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   OCTOBER 2019 - CAPITAL REGION CALENDAR OF EVENTS

November - January 5    PICASSO, BRAQUE & LEGER: TWENTIETH CENTURY MODERN MASTERS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

Picasso, Braque, & Léger: Twentieth Century Modern Masters explores the three Modern masters’ shared love of the printed word. An exhibition of more than eighty prints by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and Fernand Léger examines their relationships with Contemporary writers, playwrights, and poets, and the artists’ dedication to creating imagery that interpreted modern texts. Organized by Contemporary and Modern Print Exhibitions, and sponsored by Marvin & Company, P.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Seitz; Silverwood Home & Galleries; and Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson.
10 AM TO 5 PM Tuesday to Saturday, Noon to 5 PM Sunday, closed Mondays and Thanksgiving Day
Web Site

November 1 - December 4    ARTISTS OF THE MOHAWK HUDSON REGION
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

In this year’s Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, guest juror Victoria Palermo interprets submissions and develops an exhibition that responds to the issue of environmental change. As one of the nation’s longest-running regional juried exhibition, AMHR features the works of artists living within 100 miles of Albany. Palermo presents an exhibition that depicts ideals of landscape — past, present, and of the artists’ imaginings; examines the impact of environmental degradation; and asks what can be done about it.
10 AM TO 5 PM Tuesday to Saturday, Noon to 5 PM Sunday, closed Mondays and Thanksgiving Day
Web Site

November 1 - 17   ALABAMA STORY
Albany Civic Theater

235 Second Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 462-1297
ACT presents the regional premiere of Alabama Story, directed by Barbara Davis Dickman, playwright Kenneth Jones’ new six-actor play inspired by real events that touch on Civil Rights and censorship issues in the Deep South. By spring 2019, the highly theatrical play will have been produced in at least 24 cities since its premiere, introducing the world to the little-known true story of a librarian named Emily Reed, who was persecuted by politicians for protecting a children’s picture book, in the Jim Crow South.
Performances: November 1 - November 17, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM Sundays at 3:00 PM
Pay What You Will Preview Thursday, October 31, at 7:30 PM
Regular Admission $18 Student Admission $10 with valid id
For Tickets www.albanycivictheater.org or 518 462 1297

FRI & SAT @ 7:30PM/SUN @ 3PM

Web Site

November 15 - 16    DOCENT TOURS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

Starting at 1 and 2 pm, join a Hyde docent for a tour of the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions. Free with Museum admission. Call 518-792-1761, ext. 350, to confirm availability.
1-3PM
Web Site

November 16    EMERALD DAWN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

November 16  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
Web Site

November 16   DJ KARAOKE
Rusty Nail Grill and Tavern
1781 Route 9 - Clifton Park, NY (518) 371-9875.

10:00PM
Web Site

November 16    MIXED MEDIA MASHUP
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

Mixed media is an art technique embraced by modern masters like Picasso and adopted by contemporary artists as reflected in the Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region display. There are so many different methods to work in mixed media, it can become overwhelming for any creative venture. Join Museum Educator Jenny Hutchinson in the Art Studio to remove the guesswork and create a unique artwork combining printmaking, painting, and drawing all in one image. $15 for members; $20 for non-members. Register by contacting Kayla at 518-792-1761, ext. 310, or adminassist@hydecollection.org
10:30AM-1PM
Web Site

November 16  THE PURPLE STUFF
Centre Street Pub
308 Union Street - Schenectady, NY
Original local rock in one of the area's best party venues.
9PM
Web Site

November 16   FALL RAKE DAY
Woodlawn Park
1 Ricci Avenue  -
Schenectady, NY (518) 331-0929.
FALL RAKE DAY IN WOODLAWN SCHENECTADY – Join the Woodlawn community on Saturday, November 16th for its Annual Fall Rake Day at Woodlawn Park. We’ll be raking leaves from 9 am – 2 pm. Volunteers can also help with clearing vines and storage of picnic tables, grills, and benches. Rakes and work gloves provided.Just bring your enthusiasm and dress appropriately. Coffee, cocoa, water, and snacks provided. Pizza available around Noon. Our rain date is Sunday, November 17th. Woodlawn Park is located on Kings Road at the intersection of Ricci Avenue. For more information, visit www.woodlawnneighborhood.org or the park’s facebookpage, WoodlawnParkSNY.
9AM-2PM
Web Site

November 16  BINGO
Schenectady Bingo Palace
1866 State Street - Schenectady, NY (518) 374-2262.

