'Night at the Museum' set for June 20 in Ogdensburg
OGDENSBURG -- The Frederic Remington Art Museum will host the season's first Night at the Museum from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday June 20.
The Museum will be open extended hours for guests to take in the museum’s exhibits, including the 2019 Members’ Juried Art Exhibit and enjoy live music in the Eleanor Vilas McNally Courtyard.Light refreshments will be available and as well as a cash bar provided by Hosmer's Marina. Admission will be $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers.
The event will feature music by North Country Connections Orchestra, a combined group of local multi-age and multi-level performers who enjoy making music together.
They will be playing Celtic and swing fiddle tunes, "Ashokan Farewell," some light classical selections, and a surprise finale.
Members of the North Country Connections Orchestra include: Tina Struss from Lisbon, Lenora Blank and Jana Tupper from Canton, Abby Marshall from Ogdensburg, Terry Covey from Heuvelton, Dino Hukovic from Morristown, Anna and Clayton Hardiman and Drew Hinman from Potsdam, Sue Dodds from Parishville, and Bahman Farzi, formerly of Potsdam but now living in Boston, Mass., violins; Julie Cliff from Ogdensburg, Samantha Flynn from Heuvelton, and Alisa Woods from Potsdam, cello; Owen Hardiman from Potsdam, piano.
The Wimpy’s Inn food truck is scheduled to park on the Museum property for the event.
From 6-7 p.m., the museum will be offering a public educational program, “One Hour One Work,” in the Albert P. Newell Gallery. The educational program is free with admission to the event, but reservations are requested. To learn more and register, contact Laura Desmond at 315-393-2425 or [email protected].