The First Congregational Church 518-483-3950 First Church in Franklin County Franklin County Humane Society, Inc. 518-483-4559 Prevention of Animal Cruelty North Country Workforce Investment Board 518-561-4295 Workforce Development Adirondack Executive Services 518-354-0418 English-French translation services
Concert in the Park, (Arsenal Green, Malone) on Friday evenings, July 10, 17, and 31.
On August 21 and 22, they will be held at the Rec Park on Duane Street, Malone. The end of the year celebration with fireworks will be held on August 22.
Wednesday, July 1 at 1:30 p.m.
10th Annual Frank Davio Memorial Golf Benefit
Malone Golf Club, Malone
Sponsored by the Hospice of the North Country, 518-483-8333.
Saturday, July 4 , 10 am - 6:00 pm
The Wild Center will have opening day of the Wild Walk Exhibit. For further information click on:
Thursday, July 9th at 7:00 p.m.,
Saranac Village at Will Rogers, Sabine Weber, holistic nutritionist, MS, RDN, CDN, CFSP, will discuss some of the information about culinary herbs and the associated health benefits that can come from eating them. This program is free and open to the public. For more information call Debbie Kanze at (518) 891-7117.
Friday, July 10th from 4:30 - 7:00 pm
The Wilder Homestead will be hosing a cocktail party at the Malone Golf club. Noted historian William Anderson will be attending. Cost is $20 which will include hor d'oeuvres. Tickets can be purchased at IBC or the Wead Library. For further information contact 5518-483-1207
For a listing of calendar of events for the Wilder farm click on the link below
Friday evenings 3 - 6 pm
The Jug Store offers FREE wine tasting, located on Finney Blvd. Wine being offered will be on sale at 15%.
Thursday, July 9
The Franklin County Historical and Museum Society will sponsor an illustrated lecture by Steven Engelhart, Executive Director of Adirondack Architectural Heritage. The program will begin in the Schryer Center at 7:00 pm at 51 Milwaukeee Street, Malone. Suggested donation is $5.00.
Friday, July 10
Almanzo Wilder Homestead will be hosting a cocktail party at the Malone Golf Club from 4:30 - 7:00 pm. Special guest author, william Anderson is a noted historian with a specialty in Laura Ingalls Wilder. Cost is $20 which includes hors d'oeuvres. Cash bar. Tickets can be purchased ahead at IBC, or the Wead Libary.
Saturday, July 11th at 7:30 pm
Saranac Lake Native, singer and actress, Gail Gallagher, will perform her new one-woman Cabaret show American Songbook at Saranac Village at Will Rogers. This program is open to the public and a $5 donation is requested. Refreshments will be served. For more information, please call 518-891-7117.
Thursday, July 16
Tim Zimmerman and The King's Brass will be performing at the First Congregational Church, Corner of Clay and Main Street, Malone at 7:00 pm. Adults $20/ Seniors(55+) and Students $18, Children under 5 are free. For tickets call 483-4790 after 6:00 pm or 483-5842 or 483-6586 or 481-9980.
Saturday, July 18 and Sunday July 19
36th Annual International Auto Show & Flea Market, Malone Rec Park, 64 State Street, Malone. For more information contact Doug Recore - 518-651-7323 or Kay Andrys 518-483-4226 or check out their website at: http://www.maloneautoclub.x10host.com.
Saturday, July 18
First Annual AMVETS Riders Benefit Ride for the Franklin County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Registration 9;30 - 10:30 am at AMVETS on Duane Street, Malone. $25 per couple or couple w/two bikes or $15 per person. INCLUDES RIDE AND MEAL. For further information contact: 518-521-3507.
Saturday, July 25, 9 am - 3:00 pm
Christmas in July Sale at First Congregational Church, corner of Clay and Main Streets in Malone. Christmas crafts,l decore and more.
“Fish on Parade”
A Foothills silent auction fundraiser, where one of a kind hand carved wooden fish have been decorated by 24 local artists. The silent bidding process will continue at Pouring Light Studio at 432 Main Street, Malone for the month of June. In July the fish will swim across the street to the North of the Adirondack Artist Gallery at 465 Main Street and then catch a ride to the Chateaugay Lake Arts Festival on July 25th. They will be reeled back to NOAAG for the rest of July, August and the beginning of September. A special fish dinner has been scheduled for September 10 at the Malone Country Club where the final auction of the fish will take place. Let the bidding begin.
