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   MARCH 2019 - CAPITAL REGION CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 
March 1 - April 14  COLORAMA FROM THE GEORGE EATSMAN MUSEUM
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.

EXHIBITIONS
Colorama from the George Eastman Museum
Wood Gallery
January 13 through April 14
For more than four decades, enormous advertisements displayed in New York City's Grand Central Terminal affirmed a picturesque notion of everyday American life. The 18-foot-by-60-foot images depicted an idyllic nation: beautiful landscapes, holiday celebrations, world-changing historical events, family road trips, and patriotism. This exhibition examines the captivating advertisements, offering insight into America, and the histories of advertising, photography, and technology. Thirty-six reproduced images from the George Eastman Museum depict an idealized past for a new generation, and serve as a welcome reintroduction for those who lived through the decades that helped shape photography. Organized by the George Eastman Museum.

10AM-5PM
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March 1 - March 30  FROM THE VAULT STAFF SELECTIONS
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
From the Vault: Staff Selections
Whitney-Renz and Hoopes galleries
January 20 to March 31
With approximately 4,000 works in The Hyde's permanent collection, it seems impossible to pick a favorite. But Museum staff members — education, administration, security, operations, visitor services, finance, and curatorial — have done just that. With selections that vary from prominent artists including Winslow Homer, Pablo Picasso, and Elihu Vedder, and significantly more obscure artists such as Greg O'Halloran and the Master of Monte Oliveto, From the Vault provides a deeper look into The Hyde's collection and insight into the people who do the behind-the-scenes work at the Museum.
(10-5pm daily, noon-5 pm on Sundays, closed Mondays)
11AM-5PM
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March 6 - 31  A SECRET HISTORY OF RIVER PEOPLE PHOTO DISPLAY
Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library
475 Moe Road - Clifton Park, NY  (518) 952-7077.
Beginning Wednesday, March 6, 2019 – Sunday, March 31, 2019 in the Library Display Case Under the Stairs and on www.twotownsonebook.org
A Secret History of River People Photo Display

Life along a river is one of the themes in our 2019 Book of the Year, Before We Were Yours, by Lisa Wingate.

A Secret History of American River People is a project created by Wes Modes, a Santa Cruz, California artist whose work is focused on social practice, sculpture, performance and new media work. He holds a Masters in Fine Arts from the Digital Art and New Media program at the University of California Santa Cruz. Wes has worked for years to build a collection of personal stories of people who live and work on the river from the deck of his recreated mid-century shantyboat over a series of epic river voyages. Photos of his most recent river voyages are displayed in the large glass display case located under the stairs of the Library. You may also visit his project website at http://peoplesriverhistory.us/category/blog/
2PM
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March 25   BINGO
Italian Community Center Bingo
1450 5th Ave. - Troy, MA (518) 274-0508

Games Begin At 7:30PM
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March 25    MANIC KARAOKE MONDAYS
Elda's On Lark
205 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 499-3532.

9PM/21+
Web Site

March 25    KARAOKE MONDAYS
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
10PM-2AM
Web Site

March 25    BINGO
Polish Community Center
225 Washington Ave. Ext. - Albany, NY (518) 456-3995.
Warm in the winter and cool in the summer for a nice night out! Jackpot $1,000. Kitchen opens at 6PM! Special Games and Great Food Specials every week!
Doors Open At 6:00PM - Games Begin At 7:30PM
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March 25  VINYL NIGHT
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
Classic Vinyl All Night. You Bring Em, We'll Spin Em
7PM
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March 25   MONDAY COMEDY NIGHT
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Monday Night COMEDY NIGHT at the Lark Tavern!! Come down and check out some of the area's up and coming comedians. Guaranteed laughs!!
9PM
Web Site

March 25  LIVE MUSIC/POETRY ETC..
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
7:30PM

