Tango Fusion Sunday in The Park

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Today' featured artist in the Schroon Lake Arts Council's Sunday in the Park Concert series will make you want to tango!

Tango Fusion Dance Company, from Saratoga Springs, bring their version of synthesized latin dance, argentine tango, ballet, jazz, modern dance and theater to the Town Park at 12 noon.

The group uniquely combines the styles and backgrounds of the company's dancers, which creates a fun, passionate, innovative movement that is both beautiful and evocative of Tango's cultural origins.

From their official bio:

"Tango Fusion emerged in the dance world as a showcase created by Diane Lachtrupp. Tango Fusion went on to perform at the American Theater for Actors in Manhattan and received rave reviews from The New York Times. The Times reported, " Tango Fusion must be the happiest celebration of that dance to arrive in the city for a very long time...production values, music and imaginative staging were first rate." Tango Fusion's success continued to grow when it was invited to perform in New York City at the Town Hall Tango Fest and the Fifth Annual Tango Congress in Argentina".

Summertime, and the Living is Slushie


Want a unique way to cool off this summer? Get on on over to Vine and Barley, Schroon's hip and happening bistro,  for some excellent light fare, cold beer and wine and some soothing wine slushies.

Vine and Barley are now open seven days a week until Labor Day. Their hours are Monday to Thursday from 12 noon to 8pm and Friday and Saturday noon to 9pm. Sundays Noon till 6 pm. 

Sunday's In The Park: Tango Fusion

Roy Hurd plays August 5, 2018

Roy Hurd plays August 5, 2018

Music, Music and more music. A huge hat tip to the Schroon Lake Arts Council and their new Sunday's in the Park series of performances. Today it's Tango Fusion. Here's what's coming up.

July 15 Story Creation

July 22 Xinhau Lee

July 29 Lights, Camera, Action

Aug. 5 Roy Hurd

Aug 12 Adirondack Folk Music Festival

Aug. 19 Cosy Sheridan

Aug. 26 Porch Fest

This Project is made possible, in part, with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administrated by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

July 4th: What It Was Like For Uncle Mark Piper

Photo by Sharron Hozley Tyrrell

Photo by Sharron Hozley Tyrrell

By Mark Piper

As a musician there is nothing more satisfying than being able to play at an important event in front of your own community. Schroon Lake is special because everyone feels like family even if they are just visiting. In spite of the heat, the energy of the crowd was amazing and I think people had a wonderful time at the beach. Uncle Mark and Friends were really thankful to the chamber to be included in this year‘s roster. Looking out over the crowd reminded me how lucky we are to live here and how grateful I am to be able to share my music here.

From Sharron:

I want to thank everyone for all of the followers and likes I am receiving here ! I will be unable to participate in the craft fairs this summer. I will have my 2019 Schroon Lake and Paradox Lake calendar if someone is interested in purchasing one. They are $22.00 and you can leave me a message. I will mail them for postage or if you are in town I will arrange to meet you somewhere. I will also leave a couple at Paradox Crafts!

You can contact Sharron, by clicking here.