Stewards Of The Water Presentation
The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) will hold a special event featuring the book Stewards of the Water on September 10 from noon until 2 pm, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls.
LARAC is currently featuring an art exhibit by the water colorist, Tom Ryan, who illustrated the book. Several of the book’s authors will discuss the work of Lake George stewards of the past and present. Signed copies of the book as well as Tom Ryan’s artwork (signed prints of the cover; notecards) will be available for sale. The event is free of charge. Wine and cheese will be served.
UNITY IN THE COMMUNITY DAY/CONCERT AT KEENE ARTS
Sat. Sept 10th
A day of Reggae celebrating Unity in the Community featuring Hylton Beckford’s Slickers (of Johnny Too Bad fame) as well as Small Axe and other featured musicians sharing their stories and techniques.
2 pm Panel discussion
3 pm School of Reggae (learn from the musicians -open mic).
5 pm Jamaican BBQ – Hylton B’s famous Jerk Chicken
7 pm Concert
Tickets $15 at door for Concert, donations for BBQ. Can also advance purchase HERE.
Proceeds to be donated to ADK Action. Net proceeds will be donated to ADK Action.
Thank you to all our sponsors!
Keene Arts, 10881 State Hwy 9N, Keene
SLC Arts Launches Annual Artists’ Studio Tour
September 10th and 11th in St. Lawrence County
SLC Arts will kick off the annual Artists’ Studio Tour in the Norwood, Massena, and Akwesasne regions on September 10th and 11th. The Studio Tour allows local artists to open their doors to the public, giving patrons the unique opportunity to develop an understanding of the artistic process, ask questions, and view artwork available for purchase. The tour will run for four weekends total, covering a different region of the county each week.
To see the full list of artists, locations, and a Google map, visit HERE.
Call for Ghost Stories
The Chapman Museum is seeking ghost stories from businesses, organizations, and residents in downtown Glens Falls!
As we consider new ways to engage the local community and regional tourists, we’re looking to create a walking tour of downtown Glens Falls that will run exclusively in the month of October and highlight strange occurrences and haunted tales from some of our city’s oldest establishments.
To submit a story, please email email@example.com by Friday, September 16, 2022 at 5pm. Please email or call (518) 793-2826 if you have any questions.
Chapmen Museum, 348 Glen St, Glens Falls
“Fragments of What Once Was” by John Cropley
In the Gallery, thru October 22,
Reception Friday, September 16, 5 -7 pm
Modern-day ruins dot the landscape around us, some of them hidden and some in plain sight. I seek out these places and try to capture a sense of what they are now and what they once were, what they once meant. Some reflect only that fading past but others teem with new life as nature reclaims them.—John Cropley
More details including Gallery hours HERE.
Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek
The Flapper Story
Film Showing Thursday, Sept. 8th at 7 pm
with Discussion by Gerald Zahavi & Margaret Bartley
The Flapper Story offers a lively mixture of contemporary interviews and archival film footage in a thoughtful examination of the social phenomenon of the `flapper,’ the provocative `New Woman’ of America’s Roaring ’20s.
It traces the historical developments which gave shape to the flapper ideal, explores the ways in which the flapper rebelled against prevailing social mores, and also considers the contradictions and limitations which underlay the flapper’s newly won independence. The film won several awards, including: Documentary Merit Award, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; Silver Plaque, Chicago Film Festival; Silver Award, Philadelphia Film Festival; CINE Golden Eagle Award. Produced, written, and directed by Lauren Lazin, 1985, 30 mins.
The film will be accompanied by a short discussion and presentation by Gerald Zahavi and Margaret Bartley.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Covid-19 vaccination is strongly recommended and masks are encouraged. Masks will be available. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Adirondack History Museum, 7590 Court St., Elizabethtown