These events are 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 administered by the St. Lawrence County Arts Council. For more information about available grants, visit slcartscouncil.org/grants.

 


Saturday, 6/2/2018, at 11:00 AM

Music of Culture Performance Series – West African Drum and Dance Interactive Workshop

Len Mackey and friends will provide a performance of West African drumming and dancing, expressing the song, drum, and dance of Guinea, West Africa, and the Baga, Mande, and Susu people of that region. Following the performance, audience members learn how to play polyrhythmic arrangements of the full moon celebration rhythm Yankadi-Makru. Drums will be provided to the audience.

At Ives Park, Potsdam; accessible to all. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Potsdam Public Library. For more info: Len Mackey, 585-317-6370, len@songofthespheres.com

 

Saturday, 6/9/2018, at 12:00 PM

Music of Culture Performance Series – Native Storytelling and Chanting

Len Mackey will share the story of The Vision of Grandfather Stalking Wolf. Following the story time, participants will learn songs and the drum accompaniment pattern for each.

Potsdam Public Library, Potsdam; accessible to all. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Potsdam Public Library. For more info: Len Mackey, 585-317-6370, len@songofthespheres.com

 

Saturday, 6/9/2018, at 7:00 PM

Irish and French Canadian music with Don Woodcock and Gretchen Koehler

At Meetinghouse Museum, 696 E. DeKalb Rd. DeKalb Junction; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Dekalb Historical Association. For more info: Linda Batt, 315-344-6592, linda.batt06@gmail.com

 

Saturday, 6/9/2018, at 12:00 PM

Create an acrylic painting with Jane

Participants will paint various life stages of a monarch butterfly on an 9×12 canvas. Jane Utegg, decorative artist will lead the group in the acrylic painting.

At Town of Lewis  Library, 1069 State Route 26, West Leyden; wheelchair accessible with bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Lewis Library. For more info: Sue Kornatowski, 315-942-2516.

 

Thursday, 6/21/2018, at 6:00 PM

Northbound

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Sunday, 6/24/2018, at 7:00 PM

Cabaret in the Cow-fe with Deb Stone

Deborah Stone has received accolades for her carefully-crafted cabaret performances from the vast repertoire of the American songbook at venues in New York City such as the Metropolitan Room and Don’t Tell Mama. The elegant, entertaining performances in which she displays her talents in song, promise an unforgettable evening.

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair access and restroom. Suggested Donation $10. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Wednesday, 6/27/2018, at 6:00 PM

Double Axel

At Colton-Pierrepont Central School; Accessible venue with helpers available. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Colton, as part of 2018 Colton Riverside Performances. For more info: Ruth McWilliams, 315-262-2450, ruth@catamountlodge.com

 

Thursday, 6/28/2018, at 6:00 PM

Burn the Evidence

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Friday, 6/29/2018, at 7:00 PM

Summer Reading Kickoff with JoLynn

JoLynn Stresing will be presenting an Art & Literacy Program to kick-off Summer Reading for young and old alike.

At Osceola Public Library, 2117 N Osceola Rd. Camden. Wheelchair accessible The site is wheelchair accessible large print available. , FREE to everyone. Organized by: Osceola Public Library. For more info: Leona Chereshnoski, 315-599-7122 or 315-599-8836.

 

Saturday, 6/30/2018, at 12:00 PM

Music of Culture Performance Series – Didjeridoo Dream Time

Len Mackey will perform on the didgeridoo and tell an Aboriginal story of how the didgeridoo created the universe. Following the story and performance, participants will be provided with a didgeridoo of their own and instructed on how to make music with the instrument.

Potsdam Public Library, Potsdam; accessible to all. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Potsdam Public Library. For more info: Len Mackey, 585-317-6370, len@songofthespheres.com

 

Saturday, 6/30/2018, at 7:00 PM

Music of our Historical Movements

At Meetinghouse Museum, 696 E. DeKalb Rd. DeKalb Junction; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: DeKalb Historical Association. For more info: Linda Batt, 315-344-6592, linda.batt06@gmail.com

 

Sunday, 7/1/2018, at 3:00 PM

Saliff String Quartet

The World on a String

Four young members of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra help us celebrate strings with classical and modern pieces.  Children’s Program: Learn to play the nose flute. At Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site. Rain location: Sackets Harbor United Presbyterian Church. FREE. Organized by: Sackets Harbor Historical Society.

