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!
Annual Fund DriveThanks to so many in our community and beyond for allowing us to grow and thrive, because it is with this support that we continue to impact our community. Please join us once again with a donation to our annual fund. Better yet, please consider becoming part of our growing group of Sustaining Donors with a monthly contribution.
Youth Theatre Players Filmmaking: From Script to Screen CLASS IS FULL Instructor – Jim Powers An all-inclusive, start to finish, hands on film making course. Each student will work on every aspect of the filmmaking process. From “the pitch” to screenwriting, acting, filming, sound tech, producing, directing, editing and post production. Taught by multi-award winning […]
Circle Theatre Players present the romantic comedy “As You Like It” written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Barbara Leavell Smith, this play spins a tale of love, heroism, sentiment, adventure, and pure fun. Adapted to be set in the 1960’s with a playground of the forest and court life, you will hear the famous speech […]
The collaborative and individual songwriting efforts of the Beatles’ John Lennon and Paul McCartney changed popular music forever. Do you prefer “Penny Lane” or “Strawberry Fields”? Lady Madonna” or Revolution”? On May 26 at 8pm the Sand Lake Center for the Arts will host a performance in which these songs will go head-to-head. A band […]
We are pleased to announce that the Tenth Annual “A Taste of Sand Lake” will be on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Old Daley on Crooked Lake. A Taste of Sand Lake has become a much-anticipated annual event, as well as a successful fundraiser for the Sand Lake Center for the Arts. Will feature […]
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.
Pamela Dalton’s Scherenschnitte have delighted collectors worldwide for almost twenty-five years. Her work is created in the tradition of early American paper cutting popular in the Pennsylvania Dutch regions of this country in the early nineteenth century. Stop by and see this beautiful work until the end of June. Visit Pam’s website to learn more!
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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