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Schroon Lake Opening Weekend Schedule of Events

Schroon Lake is celebration with a variety of activities this weekend. Stop by and join in all the fun!  Saturday May 26 Community Garage Sales - various locations Non-Motorized Boat Chain across Schroon Lake 9am & Blessing of the Fleet - 9:30am Down to Earth Garden Club for kids @ library - 10:30am to 11:30am 532-7737 x13 Summer Expo on Main Street - 2pm to 8pm Motorized Boat parade & Blessing of Fleet - 2pm Zumba Class and Demonstration 6 pm – 6:30 pm Welcome Summer with Sun Salutations Yoga Class - Debbie Philp. True North Yoga@5pm-5:30pm Tribute to the Troops – CONCERT at the bandstand - 7:30 pm Used Book Store 10am 2pm @ Health Center Basement Friends of Schroon Lake Library Sunday May 27 Pancake Breakfast @ Fish & Game Club 7am noon - benefit Cub Scouts Pack 37 Lion's Club Auction @ 12pm & Garage Sale - Boathouse Theatre Community Garage Sales - various locations Monday May 28 Flagpole dedication in Town Park - hosted by Town Supervisor Mike Marnell


Adirondack Shakespeare Theatre will celebrate its second season with four productions and a full schedule of events with performances of the comedy "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). A full season pass can be purchased for only $30, which includes all performances to "A Mid Summer's Night Dream and Merchant of Venice as the well as Adirondack Shakespeare's original productions by  Sean Adams,   Theseus and the Minotaur , which features an adapted version of   A Midsummer Night’s Dream .   The season will open July 3  with FREE performances at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m at Shepard's Park in Lake George. Also check back for a FREE children's performance at Lake Placid's Mid Park July 23 and August 3.  Adirondack Shakespeare Theatre Schedule of Events

Adirondack Opera: Seagle Music Colony

By Diane Chase Jack and the Beanstalk may be considered a children’s story but the undertones of the Seagle Music Colony’s operatic rendition leaves anyone with an appreciation for music with his/her own interpretation. The giant does get his in the end, but it is not the end one is expecting. For adults there is the rich performance of the four gifted students and children listen in awe to a magical story. The bonus is being able to meet the fairytale characters, come-to-life, after the show. Read More