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First Fridays Texas Hold 'em Tournament
Shuffle up and deal at The Texas Hold 'Em Tournament at The Armory. Get in on the most exciting Texas Hold 'Em tourney around on the very first Friday of every month. Doors open at 6:00pm, play starts at 6:30pm. The buy-in is $35.00 with an option for a $10.00 add on, plus a $5.00 high hand pot. Newcomers and experienced players are all welcome. For more information, read the flyer or call 518-686-9050.
Farmer's Market and Artisan Exchange—at the Armory.
The Hoosick Falls Artisan Exchange and Market is alive and well and still at The Armory, but the schedule has changed. You can still get locally made goods, fresh produce, an Angel or Tarot Reading, maple syrup, hickory syrup, popcorn and more. The new dates for upcoming markets are: December 13, January 31, March 14 and April 25. All are Fridays; all are from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. More information.
At the Churches:
Weekly Events at Immaculate Conception Church
The Church is located at 67 Main Street in Hoosick Falls.
Fish Fry Fridays Beginning Friday, March 7th St. Mary's Academy will once again be offering fabulous fish fry dinners at Immaculate Conception Church every Friday during Lent beginning at 5 p.m. Dinners are $9 and include hand battered fish fry on a roll, homemade tartar sauce or cocktail sauce, french fries, homemade cole slaw and dessert. Macaroni and cheese dinners with french fries are also available for $5.
Weekly Events at the Hoosick Falls First Baptist Church
The Church is located at 80 Main Street in Hoosick Falls and is handicap accessible.
Tuesdays at 10am—Bible study with Pastor Kenneth Webster—open to everyone. Call 686-5779 for more information.
Wednesdays 6-7pm—Free walking aerobic class open to everyone. All fitness levels welcome. Anyone with health concerns, please check with physician prior to attending. Call 686-1677 for more information.
Saturdays 8:30-9:30—Free stretching class. No mat or floor work. Good for anyone, especially those new to exercising and needing a place to start. Call 686-1677 for more information.
Weekly Events at the Community Alliance Church
The Church is located at 484 Hill Road in Hoosick Falls and is handicap accessible.
Tuesdays 6:30-8:00pm—Celebrate Recovery, faith-based 12-step recovery program for anyone with hurts and habits. Call 686-5962 for more info.
- Coffee & Camaraderie Wednesdays. A time for Veterans and family members to connect. Wednesday mornings (except holidays) 9-11am at the Hooosick Falls Community Alliance Church. For info, call: 686-3269.
- 7-8:30am—Olympians: Bible Study for children in grades 2-6. Bible stories, games, snacks. Transportation provided if needed. Call 686-4044 for more info.
- Youth Group every other Thursday night at 7:00pm at the church.
- Breakfast Club on opposite weeks Friday mornings at 6:15 am at the Youngmann home at 42 Home Street. Devotions, music, breakfast. Transportation to school provided. Call 686-3269 for more info.
Barn Quilt Project
Organizations and individuals who are interested in participating in any way, shape or form should call HAYC3 at 686-9050 or email email@example.com. In addition to building the frames—which are now complete—there are many ways to get involved: as a sponsor, designing and/or painting the quilts, apply to have a quilt on your barn, farm structure or building (even in the village). No matter what your skill or talent, whether you are a quilter, carpenter, painter, or just care about this community, you have something to contribute. Look for more information and application forms on our website towards the end of this month.
Read more about the Hoosick Barn Quilt Project here.
Presentation: The Irish-American Invasion of Canada—Monday, March 10th
We would like to invite you to join us in the Cheney Library at 7 p.m. where local historian Mike Russert will focus on the 1866 invasion of Ontario, Canada, which started in Buffalo by the Fenian Brotherhood. The talk will examine the background of the invasion, the organization of the Irish Army of Liberation, and the battles fought in the summer of 1866. We will learn how these events relate to the Hoosick Falls St. Patrickís Day Parade. More information.
