A new event celebrating the exuberance of the Prohibition era in northern Warren County — and captured the imagination of hundreds of people here and in the Capital Region — was honored last week as a 'Best Community Event' by the Adirondack Park Agency.
The North Warren Chamber has announced the winners of its two coveted awards.
The Adirondack Pastel Society will be holding its first Membership Award Exhibit and Sale at the Tannery Pond Community Center, Widlund Gallery, North Creek from March 22 through April 23, 2014.
A fanciful festival of canine character, 1960s hippie culture and classic rock 'n roll is envisioned to be a popular new event for northern Warren County.
The Tri-Lakes Business Alliance delves into a full agenda, refining their established events as they prepare to launch new ones.
The agency that's helped thousands of families facing financial crises and other hardships is expanding their Warrensburg Outreach Center — and proceeds from their upcoming Spring Gala will help pay for the building that will allow the agency to increase their services to those in need.
The hometown band that combines professional musicians with talented amateurs is presenting a free concert at 3 p.m. Sunday April 6 in the Lake George High School auditorium.
The Carol Theater of Chestertown — which in the mid-1900s hosted movies and shows but is now shuttered — may be resurrected as a venue for the performing arts, including live musicals and concerts, showcasing regional talent.
Homegrown in Queensbury, this musical is headed on tour of the Northeast — and perhaps may go national!
Giant Mountain Studio, a remarkable addition to the cultural scene in the southern Adirondacks, is hosting an opening reception for its spring exhibit from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 4.
The North Warren Chamber of Commerce has named Art in Chester Gallery its '2014 Business of the Year' and Paul Matson of Garnet Signs '2014 V.I.P. of the Year' for their positive influence on communities and life in northern Warren County. They are to be awarded May 7 at a Chamber banquet.
Students perform ‘Pride and Prejudice’
A 200-year-old tale came to the stage at Ticonderoga High School as students presented “Pride and Prejudice.”
The North Warren High School Senior Band recently performed in front of some famous conductors at Lincoln Center in the National Band & Orchestra Festival, and several band members reflect on the experience.
A musical — about a group of four men sharing their concerns and aspirations candidly as they gather for golf annually through their adulthood — will have its debut in early April in Glens Falls before it goes on tour. The musical, hailed in its readings to date, was written by Queensbury mortgage broker Rick Wilson, drawing on his own experiences with a group of former college classmates. The show has been called the male answer to 'Menopause - The Musical.'
North Warren Central School faculty members Maria Swartz and Kim Sabo collaborate yet again in directing a charming musical that helps area children develop their poise, talent and self-confidence.