Schedule for 2021

St William’s on Long Point, Raquette Lake will be OPEN and presenting summer concerts this year.  


Download a printable schedule/poster.


July Concerts 

  • Thursday, July 29th. Jamcrackers, Dan Berggren, Dan Duggan & Peggy Lynne

    • Adirondack folk music

    • IN the church

August Concerts

  • Thursday, August 5th. Bob’s Brother’s Band

    • ​Classic rock and soul music

    • AT the school (inside)

  • Thursday, August 12th. Betty and the Baby Boomers

    • Folk music

    • IN the church

  • Thursday, August 19th. 60’s Shades of Gray

    • Music from the 60’s.  Bob Faulkner & other friends from the area are in the band

    • ON the water, in your own boat

Please Note

  • Locations will vary this summer!  Concerts will be

    • ON the water, like last year, where you bring your own boat.  

    • IN the church, where you have the option of riding the barge from town (loading begins at 5:30 and is limited) or come in your own boat.

    • AT the school. 

  • Concerts will last one hour, starting at 6:30pm.

  • For inside concerts adults must be vaccinated or wear a mask.

Check our Facebook for the latest info.  


Rain location is the Raquette Lake School.

These programs are made possible, in part, with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

Original and Traditional Music of the Adirondack Mountains, since 1993.  Featuring Peggy Lynn, Dan Berggren, & Dan Duggan.

"Seasoned solo performers Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn and Dan Duggan have combined talents to create a dynamic trio named in honor of the river drivers who broke up log jams. They worked hard to find solutions, to get things rolling again, and it was a job that couldn't be done alone. Dan, Peggy and Dan feel the same way about their music. These good friends and accomplished musicians bring a rare blend of humor history and musical spirit to their performances."