End of July (already!)

Jeez louise.  Once again I just pretty much exhausted myself before I exhausted the items to list.  So here’s what I’ve got for this week:

Throughout the Week:

  • Annie Get Your Gun continues at the Park Playhouse in Albany Tuesdays-Sunday at 8 pm.
  • There are several evening Valleycats games, including fireworks on Friday night.
  • Every day that the Saratoga track is open, there’s Breakfast at the Track from 7-9:30 am.  It’s about $15/adult, $8/kid 3-12, plus parking.  You get to ride a tram, it’s an up-close look at horses, and an excellent opportunity if you’ve got a little kid who’s waking you up at 5:30 am, anyway.
  • There’s plenty more going on at William K. Sanford (Colonie) Library and the Bethlehem Public Library–I just ran out of steam.

Monday, July 26th:

Tuesday, July 27th:

Wednesday, July 28th:

Thursday, July 29th:

Friday, July 30th:

  • Remember that the Albany Institute of History & Art is free for locals on Fridays this summer.
  • Little ones can Wiggle and Giggle from 10-11:30 am at the Children’s Museum at Saratoga.  Free with museum admission.
  • From 10-11 am, kids ages 3-8 can read stories and make crafts at Crandall Public Library.
  • Jack and the Beanstalk opens at 10:30 am at Mac-Haydn Theater in Chatham.  Again, a bit of a drive but worth it.  Pack a lunch and have a picnic at a playground after the show.
  • Elementary school kids can show up at the Rotterdam Library at 10:30 am to do some Dancing to the Oldies.
  • Kids ages 4-6 can enjoy a Royal Storytime at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library.  It’s a drop-in program, and royal attire is optional.
  • It’s Troy Night Out from 5-9 pm.   At the Rensselaer County Historic Society, You Scream, I Scream for ice cream!  From 5-8 pm.
  • At 7 pm there’s a mezzo-soprano’s vocal concert at United Presbyterian Church in Troy.  It’s free but donations are accepted.
  • Okay, maybe not appropriate for the whole family, but MOPCO the improv comedy group is performing on Friday nights at Proctors.  $14/adult, $6/student.  Anyone seen them?  I kind of want to go.

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