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January 2019

Troy Waterfront Farmers Market

January 5 - April 27

9am – 2pm Troy Atrium; Same great market indoors for the winter months! Visit troymarket.org for more information.

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February 2019

The Amazing Miniature World of Buttons

February 23 - April 30

Rensselaer County Historical Society; Held over by popular demand! For more information visit rchsonline.org.

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April 2019

Creation Station: April Showers

April 19 - April 28

VARIOUS TIMES Bethlehem Public Library Community Room; Make a rainy day picture in the Children's Place. Come at any time during the school vacation week. For more information, visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

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Girls Inc. 30th Annual Dinner & Auction

April 25

5:30 – 8:30 PM Glen Sanders Mansion; Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart and bold. The event’s Honorary Chair is Mary Bayly Skevington and Honoree is Angelo Mazzone. For more information visit girlsinccapitalregion.org.

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Troy Waterfront Farmers Market

April 27
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An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Saturday, repeating until April 27, 2019

9am – 2pm The Troy Atrium – Moving inside for the winter months. troymarket.org

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Troy Waterfront Farmers Market, The Troy Atrium

April 27
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An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Saturday, repeating until April 27, 2019

Saturdays through 4/27 9am – 2pm Moving inside for the winter months. troymarket.org

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Canal Clean Sweep

April 27

8 AM – 12 PM Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site, Fort Hunter; We have an amazing volunteer project occurring for Canal Clean Sweep this year. Come help the Friends of Schoharie Crossing clear a new trail from Yankee Hill to South Amsterdam along the banks of the Mohawk River. Register on the Parks and Trails NY Website in the “ticket” section. For more information, 518.829.75164/27

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Garden Party

April 27

11 AM – 2 PM Cransville Church, 105 Craneshollow Road and Route 5, Amsterdam; Free Admission, food will be available for purchase, garden and yard themed raffles, garden Q & A and more. Call 518.842.7874 for more information.

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Laurie Berkner

April 27

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall; Bring your little ones to enjoy “Adele of the preschool crowd”! For more information visit troymusichall.org.

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Saturday Cinema: Green Book

April 27

2 PM Clifton Park Halfmoon Public Library; A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. For more information visit cphlibrary.com.

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The 4th Sunday Community Ballroom Dance

April 28

6:30 PM The Polish Community Center, Albany; Join in on this fun monthly activity featuring DJ Brian Zapel, great snacks, mambo lesson at 6:30 pm by Eileen Spadaro and a dance showcase by Tom Hourigan and guest. $12 pp, Open to the Public. For more information call 518.452.6883.

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Tales of the Majestic Hudson

April 28

2 PM Clermont State Historic Site, Germantown; The Hudson River has been compared to the Rhine in both beauty and in the variety of vistas. Come join us for this special presentation where Captain Stan will explore some of the often unknown and unique features of the Hudson Valley and uncover a mystery or two. For more information, visit friendsofclermont.org

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Hooked on Blacksmithing Workshop

April 28

9 AM Mabee Farm, Rotterdam Junction; Join our resident blacksmith John Ackner as we learn to make hooks and adjustable fireplace trammels. For more information and to register visit schenectadyhistorical.org

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May 2019

The Friends of Colonie Library Used Book Sale

May 2 - May 5

Various Times Colonie Library; Most books, CDs, and DVDs are $1. Some special items priced slightly higher. On May 5, a bagful of books will cost $2 (small grocery bag) or $5 (large grocery bag). Visit colonielibrary.org or call 518.810.0314 for more information.

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Book, Bake & Plant Sale

May 2 - May 3

12 PM – 7 PM Frothingham Free Library; Gently used books and DVDs will be for sale, along with plants for your garden. Don’t forget the delicious homemade baked goods! Call 518.853.3016 for more information.

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Coffee and Conversation: The Art of Blacksmithing

May 3

1 PM – 2 PM Bethlehem Public Library; A modern-day blacksmith will talk about the trade and its traditions. Co-sponsored by Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc. & Bethlehem Public Library. Visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 518.439.9314 for more information.

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A Place for Nature in Victorian Waterford

May 3

7 PM – 9 PM Waterford Historical Museum & Cultural Center; This exhibit explores the lawns, parks and indoor gardens and the Victorian values associated with them. Light refreshments will be available. Visit waterfordmuseum.com for more information.

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St. Mary’s Healthcare 43rd Annual Gala Ball

May 4

6 PM The Desmond Hotel; Join local patrons in support of the hospital’s foundation with an evening of celebration and dancing including great food and a silent auction. Visit smha.org for more information.

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Star Wars & More: A Salute to John Williams

May 4

3 PM Palace Theatre; The music of John Williams has transported us beyond our imaginations to new worlds and through heart-pounding adventures. Albany Symphony plays your John Williams favorites: Superman, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harry Potter, E.T., and Star Wars. Visit albanysymphony.com for more information.

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Pete Seeger Centennial: Wasn’t That a Time

May 4

1 PM Bethlehem Public Library; Music writer Jesse Jarnow will explore the life and times of this celebrated folk musician in a multi-media presentation that will feature photos, recorded music and live performances by banjoist Richie Stearns and folk fiddler Rosie Newton. Visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 518.439.9314 for more information.

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Marilyn Miller and Friends Band

May 4

8 PM The Valatie Community Theatre; Visit valatiecommunitytheatre.org for more information. Visit brownpapertickets.com for tickets or purchase at the door.

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Village Wide Yard Sale

May 4

9 AM Kinderhook Village; Visit villageofkinderhook.org for more information.

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Germantown: Hudson River Shoreline Cleanup

May 4

9 AM Ernest R. Lasher Memorial Park; Volunteer for a day of service for the Hudson River. Volunteers should wear sturdy shoes, clothes that can get dirty, and bring a hat, sunscreen, a reusable water bottle, and snacks. Contact sweep@riverkeeper.org for more information.

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Sammonsville Spring Festival

May 4 - May 5

9 AM – 5 PM 1362 State Hwy 67, Johnstown; Sammonsville Ladies Auxiliary is hosting a Spring Craft fair just in time for Mother’s Day. There will be vendors, food, music and more! Email ladiesauxsvfd@gmail.com for more information.

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Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market

May 4
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An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Saturday, repeating until October 26, 2019

Saturdays May thru October 9 AM – 2 PM Monument Square, River Street; Where the Farm meets the City!! Nearly 100 local farmers and fresh food vendors! Visit troymarket.org for more information.

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Saturday Walking Tours

May 4
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An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Saturday, repeating until May 25, 2019

Saturdays in May 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM Downtown Troy; Join the Rensselaer County Historical Society as they embark on a walking tour of Troy. Visit rchsonline.org for more information.

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Free Comic Book Day

May 4

All Day Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library; Stop by the library to pick up your free comic book. For teens in grades 6-12. Visit cphlibrary.org for more information.

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Capital Roots’ 32nd Annual Spring Brunch

May 5

10 AM – 2 AM Empire State Plaza Convention Center; Join Capital Roots for their annual family event featuring dishes from over 125 local restaurants, silent auction, children's activities, and more! Visit capitalroots.org for more information.

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20th Annual Albany History Fair: “Albany: The Great American Story”

May 5

12 PM – 4 PM Historic Cherry Hill; The historic home’s annual history fair will feature a literary theme with an unrivaled slate of activities free of charge. Visit albany.org for more information.

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Fun and Games for Grownups

May 6

6 PM Bethlehem Public Library; An adults-only gathering where you can play games and socialize. Snacks served! Visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org or call 518.439.9314 for more information.

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