Arts

Submitted by Kelly Kennedy on Oct 14, 2014
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A place like no otherThe Adirondacks has been a muse to many over the years - inspiring art, music, health, exploration. Winslow Homer, one of the foremost painters in 19th-century America and a preeminent figure in American art, is one such visitor to the Adirondacks. His fascination spanned 40 years, and over twenty-one trips, resulting in over a hundred peices of art. It's been said that no
Submitted by Sue Cameron on Aug 20, 2014
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As summer winds down in the Adirondacks, the days get shorter, the temperatures cool some and we look forward to the events of fall. But don’t forget there’s still some summer left, so enjoy the remainder with some of our ongoing events while you wait for fall to set in a bit later in September. In the art & workshop departments, there are still plenty of events on the calendar:
Submitted by Sue Cameron on Jun 16, 2014
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Events are all over the calendar in the Schroon Lake Region during the next few weeks. There’s something for everyone! Strawberries, strawberries!If fresh, local strawberries are a favorite of yours, don’t miss the Schroon Lake-North Hudson Historical Society’s Strawberry Festival and opening day for the Museum on June 22, noon at the Museum on Main Street in Schroon Lake. Strawberry
Submitted by schroonlake on Feb 04, 2014
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Mid-winter in the Schroon Lake Region means EVENTS!Snowshoe hikes at the Adirondack Interpretive CenterBird walks at the Adirondack Interpretive CenterFull moon partiesGreat camp toursChili cookoffFishing derby Coming up during the next few weeks, there's lots to keep you busy and it's all about the outdoors when it comes to events.  Take a hike at the AIC...The Adirondack Interpretive
Submitted by Kathy Recchia on Aug 05, 2013
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Schroon Lake is harboring a gem. But this year, due to insufficient funding, that gem is appearing in the rough. The Adirondack Shakespeare Company, based in Schroon Lake, could not afford a main stage production of Shakespeare this season but that has not stopped them from producing a superb staged reading of the bard’s popular comedy, “Much Ado About Nothing.” The production is at the