• Antique & Art Events

    Enjoy a variety of area 2016 Lake George craft shows, antiques shows, garage sales, craft fairs, summer & fall festivals, lawn sales, art workshops, art demonstrations, art classes, arts & crafts projects, bazaars, gift fairs, specialty holiday shops, art events, and art activities – found all over the Lake George/Adirondack region including Warren, Essex, Washington, and Saratoga Counties.

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    If you searching for one-of-a-kind gift items including original Lake George & Adirondack inspired art pieces, made by regional & local artists and artisans, try shopping at these regional craft shows, art shows, craft festivals, bazaars & art centers for truly unique gifts. Find them below at various antique & art events. Also, read our Antiques & Antiquing page for popular area antique & art shops, dealers & centers, as well as interesting antique & art articles.

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    1. Ongoing Antique & Art Events
    2. Calendar List of Antique & Art Events
    3. Groups & Places Hosting Antique & Art Events



    Ongoing Antique & Art Events:

    Here is a list of ongoing Antique & Art Events. Many of them reoccur on a weekly or monthly basis; others on various select dates through the year.



    Ongoing       ARTfull Afternoons

    Children Art Class: visit the museum and its galleries, followed by a different themed art activity each week/ Wednesdays 10:30-11:30am year-round. The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    Ongoing      Artists & Artisans-in-Residence

    Enjoy meeting artists & artisans as they work on their original Adirondack art and Adirondack crafts/Summer 2016 TBA Artists-in-Residence; Artisans-in-Residence.  Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Ongoing      Arts, Crafts & Culture of the Adirondacks

    Learn more about the Adirondack way of life through a variety of hands-on art classes, workshops, demonstrations & programs taught by talented instructors/ Various scheduled times & days year-round. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400.  adirondackfolkschool.org


    Ongoing      Art Talks, Displays and Demos at Thurman Station

    Each week, enjoy a demonstration, display or discussion with local artists or artisans/ Saturdays 9:30am-1:30pm (July & August). Thurman Station, Athol. thurmannyevents.com


    Ongoing       Art Talk Series

    Lake George Land Conservancy’s weekly talks that relate to Lake George and Adirondack inspired art; presenters and topics change each week/ 7pm Wednesdays (July). LGLC’s Macionis Family Center for Conservation, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Ongoing      Ballston Spa’s First Friday

    Downtown shops, restaurants, and galleries in Ballston Spa have “special happenings,” as well as live music, art displays, demonstrations, and more/ First Friday of every month 6-9PM (May – November). Downtown Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Ongoing      Drawing and Pastel Art Classes

    Young adults & up can learn the basics of drawing with artist Beverly Saunders; Also visit The Saunders Gallery of Fine Art to find works by regional artists including oils, acrylic, etchings, contemporary Adirondack furniture, and fine art gifts. bjsartworks & The Saunders Gallery at The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 793-9350. bjsartworks.com


    Ongoing      Fabric Art Workshops

    Take a variety of fabric art workshops with artist Kris Gregson Moss including: “Squiggles” – learn reverse applique technique & discuss quilting techniques, “Colorflow” – make fabric more interesting using free-form rotary cutting & piecing, “Painting with (Not On) Fabric” – using pieces of fabric like pieces of paint, “Pile it Up” – quilt pieces & form shapes before assembling the quilt, and “Fabulous Fabric Sculpture” – build 3D quilt-covered foamcore forms/ Call or check website for schedule. Kris Gregson Moss & Friends Studio at The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 321-6599. krisgregsonmoss.com


    Ongoing      First Friday Beekman Street Art Walk

    Local artists create & showcase their talented work on the sidewalks in front of various studios, restaurants and residences of Beekman Street Art District (a three block stretch of period homes & buildings)/ First Friday of each month 5-8PM (May – October). Historic Arts District of Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs. Find on Facebook. (352) 266-2449. saratogaartdistrict.com


    Ongoing      Glens Falls Third Thursday Art Walk

    Artists’ receptions and art displays at various locations. Enjoy exhibits, lectures, artist demonstrations, and theatrical performances from visual artists, writers, musicians and filmmakers/ Third Thursday of the month 5-8PM (June – August). Various locations in Downtown Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com/third-thursday


    Ongoing       Harmon House Artist Program

    Artists, artisans, photographers & authors (most from the “whistle stops” along the Saratoga & North Creek Railways line) exhibit & sell their works/ Sher Millis Murals Studio Store – 4 Bridge St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 403-4040.


