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Coming Attractions -- 10/30/2013

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 - Updated: 9:12 AM

CHILDREN/TEENS

FESTIVAL AND PARADE

INDIAN LAKE--A Fun Halloween Festival & Parade begins here Thursday, Oct. 31, at 3 p.m. with a Parade and Costume Contest in the school gym, followed from 3:30-5 p.m. by hay wagon rides, a haunted trail and cookie and cupcake decorating at Byron Park, all co-sponsored by Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary and the Town of Indian Lake. For more call 648-5828.

CLASSES

SNOWMOBILE SAFETY CLASS

LAKE PLEASANT--The Pleasant Riders Snowmobile Club will hold a Snowmobile Safety Course for children age 10 (on or before the date of the class) and up Saturday, Nov. 2, at Lake Pleasant Fire Hall on South Shore Road here. Anyone interested in attending should call Dick Eliezer at 548-3194 or Betsy Bain at 548-5719 to reserve a spot. Class begins at 7:45 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m.

EVENTS

RL TRICK OR TREAT

RAQUETTE LAKE--Trick or treating starts here at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. Visit Raquette Lake Fire Hall for a list of houses giving out candy. Then, following trick or treating, meet back at the fire hall for doughnuts, apple cider and prizes.

Adults, after trick or treating is done stop by The Tap Room for a Costume Contest. Dress up in a creative costume and compete for cash prizes. Three prizes will be awarded for the best costumes.

WELCOME THE WIGWAM

BLUE MT. LAKE--Mike Pace (Xinkwi Lënu, 'Big Man'), former assistant chief of the Lenape Tribe of Eastern Oklahoma, will conduct a traditional cedar burning ceremony at Prospect Point Cottages in Blue Mountain Lake Saturday, Nov. 2, at 2 p.m. The ceremony and Pace’s opening remarks will mark the official inauguration of the "wikëwam" (wigwam) or bark house just completed on the point.

Also speaking will be the wigwam's creator, Barry Keegan, who is among the country's most respected practitioners of "primitive technology," and ethnologist David Oestreicher, who has spent a lifetime working with the last remaining traditional Lenape elders recording the language, medicines, stories and culture. The event will be held rain or shine and is free. All are welcome.

EXHIBITS

THREE NEW EXHIBITS

BLUE MT. LAKE--The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts on Rt. 28 here has three new exhibits mounted through Nov. 9: drawings by Alain Martin and paintings by Liza Houston and Rachel Trusty. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays. Gallery Reception Nov. 9 5:30-7 p.m.

Martin’s drawings are based on the Weegee photograph of the beach at Coney Island and inspired by a cryptic line from a novel by Don DeLillo. Houston, of Glens Falls, is displaying her body of work called "Currents." She uses rivers and movement of water over and around rocks as a visual starting point, then oscillates between representation and abstraction.

Trusty’s small experimental paintings, "Loud White Space," explore the power of white, negative space around isolated figures. Call (518) 352-7715.

FILMS/MOVIES/TV

FLIGHT OF THE BUTTERFLIES

TUPPER LAKE--The Wild Center here is showing “Flight of the Butterflies” in its Flammer Theater through June 2014. AdkAction.org provided a $20,000 gift to sponsor the screening. The film spans thousands of miles and several generations while tracking monarch butterflies to their Mexican winter haven for a truly spectacular sight, hundreds of millions of butterflies.

AdkAction.org’s goal is to protect milkweed, the perennial plant essential to monarch reproduction; and to urge planting of late-blooming flowers to feed monarchs as they begin their incredible journey. Monarch butterflies lay their eggs only on milkweed leaves and their caterpillars eat only milkweed.

AN EVENING OF MISCHIEF

INDIAN LAKE--Join the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts for some spooky laughs, a definite treat for Halloween, Saturday, Nov. 2, at Indian Lake Theater starting at 8 p.m. Admission is $15 / $10 members / $5 under age 12.

Winifred, Sarah and Mary are coming back from the dead to bring the movie “Hocus Pocus” to life. Enjoy the film and real-life witches (in drag) as they lead an evening of games and mischief.

‘BULLY’ NEXT IN SERIES

INDIAN LAKE --Indian Lake Theater’s “Taking Care” film series will culminate with a screening of the documentary “Bully” Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m.

The film series, supported by Hudson Headwaters Health Network, the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation, Marti Evanoff and the family of Ruth Fane, has covered topics in public health from aging and nursing home care, services available to the disabled and the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous.

“We wanted to cover a topic that would speak to some of our younger residents,” says ILT Director Danielle Shaw. “’Bully’ received a lot of national attention when it first came out and we’re looking forward to bringing the documentary to Indian Lake.” A discussion will be held following the screening on local and regional resources available to deal with the issue.

