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A Secret Friend of the Glover Library has donated:. R Is for Rocket in honor of Jovani Quinonez. Beneath the Stone Forest in honor of Josiah Tolentino. The Chicken Squad in honor of Emma Jenkins. I Really Like Slop! Flat Stanley and the Firehouse in honor of James Calef. Dinotrux Go to School in honor of Justin Nelson.
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Once Upon a Time in honor of Lilah. Magic in honor of Sophia. Cat in honor of Sofia. The Glover School PTO donated a book in honor of each of the outgoing Executive Officers in appreciation of all their hard work last year. Third Grade Angels in honor of Julie Duggan.
Kindergarten Rocks in honor of Sharon Orfaly.
Rosie Revere, Engineer in honor of Kira Kay. Topics range from Schenectady, to hair, to life, to giving. It starts at pm that Wednesday. It's a format in which the speaker gets to talk along with 20 slides, each slide only on display for 20 seconds.
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Each talk is just short of 7 minutes total. So, it moves quickly and it forces people to get right to the point. It can be a fun way to hear from a about a bunch of different people about a bunch of different ideas in one sitting. If this sounds familiar, the Opalka Gallery in Albany has been hosting PechaKucha nights a few times a year.
Anyway, there are people who enjoy living here because they like to enjoy four seasons. We know you've met them.
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And this weekend is an example of why they live here. Mid-October kind of sums up autumn in the Capital Region. So take a walk through the leaves, pick a pumpkin and decorate it.
Then try something from this list of stuff to do that we raked up for you. If you're planning something that didn't make our list, share it with the rest of the group in the comment section. And whatever you're up to, wear a cozy sweater and have a fantastic weekend. Weezer's been riding the wave of renewed attention thanks to their popular cover of Toto's "Africa.
They also have a new album coming out next year. It's been 22 years since Pinkerton was released and 30 years since Surfer Rosa. By the way The Ignite volunteer festival will return November 8 , and this year it's at the Albany Capital Center.
Ignite is a kind of like a job fair but for volunteer opportunities. More than 30 orgs will there with info and reps ready to talk about how you can lend a hand. There's a list below. The evening also includes speakers including Albany mayor Kathy Sheehan , music, and food from local restaurants. And it's free. It's Thursday, November 8 from pm.
Repair Cafe? It basically an event at which community members help other community members repair household items.
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For free. The Repair Cafe idea started in the Netherlands and has since spread around the world. And if you'd like to be a repair coach, contact coordinator Dave West westfir50 gmail. Or a sweater with a hole? Toss it? No way! Volunteers try their best to make repairs, and it's free of charge! It looks like the last one was in late September. And it was popular -- 58 people brought in items, according to Sustainable Saratoga.
Keep an eye on the org's Facebook page for the next Repair Cafe. Greensky Bluegrass played The Egg this past January, and that show sold out well ahead. The Palace has a lot more seats, but if you want your pick it's not a bad idea to get tickets sooner rather than later. Tickets on sale Friday. It's free and open to the public, though registration is requested.
LocalXDesign is a monthly series of events focused on design projects in this area. Its founders are Barbara Nazarewicz, a landscape architect, and Liz Podowski King, a landscape designer. Earlier: Follow up: Radix Center. Here are a few things to keep in mind, look forward to, or keep busy with this week, from the weather a bit more warmth , to spooky stories, to the stage, to fame, to film, to all sorts of music And two events -- one at the start, the other at the finish -- sound like they'll be good opportunities to experience what the venue can do:.
Going beyond traditional surround sound, this audio system is capable of spatializing the music performed by the ensemble, moving sounds around the listening space, and expanding and altering the acoustics of the hall. Creating a sonic environment in which sound clouds and particles seem to come from beyond the walls of the space before retracting back to the performers onstage, the composition pursues a series of existential questions, including: How do we know what is real and what is imagined?
How do we differentiate between what is inside of us and what is outside? EMPAC is a remarkable venue -- in terms of its architecture, its technology, and its programming. It also might, at times, not exactly feel accessible to a general audience. Probably the best way to think of it is not just as a performance venue, but as a flexible research space for artists that allows them to push the boundaries of technology and form and, through that work, create new experiences.
That's a rare opportunity -- for artists and audiences -- and it's worth checking out. It seems like each year more and more people are on the trails in the Adirondacks. And with peak foliage season quickly approaching, it's about to get a lot more crowded.
While the DEC grapples with how to handle the increased traffic -- a recent move included trying to drastically reduce the amount of parking at one of the most popular trailheads -- it's probably a good idea to check out some less crowded hikes in the meantime. Scrolling through the adirondacks hashtag on Instagram, you might think there were only a handful of hikes in the region. The familiar v-shaped vista of Indian Head, people holding up fingers for the number of High Peaks they've hiked, and the panoramic views from Cascade dominate.
But there are literally hundreds of other hikes in New York, many with views just as good -- and you don't have to leave your house at 4 am to get a parking spot. Here are some hidden gem hikes in the Adirondacks that are likely to give you fall foliage views without the crowds We've raked together a whole pile of stuff to do this weekend, so jump in and pick some stuff you want to try.
Doing something that didn't make our list? Share it with the rest of us in the comments. This looks like it could be fun time for kids: There's a free Pop-Up Adventure Playground event planned for Albany's Washington Park October 14 from am to pm. It's in the section of the park near Madison and Willett. What is an adventure playground?