Images of First Night Saranac Lake

Contortionist Alakazam the Human Knot (aka Alan Millar) talks to the audience in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Contortionist Alakazam the Human Knot (aka Alan Millar) balances on a pole in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)
Alakazam the Human Knot (aka Alan Millar) performs a final trick with machetes, a four-blade chopper and a tennis racket — all while standing on a pole held upright by ropes held by audience members — in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)
Blue light covers Maria Zemantauski, a flamenco guitarist from New York’s Capital Region, as she plays at Pendragon Theatre Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Maria Zemantauski, a flamenco guitarist from New York’s Capital Region, laughs as she introduces a song at Pendragon Theatre Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
A girl volunteers to get a balloon animal from Matt Paul of the LoonWorks clown troupe at the Saranac Lake Free Library Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
A girl gets a balloon cow hat from Scott Eichholtz of the LoonWorks clown troupe at the Saranac Lake Free Library Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Gregor Kitzis of the Ouluska Pass Chamber Music Ensemble plays at the St. Luke's Parish Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
An audience member listens attentively to the classical music of the Ouluska Pass Chamber Music Ensemble plays at the St. Luke's Parish Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Klaus and Lisa Meissner of the Rustic Riders perform a children's folk song about bears in the hall of the First United Methodist Church Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Eddy and Kim Lawrence perform in the hall of the First United Methodist Church Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
From left, Saranac Lake High School students Dellice Chase and Cedar Young laugh at the improv comedy of Comepletely Stranded in the hall of the First Presbyterian Church Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
From left, Jason Borrie, Merritt Billiter and Tiana Merrero of the Plattsburgh-based Completely Stranded improv comedy troupe make the audience laugh at the First Presyterian Church Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)
Stand-up comedian Moody McCarthyperforms at the Saranac Lake Free Library Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
From front to back, Addison Bickford plays piano with Steve Langdon on guitar and Dan Spada on bass guitar in St. Luke’s Parish Hall Monday night at First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
George Cordes of High Peaks Opera sings “Old Man River” in St. Bernard’s Catholic Church Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Members of the Big Takeover — from right, singer NeeNee Rushie, Chas Montrose on saxophone and Andrew Vogt on trombone — pour their hearts into their reggae music in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Singer NeeNee Rushie of reggae band the Big Takeover shimmies between bass plater Rob Kissner, left, and guitarist Guthrie Lord onstage at the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Guthrie Lord of reggae band the Big Takeover rips a guitar solo onstage at the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
People dance to the reggae music of the Big Takeover in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Sisters Jenny and Sarah Curtis of local swing band Crackin’ Foxy sing in harmony at the Elks Lodge Monday Night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)
Members of Crackin’ Foxy — from right, Mark Hofschneider on banjo, Russ Mulvey on bass, Alex Marklund on guitar, Jacob Stern on fiddle and Wayne Davison on saxophone — perform at the Elks Lodge Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)
Wayne Davison of local swing band Crackin’ Foxy plays soprano saxophone alongside fiddler Jacob Stern at the Elks Lodge Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
The Brother Brothers — identical twins Adam, left, and David Moss — sing in tight harmony at Pendragon Theatre Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)
Eric, left, and Leigh Gibson of the Gibson Brothers play with drummer Sam Zucchini in the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday night during First Night Saranac Lake. The North Country-based band is branching out from traditional bluegrass to play country music with electric guitars and drums. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Leigh Gibson tells the crowd at the Harrietstown Town Hall that the Gibson Brothers would play longer if fireworks hadn’t already begun exploding to end 2018 and First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
A burst of fireworks is seen through trees just after midnight on New Year’s Day during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Rain skews the view of fireworks on the shore of Lake Flower after midnight on New Year’s Day during First Night Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Jesse Adcock)

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