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Gazette aims to bring people together through expos and events

125 Years

Gazette aims to bring people together through expos and events

For 125 years, The Gazette has proudly served local communities
Gazette aims to bring people together through expos and events
The Gazette sponsored the 50+ Living Expo at the Rivers Casino earlier this year.
Photographer: Marc Schultz/Gazette Photographer

For 125 years, The Gazette has proudly served the Schenectady community and, in subsequent decades, expanded its coverage to municipalities north, west and south of The Electric City.

Whether it’s through news articles, feature stories or even display advertisements in our daily, weekly, online or special publications, members of The Gazette staff immerse themselves in those communities to provide our readers with information they need to make decisions about elected officials, controversial topics — sometimes even what or where to purchase. In many cases, members of The Gazette staff reside in the very communities they cover or represent. 

Yet being a part of the community is much more than what’s published in the print and online editions of The Gazette; it’s the relationships built and sustained between members of The Gazette staff and its readers, subscribers and advertisers; it’s providing financial support to nonprofit organizations to help get the word out about their special events and fundraisers. 

Thanks in large part to the advent of the internet and social media, The Gazette now has more ways than ever to interact with the communities it serves. However, there’s still something to be said for in-person interactions. 

One of the ways The Gazette aims to bring people together is through its expos and events. Centered on a broad theme, they offer both readers and nonreaders alike access to representatives from a variety of local businesses offering products and services they might need or want, all in one place at the same time. 

Looking to make improvements to your living space? Need information about planning for an active retirement? Saratoga City Center is the place to be on Saturday, Oct. 19, for The Gazette’s 50+ Living Home & Lifestyle Expo, sponsored by Rivers Casino and MVP Health Care.

More from 125 Years of Gazette special anniversary edition:

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., attendees will not only have the opportunity to visit more than 100 home and lifestyle vendors, but also to meet celebrity designer Genevieve Gorder from Bravo, HGTV and Netflix. For information, visit 50plusliving.com.

Brides- and grooms-to-be, there’s a show just for you! Visit the Hall of Springs and the Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Spa State Park between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26. Get all the information about the products and services you’ll need to make your wedding day a memorable one for you and your guests during the 20th anniversary of the Capital Region’s Premier Wedding Show. For additional details, visit www.dailygazette.com/wedding-show.

While the Gazette Wedding Show, and 50+ Living home and lifestyle expos continue to grow, its annual Holiday Parade, presented in partnership with the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce and the city of Schenectady, still tops them all. 

This year’s edition is set to step off at the intersection of State Street and Washington Avenue in downtown Schenectady at 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23. Ring in the season with your family, friends and thousands of others during this time-honored tradition. 

For information, visit dailygazette.com/holiday-parade

Whether it’s through the daily paper, website, social media, events or other means, The Gazette looks forward to its ongoing coverage
of and interaction with the greater Capital Region community.

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