Community calendar for Apr 8, 2018



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Sunday, Apr 8

ALEXANDER HAMILTON: Alexander Hamilton has reentered renouned enlightenment with a low-pitched “Hamilton!” Heidi Hill, Historic Site Manager of Schuyler Mansion and Crailo State Historic Sites, will give an illustrated pronounce about Alexander Hamilton and a Schuyler Family during a Stephentown Historical Society assembly on Sunday, Apr 8, during 2 p.m. during a Stephentown Heritage Center, 4 Staples Road (corner of Garfield Road). The module is giveaway and a building is disabled accessible. For directions, write 518-733-0010.

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: ’Annual Spring Tea,’ 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Cost $10. 2165 5th Avenue, Troy.

CAPITAL DISTRICT HUMANIST SOCIETY: Skidmore College partner highbrow Dr. Minita Sanghvi, author of a stirring “Gender and Political Marketing in a United States and a 2016 Presidential Election: An Analysis of Why She Lost,” will inspect Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s 2016 US presidential campaigns from a gender and selling viewpoint and try options for intensity 2020 presidential possibilities Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Kirsten Gillibrand. Refreshments during 12:30 p.m. will convey a 1:15 p.m. module in Room 224, Campus Center, Sage Colleges Albany Campus, New Scotland Ave. during Academy Road, Albany. Admission is free. For sum and directions, call 518-533-2666, or revisit www.humanistsociety.org.

CONCERTS IN THE VILLAGE: The Broad Street Chorale, a Broad Street Orchestra, sopranos Caroline Dunigan and Chloë Schaaf, and effort Jon Morrell perform 3 vicious works of early 19th c. Romanticism: Mendelssohn’s occasionally listened unison aria Infelice (1843), Beethoven’s enterprising Symphony No. 2 in D vital (1801-02), and Mendelssohn’s staggering Symphony-Cantata Lobgesang (1840) for vast orchestra, carol and soloists. David Smith conducts. $20 contribution. 3 p,m,, Sunday, Apr 8; Kinderhook Reformed Church, 21 Broad Street, Kinderhook. For some-more information revisit www.concertsinthevillage.org.

COUNTRY FOLK ART CRAFT SHOW: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., McDonough Sports Complex, Hudson Valley Community College. For some-more information revisit countryfolkart.com.

DELMAR FAMILY DANCE: Circle dances, squares, line dances and play-party/singing games from a US and around a world. Instruction and job by Paul Rosenberg; strain by Tame Rutabaga. 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Delmar Reformed Church, 386 Delaware Ave., Delmar. Suggested Donation: $5-$8 per adult dancer; $1 children. Optional pizza repast to follow. Pizza will be systematic during a start of a dance, for a cost of $4/person adult to a limit of $15/family. Sign adult during a doorway or in allege by https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BejvBQA-d0OHWtVvR0hO18TfYPK0KI26lYToJx7y8UE/edit#gid=0. For some-more information call Paul during 518-482-9255 or email paul@homespun.biz.

K OF C BREAKFAST: All we can eat for usually $9; children 5-10 $4’ underneath 5 free. 8:30 a.m. – noon, Latham Colonie Knights of Columbus, 328 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham. Call 518-783-0572 or revisit www.lathamcoloniekofc.com for some-more information.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY CONCERT: Join a Troy Public Library during 100 Second Street on Sunday, Apr 8, during 2:30 p.m. for a giveaway afternoon of strain with Jeff Snow, a gifted multi-instrumentalist who shares a music, and a stories behind a music, of Scotland, Ireland and England. In this unison Jeff will play a guitar, autoharp and bouzouki. Questions and contention from a assembly are speedy and turn partial of a event. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is endorsed to oath seating. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

Monday, Apr 9

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: The Conversation with Sisters subject is “The Gossip.” 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., 2165 5th Avenue, Troy.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Daybooks discusses “I’ll Take You There” by Wally Lamb during 1:30 p.m. Copies are permitted during a information desk. Large-print audio and downloadable copies might be available. Open Sewing, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Sewing machines will be permitted for eccentric projects. Bring your possess supplies. Volunteers might be on palm to support you. Register for adult to dual sessions. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Friends of a Cohoes Public Library are celebrating National Library Week with a array of programs in April. On Apr 9 during 2 p.m., internal author clergyman Pauline Bartell will benefaction “The Write Stuff.” The Photo Club is scheduled to accommodate during 6 p.m. Complete sum and updates of all activities are permitted during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org and on a Library’s and Friends’ Facebook pages. 169 Mohawk Street #2, Cohoes.

HONOR A DECEASED VETERAN: This month’s Rensselaer County Honor a Deceased Veteran Program will respect Earl W. Coons on Apr 9 during 8:30 a.m. in a Legislative Chambers, Third Floor of a County Office Bldg. 1600 Seventh Avenue, Troy. Earl was an Aerial Engineer Gunner in a Army Air Forces during WWII, receiving countless awards for his use including a Good Conduct Medal, The European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, an Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Distinguished Flying Cross and WWII Victory Medal. After a fight Earl upheld his flourishing family while operative during General Electric, The Troy Bus Company and as a self-employed painter. He was also a member of The Troy Elks Lodge #141 and The Order of Oddfellows in Lansingburgh. For some-more information strike a Rensselaer County Veterans Service Agency during 518-270-2760.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Cribbage during 9 a.m., Yoga during 10:30 a.m. Shopping Day Sign-Up; Van leaves during 9:30 a.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

JUNOT DIAZ: Junot Díaz, author of a critically acclaimed “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” that won a 2008 Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Critics Circle Award, will give a reading from his works during Williams College on Monday, Apr 9, during 4 p.m. in a ‘62 Center MainStage. An assembly QA and book signing will follow a reading. It is giveaway and open to a public. Tickets are not required.

NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY: Confirmed by a U.S. Senate in Sep 2015, Dr. Kathryn K. Matthew is a fifth Director of a Institute of Museum and Library Services. With career believe that spans private and nonprofit sectors, Dr. Matthew brings to a organisation a low believe of a educational and open use roles of museums, libraries, and associated nonprofits. Dr. Matthew gives a pronounce on “The Future of Libraries” as partial of a Bicentennial Speakers Forum during a New York State Library. 6:30 p.m., Clark Auditorium, Concourse Level, Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Registration is recommended: e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 518-474-2274.

TALKING WITH YOUR DOCTOR: Are we undetermined by treacherous health information? Are we wavering to ask your alloy questions? Join a Troy Public Library during a Main branch, 100 Second Street, on Monday, Apr 9, during 3 p.m. for this ominous giveaway health preparation workshop. Suitable for everyone, this hands-on seminar is presented by Albany Medical College’s Division of Community Outreach and Medical Education and a Schaffer Library of Health Sciences. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bowling during Uncle Sam Lanes, 12:30 p.m. Troy Senior Center’s chronicle of “Family Feud” takes place during 11 a.m. in a Dining Room. Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Downtown Troy.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE CONCERT: The Williams College Department of Music presents Lionel Loueke Trio as partial of a Ernest Brown World Music Series on Monday, Apr 9 during 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall on a Williams College campus. Guitarist and vocalist Lionel Loueke is assimilated by Massimo Biolcati, bass, and Ferenc Nemeth, drums in a opening that is strongly sensitive by Loueke’s African identity. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. Thompson Memorial Chapel is located during 860 Main Street on a Williams College campus; see www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

Tuesday, Apr 10

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: AfterDinner Too discusses “Whiskey and Charlie” by Annabel Smith during 7 p.m. Copies are permitted during a information desk. Large-print audio and downloadable copies might be available. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CHENEY LIBRARY: The Children’s Room of a Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will horde a Story Hour any Tuesday during 10 a.m. Each week there will be time to listen to a story, sing songs, have a snack, do an activity and more. Then stay and play!

EARTH MONTH FILM SERIES: The Williams College Zilkha Center’s Earth Month film array continues with a screening of “Growing Cities.” From rooftop farmers to backyard beekeepers, “Growing Cities” tells a relocating stories of courageous civic farmers, innovators, and bland city-dwellers who are severe a approach a USA grows and distributes a food. A contention with Mason Williams, partner highbrow of caring studies and domestic science, will follow a 7:30 p.m. screening during a Paretsky Auditorium. Free and open to a public.

EAST SIDE SENIORS: The subsequent unchanging assembly of a East Side Seniors will be reason on Apr 10 during a American Legion Post in Wynantskill. Meetings start during 1 p.m, preceded with a oath to a flag. and followed by an beguiling lunch supposing by Team 6. Then try your fitness during Bingo.

HALF MOON BUTTON CLUB: The Half Moon Button Club will accommodate on Tuesday Apr 10, during 11 a.m. during a Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. The amicable time starts during 11 a.m. and a business assembly starts during noon followed by Phyllis Dunn’s module on “Shell or Pearl Buttons.” Bring a bag lunch. Dessert will be provided. For some-more information call Lisa during 518-469-7420 or Kirsti during 869-8125. Everyone is welcome.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Card jubilee during 10:30 a.m. Van travel available. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LANSINGBURGH EAGLES: The Lansingburgh Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #3773 will accommodate on Tuesday, Apr 10, during 7 p.m. during their rooms, 513 Fifth Avenue, North Troy.

LYME ACTION NETWORK: The Town of Guilderland and a Lyme Action Network will co-sponsor an informational arrangement by Prof. Holly Ahern, SUNY Adirondack microbiology highbrow and nationally famous consultant on Lyme and other tick-borne diseases during 7 p.m. on Apr 10 during a Guilderland Town Hall.” What You Need to Know About Lyme and Tick-borne Diseases” draws from peer-reviewed and published examine to explain a inlet of a pathogens that are carried by ticks, strategies to equivocate parasite bites, a problems with evidence tests, and diagnosis issues and options. The arrangement is giveaway and open to a public.

NEW SCOTLAND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION: The Helderberg Madrigal Singers benefaction a jubilee of a peaceful deteriorate in a module of outspoken strain from a 13th-18th centuries accompanied by duration instruments. Sponsored by a New Scotland Historical Association, this module will be presented during 7:30 p.m. during a Wyman Osterhout Community Center, 7 Old New Salem Rd., Voorheesville (New Salem). The Museum opens during 7 p.m. The module is giveaway and open to a public.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Andrea J. Buchanan is a co-author of a million-selling The Daring Book for Girls series. Her new memoir, The Beginning of Everything (2018), recounts her harrowing believe with a real-life neurological poser after a coughing fit led to mind mishap and months of cognitive impairment. Buchanan binds a review about her discourse of overcoming neurological illness during 4:15 p.m. in Campus Center Room 375, UAlbany Uptown Campus. She binds a review on essay for children and immature adults during 7 p.m. during a Guilderland Public Library, 2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland.

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan-Jones post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, following by Bingo and cards. The gymnasium is disabled permitted with sufficient parking. The Poestenkill Seniors have catered lunches, pizza, clamsteams, fish fries and luncheons during several restaurants, informational talks on comparison haven and train trips to casinos, theaters and other points of interest. Dues are $15 a year.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Pre-school Storytime, 11 a.m. Computer Help, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

SEO BASICS BOOT CAMP: Learn about how to grow your business from Google experts. Come early to network; refreshments provided, QA to follow. 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., Manfred RELC, 920 Albany Shaker Road, Latham. Admission: Please move non-perishable donations for a Albany Food Pantry. Networking with pizza from noon – 1 p.m. $5 Donation Tickets on Eventbrite to advantage Special Olympics. Go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seo-basics-boot-camp-april-10th-tickets-43200168868.