Games Begin At 6:00PM
Web Site

November 17     PEARL
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.

11PM-2AM
Web Site

November 17    CHLOE MACYN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

November 17   LIVE MUSIC
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
6-9PM
Web Site

November 17  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
Web Site

November 17   PRINCESS & FRIENDS TEA PARTY
The Landing Hotel - Event Center
1 Rush Street -
Schenectady, NY (518) 579-8811.
Come meet your favorite princesses and their friends and get crowned Royalty for the Day. We will sing along, dance, and take photos. Food and Beverage included

Tickets on sale now by calling 518-579-8811
Adults $25
Children $20
Kids welcome to dress like their favorite princesses
10:30AM-1PM

November 17  SUNNY SUNDAYS
miSci
15 Nott Terrace Heights - Schenectady, NY  (518) 382-7890.
Sunny Sundays are your opportunity to take a safe glimpse at the sun! Educators from the Dudley Observatory at miSci will operate our 14inch telescope inside the roll-top roof observatory, allowing visitors to safely look at the sun and search for sunspots. Other objects such as the moon and planets may also be visible. In the event of poor weather, we will have hands-on activities indoors instead.

The observatory will be open from 1-2:30pm every Sunday. miSci galleries will be open continuously from 12-5pm. Access to the observatory or activities is free with museum admission ($12 Adult, $10 Senior, $8 Child).
1-2:30PM
Web Site

November 18   BINGO
Italian Community Center Bingo
1450 5th Ave. - Troy, MA (518) 274-0508.

Games Begin At 7:30PM
Web Site

November 18    MANIC KARAOKE MONDAYS
Elda's On Lark
205 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 499-3532.

9PM/21+
Web Site

November 18    KARAOKE MONDAYS
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
10PM-2AM
Web Site

November 18  VINYL NIGHT
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
Classic Vinyl All Night. You Bring Em, We'll Spin Em
7PM
Web Site

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   NOVEMBER 2019 - CAPITAL REGION CALENDAR OF EVENTS (cont'd.)

November 18  MONDAY COMEDY NIGHT
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Monday Night COMEDY NIGHT at the Lark Tavern!! Come down and check out some of the area's up and coming comedians. Guaranteed laughs!!
9PM
Web Site

November 18  LIVE MUSIC/POETRY ETC..
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
7:30PM

Web Site

November 18   OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•Every Monday. All ages, all styles. Originals encouraged but not required.
•Free for Students / $3 for Adults
•Sign-up is 7 PM to 7:25 PM / Show at 7:30 / 2 songs or 10 minutes
You are welcome to use our Yamaha studio upright acoustic piano or acoustic Martin guitar. We can play your MP3 backing track through our sound system. You are welcome to bring amps and drums BUT set up and break down is part of your 10 minutes. The host draws names from a bowl at 7:30. The first person drawn gets first choice of timeslot, second gets second choice, etc. The host will add you to the end of the roster if you arrive by 8:30 PM.
•Full table service (see menu). No alcohol.
•Play Nice! We foster a diverse community that has a great time making art and helping one another get better. Excessive profanity, explicit sexual themes, and “humor” that unkindly targets a specific group undermines this goal. It is up to the discretion of the host to enforce the house standards.
7PM/$3 DOOR
Web Site

November 19  TRIVIA
Pauly's Hotel
337 Central Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 426-0828.

9PM
Web Site

November 19    OPEN MIC
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.

