Quality events for this weekend

Friday June 21

Make Music Day at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall: Full day of music related activities.

Headless Relatives, Haley Moley, Pony in the Pancake, Bare Mattress at No Fun: Make music day after party. Mixed-genre show featuring a banger lineup of local artists.

The Invincible Casuals and Deke Dickerson & the Whippersnappers at The Hangar on the Hudson: Roots rock/Americana.

Stroma, Nite Office, Cooper’s Hawk at Whiskey Pickle: Rock and roll show.

Official TNO Pride Night Out After Party at Whiskey Pickle: Featuring Amanda Blair and Rosetta Stoned.

Goodies at City Beer Hall: 2000s Hip-hop night.

Bill Goodwin Trio at Glen Falls House: Jazz.

Water Lantern Festival at Empire State Plaza: Light and float a lantern in honor of a loved one.

Saturday June 22

Art on Lark: Arts oriented street fair.

Gathering of the Galaxies Rave at No Fun: Dance party. DNB/Techno/Experimental bass.

Night Shift at City Beer Hall: Dance party with DJ Ayo.

Seven Sentinels: Lighthouses of the Hudson River at The Linda: “The story of the Hudson River’s seven remaining lighthouses by the people interpreting and caring for them today.”

The Dead Tongues at Hangar on the Hudson: Folk.

Tree Climbing Championship at Washington Park: NYS Arborists compete for the title of best tree climber.

Round Lake Antiques Festival: 100+ vendors.

Sunday June 23

Voxtrot at Scribler’s Catskill Lodge: Pizza party and a show.

Round Lake Antiques Festival: 100+ vendors.

Anacortez at Fuze Box: Free show and music video shoot.

Evergreen things to do

Go see a movie at the Spectrum Theater. Newly reopened. Go see some some movies and be sure to grab a drink and snack and Delaware Supply before (or after).

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.

Go Hiking: You live in an amazing area for hiking. Touch grass!

Farmer’s Markets: Saturday has Troy, Menands, Delmar, Colonie, and Saratoga. Sunday has Schenectady, and Saratoga.

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