Bringing you the music and performance news from around the North Country.
Emily Estes was challenged by her mother to change the world, even if it’s for just one person. Now she has the U.S. Marine Corps and North Country Honor Flight helping her do it.
The award-winning Gibson Brothers will return to their alma mater, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 16.
A Russian Duo will perform quintessential Russian folk music and more in a concert Saturday evening, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. at the historic Methodist Church on Route 3 in Saranac.
Guests are invited to a two-night viewing of the grand Egyptian Asp, the dinner will be hosted for its extravagance and mystery and possibly a murder. The Curse of the Golden Asp Mystery Dinner Theater, hosted by the Woodman of the World chapters 462 and 1016, is a fundraiser for the Plattsburgh Relay for Life Survivor Committee. The event will take place at the Plattsburgh Elks Club, 56 Cumberland Ave. The two night performance will be held Nov. 8 and Nov. 9. Doors Open at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. This will be the third year WOW will host the theater group for their annual fundraiser and the second year they do it to raise money for the Relay for Life.
Carol (Sears) Hoenig carried a story with her for more than 20 years before finally sitting down to write “Of Little Faith,” which will be launched in Plattsburgh Nov. 7.
Lawrence P. Gooley, Adirondack historian and true-crime author from the Plattsburgh area, will appear on the Investigation Discovery channel at midnight Halloween in a special titled “Bloody Marys.”
On Saturday, Oct. 26, the Champlain Valley Film Society will present Charlie Chaplin’s classic comedy, “The Kid,” brought to life by Ben Model’s lively piano accompaniment.
The Champlain Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines will commemorate 45 years of harmony at a show entitled, “Celebrate,” at the newly-renovated Strand Theater in Plattsburgh on Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Building on the growing success of their inaugural summer of “First Weekends,” the First Weekends board met this week to plan their upcoming Nov. 1 - 2 events.
The Harlem Wizards are coming to town, and Hulbert’s Heros have a thing to say about thes decades long winning streak they’re on.
Doing anything over 50 years is a long time.
The Strand Theater will bring a plethora of amazing acts to their three day fundraiser, the Monopole will light up with jazzy-funk trio Groovestick, Mister F will make the rounds hitting up Lake Placid and Plattsburgh, the Palmer Street Cafe reopens for it's new season with Blue Grass concert, International Guitar duo Loren and Mark will take the stage at Pendragon and ROTA will invite community artists to hear readings from their featured poet and also to read their own collections.
The mysterious, jaw dropping infection started spreading four years ago with unaware members of the community being caught up in the frenzy. Zombies continue to walk among us and will be bringing some friends as well during the fourth annual Zombie Walk Oct. 19.
Girl’s Night Out, the Foundation of CVPH’s annual event in recognition of breast cancer awareness month, will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Strand Theater in downtown Plattsburgh. Shows will be held at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., and will feature comedian and entertainer Debi Guttierez.