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Summer events are scheduled 2013

Friday, March 22, 2013 - Updated: 10:58 AM

Verify before traveling to an event, as times and dates may change.

ONGOING

May 24

9 a.m.

Twigs Treasures House opens for the season

Lake Pleasant, intersection of Page St. and Rt. 8

Two floors of constantly changing arrays of antiques and slightly used furniture, household goods, toys, linens and more.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Memorial Day Weekend May 24-27; Wednesdays through Saturdays through June; Tuesdays through Saturdays during July and August; Fridays and Saturdays during September (plus Sunday, Sept. 15, until noon for the Town-Wide Garage Sale). Hamilton County Twigs.

July 3 to Sept. 11

6-9 p.m. Wed. nights

Horseshoes

Byron Park, Rt. 28, Indian Lake

Free; no experience necessary. Town of Indian Lake Events / Activities Coordinator Vonnie Liddle, (518) 648-5828, indianlakeea@frontiernet.net

MAY

May 24-25

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Charity Yard Sale

Indian Lake Fire Hall, E. Main St., Indian Lake

To benefit local charities. Bag sale Sat. 12-4 p.m.

May 24-27

Great Adirondack Garage Sale

Long Lake to Indian Lake, Inlet and Old Forge along state routes 28, 28N and 30.

Over 70 miles of garage sales. Each town has its own map available at area businesses. Deals galore. (518) 624-3077.

May 24

10 a.m.

Adirondack Museum opens for the season

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

May 24

7:30 p.m.

The Great American Songbook In Concert

Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Rt. 30, Long Lake

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts presents “The Great American Songbook” in concert. Enjoy a uniquely American collection of popular music from Broadway and Hollywood musicals prevalent 

May 25

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Black Fly Flea Market

Pavilion, Rt. 30, Speculator

May 26

2 p.m.

The Great American Songbook In Concert

View, 3273 Rt. 28, Old Forge

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts presents “The Great American Songbook” in concert. Enjoy a uniquely American collection of popular music from Broadway and Hollywood musicals prevalent from the 1920s to 1960s. $10 general admission. (518) 352-7715.

May 26

7:30 p.m.

The Great American Songbook In Concert

Indian Lake Theater, 13 W. Main St., Indian Lake

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts presents “The Great American Songbook” in concert. Enjoy a uniquely American collection of popular music from Broadway and Hollywood musicals prevalent from the 1920s to 1960s. $10 general admission. (518) 352-7715.

May 27

8:30 a.m.

Memorial Day Parade

Long Lake Bridge, Long Lake

Followed by a parade to the cemetery. (518) 624-3077.

May 27

9 a.m.

Wreath Laying Ceremony

Inlet Town Hall, 160 Rt. 28, Inlet

With American Legion Post 1402. (315) 357-5501.

JUNE

June 1

9 a.m.

National Trails Day

Inlet Town Hall, Main St., Inlet

Celebrate National Trails Day by hiking one of our many trails with our own Mitch Lee. (315) 357-5501.

June 1

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Kids’ Fishing Derby

Jennings Park Pond, Rt. 30, Long Lake

Prizes galore. Ages 16 and younger. The Fish and Game Club sponsors this annual contest. The pond is stocked with trout in the early spring. (518) 624-3077.

June 7-9 

9th Annual Boreal Birding Festival

Hamilton County

A festival celebrating the boreal birds of the Adirondacks. ?This three-day event features hikes, canoe trips, walks, safaris, outings and seminars throughout the county. All field trips are free, but registration is required for each outdoor event. The schedule of events will be on www.adirondackbirds.com.

June 7 to July 13

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Exhibit: Meet Miss Hannah

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

Craving home, Hannah Lightbody uses her roots and the northern woods of Maine as inspiration. Using found objects and materials, she produces art that comes from her idea of home. Gallery Reception: July 13, 5:30-7 p.m. (518) 352-7715.

June 7 & 8

7:30 p.m.

