The Capital Region is full of exciting upcoming events. Enjoy a Cinco de Mayo celebration, participate in a spring cleanup, check out the annual history fair, and more. Keep reading to all learn about what’s going on this weekend.
Join Nine Pin Ciderworks for their Cinco de Mayo celebration this Friday! A delicious special cider aged with tequila and topped with lime and agave will be released for the public to try. In addition to the new cider, there will also be food from Burrito Burrito and The Little Viking Co. from 4 to 8 pm!
There’s still time to get your ticket for miSci’s Annual Big Bang Gala! The Museum of Innovation and Science will host their annual gala this Friday, featuring a signature cocktail, dinner, and live music by DJ HollyW8D. A portion of the proceeds will support the Museums For All program.
Join Albany Center Gallery as they host an artists’ reception for their new exhibit from the 2023 Mohawk-Hudson Regional Invitational. This exhibit will highlight the work of some of the best local artists that has been featured in the area’s most prestigious and popular shows.
Are you a big football fan? Get ready for a big game as the Albany Empire host the West Texas Warbirds at the MVP Arena. Cheer on the home team and spend a fun night out with the family.
Keep Albany beautiful by participating in a spring cleanup in Hudson-Jay Park this weekend. Tools, gloves, and bags will be provided. After the cleanup, head back to the park for a picnic with your neighbors. Bring blankets, chairs, food, and whatever else to enjoy the weather.
Albany is hosting the 75th Tulip Festival next weekend. Prepare for the celebration with a paint-and-sip event at Nine Pin this Sunday. Look forward to food, drinks, friends, and a night of painting. All painting supplies are provided, and the resident painter, Raina Briggs, will assist and answer any questions.
Grab your friends and walk around Schenectady to support the hunger crisis. This walk will help raise funds to support your neighbors near and far who are hungry or in need. It’s a great way to get the family outside while also helping out the local community.
Check out Albany’s Annual History Fair this weekend at Historic Cherry Hill. This year’s theme is “Lens on Albany: The Art and History of Photography in the Capital City.” Listen to scholar and artist talks, participate in hands-on activities, discover new local vendors, and more.
May 4 – May 14
The popular book series, Pinkalicious, is now a musical showing at the Cohoes Music Hall. This adorable show follows the life of Pinkalicious Pinkerton, who loves the color pink. After eating too many pink cupcakes, Pinkalicious turns pink from head to toe and must find a solution to turn back.