7PM

Web Site

November 19    BINGO
Polish Community Center
225 Washington Ave. Ext. - Albany, NY (518) 456-3995.
Warm in the winter and cool in the summer for a nice night out! Jackpot $1,000. Kitchen opens at 6PM! Special Games and Great Food Specials every week!
Doors Open At 6:00PM - Games Begin At 7:30PM
Web Site

November 19  TRIVIA TUESDAYS
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 694-8490.
Come check out our NEW trivia game. 4 Rounds including a music round. Now with many More giveaways!!
$25 Gift Certificate for the winner!
$.50 WINGS
$2 PBR
$3 BUD LIGHTS.
7PM
Web Site

November 19    THE TRIAL OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY
Schoharie Crossing Visitor Center - The Enders House
129 Schoharie Street - Fort Hunter, NY (518) 474-0456.
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site will host Dr. Laurie Kozakiewicz from UAlbany to present on the Trial of Susan B. Anthony. The program will occur on November 19th as part of the Tuesday Talk series recognizing NYS History Month. It will begin at 6:30 PM in the Enders House adjacent to the Schoharie Crossing Visitor Center, 129 Schoharie Street, Fort Hunter. Laurie Kozakiewicz Ph.D., a lecturer in the Department of History, University at Albany, SUNY will discuss the 1873 trial of Susan B Anthony. The suffragette was charged for having cast a ballot in the presidential election of 1872 and in doing so she seemingly violated both federal law and the NYS Constitution. Suffragists had been stunned and angered at women’s exclusion from the 15th Amendment which in 1870 had given freed black men the vote. This trial represents Anthony’s strategy to test what she hoped would be the new winning argument: that the 14th Amendment’s creation of national citizenship had given women the right to vote. Her task was to get the court to agree. Our purpose in revisiting the trial is to get a better sense of the challenge’s suffragists faced in the late 19th century as they struggled to win the vote.

The final Tuesday Talk of the series will be on the 26th, a presentation by Anne Clothier who will present a workshop lecture about identifying 19th century photography methods called "Looking History in the Eye." Photography was an emerging and changing new technology as well as art form in the 19th century. Discover tips on identifying images captured during this era as well as learn about some of the methods used to create lasting photographs. Clothier is a history educator from the Saratoga County region. Her particular interests include women's history, textiles, medical history, and the history of photography.
6:30PM
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November 19   OPEN MIC
Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia Street - Hudson
, NY  (518) 828-4800.
8-11PM
Web Site

November 19  TEAM TRIVIA
The Rusty Anchor Bar
1 Selke Drive - Watervliet
, NY  (518) 273-2920.
8PM
Web Site

November 19  TRIVIA
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
KNOW-IT-ALL? SMARTY PANTS? WISE GUY?.....PROVE IT!!
9PM
Web Site

November 20  AN EVENING w/MITCH ALBOM
Schacht Fine Arts Center
5 Division Street - Troy, NY  (518) 461-1803.

Come hear world renowned author of Tuesdays with Morrie share his personal story and theme of his latest book, Finding Chika with the Capital District. Every ticket sold includes a copy of his book. Great way to start the holiday season with themes of family and gratitude. Sure to be a special night.
6:30PM
Web Site

November 20    KARAOKE & MARGARITAS
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
Web Site

November 20   OPEN MIC
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
8PM/SIGN UP @ 7:30PM

Web Site

November 20    ARTSIDE CHATS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
10:30–11:30 am Wednesday, November 6, 13, and 20
Artside Chats
Explore Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region for a gallery discussion beside the artworks with the best interpreters, the artists! Each week, different artists will join a Hyde Collection staff member for moderated discussions about their artwork. Free with Museum admission.
10:30-11:30AM
Web Site

November 20    ARTFUL AFTERNOONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

An afternoon drop-in art program for guardians and children ages 6 to 12. Begin by examining a work from the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions, then visit the Art Studio to put your discoveries into action. A different topic is explored each week. Suggested donation.
2:30-4:30PM
Web Site

November 20    POETRY OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•First Wednesday of the month. Admission is $5.
• Sign-up from 7 to 7:25. Readings start at 7:30.
•Two short poems (less than one page) or one longer poem, with a limit of 5 minutes altogether.
•A featured poet reads for 20 minutes. Featured poets are booked by host Carol Graser. Generally, our features are established, published poets and/or have made significant public contributions to the regional poetry scene.
7PM/$5 DOOR
Web Site

November 20    BINGO
Knights of Columbus
46 Market Street - Amsterdam, NY  (518) 842-5260.

