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Truck heads south with supplies for hurricane victims

Hurricane Harvey hit Houston hard, then Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida. The Giving Circle, a volunteer non-profit based in Saratoga, sprang into action, organizing the Operation #WeGive2Trucks … more

A Savory Feast of the Fields To Help Save Farmland

The 12th Annual Feast of the Fields is Saratoga PLAN's main event, featuring the extensive produce from Saratoga's surrounding farmlands, many of which are protected by PLAN's … more

The Dance Department hosts grand reopening celebration

Celebrate the grand reopening of The Dance Department, a full-service dance studio in Clifton Park. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Sept. 26 at 4 p.m., to commemorate changes at the studio, … more

Saratoga’s Giving Circle Sends Two Trucks of Supplies for Hurricane Victims

Saratoga is known far and wide for its horses, for jazz, for its beautifully preserved downtown. Then there’s all the cultural institutions, the Skidmore College Campus, and a wide variety of … more

New Troy Foundry Theatre is launched

The Troy Foundry Theatre, a new 501(c)3 professional theatre company in Troy, NY, launched this month with co-founder and Artistic Director David Girard at the helm. The mission of Troy … more

Forge a new dining experience in Hudson Falls

Sometimes we just want to get out of town and try something new and exciting. [forged] is a restaurant located 20 minutes north of Saratoga in a historic courthouse that was built in 1873 in Hudson … more

Saratogians Gather for 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

September 11, 2017 in Saratoga Springs was exactly like the day of September 11, 2001 in New York City. It was perfectly clear and warm — a day for enjoyment and relaxation or work and business. … more

SPAC kicks off this year's wine and food festival

Saratoga Performing Arts Center held this year's Fired Up! grill-off competition, the kickoff event of the Saratoga Wine & Food Festival, under the big tent on the Hall of Springs lawn Friday, Sept. … more

Songbird's Saratoga Swan Song

The champion filly Songbird was retired Thursday, Aug 31, due to an injury. Songbird was a two-time Eclipse Award recipient as Champion 2-Year-old Filly and 3-Year-old Filly last year. She won 13 … more

Adirondack Thunder Announce Preseason Schedule

The Adirondack Thunder, proud ECHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils, have announced their preseason schedule for the 2017-18 season.   The Thunder will take on the Reading Royals in a … more

Taste of Travers Party a Prelude to Mid-Summer Derby

The Second Annual Taste of Travers was held at the National Museum of Dance on Travers Eve, Friday, Aug. 25.   The event benefited The Adult and Senior Center of Saratoga, with a portion … more

West Coast invades Saratoga to give Baffert second straight G1 Travers

West Coast led every step of the way and drew off to a confident 3 ¼-length victory gives Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert his second straight win in the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers … more

Fact Sheet: 148th running of the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers, presented by NYRA Bets

ADMISSION AND GENERAL INFORMATION Admission gates open at 7 a.m. on Travers Day, with a special first post time of 11:35 a.m. Parking gates open at 6:45 a.m. Grandstand admission tickets … more

September Brings Potpourri of Concerts and Events

The summer concert season may soon be over but several concerts this September show how varied and world class the choices for the year will … more

Creative Disciplines Collide in “PHOTO Fusion” Workshop

The School of the Arts at the National Museum of Dance celebrates the first exhibition of photographic prints from its new workshop program, “Photo Fusion,” which opened Aug. 19 and runs … more

Grandstand Admission tickets for Travers Day available for $10 with advance purchase

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) reminds fans that grandstand admission tickets purchased in advance for the 148th running of the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers, presented by NYRA Bets, … more

“Vermont Artists Then and Now”

On Saturday, September 2 a new exhibit, Vermont Artists Then and Now, opens at SVAC in the Wilson Museum and Galleries. The reception will be on Sunday, September 3 from 4-­6PM and is open to the … more

Vintage fashion photos auctioned at Brookside Museum

Bradford J. Smith’s first photograph, taken when he was 12, was published in Better Homes and Gardens magazine. He continued for the next 75 years, making his career as a first call advertising and … more

Photographs and sculpture at Laffer Gallery

Once again, Eric Laffer has an exquisite pairing of artists on view at The Laffer Gallery. “Shifting Focus” features the work of New York state artists Charles Bremer and Leslie … more

Pearl Gala Celebrates Dance Museum's 30th Birthday in Style

The National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame's 30th Anniversary Gala on Saturday, August 12, was truly a wonderful celebration. Michele Riggi, gala chairwoman and board president, and the museum … more
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