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Louis Petraccione & Sons, Inc.

164 Cordell Road
Schenectady, NY 12303


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  • Adult Jazz Class with Maureen
    Today until Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
    Everybody Jazz! Mixed-level beginner. Actors, athletes, all welcome. Intermediate class available evening. Find Jazz Class with Maureen on FB, insta, or website. Happy to answer questions.
  • Adirondack Balloon Festival 2021
    Today until Sunday, Sep 26, 2021
    The 48th annual Adirondack Balloon Festival is on! The popular event with proceed with a slightly different schedule this year.
  • Double M Haunted Hayrides
    Today until Saturday, Sep 25, 2021
    Double M Haunted Hayrides has been creating fear for over 25 years in Upstate New York!
  • Field of Horrors
    Today until Saturday, Sep 25, 2021
    Field of Horrors offers several different attractions for the price of one! Check out Return of Mummy's Curse, The Crypt, Insanity, Condemned Manor, and Dr. Morbid's Haunted House.
  • Hollowed Harvest at Altamont Fairgrounds
    Today until Sunday, Sep 26, 2021
    After a fantastic holiday season last year, the Hollowed Harvest will return to the Capital Region on Friday, September 24th. The Jack-O'-Lantern festival will feature dozens of larger-than-life displays, some...
  • Pop-Up Shop at Colonie Center
    Today until Sunday, Sep 26, 2021
    JB Enterprises is hosting a Pop-Up Shop at Colonie Center on Sept. 25-26, 2021!
  • Monster Jam at the Times Union Center
    Today until Sunday, Sep 26, 2021
    Monster Jam®, the most action-packed live event on four wheels where world class drivers compete in front of capacity crowds around the globe is coming to Times Union Center! Monster...
  • 43rd Freihofer's® Run for Women
    Today
    The 43rd Freihofer's® Run for Women, originally set for Saturday, June 5, has been moved to Saturday, September 25 in downtown Albany.
  • Adirondack Scene Painting (4 Sessions)
    Today
    Become immersed in Adirondack imagery for this class as you paint their beautiful scenes. This class series has 4 sessions, from 9/25-10/16.
  • Beyond Beginning Wheel (7 Sessions)
    Today
    Go beyond basic wheel throwing to explore intermediate forms. This class series has 7 sessions, from 9/25-11/6.
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Summer Fun Continues With Art On Lark, the Schaghticoke Fair, and More in the Albany Area
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