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Chambers to offer presentation

Warrensburgh Historical Society member Delbert Chambers of Thurman, who created the architecture exhibit at the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, will be giving a lecture soon in Lake Luzerne.

Chambers will be presenting an illustrated talk entitled “The Evolution of Architectural Style in the Adirondack Region" at 7 p.m. Thursday March 21 at the Kinnear Museum, 52 Main St., Lake Luzerne. We hear it’s bound to be an interesting and very informative talk.

Welcome back, Bear Cupboard

We welcome the Bear Cupboard back to Warrensburg where it was launched years ago.

Until 2011, the Bear Cupboard was on Lower Main St., but the enterprise, owned and operated by Kelly Irish, moved out after the building was sold.

Irish moved the Bear Cupboard to Queensbury in April 2012 to introduce her home furnishings to a wider audience. But several weeks ago, she brought her store back home to Warrensburg, where it is now welcoming customers at 3734 Main St.

The Bear Cupboard features many unique items from jewelry to bed frames. Its merchandise is fun, fashionable, and unique.

Much of the merchandise Irish carries is created by local artisans. For details, call her at 504-8017 or find her on Facebook or at: thebearcupboard.com.

Acting classes offered

The National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs will soon be offering acting classes for teenagers.

A four-week course "Acting for Life" will be taught by actress Amy Rosen, a graduate of the High School of Performing Arts in New York City and NYU's graduate drama program.

Classes begin Wednesday April 10 and continue through May 1, and they are open to teens ages 13 through 18. The sessions are to be held from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. The fee for the course is $50. For information or to sign up, contact Paul Martinez at 584-2225 ext. 3008 or via email at: school@dancemuseum.org. Information is also displayed on the museum’s website at: www.dancemuseum.org/school.

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