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Holiday traditions may have been a little different in the late 1700s when the iconic Ten Broeck Mansion was built atop an Albany hill, but more than 200 years later, the historic home continues to welcome visitors for the holidays.
Train exhibit at miSci an intergenerational favorite
Trains and the holidays go together like peanut butter and jelly. There is just something about the sound of a train chugging around the base of an evergreen that brings people back to a simpler time.
Maple Ski Ridge’s Fall Festival supports oncology camp for women
The purpose of any support group is for people who are in the same situation to get together and share their coping strategies in an effort to not feel alone. One cancer support group is taking it a step further and changing lives in the process.
Agudat Achim’s carrot festival has grown to an annual rite of fall
In Niskayuna, an orange vegetable marks the beginning of the fall season, and it’s not the pumpkin.
40th Adirondack Balloon Festival has something for everyone
The Adirondack Balloon Festival began in 1972 in an effort to bring tourists to the area after Labor Day.
Tugboat Roundup draws tens of thousands for a celebration of Erie Canal
This coming weekend, one by one, dozens of tugboats will parade 12 miles from the Port of Albany down the Hudson River before coming to a stop in Waterford to find their docking spots in the 14th annual Tugboat Roundup.
Caber tossing, pipes and culture on tap at Scottish Games
The hills of Altamont will come alive with the sounds of bagpipes on Saturday when The Scottish Games, a two-day festival and celebration of all things Scottish, begins.
On summer weekends, the Double M in Ballston Spa feels a lot like the Wild West
Step through the gates at the Double M Rodeo in Ballston Spa on any Friday or Saturday evening in July and August and you will feel like you stepped into the Wild West.
Long running free concert series remains hot spot for family summer entertainment
What began as a dumping ground for cement and construction materials along the Mohawk River, Freedom Park was transformed into an amphitheater for a festival when Schenectady County was selected as one of 32 statewide locations to host the Bicentennial Barge for four days in July of 1976.
Cathedral of All Saints to present 'Vin de Choir: A Night of Song and Wine'
On Friday, April 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., The Friends of the Choir will hold a wine tasting event at the The Cathedral of All Saints