Events Calendar

November 2017

 

Friday, November 24

Info 04:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: Mohawk Valley Gateway Overlook, 1 Bridge Street, Amsterdam 12010

Cost: free

For more information please contact:
Danielle Whelly | (518)841-4369
www.amsterdamrecreation.com/

Tree Lighting Service

SANTA! – Pictures with Mr. Claus
Horse Carriage Rides
Kids Train Ride
Yummy Goodies
Holiday Music
Family Fun For Everyone
& MORE!

 

Saturday, November 25

Info 03:00 PM07:00 PM

Where: Old Fort Johnson, 2 Mergner Road (Routes 5 & 67 one mile west of Amsterdam), Fort Johnson 12070

Cost: $5.00 suggested donation | Old Fort Johnson

For more information please contact:
Rachel Bliven | 518-843-0300 | Email
www.oldfortjohnson.org

Start your weekend with an Open House reception at Sir William’s Old Fort Johnson. Light refreshments, music and our holiday gift shop. Suggested donation of $5.00.

Sunday, November 26

Info 08:00 AM

Where: Muni Clubhouse, 158 Upper Van Dyke Ave, Amsterdam

For more information please contact:
518-627-2800 x2

Santa has made room in his busy schedule to come visit us and join us for breakfast before he gets busy at the North Pole. Buffet breakfast and more for $12 per adult, children under 4 are free, children 4-12 are $7. Reservations are highly encouraged. 518-627-2800 x2

Tuesday, November 28

Info 06:30 PM08:00 PM

Where: Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site, 129 Schoharie Street, PO Box 140, Fort Hunter 12069

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
David Brooks | 518-829-7516 | Email
www.facebook.com/Schoharie-Crossing-State-Historic-Site-176549742399508/

The last of the series provides a flavorful conclusion to our celebration of New York’s rich cultural heritage; as we welcome Amanda Massie, Curator for the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation’s Bureau of Historic Sites and Valerie Balint, former curator at Olana State Historic Site, as they embark on a culinary journey that links technology to food tastes and availability. Learn how exotic foods such as pineapple and avocado found their way into 19th-century cookbooks, and how the ability to serve them on Japanese imported plates became within the reach of middle class homes throughout the United States. Discover the math and science behind shopping, cooking and dining in this period. Through an illustrated lecture, period reproductions and a tasting, Ms. Massie and Ms. Balint will tickle your taste buds.

Thursday, November 30

Info 09:30 AM11:00 AM

Where: Walter Elwood Museum of the Mohawk Valley, 100 Church Street, Amsterdam 12010

Cost: Registration Fee (5 weeks) is $65.00 per person and a Materials Fee $40.00 per person and is payable to the instructor.

For more information please contact:
Ann M. Peconie, Director | 5188435151 | Email
100 Church Street

Crazy Clay with Suzanna Hunter, Ceramic Artist

Thursday evenings 7-8:30pm from November 2nd to December 7th (No Classes on November 23rd).

Registration Fee (5 weeks) is $65.00 per person and a Materials Fee $40.00 per person and is payable to the instructor.

A Clay class for folks of all ages. Materials, instructions, and firing of weekly projects is included. For beginners, but more advanced students are always welcome. A perfect time to make unique and personal holiday gifts for friends and family.