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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.
The market is always happy to welcome new vendors. Farmers who produce fibers, flowers, vegetables, eggs, cheese, and other food products, picklers and canners, syrup makers, bakers, artisans, artists, jewelry makers, knitters and crocheters, quilters and other people who sew, wood workers, metal workers—whatever you grow or create, we want you to sell it in The Armory in Hoosick Falls. For more information and to obtain forms, visit the HAYC3 website, or call: 518-686-9050
Starting on May 7th, the Market will move to its spring/summer schedule—every Wednesday from 4:00-6:30pm.
HAYC3 Weekly Events
HAYC3 is located at:
Youth Center—115 Church Street & The Armory—80 Church Street
in Hoosick Falls.
Phone: 518-686-9050 Website: hayc3.org
- Yoga at the Armory—meets Wednesdays from 7-8pm ($10/session), and Sundays 11am-noon (pay what you will).
- Fit Club at the Armory—meets Mondays from 7-8pm. Brought to you by your local Beachbody coaches. (pay what you will).
For complete information on programs and events that HAYC3 offers check out their website.
Events at The Cheney Library
The Library is located at 73 Classic Street in Hoosick Falls.
Phone: 518-686-9401 Website: cheneylibrary.org
- Knit/Crochet Club—meets every Tuesday at 9:30am at the Library.
- Between the Covers Book Club—meets every second Tuesday at 6:30pm at the Library.
- The Golden Girls Book Club—meets every fourth Tuesday at 1:00pm at Woodpark.
- Quilting Club—meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm at the Library.
For daily online activities to engage families and young children, visit the family literacy calendar at DayByDayNY.org
Saturday Book Sales
The first Saturday of each month, from 8:00am – 1:00 pm, books are for sale in the basement of our Library.
Louis Miller Museum - Hoosick Historical Societey
Hours: Mondays & Tuesdays 1:00-4:00pm or by appointment, and the second Saturday of each month starting in May from 10:00am-2:00pm.
The Historical Society also maintains a Facebook page.
At the Churches:
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.
The Hoosick 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.
See a complete schedule of the Barn Quilt Project, including painting days, here.
Read more about the Hoosick Barn Quilt Project, see scheduled events, and get applications here.
Marks on Paper—A Drawing Course
First session: Wednesday, April 2nd
Learn to draw or brush up on your skills. A drawing class for all levels. Express your ideas, work from observation, explore different techniques, acquire confidence, express yourself. YOU CAN DRAW. Offered by HAYC3 in the Art & Soul Room at the Armory. Six Wednesdays beginning April 2nd, 6:30-8:30pm. Taught by Deb Alter. Tuition 30is $150—supplies included. To register, call:914-649-9757 or email.
Town Hall Meeting on Substance Abuse
"In Our Own Backyard"
Wednesday, April 23rd
At the Armory. The nation is experiencing an extremely dangerous epidemic of heroin and prescription drug abuse by teens and young adults. Our region is not immune to this epidemic. This forum is intended to provide concrete, helpful, and useful information in order to proactively confront this situation together and help stop the epidemic now. The discussion is open to parents, students, community members and leaders. Speakers will be on hand to address issues of community law enforcement, treatment and recovery as well as to offer prevention tools and discuss ways in which our community can work to protect and assist our youth. It is imperative that concerned citizens read the informational packet and attend the meeting.
120Gallery90 Opening & Music in Hoosick
Friday, April 25th
At the galleries: Maggi Randall—Artwork in a Virety of Media, and Hoosick Artist's Guild—Metamorphosis of Seven Chairs. Opening reception 6-8pm. Music in the Owl's Nest from 7-8pm—HFHS Chorus, Bill Brown, Martha VonSchilgen, Ambigay Yudkoff. More information.
Kiwanis Walk for Autism
Saturday, April 26th
Sign-in is at 9:00am, walk starts at 10:00am at the Armory. An easy 2-mile walk suitable for the whole family. The event will also feature a 50-50 drawing, door prizes, indoor and outdoor vendors, food, crafts and a flea market. All procedes to benefit Autism research. $10 vendor entry fee. Pick up vendor entry and walk forms at Thorps or from HAYC3 or by printing them out here. For more information, call Gale Leva at 518-686-4600, or Wendy Larson at 518-686-4910.
