Week of 4/16 through 4/22 Events & Activities Bulletin
Keeping business owners, employees and community members up to date.

MONDAY 4/16/18
Paul Smith's College presents Take Back the Night from 7 to 9pm in The Adirondack Room (upstairs in the library). Come out for a night of empowerment to shatter the silence and stop the violence. All are welcome to listen or share your story of sexual violence survival in a safe, supportive environment. The night includes a keynote speaker, survivor speak out, and candlelight march. You can submit your story to be shared anonymously to northcountryprevention@gmail.com.
Movie Mondays will continue at Historic Saranac Lake starting at 7pm. Come out to enjoy "City Lights ," the final installment in Historic Saranac Lake's series. This film, a Charlie Chaplin romantic comedy, was released at the tail end of the silent film era and is #11 on the American Film Institute's list of the best American films ever made. This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served. The movie will be shown in the John Black Room of the Saranac Laboratory Museum. 
TUESDAY 4/17/18
The Young Women's Leadership Initiative presents Financially Fierce at the Saranac Lake High School from 6:30 to 8pm. Want to become Financially Fierce? Learn from an expert who runs a local "Shark Tank" investor group how to begin your financial fitness plan and what it takes to become an entrepreneur. The event includes introductory, hands on activities. Presenter Melinda Little coordinates the Adirondack angel investor group Point Positive. She founded Independent Means (the leading provider of family-centered financial education programs in the US) and Camp $tart for the young entrepreneur. This event is free, please RVSP to susanawaters@gmail.com. Enter the school through door 13 off the upper parking lot and proceed to room 403.
WEDNESDAY 4/18/18
Please join Taylor Rental and Party Plus of Saranac Lake as we host April's 5:01 Connect Business After Hours Networking Event. This event will take place at Taylor Rental of Saranac Lake from 5:01-7pm. Bring your business cards to share and to be entered for a prize drawing! RSVP to the Chamber today!
Saranac Lake High School will host a Senior Citizen Technology Assistance. From 3 to 5pm bring your devices and questions to the Saranac Lake High School Library Media Center, and we'll try to help. We can teach you how to get email on a new device, use new apps, connect with friends and family online, and more! Contact us with questions at: teachoutreach@slcs.org or 518-897-1466. Please enter the SLHS using door #13.
THURSDAY 4/19/18
Dewey Mountain and the Adirondack Center for Writing will host Mountain Open Mic Night from 7 to 8:30pm in the Dewey Mountain Lodge. Open Mic Night at the Mountain invites anyone with writing to share. Students and young adults are all welcome. The event will be free and hosted by Baylee Annis. There is a $5 suggested donation. To sign up, email info@adirondackcenterforwriting.org with the subject "Mountain Open Mic".
The Saranac Lake Free Library will host a movie night in the Cantwell Room starting at 6:30pm. They Couldn't Kill the Dream will be an evening in celebration of the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. featuring the award-winning film "Selma." This event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Dreamers of the Dream, Saranac Lake Ecumenical Council. For more information contact Rev. Joann White at 518-891-3401.
Hotel Saranac's Great Hall Bar will be serving up tastings from 4:30 to 7:30pm. Local brewers from Paradox Brewery will be on hand for the tasting. Chef David from Campfire Adirondack Grill + Bar will be crafting special bites to pair with the featured brew, which is Beaver Bite IPA. There is no cover and no charge for tastings. We hope to see you there!
FRIDAY 4/20/18
Trivia Night to support the Harrietstown Democratic Committee will take place at the First United Methodist Church of Saranac Lake from 7 to 9pm. How much do you know about current events? The '90s? Great women? Our nation's borders? Get a team of six or less people and test your skills against the queries of master trivia MC Jess Collier. This event is a fundraiser and all are welcome. Entry will be $20 per person.
SATURDAY 4/21/18
Live music at Saranac Village at Will Rogers starting at 7:30pm. Come out to listen to Klaus and Lisa Meissner of The Rustic Riders, a traditional folk group. Will Rogers invites you to enjoy the music and to celebrate Earth Day and spring renewal.
SUNDAY 4/22/18
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From 12:30 to 4:30pm come to the Harrietstown Town Hall to Celebrate Earth Day! This event includes presentations, exhibits, music, an art show, and kid-friendly activities. Speakers will include: Curt Stager, Lance Clark, Richard Brandt, Dave Gibson, and students from the Youth Climate Summit. More than 20 local environmental groups will be on hand to discuss their work on behalf of the Adirondacks, our country, and our world. This celebration is free and is open to the public.
ALL WEEK & ONGOING
Early Risers Basketball will be hosted at the Saranac Lake Baptist Church starting at 6:30am every Thursday throughout the month of April. No talent necessary to come out and play. Wear appropriate apparel and come ready to play.
Party on the Patio Kick Off will take place this Thursday from 6 to 10pm. Formula 5 returns to the Waterhole for a free show kicking off at 7pm. Formula 5 is your source for unique jams, infectious energy, and impressive musical prowess.

Saturday night make your way to the Waterhole for Sophistafunk with special guest The Melting Nomads. Doors open at 8pm for a 9pm show. This is a 21+ show. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Sophistafunk is a multi-genre tour de force, jam packed with vintage tones and live instruments out of Syracuse.
April 16th, from 5:30 to 7:30pm Evening Pottery Class. Every Monday through May 28th. Advanced Beginner Class: Mondays with Carol Marie Vossler, this class is designed for those who have some knowledge of the clay/pottery process as well as the glazing and firing fundamental. $280 fee which includes 25lbs. of clay and firings/glaze.

