Bolton after-school program planned
The Bolton After School Program is open to all local students in grades 1 through 5. The children will be dropped after school at the St. Sacrament Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall by bus and the schedule includes homework time, playtime, and project time.
The hours of operation are 3 p.m. to six p.m. on school days, and the cost is $4 per hour for this program, licensed by New York State.
The students take trips to the local library once a week and snacks are offered. The children will be supervised by local resident Bambi Monroe.
Although it is held with the sponsorship of the church, no religion is taught in the sessions. Feel free to contact Monroe at 644-9869 or at the school program when it is in session at 409-2720. Lenore Simpson is the program director.
Opera Museum slates concert
An evening devoted to Samuel Barber's famous masterpiece, "Adagio For Strings," will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15 at The Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. The composition is best known as the centerpiece of the "Platoon" soundtrack. "Adagio" will be performed by the Hyperion Quartet. Following is a lecture and book signing by Tom Larson, author of "The Saddest Music Ever Written: The Story of Samuel Barber's 'Adagio For Strings.'" Admission to the concert and lecture is $10.
Dedication of Bolton town pier
After five years, Bolton Landing got its pier back in Rogers Park. On Aug. 29, more than 200 people gathered at the new pier for a re-dedication of the structure in the honor of Frank Leonbruno, who served the community on many levels and was a supervisor for the state Department of Environmental Conservation for decades. After several speeches and heartfelt stories from officials and friends of Leonbruno, about 200 attendees boarded the Lake George Steamboat's craft Mohican for a free ride on the first launching from the new pier.