“The Spitfire Grill”

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

Based on the hit movie, a feisty parolee follows her dreams, based on a page from an old travel book, to a small town in Wisconsin and finds a place for herself, working at Hannah's Spitfire Grill. It is for sale but there are no takers for the only eatery in the depressed town, so newcomer Percy suggests to Hannah that she raffle it off. Entry fees are $100 and the best essay on why you want the grill wins. Soon, mail is arriving by the wheelbarrow full and things are definitely cookin’ at the Spitfire Grill. $15 / $10 members. (518) 352-7715.

June 8

10:30 a.m.

18th Annual Black Fly Challenge Adirondack Mountain Bike Race

Byron Park, Rt. 28, Indian Lake

The 2013 BFC runs 40 miles from Indian Lake to Inlet through the rugged Moose River Plains, ending at Inlet's Arrowhead Park. An annual ritual for many, the BFC attracts hundreds of cyclists from throughout the Northeast and is the longest destination race in the East. info@blackflychallenge.com / www.blackflychallenge.com/.

June 9

10 a.m.

Running From The Flies 5K Race

John Dillon Park, 2150 Tupper Rd., Long Lake

All parking is off-site. Shuttle vans will transport racers to the site starting at 8 a.m. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. ?$15 pre-registration includes t-shirt?; $20 day of race. All registrations must be by check or money order payable to Town of Long Lake, POB 496, Long Lake NY 12847. Sponsored by the Town of Long Lake and Paul Smiths College. (518) 624-3077.

June 13

7:30 p.m.

“The Spitfire Grill”

Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Rt. 30, Long Lake

Based on the hit movie, a feisty parolee follows her dreams, based on a page from an old travel book, to a small town in Wisconsin and finds a place for herself, working at Hannah's Spitfire Grill. It is for sale but there are no takers for the only eatery in the depressed town, so newcomer Percy suggests to Hannah that she raffle it off. Entry fees are $100 and the best essay on why you want the grill wins. Soon, mail is arriving by the wheelbarrow full and things are definitely cookin’ at the Spitfire Grill. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $15 / $10 members. (518) 352-7715.

June 14

7:30 p.m.

“The Spitfire Grill”

Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St., North Creek

Based on the hit movie, a feisty parolee follows her dreams, based on a page from an old travel book, to a small town in Wisconsin and finds a place for herself, working at Hannah's Spitfire Grill. It is for sale but there are no takers for the only eatery in the depressed town, so newcomer Percy suggests to Hannah that she raffle it off. Entry fees are $100 and the best essay on why you want the grill wins. Soon, mail is arriving by the wheelbarrow full and things are definitely cookin’ at the Spitfire Grill. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $15 / $10 members. (518) 352-7715.

June 15

7:30 p.m.

“The Spitfire Grill”

View, 3273 Rt. 28, Old Forge

Based on the hit movie, a feisty parolee follows her dreams, based on a page from an old travel book, to a small town in Wisconsin and finds a place for herself, working at Hannah's Spitfire Grill. It is for sale but there are no takers for the only eatery in the depressed town, so newcomer Percy suggests to Hannah that she raffle it off. Entry fees are $100 and the best essay on why you want the grill wins. Soon, mail is arriving by the wheelbarrow full and things are definitely cookin’ at the Spitfire Grill. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $15 / $10 members. (518) 352-7715.

JULY

July 2

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Birch Bark Frame Family Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make your own white birch bark frame for a photograph or mirror. All materials are provided but participants are encouraged to bring cones, bark, seed pods, stones, etc. A 16-ounce hammer, pencil, and pruning shears are recommended but not required. This workshop is for families with children ages 10 and up. For safety, there must be an adult present for each child. $90 fee includes one frame and materials for an adult / child team. Fees are non-refundable and due at time of registration at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 4

1 p.m.

Ping Pong Ball Drop

Fern Park, 9 Loomis Rd., Inlet

Children up to age 12 rush onto the ball field after a seaplane has dropped ping-pong balls for them to collect. Each child is allowed to collect three balls, which they will bring into the pavilion to trade for prizes. Prizes include snacks, novelty items, toys and gift certificates.

