- January 26th is a half day for Shenedehowa elementary schools. Check out our afternoon program! image Pop Art Mini Camp - January 26, 2018 1-4pm (138 KB) Register here on our website!
Send a letter to Santa and have a personalized reply! pdf Letters to Santa (98 KB)
- Program at Historic Grooms Tavern on January 19 at 7pm. pdf Sights and Sounds Along the Mohawk (197 KB)
Moonlight Ski - Thursday December 8; Thursday January 5; Thursday February 9; Thursday March 9; Thursday April 6
Join us during our free Family Moonlight Cross Country Ski evening at the Vischer Ferry Nature Preserve on the above dates when snow conditions permit. Everyone is invited to participate and must bring their own ski equipment.
There will be a warm-up fire and the Shenendehowa Nordic Club will provide hot drinks and marshmallows during the event. Participants will meet at the preserve's main parking lot on Riverview Road (at the Whipple Bridge) at 7:00 pm.
- Cross Country Ski Lessons - January 12, 19, 26; February 2, 16, 23; March 2, 16, 23, 30
The Town of Clifton Park, in cooperation with the Shenendehowa Nordic Club, announces its Beginner Cross Country Ski Lessons program. Classes are offered as snow conditions allow from 6:30pm-8:00pm on the above dates at the Shenendehowa Adult Community Center. All ages and families are welcome. Pre-registration is required. Registration for the program is at the Office of Parks, Recreation and Community Affairs at Town Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Class fee is $12 per person per session. Bring your own cross country skis.
- Arbor Day Celebration -
As part of our Arbor Day celebration, the Town offers a free tree seedling to all Clifton Park families who have had a baby born between Arbor Day 2016 (April 29) and Arbor Day 2017 (April 28). Families can register with the Office of Parks, Recreation and Community Affairs located in Town Hall. Submit a photo with the registration form and all pictures will be displayed in Town Hall the week of May 2. Deadline for registration is April 11, 2016.
The week of May 1, parents can come to Town Hall and pick up a free seedling tree to be planted on their property as a "birth tree" for the child. The hope is that these trees will grow up with the child and add to the child's appreciation of nature and the conservation of wildlife.pdf - (170 KB) Plant A Tree For The Newborn Registration Form
July 4th Celebration - Bring your family, friends and neighbors as we mark the birth of our nation in small-town America style! Clifton Park's July Fourth Celebration culminates with great entertainment and the Capital Region's largest locally sponsored fireworks display! Live music featuring: Hellcat Maggie and The New York Players!
pdf 2017 July 4th Celebration on Clifton Common Event Schedule (278 KB)
Performing Arts at the Common - The Town brings professional entertainers to the outdoor stage at Clifton Common every Sunday night at 7:00 p.m. during the months of July and August. On Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. during the months of July and August there is children's entertainment; such as puppet shows, magic acts, clowns or music. Although there are a few bleachers, most guests bring lawn chairs and blankets to the free concerts. The musical is held at 8:00 pm at Clifton Common.
pdf 2017 Performing Arts at the Common Flyer (696 KB)
Farm Fest - This event, which highlights the farms and agricultural areas in the Town, is held September 17th - 18th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday. Participating farms are open for tours and offer demonstrations, entertainment and great food.