Hey! Another 3-day weekend again already, huh?
Guess which of the following I actually did today:
A) Knocked into a railing and ripped my jeans on a previously undiscovered protruding nail.
B) Closed the refrigerator on the egg carton, breaking an egg.
C) Slammed down a window only to realize that an open bottle of glue was nestled between the glass and the sill.
D) Snapped at my 8-year-old even though she was not misbehaving in any way.
That’s right, ladies and gentlemen! If you chose E, all of the above, you are a winner. Your gift is a list of wonderful things that you can do this weekend. Ready? As always, click on the day itself for a more complete listing.
All Weekend/Multiple Days:
- How to Train Your Dragon at the Times Union Center
- Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove at the Glens Falls Civic Center
- Mary Poppins at Proctors in Schenectady– I wrote a review of Mary Poppins that’s over on KidsOutAndAbout.
- Heroic Corn Maze Adventure at Fort Ticonderoga
- Haunted Hayrides run at Engelke Farm on Friday and Saturday nights (warning: scary)
- Albany Institute of History and Art’s LEGO Building Challenge all weekend
- Library Babies at Saratoga Springs Public Library
- First Friday Hike at Albany Pine Bush
- Family Storytime @ The Lansingburgh Branch of the Troy Public Library
Rethink! at the Berkshire Museum
- Fall Friday Fun! and STAR PARTY! at Wilton Wildlife Preserve
- Parent’s Night Out! at My Place to Play
- An Evening with Flamenco Vivo II at the National Museum of Dance
- 9th Annual Fall Festival at Thacher Park
- Pumpkin Patch 2012 at McKownville Methodist Church
- 2012 Columbus Day Festival at Cook Park
- Kulak’s Fall Festival
- Troy’s Sixth Annual Chowderfest
- Miller’s Harvest Festival at Hanford Mills Museum
- Family Day at Grant Cottage
- Music for All Ages: A Family Concert with Roger Tincknell at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library
- Fall celebration at My Place to Play
- Congress Park Nature Walk
Sing-Along with David Grover at the Berkshire Museum