Nestled on the Mohawk River, Mabee Farm is the perfect place for toe-tapping bluegrass, folk, and great beer! Join us monthly near the full moon for a night of Americana and beer from Wolf Hollow Brewing Company.
2019 Howlin' Concert Series
Wednesday, January 23: Running the River
Tuesday, February 19: Washington County Line
Friday, March 22: Rusticator
Thursday, April 18: The Nellies
Saturday, May 18: Dyer Switch
Tuesday, June 18: Peggy and the Delivery Boys
Tuesday, July 16: Washington County Line Bluegrass
Thursday, August 15: 3/4 North
Thursday, September 12: Everest Rising
Thursday, October 17: Hot Tuesday
Tuesday, November 12: Red Haired Strangers
Summer concerts take place in Mabee Farm's historic 1760s Dutch barn. Winter concerts are held in the Franchere Center at Mabee Farm. Admission is $6 and refreshments -- including beer and wine -- are available for purchase.
Schenectady Scavenge Wednesday, Feb 20 - 10am- 2pm @ 32 W • $8
Our museum has a new exhibit exploring childhood and
play in Schenectady. We’ve devised a riddling scavenger
hunt to guide kids through the artifacts. Follow the clues,
complete the hunt, and receive a prize!
Bus Trip to the Brooklyn Museum
Saturday, Feb 23 • $70
Explore the diversity of the Brooklyn Museum’s exhibitions! Housing collections from many cultures, as well as visiting exhibitions from a wide variety of geographic locations and time periods, the Brooklyn Museum creates inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see the world. Enjoy the Brooklyn’s Museum outstanding decorative arts displays, as well as one of the finest Egyptian collections in the world!
– 7:30 AM: Board bus at Stockade (Union St + Church St)
– 8:00 AM: Board bus at Crossgates Mall (Macy’s lot)
– 11:00 AM: Explore the museum on your own
– 5:00 PM: Depart the museum
– 8:00 PM: Arrive back at Crossgates Mall
– 8:30 PM: Arrive back at Stockade
Workshop: Delft Plates Saturday, Feb 23 - 10am @ Mabee Farm • $30
SCHS curator Suzy Fout will discuss the history of delft
ceramics, using examples from the SCHS collection.
Participants will decorate their own plates to take home.
Register at www.schenectadyhistorical.org/workshops
Slavery in the Capital Region: A Conversation on African American History with Dr. Oscar Williams Saturday, Feb 23 - 2pm @ Mabee Farm • Free for members or $5
Dr. Oscar Williams, Chair of UAlbany's Africana Studies
department, is an expert in African American history. Join
us for a conversation on the history of slavery in our region.
Part of the "A Dishonorable Trade" exhibition and lecture series.