Games Start at 7:00PM

November 20   SMASH WEDNESDAYS OPEN MIC NIGHT
Geno's On The Avenue

2197 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 982-5004.
8-11PM

Web Site

November 21  THERAPY THURSDAY
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
11PM-4AM
Web Site

November 21  TRIVIA
Graney's Bar & Grille
275 New Scotland Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 453-3299.

8PM
Web Site

November 21   INDIE ROCK NIGHT
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
Web Site

November 21    BINGO
Clifton Park Elks
MacElroy Road - Clifton Park, NY  (518) 877-5200.

Games Start at 7:15PM

November 21  COUNTRY LINE DANCE LESSONS
Boars Nest Bar & Grill

1263 Patten Mills Road - Fort Ann, NY (518) 761-9088.
Interested in learning how to country line dance? It's great exercise & fun. Absolutely love Tasha our new country line dancing instructor! She is amazing and takes her time teaching to make sure everybody knows what they are doing and are comfortable with the moves. Definitely make sure you come check her out Thursday nights from 7 to 9 PM! She's bringing the life back to line dancing again teaching all the new line dances to all the country songs you want to dance to! For all ages. Only $5
7-9PM/$5

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November 21    TOUR FOR TOTS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

A morning program for guardians and children ages 3 to 5. Explore the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions with age-appropriate gallery and art-making activities introducing young children to big ideas in art. Different topics are explored each week by use of art materials, books, and play. Suggested donation
10:30-11:30AM
Web Site

November 21   BINGO
Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Bingo
250 Maxwell Road - Latham, NY  (518) 453-2258.
Full kitchen & Bell Jars available.
Games Start at 7:30PM

November 21  OPEN MIC
Rustic Barn Pub
150 Speigletown Road - Troy, NY  (518) 235-5858.
Come check out the best open mic in the capital district! with a different guest host every week, its never the same always different! lights, sound, stage and drum set provided ... Come check it out!
7-9PM
Web Site

November 22 - 23    DOCENT TOURS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

Starting at 1 and 2 pm, join a Hyde docent for a tour of the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions. Free with Museum admission. Call 518-792-1761, ext. 350, to confirm availability.
1-3PM
Web Site

November 22     FRIDAY NIGHT REWIND
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.

11PM-2AM
Web Site

November 22   RICK BEDROSIAN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

November 22   LIVE MUSIC
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
6-9PM
Web Site

November 22   LECTURE AND STAR PARTY
Octagon Barn
588 Middle Road - Delanson, NY (518) 382-7890.

Friday, September 20, Tonight’s lecture topic: "The Newest Member in Space - The Chinese Space Program" Presented by Prof. Ralf Schauer (SUNY Schenectady)

Friday, October 25, Tonight’s lecture topic: “Finding your way around the night sky” Presented by Dr. Janie Schwab (U Albany, past Dudley director)

Friday, November 22, Tonight’s lecture topic: "Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)” Presented by Dr. Harry Ringermacher (Univ So. Miss.)

Join us for an astronomy lesson and dark sky observing at the Octagon Barn in Delanson, NY! Programs include a 1 hour talk by local astronomy enthusiasts, followed by a star party if the weather is clear. If you want to see the Milky Way this is the place to be! Amateur astronomers and families are invited to bring binoculars or telescopes. Family friendly. Programs will be held rain or shine.

Octagon Barn star parties are held monthly on a Friday night from April-November.

