Adirondack A&E e-News # 393




Observations

Paintings of the Adirondacks by Sandra Hildreth

Through Thursday, August 29, 2024

Just about all of the paintings in this show were done “en plein air,” outdoors, on location. Most of them were done at the VIC.

This exhibit offers an extraordinary opportunity to give back to the VIC.

A heartfelt message from Sandra Hildreth:
“I’ve been painting at the VIC for over 20 years, observing how the light changes from morning to afternoon, the colors, from one season to another, and the views from year to year. This is a special place that provides educational experiences, recreational opportunities and access for all. I believe my paintings illustrate the great respect I have for the Adirondack environment. I am humbly grateful for the 100s of hours spent on the VIC trails. In return I am offering a special opportunity to both bring home a painting and help support the programming of the VIC.”

Pieces that were done on VIC property have unique pricing available that include a donation to the VIC. Please see the exhibit in person or contact the front desk for more information.

Heron Marsh Gallery, Paul Smith’s College VIC, 8023 State Route 30
Paul Smiths


Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Presents

Workshops & Kids’ Arts Camp

Registration available now!

Adult workshops and kids’ arts camp activities are returning to the Arts Center this summer! Participants of all skill levels are welcome to unleash their inner artists with a variety of crafting projects. Learn more HERE and HERE.

Discounted Kids’ Arts Camp ticket packages are available now! Sign up for all sessions in one easy check-out. (7 workshops for the price of 6.)

ALCA, 3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake


Looking for Peppermint

By Max Eaton

Thursday, June 6, from 5-7 pm

Play ADK and the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) will host Maxwell Eaton III, the only award-winning children’s book author to finish first place in C-1 Stock at the 90 Miler (aka the Adirondack Canoe Classic), for a reading of his book, Looking for Peppermint.

Meet Max, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and let your kids engage in Play ADK activities like Lego Car Derby and our Imagination Playground blocks.

This FREE event is open to all ages but geared toward younger children birth to 6.

More info and register HERE.

Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake


The Return of the Popular King’s Garden Plant Sale

Fort Ticonderoga Celebrates National Garden Week

Saturday, June 8, 2024 10 am – 4 pm

Help Fort Ticonderoga with the historic garden’s stewardship and take home your very own living legacy from the walled King’s Garden.

Visitors have the option to purchase their own beautiful and historic pre-potted King’s Garden flowers or dig their own selection with the guidance of our experienced garden staff. Favorite divisions and whole plants will be available in dozens of varietals including, but not limited to, Iris, Day Lilies, Hosta, Tiger Lilies, Coneflower, Bee Balm, Yarrow, and Astilbe. Garden seeds are also available for purchase at the Museum Store inside the Log House Welcome Center.

Learn more and get tickets HERE.


Keene Arts Presents

Twist & Turns

Keene Arts, 10881 Route 73, Keene, NY


LARAC Presents

53rd Annual June Arts Festival

June 8 & 9, 2024.Saturday 10 – 5, Sunday 10 – 4

Our Annual June Arts Festival features local, regional, and national artists offering a variety of products such as jewelry, home goods, food items, fine art, textiles, and more. The event also includes live music from local musicians all weekend long. This event takes place rain or shine and includes live entertainment by local musicians.

City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls


The Mill. Photo by Tim Rowland.

ICYMI

“Westport’s Champlain Valley Seed Cooperative reimagined as community hub”

Couple works to transform historic Adirondack building into The Mill, a cultural center featuring art galleries, live music, and a 1920s-themed bar

Read Tim Rowland’s Adirondack Explorer article on Westport’s The Mill HERE.

Taylor and Catherine Haskins in The Knock, a speakeasy-themed bar. This month, the 72-year-old former Champlain Valley Seed Cooperative in Westport will enter the first phase of its second act as a music, art and cultural center. Photo by Tim Rowland

Call for Artists

Nourishing Our Waters: Sustaining Our Stories Exhibition

SLA Arts ia excited to announce an upcoming exhibition opportunity at the James F Montpellier Gallery at Ogdensburg Free Academy!

Submission Deadline June 17, 2024

SLC Arts invites artists aged 16+ to explore the vital role of the waterways in the North Country region and their profound impact on our lives and communities. We are seeking submissions of both 2D and 3D artworks that celebrate the beauty, resilience, and significance of the region’s rivers, lakes, and streams. Artists are encouraged to draw inspiration from Indigenous knowledge and perspectives, incorporating traditional ecological wisdom and cultural narratives that honor the interconnected relationship between humans and water. Through their art, we hope to convey the ways in which these waterways have sustained us physically, culturally, and spiritually, while also highlighting the importance of conservation and stewardship for future generations.

Learn more and submit HERE.

SLC Arts, 6 Raymond St, Potsdam


Classes at Ti Arts


Mountain to Mountain Theatre Presents

Amos & Julia Ward Theatre, 15 Parkside Dr, Jay


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