2 Palmer Ave., $250,000. Liberty Lake LLC sold property to Dennis Powell.
15 Carriage Run, $508,835. Old Westwind Farm LLC sold property to Michele Vanosterlitz and John DePaola.
10 Meadowbrook Ct., $459,975. Thomas Building and Development Company sold property to Jungsoo and April Park.
0 MacCrea Hill Rd., $200,000. SSP Development Corporation sold property to 237 Albany Street Investments LLC.
6 Euclid Ave., $35,000. Tremont Mould sold property to LPC Properties LLC.
117 Eastern Ave., $180,000. Robert and Linda Miskanin sold property to Michael and Jacquelyn Jaeger.
9 Lancaster Ct., $361,464. Traditional Builders, LTD. sold property to Curt and Dee Ann Gosda.
1 Morningkill Dr., $190,000. Glenn and Gloria Martin sold property to Christopher Ludke.
10 Lake Rd., $25,000. Desiree Kelleigh sold property to Donald Fabini.
175 Lake Rd. $375,000. Good Times Lakeview Inn, Inc. sold property to Donald Fabini.
357 Hop City Rd., $193,000. David and Alayne Curtiss sold property to Lance and Kristen Evans.
933 Route 50, $132,500. Richard Lamanna sold property to Donny Dudley Tennis Foundation, Inc.
94 McMaster St., $253,000. Ian and Patricia Law sold property to Richard and Barbara Kerker.
36 Sycamore St., $330,212. Heritage Builders Group, LLC sold property to Douglas and Susan Deluke.
38 Lawmar Lane, $260,000. Rose Petrak sold property to Bruce and Kathleen Winslow.
30 Knottingley Place, $368,000. Megan Sim sold property to William and Sarah Warman.
137 Raylinsky Rd. $125,000. Bobbie Schliecker sold property to JAT Realty Corp.
37 Avendale Dr. $321,000. Phillip and Catherine Terry sold property to Laura Hanna.
5062 Nelson Ave. $130,000. Stanley and Carole Devore sold property to Robert and Jessica Newson.
59 Snowberry Rd. $137,500. Dolores Corrigan sold property to Joel Treacy.
28 Evans Rd. Lot 6, $251,500. Michaels Group, LLC sold property to Julie Michaels-Keegan.
20 Plum Poppy South, $222,000. Adam McCool sold property to Lindsey Haraden.
Route 9P, $1,225,000. Brooks Teele sold property to Malta Land Company, LLC.
36 Avendale Dr., $333,000. Erica Buckley-Dupree sold property to Justin and Mariya Howes.
16 Willis Way, $425,000. David and Shannon Dunster sold property to Joseph Caruso.
9 Glade Mallow Rd., $205,000. Donald Johnson, Jr. (by exec) sold property to Steven and Margaret Gregory.
2129 Rowley Rd. $268,000. Thomas and Valerie Bradbury sold property to Tracey Gridley and Jean Pierre LaReau.
42 Bayberry Dr., $335,000. Christopher and Jacquelyn Kowalczyk sold property to Travis and Jody Carter.
34 Wake Robin Rd. $155,000. Damian and Patricia Antonelli sold property to Margaret Boyle.
5 Hearthwood Dr. $181,000. Mart Rusmandel (by exec) sold property to Darek and Monica Kaczmarski.
29 Lakewood Dr., $325,000. Norman and Alicia Silver sold property to William Folch and Wendy Nicoson.
19 Outlook Ave., $381,403. KRDD One LLC / DeGraff Bloom Custom Builders LLC sold property to Robert Webster.
7 Loughberry Rd., $252,000. Frank Isele sold property to Jeffrey and Vanessa Redfield.
149 Spring St., $417,000. Susan Devine sold property to Jamie Bray and Owen Grant.
15 Jumel Place, $422,000. Paul Cabral and Jenna Rotheim sold property to David and Lynn Cho.
33 Trottingham Rd., $201,000. Barbara Harrison sold property to Michael and Chelsea Bolles.
13 Worth St., $106,301. Wells Fargo Bank (as trustee) sold property to City of Saratoga Springs.
Arrowhead Rd. $65,000. David Scripter and Susan Butler sold property to Schuyler LLC.
129 Lincoln Ave., $251,450. Margaret, George, Joseph and Thomas Berrigan and Nancy Reap sold property to Erik Smith and Lisa Fitts.