    Ongoing       Jewelry Making Workshops

    Judy Brown, owner of J&J Brown Garnet Studio, hosts workshops on making your own jewelry (including gemstone earrings); for groups of 5 or more only. Garnet Studio, North River. (518) 251-3368. garnetstudio.net


    Ongoing      North Country Arts Center Shows

    Various year-round art shows & exhibits at North Country Art Center’s two locations: Art in Chestertown Gallery – 6378 State Route 9 in Chestertown, and 2nd Floor Gallery at City Hall – 42 Ridge Street in Glens Falls. Visit website for more info and schedule. northcountryartscenter.org


    Ongoing      North Creek Art Walks

    The community celebrating art! Participating businesses host artist receptions for all art forms including photography, quilts, pottery, sculptures and jewelry/ 5-7PM Third Thursday of each month (June – August). Walk down Main Street, North Creek. Find on Facebook. gorechamber.com


    Ongoing      Pottery Classes & Workshops

    Take an adult wheel throwing class with artist Dolores Thomson – includes demos, individual teaching, and working/practicing your pottery skills; private classes also available/ Thomson Gallery – Clay Concepts Pottery Studio and Gallery at The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 744-2002. clayconceptspottery.com   shirtfactorygf.com


    Ongoing       Preschool Art Time

    Kids ages 3-5 can participate in this children’s art program/ Tuesdays 11-11:30AM (thru May) & Wednesdays 11-11:30AM (thru June). Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Ongoing      Private Painting Lessons & Group Workshops

    Individual art lessons in painting for all ages with Adirondack artist Kate Boyle; also various group painting workshops (including acrylics, oils & watercolors) available throughout the year. Kate Boyle Studio at The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 321-8745. glensfallsart.com


    Ongoing       Quilting Classes

    Classes for those who enjoy sewing and quilting. “Beginning Quilting” – learn the basics of quilting; “Hand Work Club” – combination of the Embroidery Club & Applique Cafe into a new stitching class; “Free Motion Club” – learn new quilting & sewing techniques/ Adirondack Quilts at The Shirt Factory – 21 Cooper Street, Glens Falls. (518) 615-0134. adirondackquilts.com


    Ongoing      Salem Art Works Workshops

    Students of all ages can take an array of art workshops with regional & national artists including: Glass Blowing, Welding, Stained Glass, Blacksmithing, Sketching & Painting, Silk Screen, Clay & Metal, Polymer Bead Making, Bookmaking, Book-Binding, Clay & Mold-Making, Watercolor, and more/ Various days & times (June – September). Salem Art Works, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.com


    Ongoing      Saratoga Artisans and Crafters’ Market

    Shop for one-of-a-kind gift items made by local artists & crafters including: prints, jewelry, sculptures, woodworkings & woodcarvings, fabric arts, and more/ 1-7PM Fridays (June – August). High Rock Pavilions, High Rock Ave., Saratoga Springs. (518) 461-4893. Facebook.com/SaratogaArtisansAndCraftersMarket


    Ongoing       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Music, craft vendors & food vendors/ Tuesdays 6:30PM (June – August). Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    Ongoing      The Shirt Factory Art Community

    Visit The Shirt Factory year-round, “a huge old factory given new life as an arts and healing center brimming with artists’ studios, art galleries, art supplies, art workshops, classes and a healing arts community.” Shop local for unique handmade works including fine sculptures, drawings, photography, pottery, paintings, jewelry & more. Many resident artists & galleries provide art classes, lessons and workshops for all ages & beginners too! The Shirt Factory Gallery represents the tenants of the Shirt Factory & special guest artists; for a list of art showings happening throughout the year, please visit the Exhibits page. The Shirt Factory is located on the corner of Lawrence & Cooper Streets, Glens Falls. (518) 90-SHIRT. shirtfactorygf.com


    Ongoing      Silver Bay YMCA Arts & Craft Activities

    Enjoy a variety of arts & crafts activities, art classes & workshops, as well as other outdoor events & activities/ Scheduled June – August. Silver Bay YMCA on Lake George, Silver Bay. (518) 543-8833. silverbay.org


    Ongoing      Soap Making Classes

    Learn from a  master soap artisan/ Adirondack Aromatherapy at The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. adkaromatherapy.com


    Ongoing      Tours For Tots and Baby Tots

    Children Art Class: special program in the art studio for kids 5 years and under/ Thursdays 10:30-11:30AM & 3:30-4:30PM year-round. The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    Ongoing      Traditional Paddle Making & Other Adirondack Museum Workshops

