Join Us Under the Dome for Great Folk Music


Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady

1221 Wendell Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12308

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Concerts start at 7:30 pm,  Doors open at 7:00 pm

$20 per adult (Family rate -$5 per child 6+ years with paying parent)  Students - $10


Difficulty Hearing? Our new sound system links with a wireless hearing loop.  If you wear a hearing aid with a telephone coil, switch to that setting to take advantage of it. For those with reduced hearing who don't wear hearing aids, audio receivers are available. from the sound room just beyond the welcome table.

"This was the place for me! the UUSS has a fabulous sound system that syncs with hearing aids (i just have to put my hearing aid on the "t" setting -- t for telephone, but also for this -- electromagnetic field somehow involved), and i heard lyrics and patter i have not heard in 30 or more years, and i even heard an entire joke, which is nothing short of astonishing. it isn''t perfect, but it is just great."-Janet

  • Join us for Andrew Finn Magill on Saturday, November 11th at 7:30PM

    Andrew Finn Magill first started playing fiddle at age 10 and by 16 was a two-time finalist at the All-Ireland championships. In 2009, he received a Fulbright-MtvU Fellowship to co-write and co-produce an album that musically captures ten experiences of HIV/AIDS through song in Malawi, Southern Africa. The result, Mau a Malawi: Stories of AIDS was released on October 14th, 2011 as a multimedia show at the University of North Carolina’s Memorial Hall. Sales from the studio album Mau a Malawi are invested in programs to keep vulnerable Malawian children in school and empower them through the arts. “The inspiring cross-cultural performances on this beautiful album “Mau A Malawi: Stories of AIDS” remindRead More →