Having Art and Cultural opportunities in the Annandale Area was identified in the original Community Visioning Session. A group of interested Annandale area residents formed a committee and has worked on multiple projects since 2002. 

The first identified project was to purchase an outdoor portable performance stage. Fundraising commenced and ACT Arts successfully raised over $50,000 to purchase a stage which was then gifted to the city of Annandale. This stage is now known as The Rudolph Performance Stage in honor of Ken Rudolph and Jim Rudolph. The Arts Action Team utilizes the stage each summer for a Summer Concert Series held in the Annandale Municipal Park. These concerts are held every 2nd and 4th Friday at 7:00 p.m. June-August, overlooking beautiful Pleasant Lake. Concerts provided are of a good variety and quality. These concerts are free to the public, just bring your lawn chair.

The Arts Action Team also has sponsored and organized the Downtown Annandale Art Crawl showcasing area artists and musicians.

In the summer of 2011 the first public art sculpture was commissioned and placed in the Annandale Municipal Park. The Breeze Gate signifies the important relationship Annandale area residents have with the lakes and nature. Located around the Gate are 7 Boulders that represent the major lakes surrounding the community of Annandale. The Team looks forward to providing more public art in our community.

The Team's second public art piece is a life-size bronze statue of a little boy installed in Clock Tower Park in 2014. It was created by local artist Elizabeth Hood Anderson.

To fund the events, the Arts Action Team hosts important fundraisers. The Petals and Palate Garden Tour is held in July, the "Chair-ish the Lakes" Adirondack chair auction is held during one of the Concerts in the Park, and the Holiday Home Tour is held in November.