Town Talk

Warrensburgh Harvest Dinner planned

The annual Warrensburgh Riverfront Harvest Dinner, featuring locally harvested vegetables, is set for Monday Oct. 14.

Hosted by Lizzie Keays Restaurant in the historic shirt factory building on River Street, seating is from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.. This year’s dinner will be offered with wine for $37 per person plus tax and 10 percent tip, and without wine for $30 per person plus add-ons. The dinner will include an array of appetizers, a choice of soup or salad and a selection of desserts and wines, with a main course buffet offering a variety of entrees, vegetables and grains. Seating is limited. Call 504-4043 for reservations.

Local produce and meats featured in the meal came from various sources, including Adirondack Gold Maple Farm, Whitefield’s Farm and Nettle Meadow Farm of Thurman; as well as Grace Family Farm and Oscar’s Hickory House of Warrensburg.

Flag retirement ceremony set

The American Legion Post 446 members in Warrensburg, will be hosting a flag retirement ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday Oct. 12 at their headquarters at 215 River St. All are invited to attend.

Flags can be dropped off at the following collection points: the Warrensburg Town Hall, the Legion post, and Direct Deposit recycling center on Main St.. Last year, more than 700 flags were collected for the ceremony.

Garlic Festival scheduled for Friday

The Riverside Farmers Market in Warrensburg is holding its annual Garlic Festival on Friday, Oct. 11. The event features garlic recipes, growing tips, and samplings of various garlic creations and products. This festival is a favorite area event. The Market is held weekly on Fridays from noon to 3 p.m.

Saratoga poets at Willows Bistro

This month’s Second Thursday Readings at Willows Bistro set for 7 p.m. Oct. 10 will feature a special presentation by the Saratoga Springs poetry group “Ode Folks.”

Those reading their work at Willows include be Pat Leonard of Warrensburg — coordinator of the evening’s program; Joyce Zimmerman of Lake George; Lee Merrett of Queensbury; and Janice Cutbush of the Academy of Lifelong Learning in Saratoga Springs. The readings sessions, held monthly at Willows Bistro, are offered at no charge. Now on display at Willows, 3749 Main St., is an exhibit of photography by Frank Racioppi.

To sign up to read at a future program, contact Perky Granger at: PersisGranger@aol.com). For details, phone the Bistro at: 504-4344.

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