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Art Talk
"The Art and Science of Medical Music" Performance and Discussion
Southern Vermont College (SVC) will host a presentation of music and discussion entitled “The Art and Science of Medical Music” by author/musician Andrew Schulman, Dr. Marvin McMillen, MD, and guest Eric Despard, as well as a showing of the documentary, “Andrew & Wendy,” on Wednesday, March 29, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Oldcastle Theatre. The film and talk are free and open to the public. The 30-minute biographical film, produced by Academy Award nominee Josh Aronson (2014), tells the story of a New York Upper West Side couple at a crisis point. Andrew, who is in a coma, is not responding to anything. Knowing his deep connection to music, his wife, Wendy, decides to play Bach’s “St. Matthew Passion” on his ipod for him, which in turn brings him back, a miraculous outcome even acknowledged by his doctors. For more information, contact Professor Despard at edespard@svc.edu or 802-681-2889.
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Education, Community Event, Talks/Lectures
“March for Justice” Series: Access to Justice is Social Justice
“March for Justice” Series: Access to Justice is Social Justice — The Lawyer’s Role in Preserving Democracy and Closing the Justice Gap br /br / This month, law schools in New York State are embracing the importance of access to justice and launching a statewide effort, “March for Justice,” involving events throughout the state to highlight the critical role lawyers play in our democracy, in preserving the rule of law, and promoting and preserving civil and human rights. br /br / As a part of this effort, Albany Law School will host an exciting event that will feature national and local leaders on these issues, including: James Sandman, President of the U.S. Legal Services Corporation, the federal agency that funds free legal services to low-income communities throughout the United States; City of Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan; Joanne Macri, Director of Regional Initiatives at the New York State Office of Indigent Legal Services; Lillian Moy, Executive Director of The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York; and Glinessa Gaillard, Legal Counsel for CDPHP. br /br / 1.5 free CLE credits are available. Registration is requested. To register, please email Amy Gunnells at agunn@albanylaw.edu.
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Community Event
2017 Community Action Luncheon
The 2017 Community Action Luncheon is our opportunity to pay tribute not only to our customers for their ability to overcome challenges in the face of adversity, but to our community partners, staff, donors and volunteers for their continued support of CEO’s mission. Our supporters and customers are why we remain steadfast in our commitment to changing lives and improving our community. Please join us as we honor the hard work and diligence of our customers, volunteers, community partners, donors, board and staff. Community Action Impact Awards Friends of CEO Honorees Spirit of Community Action Honoree
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Social Event
2017 Gala of Hope
Premier black-tie event held in Saratoga that showcases businesses and community leaders from the Capital Region. This event features the Beacon of Hope Award given to an individual or organization that shows tremendous support in our community by reducing the burden of cancer in the Capital Region.
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Experimental/Perf. Art
24-Hour Drone
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For the Family
28th Annual Palm Sunday Polka Benefit
Sunday, April 9, 2017 – 28th Annual Palm Sunday Polka Benefit 1-5pm at Saratoga Knights of Columbus $25 (couple), $13 (per person) - Prior to April 3; $15 at the door The Annual Palm Sunday Polka Benefit features the Polka Country Musicians, door prizes, raffles and a "ROASTING" of Ernie Daigle by “ROASTERS” from all over the East Coast at 2pm. Ernie is a longtime radio Polka personality from Chicopee, MA and Director of the International Polka Association. For reservations, contact Steve or Cathy Coblish at 518-899-3061 or scoblish@nycap.rr.com.
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Running, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Social Event, Community Event
3rd Annual Mindful Mile & Fight Hunger 5K
Both obesity and hunger are serious public health problems. While it may seem counter-intuitive, hunger and obesity can coexist in the same individual, family, or community. At Sodexo, with 125,000 employees servings millions every day, we have an opportunity to fuel a movement for a change. Join us and the University at Albany as we come together to make a positive difference in our community. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York.
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Community Event,Food/Tasting
Adirondack Wine and Food Festival
A weekend full of wine, food and fun! Take your taste buds on an unforgettable journey as you are introduced to over 30 NY State wineries, craft beverage producers, and specialty food vendors with the beauty of Lake George as your backdrop. Admission includes a commemorative wine glass to be used throughout the event to sample craft beverages and as a designated NY Farmer's Market, you'll be able to purchase your favorite products to take home with you.
www.adkwinefest.com
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Drawings/Works on Paper
Adult Coloring Book Club
Join us for our Adult Coloring Book Club. Each month we will provide different coloring sheets with multiple pages to choose from as well as a large selection of colored pencils, markers, and crayons. The library community room will provide a welcoming environment with soothing music to help you relax and enjoy some YOU time. Supplies will be provided but you are welcome to bring your own.
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General
Albany Pro Musica concert: The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
Join Albany Pro Musica for The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace on Saturday, May 6 at EMPAC. Accompanied by a compelling film, APM’s Masterworks Chorus, Orchestra Pro Musica, Mezzo-Soprano Lucille Beer, and the Capital District Youth Chorale will join forces for this performance of Karl Jenkins' stunning masterwork. The Armed Man outlines the growing menace of war, interspersed with moments of reflection, and ends with the hope for peace. The concert is the culmination of a three-week-long Capital Region-wide series of art exhibitions, lectures, films and other events around the theme of reconciliation and peace. For more details or to purchase tickets to the concert, visit albanypromusica[dot]org.
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