The Lake George Area is set to host a number of festivals and events this fall. Events range from Warrensburg to Glens Falls, and include a Food Festival, the World’s Largest Garage sale, and more. » Continue Reading.
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The 4th Annual Adirondack Film Festival, presented by the Adirondack Theatre Festival and set to take place from October 17-20, has announced its full slate of films and special guests.
This year’s lineup includes more than 135 films shown in one weekend (October 17-20) across 6 screens in Downtown Glens Falls. To open the festival, AFF will feature James Franco’s Pretenders – shot entirely in Albany and the Capital Region. » Continue Reading.
Bicyclists Bring Business, a roundtable discussion and community bike-a-round has been set for September 10th and 11th, in Glens Falls.
Tourism professionals, business owners, municipal officials, and cyclists are invited for a discussion on ways to attract cyclists to communities and help ensure sure that businesses are ready to capitalize on bicycle tourism. » Continue Reading.
The first Roots Vegan Festival is set to take place in Downtown Glens Falls’ City Park on Sunday, August 4th, from 1 to 5 pm.
The highlight of the festival will be food vendors offering all plant-based and vegan food options. The festival will also include like-minded crafters, producers, and organizations. » Continue Reading.
Adirondack Theatre Festival has announced the premiere of Calling All Kates, which is set to run June 14 – 22, 2019 at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Downtown Glens Falls. A leading professional theatre in the Capital Region, ATF is dedicated to new plays and musicals. The season runs June 14 – August 9, 2019 with all performances at the Wood Theater. » Continue Reading.
Art in the Public Eye (APE), Adirondack Theatre Festival, and The Hyde Collection have announced Black Fly, a storytelling event set for Sunday, June 9th at 3 pm, at the Hyde Collection, 161 Warren Street, in Glens Falls.
Speakers will deliver stories inspired by a central theme, Calling All Fakes, a twist on the upcoming Adirondack Theatre Festival performance of Calling All Kates, a new theatrical production based on a true story of a man left at the altar who finds a stranger with the same name as his former fiancée to share the around-the-world honeymoon he planned. » Continue Reading.
The Glens Falls Music Academy Drum Corps Showcase has been set for Monday, July 22, at 7 pm.
Having returned in 2018 after a five-year hiatus, Drum Corps International, ‘Marching Music’s Major League’, is back at East Field in Glens Falls. » Continue Reading.
Twenty-three of Washington County resident Jacob Houston’s paintings will be exhibited in the Hyde Collection’s Hoopes Gallery as A Magical World: The Art of Jacob Houston. When he was 12 years old, Houston entered one of his paintings into the Washington County Fair Farm exhibition and won first prize — an honor he took home every year until he aged out of the competition. » Continue Reading.
The Hyde Collection has invited artists to participate in its annual Plein Air Festival, to be held August 7 to 11, 2019, throughout the Glens Falls area.
The Plein Air Festival celebrates the Museum, community, and art inspired by the outdoors. The festival culminates at The Hyde’s annual Community Day event Sunday, August 11. Community Day is a free admission event that includes tours, art activities, and fun at the Museum inspired by the permanent collection and special exhibition From the Rooftops: John Sloan and the Art of the New Urban Space. » Continue Reading.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Warren County Historical Society will host “The Other Milhollands: John and Vida” on Wednesday, March 27, at 7 pm in Glens Falls.
Managing Director of the Ticonderoga Historical Society Diane O’Connor will be the presenter. » Continue Reading.
Downtown Glens Falls retailer 42 Degrees is set to host a glass pipe blowing competition, ADK Throwdown, from Monday to Friday, December 3 to 7, 2018.
Each day, two glass artists will be creating new work in the 42 Degrees studio at 23 Park Street. Visitors are invited to watch the artists in action during the day at no charge.
The tournament ends with an awards ceremony and presentation of the grand prize of $2,500 to the winner during 42 Degrees’ Annual Holiday Party on Saturday, December 8, from 7 pm to midnight. The Holiday Party will also feature live glass blowing, live music by Hasty Page, and refreshments. Admission is free. » Continue Reading.
On November 4, from 1 to 3 pm, the Chapman Museum’s new exhibit, Personal Effects, which highlights a wide variety of items from the museum’s collection, will open to the public.
The event is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs through March 30, 2019.
According to the Cambridge English dictionary, “Personal Effects” are “Things you own that you often carry with you.” » Continue Reading.
NorthCountryARTS has announced a pair of one-day self-guided artist studio tours on consecutive weekends. The first, highlighting artists in Glens Falls, will be held on Saturday, August 4 from 10 am to 5 pm.
The second tour will be Saturday, August 11, from 10 am to 5 pm highlighting artists in the Lake George and North Warren region of Warren County. » Continue Reading.
The 24th season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) is set to feature the nostalgia-filled dramatic comedy The Jedi Handbook. The show will open at the Charles R. Wood Theater, located at 207 Glen Street in downtown Glens Falls, and run from July 21st to 27th, with a preview on July 20th. Performances will start at 7:30 pm and will include a matinee on Wednesday, July 25th.
The Jedi Handbook is a coming of age story about a young boy who survives growing older with help from The Force. The show has only been seen once in its entirety in Calgary, and ATF will be working with the playwright on a new, condensed version. » Continue Reading.
Coinciding with the Saratoga Race Course’s 2018 meet, The Hyde Collection will present a new exhibition, Horse and Rider, in its Rotunda Gallery from July 20 through September 9.
Americans have long romanticized their relationship with horses: the majesty of wild mustangs galloping through the plains, the allure of cowboys on horseback driving a herd, the utility of farmers tending their fields with horse-drawn plough, and the grace of racehorses. » Continue Reading.
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