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Capital Region Scrapbook: Bicentennial events among happenings in 1976

Levonne Brown, left, leads young people in an African dance during the Hamilton Hill Drop-In Art Center's closing day at John Boyd Thacher State Park in Voorheesville on Aug. 22, 1976.
Levonne Brown, left, leads young people in an African dance during the Hamilton Hill Drop-In Art Center's closing day at John Boyd Thacher State Park in Voorheesville on Aug. 22, 1976.
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Dancing and drumming were parts of summer for people at John Boyd Thacher State Park in Voorheesville on Aug. 22, 1976. The Hamilton Hill Drop-In Arts Center finished its seven-week day camp at the park with lively African arts. Food and athletic events were also part of the program. There were other August happenings. Colonie celebrated the nation’s bicentennial with a parade and play. Fifty-three amateur thespians were on stage for “America 76,” which took ...


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rsmall803
August 26, 2013
1:27 p.m.

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what I remember most is how the fire hydrants were painted in historical pictures. kinda thought they keep them and just refresh them over the years. maybe I should have put a bug in somebodys ear?

rsmall803
August 26, 2013
1:27 p.m.

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what I remember most is how the fire hydrants were painted in historical pictures. kinda thought they keep them and just refresh them over the years. maybe I should have put a bug in somebodys ear?

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