Cap Reg Area Free Events 3/24 to 3/31 (partial List)

Mar 24 (Sun)

  • Schenectady Greenmarket inside Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm. Food, Vendors, Music, Produce and more. A great place to meet your friends.
  • Discover the Pine Bush at Madison Ave. Pinelands at 1 pm. Suitable for all ages. Contact for reservations: 518-456-0655
  • Aretha Franklin Tribute by Don “The Soul Man” Hyman and Special friends (Popular music) at Beat the Snow Concert Series at 2:30 at the main branch of the Schenectady County Library at 99 Clinton St.
  • The Young People’s Chorus of NYC directed by Francisco Nunez performs at First United Methodist Church at 603 State St. in Sch’dy at 3 pm.  All are welcome.

Mar 25 (Mon)

  • The Great Bridge at Quebec: A Story of Failures and Success — Science Series at the main branch of the Sch’dy County PublicLibrary. Noon. Presenter: Phil Adams, GE Power System Civil engineer

Mar 26 (Tues)

  • Filming Sch’dy Today Show in the ADDY Theatre at Proctors from 10 – 11 am. This is an opportunity to meet the guests in person.
  • Pamela Sharpe and Helen Maksymicz performing — Free Organ Concert Series at Proctors at Noon
  • Conversation with Nicole Cherubini with UAlbany Faculty members at the U Albany Dept of Art and Art History from noon to 1 pm (University Art Museum) 1400 Washington Ave. Albany
  • Interfaith Story Circle and Children of the Well – Monthly Event at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Swaggertown Rd Scotia from 6:30 to 8:30pm (New time)

Mar 28 (Thurs)

  • Community Discussion with panelists that will discuss the themes and language of Between the World and Me – facilitated by Babette Faehmel, PhD SUNY Sch’dy  6:30 pm McChesney Room at the main branch of the Sch’dy Co Public Library

Mar 30 (Sat)

  • Pinocchio performance at 2:30 pm by Opera Saratoga at Schenectady Civic Players at 12 South Church St. Sch’dy
  • Save the Pine Bush March/ Ski/Hike – Early Spring Hike with Hugh Johnson at the Madison Highland Portion of the Pine Bush. Meet at End of Rt. 155 for GPS – 98 Madison Ave Ext 12203 Meet at 9:30 am

Mar 31 (Sun)

  • Schenectady Greenmarket inside Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm. Food, Vendors, Music, Produce and more. A great place to meet your friends.
  • Etude Club of Schenectady (classical music ensembles) atBeat the Snow Concert Series at 2:30 at the main branch of the Schenectady County Library at 99 Clinton St.


  • Through March 31 – Vince Forte Jr. “Celebrating Italian Artists” at the American Italian Heritage Museum at 1227 Central Ave. Albany
  • Through May 31– Multiple Artists Group Show at the Turf Tavern at 40 Mohawk Ave. Scotia.
  • Through March 31 – Colonie Art League Show at William K Sanford Town Library at 629 Albany Shaker Rd.
  • March through April 30 – Two Person Art Show by Vince Forte and Majorie Ward at Beltrone Living Center Gallery at 6 Winners Circle Albany
  • Through April 30 – Schenectady Art Show at Art Associates Gallery at 21 Railroad Ave.
  • Through April 30 — Multiple Artists. Winter in New York at Niskayuna Town Hall
  • May through August – One Man Show – Vince Forte at Niskayuna Senior Center at 2682 Aqueduct Rd. Sch’dy.
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