Indian Lake Theater

On March 6, 2008 a local community organization purchased Indian Lake's 250-seat Lake Theater, capping off a 12-week, round-the-clock effort that saw nearly 500 people help raise $160,000. The theater, shuttered since late 2006, was transformed into a nonprofit, multipurpose community center—a space for new and classic films, in addition to theater, concerts, and other special events.

Thanks to the untiring efforts of volunteers, a small, full-time staff, and organizations like the Adirondack Foundation, the Indian Lake Theater continues to fulfill this mission and remains as an essential element of Indian Lake's Main Street.

Location
13 West Main Street Indian Lake, NY, 12842
Phone
(518) 648-5950

On March 6, 2008 a local community organization purchased Indian Lake's 250-seat Lake Theater, capping off a 12-week, round-the-clock effort that saw nearly 500 people help raise $160,000. The theater, shuttered since late 2006, was transformed into a nonprofit, multipurpose community center—a space for new and classic films, in addition to theater, concerts, and other special events.

Thanks to the untiring efforts of volunteers, a small, full-time staff, and organizations like the Adirondack Foundation, the Indian Lake Theater continues to fulfill this mission and remains as an essential element of Indian Lake's Main Street.