27 Granite St., $200,000. ANW Holdings, Inc. sold property to Bahram Keramati and Ruth Levinson.
5 Iris Dr., $835,000. Lance Orcutt sold property to Jeremy and Jennifer Eager.
176 Spring St., $526,000. Phyllis Roth (by exec) sold property to Gary and Jo Young.
23 Evergreen Dr., $440,000. Thomas and Nancy Magner sold property to Gregory and Janice Vurckio.
21 Benton Dr., $450,000. Christian and Amanda Mohr sold property to Richard and Pamela Farrell.
1 Birch Run Dr., $308,800. Robert Ingmire (by exec) sold property to David and Pamela Bruno.
14 Larkspur Dr., $350,000. Samara Anderson sold property to Robert Hanks and Elizabeth Godsil.
4 Tommy Luther Dr., $340,000. George and Elizabeth Golden sold property to Werner Juengling.
328 Ballston Ave. Unit 5, $255,000. Patrick Biancone sold property to Lois Radke and Norbert Hanus.
1 Brookview Terrace, $370,000. Jeffrey and Theresa Wagner sold property to Scott Ahlschwede.
153 Regent St., $1,100,000. Alrone, LLC sold property to Regent Springs, LLC.
10 Oakwood Blvd., $680,000. John and Patricia Cook sold property to Frederic Elbert and Sherry Murphy.
83 Railroad Place, Unit 101, $1,300,000. Overland Saratoga Springs, LLC sold property to Eighty Three 85 Railroad Place, LLC.
125 Union Ave. Unit C202, $140,000. Donna Brent and Cynthia Guile sold property to Mark Loreno.
6 Mokasha Square, $310,426. Laguna Homes, Inc. sold property to Dennis and Lindsay Kosyjana.
87 Railroad Place, #402, $685,000. William and Mary Becker sold property to D. Lee and Sharyn Miller.
143 Jackson St., $590,000. James Doyle sold property to Zachary Passaretti.
6 Ericson Way, $494,050. Charlew Builders, Inc. sold property to Dun Ming and Mei Zheng.
24 Northway Court, $187,500. Barbara Cudney sold property to James Carpenter.
31 Central Ave., $110,000. KRDD One, LLC sold property to DeGraff Bloom Custom Builders, Inc.
31 Central Ave., $389,900. DeGraff Bloom Custom Builders, Inc. sold property to Lee Hayward and Barbara Garbin.
15 Holly Dr., $157,000. Matthew and Richard Melle sold property to David and Margo Becker.
67 Corinth Mountain Rd., $150,000. Evelyn and Richard Wells sold property to Anjana Poonthota.
17 Lonesome Pine Trail, $212,000. Nicole Seidel sold property to Brandon Salls.
7 Primrose Circle, $863,773. Floral Estates, LLC sold property to Ryan and Danielle Daly.
276 Dimmick Rd., $303,000. Francis and Deborah Mihaly sold property to Fawn Hollow Development Association, Inc.
274 Dimmick Rd., $305,000. Francis and Deborah Mihaly sold property to Fawn Hollow Development Association, Inc.
Dimmick Rd., $36,500. Francis and Deborah Mihaly sold property to Fawn Hollow Development Association, Inc.
Dimmick Rd., $5,500. Francis and Deborah Mihaly sold property to Fawn Hollow Development Association, Inc.
