Tuesday, December 10 at 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Come relax, reminisce and sing along as Richard and Casey Chapman entertain your whole family with Christmas favorites and lesser-known tunes from decades past. Join in the familiar refrain of a holiday classic sung over guitar and ukulele while the kids keep the beat with sleigh bells. Hear the tale of Santa’s helicopter in Gene Autry’s “Santa’s Coming in a Whirlybird.” Take some time out from your hectic holiday schedule to see what cheer these multi-instrumentalists have in store. Register online.
Saturday, December 14 at 1:00 pm
A Puppet Show Featuring The Puppet People!
This puppet spectacular features beautiful handcrafted marionettes, lavish costumes, vivid sets, and a professional soundtrack including many holiday favorites. This show is sure to please. For children age 4 and up.
This program is free.
Monday, December 16 at 6:00 pm
We will be providing sugar cookies and icing along with some deco items such as sprinkles or edible beads to dress up our cookies. Demonstrations will be given on how to pipe royal icing and roll and cut out fondant pieces for your cookie. There will also be some holiday themed items to use for decoration.
Everyone will be able to take home some finished cookies. Instructor: Becky Kendall from Sweet Sues
Classes are free and open to the public. Registration is required and class sizes are limited. Please call 274-7071 to register or register online.
Thursdays, December 19 and December 26 at 11:00 am
This class will be a fusion of different yoga styles, with a combination of breathing techniques and meditations. You will leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Posture modifications will be available to suit all levels of practice. Please bring your own yoga mat, limited amount of yoga mats provided.
To register, please contact Europa at Empowerment Exchange (518) 235-2173.
Mondays in January at 6:00 pm
Travel to India through books with a four-week excursion –we have two literary ports of call supplemented with lectures, films clips, and current material. Our first book is the novel The Death of Vishnu by Manil Suri, the story of a man who does errands for the residents of an apartment block; how is his life different from those who live above? What does this tell us about Indian society, or about our own? Indian Summer:The Secret History of the End of an Empire by Alex Van Tunzelmann is an historian’s account of the birth of modern India and Pakistan. You will meet Gandhi, Nehru, Jinnah, and Mountbatten in detail you haven’t seen before. A fascinating story of a troubled time. Your host for the journey is Professor Bruce C. Browne, who lived in India for eighteen years while attending Woodstock School. He and his wife have since lived in Iran and Qatar, and enjoy travel.
Wednesdays (December 4th, 11th, 18th) at 3:30 pm
Calling all Tweens!
Join us for crafts, games, and other activities, after school! Each event will feature something new. Don’t miss out! Come as you are – No registration required!