Other Lower Adirondack Regional Events

Lorna Bieber: Forces of Nature

Date/Time: 1/21/2017 - 5/14/2017 (10:00 am - 05:00 pm)

Lorna Bieber’s photo murals and montages look like snatches of memories and elusive recollections of familiar images. Comprised of stock media photography manipulated in scale and medium, and then rephotographed, Bieber’s images reinterpret the natural world as an ethereal and poetic place.

The Hyde Collection

161 Warren Street

Contact: Colette

Cost: Included in Museum admission

Phone: (518) 792-1761



AAUW: International Women’s Day Lunch and Program

Date/Time: 3/8/2017 (11:30 am - 01:30 pm)

A luncheon to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th will be held at the Queensbury Hotel Ballroom, Ridge St, Glens Falls. Our speaker is Karen Flewelling, author of “Drilling for Hope: One Woman’s Work to Provide Clean Water”. Karen has traveled to countries in Africa, Central and South America where she strives to help women and girls in their daily search for clean water.
This event is co-sponsored by Soroptimists of the Adirondacks, Zonta Club of Glens Falls and Adirondack Branch AAUW. Italian buffet; cost is $30.
Prospective members and others interested in this program are welcome to attend. The deadline for reservations is February 28; see our web site (link below) for details as well as more information about AAUW and the local branch.

Queensbury Hotel

Ridge Street, Glens Falls

Cost: $30.00

More Information: Adirondack Branch web site



Marking the Moment: The Art of Allen Blagden

Date/Time: 2/14/2017 - 4/16/2017

Allen Blagden, a distinguished American contemporary realist painter, is renowned for his paintings of birds, animals, and people, as well as the landscapes of New England and the Adirondacks. Blagden’s painting style has often been compared to that of Winslow Homer and Andrew Wyeth. The exhibition includes approximately 50 works, mostly watercolors, which survey his distinguished career. It coincides with the publication of a new book on the painter by publisher David R. Godine with an essay by Princeton professor emeritus John Wilmerding. Curated by Caroline Welsh, art historian and director emerita of Adirondack Museum.

The Hyde Collection

161 Warren Street

Contact: Colette

Cost: Museum admission

Phone: (518) 792-1761

More Information: Click here for more information.



“Nine Stories from the Files”

Date/Time: 3/2/2017 (07:00 pm - 09:00 pm)

Cathy DeDe, Chronicle writer/Managing Editor, will share tales from her nearly 22 years covering the arts and other stories in this region, including that time a TV star dissed her big time, and the best “School Views” question ever.

Chapman Historical Museum

348 Glen Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801

Contact: Tim Weidner

Cost: Free and Open to the Public

Phone: (518) 793-2826

More Information: Talk: Nine Stories from the Files



Skidmore Theater Presents: Fragments

Date/Time: 3/2/2017 - 3/8/2017 (08:00 pm - 10:00 pm)

Skidmore Theater presents Fragments by Edward Albee, directed by Shea Leavis ’17.

Saratoga Springs, NY — The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce its spring Black Box production, Fragments by Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Albee. In the year of this renowned playwright’s passing, director Shea Leavis ’17 brings one of his rarely produced plays to life.

Performances: March 2-8 at 8pm, Sunday matinee at 2pm

Synopsis: In Fragments, a group of eight people gather together and begin reading aloud a series of proverbs. These proverbs provoke those assembled to begin telling us stories: stories from the past, of dreams, of identity, and those that question the most fundamental parts of existence. As the playwright Edward Albee says, “The piece proceeds as a piece of music does.” Words build, scatter, and explode in rhythm. They serve as an examination of the human search for meaning in life, and the struggle to connect to the world and to one another through storytelling.

FROM THE DIRECTOR: “Edward Albee was a writer who throughout his artistic life ceaselessly challenged the audience to live their lives to the fullest and meticulously examine how they behave and treat one another. As a theater artist and playwright he always provoked the limits of what could be talked about onstage and the forms in which it could be done. By discussing politics, death rituals, racial profiling, childhood nightmares, and domestic violence, Fragments is a piece that searches for significance in the strangeness of everyday life and magnifies the importance of how people struggle to communicate with one another in an increasingly fractured world. This play is being presented not necessarily to hold a mirror up to society for reflection, but to serve as a proposal for how our reality might look, sound and feel if we abandoned assumptions about how things should be and simply took a moment to exist with one another. In Albee’s universe even the small act of sharing stories is something the human body relies on for survival and nourishment as heavily as it does the air we breathe.” –Shea Leavis ‘17

Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens.
To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online at theater.skidmore.edu or on Facebook.

Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College

815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Cost: $12 general admission, $8 students and seniors

Phone: (518) 580-5439

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Paintings by Diane Swanson at Willows Bistro

Date/Time: 3/3/2017 - 4/23/2017

Local artist Diane Swanson will exhibit a large group of landscape paintings during a two-month long solo show at Willows Bistro in Warrensburg, NY, opening on Friday, March 3, 2017 and running through Sunday, April 23, 2017. A variety of painting mediums will be represented in the selection of works, including oils, watercolor, and acrylic. Showcasing the natural beauty of our region, from woodland settings to lake scenes, the group of work conveys the brighter colors of our warmer seasons, setting up for a hopeful and renewing springtime. The public is invited to come in from the cold, break the cabin fever blues, and enjoy an opening reception at Willows Bistro, 3749 Main St.,Warrensburg on Friday, March 3, from 7 – 8:30pm.

Willows Bistro

3749 Main St., Warrensburg, NY

Contact: Diane Swanson

Phone: (518) 260-9885

Kid Friendly: 1

More Information: To view more of the artist's work, click here



The Book Club Play

Date/Time: 3/4/2017 - 3/19/2017 (02:00 pm - 04:00 pm)

“Book Club is like Lord of the Flies with wine and dip.” This hit comedy by nationally award-winning playwright Karen Zacarías focuses on the fun, frivolity, and deeply serious politics found in our beloved Book Clubs. When a new member is hastily invited into this Club, will this group of friends ever be the same? Uproariously hilarious, this contemporary comedy lets us celebrate our love for reading while allowing us to laugh at ourselves – and our loved ones. Accompanied by opportunities for each audience to share their favorite book titles, this play is a celebration of why we love to love – and talk about – our books. Produced in partnership with Battenkill Books.

Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education

25 E. Main St. Cambridge, NY 12816

Contact: Kate Johnson

Cost: $25 general admission, $20 for local book club members, $10 for students

Phone: (518) 677-2495

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The Glens Falls Symphony Presents Brilliant Baroque!

Date/Time: 3/19/2017 (04:00 pm - 06:00 pm)

Come in from the cold and open your heart and mind to the music for Glens Falls Symphony’s March 19th concert, Brilliant Baroque!

Enjoy an afternoon of favorites, including Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3, selections from Handel’s Water Music Suite, and a solo performance by Principal Oboist Sherwood Wise, all performed at the beautiful First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls starting at 4pm. Pre-concert talk by Maestro Charles Peltz at 3pm.

First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls

400 Glen St.

Contact: Diane Swanson

Cost: $25 General Admission, $10 Student

Phone: (518) 793-1348

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Gallery Talk with Caroline Welsh

Date/Time: 3/30/2017 - 1/1/1970 (06:30 pm - 08:00 pm)

Exhibition curator Caroline Welsh will speak about her twenty-five-year association with Allen Blagden, his art, inspiration, and influences while touring the exhibition Marking the Moment, featuring Blagden’s watercolors and drawings. RSVP by contacting Colette at 518-792-1761 ext. 310 or adminassist@hydecollection.org.

The Hyde Collection

161 Warren St.

Contact: Colette

Cost: $8 for members; $10 for non-members

Phone: (518) 792-1761

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Lake George Music Festival

Date/Time: 8/11/2017 - 8/24/2017 (06:00 pm - 10:00 pm)

The 2017 Lake George Music Festival will feature an innovative line up of exciting new events, from chamber music to orchestral, and from formal to ‘off the pedestal.’ Held in historic Lake George settings and fresh new venues, events have general admission seating with casual attire, are family friendly, and handicapped-accessible. Browse our list of events to see what’s in store for this season!

Lake George Village, Public Venues

Canada Street

Contact: Alexander Lombard

Cost: $10-35

Phone: (518) 791-5089

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Applications of Art

Date/Time: 3/8/2017 - 3/22/2017 (06:30 pm - 08:30 pm)

Learn about the properties of oil paint and how to apply color theory to the painting process. By the end of three sessions, students will complete their own masterpieces. Perfect for teens, beginners, or painters looking to learn more about oil paint. RSVP by contacting Colette at 518-792-1761 ext. 310 or adminassist@hydecollection.org. $120 for members; $140 for non-members (includes supplies)

The Hyde Collection

161 Warren St.

Contact: Colette

Cost: $120 for members; $140 for non-members

Phone: (518) 792-1761

More Information: Click here to learn more.