It's going to be a crazy fun night of music and support of a wonderful organization.
From Rural Intelligence webzine: Hosted by comely rock goddess Melissa Auf der Maur (Hole/Smashing Pumpkins), with multi-Grammy nominee Meshell Ndegeocello, “personification of rock n’ roll” Tommy Stinson (The Replacements/Guns ‘N’ Roses), and beguiling cello maven Melora Creager (Rasputina), Home Bass will honor and benefit Habitat for Humanity’s Columbia County chapter and its innovative Columbia Passive Townhouses, which offer affordable, sensible housing for low-income families. (Passive Townhouses reduce their owners’ energy consumption and costs by 90%.)
This organization is making such a difference in the community. They are providing sustainable neighborhood low income-housing. Connecting volunteers and the local community while empowering the future owner is amazing to see. Another great community gem is Habitat For Humanity's Re-Store - where reusable building materials are donated and available for purchase. You can also recycle your paper goods in bins supplied by a cellulose insulation manufacturer in the Albany area, GreenFiber. In turn they are provide insulation made from recycling paper to Habitat's projects. The Re-Store is located at 829 Route 66, Hudson (Intersection of Route 66 and 9H, behind Village Dodge).