Sunrise Saturday will be at 6:39 am; sunset at 6:59 pm. The Moon will rise on Saturday at 12:34 pm and set at 10:35 pm. The moon will be Waxing Crescent on Saturday with 33% of the visible disk illuminated.
The Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) is hosting this forum as part of its 2015 Annual Meeting, themed “ANCA@60: Accelerating Local Economies.” Clarkson University President Tony Collins will open the program, which will also include recognition of the success of the Go Digital or Go Dark Campaign that concluded recently with the digital conversion of the Strand Theater in Schroon Lake.
Marvin Bissell, who owned and operated Bissell’s Store in Newcomb until July 2013, passed away that November. Before his death, he established the Bissell Fund for Grave Markers at Adirondack Foundation, which will provide support for cemeteries and historic preservation in the Essex County town of Newcomb. The fund recently awarded its first grant to the town: $25,000 for the Newcomb Cemetery project and other revitalization efforts.
Sunrise Saturday will be at 6:31 am; sunset at 7:12 pm. The Moon will rise on Saturday at 5:51 am and set at 6:53 pm. There will be a Last Quarter Moon on at 5:54 am on Saturday. There will be a New Moon on Sunday.
All genres are welcome, from poetry to history to photography and fiction. Suggested books should feature an Adirondack theme or setting, or be written by a local author.
The hike will begin at the Penfield Museum, 703 Creek Rd., in Crown Point. Participants will follow a short and easy half-mile route along the Old Ironville Road and Penfield Pond Trails as Glenn presents information on the history of the area and the USS Monitor. The Monitor was the first ironclad warship commissioned by the Union Navy during the American Civil War.
Moose-themed programs, games, contests, and exhibitions will be the main attraction during the weekend. The half-ton mammal has made a come-back in the Adirondacks, and several are known to be living in the Indian Lake area.