Lost and Found: Mid July Edition

From good samaritan Jim Bohleber:

"I was out fishing last night (Thursday) when I came upon this kayak. It is a Pelican Trailblazer 100. It was floating about 300 or 400 yards offshore, approx. opposite The Landings, or Tamaracbeach. (northwest area of lake) If anybody thinks it is theirs, they can call me at 631-987-8780. They should be able to give me details on the life vest that was in the bow area".

 

 

 

 

Adirondack Film Society Comes To Schroon This Summer

Adirondack Film Society Comes To Schroon This Summer

This summer the Strand Cinema is proud to host for the second year in a row an Adirondack Film Society program celebrating some of the nation's richest film treasures. Sunday, July 23 features a silent film festival with Chaplin Comedy Shorts and a  Live Piano performance by Master Accompanist Ben Model.

The weekend of August 19-20 brings two very diverse works: the musical, Singin’ in the Rain, on Saturday is hosted in person by film historian and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) contributor Jeremy Arnold.

On Sunday evening, August 20th, the series will conclude with a screening of the documentary feature Encounters at the End of the World.

On Saturday and Sunday, August 12-13, the series will present encore screenings of The Night We Met, the independent feature film that was shot in Schroon Lake, which received its world-premiere screenings as part of the 2016 “Easy Screening Series.”

All programs in the series will start at 8 pm and have an admission price of $10 per person. To learn more about any of these programs, please contact AFS Operations Manager Fred Balzac at (518) 523-3456 or 588-7275 or by e-mail at fredbalzac@aol.com.

Read more from the official press release after the jump.

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The Future of Frontier Town

The creator of the video above puts forth some rather provocative ideas about the future of the space occupied by the crumbling remains of North Hudson's Frontier Town. July 28 is the deadline the State of New York is accepting applications for ideas and proposals to redevelop this area, hoping for a spark that will ignite an economic jump start for jobs and the overall economy of North Hudson and surrounding area, including Schroon. An equestrian center, camping sites, horse and snowmobile trials have been proposed. Schroon's Paradox Brewrery has already announced plans to move to the site. What are your thoughts about how this area should be developed? Tell us in comments.