Adirondack A&E e-News # 267

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Belden Noble Memorial Library Presents

Belden Noble Memorial Library, 2759 Essex Rd, Essex

Open Sky Music Festival 2023

Saturday, August 19, 12-10 pm

You’ll find something for everyone in your family under the open sky!

The 3rd Annual Open Sky Music Festival is a multidisciplinary festival for music lovers of every age. Featuring incredible headliners on the mainstage and local favorites on The Reynolds Group North Country Stage, experience an outdoor day of fun, food and music featuring everything from bluegrass to rock, pop and blues! All on the lawn behind the Lake Placid Center for the Arts theatre building.

Festival Passes
This year we’re packing all festival shows into one spectacular Saturday, so you can see anything and everything you want with the purchase of your festival pass. (With 9 acts playing throughout the day, that’s less than $10 per set!)

All 9 acts will run one after another throughout the day, in the order below. We can’t guarantee the exact start times, but bands will alternate starting at noon: a visiting band on the main stage (approx. 1 hour 15 min), followed by a local band on The Reynolds Group North Country Stage (approx. 45 min), and so on.

Details, including the schedule and passes HERE.

Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid

How Ann Sweeten uses her own illness to make music that can help through the healing process

Listen in to North Country Public Radio (NCPR)’s Mitch Teich and Ethan Shantie interview with Ann Sweeten. Her new CD is called Love Walks Through Rain.

Listen HERE.

Duo Stephanie & Saar

Saturday, August 19, 7 pm

Pianists Stephanie Ho and Saar Ahuvia captivate audiences with four-handed piano performances, honoring classical greats such as Bach and Beethoven.

Details and tickets HERE.

**Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, 3446 State Route 28, **
Blue Mountain Lake

Our Town by Thornton Wilder

August 15 – August 26

Directed by Jesse Jou

The story of the fictional American small town of Grover’s Corners between 1901 and 1913 through the everyday lives of its citizens. A tender play about how we must embrace and appreciate the value of life itself.

Please Note: the first two Acts of the play will take place in the theatre. Weather permitting, audiences will be guided outdoors to the Pine Ridge Cemetery (located behind the theatre) to experience the final scene.

This final scene of Our Town lasts 30-40 minutes and there will be seating or the option to stand in the cemetery. Ushers will guide the audience to and from this outdoor location.

Schedule and tickets HERE.

Pendragon Theatre, 15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake

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