Adirondack A&E e-News # 43


The Depot Theatre will ease into live theatre’s “new normal” with a decidedly abnormal (and eclectic) three-show lineup for the 2022 main stage season, which features a tribute to Sondheim, a riveting drama, and a spookily hilarious musical.

The only professional Equity theatre in the Adirondacks, the Depot will continue to adhere to government and Actors’ Equity health and safety guidelines. “Just as we creatively manage the on-stage reaction to trains that interrupt our performances, we are prepared for whatever protocols we’ll need to implement to protect our cast and patrons,” said Kim Rielly, Depot Theatre Executive Director. “As in 2021, we appreciate everyone’s support and flexibility in making it possible to experience live theatre yet again!” The Depot Theatre is located in Westport.

The season opens with the humorous, poignant, and sophisticated musical review, PUTTING IT TOGETHER (June 30 through July 17), followed by OLEANNA
(July 22 – August 7), and then THE ADDAMS FAMILY, A NEW MUSICAL (August 12-28).

More information is HERE.

Video audition submissions are being accepted through March 21. For more information about required materials, visit HERE.


Friday, April 22, 6-8 pm, 100 Main Street, Saranac Lake

NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery Artists will be collaborating with poets Jim Bourey, Saikat Chakraborty, Sylvia Karman, Craig Milewski, Roger Mitchell, and Nan Morse to create a compelling exhibit of new works of art and responsive poetry. This year, the exhibit and poetry readings will be hosted by the historic Hotel Saranac.

Please join us—there will be plenty of seating and a wonderful ambiance to relax in and enjoy a magical evening.

Cash bar, and Chef is preparing a special tapas menu available for purchase.

For more information please visit HERE.

The event is free and open to the public.


Calling all creative designers and builders- children and adults!

The Bookstore Plus is hosting a house building contest based on local author, Maxwell Eaton III’s newest book “Bear Builds a House.”

Enter for your chance to win a The Bookstore Plus gift card!

Adult (18+) prize: $50 giftcard

Child (under 18) prize: $25 giftcard

Entries need to be brought to The Bookstore Plus by April 23rd.

Winners will be announced April 30th (Independent Bookstore Day!) at 1 pm by Max himself followed by a book signing until 3 pm!


  • 1 blueprint design for your house
  • Site plan showing where your house would be located.
  • Interior design plan
  • Exterior design plan
  • MAXIMUM 12inx12inx12in structure
  • Use recycled materials ONLY (cardboard, scraps of wood, plastic, etc.)


The Bookstore Plus
2491 Main St, Lake Placid, (518) 523-2950


The Warren County Historical Society is seeking submissions for Warren County Voices, an historical memoirs writing project that will culminate in a book to be published in early 2023.

Those interested are asked to write about their recollections of growing up or living in Warren County. Submissions must be emailed in a Word Document format to or by Dec 31. Writings should preferably be one to five pages, no more than ten pages. Writing and editing support will be provided.

For Monica Sandreczki’s North Country Public Radio piece on the project, go HERE.

Warren County Historical Society, 50 Gurney Lane, Queensbury, 518-743-0734.


The King’s Garden at Fort Ticonderoga presents the Tenth Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium on Saturday, April 2, 2022.

This program features practical and inspiring strategies for expanding and improving your garden & landscape. We invite you to join us, whether you are an experienced gardener or you are just getting started, for helpful insights from garden experts who live and garden in northern climates.

NEW! Those who are unable to travel to Ticonderoga for the symposium can register to participate online through Fort Ticonderoga’s Center for Digital History using ZOOM.

Sign up by March 15th to receive $15 off in-person or virtual!

Downloadable brochure HERE.

Register HERE.

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