Fancy Nancy & the Pirates Party
Saturday, April 26th
Come and have fun at Cheney Library's Fancy Nancy and the Pirates Party on Saturday, April 26th at 10:00 am. Dress up as the fanciest Nancy or come as a Pirate. We will read a story about Nancy, learn Pirate lingo, sing a sea chantey and enjoy cookies and drinks. There will even be a treasure hunt! This event is for preschool children through third grade—we ask caregivers to attend, please. In case you are unable to attend, you can check out a book about Fancy Nancy or Pirates, we have a very good selection available. More information.
Hoosick Falls Fire Department Open House
Saturday, April 26th
The open house will be hosted at the Hoosick Falls Fire Department on Griffin Avenue in the Village of Hoosick Falls. It is an opportunity for the public to meet firefighters and learn about the duties and rewards that come with being a volunteer firefighter. Hoosick Falls members will conduct tours of the fire station and apparatus, as well as give visitors the opportunity to try on the protective equipment worn by firefighters (turnout gear). Members will also discuss the requirements to become a volunteer, answer any questions, and let visitors know how to get involved in the fire department. Various activities and demonstrations will be held throughout the day. In addition, hot dogs, hamburgers, and other refreshments will be provided while they last.
Spring Youth Sports Opening Day
Saturday, April 26th
The annual parade departs at 11:00 from Wood's Park. Opening ceremonies and first games to follow immediately after the parade at the Little League fields.
First Baptist Church Youth Group Bake Sale
Saturday, May 3rd
The Hoosick Falls First Baptist Church Youth Group will hold a bake sale at the Stewart's Shop located at the corner of Rt. 7 and Rt. 22 in Hoosick. All proceeds will benefit their Youth Fund, which provides financial assistance for the kids to attend our American Baptist Church camps in New York State during the summer. Baked goods donations are needed. If you would like to donate a baked good of some variety for our event and/or have any questions please contact Kim Brownell at 518-491-8278. And, we hope you'll stop by the sale and purchase a sweet treat. Thanks for your support!
Village Clean-up Day
Saturday, May 3rd
On your marks, get set, go get your cleaning team together! Or come on your own. Join other community members between 9am-12pm and volunteer to help do some spring-cleaning. Everyone is encouraged to help; this annual project attracts more than 150 individuals, groups, churches, schools, businesses, and organizations. Besides giving the village a spring spruce-up, you get to meet and spend time with others who care about our village—and it feels good to do something positive. Help tidy up and groom parks, flowerbeds, roadsides, sidewalks, yards, and other community spaces and get them ready for the warm weather that is coming any day now.
If you know of a public or community organization’s space that needs help, please let us know. We will make every attempt that it is covered by one of the groups on cleanup day.
Each team, or group of people, will be assigned a specific area to focus on. Meet at the HAYC3 welcome station in Wood Memorial Park at 9am to get your Community Beautification Assignment. Visit the HAYC3 website for more information, or call HAYC3 at 686-9050.
Helping Children Keep a Garden Journal
Saturday, May 3rd
Cheney Library, 10:00am
Come and visit Cheney Library and be part of this gardening lecture. Some children, once introduced to gardening, will become life-long gardeners. Others lose interest fast and head back to their computer games. Whether their interests are in art, music, writing or building, teaching children to keep a journal will get them outdoors and hone their academic skills through the school year or over vacations, all while tending their garden plants. Leader Marilou Town-Pudiak is a Master Gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension and a retired teacher. With spring on its way, summer will be here before you know it. There will be lots to learn for kids and adults. For more information, visit the Cheney Library website.
Memoirs of War
Saturday, May 3rd
A multimedia presentation will take viewers back in history and show how the lives of local servicemen and women were intertwined with the annals of the World Wars. Video clips, newspaper clippings, and historical displays will all help give a better understanding of local veterans’ roles in history. Among other things, you’ll hear about and see a video depicting the key role Hoosick Falls’ 105th Infantry played in bringing to termination World War I after months of stalemate, during the Battle of Somme, a piece of history that is little known. Family members will read letters received from loved ones while at war, and World War II Veteran Bill Bovard will display some of his artwork that has a military and local flair. Refreshments will be served.
