Things To Do in Albany, NY This Weekend
Work and school weeks are done, it’s time to enjoy yourself, with great music, one-of-a-kind food, and budget shopping.
So, if you are looking for things to do in Albany New York this weekend, we have found some fantastic options.
These are our recommendations:
Spend a little at the Kids Exchange Consignment Sale
This shopping blockbuster will feature over 20,000 new and used items, including kids’ clothing sizes 0-18, toys, games, books, DVDs, bikes, outdoor play structures, sports gear, room decor, cribs, strollers, baby gear, and much more.
What you need to know:
- There are no children’s activities at this sale.
- Social distancing and facemasks are a requirement.
- Admission is free.
- The sale is cash only.
- On Saturday, May 22, the sale runs from 9 am to 4 pm.
- On Sunday, May 23, the sale runs from 9 am to 1 pm.
- Plus, on Sunday, everything is half-price.
Consignor & volunteer registration opens again Saturday, April 24, 2021. You can visit their website at www.exchangesale.org for more information.
Eat out at Morrette’s King Steakhouse?
Morrette’s ribeye is sensational, and one of the reasons this long-standing eatery is a favorite in the area:
So this weekend, if hungry, pick up one of their ribeye steak sandwiches and savour that flavor.
Amazingly, Morrette’s goes through 600 pounds of ribeye each week!
A Yelp user had this to say, “I implore everyone to come and try this sandwich and if I’m right, then help get this business rating back where it belongs. The most delicious food item in Schenectady and one of the top 5 in the entire Albany region.”
Listen to the Capitol Harmony Benefit Concert
Capital Harmony welcomes spring with an outdoor socially distanced concert:
Featuring the local acapella group, composed of capital region high school students. Guest performers include Lonely Athena and Dan Jantson.
The concert will be held at the large pavilion on Elm Avenue Park, in Delmar, Sunday May 16 at 3 pm.
Admission is free but donations are welcome. With all money raised benefiting the Albany Therapeutic Riding Center and Forever Home Capital Campaign.