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MAGICIANS: The internal organisation of The Society of American Magicians, Assembly #24, meets during 7:30 p.m. on a second Tuesday of a month during a S. W. Pitts Hose Co. of Latham on Old Loudon Road in Latham. All persons age 16 and comparison with any seductiveness in a art of sorcery are acquire to join in for a fun evening. For some-more information, or to strike a internal magician, revisit WWW.SAM24.SYTHASITE.COM.

STEPHENTOWN MEMORIAL LIBRARY: Crosby a Reading Dog will be during SML on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for some reading fun. Whether we are a good reader or even ‘just training my A,B, C’s,’ Crosby will adore to listen. Reading slots will be for 15 mins each. Please call 518-733-5750 to make an appointment. Parents greatfully devise on staying with your child. Stephentown Memorial Library is located during 472 NY-43, Stephentown.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Pajama Storytime, 6 p.m. Children ages 2-5 and their families are acquire to come listen to bedtime stories in their favorite pajamas during a Main branch, 100 Second Street. Call 518-274-7071 for some-more information.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9 a.m., Knitting and Crocheting. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. Arts 4 Vets meets any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Call 270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 270-5348 for some-more information.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART: “Close Look: Sartre’s Situations,” art and truth talk, 4 p.m. Free. WCMA Galleries, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williamstown MA. Call 413-597-2429 for some-more information.

WILLIAMS TUESDAY TEAS: Williams College’s annual Tuesday Teas array celebrates Williams authors and respect their erudite and artistic works. On Apr 10, Jim Shepard, J. Leland Miller Professor of American history, literature, and eloquence, will pronounce on “The Tunnel during a End of a Light. Writing About Movies and Politics.” His 20-minute arrangement will be followed by a QA session. 4 p.m., Stetson Reading Room, Sawyer Library. Free and open to a public.

Wednesday, Apr 11

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m. Kids STEAM Class for ages 4+, 3:30 p.m. Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

COHOES PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Friends of a Cohoes Public Library are celebrating National Library Week with a array of programs in April. Join a knitters from noon – 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Apr 11. Complete sum and updates of all activities are permitted during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org and on a Library’s and Friends’ Facebook pages. 169 Mohawk Street #2, Cohoes.

EMPAC; “Art!??!!!” a contention with EMPAC initial executive Johannes Goebel. 7 p.m., dilemma of 8th Street and Congress, Troy. Free and open to a public. For some-more information revisit empac.rpi.edu or call 518-276-3921.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Rensselaer County’s Cooperative Extension will be during a Everett Wagar Senior Center during 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, on Wednesday, Apr 11, during 11 a.m. for a monthly Eat Smart – Live Strong cooking demonstration. There will be giveaway recipes and samples for everybody who attends. Please stay for a healthful plate during noon (entrée; Beef Pattie w/Cheese Sauce) for a suggested concession of $3, permitted Monday by Friday to all Rensselaer County seniors 60 years and older. Reservation compulsory for lunch, greatfully call 518-279-3413.

GRAFTON MERRYMAKERS: The monthly assembly of a Grafton merrymakers will take place on Apr 11 during 5:30 p.m. during a Everett Wager Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton. The dusk will start with a lonesome plate during 5:30 p.m. followed by a assembly during 6:30 p.m. If we are meddlesome in this comparison organisation and are formulation to join a Merrymakers greatfully come to a meeting. For some-more information greatfully call Betty Jean during 518-272-8624.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Bone Builders during 10:30 a.m., Exercise Class during 1 p.m. Motor automobile permitted from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Cards. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS: Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County is looking for proffer tutors to be interconnected with adult learners via Rensselaer County and a surrounding communities. LVORC also needs reading mentors for Everybody WINS! Power Lunch, math and mechanism tutors, and events volunteers. As a proffer we can rise new skills, make friends, and see how your efforts make a disproportion in your community. Anyone who is meddlesome can attend a giveaway information eventuality on Wednesday, Apr 11, from noon to 1:00 p.m. during a LVORC office, 71 First Street, 3rd Floor, Troy. To register, call 518-244-4650. LVORC For some-more information, revisit www.lvorc.org.

LITTLE SHAKERS: Join a Shaker Heritage Society for a Shaker-themed story hour with age suitable qualification activities for pre-school age children. 10:30 a.m., Shaker Heritage Society, 25 Meeting House Road, Albany, $5 materials cost per family. Please pre-register by contacting Michelle Arthur during 518-456-7890 or emailing Shakerdirector@gmail.com. The subsequent Little Shakers eventuality takes place on May 9.

MINDFUL PRACTICES GROUP: Includes walking imagining and sitting imagining in a tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome; imagining instruction available. Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., RPI’s Newman Center Hospitality House–4 Sherry Road, Troy, about 30 yards south of a RPI Chapel Center (near a intersection of Burdett and Peoples Avenues). Call 518-271-6949 or 518-273-1851 for some-more information.

SPEIGLE ELDERS: The Speigle Elders reason their initial assembly of a month during 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Apr 11. The bulletin includes: monthly benefaction collection; designation of 2018-19 electees who will take bureau in May; impost collection by Ellen Lewis; rescheduled jubilee of guitar strain selections by Dan Vickery; and desserts served by Table #2 members.

TASTES OF THE WORLD: Help support a International Center of a Capital Region by holding partial in a 5th Annual Tastes of a World Taste Testing Event on Wednesday, Apr 11, from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. during a Hampton Inn Suites located during 25 Chapel Street, downtown Albany. There will also be a wordless auction, raffle, and guest coming from a Rafi Topalian, a Singing Jeweler. Admission: $50, $35 for Young Professionals( 35 Under).

THRIFT SHOP: Johnsonville Methodist Church’s preservation emporium during Bridge Street, Johnsonville (Route 40 to Route 67 East. Look for a “OPEN” dwindle on Route 67) is open 9 a.m. – noon on Wednesdays and a initial Saturday of any month. Check out a vast preference of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, boots and accessories (most wardrobe $3 a bag), special arise outfits, men’s suits. Lots of housewares, home decor, Easter, jewelry, CDs, books and a room full of toys.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming during Lansingburgh Boys/Girls Club, 9 a.m. Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bingo, 12:45 p.m. A deputy from a Rensselaer County Health Department will revisit to plead Lyme Diease. 19 Third Street, Troy.Call 518-270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 2518-70-5348 for some-more information.

Thursday, Apr 12

BERLIN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT:Round Table Discussions, 7:15 p.m., Berlin Elementary School.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tai Chi for Health, 10:30 a.m. This weekly tai chi category explores a tai chi for diabetes form and build skills from week to week, All ages and abilities are welcome. Wear loose, gentle clothing. Trivia Night for Adults: Game of Thrones edition, 6:30 – 8:45 p.m. Come alone or as a organisation and compare wits with others. Prizes donated by a Friends of Bethlehem Public Library. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. Knitting group, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

COHOES COLUMBIETTES: The Cohoes Columbietts will have their monthly assembly Thursday night, Apr 12, during 255 Remsem Street, Cohoes, with a mangle during 7 p.m. followed by a assembly during 8 p.m.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe, 570 3rd Avenue, North Troy, is now displaying all things Spring. New Spring wardrobe for a whole family is on display. Other departments embody jewelry, home décor, linens, boots and promenade dresses. Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Phone 518-235-3851 for some-more information.

DANCES OF UNIVERSAL PEACE: All are acquire to Dances of Universal Peace in Hudson during 7 p.m. on Apr 13. Simple, participatory round dances drawn from many devout traditions will be led by approved dance leaders of a Hudson Dance Circle and upheld by musicians. No believe needed; all ages and abilities welcome. Donation requested for space let during Sadhana Center, 403 Warren Street. For some-more information, strike Farid during 518-860-3108 or farid@taconic.net, or revisit https://www.dancesofuniversalpeace.org

FAMILY CRAFT NIGHT: Celebrate Earth Day with Family Craft Night during a Troy Public Library’s Main Branch, 100 Second Street, on Thursday, Apr 12, during 6 p.m. Children ages 4-12, with a assistance of their family member(s) will emanate art projects regulating recycled materials. All materials granted by a library. Dress for mess. Registration is required. Registrants contingency be 4 to 12 years old. Registration can be finished online during www.thetroylibrary.org or by job 518-274-7071.

GRAFTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Adult Yoga Hour, 5 p.m. 2455 NY Route 2, Grafton. Call 518-279-0580 or revisit graftoncommunitylibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, outpost travel available. Eat Smart Ideas during 11 a.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

HVCC FILM SCREENING: Michael Alago brings “Who a F**k Is That Guy: The Fabulous Life of Michael Alago” to Hudson Valley Community College. Always outspoken, enterprising and plainly gay, Alago (barely) survived a stone ‘n hurl lifestyle and left a record attention in 2004, though stays a tie on a NYC strain scene. Alago talks and answer questions following a film (2017, 85 min), that is not endorsed for immature audiences. 7 p.m., Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium.

LANSINGBURGH PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Lansingburgh Public Library’s 45-minute Family Story Time improvement module includes stories, songs, and transformation to support children’s training and find from a really beginning. For children ages 0-5 with a caregiver. Every Thursday during 10:30 a.m. during 27 114th Street, Troy.

MARC MERON: Stand-up comedian, author and actor Marc Maron will be interviewed by Assistant Professor of Religion Jeffrey Israel live during Williams College on Thursday, Apr 12, during 7 p.m. in a ’62 Center MainStage. The pronounce will be followed by a book signing. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public. Tickets, that are required, are permitted by job a box bureau during 413-597-2425, Tuesday by Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m., commencement Apr 3. To haven tickets online, revisit a box bureau during 62center.williams.edu.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE (RPI): Paul Harding perceived a 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for “Tinkers” (2009). His second novel, “Enon” (2013), a story of one man’s quick adore for his daughter, was named a best novel of a year by The Wall Street Journal and a American Library Association. Harding will seem during a Reading and McKinney Writing Contest Awards during 8 p.m. in a CBIS (Biotech) Auditorium, Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies Building, RPI, Troy. For directions, revisit http://www.rpi.edu/tour/index.html

PLATAEU FARMING PRESENTATION: Laughing Earth began as a Henry Morrison Farm in a late 1700s. Since that time, it has seen thespian change in how a land was employed and how a people lived on it. Annie and Zack Metzger will take a demeanour during how apparatus and methods have altered along with technological, governmental and selling changes. These changes have, in part, left tillage with a necessity of labor, formulating a really opposite incoming era of farmers. Part of Rensselaer Plateau Alliance’s 2nd Thursday Lecture Series. Donation $5. 7 p.m., Sand Lake Town Hall.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Teen Anime Club, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Computer Help, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered. Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

RIBBON CUTTING: The ancestral bureau building on a dilemma of Fulton and 4th Street in downtown Troy has undergone vital renovations and is attracting new businesses to a downtown area. Clermont Fourth LLC took over tenure in 2016 and enlisted NAI Platform to franchise out a bureau and sell spaces. A open ribbon-cutting rite in partnership with a Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce will take place on Apr 12 during 4:30 p.m. followed by a debate of a building from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT: In Observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Apr 8 – 14th, a East Greenbush/Lower Rensselaer County communities are invited to attend in this year’s Take Back a Night Walk commencement during 6 p.m. on Thursday evening, Apr 12, during Onderdonk Park on Hampton Manor Lake. A brief rite will be led by Martha Lasher-Warner, President of a Family and Friends of Liza Ellen Warner Association. She will deliver a evening’s special guest and supervision officials who will be fasten in a walk. All in assemblage will be invited to denote their possess support by fasten in a mile-long travel around a lake. Onderdonk Park is located opposite from Hampton Manor Lake, during a dilemma of Hampton Avenue and Lakeshore Drive, East Greenbush.