 

Thursday, 7/5/2018, at 6:00 PM

Playback

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Thursday, 7/5/2018, at 6:30 PM

Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series

Performer: Northbound

At Chippewa Bay Community Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; Backyard is accessible but no wheelchair accessible bathroom. Rain location: Chippewa Bay Fish & Game Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; wheelchair accessible bathroom. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Chippewa Bay Community Club, as part of Chippewa Bay Community Club Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series. For more info: 3154864794, chippewacommunityclub@yahoo.com

 

Friday, 7/6/2018, at 7:00 PM

Fragwerke Early Music Consort

Fragwerke is an early music ensemble started by university- trained multi-instrumentalists Alexander Rakov and Alexander Korolov over 20 years ago in Syracuse, NY. The pure, voiced harmonies of Renaissance and Baroque music as interpreted on period instruments by the members of the ensemble transport the listener to a time centuries past when music heard directly without amplification or digital enhancement was the norm of the day.

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair access and restroom. This concert is a love offering for which contributions will be gratefully accepted. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Friday, 7/6//2018, at 7:00 PM

Contra Dance

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Cranberry Lake Pavilion, Cranberry Lake. Wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Saturday, 7/7/2018, at 6:30 PM

Dance Party with “The Shoes”

Rock and Roll dance to 50s and 60s hits.

At Pavilion at Morristown Fire Station; wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Morristown Gateway Museum, as part of 2018 Concert Series. For more info: jazzbirks@yahoo.com, http://www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org

 

Sunday, 7/8/2018, at 3:00 PM

Stu Fuchs & Sarah Carlisle

The World on a String

Ukulele master and minstrel delights with world music and fun instruments. At Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site. Rain location: Sackets Harbor United Presbyterian Church. FREE. Organized by: Sackets Harbor Historical Society.

 

Wednesday, 7/11/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: Australian Boomerangs

In this class, kids 5- up will take a journey to the “Land Down Under,” and learn how to paint Australian Aborigianal boomerangs and learn the culture, with Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Thursday, 7/12/2018, at 6:00 PM

Tracer James Trio

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Thursday, 7/12/2018, at 6:30 PM

Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series

Performer: Double Barrel Blues Band

At Chippewa Bay Community Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; Backyard is accessible but no wheelchair accessible bathroom. Rain location: Chippewa Bay Fish & Game Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; wheelchair accessible bathroom. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Chippewa Bay Community Club, as part of Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series. For more info: 315-486-4794, chippewacommunityclub@yahoo.com

 

Friday, 7/13/2018, at 7:00 PM

Junior Division Performance

This will be a disney junior production by 7 and 8th grade students

At Pickens Hall Heuvelton NY; Wheelchair accessible Accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Heuvelton Historical Association, as part of intensive musical theatre camp.

 

Saturday, 7/14/2018, at 7:00 PM

Senior Division Performance

High school students performing Cabaret

At Pickens Hall Heuvelton NY; Wheelchair Accessible.

 

Sunday, 7/15/2018, at 3:00 PM

Beartracks

The World on a String

Banjo, dobro, guitar, vocals, and fiddle make this a Bluegrass String Festival.  At Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site. Rain location: Sackets Harbor United Presbyterian Church. FREE. Organized by: Sackets Harbor Historical Society.

 

Sunday, 7/15/2018, at 4:00 PM

Legendary Celtic Harpist Kim Robertson in Concert

Kim Robertson’s performances of Celtic music enrapture the heart. Of her playing, The Chattanooga Times wrote: “…There seems to be nothing simple about the way Kim Robertson plays the rare and ancient instrument known as the Celtic harp, but there is an air of magical simplicity and elegance about her music that recalls bygone eras and modes of behavior, be they courtly or wrapped in a world of fantasy.” Kim Robertson’s performance date in mid-July of 2018 coincides with a Scottish heritage celebration set to take place in Hammond, NY.

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair access and restroom. $10. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Monday, 7/16/2018, at 6:30 PM

Sacci Big Band Concert

Outstanding big band music from Basie, Barnet, Herman, plus originals.

