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Tuesday, April 17
ALZHEIMER’S EDUCATION SERIES: The Troy Public Library is hosting an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver’s Series presented by the Alzheimer’s Association. Session 1in the three-part series will be held April 17at 2p.m. at the Main branch, 100Second Street. This program is designed to provide basic information about memory loss issues and what they mean for all of us. The program explores the difference between memory loss brought about by normal aging vs. Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. This program is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information and to register, call the library at 518-274-7071or online at www.thetroylibrary.org. ARTS CENTER: Rustic Woodworking & Lumberjacks, 5:30p.m. - 7:30p.m. The Arts Center, 265River Street, Troy. Call 518-273-0552for more information.
BERLIN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT: Regular board meeting, 7:15p.m., Berlin Middle School/High School Auditorium.
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30 a.m. 4118State Highway 2, Troy. Call 279-4023or visit www.brunswicklibrary.org for more information.
CHENEY LIBRARY: The Children’s Room of the Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls will host a Story Hour every Tuesday at 10a.m. Each week there will be time to listen to a story, sing songs, have a snack, do an activity and more. Then stay and play!
HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 10a.m. Card party at 10:30a.m. Van transportation available for local errands. 69Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-6867561for noon dinner reservations and more information. LANSINGBURGH LIBRARY BOOK CLUB: The Troy Public Library’s Lansingbrurgh Branch Evening Book Group will discuss Gail Honeyman’s “Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine” on Tuesday, April 17at 6:15p.m. The discussion is free and open to the public. New members are always welcome. Monthly participation is not necessary, come for the books that interest you. For more information call the library at 518-235-5310or online at www.thetroylibrary. org Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch is located at 27114th Street, Troy.
NIGHT SKY ADVENTURE: Everybody makes mistakes, including the smartest astronomers and engineers at NASA. Sometimes these mistakes are catastrophic, but other times they lead to big unexpected discoveries. Join the Dudley Observatory and learn about some of the failed missions across all space agencies, and what we learned from them. 7p.m., miSci - Museum of Innovation and Science, 15Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. Cost: Admission to miSci ($10.50 adult, $7.50child age 3-12, $9senior 65+), free for miSci members. For more information email email@example.com or call 518-3827890.
NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Craft talk with acclaimed novelists Sara Nović and Peter Golden, 4:15p.m., Standish Room, Science Library, UAlbany Uptown Campus. The authors will hold a presentation/Q& A at 7:30p.m. at the Huxley Theatre, NYS Museum, Cultural Education Center, 222Madison Avenue, Albany.
POESTENKILL SENIORS: Weekly meetings every Tuesday at 1p.m. at the SullivanJones post in Poestenkill. All seniors are welcome. Coffee and refreshments are served after the meeting, following by Bingo and cards. The hall is handicapped accessible with sufficient parking. The Poestenkill Seniors have catered lunches, pizza, clamsteams, fish fries and luncheons at various restaurants, informational talks on senior safety and bus trips to casinos, theaters and other points of interest. Dues are $15a year. RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Pre-school Storytime, 11a.m. Computer Help, 1 p.m. to 3p.m. Drop in and get help with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered Rensselaer Public Library is located across the street from the Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or visit the library’s Facebook page.
SHAKER CONTRA DANCE: Since dance was an integral part of Shaker worship, the Shaker Heritage Society has teamed up with Dance Flurry to offer a series of dance related programs this spring. Contra Dance is a fun, participatory experience that is open to beginners and experienced dancers alike. The “Shake, Rattle & Roll” Contra Dance takes place from 6:45 p.m. - 9:45p.m. at the Shaker Heritage Society, 25Meeting House Road, Albany. The cost is $6students; $10SHS and DFO Members/seniors; $12 non-members. Buy tickets for two dances for a discount price of $5/$9/$10for each dance. Tickets will be sold at the door.
STEPHENTOWN MEMORIAL LIBRARY: Crosby the Reading Dog will be at SML on Tuesdays from 4p.m. to 5:30p.m. for some reading fun. Whether you are a great reader or even ‘just learning my A,B, C’s,’ Crosby will love to listen. Reading slots will be for 15minutes each. Please call 518-733-5750to make an appointment. Parents please plan on staying with your child. Stephentown Memorial Library is located at 472NY43, Stephentown.
TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tween Art Night:String-a-Poem. Celebrate National Poetry Month by making your own wearable poetry bracelet with word beads and string. Registration required; please call 518-274-7071 or visit http://engagedpatrons.org/ EventsExtended.cfm?SiteID =4294&EventID=335522& PK=. 6p.m., Main branch, 100 Second Street, Troy.