TRIVIA FUNDRAISER: Revolution Hall, 417 River Street, Troy, hosts a fundraising eventuality for a Troy Public Library on Thursday, Apr 12, from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. Come out for a fun night of Trivia and Prizes with Scott Mumford of “Catch a Mania- Upstate NY.” Tickets are permitted during a Main Library (100 Second Street) and a Lansingburgh Branch (27 114th Street). Sign adult divided or as a organisation of 4-8. Tickets are $25/person and embody your trivia and appetizers. Contact a library during 518-274-7071 or 518-235-5310 for some-more information.

TROY GROTTO: The Troy Grotto #14 will accommodate on Thursday, Apr 12, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. Dinner will be served during 6:30 p.m. preceding a meeting. Final skeleton will be done for a Sunday Breakfast to be reason on Apr 22 from 9 a.m. – noon during a Troy Masonic Community Center.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9 a.m., Arts and Crafts. 10 a.m., Osteo Aerobics. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. Dr. Ruben speaks about Complications of Diabetes. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 270-5349. For some-more information call 270-5348.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: Professor Carol Oja, Chair of a Department of Historical Musicology during Harvard University lectures on “Marian Anderson and Racial Desegregation of a American Concert Stage” during a Williams College Department of Music during 4:15 p.m. in Bernhard Music Center Room 30. Filmmaker Carrie Hawks will shade and plead dual brief documentary films, “Delilah” and “black enuf*,” during 9 p.m. in a Paresky Auditorium. Hawks is a Brooklyn-based striking artist and filmmaker whose documentary subjects embody African American, churned race, and odd identities in a U.S. A QA will follow. Both events are giveaway and open to a public. For building locations on a Williams campus, greatfully call a Office of Communications during 413-597-4277, or revisit www.williams.edu/map.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART: “Envisioning Curatorial Practice with Lumi Tan,” curator talk, 7p.m. Free. WCMA’s Lawrence Auditorium, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williamstown MA. Call 413-597-2429 for some-more information.

Friday, Apr 13

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Rubber Ducky Club: Sensory Play, 10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. for adult to age 6 with caregiver. Coffee and Conversation: Voice of a Mountains, 1 p.m. Learn about Jeanne Robert Foster, a idealist of a Adirondacks, in a one-woman uncover by Eileen Egan Mack. Coffee hour 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: A 3 week commencement Winey Knitters array continues during 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CREATIVE ACTION PLAYBACK THEATER: Creative Action Playback Theater performs improvisational museum formed on assembly members’ personal stories. This month: Stories about Difference. Suggested concession $5 – $10. 7 p.m., Creative Action Unlimited studio, 6 Greenwood Drive, East Greenbush.

DRUM CIRCLE: Wingate Residences during Melbourne Place in Pittsfield will horde a drum round on Friday, Apr 13 during 3 p.m. Join in a fun and accommodate some of a area’s many talent internal musicians during this unaccompanied event. This eventuality is giveaway and open to a public, though space is limited. For some-more information or to RSVP, call 413-499-1992. Wingate Residences during Melbourne Place is located during 140 Melbourne Road, Pittsfield MA.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Join a seniors during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, on Friday, Apr 13 during 12:30 to applaud Apr birthdays with jubilee and cupcakes donated by birthday chairperson Marcia Trask. If we have any questions or if we would like to have a noon lunch, (entrée; Baked Macaroni Cheese ) for a suggested concession of $3, greatfully strike a core during 518-279-3413.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Yoga during 10:30 a.m., Zumba during 11 a.m., Bingo during 12:30 p.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Jonathan Demme’s 2013 film “A Master Builder” was blending from Henrik Ibsen’s play for a contemporary sourroundings by Wallace Shawn, who plays a engineer Halvard Solness, an egomaniac who enjoys utilizing and bullying everybody around him, generally his mother and mistresses. 7 p.m., Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus.

OCTAGON BARN STAR PARTY: Join a Dudley Observatory for an astronomy doctrine and dim sky watching during a Octagon Barn in Delanson. The module includes a 1 hour pronounce on “Multimessenger Astrophysics – Astronomy Beyond Light” by RPI Professor Ethan Brown, followed by night sky watching if a continue is clear. Amateur astronomers and families are invited to move binoculars or telescopes. Telescopes will also be set adult for open use. 8 p.m., Knox Octagon Barn, 588 Middle Rd, Delanson. This giveaway eventuality is sponsored by a Lauterbach Pokorny family. Donations are courteously accepted.

PROTECTING NEW YORK OWLS: Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation District invites we to Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center in Ghent for an Owl Experience. Observe owls from Whispering Willow Wild Care and learn what actions we can take to assistance strengthen owl category and their habitats to emanate a brighter destiny for a Columbia County owls. 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., 1024 State Route 66, Ghent. Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation District Programs are giveaway of charge, though registration is required. Please call Pamela during 518-267-3313 to register.

RENSSELYRICS: The Rensselyrics benefaction “Go to Camp” during 7 p.m. on Friday, Apr 13, during a RPI Chapel + Cultural Center, 2125 Burdett Avenue, Troy.

SINGIN’ SPEAKEASY: Albany Pro Musica invites a open to join them Friday, Apr 13, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. during Revolution Hall in downtown Troy for their jubilee fundraising event, “Singin’ Speakeasy,” an dusk of Prohibition fun. Evening highlights embody prohibition-themed libations, strain by Colleen Pratt and Friends (with warn special guests) tasty complicated hors d’oeuvres and a wordless auction showcasing unaccompanied items. Two sheet levels are available, loll tickets and VIP. VIP sheet holders are invited to a special champagne accepting during 5:30 p.m. and will have all-night entrance to a VIP loft. VIPs also accept a tip debate of a speakeasy’s brewery and other noted experiences. Reserve Tickets by contacting Katie Apple during katie@albanypromusica.org or call a box bureau during 518-273-0038.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics 9:45 a.m. Presentation on giveaway Clear Caption phones for people with approved conference loss, 11 a.m. Bingo 12:45 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-270-5349. For some-more information call 518-270-5348.

WILLIAMS CHAMBER CHOIR: The Williams College Department of Music presents a Chamber Choir underneath a instruction of Brad Wells in “FLower Songs,” a module of a cappella strain celebrating flowers, including Benjamin Britten’s stately Flower Songs suite. on Friday, Apr 13 during 4 p.m. and Sunday, Apr 15, during 4 p.m. in a The Clark Art Institute, 225 South St, Williamstown MA. These giveaway events are open to a public. Reservations are required. For some-more information call a unison hotline during 413-597-3146.

Saturday, Apr 14

BIRDHOUSE WORKSHOP: The Bluebird is a state bird of New York. On Apr 14, a Friends of Peebles Island will unite a Bluebird House seminar between 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. during a Visitor Center on Peebles Island. Though a seminar is free, there is a $3 cost for supplies. Since haven are limited, registration is compulsory by job Susan during 518-810-9280 or Don during 518-810-1184. Additional information is permitted on a Friends’ Facebook page or during https://sites.google.com/view/friendsofpeeblesisland/home.

CHATHAM BOOKSTORE: In a uncover entitled “Back From The Brink,” internal author Nancy Castaldo shows photographs from her new book of a same name, subtitled “Saving Animals From Extinction,” published by Houghton Mifflin. The accepting during a bookstore follows Castaldo’s revisit as partial of a Friends of a Library Authors and Artists series. The opening accepting takes place Saturday, Apr 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. during a Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street, Chatham. The vaunt runs from Apr 7 – 30. Call 518-392-3005 or revisit https://chathambookstore.com/ for some-more information.

CONCERTS IN THE VILLAGE: Concerts In The Village celebrates and supports a considerable talents of Soprano Paulina Swierczek, mezzo-soprano Chloë Schaaf, effort Eric Carey, drum Luke MacMillan, and pianists Florence Mak and Bethany Pietroniro. Featured will be duets and quartets by Brahms, Fanny Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann, and Schubert, as good as four-hand piano works by Clara Schumann and Schubert. Included will be Brahms’ dear Liebeslieder, op. 52 (1868). $20 contribution. 4 p.m., Van Buren Hall, 6 Chatham Street, Kinderhook. For some-more information revisit www.concertsinthevillage.org.

CONTAIN YOUR GARDENING: Denise Maurer of Denise Maurer Interiors will be during a Troy Public Library’s Main branch, 100 Second Street, on Saturday, Apr 14, during 1 p.m. to horde “Contain Your Gardening.” During a category you’ll learn how to get maxi gardening formula in mini spaces, how to name a right container, a plants that will work best for we and all a “nitty-grittiest” to keep your garden happy and healthy. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Please make reservations by job a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe, 570 3rd Avenue, North Troy, is now displaying all things Spring. New Spring wardrobe for a whole family is on display. Other departments embody jewelry, home décor, linens, boots and promenade dresses. Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Phone 518-235-3851 for some-more information.

LANSINGBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY: On Apr 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., a Lansingburgh Historical Society will horde an Open House and Tag Sale during a Melville House, 2 114th Street, Troy. Come and revisit a House, take a stairs to a integument museum and emporium some good finds during a tab sale. A $5 concession is appreciated.

MAC-HAYDN AUDITIONS: Auditions for a Mac-Haydn Theatre’s 50th anniversary deteriorate will be reason on Apr 14 during a Mary E. Dardess School, Woodbridge Ave., Chatham. The museum is seeking a lead and additional girls for “Annie” and roles in categorical entertainment and children’s entertainment shows via a season. Children and teenagers adult to age 15 will try-out from 9 a.m. to noon; sign-up 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Adults and teenagers 16 and over will try-out from noon to 3 p.m.; pointer adult 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Prepare a song: children a brief age suitable song, adults 16 bars, move strain in your key; accompanist provided. Short dance/movement call enclosed with audition. Bring a resume with finish strike information and a new photo. For some-more information revisit www.machaydntheatre.org.

MARCH FOR SCIENCE: The Mar for Science, a inhabitant transformation advocating for evidence-based scholarship policies that offer all communities, will have a second annual eventuality in a Capital Region on Saturday, Apr 14, that is Citizen Science Day. The Albany Mar for Science is a family-friendly jubilee of scholarship and convene for science-based policy. The eventuality will underline internal scientists who ask scholarship to improving a bargain of amicable issues. In further to speeches and a 0.6 mile impetus by a New York State capital, a eventuality will underline countless family-friendly hands-on scholarship activities like Meet a Scientist, that sends kids on a scavenger hunt to accommodate and pronounce to scientists during a march. For some-more information about a eventuality and CapSci, revisit www.capsciny.org or https://www.facebook.com/CapSciNY/.

MOVABLE FEAST: ”A Movable Feast” on Apr 14 is a Historic Albany Foundation’s largest and most- approaching fundraiser of a year. The eventuality raises income and approval for Albany’s unaccompanied and pleasing ancestral architecture. The eventuality starts during 5 p.m. with a cocktail accepting and hors d’oeuvres during a Opalka Gallery, 140 New Scotland Avenue, Albany. Guests are incidentally reserved to a horde home somewhere in a city for a epicurean cooking and an eventuality to accommodate others meddlesome in Albany’s story and informative resources. After dinner, a attendees lapse to a Opalka Gallery to suffer coffee, dessert, and attend in a benefaction raffle and live auction. For some-more information revisit http://www.historic-albany.org/. For tickets, go to http://www.historic-albany.org/mf-tickets.

SAND LAKE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: Sand Lake Center for a Arts presents “The Sky Blue Boys” in Concert on Apr 14 during 8 p.m. Banjo Dan and Willy Lindner of Vermont move a simple, relocating sounds of a “brothers duets” of 1930’s and 40’s along with some newer and strange songs. This is a third Concert in a Squire Jacob Concert Series during SLCA, and a Café will be portion adult treats and beverages. Tickets $18. Adults, $10. Under 18. Prepaid reservations can be done during www.slca-ctp.org or call 518-674-2007. SLCA is located during 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY, is entirely disabled accessible, with giveaway parking.

