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Oct. 19, 20 and Oct. 26, 27, 5 to 10 p.m
A family friendly feature will be available from 4 to 6 p.m.
The event offers fun for all ages with games, food, face painting and a costume contest at 6:30 p.m. nightly.
Cost is $8 for “Little Screamers” and $12 per person. You can pre-purchase tickets and skip the ticket line, Simply message us here or email, OperationAdoptASoldierInc@gmail.com!
You’re in for a scare if you join us for our Haunted Hayride after dark!
The 2018 Rummage Sale for the Fort Edward Rescue Squad is coming up Friday through Sunday October 19th-October 21st. If you’d like to donate please contact the Fort Edward Rescue Squad at 518-747-6198 or drop off items at 75 Schuyler Street in Fort Edward now through October 14th! This will benefit the communities of Fort Edward, Kingsbury & Hudson Falls!
The Warren County Historical Society will hold its Annual Gala on Thursday, October 25th from 6 to 9pm at The Culinary Arts Center of SUNY Adirondack, 14 Hudson Avenue, Glens Falls.
This year’s theme is “A Hawaiian Gala!” We will be honoring Glens Falls’ native son Charles Reed Bishop, born in 1822 at the tollbooth on the bridge over the Hudson River. As a young man, Charles set sail with his friend William Little Lee of Sandy Hill (Hudson Falls) to the Pacific Ocean, landing in the Hawaiian Islands. Bishop married into the Kamehamea royal family and became one of the founders of modern-day Hawaii, founding Hawaii’s first bank, the Agricultural Society, and schools. Lee served as Hawaii’s Chief Justice and Chancellor.
SUNY Adirondack’s Culinary Arts Center will be offering a full-Hawaiian menu for the evening. Hawaiian music will be featured, and guests are encouraged to “dress Hawaiian.”
Tickets are $65 each ($55 will benefit the WCHS). A cash bar will be provided. Tickets are available at the Warren County Historical Society, 50 Gurney Lane, Queensbury Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 4pm, and Fridays and Saturdays 10am to 4pm. Cash or check (made out to “Warren County Historical Society.”) For more information, please call 518-743-0734.
The Warren County Historical Society is pleased to announce that it will dedicate its Resource Center to founding member Dr. Marilyn J. Van Dyke at the annual Open House on Saturday, November 10. The event will begin at 11am and continue until 2pm, with the official honoring of Dr. Van Dyke to be held at 12 noon.
Guests will have the opportunity to tour the Society’s headquarters at 50 Gurney Lane, Queensbury as well as to view the current exhibit, “Logging at the Bend in the River.” The Book and Gift Shop will be open for purchases and holiday shopping, and refreshments will be available.
The Warren County Historical Society was chartered by in 1997 by the New York State Education Department for the collection, preservation, and promotion of the heritage of Warren County. The Society has a vast collection of artifacts, photographs, maps, and other historical materials pertaining to the region. Exhibits are offered, and a historical journal, Pasttimes, is published quarterly. The WCHS is a non-profit membership organization funded through dues, donations, gifts, and grants. Governed by a 20-member Board of Trustees, its activities are carried out by an Executive Director and a staff of volunteers. The Society has 501 (c)3 tax exempt status and NYS sales tax exemption.
For further information, please call 518 – 743 – 0734 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the Society on Facebook and Twitter, and visit the website at www.wcnyhs.org. The WCHS is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 4pm, and Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.
The Doyle’s with the help of our family and friends will open our 3rd annual Haunted Woods trail on October 27th beginning at 6:30pm. The trail is filled with screams and squeals around every corner… You will never believe what is in store for you in the woods! Be ready to be frightened!
This year all proceeds from the event will be going to “Braydens Best Day Ever”! Brayden is Our Cousin he was diagnosed with DIPG a rare brain tumor. Braden is 9 and currently undergoing treatment to fight and win the battle against cancer! His awesome older brother Alex and twin brother Cam came up with a plan to sell bracelets to raise $ to take there brother to have one fantastic day! We thought how perfect to be able to add to the cause and help his brothers give Bray the best day ever!
We dare you to enter. All ages are welcome 🎃Groups of 5 and under will enter! To respect our neighbors last group enters at 10pm!
Admission will be a suggested donation of $5 per person. Baked goods, hot cider and cocoa will be available for sale!
Help one of our neighbors in need:
On August 1, Destinee McCoy only 22 years young was in a horrific car accident involving an 18 wheeler tractor trailer. She was airlifted to Albany Medical where she underwent intense surgery.
Destinee is a strong, beautiful and courageous woman with an enormous heart and an amazing soul.
As many of us know, finances and bills are last thing needed to placed on the family’s minds. Any little bit will go a long way during Destinee and her family’s time of need.
Click on the picture below to find out how you can help!
We wanted to start a gofundme to help raise money for Krystal and I while we stay here with Haley in Albany. When we came down here we didn’t know what to expect. We are currently awaiting to travel to Boston children’s hospital or children’s hospital of Philadelphia. We’ve been picking up supply’s for Haley as needed as trying to get things for our selves. we didn’t have much when we came down here originally maybe about 70$ and that ran out in just a few days as we aren’t given food here just Haley is.
Haley suffers from a Plural Effusion known as Chylothorax where she has a build up for Chyle fluid in her chest in the space between her lungs and her chest cavity. currently we have been here about 9 days and it hasn’t gotten better she has a tube inserted into her chest to drain the fluid. shes had a pretty constant flow of fluid. as of 2 days ago an infection called strep midus has started and shes been pretty weak. were trying to make here comfortable but theirs not much Krystal and I can do. she has 2 Antibiotics , an air tube for her lungs a medicine to help give here IV nutrients and more connected to her. shes already had her right lung collapse once and there afraid it will happen again. we’ve been in the ICU this whole time.
Join Operation Adopt a Soldier at our Honor Our Veterans Buffet Brunch held at Fortune’s Restaurant at Saratoga Casino and Hotel Sunday November 11th, 11am-2pm.
Come out for a morning filled with good food, great entertainment and amazing company as we honor all those military men and women who served the USA.
There will be basket raffles, 50/50, auctions and harness track horse racing!
Price is $25 ($30 at the door), children $10 ($15 at the door) and children younger than 3 are free. We suggest purchasing tickets a head of time to ensure your free $10 play card.
For Advance tickets please contact Cliff at 518.260.9922 or Sherry at 518.522.2472. Hope to see you there!
Thanks to Nemer Chrysler Forf & Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Queensbury!