An Evening with Psychic Medium Joanne Gerber
QUEENSBURY — Join psychic medium Joanne Gerber for an evening of psychic surprises at 7 p.m. Friday at Queensbury High School, 409 Aviation Road.
Gerber is an internationally recognized psychic medium who has done live readings on WJJR 98.1 in Rutland, Vermont.
There will be two raffles for the opportunity to win a half-hour telephone reading session with Gerber. Each session is valued at $225.
Advance tickets are available online at the Queensbury Parks & Recreation website or at the Department Office, 742 Bay Road. Tickets are $15 in advance; $20 at the door. This event is for ages 18 and older.
Glens Falls Peoples Climate March
GLENS FALLS — Organized by TriCounty NY Transition, this is a sister march to the Peoples Climate March in Washington, D.C., and several other marches in the 21st District. The marchers will gather at City Park (next to Crandall Public Library) in downtown Glens Falls at 10 a.m. and march to Crandall Park for a big rally with speakers, music, tables of information and activities for children.
Come march for our future, families, communities and Earth. Stand up, speak out and take action to protect our environment, our right to clean air, clean water, park land, non-endangered species, healthy food sources and to fight for climate justice.
There will be some chairs for people who are unable to stand. There will not be food, so please bring your lunch.
Glens Falls Wing Fest
GLENS FALLS — Glens Falls Wing Fest will start at noon Saturday at Glens Falls restaurants and businesses along Glen, Ridge and Maple streets.
Planned by the Glens Falls Collaborative, the annual Wing Fest is a competition between restaurants for the best wings.
Tasting is from noon to 3 p.m. and an awards ceremony at the bandstand in City Park will close out the event.
Tickets are $1 each, and the number of tickets to taste varies by restaurant.
Judges will taste each entry. There are two trophies up for grabs: The Judge’s Choice and the People’s choice. You must taste from at least eight different restaurants to vote for the People’s Choice.
Participating businesses include 190 Grille, The Barnsider, Bath Fitter, Bull Pen Tavern, Chicken Shack, Davidson Brothers, Dickinson's Delights, Dizzy Chicken, Downtown City Tavern, Farmstead Flatbread, Fresh ADK Gourmet Cafe, Grateful Den, Juicin' Jar, Lake George Olive Oil Co., Lake George Premium Brand Water, Mia Pizzeria, Morgan and Company, Northeast Parent & Child Society, Poblano's Authentic Mexican Food, The Queensbury Hotel, Recovery Sports Grill, Samantha's Cafe & Catering, Siam Thai Sushi, SPoT Coffee, Superior Cantina and Thai Sushi Aroy Dee.
Kids' Exchange Spring Consignment Sale 2017
SOUTH GLENS FALLS — The blockbuster Kids' Exchange Spring Consignment sale runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Chase Sports Complex, 22 Hudson Falls Road. The half-price sale runs from 1 to 3 p.m.
The sale features more than 20,000 new and gently used items, including maternity clothing; kids' clothing sizes 0 to 16/18; toys and games; books; DVDs and gaming; play kitchens and train tables; sports gear; room decor; cribs and strollers; baby gear and furniture.
The sale is cash only. Free admission, free all-you-can-bounce, face painting and pony rides.
Ladies Victorian Tea and Fashion Show
QUEENSBURY — The Women of Harrisena Community Church are hosting their annual Victorian Tea and Fashion show from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Harrisena Community Church, 1616 Ridge Road.
Phyllis Chapman, a historian and costume re-creator, will present her elegant historical program and fashion show with live models in period early Victorian dress. A lovely luncheon, delicate sweats and tea will be served.
Tickets: $15 advanced reservations by calling 792-1902; $20 at the door. There is limited seating, and the event has sold out in the past. Reservations are recommended.
Blood, Sweat, and Beers for LLS
QUEENSBURY — A night of fun at the Lake George Beer Hub, 1043 Route 9, begins at 5 p.m. Saturday and benefits the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society of Upstate New York.
Admission includes entertainment, a drink ticket, tour of the brewery and catering by Farmstead Flatbread.
Tickets: $50 in advance; $60 at the door.
'Coalescence III: An Evening of Belly Dance'
GLENS FALLS — SunDancers Community Belly Dance will present “Coalescence III: An Evening of Belly Dance,” starting at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Charles R. Wood Theater, 207 Glen St.
Belly dancers from across New York state and beyond will come together to delight the audience with music, movement and beautiful costuming. With roots in Middle Eastern folk dance, the form has evolved in many directions, depending on the country and region, both in costume and style. Enjoy the finest examples of Egyptian, Cabaret, American Tribal Style, Improvisational Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion Belly Dance.
One hundred percent of proceeds from ticket sales and basket raffles in the lobby benefit Randy’s Patient Assistance Fund at the C.R. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital.
Tickets are $10.
Saturday and Sunday
Hadley Maple in April Festival
HADLEY — The annual Hadley Maple in April Festival runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday on Rockwell Street.
This two-day event includes many family-friendly activities and events. There’s the scholarship French toast breakfast served with real Adirondack Maple Syrup; the Lil’ Sugar Dust-Off Car, Truck & Cycle Show; Recipe Contest; and historic bus tour.
Music, artists, crafts and food vendors will line the street both days, in addition to bounce houses, a petting farm and pony rides, geocaching and face painting for the kids.
The Lil’ Sugar Dust-Off Car, Truck and Cycle Show on Saturday will feature more than 100 cars in the field at the Hadley Smead Memorial Park on Stony Creek Road beginning at 9 a.m. Awards, prizes, raffles and a DJ will be there.
On Sunday, there will be birds of prey and the annual Ride Rails and Bicycle Event, which includes a ticket to ride the Saratoga & North Creek Railway with your bicycle. Place your bike on the train at either the Saratoga Springs or Hadley station and ride to the Thurman station, where you’ll disembark and pedal back. It’s a 17- or 37-mile bicycle ride.
Peoples Pixel Project: A Festival of Short Films
GLENS FALLS — The eighth annual P3 Screening hosted by the Lake George Arts Project runs from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at The Hyde Collection, 161 Warren St.
The event showcases video shorts made by filmmakers within 100 miles of Lake George. The majority of films run three to five minutes long and fall under various genres, including animated, comedy, documentary, narrative and music video.
Tickets are $10.