July 4

7:30-10 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Jamie Notarthomas

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Notarthomas is a veteran of the independent music scene. He has dazzled audiences for more than 20 years with his inspired performances and ability to blend folk music with nearly any other style. As a songwriter, he has honed his skill to create a potent and eloquent tool for expression. Critics compare the style to Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie and Neil Young. Followed by fireworks.

July 5

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 6

8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Kids’ Fishing Derby

Byron Park, Rt. 28, Indian Lake

Free fishing derby for ages 15 and younger. Adult supervision required. Prizes. Casting Contest. Free hot dogs, hamburgers, soda, juice. Loner poles available, instruction provided. Sponsored by IL/BML Fish & Game Association.

July 6

Canoe Paddle Carving Class

Great Camp Sagamore, Sagamore Rd., Raquette Lake

Work with master boat-builder and long-time Sagamore instructor Patrick Smith of West Hollow Boat Company to shape a paddle specifically designed for your own paddling needs and style using traditional hand tools. Students under age 16 are welcome to take this course after consultation with the instructor. Contact Smith with class questions at (585) 374-5014 or whbco@yahoo.com. $100 each includes lunch. To register or for more information on weekend accommodations at Great Camp Sagamore call the registrar, (315) 354-5311 ext. 21, or go to www.greatcampsagamore.org.

July 6

9:30 a.m.

Bazaar/Bake Sale & Flea Market

Indian Lake United Methodist Church, E. Main St., Indian Lake

July 6

7:30 p.m.

An Evening With The Symphony

Arrowhead Park, Main St., Inlet

Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council brings Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra to town for the day. Free Children’s Concert at 3 p.m. for children age 12 and under, Cocktail Benefit 4-7 p.m. at The Woods Inn. (315) 357-5501, info@inletny.com.

July 6

7-9 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Bill Staines

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

“Any new song that can live comfortably beside the well-worn songs of folk tradition has a good chance of surviving the test of time. Such, we believe, are the songs of Bill Staines.” — Charles “Sandy” Paton, Folk Legacy Records.

July 7

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 11-13

7 p.m.

Cabaret On the Mountain Top

Gore Mountain, 793 Peaceful Valley Rd., North Creek

This performance puts a unique twist on the musical “Cabaret.” The production will be set in a “Spiegeltent,” an Austrian mirrored circus tent, complete with classic German beer and goodies. “Cabaret” is set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power; it focuses on nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, revolving around 19-year-old English cabaret performer Sally Bowles and her relationship with young American writer Cliff Bradshaw. Overseeing the action is the master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub. This classic is sure to dazzle and delight. Come early and ride the gondola to the top of Gore Mountain for a breath-taking view of the Adirondacks and enjoy a beer and treats on top of the mountain. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $50 / $40 members (includes chairlift ride). (518) 352-7715.

July 13

9 a.m.

Speculator Art Show

Pavilion, Rt. 30, Speculator

July 13

7-9 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Johnson & Company

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

The Johnson & Company band was formed in October of 2010 and has been playing clubs all over Central New York since.

July 17

8 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

View, 3273 Rt. 28, Old Forge

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 18

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com.

July 18

8 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

Long Lake Central School, 20 School Rd., Long Lake

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 19

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Stories and Performance: It’s Your Turn to Shine! Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

The art of weaving interesting and funny stories into a performance is taught in this four-hour workshop with Christopher Shaw. Whether you're a regular in your local music scene or just getting started, this is the workshop to give you the tools to take your craft to the next level. Christopher Shaw is one of the best known Adirondack singer-songwriters touring today. His 10 albums have sent him all over the world, as Taylor Guitars made him its first International clinician demonstrating American folk and country guitar styles. He's also an Artist in Residence at the Adirondack Museum, working with school children to explore Adirondack history through song and stories. $50 each. Register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 19

8 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

Newcomb Central School, 5535 Rt. 28N, Newcomb

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 20-21

10 a.m.

37th Annual Arts in the Park

Arrowhead Park, Main St., Inlet

Over 90 vendors will sell handmade paintings, photography, pottery, jewelry, furniture, clothing, candles and much more. Saturday to 5 p.m., Sunday to 4 p.m. Music 12-3 p.m. both days and Saturday 7-9 p.m. Additional free parking in front of The Woods Inn and at Fern Park. ?Free shuttle service between Arrowhead Park and Fern Park during fair hours. Food booth in the picnic area.

