- Lake Placid Film Forum in Lake Placid June 13-16, in Lake Placid. This annual film festival showcases a series of films and screenings, from award-winning to amateur. Experience an array of films and documentaries in the historic Palace Theatre on Main Street, and additional locations throughout Lake Placid. This year, actor Michael Gaston will present his documentary "Tending Fires." Gaston can be seen in the television series, The Sopranos, as well as the blockbuster film Inception.
- Lowville Village Band Concert Series June 17- August 10 throughout the Adirondacks-Tug Hill Region. The Lowville Village Band opens their summer concert series June 17 at the Constable Hall. Enjoy an entire summer of music and don't miss a performance by this talented group of 50 musicians.
- The 2nd Annual Adirondack Arts Heritage Festival June 26-July 8 in Saranac Lake. This festival showcases a variety of heritage crafts and multi-disciplinary arts, from culinary traditions, to guideboat and canoe craftsmanship. Discover the rich variety of the Adirondack artisan heritage with more than 50 Adirondack events and celebrate the 4th of July with a special parade, concert and fireworks display.
- 41st Annual LARAC June Arts Festival June 16-17 at the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council in Glens Falls. Peruse more than 200 outdoor arts and crafts vendors during this annual festival featuring live music, food and family-friendly activities.
- Woodworking and Museum Weekend June 30-July 1 at Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum in Peru. Enjoy a truly unique Adirondack arts weekend with woodworking demonstrations, music of the 50s and live entertainment.
- Potsdam Summer Festival July 13-15 in Potsdam. Enjoy three days of summer sidewalk sales, street entertainment, craft and antique shows, a parade and more.
- "Into the Woods" Adirondack Lakes Summer Theatre Festival July 19-26 at locations throughout the Adirondack Park. Stephen Sondheim has re-imagined timeless fairytale characters in this witty and fantastical musical production. In these woods, Little Red Riding Hood is bloodthirsty and Prince Charming less than true. Sponsored by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake, the production features professional performers and community actors. Don't miss the Festival's five additional productions with performances throughout the Adirondacks.
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