PEEBLES ISLAND WALK FOR CHILDREN: In approval of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a Friends of Peebles Island State Park are mouth-watering families to travel Peebles Island on Apr 14 during 11 a.m. Businesses and organizations are invited to uncover their oneness by marching as a group. The Visitor Center during 1 Delaware North, Cohoes, will be open from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. with art activities, including building a take-home bluebird house, and educational handouts for children. Questions might be destined to friendsofpeebles@gmail.com. Last notation updates will be posted on www.Facebook.com/FriendsOfPeeblesIslandStatePark, or during https://sites.google.com/view/friendsofpeeblesisland/home.

SPAGHETTI SUPPER: Bethany Presbyterian Church, 21 N. Lyons Avenue, Menands will reason a spaghetti repast on Saturday, Apr 14, from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Adults $10; children 5-12 $6.50; children underneath 5 free. All deduction will advantage a REACH summer girl camp, an eventuality for girl of a church and surrounding communities to assistance those in need with home repairs/replacement.

SPRING AUCTION: St. Mary’s Academy Annual Spring Auction will be reason Saturday, Apr 14, during St. Mary’s Academy, 4 Parsons Avenue, Hoosick Falls. Doors open during 6 p.m. for a preview of Live and Silent Auction items. The Live Auction with Auctioneer Extraordinaire, Ron Seifert starts during 7 p.m. A money bar and light refreshments and dessert and coffee will be offering via a evening.

SPRING FLING DANCE: A fun-filled dusk of strain and dancing on a gentle open night. Hosted by Scott Stewart with special guest DJ JC Kelleher. Raffles and snacks available. 7 p.m. – 11 p.m., Danceland, 638 Columbia Street Extension, Latham. Admission $12. Sponsored by Singles Outreach.

TEDDY BEAR HOSPITAL DAY: Area children will have an eventuality to move their teddy bears to Albany Medical Center for a “checkup” during Teddy Bear Hospital Day, hosted by Albany Medical College students from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Apr 14, in a entrance turn of Albany Medical Center’s B-Building (Patient Pavilion), on a dilemma of New Scotland and Myrtle Avenue. Using hands-on activities, a medical students will learn a children about ubiquitous health, good nutritive habits and elementary medical procedures. Children can also see a medical depletion helicopter, an ambulance, a military automobile and glow lorry (all tentative availability). Admission is free, and parking is permitted in a Physicians Pavilion Lot. Funding for a eventuality is supposing by Students Care for Kids.

TOMHANNOCK SHORELINE CLEAN-UP: The Tomhannock fountainhead provides jubilee H2O to over 135,000 people in a region. The Annual Tomhannock Reservoir Shoreline Clean-Up Volunteer Day takes place on Saturday, Apr 14, from 9 a.m. – noon. Meet during a NYS DEC open entrance parking lot on NYS Route 7 usually before a causeway over a reservoir. Bring gloves. Garbage bags are provided. Volunteers will work regardless of a weather. Register on-line during www.renstrust.org or strike Paul Schroeder during 518-674-2480 or pschroeder1@nycap.rr.com.

WILLIAMS CHAMBER CONCERT: Conducted by Leonard Bopp ’19 a Chamber Orchestra of Williams offers a semi-staged prolongation of Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito” on Saturday, Apr 14 during 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall on a Williams College campus. Chapin Hall is located during 54 Chapin Hall Drive in Bernhard Music Center on a Williams College campus. See www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/.

WWAARC CRAFT FAIR: The Warren-Washington-Albany ARC Craft/Vendor Fair takes place Saturday, Apr 14, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. during 334 Krumkill Road, Slingerlands. Proceeds advantage a WWAARC Foundation and a scarcely 1,000 people with egghead and other developmental disabilities in a community. Open to a public; giveaway admission.

YOUR IRISH DNA: Join a Troy Public Library AT 100 Second Street on Saturday, Apr 14, during 10:30 a.m. for a arrangement on Irish genealogy. Whether we are confident or unhappy with a volume of Irish DNA your genetic exam has revealed, we substantially have lots of questions. Professional genealogist Lisa Dougherty will answer those questions and some-more in this arrangement designed to set we on a right trail toward removing a many from your DNA test. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

Sunday, Apr 15

ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST: The Cohoes Knights of Columbus will offer their all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, featuring an omelet hire and hash, on Sunday, Apr 15, during 255 Remsem Street, Cohoes from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Adults $8; children underneath 5 free.

CAPITAL DISTRICT COLUMBIETTES: On Sunday, Apr 15th, during 1 p.m. a Capital District Chapter Columbiettes will reason their Apr Meeting during Latham Colonie K of C Council, 328 Troy-Schenectady Road, Route 2, Latham. The Chapter Raffle and Covered Dish Dinner will be featured during this meeting. Attendees are asked to move a plate to share. Please advise your Auxiliary President of your skeleton to attend. Capital District Chapter President Linda Cotch will preside.

COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: Several internal Girl Scout infantry are scheming some unaccompanied dishes done with your favorite exemplary Girl Scout Cookies. Join a Cohoes-Waterford Elks to representation and opinion for your favorite dish. $1 admission, $.25 a representation from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING BOOK DISCUSSION: This month’s book is “The Power of Kindness” by Piero Ferrucci. Hosted by Albany-Saratoga Spiritual Adventures. 6 p.m., Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs. All are acquire either or not they’ve read. For some-more information, revisit www.newthoughtnewyork.org or call 518-366-9918.

DAFFODIL BRUNCH: The Friends of Oakwood’s Annual Daffodil Brunch will be reason Sunday, Apr 15, during a Earl Chapel. The Daffodil Brunch is one of dual vital fund-raisers presented by a all-volunteer non-profit Friends of Oakwood. Two seatings are permitted during 10 a.m. and noon, by reservation only. Tickets are $20 per person. Children underneath 5 are giveaway though contingency be counted for seats. Call 518-328-0090 to make reservations. To secure your reservation, allege remuneration contingency be perceived by a Oakwood bureau within 10 (10) days of a date we call.

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE: Third Sunday of any month, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m., Oct by Apr during Christ Church United Methodist, 35 State St.,Troy. Escape a frenzy of a 21st century and believe a beauty of 18th century dancing, relocating solemnly and gracefully in sync with pleasing exemplary music. If you’ve seen a Jane Austen film, you’ve had a glance of this superb dance form in many of her novels, including “Pride and Prejudice”. Dances taught and called by veteran callers. Enjoy live strain by a Heartsease band. Beginners welcome, no partners needed. Please wear clean, flat, soft-soled shoes. More info: danceflurry.org/recd.ard play thru Swiss organisation diversion will start during 11 a.m. For some-more information greatfully call Bob Valenti during 518-326-3829.

FRIENDS OF THE TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Friends of a Troy Public Library is a member supported, non-profit classification that advocates, raises supports and provides vicious support to a library. A Friends Meet and Greet takes place on Sunday, Apr 15 from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. during a Troy Public Library’s Main branch, 100 Second Street in downtown Troy.

VOLKSWALK TROY: Start during Best Western Plus, Franklin Square Inn and Suites, One Fourth Street, Troy during 1:30 p.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

WILLIAMS CHAMBER CHOIR: The Williams College Department of Music presents a Chamber Choir underneath a instruction of Brad Wells in “FLower Songs,” a module of a cappella strain celebrating flowers, including Benjamin Britten’s stately Flower Songs suite. on Friday, Apr 13 during 4 p.m. and Sunday, Apr 15, during 4 p.m. in a The Clark Art Institute, 225 South St, Williamstown MA. These giveaway events are open to a public. Reservations are required. For some-more information call a unison hotline during 413-597-3146.

Monday, Apr 16

ALBANY WORDFEST: In jubilee of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presentS a 2018 Albany Word Fest featuring a communication and oral word of upstate New York from Monday, Apr 16, by Saturday, Apr 21. The festival kicks off on Monday, Apr 16, during a Hudson River Coffee House on Quail Street in Albany with The Word Fest Night of Features, an dusk of communication and communication featuring informal poets and writers Darian Gooden (Poetyc Visionz), Harvey Havel, and Danielle Pouliot, hosted by Brian Dorn. For some-more information revisit albanypoets.com.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Cribbage during 9 a.m., Yoga during 10:30 a.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LATIN AMERICAN-CARIBBEAN FILM FESTIVAL: The initial Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival during Williams College continues with an Apr 16 screening of a 2016 film “La Soldead,” an comment of a Venezuelan predicament told by a real-life onslaught of a immature father perplexing to save his family from a dispersion of their home. Introduction and QA with executive Jorge Thielen Armand. 7 p.m., Images Cinema, 50 Spring Street, Williamstown MA. Free and open to a public.

MASONS: The Mount Zion Masonic Lodge #311 F.A.M. will accommodate on Monday, Apr 16, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Communtiy Center, 39 Brunswick Road, during that time they will consult a Fellowcraft Masonic Degree on a category of candidates. A amicable hour during 5:30 p.m. and a cooking during 6:30 p.m. will convey a meeting. Make reservations during masonsonline.

PUBLISHING YOUR POEMS: You’re a producer and wish everybody to know it …but are we uncertain how to contention to a publication? Come to a Troy Public Library Main branch, 100 Second Street, on Monday, Apr 16 during 6 p.m. to find out how. James P. Wagner and Nick Hale are a co-founders of Local Gems Press, a book association specializing in communication anthologies and collections, offer a demeanour from behind a scenes as to what catches their eye and what does not. They also can give recommendation on a several ways a producer can find out and grasp announcement for particular poems. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: “Breakfast for Lunch” pajama jubilee earnings by renouned demand. Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bowling during Uncle Sam Lanes, 12:30 p.m. Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Downtown Troy.

Tuesday, Apr 17

ALZHEIMER’S EDUCATION SERIES: The Troy Public Library is hosting an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver’s Series presented by a Alzheimer’s Association. Session 1 in a three-part array will be reason Apr 17 during 2 p.m. during a Main branch, 100 Second Street. This module is designed to yield elementary information about memory detriment issues and what they meant for all of us. The module explores a disproportion between memory detriment brought about by normal aging vs. Alzheimer’s illness and other forms of dementia. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

ARTS CENTER: Rustic Woodworking Lumberjacks, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The Arts Center, 265 River Street, Troy. Call 518-273-0552 for some-more information.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CHENEY LIBRARY: The Children’s Room of a Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will horde a Story Hour any Tuesday during 10 a.m. Each week there will be time to listen to a story, sing songs, have a snack, do an activity and more. Then stay and play!

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 10 a.m. Card jubilee during 10:30 a.m. Van travel permitted for internal errands. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LANSINGBURGH LIBRARY BOOK CLUB: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingbrurgh Branch Evening Book Group will plead Gail Honeyman’s “Eleanor Oliphant is totally fine” on Tuesday, Apr 17 during 6:15 p.m. The contention is giveaway and open to a public. New members are always welcome. Monthly coming is not necessary, come for a books that seductiveness you. For some-more information call a library during 518-235-5310 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch is located during 27 114th Street, Troy.

NIGHT SKY ADVENTURE: Everybody creates mistakes, including a smartest astronomers and engineers during NASA. Sometimes these mistakes are catastrophic, though other times they lead to vast astonishing discoveries. Join a Dudley Observatory and learn about some of a unsuccessful missions opposite all space agencies, and what we schooled from them. 7 p.m., miSci – Museum of Innovation and Science, 15 Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. Cost: Admission to miSci ($10.50 adult, $7.50 child age 3-12, $9 comparison 65+), giveaway for miSci members. For some-more information email info@dudleyobservatory.org or call 518-382-7890.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Craft pronounce with acclaimed novelists Sara Nović and Peter Golden, 4:15 p.m., Standish Room, Science Library, UAlbany Uptown Campus. The authors will reason a presentation/QA during 7:30 p.m. during a Huxley Theatre, NYS Museum, Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany.

