Arts, Culture, Recreation in the Albany New York Area | What’s happening in the Capital District

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2022 Trek Pride Ride - Saratoga Pride

Let’s ride to celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community! All are welcome at this Pride Ride, so bring your family, neighbors, coworkers, and friends. Join us at 9 am on Sunday, June 5 for the Trek Bicycle Saratoga Springs Pride Ride. Everyone is welcome on this casual, no-drop ride. We’ll provide snacks, drinks, and free swag (while supplies last). We can’t wait to see you and celebrate our amazing LBGTQIA+ community together!
Dates: 
06/05/2022
9 am
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Location:

Trek Bicycle Saratoga Springs
71 Church Street
Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
United States

Alt-Prom - Pride Center of the Capital Region

All lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, questioning, asexual, AND allied youth (ages 13-19), are cordially invited to join several hundred of their peers for an unforgettable night of dancing, socializing, and making new friends in a safe, supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere. Come celebrate Pride at Alt-Prom this year with outfits inspired by the stars. Join as your zodiac sign, or as one you’d love to cosplay, enjoy dancing, food, fun, and music, and let’s see what the fates have in store!
Dates: 
06/03/2022
6 pm - 10 pm
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Location:

332 Hudson Avenue
Albany, NY, 12210
United States

Phone:

(518) 462-6138

Memorial Day Weekend Heritage Plant Sale - The Farmers' Museum

For over two decades, gardeners in Central New York have relied on the Heritage Plant Sale at The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown for hardy, distinctive plants. Gardeners can get an organic jump-start on their vegetable gardens with seedlings of heirloom varieties grown with organic soil and fertilizer. Over 500 plants will be available. This annual event takes place outside the museum’s main entrance (no admission fee) and proceeds benefit the museum gardens. Gardeners can purchase plants and cuttings from the museum’s Botanical Specimen Garden. Many of the plants on sale are propagated from hardy, well-established rootstock by Patrick MacGregor, Master Gardener and Assistant Manager of Interpretive Programs at The Farmers’ Museum. Find a selection of hardy perennials as well as pumpkin, squash, cucumber, melon, and multiple varieties of tomatoes. With their unique character, heritage varieties make an excellent addition to any gardener’s landscape. The museum’s stores have many items for experienced and beginning gardeners: tools, hydroponic herb growing kits, the latest books, and seeds for heirloom varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs. The sale takes place outside the museum’s main entrance.
Dates: 
05/29/2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Organization:

The Farmers' Museum

Location:

5785 State Hwy 80 (Lake Road) PO Box 800
Cooperstown, NY, 13326
United States

Phone:

607.547.1450