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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Arts on the Lake News Archive

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Jim Dale Carries On

Our neighbor and supporter Jim Dale joins Rosemary Harris and Carla Gugino in the Roundabout Theatre's revival of Athol Fugard’s The Road to Mecca. The play is in previews at the American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street in preparation for a January 17 opening.

Thanksgiving Baskets

Board Member Marty Collins reminds us that currently the baskets the Putnam Community Action Program will be distributing next week have a shortage of pies (boxed, fresh or frozen) and breakfast cereal or other breakfast item (e. g. pancake mix).  Donations may be brought to the CAP Office, 121 Main St., Brewster, until 6:30 on Wednesday, 8:30-4:30 on Thursday and Friday, and 11-6:30 on Saturday and Sunday this week only.

Food and music to save the Tompkins Corners Church in Putnam Valley

Members Kate and Jan Hoekstra, Lisa and Tim Pitt and others are organizing a Fall Festival at Niese's Maple Sugar Farm, 136 Wiccoppee Road, Putnam Valley, on Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9, to help save the Tompkins Corners Church as a center for the community. Food will be served from 9 am on. Music by many of the performers you love – jazz, country, folk, Irish, old time – begins at 11. Hayrides too.

New Grimm Play

Members Judy Allen, Chris Blossy and Jeff Green along with Elizabeth Breslin, Joe Niola, Simon Skolnik and Lew Zwick are the cast of Things Are Looking Grimm, a hydro-fractured fairy tale that is part of the Collaborative Concepts installation at the Saunders Farm, 853 Old Albany Post Road, Garrison, NY.  This Apple Tree Production - remember Cinderella, the green musical at AotL in May 2009? - will be performed this Saturday, Sept 17, at 3 pm (rain date: Sept 18).  Arrive early - the stage is at the top of a wonderful hill.

Maria Calegari to be honored

Maria Calegari ballet dancer

It has been announced that AotL Advisory Board Member Maria Calegari will be one of twenty-six  former and current performers with the New York City Ballet who worked with the choreographer Jerome Robbins to share this year’s award for excellence in dance from his foundation. The Robbins Awards will be presented by Chita Rivera, who collaborated with Robbins on the original production of “West Side Story,” at a performance of the NYC Ballet on September 30 at Lincoln Center.

Poet Laureate from Detroit

Arts on the Lake would like to congratulate our new poet laureate, Philip Levine.

Construction Note

AotL has a temporary office in the Kent Recreation Department, 770 Route 52, phone (845) 231-1084.  We expect to return to the Center as activities resume during January and early February.

A New Look for Arts on the Lake

This summer, with the help of our supporters, we are hoping to make interior improvements to the rooms we use while the exterior renovation is in progress. Read more

Mail-in response card

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Letters in the News discuss Arts on the Lake

A letter by Dr. Kathleen O'C. Hoekstra discussing our renovation project appeared in the News and Recorder on June 1, 2011 and in the Putnam Courier on June 2, 2011. Read letter here

Fund Raising Letter

If you have a dollar (and a big dream), please read our letter requesting funds and respond as you are able.