    Craftsman Caleb Davis will teach a workshop for making your own traditional cherry paddle; also enjoy other museum workshops including: Making a Rustic Bench Workshop, Pack Basket Workshop, Stained Glass Workshop, Fly Tying Workshop, & Boat Builder’s Demonstrations/ Select Dates (July – October). Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


     Calendar List of Antique & Art Events:

    Here is a  list of scheduled 2016 Antique & Art Events:



    June 29, 2016      Farmer’s Market Lake George

    Locally grown produce from New York, including dairy, honey, baked goods, seafood, and plants. Children’s activities, bounce house, face painting, live music, door prizes. Wednesdays 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 331-9009.


    June 30, 2016 Lake George Community Band Concert

    Come enjoy American band music played by hometown musicians for all to enjoy! Shepard Park Amphitheater – Canada Street, Lake George. lclb.org


    July 1, 2016 Opening Art Reception

    Opening Reception for Megan Schorpp and Aquiline Touba. Come see beautiful pottery and pen & ink works of art, enjoy refreshments and meet the artists/ 5-7pm. Second Floor Gallery: City Hall – 42 Ridge Street, Glens Falls. northcountryarts.org


    July 1, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 2, 2016 Annual Arts Center Auction

    Old treasures, old friends, unexpected finds, and food, cold drinks, and fun! Come early and bid on exciting antiques! Sponsored but he Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts/ 4-5:30pm. The Arts Center – 3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352 – 7715. adirondackarts.org


    July 6, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    July 7, 2016 Book Signing with Dr. Daniel Way

    Join Dr. Daniel Way as he discusses his new book “We Were There”; a tribute to the Adirondack’s greatest generation. He writes about World War II veterans, painstakingly documenting their life stories/ 7-8pm. Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    July 7, 2016 Summer Dreams Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony

    Opening Reception for North Country Arts Juried Photography show: “Summer Dreams”. Come see photographs of local and regional photographers, enjoy refreshments and meet the artists! Five awards will be given to the best of the best. Light refreshments will be served. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 8, 2016 Summer of ’16 Music Fest

    Held on the grounds of the Adirondack Museum, enjoy a mountainous musical celebration! A full day of local, regional and national music talent, including Alex Smith, Dan Duggan and Peggy Lynn, Dan Bergen and more/ 10am – 5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 9, 2016 Book Release Party

    “Leaves Torn Asunder: A Novel of the Adirondacks and the American Civil War” by Glenn L. Pearsall has been called a vivid story portraying a time rarely covered in Adirondack literature. Enjoy a discussion of it’s story, Glenn Pearsall and Paul Larson, producer of Mountain Lake PBS/ 7pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main Street, North Creek. tannerypondcenter.org


    July 9, 2016 Opening Art Reception

    Located at the Courthouse Gallery in Lake George Village for Corwin Levi and Barbara Price. This event is free and open to the public/ 4-6pm. Old City Courthouse – 1 Amherst Street, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 9, 2016 Memorial Gathering for Johnny Thorpe

    Thorpe was well-known to generations of outdoor enthusiasts. He trapped, and lived off the land. He was a staff writer for many national outdoor magazines. His articles first appeared in Fur, Fish, and Game in 1956, and  continued to  appear in magazines as he neared his 8th decade. He also was  the first chainsaw carver in the Adirondacks. An artist, many of his exquisite hand carved and stained  totem poles can be found throughout  the Adirondacks, and  others parts of the USA. “The Rifleman,” Chuck Connors, was one of his customers back in the day!  Johnny was also a legendary treasure hunter, locating gold and other treasures from the caves in the Adirondacks, to the Superstition Mountains of the Southwest. His legend only grows bigger since his passing, and many in the community have waited for this day to pay their respects to their beloved friend, Mr. Johnny Thorpe/ 3-4:30pm.  Stony Creek Inn – 6 Roaring Brook Ranch Road, Stony Creek.


