Ticonderoga Arts Trek 2018
Free Programs for Children
10:15 AM every Wednesday
Knights of Columbus Pavilion (Behind the K of C Hall on Montcalm St.)
From Sea to Shining Sea
July 11, 2018
Through music and storytelling, Tom Callanin will provide a look at the restless American spirit with singable, thought-provoking songs, stories, and activities about emigration (from a variety of countries), immigration to the United States, and migration, once here – throughout history.
Seagle Music Colony
Billy Goat Gruff
July 18, 2018
An operatic version of the story of The Billy Goats Gruff based on scenes from operas by W. A. Mozart, G. Donizetti and G. Rossini.
An after school game of hide and seek is ruined for three billy goat friends when a big bully blocks a bridge, preventing them from being able to go home. Two boy billy goats resolve to go home a different, longer way and share their difficulties with grownups. The littlest girl goat, however, will not abandon her favorite doll. Come see how the situation is resolved!
Fit as a Fiddle
July 25, 2018
Professor Paddy-Whack shares his personal fun tips to fitness, in this exciting and imaginative new program. Children actively participate, learning fun ways to create health and fitness by becoming arts athletes. Together, they explore non-competitive paths through the creative expressive use of mime, movement, and music..
Stay tuned. . . .
To Be Announced. . .
August 1, 2018
Tales of Tails and Scales
August 8, 2018
This participatory performance shares animal myths and legends from Africa, South America, Europe and North America (an Abenaki tale). It immerses the audience in the fantastic world of animals through songs, chants, guitar, native instruments and a dance. Bring your singing voices and your dancing feet! Come join these tales that are sometimes funny, always moving and often end with an unexpected twist of wisdom.
August 15, 2018
The songs in the show celebrate the diversity of life on Earth from whales to wolves, from magpies to macaws, from the teeming oceans to the frozen tundra, from rugged coastlines to the misty rain-forests and tell the sad stories of environmental disasters. But all are sung with the note of hope that with renewed effort and dedication and a renewed honoring of the Earth, we can reverse the negative course we’ve set in the past and move into the next century as guardians of the Earth’s diversity, as advocates of conservation and preservation, and as custodians of a Living Planet.
Arts Trek Programs are made possible, in part, with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the NY State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature, and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.