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June 16

CAIRO — 2021 Rabies Clinic, drive-up only clinic will be held at the Angelo Canna Town Park, Joseph D. Spencer Lane, Cairo on the following dates 5-7 p.m. June 16 and Aug. 25. Call 518-719-3600 to pre-register. This is a drive-up only clinic; you must wear a face mask and remain inside your vehicle at all times. Bring record of pet’s previous vaccination for 3-year certificate; if no record is present, pet will be given 1-year certificate. Public Health Law requires all cats, dogs and ferrets to be vaccinated for rabies starting at 12 weeks old. If you are feeding a stray, please bring them to be vaccinated.

June 17

WINDHAM — Mountain Top Cares Coalition, headquartered in Windham, is hosting its monthly virtual Narcan Training at 7 p.m. June 17. Help us defeat opioid use disorder by volunteering for training and distribution of Narcan. Register by going to the website, mountaintopcarescoalition.com.

June 19

SOUTH BETHLEHEM — The South Bethlehem United Methodist Church, 67 Willowbrook Ave., South Bethlehem, will hold their second Thrift Shop Sidewalk Sale 9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 19. A few of the most popular vendors will be back, locally grown flowers, and handmade birdhouses made by one of our church members. Breakfast and lunch will be available, and a small sitting area will be set up. All social distancing protocols will be followed for the safety of our community.

Some of the monies raised from this sale will go to support our United Methodist Women’s local missions, Brown Bag-It Program sponsored through the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk School District, Capital City Rescue Mission, Interfaith Partnerships for the Homeless, and the Venture Food Bank.

June 20

CATSKILL — The Catskill Elks Lodge, 45 North Jefferson Ave., Catskill, will serve a Father’s Day Breakfast June 20 with seatings at 9 or 10 a.m. Admission is free to dads and children under 6; all others, $9. Reservations must be made by June 16 by calling 518-821-5838.

COXSACKIE — The Bronck Museum near Coxsackie is offering “Eighteenth Century Green” the first of its Summer Sunday Series of special events on June 20. Nearly every news program today carries a story about the interaction of people and the environment. Anyone could be forgiven for thinking that this is a relatively modern phenomena, but of course it isn’t. The clear cutting of the eastern primeval forests, the near extinction of the beaver inland and the majestic whales off the Atlantic coast was nearly complete by the time America gained its Independence. Keeping house exposed both adults and children to a series of what we would characterize as toxic chemicals. The production of linen cloth caused fish kill in streams. At the other extreme people in the 1700s recycled nearly everything. Only when a ceramic was too broken to be useful for holding anything, or glass completely shattered was it sadly added to the garbage heap under the privy or the window. It would be a considerable challenge for even the most diligent modern recycler to approach the scope of recycling common in the 1700s. The story of how and why earlier Americans practiced what we have come to call the green lifestyle is a surprising and cautionary tale.

The program will begin at 1:30 p.m. on the museum’s east lawn weather permitting or in the museum’s large well ventilated Dutch Barn if necessary. The speaker for the afternoon will be Shelby Mattice, Curator of the Bronck Museum. Adult admission for this event is $8; children and members of the Greene County Historical Society $4. Bronck Museum is located just off US 9W, 1.5 miles south of the intersection of routes 9W, 81 and 385 near. Coxsackie N.Y. For additional information about Bronck Museum’s special events visit gchistory.org.

ALBANY — The German-American Club of Albany, 32 Cherry St., Albany, will host the Father’s Day Picnic June 20. Doors open at noon. Tasty German and domestic food and drink are available for purchase. Live music provided by Greg’s Brauhaus Band. Cost is $3. All events are open to the public.

June 24

ATHENS — St. Patrick’s Church Athens and Catskill is sponsoring a Frese’s meatball submarine sandwich sale 4-6 p.m. June 24 at St. Patrick’s, 24 North Washington St., Athens. The cost is $8 for a six inch sub sandwich. For information and tickets, call 518-943-5235. Pick up at St. Patrick’s in Athens.