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan-Jones post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, following by Bingo and cards. The gymnasium is disabled permitted with sufficient parking. The Poestenkill Seniors have catered lunches, pizza, clamsteams, fish fries and luncheons during several restaurants, informational talks on comparison haven and train trips to casinos, theaters and other points of interest. Dues are $15 a year.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Pre-school Storytime, 11 a.m. Computer Help, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

SHAKER CONTRA DANCE: Since dance was an constituent partial of Shaker worship, a Shaker Heritage Society has teamed adult with Dance Flurry to offer a array of dance associated programs this spring. Contra Dance is a fun, participatory believe that is open to beginners and gifted dancers alike. The “Shake, Rattle Roll” Contra Dance takes place from 6:45 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. during a Shaker Heritage Society, 25 Meeting House Road, Albany. The cost is $6 students; $10 SHS and DFO Members/seniors; $12 non-members. Buy tickets for dual dances for a bonus cost of $5/$9/$10 for any dance. Tickets will be sole during a door.

STEPHENTOWN MEMORIAL LIBRARY: Crosby a Reading Dog will be during SML on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for some reading fun. Whether we are a good reader or even ‘just training my A,B, C’s,’ Crosby will adore to listen. Reading slots will be for 15 mins each. Please call 518-733-5750 to make an appointment. Parents greatfully devise on staying with your child. Stephentown Memorial Library is located during 472 NY-43, Stephentown.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tween Art Night:String-a-Poem. Celebrate National Poetry Month by creation your possess wearable communication bracelet with word beads and string. Registration required; greatfully call 518-274-7071 or revisit http://engagedpatrons.org/EventsExtended.cfm?SiteID=4294EventID=335522PK=. 6 p.m., Main branch, 100 Second Street, Troy.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: AARP Drivers Safety Course, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Call 518-270-5348 to haven a mark in a class. 9 a.m., Knitting and Crocheting. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. Arts 4 Vets meets any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Call 270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 270-5348 for some-more information.

WILLIAMS TUESDAY TEAS: Williams College’s annual Tuesday Teas array celebrates Williams authors and respect their erudite and artistic works. On Apr 17 Christopher Bolton, highbrow of analogous and Japanese literature, will pronounce on “Giant Robots, Vampire Schoolgirls, and Other Serious Subjects: Writing About Japanese Anime.” His 20-minute arrangement will be followed by a QA session. 4 p.m., Stetson Reading Room, Sawyer Library. Free and open to a public.

Wednesday, Apr 18

ALBANY WORDFEST: In jubilee of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents a 2018 Albany Word Fest featuring a communication and oral word of upstate New York from Monday, Apr 16, by Saturday, Apr 21. On Wednesday. Apr 18, acquire a internal producer to Albany Poets Presents during Restaurant Navona on New Scotland Avenue, Albany, to share their work and afterwards take questions from a assembly about life, inspirations, writing, and more. For some-more information revisit albanypoets.com.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY:Origami Cranes, 1:15 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Fold a elementary exemplary derrick — a ideal open devise for a beginner. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m. Kids STEAM Class for ages 4+, 3:30 p.m. Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: The Cohoes-Waterford Elks’ monthly cooking facilities Cornish Hen Dinner with Rice Vegetable. Price $8 from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m., 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.Call 518-235-3222 for Take-Out Orders.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Craft category will start behind adult on Wednesday Apr 18 during 11 a.m. during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, sponsored by BlueShield of Northeastern New York. Join qualification instructor Barbara Holms for a fun-filled hour; all element will be supplied. Please stay for a healthful lunch during noon (Entrée; Open Faced Tuna Melt ) for a suggested concession of $3. All Rensselaer County seniors welcome, reservations are compulsory for lunch and appreciated for crafts. Call 518-279-3413 to make reservations.

FRANCO-AMERICAN FEDERATION: La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY will give a arrangement on “The Expulsion of a Acadians” on Apr 18. Bernard Ouimet, President of La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY and a internal of Quebec, will pronounce on a reasons for a expulsion, a years of emigration and allotment in Louisiana. 7 p.m., Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, Clifton Park. The arrangement is giveaway and open to a public. Registration online, in person, or by job a library 518-371-8622.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 10 a.m. Bone Builders during 10:30 a.m., Exercise Class during 1 p.m. Motor automobile permitted from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Cards. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

MINDFUL PRACTICES GROUP: Includes walking imagining and sitting imagining in a tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome; imagining instruction available. Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., RPI’s Newman Center Hospitality House–4 Sherry Road, Troy, about 30 yards south of a RPI Chapel Center (near a intersection of Burdett and Peoples Avenues). Call 518-271-6949 or 518-273-1851 for some-more information.

MYSTERY BOOK CLUB: Since her initial novel, “The Ritual Bath,” in 1986, Faye Kellerman has preoccupied readers with her contemporary poser novels, generally those featuring a organisation of Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus. In 2012’s “Gun Games,” she once again strike a self-evident spike on a head. The story revolving around apparent suicides in an disdainful high propagandize is unfortunate and genuine currently as when it was initial published. Join a Club to plead a story on Apr 18 during 10:30 a.m. during a Cohoes Public Library. Copies are permitted during a Library. For additional information, check out a book bar during www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org.

NATIONAL COLUMNISTS’ DAY: Did we know Apr 18 outlines National Columnists Day? To celebrate, a Troy Public Library’s Main Branch, 100 Second Street, will horde 3 internal columnists Wednesday, Apr 18, during 6 p.m. Chris Churchill, Amy Halloran, and Don Rittner, will pronounce and take questions in a panel-style contention about their careers and issues in journalism. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

SENIOR PEDICURES: Rachael Hayes, protected cosmetologist will offer reduced labelled pedicures or toe spike essay right during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, on Wednesday. Apr 18. Make your appointment early — they go fast. Please call a core for compulsory appointments during 518-279-3413. Rensselaer County seniors 60 years of age and comparison are welcome.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming during Lansingburgh Boys/Girls Club, 9 a.m. Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bingo, 12:45 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.Call 518-270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 518-270-5348 for some-more information.

VOLKSWALK SCOTIA: Start during Glen Sanders Mansion, 1 Glen Avenue, 10 a.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

Thursday, Apr 19

ALBANY WORDFEST: In jubilee of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents a 2018 Albany Word Fest featuring a communication and oral word of upstate New York from Monday, Apr 16, by Saturday, Apr 21. W.D. Clarke will be a featured reader on Thursday, Apr 19, during a Third Thursday Poetry Night during a Social Justice Center on Central Avenue in Albany. There will be an eventuality before and after a underline for poets to step adult to a mic and share their work. For some-more information revisit albanypoets.com.

AMERICAN ITALIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION: The American Italian Heritage Association and Museum’s 7 p.m. business assembly will be followed by author Lisa Petrocelli’s presentation,“The Gloves Come Off.” Petrocelli’s bikerographies come true from a heart and that heart beats to a howling stroke of a Harley-Davidson. A dessert accepting follows. Free and open to a public. 1227 Central Avenue, Albany. Call 518-435-1979 for some-more information, or revisit www.americanitalianmuseum.org.

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tai Chi for Health, 10:30 a.m. This weekly tai chi category explores a tai chi for diabetes form and builds skills from week to week. All ages and abilities are welcome. Wear loose, gentle clothing. Listening Parties: Apr Showers, 7 p.m. Talk about because there are so many songs about rain. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. Knitting group, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe, 570 3rd Avenue, North Troy, is now displaying all things Spring. New Spring wardrobe for a whole family is on display. Other departments embody jewelry, home décor, linens, boots and promenade dresses. Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Phone 518-235-3851 for some-more information.

EARTH MONTH FILM SERIES: The Williams College Zilkha Center’s Earth Month film array continues with a screening of “Arise,” that presents a stories of 13 women in 5 countries who have instituted solution-oriented environmental projects in their communities, towns and villages. A contention with Laura Martin, partner highbrow of environmental studies and expertise associate in history, will follow will follow a 7:30 p.m. screening during a Paretsky Auditorium. Free and open to a public.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Would we like to assistance crochet or weave path throws for Veterans and seniors, or Knitted Knockers for women who have had mastectomies in your community? The Stitching Chicks Knit and Crochet Group will accommodate on Apr 19 during 12:30 p.m. during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton. They have a vast supply of chronicle to assistance with these projects, and some ladies who would be peaceful to learn some elementary stitches to get we started. Come early and suffer lunch during noon for a suggested concession of $3. for seniors 60 years of age an older. All Rensselaer County seniors welcome. Reservations compulsory for lunch; call 518-279-3413.

FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS: Geoffrey R. Stone, a Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor during a University of Chicago, will pronounce on “Free Speech on Campus: A Challenge of Our Time,” during Williams College on Thursday, Apr 19, during 7 p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3. Stone was a chair of Chicago’s Committee on Freedom of Expression, whose 2015 report, now famous as “The Chicago Statement,” articulates a elemental purpose of giveaway and open exploration in a complicated university. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public.

MASONS: The Apollo-King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #13, F.A.M., will accommodate on Thursday, Apr 19, during 7:30 p.m. during a Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. Refreshments will be served following a meetings.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Teen Anime Club, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Computer Help, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered. Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

SALMAN RUSHDIE: Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie creates his initial revisit to a New York State Writers’ Institute given cancelling his scheduled 1988 coming due to a controversies surrounding his novel, “The Satanic Verses.” Rushdie gives a Craft Talk during 4:15 p.m. during Lecture Center 25, UAlbany Uptown Campus, and a Presentation/QA during 7:30 p.m. during Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus.

SOUP SLIDERS FUNDRAISER: Join a Cohoes-Waterford Elks for a fundraiser to advantage a Center for Disability Services Family Group. Dine in or take out, French Onion Soup and Homemade Sliders. $8 per chairman from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9 a.m., Arts and Crafts. 10 a.m., Osteo Aerobics. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-270-5349. For some-more information call 518-270-5348.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: Leo Goldmakher, partner highbrow of mathematics, will benefaction dual Sigma Xi lectures during Williams College. In “A Brief History of Primes” on Thursday, Apr 19, Goldmakher will consult some of a biggest breakthroughs of a final 2,000 years, including a few new fanciful advances and some connectors to cryptography. His concentration will be on a beauty of a ideas rather than on a technical details. All are welcome, regardless of before mathematical training. The 4:15 p.m. harangue in Wege Auditorium, Thompson Chemistry building, will be followed by a accepting in a Science Atrium. Free and open to a public.

Friday, Apr 20

ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ART EXHIBIT: In “Upon a Ground, Below a Water,” artists Richard Barlow, Daesha Devón Harris, Matt Frieburghaus, Tanya Marcuse, Kingsley Parker and Claire Sherwood observe facilities of landscape noted by tellurian endeavor. The vaunt runs from Mar 24 – Sep 3 during a Albany International Airport Gallery, open daily from 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. A open accepting will be reason Friday, Apr 20, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

ALBANY SHINDIG: The “Albany Shindig!” on Apr 20 is a fun and permitted good out-of-date “Maple Sugaring” Party. A mini-concert with live strain by Set Américain is followed by easy folk dances to live fiddle strain with tourist Paul Rosenberg. Snacks supposing by Honest Weight Food Coop. No believe or partner needed. 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., First Congregational Church, 405 Quail Sreet, Albany. $8 Suggested Donation, $5 for students and Dance Flurry members, $2 for children underneath 12.

