Get Ready For Some Summer Music Fun, Right Now!

  Harpeth Rising: Photo Courtesy of the Artists

 

Harpeth Rising: Photo Courtesy of the Artists

There’s another huge music season ahead, with two internationally known acts headlining this year’s Schroon Lake Arts Council season.

American roots trio “Red Molly” will be returning again for a third year and the internationally acclaimed “Cherish The Ladies”  --  a Celtic music group of 5 women and a dancer  -- will be making their Schroon Lake debut.

“I am simply thrilled with our season,” Jack Osborne, president of the Schroon Lake Arts Council tells us.

“Harpeth Rising is another group of up and coming three  young talented ladies scheduled to appear during our season.

  Red Molly: Photo By Whitney kidder. copyright. all rights reserved

 

Red Molly: Photo By Whitney kidder. copyright. all rights reserved

“I have to say defensively that this season is NOT ‘all about the women’ – there are some men appearing as well”.

Check out  the full season in our Music and Arts Scene, or download the PDF here.

RIP: Sheila Marie Secor

Schroon Laker Sheila Marie Secor passed away on March 1, 2015, at CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh. She was 68.

Friends and family will gather at the Schroon Lake Fire House, Cedar Hill Drive, Schroon Lake, from 2 to 4 pm this  Saturday, March 14, 2015.

Spring interment will be at Underwood Cemetery in Adirondack. You can read Sheila’s official obit from the PostStar, here.

GoodBye To Mr. P's Smokehouse: Beloved Restaurant to Close For Good

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The fire is out at Mr. P's Smokehouse. After much thought and deep soul searching, Chefs Shelby Davis and Chris Palmatier, will not re-open for the season.

In a moving missive to Mr. P's Facebook fans, Chefs Shelby and Chris explains how they came to their decision. We, like many of our readers will be, are saddened  -- and a little freaked out -- by this news, but totally understand. You can read all about it in our Food and Drink Section.

 

Fishing Derby Countdown

The local economy is about to get another boost with the influx of a couple of hundred fishermen and women for the Annual Ice Fishing Derby next weekend. (March 7th & 8th).

The big winners are area eateries, bars, and local lodging facilities. The event, staged by the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club, attracts entrants from all over. Tickets are $15 each and are on sale now at the Fish & Game Club, Flanagan’s Pub, The Timberwolf, The Black Bear in Pottersville, the Sunoco on Route 9 and Crossroads in Chestertown.

Cash prizes are awarded for five species of fish: Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Salmon, Perch and Pickerel. For more information call 518-532-7953.