BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE - The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will host their much-anticipated "Winter Benefit for the Arts Center" on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 6 -10 p.m., at Minnowbrook Conference Center on beautiful Blue Mountain Lake.
Celebrate winter in the idyllic rustic setting at Minnowbrook Lodge while enjoying an unforgettable evening of heartfelt camaraderie, fabulous food, and the unique treasures of the Arts Center's silent auction. The evening will be wonderfully enhanced by the flawless piano mastery of Mary Leach, and punctuated with a few other surprises as well. For those seeking a weekend getaway, overnight accommodations are available at the lodge both Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27 and 28.
The winter fundraiser's Silent Auction is renowned for the treasure trove of distinctive offerings including Adirondack art, crafts, supplies and services. This year's guests will have the unique opportunity to preview and bid on a limited number of items online at the Arts Center's website two weeks prior to the event.
The Minnowbrook Conference Center is a 28-acre retreat in a magical location on the edge of picturesque Blue Mountain Lake. Designed in the Adirondack "Great Camp" tradition, the lodge is representative of some of the finest craftsmanship in the area.
The "Winter Benefit for the Arts" fundraiser will support the many programs offered throughout the year. Celebrating its 42nd year, the Arts Center is truly a cultural jewel in the wilderness providing a window on the world of the arts to our Adirondack communities. Visual arts in three galleries, outstanding concerts, a variety of performances including theatrical productions, events, festivities, and an innovative preschool serving 3 -5 year olds are just a sampling of all the Arts Center has to offer.
Join the Arts Center for a spectacular evening of fun and friendship while helping to continue bringing quality visual and performing arts to the Adirondacks, and educational opportunities for all ages. Childcare will also be available.
Space is limited, so contact the Arts Center for reservations today. For more information and all reservations, contact the Arts Center at (518) 352-7715 or online at www.adk-arts.org.