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It's Lawn Concert Time Again!

Evenings begin with a 6pm youth-oriented show followed by a 7pm all ages musical performance
ALL SHOWS FREE!  BYO lawn chair or blanket.  Order a picnic dinner below.

Pre-order a PICNIC DINNER from River and Rails!  $12
(place order by the day before)​

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6pm - Circus with Sammy

Sammy blends teaching and performance into a magical and fun hour.  This is an interactive event targeting 3-8 year olds, but is fun for all ages.

“I like to think of myself more as a visual storyteller than a dancer. To me circus is more than an art, It's a way of life. I look forward to continuing to make life fun, one event at a time.” - Sammy

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7pm - Austin & the In-Laws

 “The North Country’s Premiere Post-Outlaw Country Band”  Laid-back, fun country music out of Saranac Lake. Originals and covers.  Irresistible… come see ‘em now for free before they hit the big time.


Click to hear Austin & the In-Laws Live 


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6pm - Seagle Children's Opera

Seagle is a touring children’s opera and a popular favorite whenever we can book them!


They will perform their new show DRAGON'S BREATH, a charming children’s opera by Adirondack resident composer Evan Mack and librettist Joshua McGuire.


The production is 35 minutes long followed by a Q&A with the performers. Appropriate for children pre-K to 6th grade.

Seagle Festival is the premier opera and musical theater producing organization in the Adirondacks, as well as the oldest summer vocal training program in the United States.

Review of Dragon's Breath


7pm - Marjorie Kelting

Marjorie Kelting, a Singer/Songwriter from Malone, plays original bluegrass and contemporary folk/Americana music.   She is launching a solo career after years of playing with Miller’s Crossing, a bluegrass band she co-founded in 2004.   Her rich and versatile voice is a beautiful finale to our Lawn Concerts this year.


Marjorie Kelting on Spotify

Marjorie Kelting's website

This year’s Lawn Concert series is dedicated
to Hannelore Kissam.


Hanna served the Elizabethtown Social Center for decades, first as the financial secretary to the board of trustees, then as a trustee herself. Her fiscal management of the organization was impeccable, her care and concern for its mission was unparalleled, and she was a lovely human. She was a joy to work with and is dearly missed.

Lawn concert donations will be used to create Hanna's Garden in the northwest corner of the lawn. We hope to add benches and flowers near the beautiful blue spruce that Hanna helped plant in memory of the Lawrence family. We know it would make her happy for all of these things to join together in a garden.

Donate to Create Hanna's Garden
Leave a one-time donation

Thank you for helping us create a loving memorial.

Past Shows


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6pm - Drum workshop & performance with Dian Oury Bah

Dian Oury Bah is a master drummer from Guinea, Africa, who heads up the musical group Badenyah Drum & Dance in Saranac Lake. He leads workshops in schools throughout North Country, where he helps students focus on learning by listening.

ALL AGES are welcome at this combination workshop & performance!  Drums provided.

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7pm - Flame the Band

Flame is a high-energy 9-person band that plays classic American covers and originals. 


Flame consists of talented members who happen to have disabilities.  Formed in 2003, they gained popularity from their appearances on Good Morning America and in People Magazine. They perform over 70 concerts per year.


Flame’s mission is to change the world through music. They inspire people with disabilities and give hope to them and their families – hope that they can do great things and live a fun and fulfilling life. 


Click to hear a live performance by Flame 

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