TROY SENIOR CENTER: AARP Drivers Safety Course, 9a.m. - 3p.m. Call 518-2705348to reserve a spot in the class. 9a.m., Knitting and Crocheting. 10:30a.m., Health & Wellness activities. Arts 4 Vets meets every Tuesday at 10:30a.m. Call 270-5349to make a noon lunch reservation, or 270-5348for more information.
WILLIAMS TUESDAY TEAS: Williams College’s annual Tuesday Teas series celebrates Williams authors and honor their scholarly and creative works. On April 17Christopher Bolton, professor of comparative and Japanese literature, will talk on “Giant Robots, Vampire Schoolgirls, and Other Serious Subjects: Writing About Japanese Anime.” His 20-minute presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. 4 p.m., Stetson Reading Room, Sawyer Library. Free and open to the public.
Wednesday, April 18
ALBANY WORDFEST: In cel-
ebration of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents the 2018Albany Word Fest featuring the poetry and spoken word of upstate New York from Monday, April 16, through Saturday, April 21. On Wednesday. April 18, welcome a local poet to Albany Poets Presents at Restaurant Navona on New Scotland Avenue, Albany, to share their work and then take questions from the audience about life, inspirations, writing, and more. For more information visit albanypoets.com. BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Origami Cranes, 1:15p.m. - 2:30p.m. Fold a simple classic crane — the perfect spring project for a beginner. 451Delaware Avenue, Delmar. BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Senior Bridge Club, 1p.m. Kids STEAM Class for ages 4+, 3:30p.m. Adult Yoga, 6p.m. 4118State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518-279-4023or visit www.brunswicklibrary.org for more information. COHOES-WATERFORD ELKS: The Cohoes-Waterford Elks’ monthly dinner features Cornish Hen Dinner with Rice & Vegetable. Price $8from 4p.m. – 7p.m., 45 N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes. Call 518-235-3222for Take-Out Orders. EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Craft class will start back up on Wednesday April 18at 11a.m. at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2Roxborough Road, Grafton, sponsored by BlueShield of Northeastern New York. Join craft instructor Barbara Holms for a fun-filled hour; all material will be supplied. Please stay for a nutritious lunch at noon (Entrée; Open Faced Tuna Melt ) for a suggested donation of $3. All Rensselaer County seniors welcome, reservations are required for lunch and appreciated for crafts. Call 518-279-3413to make reservations. FRANCO-AMERICAN FEDERATION: La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY will give a presentation on “The Expulsion of the Acadians” on April 18. Bernard Ouimet, President of La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY and a native of Quebec, will speak on the reasons for the expulsion, the years of migration and settlement in Louisiana. 7 p.m., Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, Clifton Park. The presentation is free and open to the public. Registration online, in person, or by calling the library 518371-8622.
HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Crafts 10a.m. Bone Builders at 10:30 a.m., Exercise Class at 1 p.m. Motor vehicle available from 10a.m. - 2p.m. Cards. 69Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561 for noon dinner reservations and more information. MINDFUL PRACTICES GROUP: Includes walking meditation and sitting meditation in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. All are welcome; meditation instruction available. Wednesdays 6:30p.m. to 7:30p.m., RPI’s Newman Center Hospitality House--4 Sherry Road, Troy, about 30yards south of the RPI Chapel Center (near the intersection of Burdett and Peoples Avenues). Call 518271-6949or 518-273-1851 for more information. MYSTERY BOOK CLUB: Since her first novel, “The Ritual Bath,” in 1986, Faye Kellerman has enthralled readers with her contemporary mystery novels, especially those featuring the team of Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus. In 2012’s “Gun Games,” she once again hit the proverbial nail on the head. The story revolving around apparent suicides in an exclusive high school is disturbing and real today as when it was first published. Join the Club to discuss the story on April 18 at 10:30a.m. at the Cohoes Public Library. Copies are available at the Library. For additional information, check out the book club at www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org. NATIONAL COLUMNISTS’ DAY: Did you know April 18marks National Columnists Day? To celebrate, the Troy Public Library’s Main Branch, 100Second Street, will host three local columnists Wednesday, April 18, at 6p.m. Chris Churchill, Amy Halloran, and Don Rittner, will speak and take questions in a panelstyle discussion about their careers and issues in journalism. This program is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information and to register, call the library at 518-2747071or online at www.thetroylibrary.org.
