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The Tom Myott Gallery is a local art gallery dedicated to displaying the works of local artist Tom Myott. Myott specializes in the creation of unique paintings by using loose brush strokes and vibrant colors in his works.
Open since 1958, the Glen Drive-In Theater always shows double feature movies so guests get the most bang for their buck and they have a concessions stand chock full of popcorn and other favorite movie goodies.
Built in 1979, the Glens Falls Civic Center is a sports arena that is home to the Calgary Flames' American Hockey League affiliate Adirondack Flames. The arena features seating for 4,774 individuals and also hosts concerts and other events.
Located in the town of brandon at the Inn at Neshobe River, the Neshobe River Winery Tasting Room has a small vineyard. The tasting room is open all year (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and also is home to Foley Brothers Brewing.
The Charles Wood Theater is a traditional design 300-seat theater located in Glens Falls. The theater is available to host plays, concerts, musicals, film presentation and dance recitals by local our touring talent.
Aimie's Dinner & Movie offers a classic dinner theatre experience pairing delicious fare along with the latest feature films titles. Visitors can enjoy comfortable seating and a dinner menu featuring delectable offerings such as toasted ravioli or French Onion soup.
The Glen Falls Community Theatre is a non-profit organization that was created for the promotion of the theatrical arts. The theatre has shown productions including 'The Music Man' and 'A View from the Bridge'.
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Designed by famed architect Wallace Harrison, the Hopkins Center for the Arts is the artistic center of the Dartmouth College campus. It is a film and performing arts venue that welcomes nationally and internationally touring performers.