This second annual winter-sports film competition for the Adirondack region supports the freestyle and snowboard subculture while also acting as a fundraiser for athletes trying to make Nationals. 1) The film festival will take place at the Hollywood Theatre in AuSable Forks this Saturday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. 2) All tickets are $5 3) This is an amateur film competition 4) Cash and prizes for top three finishers in 2 categories: under 5 minutes and under 20 minutes 5) Other prizes will be awarded from PlacidPlanet Bicycles and Hardway Apparel , GoPro, 6) A ll funds will be used to support the United States of America Snowboard Associations Adirondack (USASA ADK) athletes at Nationals at Copper Mountain, CO.
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If you have been wishing that the Adirondack bluegrass favorites, The Gibson Brothers would be in the area to perform, your are in luck. On March 23 , at the E. Glenn Giltz Auditorium, Hawkins Hall, the Gibson Brothers will perform a benefit concert for the next generation. Tickets at the door or at the Angell College Center desk. Cost = $18 general admission. $6 SUNY Plattsburgh students with ID. "The Gibson Brothers recall a lot of the true, real feelings of country's roots. What truly stands out about their music is that, although they're solidly based in traditional styles, they're also songwriters working with a contemporary lexicon of language and issues. If you think country music is about rhinestones and wretched excess, these guys'll change your mind. This is good music: intense, soulful, technically exciting -- it's damn near perfect. Get out and see these guys." Chuck Thurman, Coast Weekly The next time The Gibson Brothers will pe