Former assemblyman and Albany County Historian, Jack McEneny will tell the story of the intersection of the rich history of the church and its relationship to the city of Albany. McEneny is a well-known teacher and speaker on local history.
First Presbyterian Church, Albany, will begin a year-long celebration of its 250th Anniversary of its History, Mission and Faith at the Albany Institute of History and Art with a presentation by John McEneny, Albany Historian and recently retired NYS Assemblyman in which he will discuss the history of the church and its role in Albany's history.
Beethoven has been transported to the future via time machine! Learn from the master about what a composer does and how Beethoven composed. Can you help him conduct his Ninth Symphony? Price Chopper's Sunday Symphonies are energetic, hour-long concerts featuring Maestro David Alan Miller in costume, portraying figures from music history and his own imagination.
When: Today until Tue, Dec 31, 2013
| 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Photography Gallery, NYS Museum, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY
Focus on Nature XII is a juried exhibition of natural and cultural history illustration that features artwork from around the world. Artists depict biological, geological, and archeological subjects using a wide range of media, from traditional watercolor to recently developed digital techniques.
When: Today until Sat, May 18, 2013
| 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Schenectady Community College
Always dreamed of being a wedding and event planner? Now Wedding and Event Planning Consultant teams with the Association of Bridal Consultants to offer an accreditation course.
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