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March 25   OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•Every Monday. All ages, all styles. Originals encouraged but not required.
•Free for Students / $3 for Adults
•Sign-up is 7 PM to 7:25 PM / Show at 7:30 / 2 songs or 10 minutes
You are welcome to use our Yamaha studio upright acoustic piano or acoustic Martin guitar. We can play your MP3 backing track through our sound system. You are welcome to bring amps and drums BUT set up and break down is part of your 10 minutes. The host draws names from a bowl at 7:30. The first person drawn gets first choice of timeslot, second gets second choice, etc. The host will add you to the end of the roster if you arrive by 8:30 PM.
•Full table service (see menu). No alcohol.
•Play Nice! We foster a diverse community that has a great time making art and helping one another get better. Excessive profanity, explicit sexual themes, and “humor” that unkindly targets a specific group undermines this goal. It is up to the discretion of the host to enforce the house standards.
7PM/$3 DOOR
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March 26  TRIVIA
Pauly's Hotel
337 Central Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 426-0828.

9PM
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March 26    OPEN MIC
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.

7PM

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March 26  TRIVIA TUESDAYS
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 694-8490.
Come check out our NEW trivia game. 4 Rounds including a music round. Now with many More giveaways!!
$25 Gift Certificate for the winner!
$.50 WINGS
$2 PBR
$3 BUD LIGHTS.
7PM
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March 26   OPEN MIC
Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia Street - Hudson
, NY  (518) 828-4800.
8-11PM
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March 26  TEAM TRIVIA
The Rusty Anchor Bar
1 Selke Drive - Watervliet
, NY  (518) 273-2920.
8PM
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March 26  TRIVIA
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
KNOW-IT-ALL? SMARTY PANTS? WISE GUY?.....PROVE IT!!
9PM
Web Site

March 27    KARAOKE & MARGARITAS
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
Web Site

March 27   OPEN MIC
McGeary's Irish Pub

4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455.
8PM/SIGN UP @ 7:30PM

Web Site

March 27   SMASH WEDNESDAYS OPEN MIC NIGHT
Geno's On The Avenue

2197 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 982-5004.
8-11PM

Web Site

March 27    BINGO
Knights of Columbus
46 Market Street - Amsterdam, NY  (518) 842-5260.

Games Start at 7:00PM

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   MARCH 2019 - CAPITAL REGION CALENDAR OF EVENTS (cont'd.)

March 27     POETRY OPEN MIC
Cafe Lena
47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022.
•First Wednesday of the month. Admission is $5.
• Sign-up from 7 to 7:25. Readings start at 7:30.
•Two short poems (less than one page) or one longer poem, with a limit of 5 minutes altogether.
•A featured poet reads for 20 minutes. Featured poets are booked by host Carol Graser. Generally, our features are established, published poets and/or have made significant public contributions to the regional poetry scene.
7PM/$5 DOOR
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March 28   THERAPY THURSDAY
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany
, NY  (518) 465-9079.
11PM-4AM
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March 28   TRIVIA
Graney's Bar & Grille
275 New Scotland Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 453-3299.

8PM
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March 28  GENEALOGY ONLINE WITH FAMILYSEARCH
New York State Library, 7th Floor Computer Classroom
222 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY
The NYS Library and the NYS Archives have partnered to become a FamilySearch Affiliate Library. FamilySearch Affiliate Libraries have onsite access to digital microfilm data that is not available to researchers using FamilySearch resources from their home computer. Senior Librarian Stephanie Barrett will demonstrate how to access genealogical records and family trees included in this database. She will also demonstrate how to print and save records. Seating is limited and registration is required.

TO REGISTER online go to http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/programs/ or e-mail NYSLTRN@nysed.gov or call 518-474-2274. Please let us know if any reasonable accommodation is required (Americans with Disabilities Act) at least three business days prior to the program date. The New York State Library/Reference Services, Cultural Education Center, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12230 (518-474-5355); http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/ . Join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/NYSLibrary.

3:30-4:30PM

March 28   INDIE ROCK NIGHT
Bomber's Burrito Bar
258 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 463-9636.

9PM
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March 28    BINGO
Clifton Park Elks
MacElroy Road - Clifton Park, NY  (518) 877-5200.