ALBANY WORDFEST: In jubilee of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents a 2018 Albany Word Fest featuring a communication and oral word of upstate New York from Monday, Apr 16, by Saturday, Apr 21. To tighten out Word Fest, Albany Poets and a English Department during UAlbany benefaction “Readings Against a End of a World,” a 24-hour read-a-thon to advantage a South End Children’s Cafe, starting Friday, Apr 20 during a Husted Hall Café on a UAlbany Downtown campus, and stability until Saturday, Apr 21.. Online pointer adult for a open mic portions of “Readings Against a End of a World” will be permitted on a Word Fest website For some-more information revisit albanypoets.com.

BERKSHIRE SYMPHONY: The Williams College Department of Music presents a Berkshire Symphony in unison on Friday, Apr 20 during 8 p.m. in ancestral Chapin Hall on a Williams College campus. The Student Soloists Gala facilities performances by winners of a 2018 Berkshire Symphony Soloist Competition. The module also includes Symphony No. 5 by Dmitri Shostakovich, conducted by Ronald Feldman, and Danse Bohême No. 11, from Carmen Suite No. 2, by Georges Bizet, conducted by Abigail Soloway ‘18. There is a pre-concert pronounce with conductor Ronald Feldman and tyro soloists during 7:15 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, adjacent to a categorical venue. Both of these events are giveaway and open to a public.

CLIMATE CHANGE ROUNDTABLE: WAMC Northeast Public Radio and The New York State Writers Institute benefaction a really special Roundtable Panel Live: A Climate Science Discussion, hosted by Joe Donahue and Alan Chartock and featuring Judith Enck, Jeff Goodell, Elizabeth Kolbert and Terry Tempest Williams. Doors open during 8:30 a.m. Friday, Apr 20. The Roundtable Panel will be promote live from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., followed by a book signing. Street parking will be permitted on Washington Avenue, Western Avenue, South Lake Street and in Washington Park. For some-more information on this special eventuality and to haven your seat, revisit rtlive.eventbrite.com.

EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Join a Grafton seniors during a Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, for a Special Bingo on Friday Apr 20, during 12:30 p.m., sponsored by CDPHP. If we have any questions, or would like to have lunch during noon for a suggested concession of $3, greatfully strike a core during 518-279-3413.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Yoga during 10:30 a.m., Zumba during 11 a.m., Bingo during 12:30 p.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites we to believe a wonders of a star during a Milham Planetarium, located inside a Old Hopkins Observatory during Williams College. Astronomy students will horde giveaway shows for a open on Friday evenings during 8 p.m. commencement Feb 2 and regulating by May 11, with a disproportion of Spring Break on Mar 16, 23, and 30. Audiences will be treated to shows from a high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector. Shows will final about 50 minutes. For reservations (required) strike Michele Rech during 413-597-2188 or email during mcr4@williams.edu. Others will be certified as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Emmy endowment winning author Marc Guggenheim, a UAlbany alum, is a “showrunner” of talented TV shows desirous by DC comic book worlds, including “Arrow” (2012-present) and DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow” (2016-present), dual of a many renouned shows on The CW network. 7 p.m., Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus.

POETRY IN OTHER WORDS: Seventh annual jubilee of communication in many languages. Recite, read, listen to poems from around a world. Refreshments will be served. Free. 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., Chatham Bookstore, 27 Main Street, Chatham. For some-more information, call 518-392-3005 or revisit https://chathambookstore.com/.

PROGRESSION ENSEMBLE: Internationally-acclaimed video artist and RPI highbrow Shawn Lawson will live-code genuine time mechanism graphics with live strain by The Progression Ensemble, that consists of Rocco Anthony Jerry, on Accordion, Michael Gilbert Ronstadt on Cello, and Eric Despard on Guitar. The organisation will perform world-premiere works created specifically for them by composers Gene Pritsker, Dan Cooper, Christopher Cook, Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred, Michael Dilthey, and Eric Despard. Skjelbred will be drifting in from Oslo to horde a concert, followed by a QA eventuality hosted by David Rothenberg. $9 ubiquitous admission; $7 members and students. 7 p.m., Time Space Limited, 434 Columbia Street, Hudson. Visit https://timeandspace.org/ for some-more information.

SPAGHETTI MEATBALLS: The Cohoes Knights of Columbus will be carrying an all-you-can-eat Spaghetti and Meatballs cooking on Friday, Apr 20, during 255 Remsen Street, Cohoes, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Adults $10, Chilren underneath 12 $5, 4 and underneath free.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics 9:45 a.m. Bingo 12:45 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-270-5349. For some-more information call 518-270-5348.

WILLIAMS COLLEGE: Leo Goldmakher, partner highbrow of mathematics, will benefaction dual Sigma Xi lectures during Williams College. In “Structured Randomness in a Primes” on Friday, Apr 20, Goldmakher will inspect primes as deterministic objects whose function can be remarkably well-predicted regulating pointless models. His pronounce should be permitted to anyone with a grasp of quantitative math. The 4:15 p.m. harangue in Wege Auditorium, Thompson Chemistry building, will be followed by a accepting in a Science Atrium. Free and open to a public.

Saturday, Apr 21

AMPHIBIAN WALK: Check out vernal pools for opposite forms of amphibian eggs, demeanour for mating timber frogs and other early amphibian tact sites. Turn over some logs and stones to find those shy salamanders. Wear rubber boots or sneakers we don’t mind removing really wet. Children welcome. 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.,Poestenkill Community Forest, 220 Legenbauer Road, Averill Park. $5 donation. For some-more information or to register strike Jeff Briggs during 518-281-1926 or jbriggs200 during nycap.rr.com.

BEER TASTING: A advantage for High Mighty Therapeutic Riding Driving Center, that provides equine-assisted activities to people with special needs. 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., The Barn At Liberty Center 60 Ostrander Road. Ghent. $35 At The Door, or Register during High-N-Mighty.org.

CAPITAL REGION JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY: The Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society (CRJGS) will benefaction an “Introduction to Using DNA in Genealogy” on Sunday, Apr 22, from 10 a.m. to noon during Congregation Gates of Heaven, 852 Ashmore Avenue, Schenectady. Susan Kugler’s arrangement will explain a advantages of regulating DNA to assistance build your family tree. Using examples from renouned websites, we will see collection permitted to brand matches, and learn how to 0 in on your many earnest matches. The assembly is approaching to be dual hours long, with time for contention and ubiquitous questions. The assembly is open to tide and impending members. Please RSVP to crjgs1@gmail.com, or to ask a membership form.

FRENCH FILM SCREENING: La Fédération Franco-Américaine du New York presents “Monsieur Lazhar” on Saturday, Apr 21, during 1 p.m., Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street, Troy. Directed by Philippe Falardeau, this drama/comedy is a leader of 30 film awards worldwide and an Oscar hopeful in 2012 for Best Foreign Language film. In French with English sub-titles, regulating time 1 hour and 34 minutes. As a courtesy, greatfully call a Troy Public Library during 518-274-7071 to haven a chair for this giveaway screening. Follow La Fédération Franco-Américaine du New York on during www.albanyareafrenchclub.com and Facebook.

FRIENDS OF WATERFORD LIBRARY: The Friends of a Waterford Public Library will accommodate to plead and devise 2018-2019 events and fundraising activities on Saturday, Apr 21, during 10:30 a.m. in a Community Room during Van Schoonhoven Square, Waterford, continue permitting. Members of a village meddlesome in participating and fasten a Friends are invited to attend.

LANSINGBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY: On Apr 21 a Lansingburgh Historical Society will reason their annual Spring Clean-up during a Old Lansingburgh Cemetery located on 3rd Avenue and 107th St., Troy, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come and suffer a Spring air, peruse a Cemetery. that has graves dating behind to a Revolutionary War and early settlers of Lansingburgh, get some practice and assistance modernise this smashing aged cemetery.

LOCAL AUTHOR DAY: Local authors will intersect on a Barnes Noble in Colonie Center for Local Author Day on Saturday, Apr 21, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. It will be a time to applaud internal successes, a possibility for readers to bond with authors, and an eventuality for determined writers to pronounce with those who have done their dreams a reality. Authors will have copies of their books for sale and will be permitted for signings and discussions. For some-more information call 518-438-1728 or revisit http://tiny.cc/LocalAuthorDay.

PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY: International Speaker Mary Alice Rose will benefaction a pronounce titled, “Practicing Christian recovering today” on Saturday, Apr 21, during 2 p.m. during a Christian Science church, First Church of Christ, Scientist, 555 Delaware Avenue, Delmar.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Scientist George Steele will reason a hands-on category about skeleton during 1 p.m. for ages 8-16. Sign-up requested.Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

ROAST PORK DINNER: A fry pier cooking will be hosted by Pine Grove United Methodist Church, 1580 Central Ave., Colonie, on Saturday, Apr 21, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. $11 adults; $5 children ages 5 to 12 years; underneath 5, free. For reservations, call 518-248-9934 by Tuesday, Apr 17.

RPI LUPUS WALK: On Apr 21, travel with your associate village members to lift approval for a Lupus Research Alliance. There will be raffles, vendors, grass games, music, and many more. The travel starts on a 86’ margin on RPI’s campus and deduction into Troy, encircling nearby Russell Sage before streamer behind to campus. Check in is during 2:15 p.m.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY CONCERT: The Troy Public Library presents a giveaway unison hosted by Norwegian Composer Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred.

Internationally-acclaimed Video Artist Shawn Lawson will live-code genuine time mechanism graphics as The Progression Ensemble (RoccoAnthony Jerry, Accordion – Michael Gilbert Ronstadt, Cello – Eric Despard, Guitar) performs works by composers Gene Pritsker, Christopher Cook, Dan Cooper, Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred, Michael Dilthey and Eric Despard. This giveaway unison is saved by The Norwegian Society of Composers, Music Norway and Southern Vermont College. 11 a.m., 100 Second Street, Troy. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

VOLKSWALK SCHENECTADY: Start during a Landings Hotel, 21 Rush Street, during 9:30 a.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

Sunday, Apr 22

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: Ushers’ Anniversary with guest orator Rev. George Whitfield. 4 p.m., 2165 5th Avenue, Troy.

COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: Monthly breakfast, 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. $8 Adults, $4 Children, Under 4 free. Movie Night with Concessions and Free Popcorn; doors open 5:30 p.m. $3 Admission. 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.

Monday, Apr 23

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Cribbage during 9 a.m., Yoga during 10:30 a.m. Shopping Day; outpost leaves during 9:30 a.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LATIN AMERICAN-CARIBBEAN FILM FESTIVAL: The initial Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival during Williams College concludes with a 2017 film “Carpinteros” (Woodpeckers, dir. José María Cabral) from a Dominican Republic. Julián finds adore and a reason for vital in a final place imaginable: a Dominican Republic’s Najayo Prison. 7 p.m., Images Cinema, 50 Spring Street, Williamstown MA. Free and open to a public.

SOUTHERN SARATOGA ART SOCIETY: The monthly assembly of SSAS will be reason on Monday, Apr 23, 6:30 p.m. during a Clifton Park Senior Community Center, 6 Clifton Common Drive, Clifton Park. Local artist Lynda Spielman will do a watercolor demonstration. Lynda’s portrayal of a Delmar Reformed Church is on a tide cover of a Easy Book Telephone Directory. The open is invited.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bowling during Uncle Sam Lanes, 12:30 p.m. Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Downtown Troy.