July 20

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Songwriting: Adirondack Style! Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Bring your guitar, a legal pad, pencils and erasers and learn about structure, finding your muse, and how to trick yourself out of writer's block. You may not finish your song during this workshop, but it will be well on its way. Christopher Shaw is one of the best known Adirondack singer-songwriters touring today. His 10 albums have sent him all over the world, as Taylor Guitars made him its first international clinician demonstrating American folk and country guitar styles. He's also an Artist in Residence at the Adirondack Museum. $50 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 20

Aqua Fest

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Aqua Fest will celebrate work and play on the Adirondacks’ rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds and explores some of the threats facing the region's waterways. Experts from around the region will be on campus for the day offering presentations, displays, and activities on watery topics: water quality, aquatic plants and animals, log drives, fishing, boating, and more. After discovering all there is to know about Adirondack waters, visitors of all ages will enjoy a variety of interactive activities including a toy boat workshop, guideboat hat craft project, and fly tying. Visitors will also have a chance to "mess about" with different boats on the museum's pond.

July 20

1-3 p.m.

Chicken Barbecue

Wells Pavilion, Main St., Wells

Followed by the music of The County Line Rebels from 4-8 p.m.

July 20

3 p.m.

US Waterski Show Team

Long Lake Town Beach, Rt. 30, Long Lake

The 2011 Eastern Regional Water Ski Champions put on the highest caliber water ski show in the Northeast with pyramids, jumps, stunts and barefoot waterskiing. The Waterski Show Team performs at Jumpin’ Jacks on the Mohawk River; Long Lake has them for one exclusive performance. Demos kick off in the morning around 10 a.m. with a full show at 3 p.m. This event is free. Arrive early; parking at the beach is limited. Additional parking is available at Long Lake Central School and Long Lake Town Hall. (518) 624-3077, www.mylonglake.com.

July 20

7-9 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Dan Duggan & Peggy Lynn

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Peggy Lynn, “The First Lady of Adirondack Music,” is recognized nationwide for her soulful songwriting and extraordinary vocal versatility. Dan Duggan is known nationally for his wizardry on hammered dulcimer and flat picking guitar and is the recipient of the National Hammered Dulcimer Championship.

July 20

8 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 21

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Campfire Guitar Boot Camp I

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

A four-hour workshop with Chris Shaw on tricks, licks, and the fast lane to playing in some amazing tunings. Students must have the ability to play all first position chords and switch back and forth with them in time. Bring guitar, capo, questions, and problem spots. We provide handouts covering all areas covered in the session, lyrics, and a chord chart of the Adirondack tunes. Christopher Shaw is one of the best-known Adirondack singer-songwriters touring today. His 10 albums have sent him all over the world, as Taylor Guitars made him its first international clinician demonstrating American folk and country guitar styles. He's also an Artist in Residence at the Adirondack Museum. $50 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 21

2 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St., North Creek

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 21

8 p.m.

“Shrek The Musical”

Indian Lake Theater, 13 W. Main St., Indian Lake

Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this musical brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to dazzling new life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. “Shrek The Musical” is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for all ages. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

July 25

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 26

10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Sense of Place: A Writing Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Discover your "sense of place" stories, unlock your creative voice, and learn Erica Wheeler's three-part writing process. Gain fresh writing and ideas for use in your professional and personal work. Prompts supportive discussion and support for developing ideas further. Suitable for all kind of writers, all levels of experience from the perpetually curious to the published author. $65 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 27

Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing

Cedar River Golf Course, 180 W. Main St., Indian Lake

This a four-person scramble includes a Continental breakfast, hot dogs and refreshments at the turn, prizes on every hole and numerous contest and door prizes. Golfers may sign up as individuals or with partners. Contact the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce at (518) 648-5112.

