Last Weekend in June

First, I had to laugh at this Onion article–how perfect that it actually says it’s from Niskayuna, NY!  Between this and that news brief they did on period movies, it’s as if they can peer into my Very Soul.

Here’s what’s going on this weekend:

All Weekend

Evening of Friday, June 25th

Saturday, June 26th

  • 10 am to noon Junior Naturalist program on Frogs and Salamanders at Dyken Pond for kids ages 2-10. $3/child or $6/family, pre-registration encouraged
  • It’s Art on Lark from 10 am to 5 pm.
  • There’s a Native Plant Sale at Thacher from 10 am to 3 pm.
  • 10-11 am to noon, they’re kicking off a  Summer Book Club for Kids aged 10 to 12 at East Line Books in Clifton Park.  Actually, they’ve also got writing classes for kids from 2nd grade to teenagers, if you want to check them out.
  • 11 am to noon Summer Book Club for Teenagers 13 to 15 at East Line Books in Clifton Park.  Actually, they’ve also got writing classes for kids from 2nd grade to teenagers, if you want to check them out.
  • From 11 am to 3 pm, the Sand Lake Town Library is having a Family Fair.  A doll parade, a clown, & a bouncy bounce are among the activities.
  • From 12-2 pm, there’s an Intro to Fishing for Families at Grafton Lakes State Park.
  • 2:30 pm:  US Soccer vs. Ghana.  Wherever we happen to be on the road, we will be locating the nearest bar/BBQ place with a tv.  But if you’re staying local, Wolff’s Biergarten is turning it into a block party.
  • You can tie dye at the Albany Art Room from 12-4 pm.  $5 per item to tie dye.  Bring your own or purchase items there.
  • From 3-7 pm, Little Caesar’s in Guilderland is having a fundraiser for the Westmere Fire Department–kids can tour the firetruck, get goody bags, and more.
  • At 6:30 pm, bring a dish to the Full Moon Solstice Hike and Potluck at Dyken Pond.
  • Captain Squeeze & Zydeco Moshers are playing at Freedom Park in Scotia at 7 pm.
  • They’ll be playing bluegrass in the barn at Mabee Farm from 7-9 pm.
  • From 7-9 pm, take a Full Moon Hike at Moreau Lake State Park.
  • It’s the Great American Backyard Campout.

Sunday, June 27th

2 Comments

  1. Michelle

    So, we were out driving around tonight and as I was about to turn off of 236 onto Fellows Rd in Clifton Park and I noticed a huge screen out on a lawn in front of the Halfmoon Town Hall. Lots of people watching some movie (basket ball, lots of singing – I have no idea what movie it was).

    My very first thought was: How did I not know about this?! I read the blog religiously!! I’m a facebook follower! I have it bookmarked and have passed it along to friends looking for things to do.

    As soon as I got home, I double checked to see if I had missed it, or somehow passed it by because it was actually a movie I wasn’t interested in seeing or something. But, alas, no.

    No idea how you find out about the stuff you find out about, but I guess this was one well kept secret!

  2. Michelle–Ack, I hate missing stuff! But when people tell me about the stuff I miss, at least I acquire it for later. I found the link–looks like there’s another movie on 7/9.

    Kelly–No problem!

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