Tuesday, Apr 24

ALZHEIMER’S EDUCATION SERIES: The Troy Public Library is hosting an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver’s Series presented by a Alzheimer’s Association. Session 2 in a three-part array will be reason Apr 24 during 2 p.m. during a Main branch, 100 Second Street. Behavior is one of a primary ways for people with insanity to promulgate their needs and feelings as a ability to use denunciation is lost. However, some behaviors can benefaction genuine hurdles for caregivers to manage. Learn to decode behavioral messages, brand common function triggers, and learn strategies to assistance meddle with some of a many common behavioral hurdles of Alzheimer’s disease. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

CELEBRATE STEPHENTOWN PLANNING MEETING: Celebrate Stephentown 2018 is function Aug 17-19. Planning continues on Tuesday, Apr 24, during 7 p.m. during a Stephentown Memorial Library. Everyone meddlesome is acquire to attend. More information, as good as photos and videos documenting events from final year’s initial festival, can be found online during celebratestephentown.com.

CHENEY LIBRARY: The Children’s Room of a Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will horde a Story Hour any Tuesday during 10 a.m. Each week there will be time to listen to a story, sing songs, have a snack, do an activity and more. Then stay and play!

COKIE ROBERTS: Cokie Roberts, one of America’s heading promote journalists, is a long-time reporter, news analyst, and commentator for National Public Radio; a commentator and researcher for ABC News; and a unchanging roundtable researcher for “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” Roberts gives a Craft Talk on essay about women’s story during 4:15 p.m. in a Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, UAlbany Uptown Campus.

EARTH MONTH FILM SERIES: The Williams College Zilkha Center’s Earth Month film array concludes with a screening of “At The Fork.” This timely and refreshingly unprejudiced demeanour during how plantation animals are lifted for a expenditure follows filmmaker and omnivore John Papola, together with his vegetarian mother Lisa, as they examine a a approach a rural complement produces animal products for tellurian consumption. A contention with Les Beldo, Mellon postdoctoral associate in environmental studies, will follow will follow a 7:30 p.m. screening during a Paretsky Auditorium. Free and open to a public.

LANSINGBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY: On Apr 24, during 7 p.m. a Lansingburgh Historical Society, during a Melville House, 2 114th Street, hosts a pronounce by Jennifer Lemak and Ashley Hopkins Benton, a curators from a New York State Museum who designed a women’s voting vaunt and co-authored a messenger book. They will be vocalization on New York State’s women’s voting centennial. A $5 concession is severely appreciated.

POESTENKILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Shelby Katice, Curator of Broncks Museum, will plead a change of a Dutch on a American kitchen in “Dutch Foodways” during 7 p.m. in a downstairs assembly room during Town Hall on Route 351. Aside from providing elementary sustenance, dining was also one of a many vicious ways that colonial settlers exchanged information. Historical studies of foodways assistance scientists, anthropologists, and scholars advantage discernment into past cultures. Free and open to a public. Refreshments will be provided.

POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings any Tuesday during 1 p.m. during a Sullivan-Jones post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after a meeting, following by Bingo and cards. The gymnasium is disabled permitted with sufficient parking. The Poestenkill Seniors have catered lunches, pizza, clamsteams, fish fries and luncheons during several restaurants, informational talks on comparison haven and train trips to casinos, theaters and other points of interest. Dues are $15 a year.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Pre-school Storytime, 11 a.m. Computer Help, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

SPRING JAZZ: Capital District Jazz Ltd., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, introduces a new unison series, Spring Jazz during a Art Center, with Cliff Brucker bringing his overhanging Full Circle Sextet, featuring a exquisite saxophonist Leo Russo, to a Arts Center of a Capital Region in Troy on Apr 24. The unison serves as a showcase for one of a area’s low-pitched treasures, Leo Russo, now in his eighties. 7:30 p.m.,265 River Street, Troy. Tickets: $15 in allege ($20/door) during https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3353831.

STEPHENTOWN MEMORIAL LIBRARY: Crosby a Reading Dog will be during SML on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for some reading fun. Whether we are a good reader or even ‘just training my A,B, C’s,’ Crosby will adore to listen. Reading slots will be for 15 mins each. Please call 518-733-5750 to make an appointment. Parents greatfully devise on staying with your child. Stephentown Memorial Library is located during 472 NY-43, Stephentown.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9 a.m., Knitting and Crocheting. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. Arts 4 Vets meets any Tuesday during 10:30 a.m. Call 270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 270-5348 for some-more information.

‘WHAT’S IN THERE?’ WORKSHOP: We can strengthen a health and a sourroundings by requiring full clarity about, and protected alternatives to, poisonous chemicals in products. Your’re invited to a giveaway seminar and advocacy day (lunch included) to hear from inhabitant experts about a impact of chemicals on a health; find out what’s function in a marketplace and by supervision action; get tips on how to disciple for some-more information and safer solutions; and put your believe into transformation in a afternoon vocalization with policymakers. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Westminster Presbyterian Church, 262 State St. Albany. Sign adult during https://www.cleanhealthyny.org/registration-april24th.

WILLIAMS TUESDAY TEAS: Williams College’s annual Tuesday Teas array celebrates Williams authors and respect their erudite and artistic works. In her pronounce “Periodical cicadas: stories about Santa Fe, synchrony, and an glorious protein source,” partner highbrow of arithmetic Julie Blackwood will plead a story behind her stirring essay on spatial synchrony of cicadas. Blackwood’s 20-minute arrangement will be followed by a QA session. 4 p.m., Stetson Reading Room, Sawyer Library. Free and open to a public.

WOMEN POWER IN AMERICA: Influential women in a fields of broadcasting, journalism, and politics will plead a hurdles and opportunities confronting women in America today. “Women and Power in America” will be moderated by Cokie Roberts, one of America’s heading promote journalists. Panelists embody Danielle Belton is editor-in-chief of The Root, a Internet’s most-visited African-American news and enlightenment site; Jill Stein,the Green Party’s hopeful for President of a United States in a 2016 and 2012 elections; and Mayor Kathy Sheehan of Albany. 7:30 p.m., Hearst Media Center, 645 Albany Shaker Road, Albany.

Wednesday, Apr 25

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m. Kids STEAM Class for ages 4+, 3:30 p.m. Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 10 a.m. Bone Builders during 10:30 a.m., Exercise Class during 1 p.m. Cards. Motor automobile permitted from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. AARP Defensive Driving Class 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sign adult in advance. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

MINDFUL PRACTICES GROUP: Includes walking imagining and sitting imagining in a tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome; imagining instruction available. Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., RPI’s Newman Center Hospitality House–4 Sherry Road, Troy, about 30 yards south of a RPI Chapel Center (near a intersection of Burdett and Peoples Avenues). Call 518-271-6949 or 518-273-1851 for some-more information.

NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY: Jim Neal, University Librarian Emeritus during Columbia University, served as a Dean of University Libraries during Indiana University and Johns Hopkins University, and reason executive positions in a libraries during Penn State, Notre Dame, and a City University of New York. Neal gives a pronounce on “The Future of a Library” as partial of a Bicentennial Speakers Forum during a New York State Library. 6:30 p.m., Clark Auditorium, Concourse Level, Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany. Registration is recommended: e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 518-474-2274.

ROAST BEEF DINNER: The Valley Falls United Methodist Church during 16 State Street will horde a fry beef cooking on Wednesday, Apr 25, with sittings during 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and take-outs permitted after 5 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for ages 6-12, and giveaway for age 5 and under. Reservations are endorsed though walk-ins are acquire as space allows. The church is disabled accessible. Call Sharon or Bob during 518-541-3039 for reservations and information.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming during Lansingburgh Boys/Girls Club, 9 a.m. Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bingo, 12:45 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy.Call 518-270-5349 to make a noon lunch reservation, or 518-270-5348 for some-more information.

VOLKSWALK LAKE GEORGE: Start during Fort William Henry Resort Hotel and Conference Center, 48 Canada Street, Lake George Village, during 10 a.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

Thursday, Apr 26

AARP SAFE DRIVING: Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, will horde an AARP Safe Driving Course, Thursday, Apr 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a mangle during noon for lunch (suggested concession $3). Save adult to 10% on your automobile insurance. The cost will be $20 for seniors (payment reserves), and AARP members, $25 for non-members. Please call 518-279-3413, or stop during a core to make reservations.

BOOKS BREWS: April’s book of a month is “Presumed Innocent: by Scott Turow. Bring a bottle of your favorite drink to share for a tasting; try a new decoction and accommodate new friends while deliberating a book. This eventuality is for ages 21 and up. 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., Hope 7 Community Center, 596 Pawling Avenue, Troy.

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. Knitting group, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

GRAFTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Adult Yoga Hour, 5 p.m. 2455 NY Route 2, Grafton. Call 518-279-0580 or revisit graftoncommunitylibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: French Toast Breakfast, 9:30 a.m. Cards. Bingo during 12:45 p.m., Van travel available. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

LANSINGBURGH PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Lansingburgh Public Library’s 45-minute Family Story Time improvement module includes stories, songs, and transformation to support children’s training and find from a really beginning. For children ages 0-5 with a caregiver. Every Thursday during 10:30 a.m. during 27 114th Street, Troy.

PATTI LUPONE: Patti LuPone is one of low-pitched theatre’s many dear heading ladies. Her bestselling autobiography, “Patti LuPone: A Memoir” (2010), common a insinuate story of her life both onstage and off — by a dizzying highs and darkest lows — with a amusement and outspokenness that have turn her trademarks. LuPone appears in review during past of a Creative Life array during 7 p.m. in Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus.

RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Teen Anime Club, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Computer Help, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Drop in and get assistance with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered. Rensselaer Public Library is located opposite a travel from a Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or revisit a library’s Facebook page.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9 a.m., Arts and Crafts. 10 a.m., Osteo Aerobics. 10:30 a.m., Health Wellness activities. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-270-5349. For some-more information call 518-270-5348.

Friday, Apr 27

COLLAR CITY CRAFT FEST: Noon – 5 p.m., The Arts Center, 265 River Street, Troy.

FRED’S ITALIAN CAFE: Lasagna, garlic bread and all a excellent Kacergiano Italian fixings! Celebrating a 50th Anniversary of a RPI Chapel + Cultural Center. 6 p.m., 2125 Burdett Avenue, Troy.

GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT: Girls ages 5-12 are invited for a fun filled night of snacks, activities, tattoos and some-more on Friday, Apr 27. Parents are speedy to stay and have fun, too. 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., Hope 7 Community Center, 596 Pawling Avenue, Troy. Please RSVP during hope7kristen@gmail.com or 518-272-8029 by Apr 20.

HEART THUMPING NIGHT OUT: A advantage for a SPHP Heart Team and a 2018 Capital Region Heart Walk, featuring Joel Fish and The Still Protocol, with raffles and a 50/50 drawing. 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., Across a Street Pub Restaurant, 1238 Western Avenue, Albany. $20 concession during a door.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Yoga during 10:30 a.m., Zumba during 11 a.m., Bingo during 12:30 p.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites we to believe a wonders of a star during a Milham Planetarium, located inside a Old Hopkins Observatory during Williams College. Astronomy students will horde giveaway shows for a open on Friday evenings during 8 p.m. commencement Feb 2 and regulating by May 11, with a disproportion of Spring Break on Mar 16, 23, and 30. Audiences will be treated to shows from a high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector. Shows will final about 50 minutes. For reservations (required) strike Michele Rech during 413-597-2188 or email during mcr4@williams.edu. Others will be certified as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Nina G, a “Stuttering Comedian,” is also a veteran speaker, storyteller, writer, and educator. She brings her amusement to assistance people confront and know incapacity culture, access, and empowerment. She gives a comedy opening during 7 p.m., in a Campus Center Ballroom, UAlbany Uptown Campus, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany.

