The Schenectady Armory Center, in association with Bob Miller’s NYABC Boxing, is thrilled to present two days of the best amateur boxing in the northeast with boxers from: NYC, Canada, Boston, Buffalo, the Capital region, Syracuse, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and more. Tickets
2019 Hometown Heroes Banner Program
Nominate a Hometown Hero!
The DSIC and City of Schenectady are seeking nominations for honorees to be featured on sponsored banners during our 5th annual Hometown Heroes Banner Program. Banners honor active duty or veteran service members from Schenectady County and will be displayed on light poles in downtown from late May through mid-November.
We will be accepting nominations through Friday, April 19
GE Theatre – Join us for a night of international music and dancing with Mokoomba, one of Africa’s most exciting young bands, dazzling audiences worldwide with their knockout live shows and potent blend of traditional Tonga, Luvale, & Nyanja sounds laced with international styles from soukous to soul. Presented by Music Haven.
MainStage – An amazing seven-act Golden Oldies spectacular with The Duprees & Charlie Thomas’ Drifters co-headlining the show. Other appearances by The Marcels, The Capris, The Del-Satins, Jimmy Gallagher and Kid Kyle.
GE Theatre – Multi-instrumentalist MacLean is a songwriter, composer and charismatic performer. He has played concerts and festivals all over the world, from Carnegie Hall to London’s Festival Theatre and the Sydney Opera House.
The Addy – A free-spirited divorcee in her fifties spends evenings joyfully letting loose on the dance floor at various Los Angeles night clubs. Soon she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with the joys of budding love and the complications of dating.
GE Theatre – Given privileged access to the National Gallery, London and Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, this film explores many of the exhibition’s key works, through contributions from specially invited guest curators and leading art historians.
13th Annual Palm Sunday Bake Sale: A variety of baked goods suitable for Palm Sunday & Easter holidays, including Easter breads, cookie, pies, cakes and more. Open to the public.
First United Methodist Church April 13 – Final day to submit photos! 603 State Street Annual Lenten Photo Show: Everyone is invited to participate in this year’s Lenten Show. For each of the five weeks during Lent, a different theme has been chosen. Submit up to three photos that reflect the weekly theme.
Earth Day: Actions to Confront Climate Change: According to the fourth National Climate Assessment (2018), Earth’s climate is now changing faster than at any given point in the history of modern civilization, primarily as a result of human activities. A panel will help you understand the change that needs to happen, the actions that need to be made, and how every person in the community can help.
It Takes a Community: A community symposium featuring Brenda Ann Kenneally, who grew up in poverty in the Capital Region of Upstate NY. The day will also include a photographic presentation/panel discussion with families faced with the challenges of substandard housing and poverty.
Are you a muggle trying to escape the routine of everyday life? Are you a wizard or witch looking to return to the wizarding world? No matter your circumstance, you should come to miSci as we transform from a museum to an interactive experience space complete with everything a wizard, young or old, may need to expand on their magical journey.
NOTE: The CDTA Trolley will be running from nearby parking lots at Zion Lutheran Church and Bechtel to the museum from 11am-5pm.
Discover brilliantly colored native butterflies at miSci’s indoor butterfly house. 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.
Working On the Dark Side of the Moon by Dr. Thomas R. Willemain, Professor Emeritus at RPI. Presented by the Author. Dr. Willemain, who describes the rewards and challenges associated with working for a secret government agency.
Enjoy a fresh mix of true stories told by comedians, storytellers, performers and beyond – think The Moth or This American Life – but every story is either funny or has a twist that will leave you laughing!