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|Enjoy this festive marketplace with weekly entertainment and more than 70 regional vendors|
|Music & Entertainment |
April 4, 5:30-8:30pm
Centre Street Pub
Rob Flemming March 30, 7pm
Good Time Charlies
March 31, 9pm
April 1, 9pm
Katie O’Byrne’s Skeeter Creek
March 31, 9pm
Mad Jack Brew Pub @
The Van Dyck
March 31, 7 & 9pm
Keith Pray Big Band
April 4, 8pm
Mia Scirorro Trio
March 29, 6pm
March 31, 9pm
The Stockade Inn
Carla Metz & Larry Acunto
March 30, 7-10pm
Eileen Mack & Rob Hunt March 31, 7-10pm
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Restaurants & Nightspots
|The Sound of Music|
|April 4-9Mainstage at Proctors|
A brand new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by three-time Tony Award® winner Jack O’Brien, is coming to Proctors. The beloved musical story of Maria and the von Trapp Family will once again thrill audiences with its Tony®, Grammy® and Academy Award® winning Best Score, including “My Favorite Things,” “Edelweiss” and the title song. More…
|2017 Hometown Heroes Banner Program|
|The DSIC and City of Schenectady are seeking sponsors for our third annual Hometown Heroes Banner Program. Banners honor active duty or veteran servicemembers and will be displayed on light poles in downtown from late May through mid-November. This year, the program has expanded to include eligible honorees from across Schenectady County.Sponsorship commitments due by Friday, April 7|
|On The Stage |
Les 7 Doigts de la Main – March 29, 7:30pm
Mainstage – Cuisine & Confessions: This cirque banquet will satiate your most visceral senses with high-flying, eye-popping acrobatics, elaborate choreography, and pulsating music.
Bryan Ferry – March 30, 8pm Mainstage – From the band Roxy Music to brilliant solo work, Bryan Ferry’s music career has spanned more than 40 years. His voice has been described as an “elegant, seductive croon.”
Graeme of Thrones – March 31- April 2 GE Theatre – In this critically-acclaimed theatrical journey through the Seven Kingdoms, avid ‘Thrones’ fan Graeme just wants to recreate his favorite fantasy saga on stage. Graeme Of Thrones is an original and unauthorized parody of the international phenomenon that is Game Of Thrones.
Girls Night: The Musical – March 31, 8pm Mainstage – This touching and hilarious ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ musical takes audiences on a journey into the lives of a group of female friends.
The Gazillion Bubble Show – April 2, 3pm Mainstage – Step into an interactive bubble world and be dazzled by spellbinding lasers, spectacular lighting effects, and jaw-dropping masterpieces of bubble artistry. It will make you smile, laugh, and feel like a kid all over again!On The Screen
Roman Holiday (1953) – April 3 at 2, 4:30 & 7pm
GE Theatre – Overwhelmed by her suffocating schedule, a touring European princess (Hepburn) escapes incognito for a night alone in Rome.
George Orwell’s 1984 – April 4 at 4:30 & 7pm
GE Theatre – Based on George Orwell’s classic novel. John Hurt portrays Winston Smith, a government employee whose job involves the rewriting of history in a manner that casts his country’s leaders in a charitable light.
| Great Flats Brewing 151 Lafayette StreetNOW OPEN!|
A New York State farm brewery that focuses on brewing American style ales and lagers. Open Wednesday – Friday at 4pm and Saturday & Sunday at noon.
C.R.E.A.T.E. Community Studios March 31, 6-8pm 137 State StreetWatercolor – Dive right into the exciting playful art of watercolor. Learn about supplies, paper, techniques and tricks to make your paintings pop with color and life!
Puzzles Bakery & Cafe
515 State Street
Come and celebrate Puzzles’ 2-year anniversary. Live music, free cupcake with purchase of a meal and more!
Startup Tech Valley
April 5, 6-8pm
GE Theatre at Proctors
Startup Tech Valley is a monthly meetup for first-time entrepreneurs, experienced entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, employees of startups, service providers to startups, and anyone else who wants to be involved. After party at Transfinder! Register
Schenectady County Historical Society
April 5, 11am Secret Stockade Tour: Discover the Stockade and its secrets with a walking tour, lunch at historic Arthur’s Market, a peek inside a private 1820s Stockade home, and a visit to the Schenectady History Museum.
April 6, 6-7pm
SEAT Center, 131 state Street
Whether you are new to the area or want to fine tune your skills, this workshop is for you! Learn how to recycle, its importance and how recycling fits into the Earth’s bigger picture.
Save the Date!
April 15, 2-6pm
Schenectady Armory, 125 Washington Avenue
One of the most unique craft beverage events in the region! Enjoy samples from local Capital Region beer and cider producers, along with local live music, vendors, food and games. All proceeds go to benefit the Capital Craft Beverage Trail Association.
|10 North Jay Street Team Night March 30, 7pm|
Local improv groups take over The Mopco stage!
Maestro: One Improviser to Rule Them All
March 31, 8pm
In this exciting format, improvisers of all levels compete to escape elimination and be crowned the evening’s winner.
April 1, 8pm
An all-out rumble between two improv behemoths,directing a cast of seasoned improv comedy pros.
Laughternoon April 4, 2pm An afternoon show full of fun, interactive comedy and music, courtesy of the Capital Region’s favorite improv troupe.
|miSci (museum of innovation and science)|
|15 Nott Terrace Heights|
Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 12-5pm
10th Annual Big Bang at miSci Gala
May 5, 6-9pm
Celebrate a decade of discovery while enjoying an evening of gourmet cuisine, premier networking, exciting silent auction, live music, ground fireworks and much more!
April 3, 3-4pm
Senior Science Day: NASA”s Great Observatories
Through April 23
The butterflies are back at miSci! Watch butterflies at every stage of life — from egg to the chrysalis chamber to adulthood. Learn about different species of butterflies from the area, what butterflies eat, and how scientists use butterflies as examples for new technology.