All are invited to drop by the Long Lake Town Hall on Saturday, July 30, a day which will serve as a celebration of the robust history of Long Lake. Guests are encouraged to view a historical showcase and chat with a member of the Long Lake Historical Society from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. before enjoying two short plays that evening beginning at 7 p.m. The two performances, A Walk on the Wild Side with Mary Ann Keller & Mystery of the Buttercup, are written and directed by Gail Huntley and based on the original settlers of Long Lake. These events are offered free of charge.
A Walk on the Wild Side with Mary Ann Keller &
Mystery of the Buttercup
July 30, 2022 7 p.m.
Presenting: Two short plays
Written and directed by Gail Huntley
A night of historical entertainment including two performances based on the original settlers of Long Lake, NY in the 1800s with musical entertainment by local musicians. A Walk on the Wild Side explores the dangers surrounding our first pioneers. Mystery of the Buttercup (abridged) is based on the riveting true story of the steamship that sits outside the town office buildings in Long Lake. Both are reenactments by local actors of real people portrayed with all the excitement, and fervor found in Huntley’s books.
July 30, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Enjoy displays of the rich history of Long Lake
Speak with a member of the historical society
The Long Lake Town Hall is located at 1204 Main Street
Photo at top: Long Lake website photo.