Games Start at 7:15PM

March 28  COUNTRY LINE DANCE LESSONS
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 $5
7-9PM/$5

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March 28   BINGO
Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Bingo
250 Maxwell Road - Latham, NY  (518) 453-2258.
Full kitchen & Bell Jars available.
Games Start at 7:30PM

March 28  OPEN MIC
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!
7-9PM
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March 29 - 31    LIBERTYCON 2019 - SEEKING SANCTUARY
Siena College

515 Loudon Road - Loudonville, NY (518) 432-4432.

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." -- President Barack Obama

Join with others as we link yesterday with today and work together to build a better tomorrow at this 18th annual Public History Conference organized by Underground Railroad History Project
Underground Railroad Freedom Seekers sought sanctuary in Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe. Today’s expression of sanctuary acknowledges that memory but is demonstrated in contemporary border confrontations at the Mexican and Canadian borders and in the seeking of sanctuary within the United States by those fleeing discrimination and oppression. We are all called to action to insure for all people the human rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Join with others to investigate this theme, explore the concept of Sanctuary and its relationship to the Underground Railroad movement, and the implications for us today.

FRIDAY- Opening Address (Siena College) (7pm-9pm) (Admission)

SATURDAY - Workshops, Round Tables, Speakers, Vendors, Exhibitors and more are part of this enriching weekend program. Come dressed in mid-19th century attire. Attend part or all of the weekend events. Appropriate for ages 10, if accompanied by an adult, and up. Presenters, facilitators and attendees include high school and college students, educators, historians, community members, preservationists, researchers, and others. (Siena College) (10am-5pm) (Admission)

SATURDAY - Movie, dinner, discussion (The Myers Residence) (5:30pm-9pm) (Donation)

SUNDAY - Open House (The Myers Residence) (1pm-5pm) (Donation)

Full details are available at http://www.UndergroundRailroadHistory.org/conference

“When we work for justice, no matter the outcome, the ultimate triumph lies in the fact that we made the decision to stand up. “ Barbara Smith, Author, Activist, Independent Scholar

March 29 - 7pm-9pm, March 30 - 10am-5pm and 5:30pm-9pm, March 31 - 1pm-5pm

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March 29     FRIDAY NIGHT REWIND
Water Works Pub
76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079.

11PM-2AM
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March 29    DAN BERNSTEIN
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

March 29   WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL FAN FEST
Albany Capital Center
55 Eagle Street - Albany, NY (518) 383-6183.

The Women’s College Basketball Fan Fest will take place at the Albany Capital Center on Friday, March 29. The event will include a “Taste of Albany” restaurant showcase, craft beer sampling from the area’s best breweries, college pep bands, exciting entertainment, live music, a DJ, kids’ activities, and more.
4-6PM
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March 29   LIVE MUSIC
Lark Tavern
453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490.

Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm
6-9PM
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March 29  THE OLD MAN BAND & CRAFT BREWS
Amsterdam Elks Lodge 101
8 Fourth Avenue - Amsterdam, NY (518) 339-2260.
All invited! The Old Main Band plays from 7-10pm. Doors open at 5:30pm. Craft Brew Flights and Cash Bar. Food for Purchase. Huge wooden dance floor. Enjoy the sultry, shoe stomping, song stylings of The Old Main Band. Plenty of off-street parking. Very friendly social crowd. $10.00 at the door. Call Michelle Egelston at 518-339-2260 if questions. See you there!!
7-10PM

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March 29  JOE'S BOYS BAND
Amsterdam Elks Lodge 101
8 Fourth Avenue - Amsterdam, NY (518) 339-2260.
All invited! Joe's Boys Band plays from 7-10pm. Doors open at 5:30pm. Cash Bar. Food for Purchase. Huge wooden dance floor. Enjoy variety of music from the 50's, 60's, 70's and favorite popular hits. Plenty off-street parking. Very friendly social crowd. $10.00 at the door. Call Michelle Egelston at 518-339-2260 if questions. See you there!!
7-10PM

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March 30 - 31  HV GAMERCON
Albany Capital Center
55 Eagle Street - Albany, NY
HV Gamer Con will bring together the best esport athletes from colleges across the Northeast for a full weekend of gaming competition on March 30 and 31, 2019 at the Albany Capital Center. In addition to the gaming, vendors and exhibitors from the biggest names in tech will be on hand for a Gaming Expo
11AM-3PM
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March 30    EJ RAY
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House

366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100.
We have free live music every Fri and Sat night.
7-10PM

Web Site

March 30  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
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March 30   DJ KARAOKE
Rusty Nail Grill and Tavern
1781 Route 9 - Clifton Park, NY (518) 371-9875.

