Adirondack A&E e-News # 250

A Milestone for ADK A&E

Today’s edition of ADK A&E’s e-News is #250!

Wow—even to us it doesn’t seem like we could already be at that milestone! But here we are, growing rapidly as we share all the the fabulous happenings in the Adirondack arts and entertainment community with a ever wider audience.

It’s perhaps appropriate that this #250 is the longest edition of ADK A&E e-News yet! Future editions won’t be as long as this one—it’s the “high season” for the arts and entertainment community just now—but it’s an indication of just how lively the ADK arts and entertainment scene is.

There are even more listings on the Event calendar so remember to check it out regularly; new items are entered every day. Just go to the website at Adirondack A&E and look at the upper left for “Events.” You can sort the offerings by category and even arrange how you view them.

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Adirondack Artists Guild

Opening reception, Friday, July 7, 5 pm

Gallery talk, Tuesday, July 11, 5 pm

Summer Camps at ADK ArtRise

Our summer camps were so successful last year that we have decided to double our offerings this year!

We will be running one camp in the morning and one in the afternoon! Please note the age ranges for each camp, as they are little different this year. Camps that are repeated in the morning and in the afternoon will run the same projects, so it is not advisable to sign up the same child for both.

Each camp will include programing from Tuesday to Friday
for a two and a half hour block.

Morning: 9 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon: 1 pm to 3:30 pm

Check out the classes HERE.

ADK ArtRise, 62 Main Street, Saranac Lake

Corscaden Barn Gallery

Impactful Voices summer theater program

Ages 13-15, from August 7-12

Before the camp officially begins, there will be two pre-camp meetings to brainstorm ideas and start developing characters and stories. All rehearsals and performances will be held at the state-of-the-art Walter Breeman Performing Arts Center (WallyPAC) at North Country School. The camp is free of charge, and lunch will be provided for all participants.

Applications for the camp are due by July 15th and can be submitted HERE.

Ticonderoga Summer In The Park Concert Series

7 pm on Tuesdays
Knights of Columbus Pavilion (Behind the K of C Hall on Montcalm St.)
All concerts Rain or Shine

See the full schedule HERE.

Adirondack Jazz Repertoire Ensemble

Promenade Series
Friday, July 7, 7 pm

An outstanding eight-piece ensemble from the Adirondack Jazz Orchestra brings the excitement of Dixieland, blues, bebop, funk and contemporary jazz to the Sembrich lakeshore.

The Adirondack Jazz Orchestra was founded in 2003 under the musical direction of trumpeter Matthew Pray. Its sole purpose was to bring together some of the Adirondack’s finest musicians in a big band setting. Members of the group consist of high school music educators, college professors, and college students all who share an interest in performing on a regular basis.

The group plays a wide variety of the Big Band Genre, from standard big band arrangements to original compositions. Each month, the group performs a line-up of charts from Glenn Miller, Buddy Rich, Charles Mingus, Thad Jones, Maynard Ferguson and arrangements written by some of the band’s members.

More info and tickets HERE.

The Sembrich, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton

Ticonderoga Arts Summer Classes

Check out our FREE summer classes held at the gallery. Materials are provided.

Ti Arts’ series of free classes are made possible by a grant from the Essex County Arts Councils’ CAP Grant, Town of Ticonderoga, and Ti Art’s donors.

See the full list of classes HERE.

Ti Arts’ Downtown Gallery, 119 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga

Redwork Embroidery and the Suffragist Tea Cozy Project

Wednesday, July 12, 7 pm.

Presented by the Chapman Museum, this talk by Tisha Dolton will focus on the history of redwork embroidery and the suffragists featured in the folk-art project. Emphasis will be on members of the political equality clubs of Warren and Washington Counties. Books and posters will be available for purchase.

This program is free but requires a reservation. Please call (518)793-2826 to reserve your spot!

Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls

Town of Hague Presents

Senior Scholars

Be Here Now

Essex Theatre Company’s dramatic comedy _Be Here Now_by Deborah Zoe Laufer opens this Friday, July 7, at 7 pm and plays July 8, 14, 15 at 7 pm and July 9 at 5 pm at the Masonic Lodge, 2756 Essex Road (next to the ferry dock), Essex, NY.

Anne Marie Holzhauer stars as Bari, Andrew Murphy as Mike, Barbara Madsen as Patty, and Chastity Wardell as Luanne. Genie Denton is the Voice of the Instructor, and Mary Fehlner plays the Crow, The play is about meaning and asks what we are willing to do for joy and happiness in difficult situations. All tickets are $15 and may be purchased HERE or at the door. Rated PG for some adult content and language. Come and enjoy the show!

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