Showing posts from March 18, 2012

6 things to know about the Adirondack Footy Festival in AuSable Forks

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.

Gibson Brothers Come To Plattsburgh March 23, 2012

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