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Adirondack Musicians Perform Concert for Great Camp Sagamore at Proctor's Theater

A night of folk music and dance to help preserve folk music traditions in the Adirondacks this April 15th..


Last updated 3/12/2017 at 7:20am

Trish & John

A night of folk music and dance to help preserve folk music traditions in the Adirondacks this April 15th..

"There are times when, as artists, we feel as though we are exactly where we are meant to be. So many times that has been the case at Sagamore. For me, whether working with children and grandparents, women with cancer and chronic illness, or fellow musicians, I have felt that sacred connection. Sagamore is where my soul feels very much at home."

-Peggy Lynn

Great Camp Sagamore presents: Adirondack Folk Night: A Concert to Support Great Camp Sagamore on April 15th 2017 at 7pm at Proctor's Theater in Schenectady. This concert is a gathering of some of the most accomplished traditional musicians of the Adirondack region. Appearing will be Dan Berggren, Ed Lowman, Peggy Lynn, Dan Duggan, Trish Miller, Sara Milonovich, John Kirk and Alex Smith. The concert celebrates over forty years of musical programming at Sagamore and all proceeds go to promote the future of Adirondack folk music at Sagamore.

A special feature of the concert will be a showcase of Adirondack organizations from The Wild Center, the Adirondack Museum and many others. Learn about what great programs and activities will be happening this summer in the park!

Tickets are $25 in advance via or $30 at the door. The doors open at 6pm to meet the musicians and to visit with the Adirondack attractions. Join us for an evening of Adirondack history, culture and nature in Schenectady!

About Great Camp Sagamore:

Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks, the non-profit steward of Great Camp Sagamore, a National Historic Landmark located in the Central Adirondack community of Raquette Lake, NY, is recruiting for paid seasonal internships for the 2017 season. Sagamore is a 27-building complex built by William West Durant from 1895-97. The camp is located on an otherwise undeveloped lake in the Blue Ridge Wilderness, a 40,000 area section of the Adirondack Forest Preserve, and was once the private estate of the Alfred Vanderbilt family. From 1900 through the 1940s, Sagamore was visited by the leading writers, artists, businessmen and political figures of the early 20th century. Durant's complex is considered one of the finest of the Adirondack "Great Camps" and is an architectural model of National Park Service rustic building design.

About the Artists:

To learn more about the artists check out their websites:

Dan Berggren -

Peggy Lynn -

Dan Duggan -

John Kirk and Trish Miller -

Sara Milonovich -

Alex Smith -

Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks

Garet D. Livermore

Executive Director

Sagamore Institute of the Adirondacks

PO Box 40

Raquette Lake, NY 13436

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