    July 9, 2016 “Picturing Johnny Thorpe” Art Show and Memorial

    An art show featuring the life of trapper and treasure-hunter, Johnny Thorpe (1933-2015); On display will be many artifacts and pieces from Thorpe’s personal collection, and also featuring the photographic work Thorpe’s personal photographer, Sue Clark; who specializes in rustic character portraits and western scenes that capture the simplistic beauty of real life. Her award-winning photographs have been featured in magazines, books, and galleries. A feature black-and-white portrait of Thorpe will be raffled and proceeds will be donated to the Stony Creek Free Library. The public is invited to attend this free event. Hors d’oeuvres, wine, and  refreshments are welcome/ 4:30-7:30pm. Stony Creek Free Library – 37 Harrisburg Rd., Stony Creek. (518) 696-5911. suephotography.com


    July 12, 2016 Seagle Colony Children’s Opera

    Supported by the Pearsall Foundation/ 10am. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main Street, North Creek. tannerypondcneter.org


    July 13, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    July 14, 2016 Summerland Music Society: Steamboat Bill, Jr.

    Pianist Cary Brown will provide an improvised live soundtrack to the 1928 silent comedy starring Buster Keaton/ 7pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. larac.org


    July 15, 2016 Best of Broadway

    features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/ 7:30pm. Long Lake Town Hall – Long Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 15, 2016 Summerland Music Society: Tuney Loons

    Classic silent cartoons from the 1920’s with improvised live soundtrack by pianist Cary Brown. Recommended for ages 5 and up/ 10:30am. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. larac.org


    July 16, 2016 Best of Broadway

    Features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/ 7:30pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – .228 Main Street, North Creek. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 16, 2016 Alzheimer’s Awareness Brunch

    Alzheimer’s glass and iron and Salem Art Works will be hosting a free educational brunch that will focus on Alzheimer’s Awareness. Salem Art Works – 19 Carey Lane, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.org


    July 16, 2016 Artist in Residence Open Studios

    Artists in Residence at Salem Art Works will open their studios to share their work in progress. Open to the public so stop by, meet the artists and see what they are working on. Salem Art Works – 19 Carey Lane, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.org


    July 16, 2016 Rethinking Embroidery Designs with Patricia Dolton

    Learn new design techniques to create your own embroidery patterns inspired by Patricia’s own artworks. Advance registration required/ 1-4pm. Latham Gallery – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1144 ext. 2 larac.org


    July 17, 2016 Best of Broadway

    Features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/7pm. Supper Lake Middle/High School – Tupper Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 20, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    July 22, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 23, 2016 Best of Broadway

    Features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/ 7:30pm. Adirondack lakes Center for the Arts – Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 24, 2016 Rebecca Kelly Ballet

    Enjoy a live ballet performance by Rebecca Kelly/ 3pm.Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main Street, North Creek. tannerypondcenter.org


    July 17, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 17, 2016 Haudenosaunee Pottery Workshop

    Natasha Smoke Santiago will explain the historical components of Iroquois pottery and participants will create a small, unique pottery vessel. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 19, 2016 Adult-Sized Packbasket Workshop

    Create your own traditional Adirondack Packbasket during this day-long class. Shea Farrell will lead the workshop and has been making baskets since 1992/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 22, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 23, 2016 Made in the Adirondacks Fair

    Come browse Adirondack artisans on the museum campus with traditional and contemporary Adirondack crafts, food, demonstrations, performances and more/ 10am -5pm.The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 27, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    July 27, 2016 Mohawk Fancy Mail Basket Workshop

    Create your own mail basket our of black ash splints in the traditional style. Led by Robin Lazore, who has been wearing baskets of many different sizes and shapes for many years/ 10am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 27, 2016 Outdoor Photography Workshop

    Discover how to capture the mountains and their many views with Tom Dwyer, whose unique approach to sharing outdoor photograph meets each participant where his or her skill level is and helps them grow from there/ 10am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    July 28, 2016 Summerland Music Society: Ukraine’s Rising Stars

    Music of Mozart and Beethoven played by competition winners from the Sonyachne Kolo Festival in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Sergiy Dvornichenko, clarinet; Alexander Dvornichenko, viola; Daria Janssen, cello. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. larac.org


    July 28, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 7pm. Wanakena – (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 30, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 2pm. Arrowhead Park – Inlet. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 31, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 2pm. Newcomb Town Beach, Newcomb. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    July 31, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 7pm. Long Lake Pavillion – Long Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    August 3, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    August 4, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 7pm. Paul Smiths VIC, Paul Smiths. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    August 5, 2016 Opening Art Reception

    Opening Reception for Emilia Pence and Nancy Powhida. Come see great oil and sculpture works of art, enjoy refreshments and meet the artists/ 5-7pm. Second Floor Gallery: City Hall – 42 Ridge Street, Glens Falls. northcountryarts.org


