Spring dance concert
CANTON: St. Lawrence University 2019 Spring Dance Concert, 8 p.m., Edson R. Miles Black Box Theate; free and open to the public, although tickets are required due to limited seating; "Movement Stories" will consist of an array of dance styles – including ballet, modern and jazz; performances will include a variety of dance arrangements and choreographers done by St. Lawrence students.
Sky this Week
POTSDAM: SUNY Potsdam Geology Professor Emeritus Dr. Frank Revetta, Hon. '05, hosts planetarium show "The Sky this Week," 4 p.m., SUNY Potsdam’s Dr. Frank A. Revetta Planetarium, basement of Stowell Hall; 45 minutes, all ages welcome; arrive early, once show starts the doors are locked; no food or drink allowed inside, cell phones cannot be used during the show; free parking in Lot 6 near Kellas Hall; free.
POTSDAM: Crane School of Music Latin Ensemble, 7:30-8:30 p.m., Sara M. Snell Music Theater, SUNY Potsdam.
Paddling Film Fest
CANTON: 2019 Paddling Film Festival World Tour, St. Lawrence Valley Paddlers together with St. Lawrence University's Laurentian Paddlesports Club hosting; doors open at 6:30 p.m., films from 7-9 p.m., St Lawrence University campus at the Sullivan Student Center - Winston Room, 23 Romoda Dr.; addling Film Festival is shown around the world and features a wide variety of films. The films showcase river, lake and ocean paddling and range from backcountry adventure to extreme whitewater paddling featuring wild places and paddling lifestyles; raffle items include a GRB canoe paddle, an Aqua Bound kayak paddle, a NRS paddle bag, s Seals paddle bag and paddling gear; https://www.slvpaddlers.org/paddling-film-festival.
CANTON: Death Café, 7-9 p.m., Canton First Presbyterian Church, 17 Park St.; global movement to gather people for snacks and refreshment and a group discussion about death; free, open to all, RSVPS appreciated at 315-386-4364; info: deathcafe.com.
OGDENSBURG: Family book club featuring “Charlotte’s Web” by E. B. White, 5 p.m., Ogdensburg Public Library, 312 Washington St.; free, all ages, 315-393-4325.
HEUVELTON: Trivia Night, 7-9 p.m., Doug’s Tavern, $10 admission, teams of 3-6 people; half the proceeds go to Saving Grace Organization, which raises money to provide instruments to local kids who cannot afford them; the other half of the proceeds go to support the first place prize; team signup by April 15; [email protected].
Figure drawing class
OGDENSBURG: Frederic Remington Art Museum continues its series of art classes with a figure drawing class, 10 a.m.-noon, with local artist Julie Pratt; class is appropriate for teens and adults; participants will draw a live clothed model using pencil, conté, and charcoal; class will explore anatomy, how the body moves and supports itself, and how to translate that into your artwork. Participants will learn about proportion, perspective, and many other challenges that present themselves when working with the human figure; will be taught at the Eva Caten Remington Education Center, 323 Washington St.; all skill levels are welcome, and materials will be provided, though artists are welcome to bring their own materials if they prefer; $15 for museum members, $25 for non-members; class is limited to 12 participants; 315-393-2425 or email [email protected] to ask questions or sign up, or visit fredericremington.org to register online.
Smartphone, tablet class
CANTON: Cyber Seniors class on smartphones and tablets, 2:30-4 p.m., St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES, 40 W. Main St.; offered by county Office for the Aging, taught by St. Lawrence University students; classes are free to those 60 and older with little or no knowledge, as well as those who want to gain more knowledge of tablets, smartphones and computers; classes are offered in I & II part sessions, so registration will be for 2 classes to be sure topics are covered fully; must bring your own tablet or smartphone.