Adirondack A&E e-News # 196

Broncho Charlie, Unbridled

June 3 through September 10, 2023

The Chapman Museum proudly announces acquisition of a collection of Broncho Charlie Miller artifacts and the opportunity for members of the community to “adopt” individual pieces.

The works includes wooden carvings of animals, people, model wagons and religious figures of Charles Mortimer Miller (1850-1955) — best known as Broncho Charlie — lived a long and adventurous life, the stories of which begin when he was an 8-year-old boy taming wild horses to earn a living. His most prolific years were lived in Glens Falls.

Read more about —including how to “adopt” an artifact HERE.

Chapman Museum, 348 Glen St., Glens Falls

2023 Howl Story Slam

The first six dates for the 2023 Howl Story Slam season are set.

Join us for a night of open mic storytelling around the theme: School Days. Anyone can sign up to tell a story. Rules: it must be true, no notes allowed, and you have to keep it to 5 mins.

Winners will be invited to compete in the Grand Slam at St. Lawrence University at the end of the year.

Mark your calendar, and start getting your story in order! Details HERE.

Saturday Nights at the Waterhole

The latest & greatest concert series returns to downtown Saranac Lake beginning Saturday March 4th! As the name suggests, The Waterhole Music Lounge will host live music on Saturday nights in the Upstairs Music Lounge.

More info HERE.

Waterhole Music Lounge, 48 Main St, Saranac Lake

Radiant Vermin

Staged play reading produced by Saranac Lake-based Adirondack Stage Rats. Directed by Beth Glover, and the cast includes Laura Menzie, Tyler Nye, and Donna Fortune.

First reading at Westport Library, 6 Harris Lane, Westport, on Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 2:30 pm

Second reading is at Pendragon Theatre, 15 Brandy Brook, Saranac Lake, on Sunday, March 5, 3 pm

When a young couple is offered an ideal house by a mysterious stranger, it prompts the question: How far would any of us go to get our dream home? A fast-paced, pitch-black comedy, RADIANT VERMIN is a provocative satire about the housing market, homelessness, and inequality.” – Dramatists Play Service

Rated PG-13 – includes adult content.

SLC Arts Call For Art: “My Pet & Me” Exhibition

SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2023 Town Hall exhibit, “My Pet & Me!” We are asking for submissions of any 2D medium relating to the theme to be displayed at the exhibit. The submission deadline is March 24th.

More info and submit art HERE.


Through Inland Waters: Champlain Canal at 200

Juried Art Exhibition

The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls, invites artists of all disciplines to enter our juried show, Through Inland Waters: Champlain Canal at 200. Artwork must be representative of and/or inspired by the Champlain Canal (now in its 200th year, running from Waterford to Whitehall) and its Glens Falls Feeder.

The show will run from April 3rd to 28th, 2023 in the Library’s 2nd floor Friends Gallery. A reception will be hosted on Thursday, April 6, 2023, from 5 to 7 PM.

All artists are welcome to submit, regardless of their experience. Artwork in any medium will be considered. Entries must be wall mountable, ready to hang, and no larger than 36 inches x 36 inches x 10 inches deep. No freestanding sculpture allowed.

There is no entry fee, but each artist is limited to 2 submissions. Participants must complete an application form at drop-off, and all artwork must be received by Wednesday, March 29, 2023 at The Folklife Center (the Research Room downstairs, off the Glen Street entrance), Crandall Public Library, 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls, NY.

For more information, contact Tisha Dolton at or 518-792-6508 x292

Ausable Valley Drama Club Presents Grease!

Grease is currently the fastest selling show since we started selling tickets online. Don’t be left out in the cold without tickets, get yours today!

Grease takes place on March 16-18 at 7 pm and March 19 at 2 pm. Tickets start at $8 and can be purchased online HERE.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Ausable Chasm, Rogers Carroll Family Foundation, Northline Utilities LLC, Mountain Valley Federal Credit Union and
Ward Lumber.

AuSable Valley Drama Club, 1273 Route 9N, Clintonville

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