10:00PM
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March 30  RALLY 4 REGGIE
Downtown Social
190 Glen Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 682-9345.
Just three months after marrying long-time beau Justin Wodicka, crisis has struck local woman Regina Bennett in the form of a type 4 glioblastoma cancer diagnosis before she could even embark upon her honeymoon. Friends and family of Regina are organizing a barn raiser benefit fundraiser on her behalf on March 30 at Downtown Social in Glens Falls. There will be a silent auction with original art, jewellery, handmade artisan goods, ski and vacation packages, gift certificate raffles, basket raffles and a 50/50 raffle. The event will headline live boot stompin’ bluegrass music featuring local favorites The North and South Dakotas and Brain Medicine, vocal powerhouse group The Resolutions bring their velvety, soulful harmonies to the dinner hour, and beautiful acoustic duets courtesy of folk duos The Burbigans and William Hale kick will kick off the event at 4pm. Refreshments will be provided by Downtown Social located at 190 Glen Street in the heart of Glens Falls who have generously offered to donate a portion of their proceeds from that evening to the fund. Doors will open at 3 pm on March 30 and music will begin at 4 pm. Any questions, or to donate to the gofundme, email Rally4Reggie@gmail.com or visit www.gofundme.com and search Regina Bennett. She is so loved.
4PM-12AM
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March 30   BINGO
Schenectady Bingo Palace
1866 State Street - Schenectady, NY (518) 374-2262.

Games Begin At 6:00PM
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March 30  CHUCKLES FOR KNUCKLES
American Legion Post 927
35 Cohoes Avenue - Troy, NY  (917) 292-5441.
Come see what happens when Nationally touring Comedians travel to the Albany to raise money for Women's Self Defense.

Dan Frigolette @danfrigolette (Boardwalk Empire, Totally Biased, Artie Lange Show) Adam Gabel (Hoboken Comedy Festival) and Katie Haller (Women in Comedy Festival) plus a few special guests in each city are Comedy's Best Kept Secret Tour -- amazingly talented comedians who haven't made it into the limelight...yet.

Plus South Africa's Robby Collins (opens for Dave Chappelle and Trevor Noah)

Proven comedians nationally and throughout the New York and Los Angeles comedy circuits, and now going coast to coast to keep Comedy's Best Kept Secret.
7-9PM
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March 31  BEER & BRUNCH
City Beer Hall
42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337.
BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
11AM-3PM
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March 31  WRITING WORKSHOP w/MARILYN McCABE
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street - Glens Falls, NY  (518) 792-1761.
Explore ekphrastic writing with acclaimed writer Marilyn McCabe. Explore a collection of artworks in verse and an accompanying tour of Colorama. Participants interested in writing poetry, short stories, and memoirs will be led through a series of writing and editing exercises. Perfect for all experience levels and art enthusiasts. $25 for members and $35 for non-members. RSVP by calling 518-792-1761, ext. 310, emailing adminassist@hydecollection.org.
1-4PM
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March 31  SUNNY SUNDAYS
miSci
15 Nott Terrace Heights - Schenectady, NY  (518) 382-7890.
Sunny Sundays are your opportunity to take a safe glimpse at the sun! Educators from the Dudley Observatory at miSci will operate our 14inch telescope inside the roll-top roof observatory, allowing visitors to safely look at the sun and search for sunspots. Other objects such as the moon and planets may also be visible. In the event of poor weather, we will have hands-on activities indoors instead.

The observatory will be open from 1-2:30pm every Sunday. miSci galleries will be open continuously from 12-5pm. Access to the observatory or activities is free with museum admission ($12 Adult, $10 Senior, $8 Child).
1-2:30PM
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