Cost: FREE Admission – Donations graciously accepted.
7-9PM
Web Site

November 22   MADE IN ROUND LAKE HOLIDAY MARKET
Round Lake Village Hall

49 Burlington Avenue - Round Lake, NY
The Made in Round Lake Holiday Market is an intimate gathering of the talented artists and artisans who live in the Village of Round Lake. They will be offering a variety of unique, locally handmade items, perfect for gift giving. So come celebrate the spirit of making this season and relax while you enjoy holiday shopping in our quaint Victorian Village.
4-8PM

Web Site

November 23  FILM: "THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS"
First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany, Room B-8
405 Washington Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 462-6005.
The documentary (2019) tells the little-known story of how, in July 2017, an overwhelming majority of the world's nations defied the nine nuclear powers by voting at a UN conference to adopt the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Through the voices of leading antinuclear activists and diplomats from around the world, the film recounts the efforts to bring this treaty into existence and what remains to be done to make it international law.
7:30PM

November 23    EMERALD DAWN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

November 23  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
Web Site

November 23   DJ KARAOKE
Rusty Nail Grill and Tavern
1781 Route 9 - Clifton Park, NY (518) 371-9875.

10:00PM
Web Site

November 23  RODgeeks ROD BUILDING WORKSHOP
RODgeeks
7 Avis Drive, Unit B - Latham, NY
Join us for a fun and educational day of rod building. You will learn all of the essential steps in building a rod as you make your own RG-42, a one piece 42” spinning rod. The workshop is $60 and includes all of the fishing rod components and supplies you'll need to assemble your RG-42.
Snacks and beverages will be provided. You will have a 1-hour break for lunch.
In this class you will learn:
Each step in the rod assembly process
• Spine the rod blank
• Assemble the handle and reel seat
• Wrap the guides
• Apply thread finish
How to choose the correct adhesive for each step in the process
• Basic fishing rod technology
• How to do simple rod repairs
No prior experience is necessary. You will be surprised at how easy and fun it is to build your own fishing rod.

Your finished rod will be ready for you to pick up the following Monday.

Sign up early as class size is limited. If you purchase the class as a gift, please have the class attendee email us at info@rodgeeks.com us to let us know what class date they will attend.

Time: 9 AM – 2 PM
Cost: $60.00
Location: RODgeeks, 7 Avis Drive - Unit B, Latham, NY 12110
Register/Pay: https://rodgeeks.com/collections/apparel-misc/products/rodgeeks-rod-building-class
9AM-2PM
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November 23  BURNING IT DOWN COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISER
Shaker Road Loudonville Fire Department
550 Albany Shaker Road - Loudonville, NY  (518) 458-1352.
"Burning it Down" Comedy Night fundraiser! Shaker Rd Fire Department is hosting a comedy night. Saturday November 23rd. with Headliner Pat Oates and featuring Kaitlyn Murphy, Andy McDermott and Travis Stealey, with a special guest Frankie Hill. Doors open with a Happy Hour at 7pm with drink specials and $3 draft beer and show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Get tickets at TravisStealey.com. 550 Albany Shaker Rd. Come for some fun and laughs!!!! 518-458-1352.
7PM

November 23  HOMEMADE ARTS AND CRAFTS SALE
Old Chatham Quaker Meetinghouse
539 County Route 13 - Old Chatham, NY  (518) 610-3735.
Old Chatham Quaker Meeting will hold its Second Annual Handmade Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, November 23 from 10 am to 2 pm, and Sunday, November 24 from 12:30 pm to 2 pm.

Sweaters, wooden pens, totebags, pillow cases, and quilted items are just a few of the carefully handcrafted goods for sale. 100% of the purchase price will be donated to support the Quaker meeting and its programs.

All are welcome! The meetinghouse is located at 539 County Route 13, Old Chatham, NY. For directions and more information, www.oldchathamquakers.org 518-610-3735
10AM-2PM
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November 23  THE FIRST RAINBOW COALITION
Old Chatham Quaker Meetinghouse
539 County Route 13 - Old Chatham, NY  (518) 610-3735.
The First Rainbow Coalition” Screening Saturday, November 23, 2019, Potluck at 6:00 PM, film at 7:00 PM, in the Old Chatham Quaker Meetinghouse, 539 County Route 13, Old Chatham, NY, across from Pitt Hall Road and Powell House.