SPAGHETTI FUNDRAISER: County authority Bob Beston is a horde of a fifth annual fundraiser for a Senior Services of Watervliet from 3:30 p.m – 7 p.m. on Friday, Apr 27, during a comparison core during 1501 Broadway, Watervliet. For $10 we get a full cooking (spaghetti, salad, rolls, dessert, coffee/tea) and intercourse with friends. Bring your family and friends and eat in, or sequence take-out. Tickets to a eventuality can be purchased during a comparison core bureau Monday by Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Call comparison services during 518-273-4422 for some-more information.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics 9:45 a.m. Bingo 12:45 p.m. 19 Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-270-5349. For some-more information call 518-270-5348.

Saturday, Apr 28

CHICKEN BISCUIT DINNER: Van Rensselaer Star Chapter #256, Order of a Eastern Star, in East Greenbush is holding a Chicken ‘n Biscuit Dinner on Saturday, Apr 28, from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. during a Masonic Temple, 710 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush. The cost of a cooking is $12 for adults, $5 for children and reservations should be done by Apr 25 by job Nancy during 518-477-7101.

COHOES GOLF TOURNAMENT: Enjoy a nine-hole golf contest in Cohoes’s city partks. The Park-to-Park Tournament starts during City Hall during 10 a.m. There will be holes during Silliman Park, Craner Park, Berkeley Park, Lansing Park and Van Schaick Island Park. Call Dan Hytko for some-more information during 518-233-2116 or 518-514-8193.

COLLAR CITY CRAFT FEST: Noon – 5 p.m., The Arts Center, 265 River Street, Troy.

COMMUNITY MEAL: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Bethel Baptist Church, 2165 Fifth Avenue, Troy.

DINNER A SHOW: On Saturday, Apr 28, North Chatham United Methodist Church will benefaction “Dinner and a Show!” featuring a annual Pasta Cook-Off during 5:30 p.m., followed by a annual Talent Show during 7 p.m. If we have a pasta plate that we consider is good we can make a batch, move it that night, and maybe go home with a prize, The church is located during 4274 Route 203 in North Chatham. For some-more information, greatfully call 518-766-3535 or revisit northchathammethodistchurch.org.

EVENING SERENADE: A unison featuring Rosanne Hargrave, soprano, Paul James Quigley, guitar and Michael Clement, piano. 5 p.m., Emmanuel Baptist Church, 275 State Street, Albany. Vocal, guitar and piano works by Obradors, Villa -Lobos, Rodrigo, de Falla, Tárrega, Bach, Bach-Gounod, Ponce, Debussy, Delibes and Bachelet. Admission free; donations appreciated. A accepting follows a concert. For some-more information revisit mclement14@nycap.rr.com/.

FRIENDS OF WATERFORD LIBRARY: The Friends of a Waterford Public Library benefaction an educational module on Saturday, Apr 28, from 10 a.m. to noon during a Waterford Community Center, 125 2nd Street, Waterford. This Cornell Cooperative eventuality on a use of spices as a messenger plant with a arrangement on ‘Container Gardening’ includes light refreshments and a giveaway raffle ticket.

INVASIVE PLANT WORKSHOP: This seminar will cover invasive plants, their marker characteristics, and their disastrous impacts on a ecosystems of Rensselaer County. We will also be training how to map invasive category populations during Albert Community Forest in sequence to urge government capabilities on a ground. 9 a.m. – noon, Albert Family Community Forest, 120 Hayes Road, East Nassau. For some-more information or or to register strike Fred McCagg during fredmccagg@fairpoint.net.

LOOK UP DAY: Are we extraordinary about what boat your newcomer grandparents came on or when they arrived in a US? Members of a Troy Irish Genealogy Society (TIGS) will be during a Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh branch, 27 114th Street, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to perform online look-ups to assistance we out. You don’t have to have Irish ancestors to take part. Bring any information we already have along with your questions. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Call a library during 518-235-5310 to haven your 30-minute conference spot.

ROAST BEEF DINNER: On Saturday, Apr 28, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. a Salem United Methodist Church, 349 Shaver Road (off Route 150), will reason a Roast Beef Dinner. The cost is $12 per person. Reservations can be done by job a church bureau during 518-674-3106, or by calling/texting Carol during 518-330-7609. Reservations are encouraged, walk-ins are formed on availability. Take out is available. For some-more information revisit wslsumc.wordpress.com.

ROAST BEEF DINNER/BAKE SALE: Hope United Methodist Church’s Roast Beef Dinner Bake Sale will be reason on Saturday, Apr 28, with continual portion from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. during a dilemma of Garfield Rd. and Rte.2 in Eagle Mills. The cost will be $13 for adults, $6 for children 6-12. and children underneath 6 free. Reservations are strongly suggested and can be done by job 518-279-9601.

SAGE SINGERS: The Sage Singers Spring Concert facilities a Requiem of John Rutter (b. 1945), destined by Michael Musial. 7 p.m., RPI Chapel + Cultural Center, 2125 Burdett Avenue, Troy.

VOLKSWALK CLIFTON PARK: Start during a Hilton Garden Inn, 30 Clifton Country Road, during 1:30 p.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

Sunday, Apr 29

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: Bethel Diaconate Day with guest orator to be announced. 2165 Fifth Avenue, Troy.

BLUEGRASS GOSPEL: An dusk of bluegrass gospel music, featuring internal bluegrass rope Jericho Road, will be reason during a Brunswick Church during 42 White Church Lane in Troy on Sunday, Apr 29, from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. All are acquire to this giveaway event.

FREE JAZZ CONCERT: Jazz Appreciation Month, sponsored by Albany Musicians Association, Local 14, AFM and a Music Performance Trust Fund. 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.,.Colonie Elks, 11 Elks Lane, Latham. Call 518-785-5714 for some-more information.

STREAM SAMPLING RESULTS: Rensselaer Land Trust will share formula of information collected by citizen scholarship volunteers from 18 tide sites in Rensselaer County. The arrangement intends to urge village knowledge, approval and stewardship about internal H2O resources. Find out if we should be vouchsafing your kids (or your pet dog) wade in internal streams, and learn how we can make a disproportion in your watershed. 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Sanctuary for Independent Media, 3361 6th Avenue, Troy.

WOMEN AT THE WHEEL: Hudson Hall presents Plays in Progress: “Women during a Wheel,” an afternoon of staged readings of short, new works created and constructed by a playwrights, actors, and directors of Plays in Progress. The reading takes place on Sunday, Apr 29 during 3 p.m. during Hudson Hall, 327 Warren Street, Hudson, and will be followed by a accepting with a writers, directors, and cast. Tickets are $20, with all deduction to advantage Hudson Hall. Tickets can be purchased online during hudsonhall.org or by job 518-822-1438.

Monday, Apr 30

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Adult Yoga, 6 p.m. 4118 State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023 or revisit www.brunswicklibrary.org for some-more information.

HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Cribbage during 9 a.m., Yoga during 10:30 a.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon cooking reservations and some-more information.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Eugene Lee, mythological Broadway set designer, has won 3 Tony Awards for his work on Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide,” Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd,” and Gregory Maguire’s “Wicked.” Lee has also served as a prolongation engineer for Saturday Night Live for some-more than forty years given a 1975 premiere. Lee gives a 22nd annual Burian Lecture during 7:30 p.m. in a Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Center, UAlbany Uptown Campus. He gives a Craft Talk during a same venue during 4:15 p.m.

TROY SENIOR CENTER: Aerobics, 9:30 a.m. Bowling during Uncle Sam Lanes, 12:30 p.m. Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Downtown Troy.

Tuesday, May 1

ALZHEIMER’S EDUCATION SERIES: The Troy Public Library is hosting an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver’s Series presented by a Alzheimer’s Association. The third and final eventuality will be reason on May 1 during 2 p.m. during a Main branch, 100 Second Street. This 60-minute module covers what causes those who caring for people with Alzheimer’s and insanity to believe romantic and earthy stress, and how to hoop a highlight of caregiving effectively. This module is giveaway and open to a public. Advanced registration is recommended. For some-more information and to register, call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org.

ARTS CENTER: Pirate Printing Pacific Rims, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., 265 River Street, Downtown Troy.

NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: David Tomas Martinez, prize-winning producer and artistic essay highbrow during Columbia University, is a former San Diego squad member and teenage father whose work addresses themes of travel life, poverty, masculinity, drugs, and assault in a barrio. Martinez gives a Craft Talk during 4:15 p.m. in a Standish Room, Science Library, UAlbany Uptown Campus. A Presentation/QA will take place during 7 p.m. in Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, UAlbany Uptown Campus.

WILLIAMS TUESDAY TEAS: Williams College’s annual Tuesday Teas array celebrates Williams authors and respect their erudite and artistic works. On May 1, Laura Ephraim, partner highbrow of domestic science, will plead her book “Who Speaks for Nature? On a Politics of Science.” 4 p.m., Stetson Reading Room, Sawyer Library. Free and open to a public.

Wednesday, May 2

BARNES NOBLE BOOK CLUB: Bestselling author Meg Wolitzer’s novel, “The Female Persuasion,” has been selected as a initial book bar collect for a initial Barnes Noble Book Club night, that will take place in store during Colonie Center on Wednesday, May 2, from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. This novel showcases one of a country’s good authors and engages readers in a timely contention around women, work and power. Customers who come to a Book Club contention will also accept a giveaway high prohibited or iced coffee, and one giveaway cookie from a Café. One sealed duplicate of a book will be given away. Customers are asked to pointer adult during a Customer Service opposite in store to participate. Pre-orders of a disdainful book of Meg Wolitzer’s “The Female Persuasion” are permitted now during BN.com, and a novel will be permitted in stores from Apr 3.

UNION COLLEGE EXHIBITION RECEPTION: The LGBTQ during Union muster earnings this open to a Wikoff Student Gallery from Mar 30 by Jun 18. This year a muster will embody work in drawing, painting, illustration, photography, digital art, poetry, and film by tide Union College students, alumni, and professors. A Reception will be reason during a galler on May 2 from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Meredith Miller, Union College Class of 1997, will pronounce during a event. Miller is a practicing NYC profession and law professor, who also works to disciple for LGBTQ rights. Light refreshments will be served. The accepting is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information revisit https://muse.union.edu/mandeville/project/lgbtq-at-union-2018/.

VOLKSWALK SARATOGA SPRINGS: Start during Taft Furniture and Sleep Center, 121 Ballston Ave., Saratoga Springs during 9 a.m. Registration for any eventuality starts ½ hour before a walk; a cost is $2.

Friday, May 4

NYS WRITERS INSTITUTE: The Writers Institute will applaud a owner in his 90th year with “This Is Your Life, William Kennedy,” featuring appearances by special guests, to be announced, prerecorded video tributes by vital authors and filmmakers, and a slideshow of photographs documenting poignant milestones in a unaccompanied and eventful life. A accepting with light refreshments to follow. 7 p.m., Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UALbany Downtown Campus.

SPRING CONCERT: The Rensselaer Club presents a Spring unison featuring Mary Simoni, Dean of a School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and Kim Osburn. 5 p.m., RPI Chapel + Cultural Center, 2125 Burdett Avenue, Troy.

Sunday, May 6

LITERACY 5K: Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are invited to a Literacy 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, May 6, during Schodack Island State Park, Schodack Landing. Take partial in a 5K Trail run, guided inlet walk, story walk, girl mile, prizes, raffles, and fun for a whole family. Events will be reason between 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. All deduction will advantage Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County. For a full report of events and to register online, revisit www.zippyreg.com.

Monday, May 7

EVENING BOOK GROUP: The Troy Public Library’s Evening Book Group will be deliberating Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s “Crime and Punishment” on Monday, May 7, during 6:30 p.m. This contention is giveaway and open to a public. New members are always welcome. For some-more information call a library during 518-274-7071 or online during www.thetroylibrary.org Troy Public Library is located during 100 Second Street, Troy.

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