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THE CALENDAR  • CALENDAR DIRECTORYEXHIBITIONS

February 16-22February 23-29 • March 1-7 • March 8-14March 15-21March 22-28March 29-31

SUNDAY

MONDAY
TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

 

MUSIC


Rock Hill • Stephen Gallucci • 11 am-2 pm

 

Saratoga Chamber Players • “Sweet Sound of Song” • 3 pm • United Meth Church, Henning Rd. • info.saratogachamberplayers@gmail.com

 

THEATER

 

Skidmore • “Radium Girls” • 2 pm • Bernhard Theater

 

Barrington Stage • “10x10 New Play Festival” • 3 pm

 

Curtain Call Theater • “Switzerland” • 3 pm

 

FILM

 

Historic Deerfield • “Taken Away: The Captive Experience in the Late 1600s and early 1700s” • 2 pm

 

MISC.

 

Green Mountain Club • Hike Wilton Preserve, Wilton, New York (Mod, 4-5 mi, showshoes) • 9 am • Confirm w Allison Henry 802-779-4404

The Clark • First Sundays Free: “Improv” • 1-4 pm

 

 

2

 

FILM


Williams • Master Class – Anthony de Mare, piano - Visiting Artist • 4:15 pm • Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall

 

THEATER

 

Skidmore • “Radium Girls” • 8 pm • Bernhard Theater

 

 

 


 

 

TUESDAY
3

 

MISC.


Williams • Anthony de Mare, piano - Visiting Artist • 7:30 pm • Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall

 

THEATER

 

Skidmore • “Radium Girls” • 8 pm • Bernhard Theater

 

MISC.

 

NYS Writers Institute • Jennifer Block, health care journalist, in convo with Elisa Albert
• 4:15 pm Craft Talk • Stan Multi-Purpose Rm, Campus Center West Addition, • 7:30 pm presentation/Q&A • Huxley Theatre, NYS Museum, Cultural Education Center, Albany

 

4

 

MUSIC


Golden Era Recorded Music • “Mahler Fra Diablo” on LP • 7-8 pm • The Listening Place

 

THEATER

 

Skidmore • “Radium Girls” • 8 pm • Bernhard Theater

 

MISC.

 

Saratoga Arts • Advanced Gelli Plate: Printing with Ink • 1-4 pm • Pre-reg 518-584-4132

 


 


 

THURSDAY

5

 

MUSIC


Folklife Center • Bob Warren • Doors 6:30, music 7 pm • Crandall

 

Williams College • Williams Chamber Players • 7:30 pm • Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall

 

THEATER

 

Barrington Stage • “10x10 New Play Festival” • 7:30 pm

 

’62 Center • Sondheim@90@Williams: “Our Time” • 7:30-9 pm

 

Curtain Call Theater • “Switzerland” • 7:30 pm

 

Skidmore • “Radium Girls” • 8 pm • Bernhard Theater

 

MISC.

 

Saratoga Arts • Painting Birds in Pastel • 10 am-4 pm • Pre-reg 518-584-4132

 


 

 

6

 

MUSIC


Williams College • Sondheim@90@Williams -
• Symposium • 1:30 pm • Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall
• Alumni Concert • 7:30 pm • Chapin Hall

 

THEATER

 

Barrington Stage • “10x10 New Play Festival” • 7:30 pm

Curtain Call Theater • “Switzerland” • 8 pm

 

MISC.

 

NYS Writers Institute Albany Film Festival • Lady Pink, graffiti artist, activist & educator, and “Wild Style” (1983) • 7 pm • Film screening & Q&A • Page Hall • albanyfilmfestival.org • 518-442-5620

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

MUSIC


Williams College • Sondheim@90@Williams - Symposium • 9 am • Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall

 

Rock Hill • Keep Summer Safe • 7-9 pm

 

THEATER

 

Barrington Stage • “10x10 New Play Festival” • 3 & 7:30 pm

 

Curtain Call Theater • “Switzerland” • 3 pm & 8 pm

 

’62 Center • Sondheim@90@Williams: “Our Time” • 7:30-9 pm

 

MISC.

 

Chatham Bookstore • Melania Levitsky reads from her first book, “The Gold in the Ground” and preents her illustrations, which remain on display through April 26 • 3 p.m. • chathambookstore.com or 518-392-3005

 

NYS Military Museum • “Campaign to Saratoga, 1777,” by Eric Schnitzer • 2 pm • Free

 

Northshire (Manchester) • Off the SHELF: Paul Krugman (“Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future”) • 6 pm

 

Carving Studio & Sculpture Ctr • Gala/ Auction: “The Roaring 20’s” • 5 pm • Southside Steakhouse, Rutland, VT • RSVP to 802-438-2097 or info@carvingstudio.org

 

SPAC • 10th Annual Winter Ball “The Future is Now” • 7 pm • Hvarney@spac.org • 518-584-9330 x122 • spac.org