Namast'ay for Brunch: Yoga Flow
Get grounded and connect with the Earth below you with a yoga flow in Quackenbush Square in Downtown Albany. Before brunch on Sunday, June 10, The Olde English Pub is hosting an outdoor, 60-minute, all-levels flow led by Courtney Heinbach, CYT 200. Enjoy brunch and a complimentary cocktail to ease you into the week ahead.
Tickets | $15.00 + tax | Register online
Ticket Price includes yoga flow instruction and a brunch cocktail of your choice.
Terrarium Workshop with Olive & June Floral Co.
Join Cassie of Olive & June Floral Co. for a new Terrarium Workshop on Thursday, June 21 from 6-7:30 PM! This interactive class will teach you how to create a custom terrarium using a variety of small plants, soil, and rocks that will require minimal care. Bring dad along for some fun, too!
Tickets | $75.00 | Purchase online
Wild Tails of Albany Animals
The City of Albany is WILD! Wild Tails of Albany Animals is a first-of-its-kind guided walking tour that leads your family on a safari through downtown Albany.
Together with your guide, you will uncover many creatures in the form of carvings and statues hidden in plain sight. Your guide will regale you with historic tails of Albany’s long-time love of furry and feathered friends, big and small, including Owney the Railway Mail Dog and our beloved Nipper!
First Church in Albany to Host Lunchtime Concert Series
Find Your Way Home: Film Screening
Find Your Way Home, an Irish Musical, returns to the Palace Theatre with a one-time screening of the sold-out Broadway performance on June 24. Recorded by a multi camera crew, this film captures the original Irish cast in the show from last July that everyone is still talking about. There will also be a Q&A with the shows creators, Albany’s own, Jeff Strange and Jimmy Kelly.
Tickets | $20.00 - $50.00* | Purchase online
Find Your Way Home: Discussion with the Creators!
Join the Irish American Heritage Museum for a special presentation and discussion with the creators of Find Your Way Home. Jeff and Jimmy will discuss their inspiration and creative process for this amazing musical. They will also discuss the historical context of World War I and mass immigration.
Suggested Donation: $5.00
Bloomsday 2017: Ulysses
Have you always been intimidated by Joyce's Ulysses? Have no fear, this program will give you a great background and perspective to this literary masterpiece - there will be a number of selected passages read by numerous members of the Capital District that will help make "Ulysses" accessible to all!
If you have ever been interested at all in Ulysses, this is the program to check out!!
Cost: $5 for members; $10 non-members