Labor Day weekend festivities; craft fair
The last of the delightful summer craft fairs sponsored by the Bolton Emergency Squad is to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Aug. 31 and Sunday Sept. 1 in Rogers Park. Featuring about 30 vendors the fair offers intriguing artwork and fine crafts. Sunday’s festivities include live music followed by a fireworks display starting at 8 p.m.
Town’s Fall Festival returns
The Bolton Community Fall Festival, a remarkable hit with area residents last year, is returning soon.
Planned for Saturday Oct. 5 at Bolton Conservation Park, it starts at 2 p.m. and includes a wide variety of activities. The family-oriented event includes a potluck dinner, children’s games, canoe races, a bed race, baking contests, apple cider press demonstrations, square dancing and musical entertainment by the Stony Creek Band. All are invited to take advantage of this opportunity to reconnect with friends after a hectic summer.
Keep your eye out for a bed display soon located in front of the Bolton Town Hall.
Road closure alert
The New Vermont Road drainage improvement project is to begin Tuesday, Sept. 3. The road will be closed between the addresses of 644 and 719 New Vermont Road for about three weeks. On Friday, Sept. 6 at about 8 a.m. there will be a power outage for about five minutes in the area where the project is under way. The rain date for the power interruption is Monday, Sept. 9.
Rose returns after 75 years
Rose Rinella Bazan grew up in Glens Falls and first visited the Sagamore for her high school graduation dinner in 1938. Now 75 years later, she is returning for her oldest granddaughter’s wedding: Kristie Robertson will marry Chris Coyne on Sunday Sept. 29 at The Sagamore Hotel. Rose, now 93, resides on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Broadalbin.