Ti Festival Guild to feature Adrenaline Hayride July 27

TICONDEROGA - The Tuesday Concert Series of the Ticonderoga Festival Guild will feature Adrenaline Hayride on July 27 at 8 p.m. These concerts are held at the K. of C. Pavilion behind their building on Montcalm St. Parking spots are available at the Pavilion and can be reached by traveling Carnegie Place and turning right, or Tower Ave. with a left turn at the Elks Club. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

One member of Adrenaline Hayride is Ticonderoga's own David Bevins, once named the U. S. dobro champ. He is joined by Chris Leske, Arlin Greene and Ralph Lane. Their music can be heard on their website, www.adrenalinehayride.com. David Bevins' original number titled "Ticonderoga" can be heard on his portion of the site. Tickets for the concerts are $10 for adults and $5 for students, available at the entrance and at Rathbun Jewelers on Montcalm Street in Ticonderoga.

Refreshments will be sold at the snack bar by members of the Knights of Columbus.

Sponsors for the evening concert are Stan and Cathie Burdick. The Festival Guild is supported by grants from the New York Council on the Arts, by donations from area businesses and by memberships from local residents and visitors. Information is available at 585-7015.

Arts Trek

The Arts Trek program for children on July 27 is "Pecos Bill's Wild West Show" with Richard Stillman.

Stillman's program will include stories and songs of the Wild West and the Oregon Trail, with guitar, banjo and mandolin, cowboy hat tricks, western rope spinning, and country clog dancing. This is his third visit to the Ticonderoga Arts Trek stage.

The sponsors of this Arts Trek are Time Warner Cable and the Adirondack Torch Club.

The Arts Treks are supported by grants from the Southern Lake Champlain Trust, the International Paper Foundation, the Essex County Division of Youth, the Arts Council of the Northern Adirondacks, by a donation from Stewart's Shops, and by individual donors.

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