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115 So Ferry Street, Schenectady, NY 12305


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Located Nearby:

  • Adirondack Trailways 22 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-346-34150.1 mi SW
  • Amtrak Station-SDY 332 Erie Boulevard, Sc'd'y, NY 800-872-72450.2 mi E
  • Bow Tie Cinemas Movieland 400 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Edison Tech Center 136 Broadway, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • Empire State College 328 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • The Katbird Shop 425 Liberty Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi E
  • New York State Department-Transportation 328 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • Open Door Bookstore 128 Jay Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Paul Mitchell School 411 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Proctors 432 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-346-62040.3 mi SE
  • Sc'd'y Civic Playhouse 12 South Church Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-382-2081489 ft W
  • Sc'd'y County Community College 78 Washigton Avenue, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi W
  • Sc'd'y Light Opera Co 427 Franklin St Sc'd'y, NY 12301 518-393-57320.3 mi SE
  • Sc'd'y Symphony Orchestra 432 State St # 216, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Union Graduate College 80 Nott Ter, Sc'd'y, NY0.6 mi E
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Good to Know

"Never give in - never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy."

- Winston Churchill

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Bicycling:

Tens of thousands who could never afford to own, feed and stable a horse, had by this bright invention enjoyed the swiftness of motion which is perhaps the most fascinating feature of material life.

Frances Willard

March 23, 2019, 4:51 am