The Art in the Adirondacks’ events calendar is a centralized resource for arts, culture and heritage tourism and covers events occurring in the following counties: St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton, Fulton, Herkimer, Oneida, Lewis, Montgomery and Schenectady Counties. To post your event email the specifics to: [email protected].
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Come create a simple turned bowl that still looks and feels rustic due to its live edge. This course is targeted to those who have an interest in learning how to turn. The emphasis will be on learning how to use a lathe and tools safely and correctly. In this class, you will learn the basics of creating spindle-based objects and then work at turning your bowl. Leave the class with a lovely treasure that captures the "wild" feel of…Find out more »
Once you learn how to create one of these magnificent lampshades you will feel like you’re out in the deep woods while you sit reading in your comfortable chair at night. The warmth and beauty of the light produced from the botanicals when the light is turned on is magical! This class is divided into two half-day sessions. The goal is to bring nature to life. You will create two lampshades using botanicals that can be found all around us…Find out more »
Weave a Mobius Wrap (Shawl) with Lori Carter-Secreti. #1518-0323. 1+1/2 days. 9/23 9am-4pm, 9/24 12pm-4pm.
Wrap yourself in the warmth of your creation! Using a mixed fibers warp, learn how to weave a mobius panel. This course will include how to finish edges, wash and fashion your panel into a unique and fashionable version of the shawl. NOTE: Handouts for tying, washing care, and sewing are included.Find out more »
Jan 12 2019 Two on Tap Jan 26 2019 Dady Brothers Feb 9 2019 Aztec Two-Step Feb 23 2019 Northern Blend Chorus Mar 9 2019 Smythe and Taylor Mar 23 2019 Roy Hurd Apr 6 2019 Sultans of String All concerts held at headquarters of Lewis County Historical Society, 7552 South State St, Lowville NY 13367 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: Season $110, At the door $20, in advance, $18, family $45 (2 adults and up to 4 children), students $12…Find out more »
Goat milk soap is excellent for people with dry, irritated or sensitive skin. It is loaded with nutrients, proteins, fat, calcium and vitamins. It is an excellent natural moisturizer that helps hydrate, nourish and revitalize skin. We will discuss natural dyes and additives which you may wish to incorporate in your soap. You will be making a pound of soap to take home.Find out more »
Chair yoga Dori Daknis, instructor Yoga Studio Cost*: $10 Monday June 18, 25,2018 10:30am-11:30am Chair yoga is a nice way to ease into the practice of yoga. It is also for individuals who prefer a gentle approach to flexibility and poses. This 45-minute session can help reduce stress as Dori eases you into simple yoga postures on comfortable chairs. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932 *Members receive a 20% discount. Don't forget to enter the promotional code in the…Find out more »
Chair Yoga, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 10:30am-11:30am Dori Daknis, instructor Yoga Studio Cost*: $10 Chair yoga is a nice way to ease into the practice of yoga. It is also for individuals who prefer a gentle approach to flexibility and poses. This 45-minute session can help reduce stress as Dori eases you into simple yoga postures on comfortable chairs. To register visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call 518-661-9932 *Members receive a 20% discount. Don't forget to enter the promotional code…Find out more »
For Preschoolers ages 2-5 to use all your senses during hands-on experiences that combine a classic story chosen for its theme, a Museum tour and a related art project. Wednesday March 13th - 10:30am-11:30am St. Patrick’s Day We will read a book about St. Patrick’s Day and study Shamrocks and do a green art project!! Wednesday March 27th – 10:30am-11:30am Spring We will read “Home for a Bunny” by: Margaret Wise Brown and talk about the signs of spring. We…Find out more »
This is a fun and relaxing art that helps keep your fingers nimble and creative ideas flowing. This class is designed to help beginners learn to place materials on a fishing hook and the intermediate tiers to hone their skills. The flys to be tied in the class will be determined by the skill of the students. Materials used in the class will be natural and synthetic. We will also go over different tools and substitutes used. If you have…Find out more »
Learn how to build an Adirondack Fishing Pole Rack and keep your gear close by for the big catch! In this class you will learn the ins and outs of woodworking in order to create a piece that will keep your fishing gear well organized. This class is great for beginner woodworkers, anglers and those who want to give their favorite fisherman a unique gift.Find out more »