Capital Region

Newest Photos Thursday: A Central Park walk, Schenectady syrup making and Jumpin’ Jacks prep

Joanna Ramos of Schenectady takes a rainy stroll around Iroquois Lake in Central Park Wednesday, passed some Canada Geese.
PHOTOGRAPHER:
Joanna Ramos of Schenectady takes a rainy stroll around Iroquois Lake in Central Park Wednesday, passed some Canada Geese.

SCHENECTADY – A look at some of our latest photos Thursday, including a rainy walk at Central Park Wednesday, as well as some kid syrup making and some Jumpin’ Jacks prep in Scotia.

GAZETTE COVERAGE

Ensure access to everything we do, today and every day, check out our subscribe page at DailyGazette.com/Subscribe

Photos by our Peter R. Barber and Erica Miller

.

.

Joanna Ramos of Schenectady takes a rainy stroll around Iroquois Lake in Central Park Wednesday PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

 

Canada geese meander around Iroquois Lake in Central Park Wednesday PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

 

Jumpin’ Jacks cook Jimmy Gauthier of Schenectady PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

 

Jumpin’ Jacks cook Jimmy Gauthier of Schenectady sautes onions on the grill Wednesday in preparation for Thursday’s season opening PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

 

A state of the art lighting system is demonstrated at the Capital Repertory Theatre at 251 N. Pearl Street in Albany during a news conference Wednesday PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

 

PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

.

.

GAZETTE COVERAGE

Ensure access to everything we do, today and every day, check out our subscribe page at DailyGazette.com/Subscribe
Fifth grader Ireland Magee, 10, empties their fresh maple sugar water from a tree as kindergarten students watch during NY Ag in the Classroom School Yard Sugaring at Zoller Elementary in Schenectady Wednesday ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

More: Tapping into nature: Schenectady schools look to expand farm-to-school programming

.

.

 

Fifth grader Kelvin Chattergoon, 10, empties their fresh maple sugar water from a tree as kindergarten student Julianna White, 5, watches and 5th grader Lucy Byrnes, 11, helps ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

More: Tapping into nature: Schenectady schools look to expand farm-to-school programming

.

.

 

Farm to School Grant facilitator Rebekka Henriksen, of Schenectady, shows students maple syrup she created at her home ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

More: Tapping into nature: Schenectady schools look to expand farm-to-school programming

.

.

 

GAZETTE COVERAGE

Ensure access to everything we do, today and every day, check out our subscribe page at DailyGazette.com/Subscribe

Categories: Life & Arts, News, Schenectady County

Leave a Reply