The Albany Institute of History and Art is offering a packed 3-day weekend of all-ages activities, including student performances, exhibits and crafts workshops.
What caught our eye is a presentation of Native American storytelling with noted author and wilderness guide James Bruchac as well as hands-on workshops in Hudson River gyotaku (fish prints), hand-made books and tile-making. There’s a lot more – here’s the full schedule.
And it’s free!
Real Good for Free: Red Haired Strangers/Tern Rounders @ Revolution Hall (11/24/09)
Real Good for Free: Guitar Wars @ Tess’ Lark Tavern (11/24/09)
Real Good For Free: Blanket by Jeff Beck and Imogen Heap
Real Good For Free: JOHN BRODEUR’s “Slutty Nurse” EP
Real Good For Free: Philip Glass Download at Amazon
Real Good For Free: Music @ Noon at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (second Tuesdays)
Real Good For Free: Quintessence (Weekends)
Real Good for Free: Colleen Pratt @ the Van Dyck (Thursdays)
Real Good for Free: Tuesdays @ Revolution Hall (Tuesdays)
Real Good for Free: CRUMBS Nite Out @ The Linda (4th Thursdays)