The November Village Board of Trustees meeting has been changed to Tuesday, November 10, 2015 in order to observe Veterans Day on November 11th.
Scotia Fire Department Open House April 23, 2016 12-4 pm You’re Invited! The Scotia Fire Department invites you to their annual Recruit NY Open House this Saturday, April 23 from noon to 4:00pm. The public is welcome to tour the firehouse, view our new pumper and ladder truck, and meet members of the department. There… Read more »
Schenectady County?Family Movie Night Disney*PIXAR’s INSIDE OUT July 29th Freedom Park Scotia Fun Begins at 7pm * Movie begins at Dusk Free ice cream ? * ? Fun activities and games For more information visit www.schenectadycounty.com
Clink this link to read more about the music at the Flint House More about the Food – Fun – Parking Visit the Flint House museum, enjoy the activities and displays, picnic under the trees, and gather at the tent for a concert of music from the early 1800s with the Musicians of Ma’alwyck. Join… Read more »
“Learn to Fish Day” DEC will be here on Thursday, July 13 with a program to teach beginners how to fish. The program provides all necessary tackle and bait as well as experienced instructors. Participants are welcome to bring their own tackle as well. Sessions will be held at the beach area in Collins Park… Read more »
Collins Lake Wildlife Study ??Seine Collins Lake with Scotia Mayor and see what kind of critters live there.
Build and Erect Bird Houses with the Mayor
Dear Resident, The final summer event of our ‘Use Your Parks Initiative’ will be an evening program to teach youth how to fish. On August 31, DEC will present the program at the Collins Park Beach from 6:00-7:30. They provide all instruction, equipment, and bait, and young anglers are welcome to bring their own equipment… Read more »
Open House at the Flint House Saturday, October 14, 1-4 p.m. Stop by for a tour of the Flint House and learn about the history of Scotia and the Mohawk Valley broomcorn industry. There will be a craft project for kids, and, depending on the weather, artists painting outside on the lawn. The Flint House… Read more »
The Scotia Police Department will participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 28th, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Please bring old or unused medications to Police Headquarters at 4 North Ten Broeck Street so they don’t fall into the wrong hands.