22 Whispering Pines, $139,500. Colleen Murray sold property to Catherine Pugliani.
56 Sheffield Rd., $368,484. Neil and Carey Higgins sold property to Brookfield Global Relocations Services, LLC.
256 Wilton Gansevoort Rd., $265,000. Ellen Schnorr sold property to James and Mariann Zieglar.
11 Norland Ct., $259,000. Jeffrey and Susan Gutowski sold property to Joshua and Ashley Gaul.
24 Ballard Rd., $245,000. Thomas and April Brunschmid sold property to James and Kelly Miller.
6 Tom Sawyer Dr., $50,000. William and Judy Morris sold property to McPadden Builders, LLC.
6 Tom Sawyer Dr., $229,900. McPadden Builders, LLC. sold property to Colleen Murray.
24 Timbira Dr., $285,000. Thomas Sanford sold property to David and Stephanie McCarthy.
150 Ingersol Rd., $65,000. Harvey Nutter (by agent) sold property to George and Gertrude Pravda.
11 Lena Ct., $287,225. Tra Tom Development, Inc. sold property to Raymond and Elizabeth Fogarty.
12 Timbira Dr. $279,900. Bruce Burroughs sold property to Gary Howard.
35 Highgate Rd., $210,000. William Stevens sold property to Jessica Camden and Matthew Melle.
18 Thunder Run, $270,000. Ryan and Jodie McGough sold property to Thomas and Eileen Ellis.
23 Links Rd., $327,000. Scott and Marianne Durdle sold property to Jonathan and Dayna Kinsey.
10 Lenca Ct., $314,176. Tra Tom Development, Inc. sold property to Jeffrey Edlund and Gretchen Stalnecker.
32 Nicklaus Dr., $200,000. Marcia Chastanet sold property to Michael and Jean Mango.
63 Fieldstone Dr., $300,000. Jamie Johonson sold property to Christopher Boggs.
Are you looking for fun? Here’s 52 options for you and your family to do this spring in Saratoga County! Add your ideas below in the comments section. Happy Spring!
- Create an outdoor oasis where you can enjoy meals, where the kids can play, and you can kick back with a good book.
- Start doing Once A Month Cooking with some friends
- Take a hike and check out the Western Ridge Trail or some of the area fire towers
- Put a colorful wreath on your front door and get a funky new welcome mat.
- Make an easy dinner, then check out a new ice cream spot for dessert!
- Plan on attending this year’s Waterford Canal Fest and learn about tugboats while enjoying music, kids games, and more.
- Decide on a summer camp already!
- Go Green(er)! Learn about organic skincare from Organiworks, hit up the new Healthy Living Market, or shop for some home improvement items at Green Conscience.
- Select a couple books to read for this spring and summer. Have a friend read the same books so you can meet and discuss.
- Get yourself a spray tan from Island Mist Tanning! Or better yet, join us on May 3rd for our SaratogaMama Magazine launch party. Details coming soon
- Get a pedicure! We love Sanctuary Spa in Saratoga (splurge) or Make Me Fabulous in Ballston Spa (save)
- Check out a new museum! CMOST, Adirondack Museum, or NYS Museum
- Take some time out to organize your child’s book collection. You’ll feel much better after doing it
- Call a mom friend you haven’t seen in a while and set up a playdate. Spring is a good time to reconnect and renew friendships.
- Register your kids for a Fun Run! Coming up soon are the Emma Foundation Kids Run and the Cantina Fun Run
- Find a yoga studio in Saratoga County and start a new exercise routine.
- Plan a trip to Magic Forest in Lake George.
- Experiment with a bold new hair color or style!
- Book a Mother’s Day or Father’s Day portrait session. Kara Hilburger Photography has some awesome package deals.
- Learn how to use more than the ‘auto’ setting on your digital camera. Check out these tips on how to take better photographs AND learn how to best organize those digital memories.
- Hit up your favorite farmers’ market and try a new recipe, like our fave Farm to Table Frittata.
- Get a quote (finally!) on that home improvement project you’ve been dying to do for years!
- Grab some girlfriends and plan a Mama Night Out at Saratoga Paint and Sip!
- Run a 5K! We love the SPAC Rock and Run coming up on May 19th
- Check out an ARTFull Afternoon at the Hyde Museum in Glens Falls
- Make Earth Day every day and check out one of our top picks for Earth Day Crafts!
- Do some spring cleaning! Do you need to update your privacy settings on Facebook? Delete some unwanted “friends” or blasts from the past? It’s a good time for all of that social media clean out.
- Don’t stress about finding the perfect swimsuit this year and don’t go bathing suit shopping with your kids! Take your time, shop online and test some new styles in the comfort of your own home.
- Commit to learning about saving money and coupons. Check out our blogger Jen from Inspiring Savings to get the weekly scoop on what’s on sale and where!
- Plan a long weekend and visit Rochester’s National Museum of Play.
- Spend a day as a tourist! Go to the Saratoga Visitors Center across from Congress Park and do a self-guided walking tour, learn about the mineral springs, and get out and enjoy spring in Saratoga!
- Shop for toys locally and support our favorite local kids store, G. Willikers.
- Go shopping for you! In downtown Saratoga, we love Violet’s and Stella’s, Piper, Miss Scarlett, and Lucia. If you have to bring your little one, keep them quiet with a treat from Plum Dandy!
- Don’t forget about dad! Our favorite Father’s Day event is the annual Sundae on the Farm. This year it will be in Saratoga at the gorgeous McMahon Thoroughbreds, home of Funny Cide the 2003 Kentucky Derby winner.
