Free Events for Feb 25 through Mar 4, 2018

FREE EVENTS (Partial List) for Feb 25 through Mar 4, 2018


Feb 25 (Sun)

  • Lake George Winter Carnival – starts at 10 am on Sunday
  • Sch’dy Light Opera Company with Broadway Music — Beat the Snow Music Series at 2:30 pm at the Sch’dy County Public Library
  • CD Release Party “Full Circle Vol. 2” at Van Slicks at the Rivers Casino from 2-5 pm
  • Sch’dy Greenmarket at Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm.

Feb 26 (Mon)

  • Noon Book Discussion “Lit Up: One Reporter, Three Schools, Twenty-Four Books That Can Change Lives”” led by Cathy Lewis from Sch’dy City School Board–  McChesney Room at Main Branch of Sch’dy County Public Library

Feb 27 (Tues)

  • Media & Foreign Policy” Great Decisions Discussion Series on Foreign Policy Issues starts at the Sch’dy County Main Branch at 9:30 am Runs through March each Tuesday
  • Noon Organ Concert Series at Proctors MainStage with Nixon McMillan and Claudia Bracaliello
  • Profiles of Legends and Legacies at Albany City Hall at 5:30 pm. Performance
  • Filming Schenectady Today Show at Proctors. Plenty of room in the audience. Meet the guests in person before the show. Arrival 9:30 am; Filming at 10 am.

Feb 28 (Wed)

  • Noon Movie “American Made” – with Tom Cruise at Sch’dy County Public Library Main Branch
  • The Tent of Abraham: The Power of Story to Encourage the Gifts of Hospitality. The Dominican Retreat and Conference Center in Niskayuna – check their With website for details
  • Weekly event at St. George’s Sch’dy Weekly Wed. Singing in Great Hall of the church on N. Ferry St. with Sacred Harp Singing from 6-8 pm

Mar 2 (Fri)

  • Confucius Institute presentation “Chinese Houses: The Architectural Heritage of a Nation” by Dr. Ronald Wang. 3:30 pm at Massry Center for business B012 Basement.

Mar 3 (Sat)

  • The Ugly Duckling, Children’s Opera, at Sch’dy Civic Players at 2:30 pm

Mar 4 (Sun)

  • Colonie Village Singers with Malcolm Kogut — Beat the Snow Music Series at 2:30 pm at the Sch’dy County Public Library

Other Events

  • Throughout the Tax Season – free tax prep
  • Through Mar 31 — Exhibit – Visions of Italy by the Sch’dy Art Society at the American Italian Cultural Museum at 1227 Central Ave. Albany — during museum hours.
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