Sunday Mar 18 @ 9:00 AM
Master Class with Antoinette
Lilananda Yoga – Deepening Your Yoga Philosophy. Yoga is more…go beyond your mat practice and learn ways to deepen and really live your Yoga in your everyday life. We will explore how asana on your mat , can translate to an amazing awareness and shift to rock your world! Practical, easy to understand and fun…not to be missed class for those that want more from their Yoga!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
The 2018 St. Patrick's & St. Joseph's Mass & Brunch
The Italian American Community Center (I.A.C.C.) – Join Us For The 2018 St. Patrick & St. Joseph Mass & Brunch! On Sunday March 18, 2018 The I.A.C.C. Foundation is hosting The 2018 St. Patrick's & St. Joseph's Mass & Brunch!!! Please join us at this annual event celebrating these two important saints. The mass celebrant is Father Chiaramonte and brunch will be served immediately following the mass. Below are more details about this event. ____________________________________________________ Cost: ~ $25/Individual (General Admission) Date: ~ 3/18/18 Time: ~ 10:00am – 2:00pm ~ Mass: 10:30am – 11:30am ~ Brunch Buffer: 11:30am – 1:30pm Location: ~ The I.A.C.C. – 257 Washington Ave Ext. (Albany, NY) ____________________________________________________ Mass: 10:30AM - 11:30AM ~ Celebrant: Father Chiramonte Brunch Buffet: 11:30 AM Beverages: ~ Assorted Juices & Milk Station ~ Coffee & Tea (served tableside) ~ Cash Bar @ Main Bar Buffet Selections: ~ Assorted Juices & Milk Station ~ Cash Bar @ Main Bar ~ Seasonal Fresh Fruit Royale ~ Bacon & Sausage ~ Scrambled Eggs ~ Corned Beef & Cabbage w/ Carrots & Potatoes ~ Pasta Cece ~ Baked Ziti ~ Cauliflower & Broccoli Fritters ~ Mixed Green Salad with House Dressing ~ Rolls and Butter & Italian Bread Dessert Selections: ~ St. Joseph Zeppole ~ Breakfast Danishes ~ Coffee Cake ____________________________________________________ For more information about this and other events hosted by The I.A.C.C. or The I.A.C.C. Foundation please contact us via phone (518-456-4222) or email (IaccOffice@ItalianAmerican.com).
Sunday Mar 18 @ 12:00 PM
One Giant Try It!
The Arts Center of the Capital Region – Explore ACCR's 13 studios, performance spaces and galleries are housed in historic 19th century buildings, and overlook beautiful Downtown Troy at Monument Square. Learn the basics of On-One Salsa with david aloka y Isabel Burlingham. Experience our large-scale pottery studio and learn about ceramic arts - work with the wheel and explore all things clay! Join teaching artist Kim Tateo in out Drawing Studio for Studio Sprouts, an experiential early childhood art program. Other interactive art mediums available include woodworking, printmaking, game design, salsa, swing dance, and more! Instructors and staff will be on-hand to talk about the Center’s classes for adults and summer camps for children and teens. All attendees will receive an additional 10% discount on all summer classes and camps and opportunities to win a free camp or class or membership. For more information, click the link below: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-giant-try-it-tickets-42685002993 And if you are interested in our classes and what we have to offer, click here: https://www.artscenteronline.org/ #518artscenter #artisforeveryone #enjoytroy
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Albany New York: Psychic Medium Matt Fraser Group Reading
The Desmond Hotel Albany – Speaking To The Dead: Don't Miss World Renowned Psychic Medium Matt Fraser LIVE in Albany New York at The Desmond Hotel & Conference Center A one of a kind uplifting & inspirational event that will reconnect audience members with their relatives from beyond the grave in a 2 hour group-style audience setting that will be followed by a book signing of The Secrets to Unlocking Your Psychic Ability. Cost To Attend: $45.00 Website: www.MeetMattFraser.com In this premiere event, you will be introduced to Matthew Fraser- an internationally recognized Psychic Medium, Author, and Spiritual Inspiration who has helped to bridge the gap between this world and the next through his sold-out live events across the nation and regular appearances on TV and Radio.Fraser (originally from Rhode Island) has been a highly sought after psychic and has performed hundreds of thousands of readings around the world- helping one person at a time. Aside from his live events, Matt has been active in aiding police departments on cold cases, and has brought comfort to families experiencing tragedy such as the relatives of victims of 9/11, those who lost children in the Sandy Hook Tragedy, and those dealing with unexplained passings. Heather Gersten, of Heather & Steve in the Morning, stated after a recent interview with Fraser that, "Matt's amazing! He totally reconnected me with my late Grandmother and let me know she was no longer in pain. He also revealed to me the exact conversation my husband had with his late father during a recent Father's Day visit to his grave. Wait until you meet him…he’s going to blow you away!" Matt has always felt the need to help others, and started in his teenage years when he became an Emergency Medical Technician working in the City of Boston. After keeping his gift a secret for years, fearing that he would not be accepted, Matt looked deeper into his abilities, and came to understand that being a medium was his calling and life’s mission. And now, Matt Fraser is bringing this event to us all! It will be the most amazing family reunion ever experienced!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Midnight Moose- Saratoga Studio
