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Arts grants announced

Monday, May 05, 2014 - Updated: 9:18 PM


Express News Staff

LAKE PLEASANT -- The recipients of funding through this year's New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Regrant Program have been announced as follows.

Town of Wells - Friends of Wells Library - "Keeping It Alive" Songs and Styles from the Past ($1.677.50).

Town of Arietta - Piseco Library- Coffeehouse Music Series ($800).

Town of Lake Pleasant - A Pretty Good Band Concert and Parade Series ($405).

Lake Pleasant Central School - "Peter Pan" ($600).

Town of Indian Lake - Indian Lake Theater - two projects: Arts and Culture Thursdays ($2,941) and Hamilton County Reads Beyond Books ($1,908).

Town of Long Lake - Portraits of Wilderness ($5,000).

Long Lake Friends of Music Concert Series ($1,500).

Long Lake Central School and Long Lake Historical Society - Adirondack Culture Day ($3,681).

St. William's at Long Point - Thursday Evenings on the Lake ($2,520).

Town of Inlet - Sunsets by the Lake Concert Series ($925) and Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council's An Evening with the Symphony ($4,150).

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Artistic Associate Danielle Melendez announced the awards to the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors May 1. ALCA administers the regrant program in Hamilton County.

For more information about ALCA and its many programs go to


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