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Stories written under the Almanack's Editorial Staff byline are drawn from press releases and other notices.

To have your news noticed here at the Almanack contact our Editor John Warren at adkalmanack@gmail.com.


Tuesday, June 30, 2015

ADK Shakes Announces 5th Summer Season

ADK ShakesSince 2010, the Adirondack Shakespeare Company has been offering professional productions of classical plays and also original works for children.

This year in addition to its regular line-up, the Company is adding an Arts & Crafts Workshop to its children play, Songs of the Iroquois: Turtle Island thanks to an ongoing fundraiser through Adirondack Gives.


Monday, June 29, 2015

New York State Officially Bans Fracking

fracking diaghramThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today officially prohibited high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) in New York State by issuing its formal Findings Statement, completing the state’s seven-year review.


Monday, June 29, 2015

Adirondack Wildlife Refuge Golf Tournament

ArthurCraig Wood Golf Club in Lake Placid will host a four-person scramble golf tournament on Friday, July 10th with proceeds supporting care for abandoned or wounded animals at the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge in Wilmington.


Friday, June 26, 2015

This Week’s Adirondack Web Highlights


Friday, June 26, 2015

This Week’s Top Adirondack News Stories


Thursday, June 25, 2015

Outdoor Conditions in the Adirondacks (June 25)

CompassThis weekly Adirondack outdoor conditions report is issued on Thursday afternoons, year round.

Get The Weekly Outdoor Conditions Podcast On Friday Morning

SPECIAL NOTICES FOR THIS WEEKEND


Wednesday, June 24, 2015

EPA: Climate Change Destroying Trout, Salmon Fisheries

Fly fishing on the Ausable in Wilmington (John Warren photo)The Adirondack Park’s trout and salmon fishing would likely disappear by 2100 without global action to counteract climate warming according to a new report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). EPA’s study concludes global action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would save 70 percent of Adirondack trout and salmon from extinction.  The EPA report also predicts widespread damage to other cold-water fisheries, public health, clean water, electricity grids, roads and bridges, forestry, agriculture and coastal communities.

The EPA’s report is titled Climate Change in the U.S.: Benefits of Global Action is a summary of the Climate Change Impacts and Risks Analysis (CIRA) project, a peer-reviewed study.  » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Sembrich Hosting Program on Evelyn Nesbit

Harry Kendall Thaw the killer of Sanford White and husband of Evelyn Nesbit“The trial of the century” comes to The Sembrich on Thursday, June 25th at 7 pm with “The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing: Evelyn Nesbit and the scandal, murder and trial of America’s Gilded Age” – a popular presentation with vintage photos by Betty Spinelli.

On June 25, 1906, Harry K. Thaw, a Pittsburgh millionaire and husband of the famous and glamorous Evelyn Nesbit, murdered Stanford White, America’s leading architect. The trial that followed was quickly dubbed “the trial of the century” as it mesmerized the public and helped close the curtains on America’s “Gilded Age.”


Monday, June 22, 2015

Women’s Day Event in Au Sable Forks

IMG_9427This Saturday, June 27th, women and men will gather at The Tahawus Center in Au Sable Forks to help raise awareness of the challenges girls and women still face in their personal and professional lives.

“Holding up Half the Sky: Being a Woman in the North Country,” will begin  at 12:30 pm with a panel of local women, including an Adirondack author from Elizabethtown, a Lebanese American woman from Jay, a high school student from Upper Jay, and Lorraine Duvall of Keene. Members of the panel will provide historical perspective on their lives, and the challenges and advantages of being a woman in the North Country.


Monday, June 22, 2015

Lake George Invasive Plant Trade-In June 29th

barberry.jpg(1)If you live in the Lake George watershed and you want a free native plant for your property, you can get one for free on Monday, June 29th.

There is, however, a catch: You must dig up one of the invasive plants on the list below from your property and bring it to the Lake George Association (LGA) to trade it in.


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