SPEAKEAZY STORYTELLING OPEN MIC

Whitcomb's Garage 1598 NYS Route 22, Essex

SpeakEazy Storytelling Open Mic Whitcomb’s at the Grange in Whallonsburg, NY Wednesday, April 12 from 7-9pm Sign up list opens at 6:45 Everyone has a story to tell, and we want to hear yours. Come and share or just listen as community members and visitors from all walks of life, backgrounds and orientations come together...

Free

SPEAKEAZY STORYTELLING OPEN MIC

Whitcomb's Garage 1598 NYS Route 22, Essex

SpeakEazy Storytelling Open Mic Whitcomb’s at the Grange in Whallonsburg, NY Wednesday, May 10 from 7-9pm Sign up list opens at 6:45 Everyone has a story to tell, and we want to hear yours. Come and share or just listen as community members and visitors from all walks of life, backgrounds and orientations come together...

Free

The Rough and Tumble in concert

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Rough & Tumble, a dynamic duo comprised of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler, have been captivating audiences with their unique blend of dumpster-folk and thrift store-Americana for over a decade. The Pennsylvania-born Graham and Central California's Tyler have a knack for weaving together elements of joy, sorrow, comedy, and drama in their music, with...

Free

Four of the Ways, A Dance Performance

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

Nicole Dagesse, Jessie Owens and Hanna Satterlee have been dance partners in many independent works for stage, site, and film since 2016. "Four of the Ways," speaks to their interest in expansive physical possibility, exploring mystery, and showcasing the power of human connection, in this unique performance crafted for the Grange community. "Four of the...

$10

The Amalgamates in concert

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Amalgamates are a duo whose repertoire draws from folk, jazz, bluegrass, pop, and southern US fiddle traditions. They’ll be inviting some special guests to join them. Bassist Mark Murphy is one of the most versatile voices in acoustic music today. He’s performed on the Nashville Network, A Prairie Home Companion, and Late Night with...

$10

Five Conversations: Justin Cree and Katharine Preston

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Fall Lyceum presents a five-week series of conversations that will dig deep into topics of concern and significance for the region. Justin Cree in conversation with Katharine Preston about the history, enduring culture, and contemporary struggles of the Mohawk people. Justin Cree is a member of the "Wakathahión:ni (Wolf Clan) Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk) of the...

$5

Five Conversations: Nina Schoch and Andrea Barrett

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Fall Lyceum presents a five-week series of conversations that will dig deep into topics of concern and significance for the region. Dr. Nina Schoch and Andrea Barrett will discuss the scientific and cultural significance of loons in the Adirondacks, the work of the Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation, what leads people into working with...

$5

Five Conversations: Michale Glennon and Elizabeth Lee

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Fall Lyceum presents a five-week series of conversations that will dig deep into topics of concern and significance for the region. Tonight's discussion: Michale Glennon in conversation with Elizabeth Lee about ecology, climate science, and community engagement. Michale Glennon has worked as a wildlife ecologist in the Adirondacks for two decades, investigating a variety...

$5

Newberry & Verch in concert

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

Growing up, Joe Newberry and April Verch absorbed traditions of home and hearth–in his Missouri Ozarks and her Ottawa Valley of Canada. Although they are on the road much of the year, the two musicians are fond of saying that they are rarely homesick, because their music means they always have a bit of home...

Free

Five Conversations: Peter Paine and Diane Fish

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Fall Lyceum presents a five-week series of conversations that will dig deep into topics of concern and significance for the region. Tonights discussion: Willsboro resident Peter Paine, Jr., a legendary champion of the Adirondacks, and Diane Fish, former Deputy Director of the Adirondack Council, will talk about developing a commitment to place, the triumphs...

$5

Five Conversations: John Mesick and Steven Engelhart

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

The Fall Lyceum presents a five-week series of conversations that will dig deep into topics of concern and significance for the region. Tonights discussion: John Mesick, a distinguished preservation architect, and Steven Engelhart, the long-time executive director of Adirondack Architectural Heritage, will have a far-ranging conversation about what brought them to this field, what their...

$5

House of Hamill in concert

Whallonsburg Grange 1610 NY-22

“Their songs are always on the edge of tradition and innovation… their performances are electrifying!” —Highlander Radio Whether they’re ripping through a set of original jigs and reels, adding lush three-part harmonies into traditional folk ballads, or cracking up an audience with stories from the road, House of Hamill puts on a show that captivates...

$15