2015 Summer Concert and Event sponsored by the
Performing at the Chateaugay Rec Park
Friday, July 17 - Busco Bandits.
From Churubusco NY they have been together for over 30 years. They play country, oldies, 70's rock and much more.
Saturday, August 8 - Slab City
They play classic rock and country tunes.
Performing at the Chateaugay Town Hall Theater.
Saturday, September 12 - Durham County Poets.
This Canadian band from Chateauguay Valley uniquely blends a stew of influences from the band of Jimmy Reed, and styles from blues to folk.
Friday, October 16 - Rustic Riders
From Vermont to New Hampshire and all over the North Country they perform new songs with traditional roots and fresh arrangement of American standards.
Saturday, November 7 - Not too farm from home COMEDY TOUR.
Comedy show starring Aarond Ward, Dan Geurin and Deric Harrington.
Tickets are $15/advance or $20 at the door at www.aaronward.com.
All concerts begin at 7:00 pm. $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free. tickets can be purchased on line at: http://www.chateaugayny.org/#!theater/c1nr1.
A lineup of local bands and artists that will be taking the stage from morning until night slope side at Titus Mountain. Bands include Strangebrew, Jam Honey, KTK, & Paid Company and local artists Shawn Legacy and Brian Fairchild round out the lineup. Event-goers can set up tents, chairs, & blankets on the face of our hill and listen to awesome local musicians take the stage.
Want something to do while rocking out to great music? We will have lawn games set-up to challenge your friends or other festival goers and giant water slides for when things start to heat up!
Delicious food will be served all day long with a pig roast in the evening to get your grub on. Tickets will be available soon, so make sure to check www.TitusMountain.com for updates.
September 26 - The Mud & Mucker Challenge
Are you up for a challenge? Spend a day with friends, family, coworkers, and the guy you just met in the registration line! Sign up for the 2nd Annual Titus Mountain Mud & Mucker Challenge! The Mud & Mucker Challenge is an obstacle course set on the lower, middle, and upper mountains of Titus Family Ski Center with 20+ obstacles spread throughout to test your strength, balance, gumption, and overall tenacity! It's all about the fun and getting out and getting active!
Run for Fun or Run Competitively!
5 Mile Standard Course with 20+ Obstacles
NEW 3 Mile Modified Course for Race Newbies
NEW "ELITE HEAT" with a guaranteed $1000 prize pool!
Mini Mucker Half Mile/One Mile Course for kids 6-15
Contact Us at MudandMucker@gmail.com for questions. Check out our website, www.MudandMucker.com for course information, FAQs, ELITE HEAT information and more!
October 3 - Oktoberfest
Our 35th annual Oktoberfest is going to be back and better than ever. There will be vendors showing off local crafts and cool gadgets, a Titus Teddy Kids’ Zone with bounce houses and games, chairlift and hay rides, a ski swap and as always a grand Fireworks display to finish off the night. Great food and beverage is available throughout the day with food proceeds benefiting the Titus Mountain Ski Patrol.
Do you want to save money on your electric bill? Are you in favor of renewable energy?
NYSERDA has a program that pays part of the installation of solar panels
on private homes and small businesses.
This program is open to all residents and will continue until NYSERDA's monies run out.
Find out if your home is eligible (not too much shade) because it's time to move into the future!
Local resident Chad Keating from APEX SOLAR (a Malone Chamber of Commerce Business Member)
will be working with
DJ Demarse, also a Malone native, and Stan Dobert who owns APEX.
This company is state certified and installs solar systems.
APEX will be installing the Town of Malone solar project - giving the Town a guaranteed 25% savings on its electric costs.
There is no installation charge to the Town and there is a guaranteed saving! This same
program applies to individuals and businesses!
The panels feed energy directly into the Grid. When the sun is high, your meter runs backward, giving the
home or business owner credit on their bill. You do not have batteries because the energy is fed into the grid itself.
The advantage of solar energy is that it is clean,
consistent and supports the reliability of the grid.
To receive a FREE EVALUATION of your property contact APEX below. They can also help you attain NYSERDA,
Federal and NYS funding for this installation.
52 Main Street
Queensbury NY 12801