In 1969, the Chicago Black Panther Party began to form a multi-ethnic coalition with the Latinx Young Lords Organization and the Young Patriots, a Southern White Organization. Banding together to fight police brutality and substandard housing in one of the most segregated cities in post-war America, the Rainbow Coalition changed the face of 1960s Chicago politics and created an organizing model for future activists and politicians. Eloquent and seamless, the film brings to life a history resonant today, and will promote dialogue not just about the 1960s, but about urgent contemporary discussions on race and class in the United States. This film is co-presented with WMHT Public Media.

Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served and a moderated discussion will follow. For more information call 518-610-3735. For directions: www.oldchathamquakers.org
6-9PM

November 23  BINGO
Schenectady Bingo Palace
1866 State Street - Schenectady, NY (518) 374-2262.

Games Begin At 6:00PM
Web Site

November 23  SNOW SISTERS SEQUEL ADVENTURE BRUNCH
Bellevue Cafe
2630 Broadway - Schenectady, NY  (435) 590-5556.
Are you HUNGRY for ADVENTURE!?
Join the Snow Sisters from Hill City Ice Queen as they celebrate the newest chapter in their story with food, fun and friendship!
Your ticket includes:
~A delicious breakfast of mini waffles, bacon, eggs, fruit and beverages
~Live singing performances of some of your favorite songs—listen or sing-along!
~Time to pose for photos and get lots of warm hugs
~A one of a kind craft project—Northern Lights Lanterns!
~A special autographed photo available only at this event
~Table side meet and greet—ask the sisters all of your questions!
~A dance party, coloring, party favors and more!

Wear your favorite princess dress or adventure outfit!
Look for balloons to find the right door! Please arrive no more than 10 minutes early.
All guests MUST have a ticket. $25-$32 on eventbrite.
Tickets are non-refundable.
11AM
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November 24     PEARL
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.

11PM-2AM
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November 24    CHLOE MACYN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

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November 24   LIVE MUSIC
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
6-9PM
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November 24  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
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November 24  SISTERS SING CONCERT OF GRATITUDE
St. Joseph's Provincial House
385 Watervliet-Shaker Road - Latham, NY  (518) 783-3604.

2PM

November 24  SUNNY SUNDAYS
miSci
15 Nott Terrace Heights - Schenectady, NY  (518) 382-7890.
Sunny Sundays are your opportunity to take a safe glimpse at the sun! Educators from the Dudley Observatory at miSci will operate our 14inch telescope inside the roll-top roof observatory, allowing visitors to safely look at the sun and search for sunspots. Other objects such as the moon and planets may also be visible. In the event of poor weather, we will have hands-on activities indoors instead.

The observatory will be open from 1-2:30pm every Sunday. miSci galleries will be open continuously from 12-5pm. Access to the observatory or activities is free with museum admission ($12 Adult, $10 Senior, $8 Child).
1-2:30PM
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November 25   BINGO
Italian Community Center Bingo
1450 5th Ave. - Troy, MA (518) 274-0508.

Games Begin At 7:30PM
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November 25    MANIC KARAOKE MONDAYS
Elda's On Lark
205 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 499-3532.

9PM/21+
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November 25    KARAOKE MONDAYS
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
10PM-2AM
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November 25  VINYL NIGHT
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
Classic Vinyl All Night. You Bring Em, We'll Spin Em
7PM
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November 25  MONDAY COMEDY NIGHT
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Monday Night COMEDY NIGHT at the Lark Tavern!! Come down and check out some of the area's up and coming comedians. Guaranteed laughs!!
9PM
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November 25  LIVE MUSIC/POETRY ETC..
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
7:30PM