Saratoga Paint and Sip Studio – Try something new this weekend! Grab your friends/family and paint & sip your way through this majestic moose scene. When: Sunday, March 18th from 2-4pm Where: Saratoga Paint & Sip Studio 80 Henry Street Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Cost: $30 per person Book Your Seat Now: https://www.saratogapaintandsip.com/event/4228/midnight-moose Not artistically inclined? That's ok! A local artist will instruct you step by step, making it easy to complete this piece of art! At the end of the night, you'll take home a one-of-a-kind painting and hopefully a new found talent!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Cinema International at the J: The Zigzag Kid (2015)
Albany JCC – In this spirited and action-packed adventure young Nono, a nearly 13 year old dreamer, longs to be a detective like his father, the famous police inspector; but his wild nature constantly gets him into trouble. Fed up with Nono's fantasies and antics, his father sends him off to his uncle's. On the train, the very imaginative Nono discovers one last chance to prove himself. He meets the charming international thief Felix Glick, an old acquaintance of his father's, with whom he travels to the French Rivera and enters a world of intrigue and pursuits, crossing paths with the famous singer Lola Ciperola (Isabella Rossellini) and the mysterious Zohara whose secrets will change his life forever. Based on the beloved novel by David Grossman, The Zigzag Kid appeals to adults and children alike through its wit and humor. In Dutch, English, and French, with English subtitles (95 min.). $8/$5 Member Discount
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:45 PM
4 Week Beginner Yoga Series (Level 2)
Good Karma Studio – 4 Week Beginner Yoga Series (Level 2) Sunday 2:45pm- 4:15pm starting 3/18- 4/15 (no class on Easter 4/1) Sign up here: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=24145&stype=-101&sView=day&sLoc=0&date=03/18/18 This 4 week series is a continuation of the teachings from the Beginner Yoga Part 1, with more in depth explanations of poses and sequencing as well as breath and meditation. Building on the foundation of Part 1, we will explore the key areas of yoga in more detail to expand knowledge and proper alignment of common poses. Those who attended the Part 1, or students who have been practicing longer than one year, are welcome to join Rebecca for this new series.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 3:00 PM
Pirates On The Erie - Sunday Symphony
Palace Theatre – Some no good, swashbuckling pirates have taken over the Erie Canal and won't let anyone through. Can Ship-Captain Dave and the brave Albany Symphony musicians trick them into letting all the boats through? They'll need your help on this wild musical journey along the Erie Canal. Low Bridge, We’re Coming to Your Town! Featuring American musical classics by Copland, Bernstein, Sousa, a sing-along, and thrilling new works by Michael Torke and Dorothy Chang! Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Wed, 30 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Five For Fighting with String Quartet
The Egg Performing Arts Center – Singer, songwriter and pianist John Ondrasik – AKA – Five for Fighting – performs his hits such as “Superman,” “Chances,” and “100 Years” – accompanied by a string quartet.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 8:00 PM
Ty Dolla $ign - Don't Judge Me Tour
Upstate Concert Hall – $ 25.00 - $28.00 / Age 16 And Up Additional Info: 16+ with a VALID PHOTO ID unless with a parent or legal guardian 21 years of age or older Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/event/ty-dolla-ign-upstate-concert-hall-tickets/7901575?REFERRAL_ID=twfb
Sunday Mar 18 @ 8:15 PM
The Egg Performing Arts Center – As four guys looking like they’re fresh out of high-school and a girl in leatherpants played at the legendary rock-venue Lepakko in Helsinki, Finland, no-one could’ve known that one day they would be performing gigantic tours and would become the most successful band to ever come from Finland with album sales in figures with more than six digits, well known by their name NIGHTWISH. From their first album, “Angels Fall First” onwards, Nightwish gradually grew, or rather evolved. The Decades 2018 tour will showcase popular songs and never before performed cuts from the band’s deep catalog of music. Additionally, every ticket will include a special Decades Tour CD which will be distributed at the concert, we will also send some people camping with the Best Tent. A limited number of VIP Meet and Greet tickets will be available at every tour stop as well through the band’s fanclub, Enterthevault.com.
Monday Mar 19 - Apr 2 @ 6:00 PM
RAD: Rape Aggression Defense Course for Women
Albany JCC – The University at Albany Police Department will be facilitating a self-defense course for women JCC members. This 3-part course will provide comprehensive skills as well as an opportunity to try them out. Free for Members/$25 for Guests Parts 1&2: Awareness, Prevention, Risk Reduction and Avoidance Part 3: Hands-on realisitive training against "aggressors" For more information please contact Rachel Arnaud at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register online at albanyjcc.org/register. *all participants must attend all 3 classes/sessions*
Monday Mar 19 @ 6:30 PM
A Walk About The Lodge
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 3, Free & Accepted Masons, State of NY – This program, which will be led by one of our District's Assistant Grand Lecturers, V.W. Dan Valenti, is intended "to instruct and assist a newly Raised Brother to become more at ease and comfortable in a Lodge room that is seemingly full of customs, symbols and mysteries."
