Sand Lake Center for the Arts
Improv Class with the Mop & Bucket Company

Improv is a great way to loosen up, discover your inner comic, meet fascinating people,
and most of all, have fun! Members of the Mop & Bucket Co. will be on hand to introduce you
to the basics of this wonderful art form. Something new each week.
If you’ve never taken an improv class, or if you have, and want to play, this is the class for you!

Wednesday evening classes • October 7, 14, 21, 28 at 7pm
$100 for the series of 4 or $30 each

Holiday Art Fair
November 7 from 10am-4pm
November 8 from 12-4pm
Sand Lake Historical Society’s Teddy Roosevelt Premiere
The Sand Lake Historical Society and the Sand Lake Center for the Arts will be hosting
a complimentary showing for those who were unable to attend the Teddy Roosevelt event
at The Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake in April, but are interested in experiencing it
along with a recently found interview with Al Coons at the Crooked Lake in the 1980’s.
There will also be desserts and refreshments to enjoy.
Watch introduction

November 10 at 7:30pm
Soldiers’ Sanctuary

Soldiers’ Sanctuary

Soldiers’ Sanctuary is the first of its kind documentary focusing on veterans
of all wars and their struggles and varying degrees of desire to reconcile with former enemies.
This award winning film was produced by Luke L. Hansen of DACA Productions, LLC.,
who will join us for the evening.

Journey with a group of U. S. veterans of the Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam Wars
to the infamous battlefield in Khe Sanh, Vietnam. There they join in an emotional meeting
with veterans of the People’s Army. Together they create the foundation of the Khe Sanh Garden,
a world sanctuary being dedicated to the memory of fallen soldiers from all sides of
armed conflict and providing an opportunity for peaceful face-to-face reconciliation with former enemies.

Soldiers’ Sanctuary is “…charged with emotion and filled with new perspectives as enemies
work together to build modern day ties. A film for all vets, all wars and all those who care!”
Sandy Northrop, Producer, Vietnam Passage: Journeys from War to Peace, PBS

November 11 at 7pm
Tickets: $10 adult, $8 under 18. All veterans are free.


"Down with the Rent!"
The Anti-Rent Rebellion of New York State

Down with the Rent!

A concert of New York State’s hidden history in a performance of authentic songs & stories written and sung by Anti-Rent protestors in the 1840s.
Featuring performers (left to right): Terry Leonino, George Ward, Greg Artzner, John Roberts, Bill Spence, Greg Clarke, Toby Stover & George Wilson.
Compiled and directed by Andy Spence.

November 21 at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door