As for the Marlatts, their problems are hardly over - they had to have a steel beam installed under the house and now they have to move their home 1,500 feet from where it slid. The cost is estimated at $150,000 - not covered by insurance.
Sembrich summer film series
The Sembrich Museum begins its annual summer film series with "Everyone Says I Love You." This screening is free and takes place at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 27 at at the Bolton Free Library.
Richard Wargo, the museum's artistic director and composer-in-residence said this week that for the season-long film series, the Sembrich staff seeks to select movies shown in area malls and cineplexes.
"We offer something of an art-house series for Bolton," Wargo said.
He added that the staff is pleased that their series includes the first North Country screening of Bruce Bereford's inspirational "Mao's Last Dancer" and the documentary "The Man Who Wouldn't Be Polka King" with filmmaker John Mikulak on hand to discuss his work.
Don't forget the Lake George Land Conservancy's dedication Friday, June 24 of a peninsula in Lake George, just north of the Hague Town Beach off Rte. 9N. It is to be named Peggy's Point in honor of Margaret Darrin, who donated the land to the Conservancy in 2005.
Also, the free summer concerts on Tuesdays in Rogers Park begin July 5 with the ever-popular Stony Creek Band performing from 7:15 to 9 p.m.
For those looking for some physical challenge, the town recreation department's excursion July 6 to Adirondack Extreme adventure course is sure to meet expectations. Youth and adults are invited to test their limits for up to four hours in treetop courses with physical challenges that include zip-lines, net climbing and many other activities. Meet at Veteran's Park recreation office at 8 a.m. Reservations are required, there's a fee and some restrictions, so contact Michelle Cushing at 928-3176 or: firstname.lastname@example.org for details.