-863-2820.
JULY 27
12:30 p.m. — The Sacandaga Task Force for Senior Living’s Red Rooster Cafe, 99 N. Main St., presents Frank Manning who will entertain with “Songs of Summer.” Home care partners will also be on hand to host their monthly blood pressure clinic. The program follows the weekly congregate meal.
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will host “Fences” movie, life’s struggle in 1950s Pittsburgh.
JULY 28, 29
7 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network and Sacandaga Musical Theater present “ON BROADWAY: A Musical Revue,” with local talent performing scenes from Broadway’s biggest shows such as Little Shop of Horrors, A Chorus Line, Mamma Mia!, Hamilton, Sound of Music, and Hairspray. This event will take place at the Northville Central School Auditorium, 131 S. Third St., and tickets cost $10 per person.
JULY 29
6 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will present a SVAN Musical Theater performance with no Waterfront concert. Rain venue location will be at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main. Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and enjoy a fun-filled summer event in the park. Admission is free, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person would be appreciated.
AUG. 1
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will host Stories with Linda along with the book raffle drawing and ice cream. This program is free.
6:30 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will host Reading is Magical with magician Jim Snack. This program is free.
AUG. 2
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will hold miSci Science Program for kids, “Innovation and Invention.” There is a 25 seat limit for this program.
AUG. 3
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will show “Hidden Figures” movie about female African-Americans who play vital roles at NASA.
AUG. 5
6 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will present Hitrick and Brooks at Waterfront Park, Main St. The rain venue will be at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main. Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and enjoy a fun-filled summer event in the park. Admission is free, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person would be appreciated.
AUG. 8
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will hold miSci Science Program for kids, “Techno Jungle.” There is a 25 seat limit for this program.
6 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will hold a book signing with author Daryll McGrath for her book “Flight Paths.” A program will follow.
AUG. 10
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will show “ La La Land” movie about two young people who pursue their Hollywood dreams.
AUG. 12
6 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will present The Adkinson Family Band at Waterfront Park, Main St. The rain venue will be at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main. Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and enjoy a fun-filled summer event in the park. Admission is free, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person would be appreciated.
AUG. 15, 29
10 a.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will hold Story Time with Hadley Jacobs. This program is for pre-schoolers and will include snacks.
AUG. 15
7 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., presents “Our Souls at Night” by Kent Haruf for the Summer NYSCA Book Discussion. This discussion will be led by retired English Professor William Rainbolt of SUNYA.
AUG. 16
1 p.m. — The Northville Public Library, 341 S. Third St., will hold miSci Science Program for kids, “Engineering Mission.” There is a 25 seat limit for this program.
AUG. 19
6 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will present Sonny and the Suspicians at Waterfront Park, Main St. The rain venue will be at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main. Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and enjoy a fun-filled summer event in the park. Admission is free, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person would be appreciated.
AUG. 26
6 p.m. — The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network will present Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys at Waterfront Park, Main St. The rain venue will be at the B-con corner located on the corner of Bridge and Main. Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and enjoy a fun-filled summer event in the park. Admission is free, however, a suggested donation of $5 per person would be appreciated.