THEATER
Saturday, October 15 at 7:30
The Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents
ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
The fall season by Adk Shakes includes this send-up of HAMLET, which the Grange audience loved last year.
     “We're actors, we're the opposite of people!” Don't miss this rare opportunity to see the Prince of Denmark's story turned inside out in Tom Stoppard's darkly comedic, modern take on Hamlet. "Stoppard's play is funny, brilliant, and chilling" (New York Times).  Tickets: $12; $5 students; under 12 free.

Support the Willsboro Drama Club! Dessert sale starting at 7pm before the show. All proceeds go to the theater program at Willsboro Central School.

See all the fall performances on our Music and Theater page

Thursday nights at 6:30, starting September 22
Old-Time and Celtic Music Jam Session
Led by Jeremy Clifford and Kate Ritter. Bring your instruments and voice. All levels welcome. We've got fiddles, guitar, mandolin, bass and more. Come and play or just listen. Donations welcome.

MOVIES
$6 / $3 under 18. Refreshments available.

Saturday, October 8 at 7:30
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Jane Austen's romantic comedy is pure pleasure. When young widow Lady Susan visits her in-laws, she attracts the attention of several men for herself and her daughter.

Saturday, October 22 at 7:30
MUSTANG
This radiant coming-of-age story about five sisters in rural Turkey is a moving portrait of sisterhood and a fight for freedom. 

Full fall schedule is on our Movies page.



LYCEUM
Living on This Land: A Six-Part Series
Tuesdays nights at 7:30
Tuesday, September 27 at 7:30
Growing Up At the Grange: Margaret Gibbs talks to Evelyn Brant, Litha Stafford, and Shirley LaForest
An evening of stories about living in Whallonsburg and past times at the Grange Hall, from the 1940s through the 1980s. Margaret Gibbs, Heritage Program Director at Lakes to Locks Passage, will talk to three local women, who will share their memories.



Tuesday, October 4 at 7:30
Place of Resources, Labor and Refuge: A history of the Iroquoian and Algonquian peoples in the Adirondacks
Presentation by Melissa Otis, Carleton University,
Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Ottawa

Full Fall schedule is on our Lyceum page


Classes taught by chefs and food experts

Thursday, October 13 at 6:00pm
Parent's Night Out: Cooking for Kids, By Kids

Go to our Community Kitchen page for details and registration info.

Disaster Volunteer Training from the Red Cross
October 29, 8am to 4pm
Disaster services overview, shelter fundamentals, food safety training. Free and open to all. More details on our Special Events page.



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See all upcoming EVENTS on our Calendar page.