ARTS ON THE LAKE
Lake Carmel Arts Center
640 Route 52
Kent Lakes, NY 10512

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Office hours:
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mon., Wed. & Fri.; other times by appointment.

845 228-AOTL (2685)

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Photo Group

All photographers are welcome

Tuesday, Oct 16

The group meets monthly to discuss photography, to swap tips & techniques, and to share images and stories in both traditional and digital media.

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The Pendulum

A Granddaughter's search for her family's forbidden Nazi past.

Tuesday, Oct 16

Fulbright Scholar and National Public Radio contributor, Julie Lindahl will be presenting her riveting story, told in her new book, The Pendulum, about her exploration of her family's hidden past.

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More Tales From the Lake

The latest works from the Arts on the Lake Writers Group

Sunday, Oct 21

Hearing these writers read their work that they have been refining over months is a great privilege. It is well worth coming over the hear these wonderful tales.

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Arts on the Lake News

ELVIS MOVES ON

Screenwriter/Playwright Ron Hutchinson reports that AotL-developed Clinging to the Iceberg will be at the Tyneside Festival in Newcastle upon Tyne in England this October. And, as might be expected, there is serious in Jos Vantyler for Lookin’ for Trouble in London. Jos, while waiting to realize Elvis again, has been well-received in Two Noble Kinsmen and Love’s Labor’s Lost. This spring we expect that AotL will again be the site of a new Hutchinson work. He’s been developing a story on how forcibly-imported sparrows have flourished in the New World. Yes!


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