Free Events for April 15 through April 22


For April 15 through April 22

Apr 15 (Sun)

  • Schenectady Greenmarket at Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm. Entertainment and vendors.
  • Discover the Pinebush from 1-2 pm at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center at 194 New Karner Road.

Apr 16 (Mon)

  • Noon Program at Books Sandwiched in at Sch’dy Public Library main branch…. The Globalizations Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy by Dani Dodrik reviewed by Dr. Richard Alben, GE Global Research.

Apr 17 (Tues)

  • Featured: John Hill Band Performs and the Culinary Arts Program of Schenectady Schools will give us a cooking demonstration. Many other topics will interest you.  Join us in the ADDY Theater  3rd floor at Proctors at 10 am.
  • NYS and Federal Taxes are Due
  • Wild and Wacky Woodcock Walk from 7-8:30 pm at 195 New Karner Road at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center

Apr 18 (Wed)

  • Movies at Noon – Reels presents Darkest Hour at Main Branch of the Sch’dy Public Library.

Apr 19 (Thurs)

  • Open Rehearsal – Guest Artists join Faculty members for Jazz Improvisations. 3-4 pm open to the public. U Albany Performing Arts Center. Info at
  • April meeting of American Italian Heritage Museum on Central Ave. 7 pm Lisa Petrocelli and her brother will present “The Gloves Came Off; The Heart of Rome”/ Open to the public.
  • Science lecture Series at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center at 195 New Karner Road Albany. Active Management Practices Survey will be discussed. 6:30-8:30 pm
  • 2nd “Annual Electric City Trucks, Taps, Corks and Forks” at Liberty and Broadway Parking Lot in downtown Sch’dy. Noon to 4 pm. Free admission to attend. Sponsored by Schenectady ARC.

Apr 20 (Fri)

  • Women’s Community Leadership Network –Topic “Selfless” – with Members of the Muslim Soup Kitchen Project 11:45 am in Proctor’s Guild Room

Apr 21 (Sat)

  • Grand Reading Jamboree at Proctors from noon to 4 pm. Fun, food and more.  Pre-K through Grade 4 children – sponsored by Reading is Fun
  • Earth Day at the Pine Bush – Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center from 9 am to noon All ages.

Apr 22 (Sun)

  • Schenectady Greenmarket at Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm. Entertainment and vendors.

Other Events

  • Through July 2018 — Exihibition of Street photographs by Dave Tyson & Nicholas Amplo on Protest in the 60s-70s at Hamilton Hill Arts Center, Jerry Burrell Gallery at 209 Schenectady St., Sch’dy. 1-6 pm Weekdays
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