All are welcome for a fun discussion of the American classic on White Whale Wednesdays! To celebrate Herman Melville’s 200th birthday, HAF, Discover Albany, and the New York State Writers Institute are hosting a Moby Dick Book Club at the Albany Pump Station, where we commit to completing the novel over a period of six months.
We’ll chat for an hour with a local Melville enthusiast over a pint, and then enjoy a Melville/Moby Dick centered program. Don’t have time for both? Feel free to come to just one part of the evening. The stalwart souls who do it all will receive a fun prize to commemorate their accomplishment.
Attendees should have read at least the first 100 pages prior to the first meeting, and then 100 pages every following month. Anyone is welcome to join at anytime.
$5 HAF Members and $10 General Public per night / 5:30-7.30pm
Albany Pump Station, 19 Quackenbush Square, Albany, NY 12207
Wednesdays: April 10, May 8, June 12, July 10, August 14, and September 11
Call us on 518-465-087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Saturday, September 7, 2019, 10am-4pm
10am-12pm Albany County Land Bank Open House
Materials on each house will be available on site and at the Howe Library.
12-4pm The Howe Library, 105 Schuyler Street
Speakers from the City of Albany Departments of Buildings and Regulatory Compliance and Development and Planning, Affordable Housing Partnership, and Preservation Studios will be presenting on a number of topics to help the audience piece together the parts needed for a successful rehabilitation project. Speakers will also be tabling to answer one on one questions.
This event is free - more information to follow!