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November 25   OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•Every Monday. All ages, all styles. Originals encouraged but not required.
•Free for Students / $3 for Adults
•Sign-up is 7 PM to 7:25 PM / Show at 7:30 / 2 songs or 10 minutes
You are welcome to use our Yamaha studio upright acoustic piano or acoustic Martin guitar. We can play your MP3 backing track through our sound system. You are welcome to bring amps and drums BUT set up and break down is part of your 10 minutes. The host draws names from a bowl at 7:30. The first person drawn gets first choice of timeslot, second gets second choice, etc. The host will add you to the end of the roster if you arrive by 8:30 PM.
•Full table service (see menu). No alcohol.
•Play Nice! We foster a diverse community that has a great time making art and helping one another get better. Excessive profanity, explicit sexual themes, and “humor” that unkindly targets a specific group undermines this goal. It is up to the discretion of the host to enforce the house standards.
7PM/$3 DOOR
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November 26  TRIVIA
Pauly's Hotel
337 Central Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 426-0828.

9PM
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November 26    BINGO
Polish Community Center
225 Washington Ave. Ext. - Albany, NY (518) 456-3995.
Warm in the winter and cool in the summer for a nice night out! Jackpot $1,000. Kitchen opens at 6PM! Special Games and Great Food Specials every week!
Doors Open At 6:00PM - Games Begin At 7:30PM
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November 26    OPEN MIC
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.

7PM

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November 26  TRIVIA TUESDAYS
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 694-8490.
Come check out our NEW trivia game. 4 Rounds including a music round. Now with many More giveaways!!
$25 Gift Certificate for the winner!
$.50 WINGS
$2 PBR
$3 BUD LIGHTS.
7PM
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November 26   OPEN MIC
Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia Street - Hudson
, NY  (518) 828-4800.
8-11PM
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November 26  TEAM TRIVIA
The Rusty Anchor Bar
1 Selke Drive - Watervliet
, NY  (518) 273-2920.
8PM
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November 26  TRIVIA
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
KNOW-IT-ALL? SMARTY PANTS? WISE GUY?.....PROVE IT!!
9PM
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November 27    KARAOKE & MARGARITAS
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
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November 27   OPEN MIC
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
8PM/SIGN UP @ 7:30PM

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November 27    POETRY OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•First Wednesday of the month. Admission is $5.
• Sign-up from 7 to 7:25. Readings start at 7:30.
•Two short poems (less than one page) or one longer poem, with a limit of 5 minutes altogether.
•A featured poet reads for 20 minutes. Featured poets are booked by host Carol Graser. Generally, our features are established, published poets and/or have made significant public contributions to the regional poetry scene.
7PM/$5 DOOR
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November 27    BINGO
Knights of Columbus
46 Market Street - Amsterdam, NY  (518) 842-5260.

Games Start at 7:00PM

November 27   SMASH WEDNESDAYS OPEN MIC NIGHT
Geno's On The Avenue

2197 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 982-5004.
8-11PM

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November 28  THERAPY THURSDAY
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
11PM-4AM
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November 28  TRIVIA
Graney's Bar & Grille
275 New Scotland Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 453-3299.

8PM
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November 28   INDIE ROCK NIGHT
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
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November 28    BINGO
Clifton Park Elks
MacElroy Road - Clifton Park, NY  (518) 877-5200.

Games Start at 7:15PM

November 28  COUNTRY LINE DANCE LESSONS
Boars Nest Bar & Grill

1263 Patten Mills Road - Fort Ann, NY (518) 761-9088.
Interested in learning how to country line dance? It's great exercise & fun. Absolutely love Tasha our new country line dancing instructor! She is amazing and takes her time teaching to make sure everybody knows what they are doing and are comfortable with the moves. Definitely make sure you come check her out Thursday nights from 7 to 9 PM! She's bringing the life back to line dancing again teaching all the new line dances to all the country songs you want to dance to! For all ages. Only $5
7-9PM/$5

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November 28   BINGO
Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Bingo
250 Maxwell Road - Latham, NY  (518) 453-2258.
Full kitchen & Bell Jars available.
Games Start at 7:30PM

