LOCAL AUTHOR DAYALBANY Local Author Day Saturday, September 19th from 1pm-4pm Barnes & Noble, Inc., 131 Colonie Center, Suite 355, Albany. Bernard Conners Loudonville, NY: Bernard Conners, former publisher of The Paris Review, has a distinguished career in government, business, pub-lishing, and lm. He is the best-selling author of Dance-hall, Tailspin, and Dont Embarrass the Bureau. Cruising with Kate: Enjoy a rollicking ride with Bernard and Cool Kate, his un appable wife, on a trip behind the scenes at diverse places such as corporate boardrooms, The Paris Review, and the FBI. Follow the insecure Bernards nouveau riche climb up New Yorks social ladder on this rags-to-riches literary joyride. Meryl Day Delmar, NY: Meryl Day has been an attorney for children in Rensselaer County Family Court for nine years. The sequel to Jordy the Jaguar is being prepped for publication. Jordy the Jaguar: An extraordinary feline, Jordy the Jaguar, joins Fred and Marys family. With his brother dog, Ollie, and sister cat, Tallie, Jordy tries to get along with his new family. Will Jordy nally claim his place in his new home?
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION SEEKS VOLUNTEERSALBANY We are looking for volunteers to give 3-4 hours per week to help out with general of ce duties, light maintenance, or program and event related projects. Training is provided. Make your own hours. Call Terry for more information at 456-1203.
DEBTORS ANONYMOUSALBANY Debtors Anonymous is a 12-step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their com-mon problem and help others to recover from compulsive debting. Group meets on Tuesdays at St. Andrews Epis-copal Church (Room 5, upstairs), 10 North Main Street, Albany. For additional information, contact Donna at 588-3405.
CAPITAL REGION KINGDOM BUILDERS TO MEETBALLSTON LAKE Capital Region Kingdom Builders, a networking and referral generating group for Christian business owners, professionals, and job seekers will be meeting on Thursday, September 10 at 8am at Living Hope Christian Church, 978 Route 50, Ballston Lake. For more information on Kingdom Builders please call (518) 301-0140 or email email@example.com.
CHURCH YARD SALEBALLSTON LAKE Our Lady of Grace Church invites you to a Yard Sale on Friday, September 25, 10am-2pm and Saturday, September 26, 8am-2pm. A Country Store with
baked goods, home canned goods and fresh produce will be available. Handmade crafts will be on hand. The event will also feature household items, games & toys, jewelry, sports and much more. Dont miss it! Join us at 73 Midline Rd., Ballston Lake. For more information call 399-5713.
TEEN MINISTRY MEETINGSBALLSTON LAKE - Greater Grace Community Church, Malta Mall, 43 Round Lake Rd., Ballston Lake, would like to invite teens between the ages of 12-19 to their Fri-day night meetings as part of the churchs Teen Ministry. Meetings begin at 7:30pm. Come have a great time with plenty of other teens and listen to the Pastor Scott Et-man, preach the Word of God. Take the advice from this teenager whose life has never been the same. For more information, call 899-7777.
ELKS THURSDAY NIGHT BINGOBALLSTON LAKE - The Clifton Park Elks hold bingo ev-ery Thursday evening (except major holidays). There are a wide range of games including a progressive jackpot and Bonus Ball. Proceeds help support the Elks Charity Programs. The Lodge is located at 695 MacElroy Road, Ballston Lake. Admission is $5 plus game cards (various prices). Doors open at 6pm and the rst game starts promptly at 7pm. Refreshments are available for sale. For additional information visit www.cliftonparkelks.com or call (518) 877-5200.
MILTON EAGLES ROCK CITY FALLS VOL. FIRE DEPT. 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONBALLSTON SPA Milton Eagles Rock City Falls Volunteer Fire Department 75th Anniversary Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 12, from 1:00pm-9:00pm at Town of Milton Burgess Kimball Park, Rowland Street, Ballston Spa. Food and Beverage by: Deetz Catering, Lunch Brake Truck and Bully Dogs. Special Thanks to the following for their support: Allerdice Rental, Stone Inc., Stewart Company, Town of Milton.
25TH ANNUAL ANTIQUE TRUCK, TRACTOR & GAS ENGINE SHOWBALLSTON SPA September 26 & 27, 2015. Come visit our 25th Annual Antique Truck, Tractor & Gas Engine Show sponsored by the ATHS at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds. Vehicles from 1920 and earlier thru 2015 on display, rain or shine! Flea Market and old parts for sale. No vehicle Registration fee. Admission is $1.00 / per per-son. 9am-5pm Sat. and Sun. Children under 12 admitted free. Food and drinks will be available. Antique Tractor pull is planned on September 27. No Pets are allowed due to Fairground rules.