- Have you backed up your digital files recently? Do you have those precious baby pictures stored somewhere other than your personal computer? It’s time for some file management and backup!
- Need a break from the outdoors? The Saratoga Springs Public Library recently revamped their children’s area and it’s definitely worth a visit this spring. Plus their programs rock!
- Get your 2013 SaratogaArtsFest Pass now and commit to the arts for the weekend of June 6-9th
- Looking to get back into the fitness routine after baby? We love Baby Boot Camp with Britta Hogue because she’s super motivating and the class is great for fitness meets fun.
- Grab a blanket, books, bubbles and snacks for an afternoon of stories and simple fun in the park.
- Start meal planning! I mean, really start meal planning. We love the tips and ideas from Janelle at Domestically Seasoned. She shared them in her Meal Planning 101 post.
- Mama’s with stroller kids, try doing a PJ walk at night. After dinner and bath, put the PJ’s on, grab a blanket and go for a nice walk in the evening and enjoy some quiet time together. Bring your hubby too!
- Decrease your coffee consumption and try a healthier caffeine alternative, Element Caffeinated Water! You know that we’re big fans here at SaratogaMama HQ and we think you’ll love it too.
- Try a new Saratoga restaurant for your next date nigth! A few that we’ve enjoyed recently: Harvest and Hearth, Henry St. Taproom, Maestro’s (always good), Boca Bistro, Izumi for Thai, and El Mexicana for yummy Mexican.
- See how many nights in a row you can use only your grill instead of heating up the entire kitchen with the stove.
- Plan a day trip to the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse.
- Are your kids musically inclined? Take a tour of Modern Day Music’s Rock School in Clifton Park and learn about their programs and unique teaching style.
- Check out, and print out some of our awesome coupons! If you haven’t checked in a while, we’re adding more all the time.
- Download a garage sale app like Yard Sale Treasure Map on your smartphone and find some treasures! Make sure you have cash on hand and be prepared to pick up a trinket or two for the kiddos.
- Don’t fear the rain, embrace it! Gear up and let the kids go wild splashing in puddles and searching for frogs.
- Get pinning! Use Pinterest boards to store your dream vacations, home, fashion, food, lifestyle, crafts, and more. It’s inspiration gone wild on Pinterest! Join us too.
- Score some great deals at the Kids Exchange Spring Consignment Sale, May 4th in Queensbury.
- Check out Sunnyside Gardens in Saratoga for their amazing selection of flowers. Deck your porch out with some bright colors this spring and be happy every time you come home
Happy Spring from SaratogaMama!
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Friday, April 26
Skidmore Small Jazz Ensembles
Skidmore College, Zankel Music Center, 8 p.m.
Under the coaching of Artists-in-Residence John Nazarenko, Mark Vinci, and George Muscatello, students in the Skidmore Small Jazz Ensembles will perform. Repertoire includes jazz, Latin, funk, and rock-based music. For more information and to view all our events, visit www.skidmore.edu/zankel or call the Zankel box office (518) 580-5321.
Landscaping with Native Plants Workshop
Rowland Hollow Creek Nature Preserve, Rowland St., Ballston Spa, 4–6 p.m.
Saratoga PLAN is holding a unique, hands-on workshop about landscaping with native plants. Gain native landscaping experience and ideas for a healthy, low maintenance yard. For more information call (518) 587-5554.
Fighting Hunger Food Drive
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 149 Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs, 6 p.m.
The Youth Group at St. Paul’s is supporting the world-wide effort to fight hunger by participating in World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine effort. St. Paul’s youth are also looking to help our community by canvasing area neighborhoods collecting imperishable items or donations for St. Paul’s Food Pantry. If you would like to make a monetary donation or food item donation please drop it off at the church beginning Friday 6 pm. to Saturday 6 p.m. For more information call (518) 810-7850.
Saratoga Central Catholic Presents Annie, Jr.
St. Peter’s Parish Center, 64 Hamilton St., Saratoga Springs
Friday and Saturday 7 p.m. and Sunday 3 p.m.
The popular story of little orphan Annie and the adventures she has in NYC while befriending billionaire Oliver Warbucks. Performed by Saratoga Central Catholic’s Middle School Drama Troupe. Adults $7, Students/seniors $5, kids under five free. All proceeds benefit Saratoga Central Catholic. For more information (518) 587-7070.
Saturday, April 27
Third Annual Walk for Mental Health Awareness
Saratoga Spa State Park, Carlsbad Pavilion, 11 a.m.