At Pavilion at Morristown Fire Station; wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Morristown Gateway Museum, as part of 2018 Concert Series. For more info: jazzbirks@yahoo.com, http://www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org

 

Wednesday, 7/18/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: African Masks

In this class, kids ages 5-up will delve into the African culture and create African masks with various media, with Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Wednesday, 7/18/2018, at 6:00 PM

Acapella North Chorus

2nd performance in series of five

At Colton Methodist Church Green; Accessible venue with helpers available. Rain location: Colton Methodist Church (inside); Accessible with helpers available. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Colton. For more info: Ruth McWilliams, 315-262-2450, ruth@catamountlodge.com

 

Thursday, 7/19/2018, at 6:00 PM

Atom Ghost

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Thursday, 7/19/2018, at 6:30 PM

Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series

Performer: Waydown Wailers

At Chippewa Bay Community Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; Backyard is accessible but no wheelchair accessible bathroom. Rain location: Chippewa Bay Fish & Game Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; wheelchair accessible bathroom. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Chippewa Bay Community Club, as part of Chippewa Bay Community Club Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series. For more info: 3154864794, chippewacommunityclub@yahoo.com

 

Thursday, 7/19/2018, at 7:00 PM

Pump Boys & Dinettes

At 89 Riverside Drive, Colton, old fire station; Wheelchair accessible accessible. $10 for adults, group rates, children free. Organized by: Colton Historical Society – SRLP, as part of Pump Boys & Dinettes. For more info: http://www.townofcolton.com

 

Friday, 7/20/2018, at 7:00 PM

Pump Boys & Dinettes

At 89 Riverside Drive, Colton, old fire station; wheelchair accessible accessible. $10 for adults, group rates, free to students. Organized by: Colton Historical Society – SRLP, as part of Pump Boys & Dinettes. For more info: http://www.townofcolton.com

 

Friday, 7/20//2018, at 7:00 PM

Victory Soul Orchestra

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Wanakena Gazebo, Wanakena. Wheelchair accessible, family friendly, public restrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Sunday, 7/22/2018, at 2:00 PM

Pump Boys & Dinettes

At 89 Riverside Drive, Colton, old fire station; Wheelchair accessible accessible. $10 for adults, group rates, children free. Organized by: Colton Historical Society – SRLP, as part of Pump Boys & Dinettes. For more info: http://www.townofcolton.com

 

Monday, 7/23/2018 – Friday, 07/27/18, at 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Clayton Young People’s Theater Week – Children’s Theater Camp

A one-week, children’s theater camp for children ages 5 -18.  Rehearsing in four age-specific groups, children experience the world of theater first-hand, at a real opera house.  Auditions for major roles held on Monday, 07/23/18, 9:00 – 12:00, third floor of Clayton Opera House.  Everyone who registers is guaranteed participation in the program and performance.    

At Clayton Opera House, Clayton; accessible to all. Open to children, ages 5 – 18. $60 per student registration. Organized by: Clayton Young People’s Theater. For more info: Ron Sinclair, ronaldsinclair87@yahoo.com.

 

Monday, 7/23/2018, at 6:30:00 PM

Sing-A-Long with Barb Heller and Don Woodcock

A family event with familiar favorite tunes.

At Pavilion at Morristown Fire Station; wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Morristown Gateway Museum, as part of 2018 Concert Series. For more info: jazzbirks@yahoo.com, http://www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org

 

Wednesday, 7/25/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: French Repousse Metal Working

In this class, kids ages 5-up will travel to the country of France to create their own metal tooling and etching on various colored foil, with Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Thursday, 7/26/2018, at 6:00 PM

Steelin’ Country

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Thursday, 7/26/2018, at 6:30 PM

Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series

Performer: Fred & the Eds

At Chippewa Bay Community Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; Backyard is accessible but no wheelchair accessible bathroom. Rain location: Chippewa Bay Fish & Game Club, Chippewa Bay, NY; wheelchair accessible bathroom. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Chippewa Bay Community Club, as part of Chippewa Bay Community Club Thursday Evening Backyard Concert Series. For more info: 3154864794, chippewacommunityclub@yahoo.com

 

Friday, 07/27/18, at 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM

Clayton Young People’s Theater Week – Shrek, The Musical 

Culminating musical performances by the Clayton Young People’s Theater.  

At Clayton Opera House, Clayton; accessible to all.  6:30 show, ages 5-12; 8:00 show, ages 13 -18.  $3 admission. Organized by: Clayton Young People’s Theater. For more info: Ron Sinclair, ronaldsinclair87@yahoo.com.

