Whether you enjoy patio dining this time of year or just exploring Congress Park, there are always plenty of things to do in the Spa City. For weekend fun and more, check out 10 of the best ways you can stay entertained this weekend in and around Saratoga!
Listen to Live Music in Saratoga
Enjoy handcrafted wines and other beverages, wood fired pizza, and live acoustic music by Pat Decker at The Saratoga Winery this Sunday from 3:00pm-6:00pm.
Spend the evening at The Inn at Saratoga for an acoustic performance by Mike O’Donnell this Friday at 7:00pm.
On Saturday evening at 7:00pm, check out Panza’s Restaurant for dinner, drinks, and live entertainment by Colleen Pratt and The Peg Delaney Duo.
Local Shows & Expos
Visit Dock Brown’s Lakeside Tavern and Inn for a Car Show going on this Saturday from 11:00am-3:00pm. The theme is sweethearts/girl’s day out, and there will be door prizes, trophies, and more. Car registration is $15, and spectators are free to attend.
The Law Offices of Wilcenski & Pleat, LLC will present the 6th annual Autism Expo at the Saratoga City Center this Sunday from 12:00pm-3:00pm. The event will feature multiple exhibitors and a bounce house/arts and crafts for the kids.
Experience The Arts
Join the Tang Teaching Museum for a celebration of their current spring season exhibitions on Saturday evening. The public reception will run from 6:00pm-8:00pm, and it is free to attend.
Home Made Theater at the Spa Little Theater will perform “The Foreigner” starting this weekend. This comedy by Larry Shue is about a painfully shy Englishman who is terrified of speaking with anyone.
Don’t miss out on the Skidmore College Department of Theater’s Spring 2017 Mainstage production “Balm in Gilead.” This is an updated version of Lanford Wilson’s pioneering play. Admission is $12 for adults and $8 for students and senior citizens.
Earth Day-Themed Activities
Serendipity Arts Studio in Saratoga Springs will host a Kids Art – Paint an Earth Day Tote Bag event this Saturday at 2:00pm. For $20 per person, kids will be able to decorate reusable canvas tote bags with fabric paints, markers, stamps, and stencils. Reservations are required.
Join Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park for tons of Earth Day activities this Saturday from 8:30am-12:00pm. Admission is free to each of the activities, and healthy snacks will be provided.