Adirondack A&E e-News # 401




Due to Unforeseen Circumstances, Friday’s Screening of The Taste of Things has Been Postponed to July 12, 7 pm

For those unable to make the rescheduled date, refunds are available at the LPCA Box Office.

->Details HERE.


The Westport Library Presents

The Crisis of the Union, Then and Now

A Lecture Series by Connor Williams, American Historian
June 25, August 13, and October 15, 2024, 6 pm

Over a three-part series this summer and fall, Williams will present The Crisis of the Union, Then and Now at the Westport Library. Using a historical perspective, Williams will illuminate the many factors from approximately 1848 to 1861 that started a conflict that (between those fighting for the United States and those fighting against them) killed more Americans than all our other wars from 1775 onward, combined.

Following each historical presentation, Williams will guide a respectful discussion about the current politics of our present, and how they both resonate and differ with the passions of the past. For these conversations he will keep the focus more on trends and ideologies than party affiliation; Williams only plans on using “Republican” and “Democrat” in their historical, 1850s sense.

More info HERE.

Westport Library, 6 Harris Lane, Westport


Observations: Paintings at the VIC

Exhibit Reception Sunday, June 30, 3 – 5 pm
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 100’s 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.
—Sandra Hildreth

Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 NY-30, Paul Smiths


Ti Arts Presents


Three Upcoming Workshops at Downtown Art Cellars

Downtown Art Cellars is excited to announce three upcoming workshops designed to inspire creativity and community engagement.

Awaken A Dream: A Muse Workshop with Evelyne Verret
June 23, 2-4 pm, $50 (all supplies included) (scholarships available)
Reconnect with your dreams in this guided visioning and painting workshop. Join a supportive group of women to revive long-forgotten aspirations with step-by-step painting guidance, music, poetry, and dancing. Evelyne Verret, an experienced Intentional Creativity facilitator, will lead you on this creative journey.

Celebrating Pride Month with a Printmaking Workshop
June 27, 5-7 pm, Free (all supplies included)
Celebrate love, diversity, and self-expression through printmaking. Led by Artist MJ Bray, this free hands-on workshop honors Pride Month and amplifies the message of love and acceptance.

Watercolor Workshop with Michiko Taylor
July 28, 2-4 pm, $35 (scholarships available)
Learn the basics of watercolor painting with Michiko Taylor, an award-winning artist. Discover techniques for layering colors and creating highlights. Bring your own supplies; the gallery provides paper and some materials.

For more information and to sign up, visit HERE or info@downtownartistcellar.com or 518-651-5172.

Downtown Art Cellars, 410 East Main Street, Malone

Inner Muse Workshop
Pride Workshop
Watercolor Workshop

Depot Theatre Presents

ANALOG & VINYL

Opens 2024 main stage season
June 27 through July 14

The Depot Theatre in Westport, New York, is pleased to announce the dynamic cast of ANALOG & VINYL, the first production in the theatre’s 46th season main stage lineup.

ANALOG & VINYL is a musical rom-com romp with a memorable score infused with the influences of Elvis Costello, the Beatles, and Brian Wilson. It’s a delicious, devilish tale of Harrison, a young record shop owner, Rodeo Girl, the seemingly spacey—yet weirdlywise—hipster obsessed with him, and a mysterious stranger who rocks their world with an offer they might not be able to refuse.

More info and purchase tickets HERE.

Depot Theatre, 6705 Main St, Westport


Author Debby Havas Returns to NewVida Preserve

Wednesday, June 26m, 11 am – 12 pm

Create balance and promote healing – physical, emotional and spiritual – by incorporating Mother Nature’s beauty into your life.

Learn more HERE.

NewVida Preserve, 6394 NY-86, Jay


The Music of Nature

Saturday, June 29, 5 pm
Pianist Ben Cosgrove will once again combine the resonant sounds of an acoustic piano with the rustling of leaves, a croaking bullfrog chorus, and the compelling whir of wind under a canopy of trees, clouds and dappled rays of sun, all in the ideal outdoor setting for a concert—the Champlain Area Trails (CATS) Essex Quarry Nature Preserve.

Essex Quarry Nature Preserve, 2215 Lake Shore Rd, Essex

A scene from last year’s event- volunteers helping place the piano in the right spot.

Sunday, June 30th Concert at the Hand House
If you cannot attend Saturday’s outdoor event, we are offering another concert the following day, Sunday, June 30th at 3 pm at the Hand House Parlor in Elizabethtown, our traditional concert venue. Following the concert, we will enjoy a sumptuous reception for Ben Cosgrove.

Find out more about both concerts HERE.

The Hand House, 8289-8253 River St, Elizabethtown


Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Presents

Bowlin-Cho Duo

Saturday, June 29, 7:30 pm

Violinist David Bowlin and pianist Tony Cho perform an exciting classical-music program!

Details HERE.

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


Endless Field + Sara Caswell

Friday, June 28, 7:30 pm

Endless Field is a guitar and bass duo featuring guitarist jesse Lewis and bassist Ike Sturm.

They play original songs filled with intricate finger-style lines, improvisation and ambient textures. Virtuoso violinist Sara Caswell joins the performance as a special guest.

Learn more HERE.

The Mill, 6679 Main St., Westport


Trillium Chamber Players


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