Healthcare Help—Friday, March 14th
Confused about healthcare? Get health insurance help and information at The Armory from 5-7pm. Pamela Cole, a representative from WellCare, a healthcare group that partners with providers and governments to deliver quality, cost-effective health care solutions will be there to meet with you and help you make sense of the confusing healthcare system. WellCare provides managed care services through government-sponsored programs, such as Medicaid and Medicare. They offer a variety of health plans for families and children, as well as prescription drug plans.
Empty Bowls—Friday, March 14th
6:00-8:00pm at the Armory. In conjunction with HFCS and SMA (Bowls are created by Ms. Connerís HF High School ceramics students, soup is prepared by St. Maryís Academy). Buy a hand-made bowl for $10 and get all-you-can-eat soup! High school art show and Jazz Band performance. All proceeds benefit the HACA Food Pantry. More information.
Dr. Seuss Birthday Party—Saturday, March 15th
10:00am at the Cheney Library. A day for children and families to come celebrate Dr. Seuss' 110th birthday with stories, projects, and treats. See the library's Facebook Page for event information.
22nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Irish Fest—Saturday, March 15th
The parade kicks off at 1:00pm with over 40 marching units and floats and will be followed by the Irish Fest with events and specials happening at venues and establishments around the Village. The Parade and Irish Fest have become the single largest one-day event in the Town of Hoosick with two to three thousand visitors that day. The annual wearing o' the green to shed the winter blues! More information.
Around the Village:
Immaculate Conception Church: Irish Step dancers, bagpipers, music, ADAPT food booth.
Hoosick Falls Country Club: Irish singer Mark Jones, bagpipers, corned beef and cabbage dinner.
Eagles Club: Classic rock with "Red Handed", plus corned beef dinner specials. More info.
St. Stanislaw Society: Music from "The Brewsters" and "Together Again", plus corned beef sandwiches.
The Sand Bar: The always entertaining Celtic Games, plus drink and food specials.
Scotty's Diner: Irish singer Brendan McGuire, corned beef and beer for the day.
Falls Diner: Corned beef dinners.
Memoirs of War—Saturday, March 29th
3:00-5:00pm at the Community Alliance Church. Highlighting some of Mary Kipp's Standard Press news clippings on HF WWII soldiers, readings of letters that were written home to loved ones, and viewing artwork by WWII Veteran Bill Bovard. Refreshments will be served. If you know someone who has a letter they might like to share, contact Gail at 686-3269. Sponsored by Voice of a Vet. For more info visit the facebook event page.
Hoosick Community Night at Albany Devils—Sunday, March 30th
3:00pm at the Times Union Center. The Albany Devils vs. the Binghampton Senators. Special discount group general seating and access for 20 in a reserved luxury box (luxury box seating details to follow). Poster giv-away, post-game autograph session, post-game public skate (sorry, skates are not available to rent.)To reserve a seat in the Hoosick Community location, lock in your seats by Monday, March 17th. There will be buses for the event leaving from HFCS. See the reservation form and event flyer for details.
St. Mary's Annual Spring Auction—Saturday, April 5th
6:00pm at St. Mary's Academy. Wine, beer, and finger foods will be served. Ron Seifert auctioneer. Plans are underway for the annual spring auction fundraiser. Be a part of the fun and help sucure the future of SMA.
- Donate an item, service, or gift certificate to our live or silent auction.
- Sponsor the event at the Gold ($1000), Silver ($500) or Bronze ($250) levels.
- Advertise in the auction brochure ($50 per ad)
- Come to the auction, have fun, and bid, bid, bid!
Inaugural Stephen Colvin Football Tourney—Saturday, June 7th
A flag football tournament will be held at 10:00am at the Hoosick Falls Central School athletic field to honor the memory of Stephen Colvin who had a passion for the game. The tournament will include 6 vs. 6 gameplay, guarantee at least 2 games, and require a $60/team entry fee. This is a co-ed tournament and all teams must be mixed-gender (2 members of each gender min.). 14 years and older please. All proceeds will go to the Stephen W. Forrest Colvin Scholarship Fund. More information.