Quality events for this weekend

Friday March 1

Nathan Meltz and the House of Tomorrow, Armbruster, Billy and the Great Western Postal Service at No Fun: Indie/pop/punk.

Girth Control, Do It With Malice, PWRUP, Uncle Frank Says No at Empire Underground: Punk/metal/ska.

Rollerskate Meet-up at Endure Skatepark: 9-12, all levels welcome.

Skate Meet-up at Endure Skatepark: 12-3, all levels welcome.

Emo Night Karaoke at Lost and Found: With live band!

Hex at Fuze Box: Goth night.

Sanctum Friday at SOE Rensselaer: Hardcore show with Horse Grave, Bad Impressions, Next Prey Killed, and x5x1x8x.

Halo Bite, Canella, Unto at AIR: All-ages hardcore show.

90s & 2000s Dance Party at FASC: With DJ Ayo.

Pop Culture Provocateurs Present: Pete & Pete Burlesque Review at Avalon Lounge (Catskill): Burlesque show.

90’s Dance Party at Avalon Lounge (Catskill): With DJ Tryst.

Grand Opening Show at Paper Noon: With Jennifer Haley, Goldeedust, Rally.

Letterkenny Presents: A Night of Stand Up at The Egg: Featuring Mark Forward and Jeff McEnery.

Saturday March 2

Planetarium Party (Pieces SZN) at No Fun: Dance party. With DJ Tall Ass Matt.

Biohazard, Brick By Brick, Concrete Ties, Violent By Design, Torn Out at Empire Live: Hardcore.

Ten Transcendental Etudes at MASS MoCA: “evening-length piece for 6 performers that melds sampling, sound design, and physical theater”

Golem, Ivy and the Vines, Stone Skipper, Mall Goth, Billy and the Great Western Postal Service and DJ ChizZzik at Greenhouse: Multi-genre show.

Primal Disco at Avalon Lounge (Catskill): Dance party for everyone.

Trench at Whiskey Pickle: Dance party.

Sunday March 3

Quartet A at Avalon Lounge (Catskill): Jazz.

Nkodia, Daniel Kleederman, Allie Young at Avalon Lounge: R&B/soul/power-pop/alt.

Evergreen things to do

Classes at Honest Weight Food Co-Op: Free and low-cost community classes, events, and services.

Art Omi: The sculpture fields are awesome.

Day trip to MASS MoCA: Pretty drive and a great museum.

Olana State Historic Site in Hudson: Rotating weekly programs and a landscape to get lost in.

Opalka Gallery: Check out the latest exhibit at Sage’s Opalka Gallery (closed Sundays).

The NYS Museum: Bunch of great exhibits and it’s right in your backyard.

Movies at Madison Theater: Albany’s only dine-in theater showing first-run films.

Take a Hike: You live in an amazing area for hiking. Touch grass!

Farmer’s Markets: Troy, Delmar (next one is in May), and Saratoga on Saturday, and Schenectady, Colonie, and Saratoga on Sunday.

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