The John C. Bogle Adirondack Roundtable Series is an arts and humanities program modeled on Boston’s Copley Roundtable, a discussion group of civic leaders that would invite speakers to present at informal mid-week luncheons. Our Roundtables are breakfast presentations, and each summer we bring three to four world-class presenters to speak on topics of national and international importance in the fields of politics and foreign policy, economics and finance, philosophy and philanthropy, and the visual and performing arts. John C. Bogle (1929-2019) was our Chair Emeritus of The Adirondack Roundtable.
We are excited to announce our partnership with the Lake Placid Center for the Arts to present the
2023 John C. Bogle Roundtable Series.
Each Roundtable will be held at
Lake Placid Center for the Arts Theater *NEW Location
17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid
Breakfast will be provided by Saranac Sourdough
Please note the location has changed from LPCA Annex to the Theater
THE JOHN C. BOGLE ADIRONDACK ROUNDTABLE SCHEDULE
Saturday, July 22- Stephen Kiernan, Novelist
Join the critically-acclaimed author of Universe of Two and The Baker’s Secret to learn about his new novel, The Glass Chateau – a gripping tale of hope, healing, and the redemptive power of art, set against the turmoil of post-World War II France. Books available for purchase.
Saturday, July 29 - Bill McColgan, CEO of Mountain Lake PBS
With more than 25 years in media leadership, television production, and partnership development, Bill discusses the current media landscape and how we should process the news constantly coming our way. Stay after to see Dressing the Abbey, the costumes of Downton Abbey™, in the Gallery @ LPCA.
Saturday, August 5 - Andrew Weibrecht, Olympic Medalist
A World Cup alpine ski racer and 2-time Olympic medalist, Andrew grew up racing the slopes of Whiteface Mountain. Join him in conversation with the New York Ski Education Foundation to go behind-the-scenes on athletic training and career trajectory.
The programs begin at 8:30 a.m. with a buffet breakfast; speaker presentation starts at 9, lasts from 30-40 minutes, and is followed by an often spirited Q & A session. The program ends by 10:30, but discussions at the tables may continue at will.
The cost of admission is $25 per person for each Roundtable if reserved ahead of time and $30 per person for walk-ins. Students ages 12 and over are $10.
All reservations will be purchased through the LPCA.
You can reserve online here or mail a check to:
Lake Placid Center for the Arts
17 Algonquin Dr
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Some Photos Coutresy of Naj Wikoff