VFW #358 MEETINGSBALLSTON SPA The VFW Post 358, 68 E. North St,
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Ballston Spa has announced their meetings schedule: Men - Every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm; Ladies Auxiliary - Every 3rd Monday of the month at 7pm; and Mens Auxiliary - Every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7pm. Call 885-8580 for more information.
JOIN CUB SCOUTS BALLSTON SPA - Boys 1st to 5th Grade, Pack 2, Ballston Spa. Wednesday Nights, 7-8pm, 1st Presbyterian Church, 22 West High Street. Info: Buddha Hurtt, CubMaster 884-8666 www.pack2bspa.com
FREE HOME BIBLE STUDYBALLSTON SPA - A Great way to study through the Bible at your convenience. Exciting and informative study that could change your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellow-ship, 885-3149.
ELKS WEEKLY BINGOBALLSTON SPA The Ballston Spa Elks Lodge #2619, 10 Hamilton St., Ballston Spa, holds a $1,600 plus Bingo ev-ery Wednesday night. Doors open at 5:30pm and Bingo starts at 7pm. There is a progressive game and a 50 / 50 special as well as a $700 coverall. Refreshments and Bell Jar Tickets are available. Call 885-1149 for more in-formation.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPBALLSTON SPA Evergreen Adult Day Services, 357 Mil-ton Avenue, Ballston Spa, an af liation of The Wesley Community in Saratoga Springs, hosts a Caregiver Sup-port Group the last Tuesday of each month from 3-4pm. This group is designed for caregivers, families and friends of people with dementia. The group offers participants a chance to meet others in similar situations, share stories of successes and challenges, exchange tips and ideas and learn more about daily care-giving issues. The group also provides an opportunity for additional education on various aspects of Alzheimers disease and related de-mentias. For more information or to register, please con-tact Trudi Cholewinski, at 691-1516. The caregiver sup-port group is provided in conjunction with the Alzheimers Association of NENY.
PC USERS GROUP MONTHLY MEETINGBURNT HILLS PC Users Group Monthly meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 9, 6:30pm at the Town of Ballston Public Library (meeting room), Lake Hill Rd., Burnt Hills. Free & open to the public. The purpose of the group is for PC users (novice through expert) to come together and share their computer experiences and problems with other group attendees. Topic this month Windows 10. For more information, please call Dave at 399-0359.
WOMENS CLUB BEGINS NEW YEARBURNT HILLS The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Womens Club will open its new year on Monday, September 14 at noon at the Burnt Hills Methodist Church Hall, Route 50, Burnt Hills. The program will be presented by repre-sentatives from Wellspring, a Saratoga County organiza-tion devoted to helping victims of domestic violence. A business meeting will follow. The program is open to the public. The Club has been in existence since 1949 and is a member of the General Federation of Womens Clubs. New members are welcome.
FALL ROWING SEASON BEGINS BURNT HILLS Burnt Hills Rowing Fall Season begins Monday, September 14th for Middle School students. Be-ginners are welcome! Please visit us at www.bhrow.com or on Facebook at Burnt Hills Rowing Association for de-tails and registration.
LORDS ACRE FAIRBURNT HILLS The Burnt Hills United Methodist Church, located at 816 Route 50, will have its annual fair on Fri-day and Saturday, September 11 and 12. A variety of booths will be provided including a large white elephant booth, clothing, books, toys, baby items, furniture, sporting goods, tools and tech, baked goods, childrens games, three silent auctions and a country store. The fair and the booths will be open on Friday from 10am to 8pm with a Chicken BBQ served between 4:30 and 7:00pm with dine-in and take-out available. Dinners will cost $11.00 for adults, $6.00 for children and $5.00 for half-chickens. On Saturday, booths will be open from 9am to 3pm. A Pancake Breakfast will be served by Boy Scout Troop 56 from 7:30 to 9:30am. Lunch in the din-ing room will be available on Saturday from 11:30am to 1:30pm but the food booth with its sausage and pepper sandwiches, chili, hot dogs and root beer oats are avail-able most anytime the fair is open. Plenty of parking is available. Bring your family and have a fun time at the fair. Call 399-5144 for additional information.
BURNT HILLS ORATORIO SOCIETY CALL FOR SINGERSBURNT HILLS If you love to sing, come join The Burnt Hills Oratorio Society for its next concert, Saturday, De-cember 5th, 3pm at Grace Chapel in Clifton Park. The choir will be performing Brittens A Ceremony of Carols and Vaughn-Williams Hodie. BHOS welcomes all singers, without audition. New singers accepted through Septem-ber 29. Membership is $45 plus the cost of music. The rst rehearsal is Tuesday, September 8, at the Jonesville United Methodist Church in Clifton Park. We start sing-ing at 7:00pm. Come early to enjoy a potluck dinner at 5:30pm. All other rehearsals are Tuesday nights at BHBL High School choral room. For more info, www.bhos.us,