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‘Pride and Prejudice’ outdoors for weekend

KEENE VALLEY — The Book and Blanket Players, sponsored by East Branch Friends of the Arts, has been producing youth musicals-in-a-week summer theater for 11 years in Keene Valley. This year, the theatrical adventure continues with an emphasis on flexibility and outdoor rehearsals and ...

Crowd flocks to opening of exhibit by incarcerated artists

LAKE PLACID — “Notable Landscapes and Figures of the Adirondacks: Art Exhibit by Incarcerated Artists” opened on Saturday, July 3 at the John Brown Farm State Historic Site in Lake Placid and was visited in the first few hours by a hundred visitors. Nathalie Thill, executive director of ...

Adirondack Garden Club announces grant awards to area groups

KEENE — After a record number of grant requests, the Adirondack Garden Club recently announced the following Ellen Lea Paine Memorial Nature Fund grant awardees for 2021. ¯ Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation for the creation of a series of photographic murals depicting a year in the ...

Ivory & Gold concert continues ALCA’s return to live shows on Saturday

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE—The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (ALCA) continues its return to live programming in 2021 with the first concert in its new outdoor tented space. The duo Ivory & Gold and their show “Eclectic Americana!” are on Saturday beginning at 7:30 p.m., part of a ...

Long Lake, Raquette Lake mark fantastic Fourth

On Sunday, July 4, the town of Long Lake celebrated the return to normalcy by hosting a series of traditional activities that started at at 10 a.m. at the Long Lake Ball Field. With the green light from Erica Mahoney, Hamilton County director of public health, activities got underway with a ...