SENIOR PEDICURES: Rachael Hayes, licensed cosmetologist will offer reduced priced pedicures or toe nail clipping right at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2Roxborough Road, Grafton, on Wednesday. April 18. Make your appointment early -- they go fast. Please call the center for required appointments at 518-279-3413. Rensselaer County seniors 60years of age and older are welcome. SPRING DOG CLASS: Cornell Cooperative Extension offers a full series of classes at the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds starting Wednesday, April 18. with an orientation. Dogs will join in two weeks later on Wednesday, May 2. A beginner class will be offered at 6:30p.m. followed by an advanced class. The cost of this 7-week session will be $25 for members and $50for non-members and adults. All dogs will need to bring proof of vaccinations to the orientation. Rabies, Parvo, Adenovirus, and Distemper are required; Lepto and Bordetella are not required but highly recommended. To register please call the CCE office at 518-272-4210. THRIFT SHOP: Johnsonville Methodist Church’s thrift shop at Bridge Street, Johnsonville (Route 40to Route 67East. Look for the “OPEN” flag on Route 67) is open 9a.m. - noon on Wednesdays and the first Saturday of each month. Check out a large selection of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories (most clothing $3a bag), special occasion outfits, men’s suits. Lots of housewares, home decor, Easter, jewelry, CDs, books and a room full of toys. TROY SENIOR CENTER: Swimming at Lansingburgh Boys/Girls Club, 9a.m. Aerobics, 9:30a.m. Bingo, 12:45 p.m. 19Third Street, Troy. Call 518-270-5349to make a noon lunch reservation, or 518-270-5348for more information. VOLKSWALK SCOTIA: Start at Glen Sanders Mansion, 1Glen Avenue, 10a.m. Registration for each event starts ½ hour before the walk; the cost is $2. WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY: A special meeting of the Rensselaer County Water and Sewer Authority will be held on Wednesday, April 18, at 10 a.m. in the offices of the Rensselaer County Bureau of Economic Development and Planning,Fifth Floor, 1600Seventh Avenue, Troy, to consider and/or act upon matters related to water and sewer infrastructure.
Thursday, April 19
In celebration of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents the 2018Albany Word Fest featuring the poetry and spoken word of upstate New York from Monday, April 16, through Saturday, April 21. W.D. Clarke will be the featured reader on Thursday, April 19, at the Third Thursday Poetry Night at the Social Justice Center on Central Avenue in Albany. There will be an opportunity before and after the feature for poets to step up to the mic and share their work. For more information visit albanypoets.com. AMERICAN ITALIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION: The American Italian Heritage Association and Museum’s 7p.m. business meeting will be followed by author Lisa Petrocelli’s presentation,“The Gloves Come Off.” Petrocelli’s bikerographies come straight from the heart and that heart beats to the thunderous rhythm of a Harley-Davidson. A dessert reception follows. Free and open to the public. 1227Central Avenue, Albany. Call 518-4351979for more information, or visit www.americanitalianmuseum.org. BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LI
BRARY: Tai Chi for Health, 10:30a.m. This weekly tai chi class explores the tai chi for diabetes form and builds skills from week to week. All ages and abilities are welcome. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Listening Parties: April Showers, 7 p.m. Talk about why there are so many songs about rain. 451Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Tots Class, 10:30a.m. Knitting group, 1 p.m. to 2:30p.m. 4118State Highway 2, Troy. Call 518279-4023or visit www. brunswicklibrary.org for more information. CORNER SHOPPE: The Corner Shoppe, 5703rd Avenue, North Troy, is now displaying all things Spring. New Spring clothing for the entire family is on display. Other departments include jewelry, home décor, linens, shoes and prom dresses. Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 9a.m. - 1p.m. Phone 518-235-3851for more information.
EARTH MONTH FILM SERIES: The Williams College Zilkha Center’s Earth Month film series continues with a screening of “Arise,” which presents the stories of 13 women in five countries who have initiated solutionoriented environmental projects in their communities, towns and villages. A discussion with Laura Martin, assistant professor of environmental studies and faculty affiliate in history, will follow will follow the 7:30p.m. screening at the Paretsky Auditorium. Free and open to the public. EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Would you like to help crochet or knit lap throws for Veterans and seniors, or Knitted Knockers for women who have had mastectomies in your community? The Stitching Chicks Knit and Crochet Group will meet on April 19 at 12:30p.m. at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton. They have a large supply of yarn to help with these projects, and some ladies who would be willing to teach some basic stitches to get you started. Come early and enjoy lunch at noon for a suggested donation of $3. for seniors 60years of age an older. All Rensselaer County seniors welcome. Reservations required for lunch; call 518-279-3413. FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS: Geoffrey R. Stone, the Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago, will speak on “Free Speech on Campus: A Challenge of Our Time,” at Williams College on Thursday, April 19, at 7p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3. Stone was the chair of Chicago’s Committee on Freedom of Expression, whose 2015report, now known as “The Chicago Statement,” articulates the fundamental role of free and open inquiry in the modern university. The event is free and open to the public. GRAFTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY: Adult Yoga Hour, 5p.m. 2455NY Route 2, Grafton. Call 518-279-0580 or visit graftoncommunitylibrary.org for more information.
HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards. Bingo at 12:45p.m., Van transportation available. 69Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call518-686-7561for noon dinner reservations and more information. LANSINGBURGH PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Lansingburgh Public Library’s 45-minute Family Story Time enrichment program includes stories, songs, and movement to support children’s learning and discovery from the very beginning. For children ages 0-5with a caregiver. Every Thursday at 10:30a.m. at 27114th Street, Troy.
MASONS: The Apollo-King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #13, F.& A.M., will meet on Thursday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Troy Masonic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road. Refreshments will be served following the meetings. RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY: Teen Anime Club, 5p.m. to 7p.m. Computer Help, 5:30p.m. to 7p.m. Drop in and get help with a computer, phone or other device, and get your questions answered. Rensselaer Public Library is located across the street from the Amtrak parking lot. To learn more, see http://rensselaerlibrary.org/ or visit the library’s Facebook page. SALMAN RUSHDIE: Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie makes his first visit to the New York State Writers’ Institute since cancelling his scheduled 1988appearance due to the controversies surrounding his novel, “The Satanic Verses.” Rushdie gives a Craft Talk at 4:15 p.m. at Lecture Center 25, UAlbany Uptown Campus, and a Presentation/Q& A at 7:30p.m. at Page Hall, 135 Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus.
SOUP & SLIDERS FUNDRAISER: Join the Cohoes-Waterford Elks for a fundraiser to benefit the Center for Disability Services Family Group. Dine in or take out, French Onion Soup and Homemade Sliders. $8per person from 5 p.m. – 8p.m., 45N. Mohawk Street, Cohoes.
TROY SENIOR CENTER: 9a.m., Arts and Crafts. 10 a.m., Osteo Aerobics. 10:30 a.m., Health & Wellness activities. 19Third Street, Troy. To make reservations for noon lunch call 518-2705349. For more information call 518-270-5348. WILLIAMS COLLEGE:
Leo Goldmakher, assistant professor of mathematics, will present two Sigma Xi lectures at Williams College. In “A Brief History of Primes” on Thursday, April 19, Goldmakher will survey some of the greatest breakthroughs of the last 2,000 years, including a few recent theoretical advances and some connections to cryptography. His focus will be on the beauty of the ideas rather than on the technical details. All are welcome, regardless of prior mathematical training. The 4:15 p.m. lecture in Wege Auditorium, Thompson Chemistry building, will be followed by a reception in the Science Atrium. Free and open to the public.
Friday, April 20
ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ART EXHIBIT: In “Upon the Ground, Below the Water,” artists Richard Barlow, Daesha Devón Harris, Matt Frieburghaus, Tanya Marcuse, Kingsley Parker and Claire Sherwood observe features of landscape marked by human endeavor. The exhibit runs from March 24- September 3at the Albany International Airport Gallery, open daily from 7a.m. - 11p.m. A public reception will be held Friday, April 20, from 5:30p.m. - 7:30p.m.
ALBANY SHINDIG: The “Albany Shindig!” on April 20is a fun and friendly good oldfashioned “Maple Sugaring” Party. A mini-concert with live music by Set Américain is followed by easy folk dances to live fiddle music with caller Paul Rosenberg. Snacks provided by Honest Weight Food Coop. No experience or partner needed. 7p.m. - 9:30p.m., First Congregational Church, 405Quail Sreet, Albany. $8 Suggested Donation, $5for students and Dance Flurry members, $2for children under 12.
ALBANY WORDFEST: In celebration of National Poetry Month, Albany Poets presents the 2018Albany Word Fest featuring the poetry and spoken word of upstate New York from Monday, April 16, through Saturday, April 21. To close out Word Fest, Albany Poets and the English Department at UAlbany present “Readings Against the End of the World,” a 24-hour read-a-thon to benefit the South End Children’s Cafe, starting Friday, April 20at the Husted Hall Café on the UAlbany Downtown campus, and continuing until Saturday, April 21.. Online sign up for the open mic portions of “Readings Against the End of the World” will be available on the Word Fest website For more information visit albanypoets.com. BERKSHIRE SYMPHONY: The Williams College Department of Music presents the Berkshire Symphony in concert on Friday, April 20 at 8p.m. in historic Chapin Hall on the Williams College campus. The Student Soloists Gala features performances by winners of the 2018Berkshire Symphony Soloist Competition. The program also includes Symphony No. 5by Dmitri Shostakovich, conducted by Ronald Feldman, and Danse Bohême No. 11, from Carmen Suite No. 2, by Georges Bizet, conducted by Abigail Soloway ‘18. There is a preconcert talk with conductor Ronald Feldman and student soloists at 7:15p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, adjacent to the main venue. Both of these events are free and open to the public. BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Richard Feldman returns with songs from popular American musicals about optimism and following your dreams. The 1 p.m. - 2p.m. program will be followed by a 2p.m. - 3 p.m. coffee hour. Co-sponsored by Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc. 451Delaware Avenue, Delmar.
