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THE CALENDAR  • CALENDAR DIRECTORYEXHIBITIONS

November 10-16November 17-23 • November 24-30

SUNDAY

MONDAY
TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

24

 

MUSIC


New Skete Monastery • Saint Petersburg Men’s Ensemble • 2 pm • Free • 273 New Skete Ln, Cambridge, NY • newskete.org • 518-677-3928

Hudson Hall • The Orchestra Now • 3-5 pm

 

Northshire (Manchester) • Holiday Concert w/ Noel Paul Stookey • 3:30 pm

The Park Theater • Loudon Wainwright III • 6 pm

 

THEATER

 

Bridge Street Theatre • Concrete Temple Theatre’s “Packrat”• 2 pm • Mainstage • Tix: https://packrat.brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006

 

Hubbard Hall • “Faith Healer” by Brian Friel, perf. by The Little Terrible Theatre of Cork • 2 pm

 

Venable Theater • “Sweet Charity” • 2-3:30 pm • Venable Hall

 

Bennington College • “Lewiston:” A Play by Samuel D. Hunter • 3-4 pm • VAPA Lester Martin Theater • lhurley@bennington.edu • 802-440-4547

Bennington College • “Clarkston:” A Play by Samuel D. Hunter • 7:30-8:30 pm • VAPA Lester Martin Theater • lhurley@bennington.edu • 802-440-4547

 

FILM

 

Images Cinema • “Chi-Raq,” by Spike Lee • 9:30 pm

 

MISC.

 

Northshire (Saratoga) • Elizabeth Macy with “Lucky’s Adventures in Winter Wonderland” • 1 pm

 

Green Mountain Club • Cook Mountain Preserve, Ticonderoga • 9 am • Mod., 3 mi • Meet Main St. park, east end of fire station, Rutland City • Bring water, lunch • Hike leader: Allison Henry at 802-779-4404

 

Saratoga Health & Wellness • Dharma Meditation w/ Pierre Zimmerman • 9-10:15 am • By donation • Drop-ins welcome • 538 Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs

 

Old Chatham Quaker Meeting • Handmade Arts & Crafts Fair • 12:30-2 pm • Open • 539 Co. Rte. 13, Old Chatham, NY • www.oldchathamquakers.org • 518-610-3735

 

 

 

25

 

MISC.

 

Moreau Lake State Park • Western Ridge Hike • 10 am-3 pm • Adv-to-Expert, 6+ mi • Res req’d 24 hrs in adv • Meet/pay at park office

 

World Awareness Children’s Museum • Turkey Centerpieces Craft • 11 am-12 pm

 

 


 

TUESDAY
26

 

MUSIC

 

Club Helsinki • Open Mic w/ Cameron, Ryder & Friends • Sign-up 6 pm, Show 7-11 pm

 

MISC.

 

The Yoga Place • Qigong w/ Tracy Purdy Martin • 5:30-6:30 pm

 

World Awareness Children’s Museum • Colorful Foliage Tree Painting • 11am -12 pm


27

 

MUSIC


Fibhorn Gallery • Count Basie, Billy Strayhorn & Duke Ellington • 7-8 pm • 21 Thomson Ave., Glens Falls, NY

 

MISC.

 

One Roof Saratoga • Cancer Support Group with Pierre Zimmerman • 12 pm • Free, open • Pre-reg. req’d: 413-992-7012 • At Saratoga Hospital, 211 Church St.

 

Moreau Lake State Park • Western Ridge Hike • 1-4 pm • Mod, 3.5+ RT, steep • Res req’d 24 hrs in adv • Meet/pay at park office

 

 


 

THURSDAY

28

 

MUSIC


 

 

29

 

MUSIC


Dewey Hall • Concert & Dance w/ Dylan Perrillo Orchestra • Doors 7 pm, music 7:30 pm

The Colonial • Rev Tor & Friend’s Rock & Soul Holiday Show feat. Wanda Houston, Gina Coleman & Tony Lee Thomas • 8 pm

 

COMEDY

 

The Park Theater • Comedy After Dark at the Park – Headliner Chloe Hilliard • 8-10 pm

 

MISC.

 

Little Theater on the Farm • Huge Fall Barn Sale • 8 am-4 pm • www.littletheater27.org • 518-747-3421

 

Berkshire Scenic Railway • Tinseliner Train • 12, 2:30, 4:30, & 6:30 pm (departs Adams, MA) • www.berkshiretrains.org

 

Shelburne Falls, VT • Moonlight Magic holiday season kickoff & small business celebration • 4-9 pm


DANCE

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

MUSIC


Taconic Chamber Players • Thanksgiving Concert • 4-5:30 pm • At Manchester Community Library • taconicmusic.org

 

Bridge Street Theater • Robin Lacey, Saxophone • 7:30 pm

 

The Linda • Rochmon LIVE! “David Bowie Spectacular” • Doors 6:30 pm, event 7:30 pm

 

Troy Music Hall • The Ten Tenors: Home for the Holidays • 7:30 pm

 

DANCE

 

Lenox Contra Dance • “Coincidance” • Intro 7:45 pm, dance 8-11 pm • Lenox Community Center, 65 Walker St. • lenoxcontradance.org

 

FILM

 

Clark Art Institute • “Van Gogh and Japan” • 2 pm • Manton Research Cntr Aud. • clarkart.edu • 413-458-0524

 

Mahaiwe • “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) • 4 pm

 

MISC.

 

Chapman Museum • John Strough: “Waterways & Warfare: The Roles of Water in the Colonial Wars” • 2 pm

 

Ventfort Hall • Launch of Audio Adaptation of “Little Women” read by Anne Undeland, followed by a tea • 3:30 pm • Res.: 413-637-3206

 

Green Mountain Club • East Poultney Green, Poultney Area Rd. • 10 am • Route TBD • Meet Main St. park, east end of fire station, Rutland City • Bring water, lunch • Hike leader: Diane Bargiel at 413-687-1109

 

Moreau Lake State Park • Wreath Making Program • 10 am-3 pm • Limited space, adv reg req’d • $20

 

6th Annual Gift Back: An Alternative Gift Fair • 10 am-2 pm • Info: jfrigolette@glensfallhosp.org • www.glensfallsgiftback.org


• Spot Coffee, 221 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY, AND
• Strand Theatre, 210 Main St., Hudson Falls, NY

 

Berkshire Scenic Railway • Tinseliner Train • 12, 2:30, & 4:30 pm (departs Adams, MA) • www.berkshiretrains.org

 

Battenkill Books • 35th Anniversary Party! • Will Moses book signing 12-2 pm • StoryCircle “Tellabration” 7 pm

 

Nigra Center for Creative Arts • Prince & Princess Holiday Tea • 12-2 pm • Limited seating; Adv purchase required: 518-224-1083 or from Vintage Café, Johnstown, NY • pncreativeartscenter.org

 

Salem, NY • Annual Christmas Parade ‘Gingerbread Holiday’ • 2:30 pm •

Main St. • www.salemnychamber.com

 

Little Theater on the Farm • Huge Fall Barn Sale • 8 am-4 pm (bag sale after 2 pm) • www.littletheater27.org • 518-747-3421

 

The Georgi • “Glory Days – An Era of Industry” • 2-5 pm