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The Week In Review

Joe Putrock and Elizabeth Dubben inspired us to work every day.

And when you’re done working, have some weird ice cream

Oh boy, right again: Nina Stanley won the Peoples Choice Art Award at Art on Lark.

Who would be in your ideal supergroup?


Music for Silent Films at Saratoga Arts Center 8pm – 9:30pm ($5 Admission / Free with Artsfest Artspass): A diverse group of musicians come together to improvise music to accompany short films by regional filmmakers.

Musicians Lewis “Flip” Barnes (trumpet) Chris Becker (laptop, kaoss pad), Tony Maimone (bass), Paul Watson (cornet, effects), Lynn Wright (guitar, effects) and Ryder Cooley (musical saw, accordion)

Filmmakers Maureen Sager, Yuko Edwards, Kyra Garrigue, Blair Neal, Daniel DeFabio, Leona Christie

Also on Saturday:

Celebrate the Quadricentennial of Henry Hudson’s trip up the river at Schodack Island State Park or PS/21 in Chatham.

Juneteenth Celebration 11am – 3pm @ Arbor Hill Community Center, 50 Lark St. in Albany

Uncle Rock @ the Linda, Albany

Rhythm On the Ridge Festival featuring Sweet Cider, Ramblin Jug Stompers, Hill Hollow Band, more @ Maple Ridge Ski, Rotterdam

Rob Jonas with Sumac and Jo Henley @ Valentine’s, Albany

The Ashley Pond Band with Space Lounge and Ben Karis-Nix @ Valentine’s, Albany

Super 400 with Hamell on Trial @ Revolution Hall, Troy

The Doc Marshalls @ Club Helsinki, Great Barrington, Mass.

The Frank Wakefield Band @ the Parting Glass, Saratoga Springs

Peppy Castro @ the Colony Cafe, Woodstock

Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys @ Alchemy, Woodstock

FETCH! Lab: Crazy About Kites 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM @ Schenectady Museum

Saratoga Arts Fest continues in (duh) downtown Saratoga.

Local Food Festival, 10am-4pm at Indian Ladder Farms

Ballston Spa village wide garage sale (all weekend).

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