Photo: new temporary sign at 56 Woodruff Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul has announced awards made through the Regional Economic Development Councils (REDC). North Country REDC grantees received $67.9M in awards. Pendragon Theatre was awarded $145,000 as part of this total through the NYS Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Arts and
Pendragon Theatre has received a $100,000 grant from the Charles R Wood Foundation toward the new Pendragon Theatre in downtown. “The Charles R. Wood Foundation is thrilled to announce its support of the Once and Future Campaign by granting a total of $100K over two years. We feel that partnering
Answering questions: Aren’t there environmental issues in this area? What about flooding? What about mold?
Environmental testing in progress March 2019 Good questions! Pendragon contracted with Ambient Environmental, Inc. to do both Phase 1 and Phase 2 environmental studies. Phase 1 is primarily research of maps, databases, and usage, and based on the history of the area, which includes historic property usage on and nearby
Camp Pendragon, Little Shop of Horrors People want to live in places with thriving cultural scenes. 40 percent of respondents to a recent survey said they choose to live in Saranac Lake because of arts & culture, and another 40 percent said they visit here specifically for that reason. Families,
Pendragon Theatre has completed the purchase of the 56 Woodruff Street location, formerly Newman and Holmes and before that, A&P. This currently under-utilized site is at the corner of Woodruff and Church Streets, across from Nori’s. At fewer than 300 steps from restaurants such as the Campfire Adirondack Grill at
SARANAC LAKE — Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul on Thursday announced which proposals would be funded as part of Saranac Lake’s $9.7 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative award. State officials picked 10 projects from 19 submitted by the Local Planning Committee in March. They include the relocation of the Pendragon Theatre, the
Our plays are great—but the economy’s the thing. With apologies to Shakespeare: A thriving arts scene draws tourists, attracts new businesses and supports existing ones, and creates jobs. When we go downtown, our patrons will follow. By moving the theatre from the edge of the village, Pendragon patrons will easily be able
This is the first of many posts to keep you up to date on what is happening with the NEW Pendragon! For nearly 40 years, Pendragon Theatre has been the backbone of theatre in the Adirondacks. From the beginning, we’ve been dedicated to theatre, to education, and to the community.