Lake Carmel Arts Center
640 Route 52
Kent Lakes, NY 10512

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Office hours:
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mon., Wed. & Fri.; other times by appointment.

845 228-AOTL (2685)

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Coming soon to Arts on the Lake

Puppets in Peril from Persia to the Pole

May 1 through May 3

Fun with classic verses for adults and sophisticated kids.

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A Benefit for Nepal: The Mystical Sound of Tibetan Bowls

Seating is limited

Wednesday, May 6

Experience the sound of Tibetan bowls as played by Beth Mullin. This unique sound art affects the listener in a deep and meditative way. She is now dedicating this evening to the victims of Nepal where her master teacher has his school.

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Bo Youp Hwang - Friends of Classical Music Special Event

Annual Friends Dinner Event

Saturday, May 9

Inaugurating the 2015 season is the annual FCM Special Dinner Performance.

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Benefit for Nepal - Tibetan Bowls Evening

Beth Mullin, who is playing the Tibetan Bowls on the evening of May 6, is dedicating the proceeds of the evening to the victims of the earthquake in Nepal. Beth's teacher, Master Sound Healer Shree Krishna Shahi, has his school in Katmandu, Nepal.

Spring Art Exhibit Prospectus Posted

The prospectus for the upcoming Spring Art Exhibition has been posted on the event web page. You can view it here.

"De Novo" Travels to Brewster

Camilio Almonacid, Emily Joy Weiner, Rudy De La Cruz Following the luminous performance of the powerful documentary play "De Novo" at Arts on the Lake, last Sat., April 25, the Houses on the Moon Theatre Company will next present the play at Studio Around the Corner in Brewster on Sat., May 9, at 7 pm.

Arts on the Lake featured on Good Day Hudson Valley

Good Day Hudson Valley

Arts on the Lake was featured in Lisa Kaslyn's public access show, Good Day Hudson Valley, which you can view here. The clip is also on Putnam County's Website.

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