    August 5, 2016 The Taming of the Shrew

    Enjoy a free outdoor show of this madcap Shakespeare play about an imperfect love that will make you laugh. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a beautiful Adirondack evening/ 7pm.Prospect Point, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    August 7, 2016 Best of Broadway

    Features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/ 7pm. Newcomb School, Newcomb. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    August 9, 2016 Bird Painting Workshop

    Learn how to paint our feathered friends with artist Robert Stump/ 11am-3pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    August 10, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    August 10, 2016 Mohawk Fancy Mail Basket Workshop

    Many groups native tp the Adirondack region boast extensive histories of basket-making and weaving. Create your own 4” basket our of black ash splints and sweetgrass. Led by Carrie Hill, who comes from a long line of basket makers/ 10am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    August 11, 2016 Summerland Music Society: Felix and Fanny: The Mendelssohns

    Featuring the music of Felix Mendelssohn, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel and JS Bach. Played by Charlie Powers, cello; Anastasia Robinson, soprano; Sergiy Dvornichenko, clarinet; Christopher Bush, basset horn; Carol Minor, piano. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. larac.org


    August 12, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    August 13, 2016 The Great Arts Benefit

    The Arts Center’s annual summer fundraiser, see website for more information/ 5:30-8:30pm. The Arts Center – 3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352 – 7715. adirondackarts.org


    August 14, 2016 Best of Broadway

    Features lesser-known musical gems by beloved Broadway composers like Charles Strouse (Bye, Bye Birdie and Annie) and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof), along with hilarious sketches, including a spoof of Death of a Salesman by Mel Brooks/ 7:30pm. Indian Lake Theater – Indian Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org tannerypondcenter.org


    August 16, 2016 Opening Ceremony Lake George Music Festival

    Enjoy a brass fanfare performance with commentary by festival directors Alexander Lombard, Barbara Kolarova, and Roger Kalia. 7-8pm. Blais Park – Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 17, 2016 Adult-Sized Packbasket Workshop

    Create your own traditional Adirondack Packbasket during this day-long class. Shea Farrell will lead the workshop and has been making baskets since 1992/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    August 17, 2016 Chamber Music Performance 1

    Featuring small ensembles comprised of festival musicians. A meet-the-musicians reception will follow the concert/ 7-9pm. Sacred Heart Church – 51 Mohican Street, Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 17, 2016 Lake George Farmers Market

    Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, granola, trail mix, crafts, pottery, dog treats, live entertainment by Cowboy Ernie Sites, free yoga offered by Stacey Morris, and local authors present for book signing! “We are hopeful that local restaurants, residents and visitors will all take advantage of this new fresh market, conveniently located right on our main thoroughfare”, Mayor Robert Blais said. Reserved parking directly in front/ 10am-3pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George.


    August 18, 2016 Chamber Music Performance 2

    Featuring small ensembles comprised of festival musicians. A meet-the-musicians reception will follow the concert/ 7-9pm. Sacred Heart Church – 51 Mohican Street, Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 19, 2016 Chamber Music Performance 3

    Featuring small ensembles comprised of festival musicians. A meet-the-musicians reception will follow the concert/ 7-9pm. Sacred Heart Church – 51 Mohican Street, Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 19, 2016 Late Night Concert at King Neptunes

    Featuring an exclusive performance by Mako and select Lake George Music Festival Instrumentalists. King Neptune’s Nightclub – 1 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 19, 2016 Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

    Make your own traditional cherry paddle in a day-long workshop in our rustic classroom workshop. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, each participant will use hand tools to make their own paddle. Please note: This can be physically demanding workshop/ 9am-5pm. The Adirondack Museum – Rt. 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7653. adkmusuem.org


    August 20, 2016 Afternoon Matinee Chamber Music Performance

    Exclusive Chamber music event for host families and current donors at the beautiful and historic Sembrich Studio/ 1-3pm. Sembrich Studio – 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 20, 2016 Children’s Concert: Featuring the “Story of Babar”

    Jean d Brunhoff’s popular children’s story of one little elephant’s epic rise from rags to riches set to music by Francis Poulenc. Children will also be able to touch and play the instruments they see on stage. This is a fun and engaging program for all ages, but especially those 12 and under/ 5-6pm. Shepard Park Amphitheater – Canada Street, Lake George. lakegerogemusicfestival.com



    * This page is updated regularly. Please check back for more upcoming Antique & Art Events. For other events happening now, please visit the Events 2016 page. Also, visit the Springtime page for highlighted Spring Events.



     

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