July 27

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pack Basket Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Create your own traditional adult-size Adirondack pack basket. No prior basket making experience is necessary. All tools and materials are provided. Instructor Shea Farrell Carr has been making baskets since 1992. $100 each; optional solid wood base is an additional $20. Register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

July 27

Benefit Gala & HKH Award

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Guests will enjoy an elegant dinner, cocktails, and silent and live auctions. This year's gala will include the presentation of the Harold K. Hochschild Award to 2013 recipient Joan K. Davidson. For tickets call (518) 352-7311 ext. 119.

July 27

7-9 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Shrinking Violets

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Julia Murdock plays viola and her husband plays guitar. Together, they provide the vocals and write a lot of their own music. The couple has released two CDs since 1993. They are starting to play regularly in coffee shops such as Zamar Café and Earthtones in Webster, as well as various Borders locations.

July 28

2 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

July 28

7 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Mt. Sabattis Pavilion, 1100 Deerland Rd., Long Lake 

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

July 29

8 p.m.

Beatles Cabaret

Adirondack Hotel, 1245 Main St., Long Lake 

This musical exploration of the Beatles, with non-traditional arrangements and arrangements that pay homage to the quintessential Beatles recordings, covers what made the quartet the most influential of rock musicians. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$15/$10 members. (518) 352-7715.

July 30

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Inspired by Wilderness: Stained Glass Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Create your own work of stained glass art inspired by the Adirondack wilderness. Learn how to cut, grind, and solder glass together to create a unique stained glass hanging for your home or camp. Peggy Wadecki owned and operated a stained glass business in the Yorktown, Va. area for 20 years. $65 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops

July 30

8 p.m.

Beatles Cabaret

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

This musical exploration of the Beatles, with non-traditional arrangements and arrangements that pay homage to the quintessential Beatles recordings, covers what made the quartet the most influential of rock musicians. $15/$10 members. (518) 352-7715.

July 31

2 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Raquette Lake (rain site RL school)

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

July 31

7 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

View, 3273 Rt. 28, Old Forge

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

AUGUST

Aug. 1

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 1

7 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Byron Park, Rt. 28, Indian Lake

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 2-3

Old Home Days

Wells

Carnival rides, food, fireworks.

Aug. 2

1-11 p.m.

“The Light of Midnight” Night Photography Seminar

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Night shooting expert Mark Bowie will lead a seminar that includes an indoor instructional session and a night photography field session. He will discuss camera settings, strategies and techniques to record unique images digitally and on film of this little-explored facet of the landscape, including: composing and focusing in the dark, determining nighttime exposures, shooting long exposures, timed intervals, multiple exposures, "painting" with artificial light, and shooting exposures only seconds long to eight hours. Get tips on photographing star trails, planets, the moon, moonlit landscapes, wildlife, lightning, fireworks, cityscapes and the Northern Lights. After dinner he will lead a night photography session. Rain date Aug. 3. $100 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 2

6 p.m.

Tricky Tray

Indian Lake Fire Hall, E. Main St., Indian Lake

$1 gets 10 tickets. Place tickets in a can for a chance to win the tray it represents. Sponsored by Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. Auxiliary.

Aug. 2

7 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Flanders Park, Martin St., Tupper Lake

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 3

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quilting Workshop: Curved Machine Piercing

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Create a "modern" double wedding ring wall hanging with Linda Jones-Bennett, a respected quilt maker and quilt-making instructor throughout eastern New York state. $50 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com.

Aug. 3

2 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Newcomb

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 3

6-8 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - The Buskers

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

The Buskers have been digging among the roots of pop music since they met at an open mic in a basement dive in New Hampshire in 1993. With more or less old school instruments they tap the street music tradition for which they are named and then go much further, with serious musicianship, a sense of humor, and energy to burn. Their kitchen sink repertoire ignores boundaries between jazz, folk and rock. Their sound is defined only by deep respect for the craft of songwriting and arranging and a shared love for the incentive possibilities of improvisation.

Aug. 3

7 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Village Ball Field, Rt. 30, Speculator

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 4

2 p.m.