ALBANY — The Capital District Genealogical Society will meet at 1 p.m. June 26 via Zoom. CDGS meetings are presently held on Zoom. Registration is free and will open to the public on June 16. See www.capitaldistrictgenealogicalsociety .org under meetings and events. There is a 100 person limit. The topic introduction to Forensic Genealogy by Kelvin L. Meyers. the speaker will give an overview of forensic genealogy and the role of the genealogist in such cases. He will discuss some of the types of cases in which a forensic genealogist may be involved such as guardianship, oil and gas, unidentified and unclaimed persons and probate. The role of a forensic genealogist will also be discussed.

EAST JEWETT — East Jewett United Methodist Church, 2252 Route 23C, East Jewett, will hold a huge rummage sale 1-6 p.m. June 24 and June 25; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. June 26. There will also be whole pies for sale.

June 26

TANNERSVILLE — Mountain Top Arboretum, 4 Maude Adams Road, Tannersville, hosts Story Walk in the Woodland June 26 through July 3. Visit Mountain Top Arboretum for a Story Walk. Journey through the Woodland Walk and read the pages of a story. Supplies for a related craft will be available. This program is part of the Story Time in the Shade series, a collaboration between Mountain Top Arboretum and Mountain Top Library. We would love your help with greeting visitors or gardening. Find more information on our website https://www.mtarboretum.org/volunteer. Enjoy the story walk at your leisure. Admission is free.

July 3

WINDHAM — The Christmas in July “Walk & Toy Drive” will be held 8 a.m.-3 p.m. July 3 at The Windham Path, 4939 Route 23, Windham. Walk donation is adults, $10; children 12 and younger, $5; children under 2, free. Donation also includes an unwrapped toy(s) for Teens or Tots. There will be raffles and a 50/50. Funds raised support the Windham Rotary Foundation and toy donations will benefit the “Here Comes Christmas” program of Greene County Community Action. For information, contact windhamrotary12496@gmail.com or 518-734-5303 ext. 2. COVID-19 friendly. Masks and social distancing as required.

TANNERSVILLE — Make a Fairy Door with Mountain Top Arboretum, 4 Maude Adams Road, Tannersville. The webinar will be held 10-11 a.m. July 3 and is free. Bring whimsy and charm to your garden. Break out the craft supplies and join us for virtual fairy time. We’ll get creative and build our own clay fairy doors. We would love your help with greeting visitors or gardening. Find more information at https://www.mtarboretum.org/volunteer.

July 11

ROUND TOP — The 17th annual Golf Tournament to benefit the Round Top Volunteer Fire Company will be held July 11 at Blackhead Mountain Lodge & Country Club, 67 Crow S Nest Road, Round Top. Registration noon-12:45 p.m. with tee off at 1 p.m. Shotgun start, four person scramble. The cost is $85 for golf and dinner; $25 dinner only. Included beer, soda, hot dogs during play; also greens fees, cart, buffet dinner, salad, carving board, dessert, tea and coffee. For information and to register, call Hillary at 518-622-3171; Lorri at 518-719-1685; Eleanor at 518-622-8483.

Aug. 15

WINDHAM — The 9th annual Cancer Patient Aid Car Show will be held, rain or shine, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 15 on the grounds of the Chicken Run, corner of State Route 23 and South Street in Windham. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and runs until 11 a.m. Open to all years, makes and models. Trophies will be awarded at 2 p.m. to the top 20 vehicles, 10 of Specialty category, Rick Mundelein memorial trophy and Best in Show Classic. Best in Show will receive $500 from the Chicken Run. There will be music, door prizes and an “Enhanced 50/50” with some remarkable multiple prize drawings. Minimum donation of $10 per entrant. Funds raised support cancer patients (men, women & children) in Greene County through the Greene County Women’s League Cancer Patient Aid. Remember your mask for social distancing.

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