Above: Excited patrons purchasing Hamiltons tickets at Proctors.


Hamilton Tickets Go On-sale
Hamilton is coming to Proctors August 12-25! Tickets can only be purchased in person at Proctors, by phone (518)-346-6204, or online at proctors.org.
@ Proctor’s, Schenectady 

Young at Heart Concert Series: Mr. E Band
For those 55+, come to Rivers Casino for a great afternoon. There is free valet parking, all you can eat soup and salad for $9.99 from 11 AM-3 PM, and Mr. E band is performing.
@ Rivers Casino, Schenectady | 2 PM – 5 PM | $10

Clifton Park Farmers Market
The market is now open until 5 PM every Monday, rain or shine, through October. Come choose from a selection of fruit, veggies, flowers, take-home meals, eggs, jams and jellies, baked goods, honey, chocolate, prepared food, dog treats and more. Vendors include Butternut Ridge Farm, The Food Florist, Kokinda Farm, Green Jeans Market Farm, Halls Pond Farm, Healthy Gourmet Kitchen, Saratoga Chocolate Co., Home Style Caterers, I’m N.O.T Going to Get Ticked, Bountiful Dog Treats and Mediterranean Cuisine.
@ Shenendehowa United Methodist Church, Clifton Park | 2 PM

Elijah Cancer Day Carnival 2019
It’s the first annual carnival in celebration of Albany community organizer Elijah Cancer’s life’s work, full of family fun activities. The nonprofit Elijah Dezman Khalique Cancer Foundation supports community based solutions to restore peace, save lives and continue the legacies of loved one’s who were violently taken away from the community.
@ Krank Park, Albany | 3 PM | Free

Writing is Better Together
Spend some time writing in the company of fellow creatives.
@ The Store at Five Corners, Williamstown | 5 PM | Free

Getting Paid to Talk: Making Money with Your Voice
A workshop on professional voice work discussing industry pros and cons featuring question and answer sessions and guidelines to help avoid web-based pitfalls. Attendees will also have the opportunity to record a short script under the direction of an instructor.
@ Voice Coaches, Albany | 6:30 PM | $40

‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ presented by NorthEast Theatre Ensemble
Tennessee Williams’ tale of alienation and loneliness in the New Orleans summer comes to life on the ADCO patio. Miss the show tonight? Catch it June 29-30 and July 1, 6, 7- 8 with weekend matinees at 2 PM and evening performances on Mondays at 7 PM.
@ Albany Distilling Co. | 7 PM | $20 adults, $12 students & seniors

‘Different in America’
This WordXWord Festival Poets Creating Conversation event asks, “What does it mean to be different in America?” The organization “uses spoken word, poetry and storytelling in shared space and time to celebrate diversity and creativity, empower the individual, foster understanding and empathy and make real human connections.”
@ Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield | 7 PM | Free

Dead Gowns, Izzy Heltai, Joan Kelsey’s Silver Lining
Portland, Maine’s Dead Gowns bring the “raw and tender” soft rock, indie folk singer-songwriter Izzy Heltai puts a twist on traditional storytelling and the Troy-based string folk trio Joan Kelsey’s Silver Lining play their country-roots tunes. The group just released their four-track EP Best on June 12. 
@ Superior Merchandise Co., Troy | 7:30 PM | $5 suggested donation