CLIMATE CHANGE ROUNDTABLE: WAMC Northeast Public Radio and The New York State Writers Institute present a very special Roundtable Panel Live: A Climate Science Discussion, hosted by Joe Donahue and Alan Chartock and featuring Judith Enck, Jeff Goodell, Elizabeth Kolbert and Terry Tempest Williams. Doors open at 8:30
a.m. Friday, April 20. The Roundtable Panel will be broadcast live from 9a.m. to 11a.m., followed by a book signing. Street parking will be available on Washington Avenue, Western Avenue, South Lake Street and in Washington Park. For more information on this special event and to reserve your seat, visit rtlive.eventbrite.com.
EARTH DAY STORY WALK: Enjoy an outdoor story walk at the Swift Preserve (near Bethlehem High School) with the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy, 10a.m. Sign up at mohawkhudson.org/events. For preschoolers and their caregivers. EVERETT WAGAR SENIOR CENTER: Join the Grafton seniors at the Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2Roxborough Road, for a Special Bingo on Friday April 20, at 12:30 p.m., sponsored by CDPHP. If you have any questions, or would like to have lunch at noon for a suggested donation of $3, please contact the center at 518-279-3413. HOOSICK FALLS SENIOR CENTER: Cards, Yoga at 10:30a.m., Zumba at 11 a.m., Bingo at 12:30p.m. 69 Church Street, Hoosick Falls. Call 518-686-7561for noon dinner reservations and more information.
HUDSON MOHAWK RECOVERY CENTER: Hudson Mohawk Recovery Center will be offering an open house on April 20from 2p.m - 5p.m.. at 17245th Avenue location in Troy. A presentation on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is part of an effort to reduce and treat active opiate addiction. As the community continues to lose lives to the deadly and growing opioid epidemic, HMRC recognizes the importance of providing both Suboxone and Vivitrol to our clients in an effort to bring healing and recovery to the members of our community struggling with opiate addiction. Along with a presentation regarding medication assisted treatment, informational tables will be set up by other community support agencies. Light refreshments will also be served. MILHAM PLANETARIUM: Williams College invites you to experience the wonders of our universe at the Milham Planetarium, located inside the Old Hopkins Observatory at Williams College. Astronomy students will host free shows for the public on Friday evenings at 8p.m. beginning February 2and running through May 11, with the exception of Spring Break on March 16, 23, and 30. Audiences will be treated to shows from the high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B optomechanical planetarium projector. Shows will last about 50minutes. For reservations (required) contact Michele Rech at 413-597-2188or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Others will be admitted as space permits. Large groups should call for special appointments.
NYS WRITERS’ INSTITUTE: Emmy award winning writer Marc Guggenheim, a UAlbany alum, is a “showrunner” of imaginative TV shows inspired by DC comic book worlds, including “Arrow” (2012-present) and DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow” (2016-present), two of the most popular shows on The CWnetwork. 7p.m., Page Hall, 135Western Avenue, UAlbany Downtown Campus. POETRY IN OTHER WORDS: Seventh annual celebration of poetry in many languages. Recite, read, listen to poems from around the world. Refreshments will be served. Free. 7p.m. - 9p.m., Chatham Bookstore, 27Main Street, Chatham. For more information, call 518-392-3005or visit https://chathambookstore.com/. PROGRESSION ENSEMBLE: Internationally-acclaimed video artist and RPI professor Shawn Lawson will live-code real time computer graphics with live music by The Progression Ensemble, which consists of Rocco Anthony Jerry, on Accordion, Michael Gilbert Ronstadt on Cello, and Eric Despard on Guitar. The group will perform world-premiere works written specially for them by composers Gene Pritsker, Dan Cooper, Christopher Cook, Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred, Michael Dilthey, and Eric Despard. Skjelbred will be flying in from Oslo to host the concert, followed by a Q&A session hosted by David Rothenberg. $9general admission; $7members and students. 7p.m., Time & Space Limited, 434Columbia Street, Hudson. Visit https://timeandspace.org/ for more information.