Free Events (Partial List) for May 13 through May 20, 2018

Free events – May 13 through May 20, 2018 (Partial List)

May 13 (Sun)

  • Happy Mother’s Day
  • Schenectady Greenmarket – around City Hall – Music, food and vendors from 10 to 2 pm
  • Albany Tulip Festival ends early evening. Music Tent all afternoon. Washington Park.

May 14 (Mon)

  • Special Feature – Dr. Gina Gould, new Pres. of miSci presentation “Dogs: A Curious Evolutionary Journey” at Noon in the McChesney Room of the Main Branch of the Schenectady County Public Library.
  • 46ers Panel Discussion in Old Chapel at Union College – 7 pm

May 15 (Tues)

  • The 46ers Documentary with creator Blake Cortright in the Reamer Auditorium at Union College
  • Join us at the Schenectady Today Show Filming at 10 am. 3rd Floor in the ADDY Theater at Proctors. Interesting Topics. Six Informative segments with 11 guests.

May 16 (Wed)

  • Lady Bird — Reels at the Main Branch of Sch’dy County Public Library at Noon
  • Readings and discussion marking the release of “Seeing the Forest: Reviews, Musings and Opinions from an Adirondack Historian” by Phil Terrie at the Kelly Adirondack Center at 897 St. David’s Lane in Niskayuna from 6 -7:30 pm

May 17 (Thurs)

  • Science Lecture Series: Science in the Albany Pine Bush Preserve from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Ages 15 and up.
  • Open House at Kingsway Community from 1-5 pm. Refreshments and Raffles for gift baskets. (323 Kings Road, Sch’dy)

May 18 (Fri)

  • Women’s Community Leadership Network –Topic “Grounded” – with Colleen Zorbas, owner of Zorbas Natural Foods — 11:45 am in Proctor’s Guild Room
  • Photography of Kay Flickinger Exhibit opening at Kelly Adirondack Center at 897 St. David’s Lane in Niskayuna from 7-8:30 pm
  • Veterans Memorial Dedication Ceremony at Niskayuna town hall at 6 pm.

May 19 (Sat)

  • Done It, Scene It — Party and Performance – Celebrating 90 years at Sch’dy Civic Players 7 pm
  • Niska-Day
  • Kelly Adirondack Center Open house from 3-5 pm in Niskayuna at 897 St. David’s Lane

May 20 (Sun)

  • Schenectady Greenmarket – around City Hall – Music, food and vendors from 10 to 2 pm
  • 50+ Living Expo from 11 am to 3 pm at the Rivers Casino and Resort

Other Events

  • Through May 2018 – Special Exhibit Room at the American Italian Heritage Museum “Gifts from our Grandfather”. Julius Pardi collection.
  • 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
  • May 1 through June 30 – Exhibition at the Sch’dy JCC “Israel @ 70: A Photographic Tribute by Margo Singer” in Farber-Miness Lounge of the Sch’dy JCC on Balltown Rd.
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