Adirondack A&E e-News # 369




Happy Eclipse Day!

Will You Have Unwanted Eclipse Glasses After Tomorrow?

We’ve found this repurposing program that might be a fit for some: Eclipse Glasses USA’s donation program.

They are collecting used but undamaged eclipse glasses to send to schools in Latin American so school-aged children can view the 2024 Annular Eclipse.

Find out the details and where to send used but undamaged glasses HERE.


The Reimagined Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party

SLC Arts is thrilled to announce a unique opportunity for women artists to contribute to the reimagining of Judy Chicago’s iconic artwork, “The Dinner Party.” This project aims to honor and celebrate prominent women who have made significant contributions to our society, particularly those who were not included in the original installation because over 40 years have passed.

We are making a call for 24 women artists with strong ties to the North Country to apply to be chosen to create a portion of our dinner party with 12 settings which include 12 tapestries and 12 place settings. To be considered for this collaboration project, please complete the following form. Artists who are chosen and complete their portion of this artwork will receive a $100 stipend.

Submission Deadline: May 7, 2024

Find out more HERE.

SLC Arts (St. Lawrence County Arts Council), 6 Raymond St,, Potsdam


IN THE ADIRONDACK LIBRARY

Where The Styles Brook Waters Flow: The Place I Call Home

By Lorraine Duvall

Monday, April 15, 2024, 7 – 8 pm, Virtual program, Free

From its wilderness source to its meeting with the Ausable River, Styles Brook is scarcely five miles long, yet within its scenic, rugged watershed, Duvall has discovered a lifetime of stories that characterize the Adirondack condition. She shares her coming to know the valley and describes the delicate balance of privacy and interconnectivity that is the way of life in rural areas.

Get tickets HERE.


April Ladies Night Out

Spring Wreaths

Wednesday, April 17, 2024, 6 – 8 pm

Enjoy an evening of creating Springs Wreaths and sipping wine with friends.

Brighten your home with a splash of Spring colors! In this workshop, you’ll learn how to design beautiful 12″ Spring Wreath using an assortment of different options.

Registration includes a Spring Wreath to take home, two complimentary beverages and light snacks.

Prior registration required, space is limited.

Register HERE.

View Arts Center, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge


Silent Book Club: SaraPlacid Chapter

Wednesday, April 17, 2024 @ 6 – 8 pm, Origin Coffee Lake Placid

Join us on the 3rd Wednesday of every month for a unique and unstructured book club—no pressure to finish a certain book or have discussion questions ready!

At Silent Book Club, there is no assigned reading. You bring whatever book you are currently reading to our monthly meetup. There will be time to order a drink, chat, and find a seat before settling in to read companionably with fellow book lovers! All are welcome.

The SaraPlacid Chapter alternates meetings at Origin Coffee Co.’s Lake Placid and Saranac Lake locations each month.

This event is free to attend but you must reserve a spot so we don’t go over capacity. Register HERE.

Silent Book Club is a global community of readers and introverts, with 500 chapters around the world led by local volunteers. SBC members gather to read and build community in quiet camaraderie. This is the SaraPlacid chapter, but you can learn all about the movement HERE.

Origin Coffee Co., 2669 Main St, Lake Placid


Bands and Beans – 30 Years!

Sunday, April 14, 2024, 2 – 7 pm, Fort William Henry Conference Center

Spice up your April with a heaping helping of fun at the Bands and Beans—the biggest party in the North Country!

Over twenty local restaurants will be throwing down their best chili concoctions and all vying for the coveted People’s Choice Award. The heat doesn’t stop there though! We’ve got nine of your favorite bands, on two stages, playing all day long.

This event isn’t just a ton of fun, the proceeds from Bands ‘n Beans benefit the Lake George Arts Project’s free and open to all music and art programs like our year-round Courthouse Gallery exhibitions, our Summer Concert Series and our popular Jazz at the Lake, three-day, Jazz Festival.

Get tickets HERE.

Fort William Henry Conference Center, 48 Canada St, Lake George


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