Shakespeare in the Adirondack Park

Prospect Point, 3381 Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

Enjoy this free 60-minute outdoor adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic thriller, “Macbeth.” Six performers play all the roles, blending inventive physicality, evocative design and original text to create this mesmerizing and chilling tale of greed and ambition. Set in a 20th-century militaristic society, this adaptation will appeal to audiences new to Macbeth as well as those already acquainted with this renowned tragedy. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 5

8 p.m.

Beatles Cabaret

The Wild Center, 45 Museum Dr., Tupper Lake

This musical exploration of the Beatles, with non-traditional arrangements and arrangements that pay homage to the quintessential Beatles recordings, covers what made the quartet the most influential of rock musicians. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, ?$15/$10 members. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 6

8 p.m.

“Mamma Mia” film experience

Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Rt. 30, Long Lake

The classic movie musical comes to life with live performers and audience participation. Join special guest performers as they sing and dance to the music of ABBA in front of the film. Audience participation kits will be sold at the door. Bring your dancing shoes!? Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $10 general admission plus $5 participation kit. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 7

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pack Basket Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Create your own traditional adult-size Adirondack pack basket. No prior basket making experience is necessary. All tools and materials are provided. Instructor Shea Farrell Carr has been making baskets since 1992. $100 each; optional solid wood base is an additional $20. Register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 7

7-9 p.m.

“French Louis and His Biographer”

Inlet Town Hall, 160 Rt. 28, Inlet

This program by Roy Reehil features a digital slideshow of photographs from Harvey Dunham’s collections as well as photographs from Dunham’s photo-journals – camping trips to Beaver River and the West Canada region in 1919 and 1924. Presented by Inlet Historical Society. (315) 357-5501, www.inletny.com.

Aug. 7

8 p.m.

“Mamma Mia” film experience

Indian Lake Theater, 13 W. Main St., Indian Lake

The classic movie musical comes to life with live performers and audience participation. Join special guest performers as they sing and dance to the music of ABBA in front of the film. Audience participation kits will be sold at the door. Bring your dancing shoes!? Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $10 general admission plus $5 participation kit. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 8

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Speculator Craft Fair

Village Ball Field, Rt. 30, Speculator

Hamilton County Twigs brings 150 booths of handmade goods to the ball field each year. (518) 548-5790.

Aug. 8

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 9

8 p.m.

“Mamma Mia” film experience

State Theater, 100 Park St., Tupper Lake

The classic movie musical comes to life with live performers and audience participation. Join special guest performers as they sing and dance to the music of ABBA in front of the film. Audience participation kits will be sold at the door. Bring your dancing shoes! Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $10 general admission plus $5 participation kit. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 10-11

Adirondack Museum Antiques Show & Sale

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Browse and shop noted dealers from across the United States. See camp, cottage and Mission furniture; historical fine art; militara; folk art; vintage boats; taxidermy; quilts; Oriental rugs; and Native American jewelry and artifacts. For more information see?www.adkmuseum.org.

Aug. 10

6-8 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Jonny Hirsch

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Jonny Hirsch is one of New York City’s most intriguing solo artists. The singer / saxophonist is often compared to the likes of Steely Dan and Karl Denson. Fusing elements of rock, funk, jazz and skat singing with a powerful voice and a dynamic saxophone, Jonny’s music has an original sound while staying true to its roots in new age blues and funk. This versatile composer and lyricist pays tribute to the great traditions of American rock and blues in his song writing, while the live show incorporates more improvisation.

Aug. 11

8 p.m.

“Mamma Mia” film experience

Strand Theater, Rt. 28, Old Forge

The classic movie musical comes to life with live performers and audience participation. Join special guest performers as they sing and dance to the music of ABBA in front of the film. Audience participation kits will be sold at the door. Bring your dancing shoes! Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $10 general admission plus $5 participation kit. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 14

9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Braided Wool Chair Pad Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Start a braided chair pad. All materials will be provided and you'll learn the basics of rug braiding: beginning, braiding, lacing, and ending techniques. Instructor Helen Condon creates hand-braided wool Adirondack rugs, baskets, wreaths and custom heirloom gifts. $65 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com.

Aug. 15

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 15

8 p.m.

