The Albany Rail Yard
1118 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 813-9359.
and Drink Specials all Night. Have a few drinks and dance the
8 4th Avenue - Amsterdam, NY (518) 842-6363.
Games Start at
Clifton Park Elks
MacElroy Road - Clifton Park, NY (518) 877-5200.
Games Start at
COUNTRY LINE DANCE
Boars Nest Bar & Grill
1263 Patten Mills Road - Fort Ann, NY (518) 761-9088.
Interested in learning how to country line dance? It's great
exercise & fun. Absolutely love Tasha our new country line
dancing instructor! She is amazing and takes her time teaching
to make sure everybody knows what they are doing and are
comfortable with the moves. Definitely make sure you come check
her out Thursday nights from 7 to 9 PM! She's bringing the life
back to line dancing again teaching all the new line dances to
all the country songs you want to dance to! For all ages. Only
FASHION ON THE RUNWAY
745 Albany Shaker Road - Airplane Hangar 202 - Latham, NY
IntegraOptics, a global provider of carrier-grade fiber-optic
components and custom-engineered networking solutions, in
conjunction with Marini Homes, will be hosting a women’s and
men’s couture fall fashion show to benefit the Center for
Disability Services. Participating boutiques will include Saks
Fifth Avenue, Worth New York, and The Shoppes at Newton Plaza
with all models’ makeup and hair to be styled by Complexions Spa
for Beauty & Wellness, Rumor’s Salon and Spa, Jenna’s Salon, and
Jean Paul Salon & Spa.
In addition to viewing the latest fashion trends, guests will
enjoy “Jet Fuel”, a signature cocktail at the 202 Hangar
compliments of Pristine Vodka, an open bar, international food
stations provided by Mazzone Catering, and music from DJ Dread.
A live auction of various high-end items will also include an
airplane flight with the night’s featured guest, Astronaut
Marcos Cesar Pontes, the first Brazilian in space. All evening,
right outside the 202 Hangar doors, will be exotic cars and
vintage airplanes on static display. Interior designer and
former fashion model, Paula McCormick will serve as emcee.
Attendees are encouraged to bring an unwrapped children’s toy to
donate to the Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots. IntegraOptics serves
as the program’s headquarters in Upstate New York. Tickets are
$125 each or $75 for guests 30 years old and under and can be
purchased online at www.cfdsny.org or call Karen Coleman at
518-944-2107 or email@example.com
BY INTEGRA OPTICS & MARINI HOMES
Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Bingo
250 Maxwell Road - Latham, NY (518) 453-2258.
Full kitchen &
Bell Jars available.
Games Start at
A NIGHT FOR HEALTH &
Saratoga National Golf Club
448 Union Avenue - Saratoga Springs, NY (518) 595-9007.
Join us in the
Ballroom at Saratoga National Golf Club for an evening to raise
funds for health & hope! On Thursday, September 29, 2016 from
5:30-8:00pm, guests will enjoy the open bar, passed appetizers,
magnificent autumn views from the Ballroom patio, food and
beverage pairings, a silent auction, raffle, and live music from
local artist Just Nate. Dress code: Cocktail attire or summer
business casual. Guests will also have the opportunity to learn
about Saratoga Springs-based Kupona Foundation, an organization
that is unlocking the potential of Tanzanian women and children
living in poverty. Kupona is providing access to high quality
healthcare and setting families on the path to a healthy and
productive future. Learn more at
www.kuponafoundation.org Stay tuned for more event
updates this summer! Interested in golfing at Saratoga National
and making a full day of it? Contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 518.595.9007 to learn more about individual and foursome
pricing for A Round for Health & Hope, the golf outing portion
of our fundraiser at Saratoga National Golf Club, with a shotgun
start at 12:30pm. Contact Samantha at email@example.com
or 518.595.9007 for more information about the event and
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY (518) 583-0022.