 

Sunday, 7/29/2018, at 7:00 PM

Chase Loomer, Organist

Chase Loomer’s prodigious interpretive talent and virtuosic technique on organ and piano have brought him awards and recognition throughout his young life. Chase will be playing on an Opus I organ created by master organ builder Bill Visscher intended for use in intimate settings. Chase Loomer’s program of works by Bach, Brahms, Mendelssohn and other composers will most assuredly take listeners to an exalted realm!

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair accessible gallery/restroom. Suggested donation of $10. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Tuesday, 7/31/2018, at 6:30 PM

The Merry-Go-Round Playhouse Presents “The Brementown Musicians”

At Town of Lewis Town Park, Mud Lake Rd, West Leyden; wheelchair accessible including bathrooms. Rain location: Firehall, Route 26, West Leyden; no wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Lewis Library. For more info: Sue Kornatowski, 315-942-2516

 

Wednesday, 8/1/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: Japanese Suminagashi Marbling Paper

In this class, kids ages 5-up will travel to the country ofJapan, dip their papers in water and create beautiful marbled papers, with Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Wednesday, 8/1/2018, at 6:00 PM

Duo Mary Ann Casale & Kevin Irwin

3rd of 5 performances in series

At Gazebo on Main Street; Accessible with helpers available. Rain location: Colton-Pierrepont Central School; Accessible with helpers available. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Colton, as part of 2018 Colton Riverside Performances. For more info: Ruth McWilliams, 315-262-2450, ruth@catamountlodge.com

 

Thursday, 8/2/2018, at 6:00 PM

Outta the Blue

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Friday, 7/20//2018, at 7:00 PM

The Great Southwoods String Band

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Wanakena Gazebo, Wanakena. Wheelchair accessible, family friendly, public restrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Monday, 8/6/2018, at 6:30 PM

Alex Smith – Adirondack singer and songwriter

Mostly original music about the Adirondacks and the North Country.

At Pavilion at Morristown Fire Station; wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Morristown Gateway Museum, as part of 2018 Concert Series. For more info: jazzbirks@yahoo.com, http://www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org

 

Wednesday, 8/8/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: Italian Mosaic Stepping Stones

In this class, kids ages 5-up will step their way to Italy through the creation of beautiful glass mosaic stepping stones made from concrete, chipped glass and various stones. Participants are encouraged to bring stones, marbles and other items they wish to add to their project. With Artist Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Thursday, 8/9/2018, at 6:00 PM

New Horizons

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Friday, 8/10/2018, at 7:00 PM

Jonathan Foster

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Fine Town Hall, Fine. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Sunday, 8/12/2018, at 3:00 PM

Annie in the Water

World on a String

High-energy, Vermont-based acoustic rock band comes home. At Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site. Rain location: Sackets Harbor United Presbyterian Church. FREE. Organized by: Sackets Harbor Historical Society.

 

Sunday, 8/12/2018, at 7:00 PM

Barb Heller Sing-Along: Songs for Everyone!

A North Country treasure recognized for her afternoon radio show String Fever and loved for the musical concerts and sing-alongs that she has hosted over the years in town halls, local opera houses, old barns and around campfires where people gather together and raise their voices in song, Barb’s performances celebrate the songs of our shared musical heritage and offer it up as a gift to the next generation.

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair accessible gallery/restroom. Suggested donation of $10. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Wednesday, 8/15/2018, at 1:00 PM

Arts Around the World: USA Acrylic-Poured Fire-Torched Canvases

In this class, kids ages 5-up will learn to mix pouring medium and various colored acrylic paint colors and pour them from a cup onto a canvas and an adult will light it on fire. The paint reacts to heat like magic before you eyes! With Artist Kris Rozelle.

At Norwood Public Library, One Morton Street, Norwood; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Norwood Public Library. For more info: call 315-353-6692 or 315-212-0351, email nowlib@ncls.org, or visit https://m.facebook.com/NorwoodPublicLibraryNY/.

 

Wednesday, 8/15/2018, at 6:00 PM

The Great South Woods String Band

4th in series of 5 performances

At Gazebo on Main Street; Accessible with helpers available. Rain location: Colton-Pierrepont Central School; Accessible with helpers ilable. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Colton. For more info: Ruth McWilliams, 315-262-2450, ruth@catamountlodge.com

 

Thursday, 8/16/2018, at 6:00 PM

Six Foot Midget

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Monday, 8/20/2018, at 6:30 PM

Northbound

Eclectic mix of folk, acoustic, and classic rock.

