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- For groups of 20 or more (Groups of ten available, Yankees only, call for details)*
- Private Transportation
- Dedicated Chauffeur
- Personalized Service
- Flexible pickup and drop offs
- We will handle ticket purchases that include 10% discounts*
- Scoreboard greeting for your group
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An international food tasting event brought to you by the The International Center of the Capital Region. The event will be held Thursday March 27th 5:30 to 8:00pm at ”TheLINDA”, WAMC’s Performing Arts Center, 339 Central Ave, Albany, NY 12206.
Tastes of the World will be an entertaining evening where guests enjoy fabulous selections of international food samples prepared by top Capital Region chefs and restaurants complimented by well known NYS vintners and microbrews.
There will be sample-sized portions of global food from providers including the Century House, the Chocolate Gecko, Flavors of India, La Empanada Llama, Normanside Country Club, R&G Cheesemakers, Terra International Cuisine, the Turkish Cultural Center and Yono’s.
We look forward to this and hope to see you there.
Also known as Saratoga Racetrack or “the flat track”, Saratoga Race Course is the oldest continually operating Thoroughbred horse racing track in the United States.
Invite Premiere Transportation Group to take you and your guests out for a day. Saratoga Race Course is the host to many distinguished meets as well as employee outings and celebrations. We will pick you up and bring you to your destination. No hassle of parking or navigating through traffic jams, just sit back and enjoy the comfort of the limo until you reach your destination. After the track lets out, we can take you to your restaurant of choice and back to your location, unless the evening takes you elsewhere…like the Racino…
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Saratoga Race Course is a 350-acre racetrack in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. The 2013 meeting will be 40 days long from Friday, July 19 to Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2. Saratoga is the home of the 144th Running of the Travers Stakes on Aug. 24, 2013.
June 19, 1910, marked the first Father’s Day on record. Sonora Dodd from Washington State wanted to have a special day to show appreciation to her father William Smart, who was a Civil War veteran and a widower whose wife died during the childbirth of their sixth child. He raised his six children as a single father. The day was chosen in June, the month of Dodd’s father’s birthday.
Father’s Day was not recognized nationally on a large scale until 1966. President Lyndon Johnson designated the third Sunday of June to be Father’s Day.
However, not until 1972 did Father’s Day become an annual permanent holiday thanks to President Richard Nixon who signed Father’s Day as a public law.
Did you Know? Memorial Day was first called Decoration Day. It was changed to Memorial Day in 1882.
Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11, and was first observed on 30 May 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.
The first state to officially recognize the holiday was New York in 1873. By 1890 it was recognized by all of the northern states. The South refused to acknowledge the day, honoring their dead on separate days until after World War I (when the holiday changed from honoring just those who died fighting in the Civil War to honoring Americans who died fighting in any war). It is now celebrated in almost every State on the last Monday in May.
Founded in 1970 as a day of education about environmental issues, Earth Day is now a globally celebrated holiday that focuses on green awareness. For those whose inner environmentalist speaks loudest on April 22, Earth Day encourages citizens to take environmental action. Whether its planting a tree or saving water by turning off the faucet when brushing teeth, all environmentally friendly acts- big or small, are encouraged.
Fun Facts About Earth Day
- Earth Day Networks estimates that 500 million people from 4,500 organizations in 180 countries will participate in Earth Day events during the month of April.
- Earth Day is big with schools. On many school calendars, it is the third most activity-inspiring holiday, after Christmas and Halloween.
- Companies have even gotten into Earth Day. Last year, office supply store Staples introduced office paper made entirely without new trees.
- As part of the celebration, some communities make Earth Day a “Car-Free Day.”
The first St. Patrick’s Day parade took place not in Ireland but in the United States. Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City on March 17, 1762. Along with their music, the parade helped the soldiers reconnect with their Irish roots, as well as fellow Irishmen serving in the English army.
Over the next 35 years, Irish patriotism among American immigrants flourished, prompting the rise of so-called “Irish Aid” societies like the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick and the Hibernian Society. Each group would hold annual parades featuring bagpipes (which actually first became popular in the Scottish and British armies) and drums.
Cabin Fever? How about a little wine?
TAKE A LIMO OR CHARTER A BUS!!
Did you know…New York State is the nation’s second largest producer of wine??
Let us help you plan a day trip and experience some of New York’s finest wineries! Taste the flavors found from the Finger Lakes to the Hudson Valley. Visit up to 5 wineries in a single day!
We can point you in the right direction!
Contact Danielle to plan your tailored trip today at
518-459-6123 or email email@example.com
Lake Placid is best known as the two-time site of the Winter Olympics, in 1932 and 1980. In the United States, the village is especially remembered as the site of the 1980 USA–USSR hockey game the Miracle on Ice, when a group of American college students and amateurs upset the heavily favored Soviet national ice hockey team 4–3 and two days later won the gold medal. The victory is often ranked as the greatest in American sports history. It is also the site of the Olympic Oval, where Eric Heiden won his five Olympic gold medals.
During the 1980 Olympics, Lake Placid Middle/High School was issued an alcohol license. The school served as a private bar during the Olympics. It is the only high school in the United States to be issued an alcohol license.
Jack Shea, a resident of the village, became the first person to win two gold medals when he doubled in speed skating at the 1932 Winter Olympics. He carried the Olympic torch through Lake Placid in 2002 shortly before his death.
Shea grew up on Mirror Lake in Lake Placid. In high school, he won the North American men’s championships in the 1929 and 1930.
At the 1932 Olympic Winter Games in his hometown of Lake Placid, Shea a 21-year-old sophomore at Dartmouth College, took the Olympic oath on behalf of all the athletes.
Later that day, in the first final of the Olympics, he won the 500-meter speedskating gold medal. The next day he won the 1, 500-meter gold. Shea has always called the 500-meter final the highlight of his career. He has said it was the one win he wanted the most.