The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts has announced that Forever Snocade, a variety show all about life in the Adirondacks, has been set for Saturday, February 22nd at 7 pm. Skits are written, produced, and performed by local actors who know first-hand how to survive winter in the Adirondacks.
Forever Snocade is just one of the many activities planned for Indian Lake’s winter festival, Snocade. More information regarding Indian Lake’s Snocade activities, is available online.
This event will take place at the Indian Lake Theater, located at 13 West Main Street in Indian Lake. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/youth 17 and under and are available online or the night of the event at the door.
If you offered Snocade on a weekend during the day I, and perhaps many others, might like to view it. It sounds interesting but I don’t travel very far at night during the winter. I live south of Lake George.