The Glove Theatre

While it was once the crown jewel of the Schine Brothers movie theater empire, the iconic Glove Theatre in Gloversville had become an eyesore for the city by the mid-1990s. In fact, the building was scheduled for demolition in 1995 so that the property it occupied could be turned into a parking lot.

The Sacandaga Valley Arts Network: A Cornucopia of Creativity

The Summer Concert Series, sponsored by the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network (SVAN), draws crowds of over 350 people who have come to connect, enjoy a picnic dinner or takeout from a local restaurant, and listen to free concerts in a variety of musical genres, with the stunning Great Sacandaga Lake as a backdrop.

Caroga Arts Collective – Welcomes the World

They come from places like Brazil, Korea, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Finland, Portugal, and Canada, as well as from 22 states. They play with such well-known organizations as the Seattle Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble. Over the course of a summer, they’ll present 40 performances, drawing over 6,500 audience members to enjoy an eclectic mix of genres including classical, bluegrass, jazz, and pop.