Jun 28, 2013 — Some of Ursula Trudeau's favorite hats are on display at the historic Saranac Laboratory in Saranac Lake. Ursula Trudeau is known in the community for her collection of colorful hats, many of which are works of art in their own right. She's the widow of Dr. Frank Trudeau, whose grandfather founded the laboratory for the study of tuberculosis in 1894.
The exhibit, organized by the Historic Saranac Lake staff, includes hats from China, Morocco, Russia, and designers from Montreal and New York City. You'll find straw hats, top hats, cowboy hats, garden party hats and even a native American headdress. Todd Moe stopped by as the hats, and hat boxes, were being arranged for the summer show.
You're invited to tonight's opening reception for the "A Life in Hats" exhibit from 5:00-7:00 in the John Black Room of the Saranac Laboratory.Go to full article
Sandy Gothard will be the featured mad hatter on Friday night.
Saranac Lake, NY, Mar 22, 2012 — You'll have a chance to show off that favorite, wild hat at Bluseed Studios in Saranac Lake on Friday night (5:30 pm). Judges will pick the craziest, most entertaining hats and the Mad Hatter's Party will also support programs for women living with cancer, chronic diseases and whose spouses are serving in the military.
Creative Healing Connections has provided retreats in the Adirondacks for women for the past 14 years and proceeds from Friday's event will fund scholarships.
Todd Moe spoke with Naj Wikoff, president of Creative Healing Connections, about Friday's Mad Hatter's Party and how the arts can be used as a tool for healing. Go to full article
Canton, NY, Nov 05, 2009 — Make a hat - win a prize. Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, TAUNY, is sponsoring a handmade hat contest this season. Todd Moe talks with TAUNY Director Jill Breit about some of the guidelines. Go to full article