Here's a listing of what's going on in the community:

If you have a non-profit/community event that you would like added to our community calendar,

please email Chris O'Neil, Program Director for Froggy 100.3

or fax it in to 793-0838.

The 19th season of the Adaptive Winter Sports Program (AWSP) at Double H Ranch has kicked off their winter season! Approximately 30 qualifying students will hit the slopes over the course of the three-day weekend.  The Adaptive Winter Sports Program began in 1998 and offers children ages 6–16 living with life-threatening and chronic illnesses the opportunity to participate in winter recreation activities in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Activities include alpine skiing and snowboarding instruction, as well as snowshoeing lessons. Children with the following medical diagnoses fill our slopes with joy and laughter each winter: cancer, Sickle Cell Anemia, Hemophilia/bleeding disorders, HIV/immune disorders, Collagen Vascular Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, neuromuscular disorders, mitochondrial disorders, visual impairments and children on the autism spectrum. 



1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke each year,. That’s one woman every 80 Seconds… Get involved. Go Red by telling other women that 1 in 3 women die of heart
disease and stroke, yet it is 80% preventable. Make a change

Friday February 5th from 5pm -9pm

Queensbury Uno Pizzeria and Grill on Route 9 in Queensbury.

Who wants to join me on National GO RED FOR WOMEN day, February 5th for a Go Red for Women Night? 1st... WEAR RED! 2nd... Come to QBY Pizzeria Uno for some fun! 
There are two ways to celebrate! Come dine or have a drink (or two) at QBY Pizzeria Uno Fri Feb 5th between 5pm-9pm.... 20% of all proceeds of your check will go to the American Heart Association of Northeastern New York’s Capital Region Heart Walk (YOU MUST SHOW SLIP)... AND there will also be Red Dress Pins, paper hearts and more to buy to show your support for the American Heart Association’s Fight against heart disease. 
You can also com that night to Queensbury Uno and join our friends from Traveling Paints for a Paint party. We will be painting a Winter scenic photo with a Red Theme. Cost is $25 to participate and $5 of your cost goes to the Heart Association also.  For More information call 615-1009.





On Saturday April 9th, don't miss "Bowl for Our Soldier's event at Slate Valley Lanes in GRanville to benefit Operation Adopt A Soldier.  Registration: 10:30 – 12pm  **Registration deadline is April 6, 2016 to ensure your spot**Slate Valley Lanes, 1124 County Rt. 24, Granville, NY 12832Entry Fee $15 per person(4‐5 on a team)(3 Games) 50/50 Raffle Many Prizes For more information call: Lila Myer (518)‐642‐1626 or Candy (Bowling Alley) (518)‐642‐9855.



Bus will leave Wilton Mall near Dick’s Sporting Goods- Light Pole –C-2 at6:30am Sharp!

We will be stopping at Exit 8- Northway 87- park & ride

at 7:00am Sharp to pick up people!



$25.00 FREE PLAY or $20.00 BINGO and $5.00 FOOD


 MUST BE PAID BY APRIL 1, 2016 OR you will taking off the list      

We need to be at casino by 11:00am to get the benefits

Questions call: Cliff at 260-9922 OR Red 729-9417  OPERATION ADOPT A SOLDIER FUNDRAISERThis is a fundraiser for Operation Adopt a Soldier



Cycle Circus Live

When:Sat, May 14th, 2016 | 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

Where:Glens Falls Civic Center


Cycle Circus Live is the largest FMX freestyle entertainment show of its kind in the world today. The event combines the top action sports athletes in the world and the theatrics of cycle circus live.


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