Area Free Events January 1 through Jan 7 2018

Jan 1 (Mon)

  • New Year’s Day
  • Celebrating Kwanzaa at the Schenectady City Mission from 6 to 8 pm

Jan 2 (Tues)

  • Sch’dy Today will not be filmed this week (filmed in advance)

Jan 3 (Wed)

  • The Beguiled (rated R) Reels at Noon at Sch’dy Public Library Main Branch.

Jan 4 (Thurs)

  • At the River I Stand – movie and discussion from 6-8 pm at SUNY SCCC, Stockade Room 101 at 78 Washington Ave.

Jan 7 (Sun)

  • Annual Epiphany Celebration and LaBefana Visit from 3-4:30 pm at the American Italian Heritage Museum. Children will participate in crafts and treasure hunt. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Social follows.
  • Beat the Snow Series Returns to the Sch’dy Library with Bien Baez and Michael Clement from 2:30 to 3:30 pm (Runs through Mar 25)

Other Events

  • Through Jan 2018 – Margaret Cunningham Exhibit at Hamilton Hill Arts Center
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Schenectady Today

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