The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (the Arts Center) is pleased to announce the recipients of funds from the 2013 Decentralization Regrant Program (DEC), provided by the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).
DEC funds are administered in Hamilton County by the Arts Center, which advocates at the state level to bring money to local municipalities and non-profit organizations. These funds have been distributed directly back into Hamilton County to support the enthusiasm and creativity of the organizations and their programs listed below.
Funds for the 2013 DEC program have been awarded to:
•Friends of the Wells Library's Compass North: New Directions
•Town of Long Lake's RondeauFest
•Long Lake Friends of Music Concert Series
•Piseco Library's Coffeehouse Music Series
•St. Williams on Long Point's Thursday Evenings on the Lake
•A Pretty Good Band's Concert and Parade Series
•Indian Lake Theater's Arts and Culture Thursday
•Indian Lake Theater's Hamilton County Reads Beyond Books
•Parker Benton Post 1392 American Legion's Music Concert -- 10th Mountain Division Army Band
•Town of Inlet's Sunsets by the Lake Concert Series
•Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council's An Evening with the Symphony
•Long Lake Central School's French-Canadian Arts in Education Celebration
•Town of Indian Lake's Adirondack Cultural Mural.