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Adirondack Center for Writing to Celebrate Open House


Adirondack Center for Writing to Celebrate Open House

Adirondack Center for Writing to celebrate new space and staff member at open house during ArtWalk

Saranac Lake, NY--The Adirondack Center for Writing is pleased to announce the opening of its new event space at 15 Broadway in Saranac Lake with an open house during the ArtWalk on September 16, 2021 from 5:00-7:00pm. All are welcome to visit the new center free of charge and meet the newest staff member, Tyler Barton. 

“We are so thrilled to celebrate ACW’s very exciting expansion to our brand new event space,” said Nathalie Thill, executive director of Adirondack Center for Writing. “We’ve worked so hard for this moment alongside the rest of the ACW community and we can’t wait to welcome everyone for this momentous occasion. This space will be a home for all readers, writers, and storytellers across the region. Stop by to check out the space and meet Tyler, our newest staff member.”

“What excites me most about joining ACW is the chance to learn from and collaborate with the vast and supportive art community Nathalie and Baylee have worked so hard to build over the years. I hope you’ll stop by and introduce yourself during the Third Thursday ArtWalk—I can offer book recommendations in exchange for any advice for flourishing over the long Adirondack winter!”

About Tyler Barton. Tyler Barton‘s debut full-length book of fiction, Eternal Night at the Nature Museum is forthcoming from Sarabande Books (2021). He’s the author of The Quiet Part Loud (2019) winner of the Turnbuckle Chapbook Contest from Split Lip Press. Now an event producer for FEAR NO LIT, a literary organization he co-founded with Erin Dorney, he has organized and hosted live readings, workshops, and literary experiences for 8+ years. His short fiction has been published widely in journals and magazines such as Kenyon Review, Subtropics, The Iowa Review, Gulf Coast, Cincinnati Review, Copper Nickel and others. Stories from Eternal Night at the Nature Museum have been awarded prizes and honors from Kenyon Review, Phoebe Journal, The Chicago Review of Books, The Best of the Net, and Best Small Fictions 2020. As a literary advocate, he offers free writing workshops for residents of assisted living communities and long-term care facilities.

The Adirondack Center for Writing has been bringing people and words together for over 20 years through provocative events and meaningful programs like this one. For more info about ACW and their latest online offerings, visit and follow @adkctr4writing on social media.

New location at 15 Broadway