“Beads and Bowls”
Toos Roozen-Evans Exhibit at Adirondack Artists Guild
Friday, June 2 through July 4
Reception Friday, June 2, 5-8 pm
Toos Roozen-Evans, a copper artist and jeweler, will be the featured artist at the Adirondack Artists Guild for the month of June.
“Beads and Bowls” is a collection that pays tribute to the craftsmanship of a self-taught artist with over two decades of experience. This unique collection marries the charm of heat-patina copper bowls, hand-hammered and shaped, with the allure of sterling silver, turquoise, and lapis earrings and necklaces. Each piece blends natural elements with a refined aesthetic that honors the organic qualities of the metals. “I never know exactly what the end result will be,” says artist Toos Roozen-Evans, “I just go where the copper takes me.”
More info on the Adirondack Artists Guild HERE.
Adirondack Artists Guild, 52 Main St, Saranac Lake
“Eyes To The Past — Mind To The Future”
History-Based Student Art Camp
Monday – Friday June 26-30, 2023, 9 am – 2:30 pm
Satisfy your interest in the past while nurturing your forward-thinking creativity! Learn about Warren County’s history and share your views on what makes it a spectacular place to live. Build a portfolio of 2 and 3-dimensional art work, as you’re immersed in historical images, objects and practices, and then choose your strongest piece to be displayed at the 2023 Warren County Historical Society Art Show, to be held at the Adirondack Community College (reception date: 8/20/23).
Find out more HERE.
Warren County Historical Society, 50 Gurney Lane, Queensbury
Friday Night Writes With Brian Mann
June 2, 3-7 pm
Join us for a happy hour of writing at ACW. FNW is a casual, drop-in writing session for writers of all genres and experience levels. It’s a chance to use our comfy space and helpful writing resources, so that you can get some writing done before the weekend starts. Plus, you’ll meet other writers and build your community. Friday Night Writes also features a 30-minute guest writer talk and up to 30-minute q&a, from 6 – 7 pm.
June’s guest talk is with NPR’s Brian Mann. Adirondack-based NPR journalist Brian Mann will talk about his reporting from around the globe, on the opioid-fentanyl crisis, the war in Ukraine and American politics. It’s a chance for casual conversation about the power, meaning and joy of storytelling in a complicated world. Brian has lived in Saranac Lake and Westport for 25 years. In addition to his work for NPR he’s a regular contributor to Adirondack Life magazine and his work appears often on North Country Public Radio.
Adirondack Center for Writing, 15 Broadway St, Saranac Lake
Adirondack Woof Stock – A Weekend of Peace, Paws and Music
June 4th & 5th
Get out your Tie-Dye and let’s travel back to 1969 at An Adirondack Woof Stock… “A Weekend of Peace, Paws & Music”! It’ll be the best day of your dog’s life!
Let your canine companion try Dock Diving with the Green Mountain Dock Dogs or watch the professional competitions! Take a run through DogLoversDays Lure Chasing Course, a huge hit with dogs of all ages and sizes! Watch live performances by the Dynamo Dogs. Live music, food and vendors—all day, both days! Watch K-9 Police Demonstrations, sit in on the Blessing of the Animals with Father John, adopt a pet from Adirondack Save-A-Stray, or shop with the vendors! Admission is $1—kids under 12 and dogs are free!
Saturday night, attend the “Wood Stock Revisited on the Mill Pond” a pet friendly outdoor concert in downtown Brant Lake with live music, vendors, food and a light show at The Hub….and don’t forget to wear your Tie-Dye!
More info HERE.
Lake Placid School of Dance Spring Dance Recital
Sunday, June 4, 2023, 12 pm
Join us to see all of the hard work our dancers have put in this year!
Tickets are HERE.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid
13th Annual Rhubarb Festival
Ithaca College Music Students Recital
Saturday, June 3rd, 7 pm, Free admission.
Andrew Woodruff (pianist) and five of his friends from Ithaca College will be putting on a recital at the Saranac United Methodist Church.
The program consists of solo piano and collaborative repertoire, including music by Chopin, Liszt, and Debussy, along with 20th century vocal songs, jazz standards, and French saxophone compositions.
Saranac United Methodist, 8 Umc Rd, Saranac
Meredith Johnston Creative Arts Award Fund
The Westport Library Association has established the Meredith Johnston Creative Arts Award. The annual award will recognize a senior of the Boquet Valley Central School District for their extraordinary potential in the creative arts and embodiment of a strong sense of service to their community. The cash award will support the educational, creative and professional pursuits of the recipient and memorialize the legacy of Meredith for all.
Meredith Johnston (1944-2023) touched the lives of many young people in her long career as an art teacher at Westport Central School in Westport, New York. Meredith’s personal interest in her students helped so many to overcome challenges and find success through artistic expression. While her time as an art teacher brought joy to many, the positive effects of Meredith’s public service extended far beyond the classroom. Meredith led by example, cheerfully and tirelessly engaging in town activities and initiatives that benefited the community. As an innovative and accomplished ceramicist, she generously shared her work. She is remembered fondly for her creativity and enduring commitment to students, art, and community.
More info HERE.
10% of the nightly till will be donated to a local charity.
Echo Farm, 327 Walker Road, Essex