Past Event: Feast & Films

SOLD OUT

September 16 – Doors Open at 6:00 pm

Enjoy an evening of scrumptious food and British humor at its best! Nola’s Restaurant in Clinton has created a custom menu to go with cult classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail on the big screen.

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Tickets:
$40/person
or
$35/person for tables of 6+

*Seating is limited so call to pre-order your seats today.

*For reservations of 6+ please call our Business Office at (315) 853-8871 or stop by the KAC during regular business hours (9:00am – 4:30pm Tuesday-Friday).

Ticket price includes admission to film, one dinner entrée, and your first beverage.

There will be a cash bar during the show featuring beer from

Saranac Brewery,  wine, and non-alcoholic beverages.

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Kat Wright with the 8-piece Indomitable Soul Band

Friday, October 13th, 2017

Doors Open at 6:30

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Friday, October 13, 2017 at 6:30pm Kat Wright will perform live at the KAC. General Admission $22, KAC Members $18.

Their name derives from a deep passion for creating powerful music, and they deliver. Kat Wright & The Indomitable Soul Band will be performing live in concert on the Kirkland Art Center stage on Friday, October 13 at 7:30pm. Come experience this radiant 8-piece band, fresh off releasing their debut album By My Side. 

 Touring the East Coast from Maine to Miami this fall, music lovers can enjoy a soul band “lush with grooving beats, exultant horns and a glittering optimism” –Seven Days. Alumnus of two Syracuse Jazz Festivals, the Brooklyn Bowl, Washington D.C.’s Anti-Ball, among others, the band is finding success, racking up awards and accolades along the way.


The Rhythm In You

The Rhythm In You

Wellness Through Drumming
Bring your body and mind back to basics with the Kirkland Art Center’s The Rhythm in You this October. Join our experienced, certified drum facilitators Teresa Dunn and Kelly Yacco in this exciting one day only workshop for an afternoon of creative expression, positivity, and relaxation. Empower yourself in a community of spontaneous music!


A Drum Circle:
*Places you in a positive state
*Induces deep relaxation
*Helps control pain
*Boosts your immune system
*Creates a sense of connectedness
*Drumming allows you to flow with the rhythms of life by simply feeling the beat
*Releases negative feelings
*Stimulates deep thinking and puts you in the present moment
*Drumming stimulates creative expression
** Test anxiety – Drumming brings the mind and body back to “baseline”

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Drum facilitator Teresa Dunn.

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Drum facilitator Kelly Yacco.

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Drum facilitator Kelly Yacco.


The Kirkland Art Center will be offering two sessions on Sunday, October 15th. The Youth Session, ages 6-12 will be held at 1:00 – 1:30 and our adult session, ages 12 and up, will be held from 1:30 – 3:00. We will be offering member discounts as well as an early-bird discount to participants who sign up before October 10th.


Jeremy Wallace Trio

Saturday, October 28th, 2017

Doors Open at 6:30

Jeremy Wallace Trio

Saturday October 28, 2017 at 6:30pm The Jeremy Wallace Trio will perform live at the KAC. General Admission $18, KAC Members $15.

Edgy, dangerous and with a great emphasis on the raw energy of his craft, Wallace emerges with a stunning sound with a little folk, a tinge of rock, some country, and loaded with gritty blues.

His collection of songs are a reflection of Wallace’s station in life: he has fallen in and out of love again, busted a few knuckles and bruised a couple of shins. Even though his loyal following will notice a certain wistfulness in the lyrics, they will also recognize a new confidence in Wallace’s voice and guitar. His humor has gotten a little darker and the sound a little looser.

Get to know the trio’s music here!

Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

Doors Open at 7:00, Concert Starts at 7:30

Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons at KEXP photo by Amber Zbitnoff

Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons at KEXP photo by Amber Zbitnoff

Saturday November 4th, 2017 at 7:30pm Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons will perform live at the KAC. General Admission $18, KAC Members $15.

“Folk music is storytelling.” – Ben Hunter

The duo Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons have been playing together for over five years and they’ve got a lot of stories to tell you.

Classically trained on the violin since age 5, Ben Hunter tried his hand at the fiddle for the first time as an adult. Growing up in Arizona via Zimbabwe and Lesotho, Ben draws musical inspiration from his unique experiences.

Joe Seamons grew up in the backwoods of Northwest Oregon, listening to local folk music played by sawmill workers, loggers and fishermen whose music reflected the character of the region. While they’ve got very divergent life stories, they due combine for an amazing acoustic blues set you’ll not want to miss.

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