Cooking class at Dali Mamma

Dali Mamma, a low-key whole-foods lunch spot nestled in a side street in Downtown Albany is expanding into night and weekend hours with different events. (A possible sign of the tipping point/demand in residential downtown living?)

Their first foray is an event 2:30 to 4:30pm this Sunday aimed at families and is a great Mother’s Day gift and activity. During the class you will learn to make a recipe, and take what you’ve made home.

In addition to this class, they will soon be hosting a yoga class, continuing their ‘Dali After Dark’ which hosts local musicians, and they’re hoping to bring in local breweries once they’ve gotten the green light from the SLA.

Keep up to date with Dali Mamma on their facebook or their website, and stop by soon.

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Sponsor: Half Moon Market

My thanks to The Half Moon Market for sponsoring KAB this week. The Half Moon Market is a two-day indie marketplace in Albany’s Washington Park Lake House on April 23 and 24 from 11am-6pm.

From the event description:

The Half Moon Market is a unique two-day marketplace event featuring some of the region’s best artists and makers of handmade goods. The Half Moon Market is independently organized with support from the City of Albany and The Washington Park Neighborhood Association, as well as several community sponsors.

It’s totally free to attend, so there’s no reason not to swing by and check out the goods. Both days will feature music, food, craft beer and much more. For more info check the official website.


Future at UAlbany

The UAlbany Student Association has announced that Future is headlining this year’s Parkfest. More artists are going to be announced soon, and tickets are free if you’re a current UAlbany student, and $15 for guests accompanied by a current UAlbany student.