SLHS event - March 13th at 7pmSand Lake Historical Society event: WHO KILLED HAZEL DREW? with author Ron Hughes will be held on March 13th at 7PM. FREE Admission.
Averill Park Central School District Student Art ShowThe Sand Lake Center for the arts invites the Averill Park Central School District Art Department to exhibit student artwork every other year. This ever-popular show exhibits samples of student work from grades 1–12. The show highlights the artistic development and achievement mastered by the students in our area, and shows the importance of supporting a strong arts curriculum for the school district. There will be a public reception for the artists, friends, family and community at the art center. The Art Show and reception will be April 15th 1-3. This show will be open to the public whenever there are performances. For addition information contact SLCA at 674-2007 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Our Birthday Club!Contact our Box Office at 518-674-2007 to reserve a FREE ticket to a performance during your birthday month! Subject to availability!
“The Crucible” Mar 16-25 – Directed by Sue Frost and Val Kavanaugh BUY TICKETS NOW Sell tickets online with Ticketleap “The Importance of Being Ernest” June 1-10 – Directed by Criss Maccione More information will be added as it is released! PREVIOUS EVENTS FROM THIS SEASON: “In the Heat of the Night” Oct 6-15 – […]
Please welcome local photographer Eric Washburn to our gallery January through February. Eric’s artist reception will be held on Jan. 27th from 1pm until 3pm. Please join us. Eric Washburn started taking photos almost 60 years ago, with a Brownie Starflash. Forty-five years ago, it was Kodachrome slides of F-4s being shot off the USS […]
The Sand Lake Center for the arts invites the Averill Park Central School District Art Department to exhibit student artwork every other year. This ever-popular show exhibits samples of student work from grades 1–12. The show highlights the artistic development and achievement mastered by the students in our area, and shows the importance of supporting […]
Artists of all media are invited to submit two works for a juried show at the Sand Lake Center for the Arts. Starts July 1 and runs through August 31, 2018. Twenty pieces will be selected with first, second, third and people’s choice cash awards ($300, $200, $100 and $100) will be given. There is […]
Two fellows with a mandolin and gui-tar, a musical teamwork built of habit, their voices fused in the special blend produced by kinship. Banjo Dan and Willy Lindner of Vermont now bring to you after decades of singing together the essence of the simple, moving sounds of the “brothers duets” of1930s and ’40s along with […]
Join us in welcoming Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys to the SLCA on April 21st at 8pm. Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys make one feel as if they’re traveling in time, maybe back to Louisiana in 1963. Mel Guarino of The Bluebillies said, “There is no other band that I know that can sound so […]
Join us for this Sand Lake Historical Society event: WHO KILLED HAZEL DREW? with Ron Hughes March 13th at 7PM. FREE Admission! On July 6, 1908, pretty and popular Hazel Drew abruptly quit her job as a domestic servant; a job she loved and with a family that greatly respected and admired her. Five days later her body was discovered in […]
New for 2017! Free entry to any show during your birth month (depending on availability). Call the box office at 518-674-2007 to reserve your ticket.
DIRECTIONSFrom Albany and Points West:
Take I-90 East to Exit 8 (Rte 43). Continue on 43 East. After the first light go about 8 miles and pass the blinking yellow light in Averill Park. Continue on 43 East another 1/2 mile. The SLCA is on the left, just before the next traffic light.
From Pittsfield and Points East:
Take Route 20 West to Route 22 North. Follow Route 22 into Stephentown. At the traffic light turn left onto Route 43 West. Go about 10 miles to the next traffic light in Sand Lake. Turn left and the SLCA will be on the right.
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