Listen to Dan Berggren and Ed Lowman performing folk music Adirondack-style, and enjoy fine food from Willows Bistro of Warrensburg and the beloved Stony Creek Inn during the Showcase. Also to be featured are the Serendipity Spinners creating yarn and threads from wool and other materials; Adirondack authors signing their books; and see various crafted works including stained glass stepping stones, jewelry and woven goods.

Also, sample various local natural produce, including goat cheese, eggs, poultry and maple products.

Adirondack Ambiance, a gallery featuring paintings, rustic furniture and carved fish and owls by Anne and Al Rohe, will host a tent full of artisans on their lawn nearby.

To visit the Showcase event, Saratoga & North Creek Railway has a limited number of seats available for their morning run on Saturday, July 27. The train departs from Saratoga station at 10 a.m. and arrives back in Saratoga at 3:18 p.m.

A package deal which includes transportation, lunch and a raffle ticket is available by calling Perky Granger at 623-9305.

Playground effort progressing

The Warrensburg Elementary Playground development project is progressing, and the Warrensburg Central School PTSA is now planning the construction phase, to occur Aug. 2 through Aug. 4 starting at 8 a.m. all three days.

The PTSA is seeking volunteers who can donate their time or provide refreshments for workers. Those who seek to volunteer, contact PTSA Treasurer Adrienne Bell at 260-6834 as soon as possible.

Adrienne assures prospective volunteers that it is not necessary to have skill in carpentry to help out. The playground comes as a kit with step-by-step instructions. So, come on out and support our school!

Saving labels helps students

Please remember to save those Box Tops, Labels for Education and Campbell’s soup labels this summer. There are several convenient dropoff locations to deposit these items — one is located in the main entry of the Elementary school, and others are at Richards Library, Direct Deposit in Warrensburg and at the Thurman Town Hall.

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