Support the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) of Saratoga County by walking for mental health awareness. All proceeds will go to funding the DBSA activities, including support group meetings, special events, training, and advocacy efforts. Registration, raffles and silent auction start at 9 a.m. For more information/donate www.DBSAsaratogacounty.com or call Chris at (518) 580-1064.
Spring Fling 2013
Malta Community Center, 1 Bayberry Dr., Malta, 6–7:30 p.m.
Boys, escort your Mom, Grandma or Aunt; Girls, be escorted by Dad, Grandpa or Uncle to an evening of cool DJ music and lights, personalized crafts, dance lessons, snacks and fun. Kids ages 4 – 10 and a favorite adult – dress in your finest for photos. Spots are limited, so don’t wait! Pre-registration is required. Call Town of Malta Parks & Recreation at (518) 899-4411 for more information.
Sunday, April 28
Sons of Italian American War Vets Post 35, 247 Grand Ave. Saratoga 8–11 a.m.
Featuring made to order omlettes, sausage biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage, ham hash, fruit, Danish and more. Adults $8, Seniors $7, Kids under 5 are free.
Swedish American Pancake Breakfast
Burnt Hills Fire Department, 810 St. Rt. 50, Ballston Lake, 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
Swedish pancakes served with lingonberries and hot cakes with maple syrup. Dine in or take out. Adults $6, Children ages 5–12 cost is $3. Children under 5 are free.
Annual Baked Ziti Dinner
Christ Episcopal Church Parish Hall, West High St., Ballston Spa, 12–5 p.m.
The event is a fund raiser for Troop 2. All proceeds are for the purchase of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) which will be located in the church. Tickets: $8 for adults and $5 for children under 12, take-out available Call ahead dinner trays (feeds six to eight people) are available for $25. For details contact Alan Veet at (518) 281-5204, or Linda Paley at the Christ Episcopal Church (518) 885-1031.
Sixth Annual Benefit for Wildwood Programs
The Parting Glass, 42 Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs, 12–9 p.m.
Monday, April 29
Preschool Pioneers at Camp Saratoga
80 Scout Rd., Gansevoort, 11 a.m.
Ages 3-6 years old will be learning to identify patterns in nature. Adults are expected to attend and support children during the program. We will be outside for the program so please come dressed for the weather. For information or to register call (518) 450-0321. Visit our website to see all our ongoing events. www.wiltonpreserve.org.
Tuesday, April 30
Please Go Away! Planning Your Vacation Online
Saratoga Springs Public Library, Computer Lab, 10 a.m.
The Internet is becoming more of a common place to plan vacations. Travel information comes and goes on a daily basis through different web resources. This class helps students learn how to navigate and identify travel deals online. Call (518) 584-7860 ext. 257 to register. Check out all our ongoing programs at www.sspl.org.
Advancement in Treatment of Sinusitis
Saratoga Springs Public Library, H. Dutcher Community Room, 6 p.m.
Learn about advances, including minimally invasive surgical procedures such as Balloon Sinuplasty. This is a program offered by Saratoga Care and sponsored by the library. Registration is through Saratoga Care website under ëclasses and events www.saratogahospital.org or by phone at (518) 580-2450.
Wednesday, May 1
Saratoga Farmers’ Market Opens
High Rock Park Pavilion, High Rock Ave., Saratoga Springs
Buy Local from more than 50 regional farms and other producers. The market’s opening festivities for the outdoor season are scheduled for Saturday, May 4, and will include live music and other special activities. The Saratoga Farmers’ Market will operate twice a week from May through the end of October on Wednesdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Fun, Fitness and Friendship-Volkswalk
Saratoga Westside, 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Join the Empire State Capital Volkssporters for a leisurely walk through a scenic or historic area over a pre-marked trail. The walk is typically 10K or 6.2 miles (a three mile route is also offered). Starting point is at parking garage on Woodlawn Ave. (Long Alley). Arrive 30 minutes prior to start. Cost is $3.00. For more information visit www.ava.org or www.ava.org/clubs.escv.
Thursday, May 2
Second Annual Chefs Challenge
Hampton Inn and Suites, Downtown Saratoga Springs, 6–9 p.m.
Hosted by Big Brothers Big Sisters, the event will feature two competing chefs, returning Champion Chef John Ireland of Panza’s will defend his title against challenger Jimmy Schultz of 2Shea Catering. Popular area restaurants will also offer specialty dishes to our guests. Cost is $55. For more information call (518) 862-1250.