Making plans for Easter Weekend? Need inspiration? Look no further than our latest Saratoga Weekend Roundup! We’ve highlighted some of the top events taking place in and around the Spa City from April 19-21.
Have a Blast at Weekend Celebrations
Join The Saratoga Winery on Saturday for a fun-filled Blending Bash in celebration of their 3rd anniversary of becoming the official tasting room for Saratoga Courage Distillery. Throughout the evening, there will be blended drink samples, spirit flights, and new cocktails you’ve never tried before.
If you like beer, wine, or cider, then you won’t want to miss the Friends of the IBA Fundraiser at Artisanal Brew Works in Saratoga Springs. From 5:30pm-8:30pm, this fundraiser will feature drink specials, games, light snacks, and information about the Friends of the IBA’s mission.
Get Egg-cited for Easter
Head over to the Schuylerville High School Turf Field on Saturday and experience the 11th Annual Great Schuylerville Egg Hunt. Highlights from this year’s egg hunt will include thousands of Easter eggs to find, a bouncy house, and a DJ. The event will run from 11:00am-1:00pm.
Hudson Crossing Park in Schuylerville will host a special K9 Easter Egg Hunt on both Saturday and Sunday. Families are invited to bring their four-legged friends to the park and participate in an Easter egg hunt designed just for dogs. This event is free to attend.
Hop your way to The Malta Community Center and take part in an Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday. Hosted by the Malta Department of Parks, Recreation, and Human Services, this family event will feature two egg hunting sessions: 10:30am-11:30am and 1:00pm-2:00pm. Registration is required.
Attend an Outstanding Theatrical Production
It’s the final weekend of Skidmore Theater’s Spring Main Stage Production Cabaret. Get your tickets to see this fantastic production, which explores queerness, fascism, and jazz in a highly immersive fashion. Cabaret is directed by artist-in-residence John Michael DiResta.
The latest theatrical production at Home Made Theater is Barefoot in the Park, a hilarious and profoundly touching play by Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Neil Simon. Opening night is this Saturday at 7:30pm, and tickets range from $27-$24. Come see how “unpacking the emotional baggage is the biggest move of all.”
Find Free Fun for the Kids
Bring your children to the Saratoga Automobile Museum on Friday from 10:00am-4:00pm and attend Kids Day. Kids Days are a great way to introduce families to everything the museum has to offer. Admission is free for children, and a variety of hands-on activities will guide them throughout the museum.