April 17th, from 5:30 to 7:30pm Evening Pottery Class. Every Tuesday through May 29th. Tuesday: Advance Class with Peter Shrope, this class will view demonstrations of more advanced techniques, and give weekly projects to develop intermediate skills, focusing on design and function of a well-made pot. $280 fee which includes 25lbs. of clay and firings/glaze.

April 17th, from 12:30 to 2:30pm Oil Painting Class will take place. Class runs now through May 15th on Tuesdays. Geared toward beginners, yet capable of adapting the content to intermediate and advanced practitioners. Material fee includes water-based oil paints, brushes, and 2 canvas, but participants are free to bring their own “water-based” mediums and materials in lieu of the fee. $150 fee or $45 per class drop in. Material fee is $75 for new students, $50 for returning.

April 18th, from 12:30 to 2:30pm Printmaking: Using Viscosity in Monotypes Class. Class runs Wednesdays through May 16th. We will use viscosity techniques, a process that allows you to add layers of interest and intrigue to your print. $150 fee, or $45 per class drop in. Material fee is $50.

April 18th, from 5:30 to 7:30pm Evening Pottery Class. Every Wednesday through May 30th. Wednesday: Beginner Class with Kerri Zeimann, this class is for those with very little or no experience on the pottery wheel. $280 fee which includes 25lbs. of clay and firings/glaze.

April 19th, from 12:30 to 2:30pm Pottery Class. Every Thursday through May 17th. Open to all levels, with instructor Carol Marie Vossler. $200 fee, or $45 per class drop in. Includes 25lbs. of clay, firing, and open studio time during the session.

April 19th, from 12:30 to 2:30pm Oil Painting Class will take place. Class runs now through May 17th on Thursdays. Geared toward beginners, yet capable of adapting the content to intermediate and advanced practitioners. Material fee includes water-based oil paints, brushes, and 2 canvas, but participants are free to bring their own “water-based” mediums and materials in lieu of the fee. $150 fee or $45 per class drop in. Material fee is $75 for new students, $50 for returning.

Call (518)891-3799 or email  admin@bluseedstudios.org  to register.
The dining hall closed early? Bored of campus life? Need to buy some groceries? All aboard the Smitty Shuttle! On Friday and Saturday from 3pm to midnight, and Sunday from noon to 5:30pm, you can find convenient transportation to and from Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, in front of the Student Center. What’s the catch? It’s free! No more giving gas money to your friends or buying a ticket for the bus. Just bring your student I.D. card to the green van marked “Smitty Shuttle,” tell Peter where you’re heading, and get ready to have a good time in town. If you’re unsure of your destination or you can’t make it to the designated drop off areas, talk to Peter on your ride in and make a special arrangement. Just don’t be late! 
RESTAURANT/DINING SPECIALS
Thursday Nights
$20 Three Course Supper at the Left Bank Cafe
Guitar tunes by Steven Lester every Saturday
Sunday a la carte Brunch
Every Wednesday is Ladies's Night at Casa Del Sol from 4:30 until 9pm. There are plenty of margarita and entree specials. Lady's chimichanga only $9, portobello mushroom and spinach quesadilla $9.50, and two fish tacos with a salad only $7.50.

Tacos, Tunes, and Trivia will take place every Thursday night at Casa Del Sol. Starting at 7pm, there will be plenty of great food, drinks, and tunes all orchestrated by everyone's favorite host Gary Peacock, not to mention a $100 Gift Card for winning. See you there.
Bitters & Bones 2018 Trivia Season is underway. Every Tuesday will be Trivia night for your team's chance to compete for a grand prize. Teams will be expected to: have elected their 6 core members and 3 alternate members, have a hilarious and/or creative team name (which they will keep for the entire season). The kitchen will be offering up some sharable specials, to keep teams fed and fit for competition.
BAR SPECIALS
Micro Monday- Mini-Pitcher Specials all day long on the best craft beer selection in Saranac Lake $6 and up

2 For 1 Tuesday-After 9pm come join us for 2 for 1 draft, bottle, and canned beer as well as liquor, wine, and champagne.

Whisky Wednesday- $1 off all whisky and $3.50 Narragansett

Thirsty Thursday- 2 For 1 Anchorsteam, Switchback, Torpedo IPA, Downeast Cider, and Yonker’s Squeaky Clean Pale Ale Draught until 9pm

Self-Serve Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar- Every Sunday Grizle T’s opens at noon to offer our self-serve Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar featuring fresh fruit, purées, juices, Bloody Mary mixes, lots of pickled offerings, and as much a hot sauce as you can imagine 
Sunday-Funday BOGO mimosas from Noon to 7pm, and well bloody mary's & white Russians

Case of the Monday's Happy Hour all day

Tuesday Pool and Craft- free pool and $1 off all craft beers from 5pm to 1am

Well Wednesday- $3/$5 well drinks, $2 on select can beers from 4pm to 11pm

Thursday Pop Happy Hour- $2 Domestics, $1 off craft beers, $3/$5 well drinks from 4pm to 7pm

Four Dollar Friday- $4 shots from 8pm to 11pm

Saturday Afternoon Delight- $1 off everything from Noon to 2pm, $0.50 off everything from 2pm to 4pm
***Please contact the event hosts, for more up to date information. Also be aware that cancellations and postponements do occur. The Chamber does not take responsibility for notifying you if another organization's event is postponed or canceled. 

If you would like your event/activity posted please email us at welcome@slareachamber.org
518.891.1990  welcome@slareachamber.org