Adirondack A&E e-News # 245

Summer Studio Tours Invitation

ArtWorks is organizing four Studio Tours this summer and you are invited to participate! July 29 & 30, September 30 & October 1. The fee is $50 for any or all the dates, free for ArtWorks members. Register for the four Studio Tour dates

Learn more about ArtWorks membership HERE.

For more info, Thank you.


Tickets On Sale For Home-Run Musical!

Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.

AuSable Valley Middle-High School Auditorium
1490 Route 9N, Clintonville, NY 12924

July 13, 2023 @ 7pm
July 14, 2023 @ 7pm
July 15, 2023 @ 7pm
July 16, 2023 @ 2pm

Reserved Seating

Get tickets HERE.

Ledge Hill Studio Downtown Presents

Warren Street Walking Tour

Friday, June 30, 2023, 11 am, meet at St. Mary’s Church. $15/person, $10/Chapman Members

From St. Mary’s Church to the Hyde Collection, this tour runs up and down Warren Street with a look at the important figures who lived here and their many contributions to the success of the greater Glens Falls region.

Participants can park behind St. Mary’s Church in the designated church parking lot.

To register, please call (518) 793-2826, payment is required at time of registration.

St. Mary’s Church, 62 Warren St, Glens Falls

Artists & Inspiration in the Wild Grand Opening!

Join us on July 1 for the opening of our newest permanent exhibition. We have a day full of activities, special guests, and, of course, art to celebrate! ADKX members will be the first to get to see the exhibit from 9am–11am for the members’ preview and reception. At 12pm, ADKX Executive Director David Kahn will join other special guests to cut the ribbon and officially open the exhibit to all visitors.

Throughout the day, the campus will be abuzz with plein air painters, live muralling, live screen-printing, music, games, and a chance to enjoy ADKX’s premiere new experience.

Participating artists include: Barney Bellinger, Carrie Hill, Glenn Hill, Sandra Hildreth, Bob Jones, Paul Lakata, Greg Rudd, Bob Stump, Takeyce Walter, Patrice Jarvis-Weber, Hannah Williams, and Brisbane Young

Musicians: Jamcrackers and Warden & Co.

Activities by: ADK Artrise, Adirondack Center for Writing, and Soul and Ink, plus many, many more

The first 500 visitors will also get to take home a free commemorative screenprint—available only on July 1.

Learn more and get tickets HERE.

The Adirondack Experience, 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake

The Grange Presents

Hancock House Program to Feature Adirondacks Electric Age

Friday, June 30, 7 pm

The Ticonderoga Historical Society opens its summer speaker series with a free public program on “The Birth of the Electric Age – An Adirondack Story” will be presented by Pete Nelson, who will discuss the amazing and little-known story of how an Adirondack industrial revolution changed the world.

“As the threat of climate change increases the world is rapidly moving to a future where electrical energy replaces fossil fuel,” said Nelson. “But the scientific discoveries that make this electromagnetic revolution possible are not new: they were made two hundred years ago. And where were many of these scientific seeds planted? About five miles from Hancock House.”

Nelson is a mathematics teacher and history lecturer at North Country Community College, a co-founder of the Adirondack Diversity Initiative and an avid writer, lecturer and Adirondack history buff whose articles appear regularly in numerous regional publications. He is currently writing a book on early Adirondack surveyors.

The program will be held in the lower-level program room of the Hancock House Museum. Reservations may be made by calling the Hancock House at 518-585-7868 or via e-mail to:

Hancock House, 6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga

The Rocky Horror Show

June 28 – July 9, various times

Book, Music, & Lyrics by Richard O’Brien

ABOUT our production:
Is this like the movie?
Yes and no! It’s not the traditional movie that you think of. This is set in the style of a rock concert so expect a different type of environment with all your favorite songs and characters.

Will there be audience interaction?
There will be some interaction with the audience and you’re welcome to dress up and bring props, but sadly, no food is allowed (in order to keep rodents and bugs away!)

Is this show appropriate for someone under 18?
I mean, have you seen what’s on the internet lately? In all seriousness, it is completely up to you as a parent/guardian. There are depictions of sexual content, raunchy dialogue, and some performers appear in their underwear. With that in mind, this show has been carefully discussed, rehearsed, and handled by our creative team.

More details and get tickets HERE.

Pendragon Theatre, 15 Brandy Brook Ave., Saranac Lake

First up in the Songs at Mirror Lake Music Series!

Celtic Night with The McKrells

Tuesday, June 27, 7-9 pm

See the full schedule HERE.

Songs at Mirror Lake Music Series, Mid’s Park in downtown Lake Placid

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