The event takes place at Hoosick Falls Community Alliance Church, 484 Hill Road, Hoosick Falls, NY. Doors will open at 2 pm to view exhibits.
This is a collaborative effort between the Hoosick Township Historical Society and Voice of a Vet, Heroes at Home and the American Legion. For more information, contact Gail at 686-3269 or 686-9888, or visit the facebook event page.
5th Annual Taste of Hoosick
Sunday, May 4th
At St. Mary's Academy in Hoosick Falls. Taste of Hoosick showcases fifteen of the top restaurants in the area to give the public the opportunity to taste specialty items from each of them. This year we're very excited to bring to St. Mary's stage, the Hoosick Falls Central School Jazz Band, under the direction of Bill Brown. Also performing will be the Tune Travelers with Dottie Cross and Friends. The Silent Auction promises to have something for everyone! Pet lover? Look for one of several baskets for that pampered pet. A quilt piece by Iva, Capri's Dot's goat soap basket. Need a cake for a special occasion? Gardening? Special Breakfast? Looking for a new "do"? Household goods and services? A huge variety of gift certificates. Much, much, more. Don't go away empty handed! Remember Mom on Mother's Day May 11th. Tickets for the event are $12.50 before the event or $15 at the door for adults, $10 for children age 6-12, and free for children 5 and under. Tickets will be available at several locations, to be announced. All proceeds from the event will go to the HACA Food Pantry. Pantry volunteers will be on hand accepting food donations too.
Hoosic River Greenway Birds and Buds Walk
Saturday, May 10th
Local naturalist and horticulture expert Kevin Hemeon will lead a walk along the Hoosic River Greenway to talk about indigenous bird and plant species along the trail. This is Kevin's second teaching-walk on the greenway. The first walk was very insightful and this one should not be missed if you have an interest in bird and plant life. Learn about what plants to avoid, recognize invasive species, and even learn some little-known uses of plants—like removing poison ivy itch. The walk will leave from the parking lot at the Shop Bridge at 9:00am. Bring comfortable shoes and lots of questions. This easy walk is suitable for all ages.
First Baptist Church Spring Tag Sale
Saturday, May 10th
A Tag Sale will be held at the First Baptist Church, 80 Main St., Hoosick Falls. Time to clean out your closets, attics, cellars and garages AND rent a table for $10 to sell your “treasures”—OR come to shop! Refreshments and food items will also be for sale. All proceeds will benefit the First Baptist Church building fund. To rent a table contact Judy Brownell at 892-3924 or email. There is limited number of tables to rent, so don't wait! See the flyer.
Saturday, May 10th
How do you make a Hoosical Furnishing? Take one piece of cool furniture or home accessories, old or new, match it up with the right artist, ask him or her to transform it—paint on it, add something to it, take it apart and rearrange it—and voila! Eclectic, artistic, original, whimsical, dramatic, creative, elegant, unique, funky and functional are just some of the adjectives that participants have used to describe the artist-altered one-of-a-kind items up for auction at HAYC3’s Hoosical Furnishings.
The furnishing might be a bench, a child’s chair, a table, a lamp, a mirror, or a trunk; it might even be a doghouse. It may be functional or decorative—or both. Whatever it is, it will definitely be imaginative and impressive. There will be 50 pieces, large and small, old and new and each one has been transformed by an artist from its original plain old self into a work of art.
How do you get a Hoosical Furnishing? You come to the Hoosical Furnishings Auction of course. Look for the Hoosical Furnishings on display around the village starting Tuesday, April 29th. Find your favorite. At the Hoosical Furnishings event on Saturday May 10th, all of the pieces will be at The Armory. Previews begin at 6:00pm, the bidding starts at 7:00pm. There will be a cash bar and light refreshments. Please note, this is a 21 and older only event.
Tickets are $20 and the quantity is limited. Call HAYC3 at 518-686-9050 to get your tickets or visit their website for more information. If you cannot be at the event, but would like to bid on an item, you can get an Absentee Bid Form. Just print it out, fill it out and mail it in.