Songs For a New World

Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Rt. 30, Long Lake

Jason Robert Brown says, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” These are the stories and characters of today, the “Songs For a New World.” Brown transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge 57 stories above Fifth Avenue to meet a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined basketball is his ticket out of the ghetto to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. With a powerhouse multi-ethnic cast and a driving score running the gamut of today’s popular music, “Songs For a New World” is a great way to bring the next generation into the theatre. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 16-17

American Mountain Men Encampment

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

The fur trade comes to life at the Adirondack Museum. Join the museum and educational interpreters in period dress as they showcase a variety of survival skills.

Aug. 16

8 p.m.

Songs For a New World

Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St., North Creek

Jason Robert Brown says, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” These are the stories and characters of today, the “Songs For a New World.” Brown transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge 57 stories above Fifth Avenue to meet a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined basketball is his ticket out of the ghetto to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. With a powerhouse multi-ethnic cast and a driving score running the gamut of today’s popular music, “Songs For a New World” is a great way to bring the next generation into the theatre. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 17

10 a.m.

Horseshoe Toss Tournament 

Byron Park, E. Main St., Indian Lake

Registration and check in starts at 9 a.m.; play begins at 10 a.m. Two-man teams, double elimination, cash payout for first, second and third places. Town of Indian Lake Events / Activities Coordinator Vonnie Liddle, (518) 648-5828, indianlakeea@frontiernet.net.

Aug. 17

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quilting Workshop: Paper Piercing

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

This program will take the mystery out of paper piecing. Students will make a small wall hanging encompassing many of the intricacies of the technique. Over the past 20 years instructor Linda Jones-Bennett has become a respected quilt maker and quilt-making instructor throughout eastern New York state. $50 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com.

Aug. 17

6-8 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Dan Berggren

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Dan Berggren has been collecting, writing and singing folk music of the Adirondacks for the past 30 years. Growing up in the mountains on the land farmed by his mother’s family, he’s worked in the woods on a forest ranger’s crew and a survey crew. Hearing stories and songs from local friends and neighbors, Dan has developed a style that captures the spirit of the mountains.

Aug. 17

8 p.m.

Songs For a New World

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Rt. 28, Blue Mt. Lake

Jason Robert Brown says, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” These are the stories and characters of today, the “Songs For a New World.” Brown transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge 57 stories above Fifth Avenue to meet a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined basketball is his ticket out of the ghetto to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. With a powerhouse multi-ethnic cast and a driving score running the gamut of today’s popular music, “Songs For a New World” is a great way to bring the next generation into the theatre. $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 18

2 p.m.

Songs For a New World

View, 3273 Rt. 28, Old Forge

Jason Robert Brown says, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” These are the stories and characters of today, the “Songs For a New World.” Brown transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge 57 stories above Fifth Avenue to meet a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined basketball is his ticket out of the ghetto to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. With a powerhouse multi-ethnic cast and a driving score running the gamut of today’s popular music, “Songs For a New World” is a great way to bring the next generation into the theatre. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 18

8 p.m.

Songs For a New World

Indian Lake Theater, 13 W. Main St., Indian Lake

Jason Robert Brown says, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” These are the stories and characters of today, the “Songs For a New World.” Brown transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge 57 stories above Fifth Avenue to meet a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined basketball is his ticket out of the ghetto to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. With a powerhouse multi-ethnic cast and a driving score running the gamut of today’s popular music, “Songs For a New World” is a great way to bring the next generation into the theatre. Produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $20 / $15 members / $5 ages 12 and under. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 22

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 23-25

Adirondack Lakes Summer Theater Festival Grand Finale

Great Camp Sagamore, Sagamore Rd., Raquette Lake

Spend the weekend at historic Great Camp Sagamore, the Vanderbilt estate, and enjoy all four main-stage productions from the 4th Annual Adirondack Lakes Summer Theater Festival produced by Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and a weekend of hiking, swimming, canoeing and theater for a great price. The package includes two nights lodging, all meals and the four performances: Aug. 23, 7 p.m., “Cabaret;” Aug. 24, 2 p.m., “Macbeth;” Aug. 24, 7 p.m., “Songs for A New World;” and Aug. 25, 12 p.m., “Shrek.” $339 adults, $175 children under age 18. (518) 352-7715.

