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November 2019

Troy Farmers’ Market

November 2, 2019 - April 25, 2020

Saturdays through April 9 AM – 2 PM The Troy Atrium, 49 4th 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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Schenectady Greenmarket

November 3, 2019 - April 26, 2020

Sundays through April 10 AM – 2 PM Proctor’s Theatre; Each Sunday shoppers, musicians and friends gather and enjoy the festive marketplace with 70+vendors who produce everything they sell. Enjoy live music, prepared food, and the region’s freshest local produce. Visit schenectadygreenmarket.org for information.

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December 2019

Schenectady Greenmarket

December 1, 2019 - April 26, 2020

Sundays through April 10 AM – 2 PM Proctor’s Theatre; Each Sunday, shoppers, musicians, and friends gather and enjoy the festive marketplace with 70+vendors who produce everything they sell. Enjoy live music, prepared food, and the region’s freshest local produce. Visit schenectadygreenmarket.org for information.

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Troy Farmers’ Market

December 7, 2019 - April 25, 2020

Saturdays through April 9 AM – 2 PM The Troy Atrium, 49 4th 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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April 2020

Take Up A Hobby

April 1 - April 30

Stuck at home on the weekend with nothing to do because of the outbreak? It’s the perfect time to learn a new skill or return to an old hobby. A great place to start would be contributor Judi Stone’s recent story, “Got Paint? Breathe New Life Into Your Tired Furniture,” which published in Capital Region Living’s February 2020 love issue. Go to crlmag.com to give it a read. Or try any number of the options below. Paint and sip from…

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Take Up A Hobby

April 1 - April 30

Stuck at home on the weekend with nothing to do because of the outbreak? It’s the perfect time to learn a new skill or return to an old hobby. A great place to start would be contributor Judi Stone’s recent story, “Got Paint? Breathe New Life Into Your Tired Furniture,” which published in Capital Region Living’s February 2020 love issue. Go to crlmag.com to give it a read. Or try any number of the options below. Just because you can’t…

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Take Up A Hobby

April 1 - April 30

Stuck at home on the weekend with nothing to do because of the outbreak? It’s the perfect time to learn a new skill or return to an old hobby. A great place to start would be contributor Judi Stone’s recent story, “Got Paint? Breathe New Life Into Your Tired Furniture,” which published in Capital Region Living’s February 2020 love issue. Go to crlmag.com to give it a read. Or try any number of the options below. Learn to bake from…

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Take Up A Hobby

April 1 - April 30

Stuck at home on the weekend with nothing to do because of the outbreak? It’s the perfect time to learn a new skill or return to an old hobby. A great place to start would be contributor Judi Stone’s recent story, “Got Paint? Breathe New Life Into Your Tired Furniture,” which published in Capital Region Living’s February 2020 love issue. Go to crlmag.com to give it a read. Or try any number of the options below. Many libraries across the…

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Get Outside

April 1 - April 30

On March 20, just before press time, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered residents to stay home as much as possible, with the exception of “solitary exercise” outside. Here are a few ways to enjoy the great outdoors around the region. Located just south of the Adirondack Park line in the town of Johnstown is Peck Hill State Forest, a nearly 3000-acre property spanning miles of wetland. The 1.5-mile Willie Marsh Nature Trail is its main attraction, as its boardwalks…

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Get Outside

April 1 - April 30

On March 20, just before press time, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered residents to stay home as much as possible, with the exception of “solitary exercise” outside. Here are a few ways to enjoy the great outdoors around the region. What better way to pass the time, by your lonesome, than fishing? Montgomery County is home to countless bountiful fishing spots, made more accessible by development around the Erie Canal. Check out the stretch of river from Lock 13…

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Get Outside

April 1 - April 30

On March 20, just before press time, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered residents to stay home as much as possible, with the exception of “solitary exercise” outside. Here are a few ways to enjoy the great outdoors around the region. Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is 1000-plus acrse of forest, meadow and wetland located in Lenox, MA. Home to many beavers, whose dams, dens and lodges are visible from seven miles of walking trails, Pleasant Valley’s offerings include the 30-…

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Order Food

April 1 - April 30

Many local restaurants are struggling after being forced to close their doors. Help support them by picking up takeout. Some might even Some even deliver your food straight to your to your front door or gate. Be sure to tip. The Town of Glenville celebrated its first “Take Out Week” from March 22-29, with many local restaurants offering meals for $18.20 (in honor of the year the town was founded). But just because Take Out Week is over, doesn’t mean…

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Order Food

April 1 - April 30

Many local restaurants are struggling after being forced to close their doors. Help support them by picking up takeout. Some might even Some even deliver your food straight to your to your front door or gate. Be sure to tip. While most regularly scheduled events throughout the region have been cancelled or postponed, the Hudson Flag Day Bar-B-Que is still on for Saturday, April 4. A $12 ticket, which must be purchased in advance, will get you half a chicken,…

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See A Show

April 1 - April 30

That’s right: Just because concert and performance venues are closed, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the art and culture coming to the region—or that’s already here. Saratoga Springs’ Caffè Lena already had a live digital feed for its regular programming schedule. So, it was an easy transition. The historic venue is now offering “Stay Home Sessions,” or live-streamed shows on its YouTube channel. At press time, Stay Home Sessions, with performers such as Warden &…

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See A Show

April 1 - April 30

That’s right: Just because concert and performance venues are closed, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the art and culture coming to the region—or that’s already here. Schenectady’s Mopco Improv Theatre, often voted the Capital Region’s best comedy venue, is another hot spot making use of the web during the COVID-19 pandemic. While all in-theater shows at the Jay Street space are cancelled, Mopco’s Owner/Artistic Director Michael Burns is hosting regular streaming shows on his YouTube…

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Take An Online Fitness Class

April 1 - April 30

All gyms have been shuttered due to COVID-19, so many are offering digital means to stay mentally and physically healthy. Here are a few online classes you can take at home, offered by Capital Region fitness businesses. Colonie-based fitness instructor Liz Filippone of The Mindfully Fit Ninja is taking her classes, which include yoga, BarreFlow and cardio/strength and conditioning, digital. Those interested can pay $15 via Venmo for 30 days of classes and will be added to a Facebook group…

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Take An Online Fitness Class

April 1 - April 30

All gyms have been shuttered due to COVID-19, so many are offering digital means to stay mentally and physically healthy. Here are a few online classes you can take at home, offered by Capital Region fitness businesses. Troy Dance Factory, a dance school located on River Street, has begun to live stream all its classes in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Additionally,it launched a Social Distance Dance Series that beginner to expert dancers from all over the world can…

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Take An Online Fitness Class

April 1 - April 30

All gyms have been shuttered due to COVID-19, so many are offering digital means to stay mentally and physically healthy. Here are a few online classes you can take at home, offered by Capital Region fitness businesses. Other area gyms, including Vent Fitness (Clifton Park/Guilderland/Latham/Niskayuna), Metabolic Meltdown (Green Island/Colonie/Clifton Park), the YMCA (multiple locations), anatomie (Troy), Schenectady Crossfit (Schenectady), Anytime Fitness (various locations) and many more are also offering online classes or workout plans to members. Visit your gym’s website…

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