INDIAN LAKE - On Sunday, July 12, immediately following the Sunday matinee of "UP!" the Indian Lake Theater, Inc., will be celebrating its first birthday as a not-for-profit, community screen and stage.
Beginning at 4 p.m., at the theater, there will be fun, food; live music provided by Don't Quit Your Day Job, and of course, birthday cake.
Looking back on the first year of accomplishments, the Indian Lake Theater has provided first run feature and classic motion pictures, Cabin Fever Players' live performance of "South Pacific," Indian Lake Central School's Musical Heritage Concert and Lake George Opera's presentation of "Three Billy Goats' Gruff," first annual "Adirondack Battle of the Bands" in conjunction with Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, and most recently, in conjunction with North Country Public Radio, Garrison Keillor's new movie "The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes." "None of this could have come to fruition without the community's generosity and support," stated Patricia Connor, director of the theater. Ben Strader, president of the Board of Directors, feels, "It (birthday celebration) is something we can do to give back to the community in thanks."
Indian Lake Theater's 1st Birthday Party will be Sunday, July 12, 4 to 6 p.m., Indian Lake Theater, 13 W. Main Street. This is event is free to the public.
For further information regarding Indian Lake Theater Community Screen and Stage and for upcoming events, go to www.indianlaketheater.org or call 518-648-5950.