Owned and operated by the Town of Clifton Park, New York since 1999.
Restored through the assistance of Community volunteers, Town staff, & New York State grants support.
Upcoming Programs and Events:
Friday, September 7 at 7:00 pm - Hello Dolly. Join us for a fun, interactive evening of sharing the evolution of dolls from earliest to today’s favorites. Feel free to bring a doll (or 2) to share. Our speaker is Nancy Kiyonaga, a dedicated collector of all things “doll.”
Friday, October 5 at 7:00 pm - Tri-City NY Paranormal. Come out for a night of spiritual investigation and join the Tri-City NY Paranormal Society for a spirit circle. Help try to contact the spirits of the tavern while conducting research into the unknown!
Friday, December 7 at 7:00 pm - Why Fly Fishing or Fly Tying? Besides being an enjoyable, relaxing and rewarding hobby one can have, it is also the most humane way to catch fish! Fly Fishing and Fly Tying can be done by anyone, male, female, youth to seniors. The Capital District Fly Fishers has been educating and sharing knowledge about Fly Fishing and Fly Tying since 1977.
Friday, January 4 at 7:00 pm - Catch the Brass Ring. New York State Museum Historian Emeritus and Clifton Park Historian, John Scherer, will present the history of carousels, highlighting a 1914 carousel from Cuba Lake, Alleghany County, New York now at the New York State Museum.
Friday, February 1 at 7:00 pm - Crew for You. Rowing develops important life skills such as physical strength and mental endurance. Beginning at grade six, boys and girls learn teamwork, confidence, perseverance and physical skills that support ahealthy life in body, mind and spirit. Rowing can be a life-long fitness activity for adults as well. Join us for a presentation and Q & A.
Friday, March 1 at 7:00 pm - Rexford’s Little Coney Island. Luna Park, named for the famous amusement park at Coney Island, opened on the Mohawk River in Rexford in 1906. Relive the heyday of the Rexford Amusement Park through a colorful power point program presented by Clifton Park Town Historian, John Scherer.
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