FILM: “Gas Odyssey” @ The Linda, Albany. A documentary that explores what drilling in the Marcellus Shale has meant for Northeastern Pennsylvania and what it could mean for the New York Southern Tier. A discussion with director Aaron Pierce follows the screening. 7pm. $6.
MUSIC: Barrow Burrow @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany. Indie-folkster Barrow Burrow (aka, Jack Rosenberger) has cranked out two albums this year – “This Road Is Not a Road” and “Dead West” – and I guess that’s enough. Tonight’s performance is being billed as a “farewell show.” With the Hoborchestra, AM Ghost. 8pm.
MUSIC: Mixed Company @ Schodack Town Park, Schodack. From swing standards to classic rockers, vocalist Cathy Olsen and her band dip into their deep repertoire for a concert out under the stars. 6pm. Free.
FILM: Andrew Wyeth Double Feature @ Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. In conjunction with the Hyde Collection’s Andrew Wyeth: An American Legend exhibition, the library is screening two films: “Andrew Wyeth: Self Portrait Snow Hill” is an authorized 1995 biography that covers over 60 years of the artist and his greatest works, family photographs, home movies, letters and the first interview with Wyeth’s model, Helga Testorf. The Emmy-award winning “Christina’s World: The Woman in the Andrew Wyeth Painting”, an hour-long 1992 documentary narrated by Julie Harris, tells the story of Christina Olson, the woman in Wyeth’s most famous painting. 6:30pm Free.