Aug. 24

6-8 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Years of leading their all-original, dance-driven group imbued this duo with the power to sound like a full band, whether it’s pulsing funk or haunting ballad. Electrifying, unique, and always uplifting, these improvisational performers possess “the fearlessness of a high wire act working without a net.”

Aug. 27

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quilting Workshop: Paper Piercing

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Aug. 29

Traditional Paddle Making Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Make a traditional cherry paddle. Led by craftsman Caleb Davis, workshop participants will use hand-tools to make their own cherry paddles. This is a physically demanding workshop. ?$125 each for a single blade paddle; $135 for a double bladed paddle. Pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 29

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Rustic Slab Bench/Table Family Workshop

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

Build your own rustic slab bench / table with a softwood slab and hardwood legs. All materials provided by instructor Bruce Wight. Power tools will be used (adults only), but no woodworking experience is needed. Participants may bring their own tools but they are not required. This workshop is suitable for children age 12 and above, accompanied by an adult family member. For safety, there must be an adult present for each child. $100 each; pre-registration is required at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 31

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quilting Workshop: Fiber Art

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

An art quilt is an original work of art done in fabric, layered with batting, backed, and machine quilted; just like a traditional bed quilt. However, these quilts are not made to cover a bed but as artwork to hang on a wall. Over the past 20 years instructor Linda Jones-Bennett has become a respected quilt maker and quilt-making instructor throughout eastern New York state. $50 each; register at www.adirondackmuseumstore.com/workshops.

Aug. 31

4 p.m.

Pig Roast

Indian Lake Fire Hall, E. Main St., Indian Lake

The pigs are spit roasted and comes with all the fixings to eat in or take out. Show up early, they sell out fast. On the outside grill at noon: hamburgers, hot dogs, steamed clams and clam chowder.

Aug. 24

6-8 p.m.

“Sunsets by the Lake” Concert Series - Cosby Gibson

Arrowhead Park, Rt. 28, Inlet (rain site Fern Park Pavilion)

Cosby Gibson writes and sings original acoustic and contemporary folk songs. Her monodies and traditional sound find inspiration from the forest, the countryside and human relationships.

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 14

Rustic Furniture Fair

Adirondack Museum, Rt. 28N/30, Blue Mt. Lake

An exceptional festival of rustic arts featuring handcrafted furniture, furnishings, and Adirondack paintings. Looking for the perfect piece of furniture for home or camp? Look no further. Renowned craftsman from all over the United States will showcase and sell their one-of-a-kind creations. Exhibitors will be on hand to answer questions about their work or discuss custom made pieces. (518) 352-7311.

Sept. 18-22

Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show

Indian Lake

An autumn weekend of antiques and art in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Surround yourself with an incredible selection of rustic art, camp furniture, hunting & fishing antiques, boats, taxidermy, antlers and more. Antique vendors throughout the hamlet of Indian Lake. Co-sponsored by the Town of Indian Lake. www.adkantiques.com

Sept. 21-22

10 a.m.

20th Annual Fall Festival

Fern Park, 9 Loomis Rd., Inlet

Over 70 vendors offer a multitude of products: rustic furniture, clothing, jams, candles, photography, stoneware, jewelry and much more. There will be children’s activities, raffles, live music, jugglers and food. Free parking, shuttle, admission, entertainment. To 5 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. Sunday.

Sept. 28-29

The Great Adirondack Moose Festival

Indian Lake

Sponsored by the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce. Email indianlakechamber@frontiernet.net; call (518) 648-5112 or 648-5636.

Sept. 28

Annual Turkey Shoot

Shooting Range, Chain Lakes Rd., Indian Lake

Target shooting competition for any level of experience. Prizes include frozen turkeys and chickens. Open to all ages. Air rifle events for youngsters. Sponsored by the IL/BML Fish & Game Association.

www.indianlakefishandgame.com

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