The Champlain Valley Senior Center, in Willsboro, NY, is hosting a variety of events to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
On March 8th the Champlain Valley Irish dancers will be performing at 3 pm. There will be music and stories with Ron Wood at 10:30 am on March 17. In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, there will also be themed cocktails and tales with Kate List at 3:30 pm.
Friday’s Happy Hour starts at 2 pm and offers live music and refreshments for your enjoyment. Liberty Jam Band will be on March 6 and March 20, The Lonesome Travelers will be on March 13, and Low Allen will be March 27.
Music Mondays will feature live piano and accordion from Ed Schenk on March 16 and Flashback Band on March 23, both at 2 pm.
The center will also be having a basketball celebration on March 21 at 3 pm to celebrate the history of the former school, that is now the Champlain Valley Senior Center, and basketball team, the Willsboro Warriors.
Transportation is not provided.
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Monday was the launching date of The Million Can Redemption Plan at the Ted K. Center. The center is working with students from SUNY Plattsburgh to redeem one million bottles and cans in observation of Earth Day on April 22. They are hoping to raise at least $20,000 in order to buy a new van for the center.
Want to help the Ted K. Center reach their goal and get our kids a new van? Collect your recyclable bottles and cans and bring them to Northern Cakes Redemption Center located at 1290 Military Turnpike in Plattsburgh through the month of April.
Starting April 1st you can drop off your recyclables at the Field House, located at 167 Rugar Street, on Mondays and Wednesdays between 9 am and 3 pm.
Lakeview Towers will be holding a bake sale on March 3rd at 8:30 am. All proceeds will benefit the Lakeview Towers Nutrition Program Activity Fund.
If you wish to donate an individually wrapped item, you can sign up on the donating sheet located on the bulletin board in the lobby. Donated goods can be dropped off on March 2nd between 9 am and 11:30 am at the nutrition program.
The fifth annual United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc. Day of Caring will be held on April 18, 2015 from 9 am until 7 pm. This day is dedicated to people of the community coming together to volunteer and make Plattsburgh a better place to live. The hours spent volunteering that day will also be able to be used as your community service hours.
For more information about how to get involved, contact the United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc. at 518-563-002 or visit their website here.
The Plattsburgh Housing Authority will be receiving $709,339 in federal funds that will directly benefit our residents and improve the quality of our apartments. Several renovation projects that will get started include, but are not limited to, new windows for some of the buildings and work on the AC and heating system.
“Having a roof over your head is one of life’s basic necessities, so we must do everything we can to help provide those truly in need with a place to live” said Senator Charles Schumer.
The main goal in spending this money is to make sure the residents have pleasant, well-maintained apartments.
The Plattsburgh Housing Authority Facebook page is a great place to stay updated on news and events about things going on within the housing authority and the Plattsburgh community.
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Looking for a way to entertain your kids who are out on break for the week? The field house ice rink, home to SUNY Plattsburgh men and women’s hockey team, will be offering open skate on Tuesday, February 17 through Friday, February 20 from 10:30-11:30 am. There is a skate rental fee of $2.
The field house is located at 167 Rugar Street in Plattsburgh, NY.
Looking to get out of the house this weekend and beat the winter blues? This Saturday, February 14, the Plattsburgh’s Public Library will hosting Creative Crafts Saturday. Head over to the library from 10 am until noon to enjoy crafting winter and Valentine’s Day themed projects!
On Friday, February 27th The Red Cross is offering an emergency preparedness training. There will be two sessions at 10:00 at Russell H. Barnard and 12:30 at Robert S. Longs.
The training session are an hour long and will provide you with the knowledge and tools about how to prepare for emergencies, respond, and recover as quickly as possible.