Adirondack A&E e-News # 361

Moment’s Notice at Will Rogers

Saturday, March 23, 7 pm

Join Moment’s Notice for an evening of fine music at Saranac Village at Will Rogers in Saranac Lake.

We’ll be in the Great Room; a great place to listen to music.

Will Rogers, 78 Will Rogers Drive, Saranac Lake

Downtown Artist Cellar Presents

“Meet Your Inner Muse” Workshop With Evelyne Verret

A Journey of Self-Discovery through


Sunday, March 24, 2 – 4pm

Whether you’re a seasoned artist or a beginner, this workshop is designed to help you let go of preconceived notions about art and connect with your inner wisdom. Nourish your creative soul, boost well-being, and experience the joy of self-expression. No prior painting experience is required, as step-by-step guidance will be provided for a seamless and fulfilling experience.

This transformative workshop led by Evelyne Verret, an Intentional
Creativity Teacher is supported by the Thrive Project and part of the SWAN celebration, invites participants to tap into their creativity through painting, journaling, and more.

Learn more and sign up HERE.

Downtown Artist Cellar, 410 East Main Street, Malone

Too Tall String Band Plays This Saturday In Jay!

The Chapman Museum Presents

Presentation on New York State Women’s History

Speaker: Jill Kracov Zinckgraf, EdD, MPA, Interim Executive Director of the National Women’s History Alliance
Tuesday, March 26, 2024, 7 pm, via Zoom, Free

In honor of Women’s History Month, Dr. Zinckgraf of the National Women’s History Alliance will give an insightful presentation on the significance of women’s history in New York State, highlighting important figures and minority voices.

To register, visit HERE.

Celebrating the Path to Totality With Rockwell Kent

Through May 18, 2024

The Plattsburgh State Art Museum and its staff are anxiously awaiting this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to behold the total eclipse that will occur in Plattsburgh on April 8, 2024. In anticipation of this momentous event, we explored our collections for celestial representations to mark the occasion. The works in the exhibit were the result of a commission of the Hayden Planetarium for LIFE magazine on November 1, 1937 and shows Four Ways In Which The World May End.

More info HERE.

Outside of Burke Gallery, 2nd floor, Myers Building, Plattsburgh State Art Museum, 101 Broad St., Plattsburgh

NYS Maple Weekend Breakfast

Saturday, March 23, 10 -1 pm
Sunday, March 24, 10 – 2 pm

Enjoy a breakfast/brunch highlighting the Maple Syrup products produced here at Paul Smith’s College. A pure and natural food product at its freshest and in its many forms.

Alumni Chef David Pittman will be creating all sorts of maple delicacies for you try, Maple bacon, Maple glazed sausage, even Maple Crème Brulee. Of course, we will pancakes and waffles. All you can eat, Adults $15, kids $10.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Also at the VIC

Music over the Marsh

Charlie Reinertsen

Saturday, March 23, 2 – 4 pm

Charlie Reinertsen is a solo singer/songwriter based in Saranac Lake, New York. Charlie is classically trained on both vocals and guitar, and has written and released two blues/indie/roots rock albums with Ulufudu–All I Know (2013) and Between the Pines (2013). Charlie played guitar for St. Olaf College’s jazz band that was named the top undergraduate large ensemble in the nation by Downbeat Magazine in 2011.

Paul Smith’s College VIC, 8023 SR 30, Paul Smiths

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