November 28  OPEN MIC
Rustic Barn Pub
150 Speigletown Road - Troy, NY  (518) 235-5858.
Come check out the best open mic in the capital district! with a different guest host every week, its never the same always different! lights, sound, stage and drum set provided ... Come check it out!
7-9PM
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November 29 - 30    DOCENT TOURS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

Starting at 1 and 2 pm, join a Hyde docent for a tour of the Museum’s permanent collection or exhibitions. Free with Museum admission. Call 518-792-1761, ext. 350, to confirm availability.
1-3PM
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November 29 - December 1  KILLINGTON RESORT HOSTS 2019 FIS SKI WOMEN'S WORLD CUP w/WEEKEND OF SKI RACES & FREE ENTERTAINMENT
Killington Resort
4763 Killington Road - Killington, VT
Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard destination in Eastern North America and part of POWDR, will host for the fourth year the FIS Ski World Cup November 29- December 1. The Home Light Killington Cup will bring the best women’s technical alpine skiers in the world and offer entertainment and more – all free and open to the public.

The HomeLight Killington Cup will feature the women’s giant slalom and slalom races, attracting athletes such as U.S. Ski Team superstar Mikaela Shiffrin who has emerged victorious in slalom each of the last three years at Killington.

Free musical performances will take place each day of the weekend featuring Grace Potter, Recycled Percussion, Twiddle and DJ Logic. Additional entertainment includes the World Cup Festival Village, fireworks and parades and Athlete Bib Draws.

Along with hosting the Audi FIS Ski World Cup, Killington will be open to the public for skiing and snowboarding during the weekend events.

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November 29     FRIDAY NIGHT REWIND
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.

11PM-2AM
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November 29   RICK BEDROSIAN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

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November 29   LIVE MUSIC
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
6-9PM
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November 29  BLACK FRIDAY SARATOGA
Downtown Saratoga
Broadway - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 365-3459.
This is a Black Friday shopping event centered around downtown Saratoga Springs. The event offers progressive hourly specials of 50% off select merchandise from 6am-7am, 40% from 7am to 8am, 30% off from 8 am to 9 am and 20% off from 9am to close. Black Friday Saratoga supports “shopping local” on the busiest shopping day of the year. It had become an annual event that hundreds look forward to as an opportunity to get a jump start on their holiday shopping. Each shopper gets a Black Friday Saratoga shopping bag with purchase, while supplies last. For more information call 518-365-3459
SALE STARTS AT 6AM
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November 30    EMERALD DAWN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

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November 30    MILITARY COMEDY NIGHT
Albany Capital Center

55  Eagle Street - Albany, NY (518) 487-2009.
The Albany Capital Center (ACC) will host Military Comedy Night featuring Bobby Henline on Nov. 30, 2019 to benefit Patriot Hills of New York. Other comedians including Quentin Davis, Tony Rogers Jeff Scott will also take the stage. The event on Nov. 30 is open to the public with general admission tickets for $35. Military IDs are eligible for $10 discount at the Times Union Center box office courtesy of CDTA.
7PM

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November 30  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
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November 30   DJ KARAOKE
Rusty Nail Grill and Tavern
1781 Route 9 - Clifton Park, NY (518) 371-9875.

10:00PM
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November 30   BINGO
Schenectady Bingo Palace
1866 State Street - Schenectady, NY (518) 374-2262.

Games Begin At 6:00PM
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November 30  WALK @ BURDEN POND & WYANTS KILL NARROWS, SOUTH TROY
Burden Pond Environmental Park
13 Campbell Avenue - Troy, NY
BWalk off that Thanksgiving turkey, and see a hidden urban scenic area and some Troy history. We’ll walk two miles or so along Burden Pond and the Wynants Kill gorge, with a waterfall and remnants of dams and pipes. Hear about the Burden Iron Works and water power infrastructure.

Meet at the parking area of Burden Pond Park (next to the laundromat) at Campbell Avenue and Mill Road (Route 4).

Registration is not required but appreciated for planning
10AM
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