Adirondack A&E e-News # 29


The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival is the longest-running event of its kind in the eastern U.S. Since 1897, it has grown into a 10-day festival that includes sports, performances, two parades and three sets of spectacular fireworks.

For the full schedule of events and more details, go HERE.


Saturday, February 26th, The Adirondack Center for Writing will partner with The Link Arts Center (Plattsburgh) to offer two free classes: one for kids (ages 8-12) and one for teens (ages 13-17).

My First Fanzine
2/26 | 10 am – 12 pm | Ages 8 – 12

A fanzine (fan + zine) is a zine created to celebrate a particular cultural phenomenon (think of your favorite show, musician, video game, meme, etc.) and share with other fans. Students will create their own zine and make enough copies to share with their family and friends.

Teen Zine
2/26 | 1 pm – 3 pm | Ages 13 – 17

Express yourself! Through collage, drawing, and juxtaposing images with text, students will learn to make their own small circulation, self-published, zines (short for fanzine or magazine).
These workshops focus on designing, creating, and printing zines.

What is a zine? It’s a small, unique, hand-made publication, perfect for teaching young artists/writers about design, self-expression, and publishing. The zine-maker is in control of every step of the production process, from idea-generation to printing and distribution–that’s empowerment through art! Students interested in writing, illustration, collage, book-making, print-making, yearbook, or graphic design will find themselves at home in these workshops.

For more information and to register, go HERE.

Adirondack Center for Writing, 15 Broadway, Saranac Lake


February 10, 7 pm

Adirondack Film is privileged to screen La Liste before its global release on 2/13/2022!

Big mountain skiers, and close friends, Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten, find beauty and display grace in the dangerous world of free-skiing. Follow them as they set off around the world to find the most awe-dropping, high-altitude peaks and mountain ranges that exceed 6000 metres, and do what they do best: ski.

Director, Eric Crosland states: “I chose to direct this film because I wanted to show people outside of the ski community how incredibly dangerous and challenging high altitude ski mountaineering is. While watching this film, I would like the viewer to experience the intense feelings, emotions, and decision-making of navigating, traveling, and skiing the highest altitude mountain ranges in the world.”

More information, view the trailer and purchase tickets HERE.

Memories, 1980, by Sandra Hildreth by Adirondack Artists Guild

Watercolor 29 x 22, $1,200

Collection: Totally 80s: 2022 Winter Carnival Exhibit

Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery, 52 Main St, Saranac Lake


featuring Bob Meyer on drums and cymbals
Tomorrow, February 5, 8 pm

Legendary drummer Bob Meyer returns to the Recovery Lounge for an evening of cool with The New Adirondack Jazz Quartet: Steve Frieder – Saxophones, Luke Franco – Guitar and Bryan Copeland on Bass Violin.

The New Adirondack Jazz Quartet will be performing the music of the late, great Bert Wilson in depth, as well as band originals, jazz standards and just fun stuff!

More information and register HERE.

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