At Pavilion at Morristown Fire Station; wheelchair accessible bathrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Morristown Gateway Museum, as part of 2018 Concert Series. For more info: jazzbirks@yahoo.com, http://www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org

 

Thursday, 8/23/2018, at 6:00 PM

Waydown Wailers

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Saturday, 8/25/2018, at 6:00 PM

Greg Cornell

Ives Park Concert Series. Original, folk music.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Wednesday, 8/29/2018, at 6:00 PM

Potsdam Brass Quintet

5th in series of 5 performances

At Gazebo on Main Street; Accessible with helpers available. Rain location: Colton-Pierrepont Central School; Accessible with helpers available. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Town of Colton, as part of 2018 Colton Riverside Performances. For more info: Ruth McWilliams, 315-262-2450, ruth@catamountlodge.com,

 

Thursday, 8/30/2018, at 6:00 PM

Easy Street

Concerts in the Park 2018

At Massena Springs Park. Rain location: Massena Fire Hall. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce

 

Saturday, 9/1/2018, at 6:00 PM

KTX

Ives Park Concert Series. Alternative rock.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, , maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/1/2018, at 7:00 PM

The Alchemystics

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Wanakena Gazebo, Wanakena. Wheelchair family friendly, public restrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Saturday, 9/8/2018, at 6:00 PM

Fenimore Blues

Ives Park Concert Series. Blues.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/8/2018, at 7:00 PM

The Atkinson Family Band in Concert

There are many reasons why the Atkinson Family Band has so many loyal followers. A genuine musical family born and brought up in the North Country, rooted in country and bluegrass musical traditions, the Atkinsons have increased the repertoire with their original compositions. As the Atkinson Family Band’s music moves the heart, their skill inspires admiration and their banter invites their listeners into their larger musical family.

At The Iva Smith Memorial Gallery of Fine Art, 627 State Highway 37, Hammond, NY 13646; wheelchair access and accessible restroom. Admission: $10. Organized by: The Yellow Barn Concert Series. For more info: Evelyn Saphier, (718) 753-7947, enpsaphier@gmail.com, https://www.ivasmithgallery.com

 

Saturday, 9/15/2018, at 3:00 PM

Miss Angie

Ives Park Concert Series. Children’s.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/16/2018, at 6:00 PM

Angela Marion

Ives Park Concert Series. Original, Americana+.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/22/2018, at 4:00 PM

Spazzare

Ives Park Concert Series. Original, hard rock.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/22/2018, at 6:00 PM

KTX

Ives Park Concert Series. Pop/rock.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Saturday, 9/22/2018, at 7:00 PM

Corn Potato String Band

Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series

At Wanakena Gazebo, Wanakena. Wheelchair accessible, family friendly, public restrooms. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp., as part of the Clifton-Fine Summer Concert Series. For more info: Dave Ziemba, 315-848-3008, cliftonfinearts@gmail.com.

 

Saturday, 9/29/2018, at 6:00 PM

Dylan Perrillo Orchestra

Ives Park Concert Series. Jazz.

At Ives Park, Downtown Potsdam; Wheelchair accessible. Rain location: United Methodist Church; wheelchair accessible. FREE to everyone. Organized by: What a Raquette Music & Dance, Inc., as part of Potsdam Concert Series – Cabin Fever and Ives Park Concert Series. For more info: Maggie McKenna, maggie@whataraquette.org, http://www.whataraquette.org

 

Tuesday, 10/2/2018, at 3:00 PM

Paper Mache

This is a five week paper mache class.

At Alexandria Central School, 44 Bolton Ave. Alexandria Bay NY; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms and public parking. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Hearts for Youth Inc., as part of Hands On Art. For more info: Denise Haddock, 315-783-3250, hfy@alexandriacentral.org

 

Tuesday, 11/6/2018, at 3:00 PM

Basic Jewelry Making

This is a 5 week basic jewelry making class.

At Macsherry Library  112 Walton Street, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607; wheelchair accessible, bathrooms and public parking. FREE to everyone. Organized by: Hearts for Youth Inc., as part of Hands On Art. For more info: Denise Haddock, 315-783-3251, hfy@alexandriacentral.org.