Adirondack A&E e-News # 394




ALCA Open for 2024 Season

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (ALCA) announces upcoming events in the month of June upon reopening for the 2024 season. Visitors can enjoy a variety of artwork in our gallery spaces, featuring the work of collage artist Kiera Stasny, plus contributions from the Adirondack community in our annual Members Show.

Visitors also have the opportunity to get involved with the return of an open mic/karaoke night happening Friday, June 14, followed by a special Monarch Festival workshop on Saturday, June 15. Information and registration for all Arts Center events can be found HERE.

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, 3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake


John Brown Lives! Presents


Johnsburg Central School Presents

JCS Music 2024 Senior Showcase

Wednesday, June 12, 7 pm

Featuring the JCS Stage Band, Classical Performances by Evan Bonanno and Caroline Williams, and special Senior surprise!

This event is free but DONATIONS are appreciated at the door to fund the purchase of new instruments.

Seating: no advanced reservations, first come, first serve until venue is full (158 seats), doors open at 6:15 pm. We cannot overfill the auditorium.

Tannery Pond Center, 228 Main St., North Creek


Janet E. Irvin Book Talk


A Night To Remember – Food & Wine Extravaganza

Limited Engagement Special Food & Wine Dinners At Rolling Hills Estate Winery, one of the most premier wineries in the ADKs

Join us at the Tasting Barn at Rolling Hills Estate Winery this summer for our amazing lineup of SEVEN spectacular limited engagement dinners skillfully prepared by celebrity Chef Vittorio Lanni! These magnificent five-course farm-to-table dinners will be paired with and feature our JUST RELEASED private wine collection available only by limited allotment. Vittorio’s farm-fresh dishes have been compared to Michelin Star cuisine and he’s been dubbed the Thomas Keller of the Adirondacks. Vittorio is owner and head Chef of renowned Lanni’s Cucina Verace in Sparkill, NY and is highly regarded in both the food & wine industry.

These intimate dinners are limited to 45 guests. We cater to dietary restrictions and food allergies. Dates: June 24, July 1, 8, 22, 29 and August 5 & 12.

*As not yet available for sale online (but coming soon to New Yorkers!), our guests will have the unique opportunity to be among the first to purchase our wines after the event.

Please contact melissa@RollingHillsEstateWinery.com or 914.844.1068 for more details and to reserve your spot. Learn more about Rolling Hills Winery HERE.

Rolling Hills Winery, Westport NY


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Bell Fire Arts Collective Presents

SpeakEazy Storytelling Open Mic at Old Soul Taproom

Wednesday, June 12, 7 pm

Join host Alex Clark for an evening of storytelling!

Come and share your story or just listen as community members and visitors from all walks of life, backgrounds and orientations come together and connect through the sharing of personal stories in a safe, supportive environment free from pressure or judgment.

No experience necessary. Any story is perfect: from your life story to what you saw in town last week. Family stories, funny stories, heartbreaking stories— anything you want to share. You are welcome to tell from the head and heart, or to read your story. When your name is called, the stage is yours for seven minutes.

Tellers and would-be tellers learn more HERE.

Old Soul Taproom, 124 Margaret St, Plattsburgh


Warren County Historical Society Presents

Defeating Slavery: Hamilton’s American System Showed the Way

Thursday, June 13, 2024, 7 pm

The Warren County Historical Society is pleased to present Defeating Slavery: Hamilton’s American System Showed the Way with author Nancy Bradeen Spannaus, at the Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls.

In her new book, which Kirkus Review calls a “stimulating take on the intersection of American slavery and economic policy,” Spannaus documents the depth and pre-eminence of the American anti-slavery movement, starting in the 18th century and growing to a peak during the Revolutionary era. The fight against slavery by persons of all races was integral to our Revolution, and never died. It was the sabotage of Hamilton’s economic principles, especially in the Andrew Jackson administration, that made the Civil War necessary in order to end the scourge of slavery.
This event is free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library and the WarrenNY250 Commission.

Christine L. MacDonald Community Room, Crandall Public Library, 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls


Wilmington Whiteface Whiskey Festival


Tupper Arts Presents

Iron and Wood. When Mediums Collide

Wednesday, June 12 thru Tuesday, July 30
Opening reception Wednesday, June 12, 5 – 6:30

Darrell Savage is an iron craftsman, local to Tupper Lake. Darrell has a fervor for creating unique and bespoke pieces, often using his love of nature as inspiration.

Larry Churco is a local, celebrated wood craftsman who has been honing his talent for 45 years. His highly individualized pieces are beautifully decorative, as well as highly functional.

Together they create a masterful and unconventional collision of two traditional mediums.

Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake


The June Jam at Upper Jay Art Center and Recovery Lounge

Sunday, June 9, 2 – 6 pm

We’re bringing the joy of our January Jams series into our summer fun for this one-time summer jam! Come to the Recovery Lounge and play a few songs, or just come to enjoy the musical offerings of our talented community.

Performing Details: Open mic signup will begin a 1:45 pm. We’ll aim to give everyone time to perform 2-3 songs (as time and volume of signups allow). Technical setup is simple/quick, and we’ll provide basic equipment (if you need specific hookups, pedals, etc. that you need please bring with you and we’ll do our best to accommodate).

FREE (donations greatly appreciated)

Learn more HERE.

Upper Jay Art Center and Recovery Lounge, 12198 Old Rte 9n, Upper Jay


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