- This event has passed.
Bands and Beans 2020 Canceled
March 29 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We’ll see you in 2021!
The Lake George Arts Project is deeply committed to bringing people together to hear and see great music, but we want all of our programs to be safe and healthy, and want you to feel safe attending them. As a public health and safety precaution related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with the health and safety measures enacted by Governor Cuomo, we are sorry to announce that Bands ‘N Beans, scheduled for March 29, 2020, will be cancelled this year.
We would like to thank our Bands ‘N Beans 2020 sponsors who have committed to continue their support of LGAP programs beyond this cancellation of our largest fundraiser: Fort William Henry, Lake George Beach Club, Rock Hill Bakehouse and The Barton Group.
Thank you, too, to all who had planned to participate in Bands ‘N Beans – the restaurants, musicians, volunteers, auction and raffle donors – TOO MANY to name! Your enthusiastic work to keep the arts thriving here in Lake George is so much appreciated!
This past couple of weeks, we have been doing a lot of reminiscing about Bands and Beans past. Laura pulled together this great video with some of the more recent images from our archive – ENJOY!
The proceeds from Bands ‘n Beans were targeted to benefit the Lake George Arts Project’s FREE and Open to All music and art programs. Any DONATIONS to help us recover from this loss are greatly appreciated!
The Courthouse Gallery will remain closed through the month of March. Please stay tuned for updates on our spring and summer schedule. We continue to plan our outdoor Summer Concerts and Jazz Weekend in Shepard Park, as well as outdoor Golf Tournament in the spring. We will also be actively monitoring the COVID-19 news and are committed to adhering to CDC guidelines with respect to public gatherings.
Please join us in taking extra precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19: sanitize diligently, wash hands regularly, and stay home if you feel sick! For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s website.