Free Events List for April 8 through April 15

Free Events List for April 8 through April 15

A Partial List

Apr 8 (Sun)

  • The Nellies performing. Emmanuel Friedens Concert Series at 3 pm. Meet & Greet following. 218 Nott Terrace Sch’dy
  • Autism Action Day at the Via Aquarium from 9:30 to 11 am. Contact Angelo Santabarbara’s office for reservations – no charge.
  • Schenectady Greenmarket at Proctors from 10 am to 2 pm. Entertainment and vendors.

Apr 9 (Mon)

  • Books Sandwiched In at Noon: Richer than a Millionaire by Danko and VanNess reviewed by Danko. Main Branch Sch’dy Public Library

Apr 10 (Tues)

  • Noon Organ Concert Series at Proctors MainStage with Bill Gaillard & Ben Reavis
  • Books Sandwiched In at Noon: The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy” by Dani Rodrik reviewed by Dr. Richard Alben. Main Branch Sch’dy Public Library
  • Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World – film screening and presentation by Tim Johnson, Exec. Producer. Native Americans influence on music. 7-9:30 pm at SUNY Cobleskill – Room 001 – Light refreshments.
  • Join us for the filming of The Schenectady Today Show at Proctors Underground at 10 am. This will be our last filming at Proctors Underground. We’re moving to THE ADDY THEATRE at Proctors.

Apr 11 (Wed)

  • Movies at Noon – Reels presents Roman J. Israel, Esq. at Main Branch of the Sch’dy Public Library.
  • Citizen Science: American Woodcock Survey Training from 7-9 pm at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center on new Karner Road.
  • Cuba-US Relations: A New Path presentation by Miguel Fraga, 1st Secretary of Cuban Embassy to the US. Unitarian Universalist Society at 405 Washington Ave. Albany, NY across from SUNYA Downtown Campus. 7 pm – Open to the Public

Apr 14 (Sat)

  • Signs of Spring hike at Woodlawn Preserve meet at Trailhead from 11 to 12:30 pm. Gifford Road 12304. Sponsored by Albany Pine Bush.
  • March for Science – Albany – rally from 1-4 pm at the West Capital Lawn. Citizen Science Day. Activity tables, speeches and march.
  • Repair Café at the Sch’dy Library Main Branch at 99 Clinton. Bring your items for repair. From 10 am to 2 pm. New event!
  • Birding for Beginners in the Reist Sanctuary. Call to register 518-388-7000
  • 2016 Schoharie County Grants Awards Ceremony & pot luck dinner and jam session. Bring a dish to share and instrument to play. The Hall in West Fulton at 6 pm.

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.

Other Events

  • Throughout the Tax Season – free tax prep
  • Through July 2018 — Exhibition 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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