Adirondack A&E e-News # 350




Wow, #350!

Today’s edition of the ADK A&E e-News is #350. That’s even hard for us to believe!

We began this adventure at the end of 2021 (#1 was in December of ’21) and it’s grown and grown since then to become a key source for those who care about the arts and entertainment scene in the North Country. We’re still amazed by how much great stuff is happening here!

You can help us continue to grow by sharing the e-News with your friends and inviting them to subscribe. Word of mouth is always the best advertising!

Folks can subscribe to the ADK A&E e-News HERE or visit the website HERE and sign up there.

And if you have suggestions for us to make Adirondacks A & E even better, please do share them with us. We love to hear from you!

Thanks for joining with us—here’s to the next 350!

Beth & Tim Rowland


Keene Valley Library Presents


Deadline extended!

Statewide Community Regrants (SCR) Program

ALCA invites artists and nonprofit organizations in the Adirondack Quad-County Region (Clinton, Essex, Franklin, and Hamilton County) to apply for Arts Education, Community Arts, and Individual Artist funding for projects in 2024. This funding is made possible by the support of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).

The application deadline has been EXTENDED to Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

To review eligibility and other criteria in the SCR application guidelines, please visit HERE.


SHOW II

Fire Light

March 1 – April 3
Opening Reception Friday, March 1, 5 pm

Featuring works from Charlene Leary and Margaret Jacobs

Lapham Gallery, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls


Our third Postcard Poem is here!

We’re thrilled to share our third Postcard Poem, featuring “Fireworks” by Laura Cordts, who lives in Hannawa Falls, NY! This 5×7-inch broadside was designed by our visiting writer Erin Dorney and printed at Compass Printing Plus in Saranac Lake. Limited edition of 100, so get yours now!

Laura Cordts was named “Class Poet” in 4th grade. Following a 45 year poetry hiatus, she returned to writing after retirement. Her work has been published in Blueline Magazine and Amethyst Review, with SLC Arts, and as part of the Adirondack Center for Writing’s Poem Village project. Cordts she spends her days puttering around in the kitchen, garden, the woods, and on the page.

A poetry broadside is an ephemeral and collectible small work of art featuring a poem printed on one side of a sheet of paper. They are often traded, sold online and at events, exhibited at galleries, fairs, and community arts centers, and collected by libraries. SLC Arts has a poetry broadside series as well, check it out here.

You can order a copy (or multiple) HERE.

We also have a subscription option available HERE if you’d like to purchase all 4 broadsides in the ACW Postcard Poems series, with our final one launching in March.

Adirondack Center for Writing, 15 Broadway, Saranac Lake


Advertising Opportunity

The Au Sable River Valley Business Association (ARVBA) in partnership with ROOST is offering advertising opportunities in the 2024 Whiteface Region Visitors Guide. The 2022 edition was a great success, and a copy can be viewed and downloaded HERE.

The 2024 edition will be printed in 3000 copies and available online on both the Whiteface Region website and the Au Sable River Valley Business Association website. View the rate card and details HERE.

ARVBA members receive a 20% discount off the rates. If you are not yet a member, you can join ARVBA easily HERE.

For more information please reach out to Marisol at info@ausablerivervalley.com, or call 845-826-6994.

Your support is highly appreciated, Thank you!


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