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
2015 Spring Lawn Debris Pickup. THE VILLAGE OF MALONE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS WILL CONDUCT THE SPRING LAWN DEBRIS PICKUP FROM APRIL 27-MAY 15. ALL DEBRIS WILL BE PLACED BETWEEN SIDEWALK AND CURB NOT IN THE ROADWAY . MATERIAL THAT WILL BE PICKED UP IS LAWN DEBRIS THAT CONSIST OF GRASS, LEAVES,BRUSH,ALL BRUSH SHOULD BE LESS THAN 6 FEET IN LENGTH AND NO MORE THAN 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER,MATERIAL THAT WILL NOT BE PICKED UP IS ROCKS, CEMENT, LUMBER OR BUILDING MATERIAL, ANY WOOD CONTAINING NAILS, OR ANY METAL , FURNITURE,OR HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE.
Open Mic Night every Thursday evening at Mo's Pub and Grill at 7:00 pm. They are looking for local talent to sing and/or play guitar - basically show off your talents. Their May Charity will be for the United Way with all funds raised to be used for program in the greater Malone area.
May is bike and Walk to School Month! Safe Routes to School, (SR2S) is asking you to give it a try. Weekly Prizes and Drawings! Some examples are walk to school with your child, take turns walking to school with other parents in your neighborhood, buddy up and find a friend for your kids to go with, plan enough time to walk or bike to school. Be a star and take a photo to share at school or with friends using #SR2S. For more information visit www.heartnetwork.org/sr2s.
May 1 - 14 will be the 14th Annual Robideau/Lamitie-King Juried Exhibit
Featuring art work from Middle and High School students from 7 area schools. Artist Reception & Awards Ceremony Presentation of Scholarships on Thursday, May 14, 6-7:30 pm, Awards at 6:30pm The Wead Library, is located at 64 Elm Street, Malone. Hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10-6 Thursday 10-8 & Saturday 10-3. Hosted by www.foothillsartsociety.com
The Malone's veterans organization will host a Memorial Day parade. This tribute is for our past and present veterans, our departed comrades and our P.O.W.'s and M.I.A.'s. The parade will begin at 10 am. on Brewster Street down Main Street and stopping at Veterans Park where we will have a brief ceremony. We will proceed to the American Legion Home, corner of Elm and Morton Streets for our ceremonies.
2015 Summer Concert and Events:
At the Chateaugay Town Hall Theater.
Saturday, May 23 - Clem Hawkins Revival Band.
Old country classics featuring Tom Venne on guitar, Julie Hogan on bass, Henry Ralph on fiddle, Bob on drums and a special guest on lead guitar. Performed
Friday, June 12 - Thirty 1 & Mandolin.
Having grown up together they officially formed in 2010 while performing at the First Baptist Church in Malone. Their roots stem from 80's and 90's rock/soul to today's country/gospel.
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.
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.
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.
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