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Things to do in the Mohawk Valley this week

Creative Connections Art Center located at 303 East Main St in Amsterdam has the following things to do this week:

Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 6PM-8:30PM, W1shfulTh1nk1ng “Homework Club” –Free
Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 4PM-5PM – “Drop in and Create” for ages 7-18. Class fee is $10. There is a pre-register minimum of 5 students
Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 5:30PM-6:30PM – “Kiddie Crafts” for ages 3-12. Class fee is $5. There is a pre-register minimum of 7 students.

A Veterans Day Parade is being held on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 beginning at 10:30AM on Guy Park Ave and will continue on to the West End Memorial for a ceremony that will begin at 11AM. Following the parade the public is invited to an open house at the Post 701 American Legion at 123 W. Main St., Amsterdam.

James Glorioso, will be having a “Protecting your Assets against Financial Scams Presentation” at the Horace J. Inman Center in Amsterdam on Tuesday, November, 11, 2014. This presentation is designed to help in identifying and understanding current scams, phone scams and Craigslist scams. Please RSVP by contacting Mr. Glorioso at 842-3815 or by sending him a message on Facebook, as there is only enough seating for 40 people.

Friday Nov. 14 and Saturday Nov. 15, each night at 7:30PM; Amsterdam High School will be having a drama performance of “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare in the Bert DeRose Theatre. Tickets are $7 for General Admission and $5 for Students and Seniors.

Saturday, November 15 at 4PM, FMCC American Sign Language Club is hosting “No Ordinary Hero: The Super Deafy Movie”. The movie is about a deaf boy struggling in the hearing world and redefining what “normal” means with the help of a superhero. The movie stars John Maucere and features Academy Ward Winner Marlee Matlin. Ticket prices are: Adults $10, Students and Children $7, children under 5 years of age free.

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