FOOD

LIONS HAVE THE BEEF

SPECULATOR--Speculator Lions Club’s annual Roast Beef Fundraiser Dinner will be Friday, Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m. at The Inn at Speculator for $15 each. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy the buffet dinner in support of Lions’ charities.

LINE UP FOR HAM

WELLS--Wells United Methodist Church will hold an Election Day Ham Dinner Tuesday, Nov 5, from 4-6:30 p.m. The menu consists of ham with raisin sauce, mashed potatoes, winter squash and green beans, coleslaw, applesauce, beverage, and homemade pies. The cost is $9 per adult and $4.50 each for ages 6-12; children under age 6 eat free. Take-outs and gluten-free options are available. The church is near the center of Wells on Route 30.

COME FOR POTLUCK

BLUE MT. LAKE--The Blue Mountain Lake United Methodist Church will serve a Potluck Dinner on Election Day, Nov. 5, from 5-7 p.m. The church will provide baked ham, rolls, macaroni and cheese and beverages. Bring a dish to share. The church is also accepting donations for Community Action Agency and the food pantry.

WILD GAME DINNER

MOREHOUSE--The Morehouse Rod & Gun Club will hold its annual Wild Game Dinner Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Recreation Center on Rt. 8 (behind the fire hall) starting at 6 p.m. The public is invited. There will be raffles, an auction and fun for everyone. Bring a dish to pass (does not have to be game). For more call (315) 826-7509 or email amandase@ntcnet.com.

DINNER FOR VETERANS

LONG LAKE--The Long Lake Moonlighters snowmobile club will honor local veterans Saturday, Nov. 9, with a Veterans’ Dinner at Long Lake Diner starting at 7 p.m. It is free for all veterans and $15.99 each for all other guests. Join friends for a social hour prior to dinner at the Owl’s Head Pub starting at 6 p.m.

LADIES LUNCHEON SOIREE

GLOVERSVILLE--Mountain Valley Hospice is gearing up for the holiday event of the season with its annual Ladies Luncheon Soiree Friday, Dec. 6, at 12 p.m. at the St. Patrick’s Masonic Lodge on Perry Street in Johnstown. This four-course luncheon, sponsored by Patriot Federal Bank and catered by Union Hall Inn, features raffles of holiday gift baskets, trees, wreaths and breathtaking decorations.

Individual tickets can be purchased for $45 each or a hostess can reserve a table of eight for $315. Anyone who would like an invitation is asked to call 725-4545 or visit MVHcares.org. All proceeds benefit families in need of hospice care.

Mountain Valley Hospice seeks to make hospice care available to all appropriate patients and families in Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery and Saratoga counties.

EAT AND MEET

BLUE MT. LAKE--The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will hold its annual Soup Social & Cast Party celebrating the end of the year Friday, Dec. 20, starting at 5 p.m. It is free.

Joint ALCA staff and the casts from “Beyond Therapy” and “Miracle On 34th Street” and celebrate another successful year. Bring a favorite soup to share.

MUSIC

CLAIRE BLACK WILL PLAY

BLUE MT. LAKE--Enjoy an evening with a talented Adirondack-grown pianist, Claire Black, Friday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts here. She will delight with selections of Sergei Rachmaninov and Franz Schubert. Admission is $15 / $10 members.

MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

BLUE MT. LAKE--One of the best Christmas movies of all time will come to life on stage in the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts’ holiday musical, “Miracle on 34th Street.” Tickets are $20 / $15 members and $5 age 12 and under.

It tells the story of Kris Kringle trying to help those who have lost their faith believe in Santa Claus again. Filled with humor and spectacle, this joyous, heart-warming musical is pure family entertainment.

“Miracle” will be performed Nov. 29 and 30 at Indian Lake Theater, Dec. 6 at Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek, Dec. 7 at Newcomb Central School and Dec. 13 at Long Lake Central School, all starting at 7 p.m.; and Dec. 14 at View in Old Forge starting at 2 p.m.

NATURE/OUTDOORS

HIKE THE SAWYERS

LONG LAKE--Hike Sawyer and Little Sawyer mountains between Blue Mt. Lake and Indian Lake with Guide Spencer Morrissey Saturday, Nov. 9, starting at 9 a.m. The three-mile, round-trip hike has nice views and some bushwhacking. It is good for both adults and children (must be supervised). Pre-registration is required; call (518) 624-3077.

The deadline for Coming Attractions is two weeks before the event. Announcements may not exceed 130 words. E-mail them to editor@hamiltoncountyexpress.com

     

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