BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE - Join us at the Arts Center on Wednesday Nights in March and April for an evening of interactive video game mayhem. Our main gallery will be transformed into a giant 70 inch video game playing space with all the room to move around.
Games will include Mario Cart, Tennis, Bowling, and Rock Band. Open to all teens and those adults who are still young at heart. Everyone from anywhere is welcome. Concessions will be available. The event will start on March 4 from 6-9 p.m. Admission is $2.
Upstairs in our workshop space The Arts Center will be offering a series of "Try It Once" workshops for adults. The workshops are designed as opportunities to try a new skill or project for the first time.
The first six week session will be a survey of various crafting disciplines taught by instructors from around the region. Classes will include Introduction to Drop Spinning and Crochet Rag Rugs taught by Donna Adams from Long Lake, Fabric Wall Hangings taught by Deborah Evans from Blue Mountain Lake, Glass Painting taught by Jan-Marie Spanard from Newcomb, Basic Weaving taught by Carol Gregson from Olmstedville, and Tile Painting taught by Susan Sessions from Blue Mountain Lake. Coffee and homemade pie will be served.
Drop your kids off downstairs and enjoy a relaxing evening of art and conversation. The workshops will run from 6:30-9 p.m. Admission: $20 / $15 members, plus materials fees.
Children's workshops in our pre-school classroom will also be available for those children too little for the video game scene. Free.
For more information or to register for a class, please call the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts at (518) 352-7715.