This open mic is
for all styles of music and spoken word performance, including
poetry, comedy, and storytelling. Most of what you'll hear is
original songs on acoustic instruments, but we warmly welcome
whatever you have to offer. Performer registration is from 7 to
7:25 PM. Performances start at 7:30. No advance registration by
phone is permitted. Participants play two songs or speak for 10
minutes. Excessive profanity and vulgarity are strongly
discouraged. Please bear in mind that Caffè Lena is not a bar
and often has children in the audience. No advanced ticket
sales. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
BINGO AT GERMANIA HALL
Troy German Hall
309 3rd Avenue & 107th Street - Troy, NY (518) 237-5008.
Games start at 7
PM, Kitchen open from 5 to 7 PM. Prizes to $1,250 - two 50/50
games. Lighted Parking Lot, Sliding chair at entrance to help
those with problems with stairs.
Doors Open At
Rustic Barn Pub
150 Speigletown Road - Troy, NY (518) 235-5858.
Come check out the
best open mic in the capital district! with a different guest
host every week, its never the same always different! lights,
sound, stage and drum set provided ... Come check it out!
September 30 - October 30
FIELD OF HORRORS
100 Farrell Road - Brunswick, NY (518) 221-5292.
We are a fun,
interactive, safe family themed haunt located right off of
Hoosick St. Easy to get to, we offer multiple attractions
including haunted houses, hayride, food and other fun spooky
themed events! With all scare factors covered, you will enjoy
this event to death!
The Garcia Project
faithfully channels and projects the feelings, emotions and
music that propelled the Jerry Garcia Band and the fans through
many years of musical bliss. It’s about family, soul searching,
rejoicing, contemplating, celebrating, seeking truth and loving
one another. It’s The Garcia Project.
FRIDAY NIGHT REWIND
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.
KARAOKE w/ KEVIN THE
Broadway Joes of Albany
51 South Pearl Street - Albany, NY (518) 432-5637.
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.
4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft
Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
Graney's Bar & Grille
275 New Scotland Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 453-3299.
LADIES NIGHT - SEX IN
Elda's On Lark
205 Lark Street - Albany,
NY (518) 499-3532.
Boys & Girls Club of Southern Rensselaer County
544 Broadway - Rensselaer, NY (518) 465-3403.
Over $1500 in
prizes/Concession/Pull Tabs/Spacious Bingo Hall/Ages 10+
Only/Door card prices start at $3.00
DOORS OPEN @ 6PM, BINGO BEGINS @ 7:15PM
SLAYING THE DRAGON
The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca
9 Maple Avenue, 2nd Floor - Saratoga Springs, NY
The Law Office of
Andrew DeLuca, located on the second floor at 9 Maple Avenue in
Saratoga Springs, is proud to host an Innovative Art Show,
Slaying the Dragon, on Friday, September 30 from 6 to 8 PM in
the law office’s conference room. This event is FREE and open to
the public. Mr. DeLuca has partnered with The Prevention Council
for the show, in which several well-known and up-and-coming
local artists will display their work.
As an attorney, Mr. DeLuca frequently handles the criminal
justice aspects of heroin addiction, and has decided to use his
passion for the arts to shed light on the problem. “We are in
the midst of an epidemic and people are paying attention, but
this is an issue that requires ongoing collaboration,” he
explained. “Art is provocative; it facilitates new perspectives
and deeper understanding. Such a complex social problem requires
creative, even artistic solutions. An art exhibit seemed like an
interesting way to bring a diverse group of people to the table
for essential conversation.”
Slaying the Dragon will feature works by sculptors Noah Savett
and John Van Alstine and painters Susan B. Hale, Zack Lobdell,
Tom Myott, Bryce Rose Takeyce Walker, Angel Cortes and Kendra
Farstad. Refreshments will be served.
The art on display will be for sale, with a portion of the
proceeds donated to The Prevention Council, a well-respected
non-profit organization in Saratoga Springs that has deep roots
in the community and strong relationships with schools, mental
health agencies, and the judicial system. The Prevention Council
works to give young people the skills to choose healthy
behaviors, and to prevent bullying and promote internet safety.
The organization also presents substance abuse education