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Entertainment at the Hope Pavilion Program Concert time: 6-8pm

July 9th Concert at the Hope Pavilion 6-8pm
Woods Tea Company traditional and folk-T

Woods Tea Co., comprised of Howard Wooden on Bass and Guitar, Tom MacKenzie on Hammered Dulcimer, Banjo, Ukulele and Piano, and Patti Casey on Guitar and Flute features a unique style of audience rapport and music with rich vocal harmonies. They offer a diverse show of traditional and original music that includes Celtic, sea shanties, French Canadian and Appalachian.

July 23rd Concert at the Hope Pavilion 6-8pm
Chris Shaw – Storyteller folk musician Description

Chris Shaw is a well known Adirondack storyteller and folk musician. He is native to the Adirondack Lake George region. He grew up listening to songs and stories created from its rich local history. He now brings these same mountain songs and stories to audiences all over the world. He is an accomplished song writer and an engaging performer. Come hear him weave his music and storytelling in an evening that will captivate and entertain.

Aug, 13th Concert at the Town of Hope Pavilion 6-8pm
The Rustic Riders – traditional FolK music

The Rustic Riders are an acoustic Saranac Lake based group playing original music with traditional roots. Featuring singer-songwriter Lisa Meissner on vocals and guitar and Klaus Meissner on percussion, Lisa’s songs sometimes invite you to sing along and other times invite you to pause, reflect and renew. www.rusticriders.net

August 27th Hope Pavilion 6-8pm
Frank Jaklitch and Friends – acoustic original and contemporary folk Description

Folk/Celtic artist Frank Jaklitsch always turns his concerts into something more than entertainment. Audiences leave buoyed by the radiant joy Frank brings to his performances. The sound is full, the sing-alongs are plentiful, the laughter fills the room, and a few of Frank's favorite causes receive the evening's proceeds. Come enjoy the best of traditional and contemporary folk, and a smattering of Celtic favorites performed by Frank on guitar, Mark Frederick from the Fighting 86's on cello and fiddle, Bobby Long on guitar, and Michael Eck on mandolin.

 

These events are made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization regrant Program. In Hamilton County, these funds are administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Located in Blue Mountain Lake.

 

 

 

Woods Tea Company
Woods Tea Co.

Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw

Rustic Riders
Rustic Riders

Frank J
Frank Jaklitch

 

 
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