Contact Us & Find Us

Schroon Lake Arts Council
P.O. Box 812
Schroon Lake, NY 12870

Phone: (518) 532-9259
Email: 
SLArtsCouncil@aol.com

Officers

President: Jack Osborne
Vice President: Sharon Hooper
Treasurer: Tom Fallon
Secretary: Liz Insull

Board of Directors

Maryann Fallon
Debbie McSherry
Cathy Moses
Jon Simonds

 

Our Friends

The Schroon Lake Arts Council is a part of the Adirondack Region and maintains close ties with Government and other Arts Organizations. Please click on the following links to visit some of those organizations:

Town of Schroon
Essex County Arts Council
Seagle Colony
Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce
Schroon Lake Region
Lake Placid

 


How to Get Here

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From Montreal

Highway 15 South to the border crossing, follow I-87 South to Exit 28. At the blinking red light, turn right onto Route 9 and follow it South into Schroon Lake. Turn left onto Dock Street to reach the Bandstand and Boathouse area.

From Albany, NY

Take I-87 North to Exit 27 (Schroon Lake). At ramp stop sign, make a right turn and proceed to next stop sign – make left turn onto Route 9 and follow it into Schroon Lake. Turn right onto Dock Street to reach the Bandstand and Boathouse area.

From Boston, MA

Take the Mass. Turnpike to Albany. Follow directions from Albany to Schroon Lake.

From Burlington, VT

Take Route 7 South to Vergennes. Take Route 22a to Addison, then Route 17 to the Champlain Bridge at Chimney Point, VT and Crown Point, NY. Take Route 9N South to Ticonderoga. At junction of Rt. 9N and Rt. 74, turn right and follow Rt. 74 for 16 miles to Route 9. Turn left on Route 9 and follow to Schroon Lake. Turn right on Dock Street to reach the Bandstand and Boathouse area.

From Buffalo/Rochester, NY

Take NYS Thruway to the Route 12/8 Exit (Exit 31 Utica). Take Route 8 until you reach Route 9. Turn left onto Ruote 9 and follow into Schroon Lake. Turn right onto Dock Street to reach the Bandstand and Boathouse area.

Travel Times

Lake Placid: 55 minutes
Albany: 90 minutes
N.Y. City: 4 1/2 hours
Boston: 4 hours
Lake George: 25 minutes