Monday Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM
Palace Theatre Movie Series: Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Palace Theatre – Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1977, 137 minutes, Rated PG TICKETS: By Phone at 518-465-4663 or in person at the Palace Theatre Box Office (19 Clinton Ave. Albany, NY)
Monday Mar 19 @ 7:30 PM
This Was the End: Opening Performance with G. Lucas Crane
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) – This Was The End is a multimedia performance inspired by canonical Russian playwright Anton Chekov’s Uncle Vanya. In the play, Vanya asks, “What if I live to be 60?” This Was The End answers that question through a story told by four actors in their 60s. Director Mallory Catlett is in residence at EMPAC with sound designer G. Lucas Crane and video designer Keith Skretch to develop their theatrical production into a multimedia installation about memory and time. Like the performance, the new installation features the architectural façade of the original Performance Space 122, an iconic NYC arts institution, to physically frame and contextualize Catlett’s adaptation. She and her collaborators will activate the historic façade with video and sound from their theatrical production, drawing viewers into the installation to investigate what came before, what is now, and what might be. SCHEDULE PERFORMANCE / OPENING March 19, 2017 at 7:30PM G. Lucas Crane will perform live sound inside the space. INSTALLATION / ONVIEW March 20, 2017 at 1–5PM. G. Lucas Crane is a sound artist and performer from Brooklyn, NY. Major projects include the psych-rock band Woods, the cassette-collage project Nonhorse, and the experimental theater of Performance Thanatology.
Tuesday Mar 20 @ 1:00 PM
This Was the End: Installation by Mallory Catlett/Restless NYC
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) – This Was The End is a multimedia performance inspired by canonical Russian playwright Anton Chekov’s Uncle Vanya. In the play, Vanya asks, “What if I live to be 60?” This Was The End answers that question through a story told by four actors in their 60s. Director Mallory Catlett is in residence at EMPAC with sound designer G. Lucas Crane and video designer Keith Skretch to develop their theatrical production into a multimedia installation about memory and time. Like the performance, the new installation features the architectural façade of the original Performance Space 122, an iconic NYC arts institution, to physically frame and contextualize Catlett’s adaptation. She and her collaborators will activate the historic façade with video and sound from their theatrical production, drawing viewers into the installation to investigate what came before, what is now, and what might be. SCHEDULE PERFORMANCE / OPENING March 19, 2017 at 7:30PM G. Lucas Crane will perform live sound inside the space. INSTALLATION / ONVIEW March 20, 2017 at 1–5PM. Mallory Catlett is a New York-based creator and director of performance across disciplines. She is the Artistic Director of Restless NYC whose production of This Was The End won an Obie Award. Other works include City Council Meeting, a regional theater experiment in participatory democracy and multimedia music theater piece Red Fly/Blue Bottle that performed at EMPAC in 2010. She has shown her work in New York City at Here, Performance Space 122, Abrons Arts Center, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Tuesday Mar 20 @ 5:15 PM
Lyra Hoop 4 Week Beginner Series
Good Karma Studio – Lyra Hoop 4 Week Beginner Series Tuesdays 5:15- 6:15pm $80/ 4weeks 3/20/18- 3/10/18 There are ONLY 8 spots, so sign up ASAP! https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=24145&stype=-101&sView=day&sLoc=0&date=03/20/18 This 4 week series is an introduction to the Lyra Hoop, or Aerial Hoop as it is sometimes called. This will be a complete beginner basics & fundamentals series, no experience is required! We will focus on building hand grip and upper body strength, knee locks, & some beautiful beginner poses within the hoop :)
Tuesday Mar 20 @ 5:30 PM
Star Party at American Legion, Ballston Spa, NY
Stars for our Troops Inc. – Join us as we cut and pouch American Flag Stars to let our current service members, veterans, and first responders know that they are not forgotten. Cash bar available or bring your own beverage.
Tuesday Mar 20 @ 6:00 PM
Sonic Borders II
Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery – Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Along the Border, experimental composer, multimedia artist, and performance artist Guillermo Galindo will perform an original composition using instruments he has crafted from discarded objects found at multiple sites along the Mexico-United States border. Along the Border presents Galindo's work, which explores the economic, political, and social issues around the Mexico-United States border. Since 2009, Galindo has created a series of instruments which he calls “cybertotemic sonic objects,” made from discarded objects found along the 2000-mile national divide. The exhibition features works constructed from discarded cans, shoes, bicycle wheels, wood, leather, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
Tuesday Mar 20 @ 7:30 PM
Palace Theatre – From its beginnings as a street performance in the UK, STOMP has grown into an international sensation over the past 20 years, having performed in more than 50 countries and in front of more than 24 million people. A unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy, STOMP has created its own inimitable, contemporary form of rhythmic expression: both household and industrial objects find new life as musical instruments in the hands of an idiosyncratic band of body percussionists. It is a journey through sound, a celebration of the everyday and a comic interplay of characters wordlessly communicating through dance and drum.