Adirondack Wilderness Adirondack Hall Art for the People: Decorated Stoneware from the Weitsman Collection New York Metropolis Hall Beneath the City: An Archeaological Perpective of Albany West Corridor Bird Hall Bird Hall Black Capital: Harlem[...]
Tuesdays January 17 – February 14, 2017 9:30 – 10:30 AM SUNY Poly CMOST’s “My Parent & Me” Winter Wonderland Science is an investigation into the science of winter! This is a five-week series designed[...]
FARMERS MARKET AT DELAWARE BRANCH Delaware Community Farmers Market on Tuesdays at 4 pm to 7 pm The Delaware Community Farmers Market at our Delaware Branch is the place to be on Tuesday afternoons![...]
Whether you work with a Company, Non-Profit or Small Group, there is no replacement for face-to-face communication. In today’s world, We have grown dependent on social media and electronic relationships. Are we getting more accomplished[...]
Join us for free coffee every Tuesday – All veterans welcome. The Saratoga County Veterans Peer Connection is FREE and open to all military veterans regardless of time served or discharge. Can’t make it? Be[...]
Every Tuesday night we gather with food and conversation. Check this calendar for various themes. This event is free and open to the public. No registration is needed.Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogleLike this:Like Loading...
TALK EMPAC CONCERT HALL What do Pokemon GO and Black Lives Matter have in common? Anna Everett will look at how Millennials simultaneously negate and nurture contemporary moral panics about the dangers of excessive computer[...]
Dribble. Free throw. Jump shot. Alley Oop. It was a Slam Dunk yesterday afternoon when the UAlbany Women’s Basketball team came to visit the residents at The Massry Residence. “It’s just like visiting my grandpa. I love it here,” shared one of the players with a big smile on her face. The ladies plan to visit with the residents regularly. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for the Grand Opening of our new Clubhouse on Thursday, January 26th from 4-7PM! We'd love to give you a tour of the new Clubhouse as well as information about our 70 new cottages hitting the market late spring/early summer of this year! ... See MoreSee Less
As a trusted and locally-owned community bank, Kinderhook Bank is dedicated to the best interests of the neighbors, friends, and businesses that we serve. And, by offering local decision-making, outst...
The NYS Department of Health reports that the flu is “widespread” throughout the state. For many seniors, contracting the flu can be life threatening. The flu is mainly spread through droplets from coughs and sneezes. If you have a cold and are visiting the elderly or anyone with a weakened immune system, please cover your cough and sneezes, and wash your hands thoroughly and often. Please feel free to wear a mask to cover your nose and mouth, too. The most effective way to keep from contracting (and spreading) the flu is to get the flu shot. ... See MoreSee Less
TBT to 1998...we had just opened our Chatham branch in the former Union Station train depot after a $1 million renovation. The station was built in 1887 for the Boston & Albany Railroad, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, and completed by Boston architecture firm Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge. 2017 marks the 130th Anniversary of the Chatham station! ... See MoreSee Less
Kinderhook Bank gives back to the communities we serve all year and are proud to support the Valatie WinterWalk, Valatie Santa Claus Club, our local food pantries, Kinderhook Pack 113 holiday box project for military overseas, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Columbia County Youth Theater! ... See MoreSee Less