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Yaddo Presents Jessica Bruder – Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century

Jessica Bruder, a Yaddo alumna, will share her account of the lives of a growing community of nomads – elderly workers left behind by the Great Recession who have taken to the road as … more

Story Time with the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra

Stars from the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra will share favorite picture books about music and will present a short violin performance as a preview of their upcoming concert. Visit northshire.com … more

Uncle Shawn’s Hugs blanket assembly

The Clifton Park Halfmoon EMS and the Capital Region United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots are taking over one woman’s effort to keep children warm this winter. Dawn Martin started “Uncle … more

Live at the Jazz Bar

Live at the Jazz Bar returns this November. The evening will include dance lessons from Diane Lachtrupp and Johnny Martinez, co-directors of Tango Fusion Dance Company, live swing music from Annie … more

Uncle Shawn’s Hugs blanket assembly

The Clifton Park Halfmoon EMS and the Capital Region United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots are taking over one woman’s effort to keep children warm this winter. Dawn Martin started “Uncle … more

Uncle Shawn’s Hugs blanket assembly

The Clifton Park Halfmoon EMS and the Capital Region United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots are taking over one woman’s effort to keep children warm this winter. Dawn Martin started “Uncle … more

Window Water Baby Moving

One of influential avant-garde filmmaker Stan Brakhage’s best-known works is Window Water Baby Moving (1959), a 12-minute silent film that depicts his wife’s labor and home delivery. The Tang … more

David Bromberg and Jerry Douglas

Two of the most admired acoustic guitarists of our time will team up to perform as part of The Egg’s American Roots & Branches concert series. David Bromberg is known for his ability to explore … more

“Votes for Women”

Join Kim Harvish of the Chapman Historical Museum as she presents national and local stories, songs and a re-enactor in celebration of the Suffrage Centennial of New York. Held at the Saratoga Senior … more

Home Voices: The American Civil War Experience through Words and Music

Historian and writer Wanda Burch and singer/songwriter John Kenosian present this program exploring the dreams and imaginings of those who fought in the war, as recorded in their letters, journals … more

Sipping For Seniors

Join guest bartenders as they serve up drinks at Bailey’s. All bartender tips and 20 percent of food and beverage sales will benefit the Saratoga Senior Center. Visit saratogaseniorcenter.org for … more

7th Annual Pints for Preservation Pub Crawl

With the support of local bars, this pub crawl will benefit Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation’s preservation efforts and restoration projects. Registration will begin at Druthers at 2:30 … more

Save energy, save dollars with Diane Whitton

Adult and Senior Center of Saratoga Learn how to reduce home energy use. This event is free. Visit saratogaseniorcenter.org for more information. more

History Mysteries with Kim Harvish

Kim Harvish of the Chapman Historical Museum in Glens Falls will exhibit a variety of historical items, from hats to handbags, leading up to the mid-20th century and discuss their history. Held at … more

Music Company Orchestra Holiday Concert

Tuesday, Dec. 5 7:30 p.m. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School This concert will benefit the Burnt Hills Rotary Club. Music Company Orchestra is a 70-piece nonprofit community orchestra run … more

“Hester Street” screening

At the turn of the 20th century, immigrants were flocking to the United States in search of a new life. Many Jewish immigrants settled in New York’s Lower East Side and struggled with conflicting … more

Concert of Thanksgiving

This benefit concert by The Music Company Orchestra will support the Schenectady Inner City Ministry’s 50th Anniversary Celebration at The Glen Sanders Mansion. Pieces to be performed include … more

“In Dreams and Madness”

Glove City Community Winds will perform under the direction of conductor Joshua Thompson, who has put together an unusual program called “In Dreams and Madness.” The show will include highlights … more

Breeders’ Cup Viewing Party

Watch the Breeder’s Cup races in the Hall of Fame Gallery. Food and drink will be available for purchase. This is a free event. For more information, call (518) 584-0400 ext. 133 or visit … more

Countdown to the Breeders’ Cup

This free event will feature racing experts Tom Amello and Michael Veitch, who will analyze each of the Breeders’ Cup races, offer predictions and answer audience questions. The first 150 guests … more
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