Sharon Katz and The Peace Train Concert
Thursday, May 15th
Grammy-nominated artists Sharon Katz and the Peace Train will roll into Hoosick Falls on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. for a concert to benefit the Hoosick Falls High School Performing Arts Council. The South African singer/songwriter/guitarist and several members of the Peace Train will spend the day at Hoosick Falls High School leading music and dance workshops for approximately 25-30 student musicians and performing arts students. The students will learn traditional African songs and peace anthems, drumbeats and dance routines and will join the Peace Train on stage for the concert. Childcare will be available during the concert and will include arts and crafts activities, homework help and snacks. Tickets $7 students $10 adults can be purchased in advance at HFCS, through students or Joyce Brewer- (518)258-5772. More Information.
29th Annual Wood Memorial Road Race
Saturday, May 17th
Race starts at 9:00am–Wood's Park, Hoosick Falls. 5K run and 1-mile walk. Trophies to the first place male and female overall finishers. Special trophies to the first male and first female residents of the Town of Hoosick to finish, and first wheelchair entry to finish. Gold and silver medals to be awarded to each male and female in each age division. For fees and event information, and to register for the race, see the event flyer.
6th Annual Polish Hall Poker Run
Saturday, May 17th
Motorcycles, cars, trucks... all vehicles welcome. Sign-ups from 10:00am-noon. Ride leaves at noon. $20 per vehicle and driver, $10 per passenger. Prizes, and food at the Polish Hall following the run. All proceeds to benefit the Karen McGovern Cancer Fund. For information, call Ron Hall at 518-322-6798. or see the event flyer.
A poker run is an organized event where participants must visit checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The object is to have the best poker hand at the end of the run.
Memorial Day Cemetery Tour
Saturday, May 17th
Hoosick Falls Community Alliance Church will be hosting “The Meaning of Memorial Day,” which will be followed by a Cemetery Tour. Doors will open at noon for light refreshments and to view exhibits. At 1:00pm there will be a short program on “The Meaning of Memorial Day.” From there we will move on to St. Mary’s and Maple Grove Cemeteries for a tour of grave sites and hear commentary on those in our community who were Killed in Action, as well as stop at other historical figures such as Walter A. Wood and Edith Craig Reynolds.
This event is a collaborative effort between the Hoosick Township Historical Society and Voice of a Vet, Heroes at Home and the American Legion. For more information, contact Gail Smith at 686-3269 or 686-9888.
Village-wide Tag Sale
Saturday, May 24th
The annual Hoosick Falls Village-wide Tag Sale, organized by HAYC3, is happening on May 24, 2014 in and around Hoosick Falls. A free map of registered tag sale locations will be available at the Armory from 9am-12pm on the day of the event.
Visit The HAYC3 event page for the forms you need to get on the map for free or to sign up for a 10’ x 10’ space in the Armory for $20. If you would like more information, call 686-9050 or email HAYC3. Either way, you must sign up by Thursday, May 1st. Armory spaces will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Inaugural SMA Duck Derby
Saturday, May 31st
A benefit for St. Mary's Academy. Noon to 7:00pm at Brown's Brewing Co., 50 Factory Hill Road Hoosick Falls, NY. A fun filled day featuring a classic Duck Derby, BBQ, live music and games on the Walloomsac River. The Duck Derby is a lottery style mini rubber duck race. Each duck is numbered and participants can purchase a duck for $10 per duck or a Quack Pack—3 for $20. The ducks will be raced down the Walloomsac River at 5:30 pm. Grand Prize: $1,000! Tickets are available at Bagel & Brew Cafe, St. Mary’s Academy—during school hours, Thorpe’s Pharmacy & Brown’s Troy Taproom. For more information, contact Maureen Daurio, call 518-686-4314 or view the event flyer.
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.
Battle for Bennington Reenactment
Saturday & Sunday, August 16th & 17th
The Brigade of the American Revolution will be hosting the 237th Anniversary of the Battle for Bennington on the weekend of August 16 & 17, 2014 at the Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site in the Town of Hoosick. For complete details on the reenactment, see the event website.