Posts Tagged ‘Blue Mountain Lake’

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tim Rowland On Adirondack Experience

Adirondack Experience Adirondack Museum“Good things,” said that wise old sage Homer Simpson, “don’t end in -eum. They end in -mania or -teria.”

Yes, sadly, “museum” is an unpopular word. Which is why the magnificent Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake is changing its name (or its “identity,” as marketing jargon would have it) to the Adirondack Experience. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Adirondack Museum Changes Name To ‘The Adirondack Experience’

The Adirondack Museum has changed its name to The Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake (ADKX).

Director of Marketing Ausra Angermann, who came on board in February and has helped implement the name change, said  “Changing a name and identity is not a decision that is taken lightly. The name change was under way before I came on board. Research was conducted and a marketing team put in place as well as an agency to help with the transition.” » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Adirondack Museum Names New Director of Marketing

Ausra Angermann Ausra Angermann has joined the Adirondack Museum as director of marketing. She will oversee all promotional and public relations efforts for the museum, which will open a new 19,000-square-foot interactive exhibition this summer.

Angermann was most recently senior brand manager, marketing activation for Timex Group USA in Middlebury, Connecticut, where she was responsible for the development, delivery and communication of merchandising concepts and strategies. She joined Timex in August 2012 as global marketing manager for the licensed brand Nautica Watches. » Continue Reading.


Friday, December 2, 2016

Blue Mountain Lake: Upcoming Arts Center Activities

Blue Mountain Lake Arts CenterThe Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake will present its Soup Social & Holiday Sing tonight, Friday, December  2nd, at 6 pm. Visitors can sample delicious soups and stews from their neighbors and bring one to share as the Center celebrates the end of their 2016 season.

This event is free and open to the public will also feature songs of the holiday season by some of the Arts Center’s favorite performers, along with a holiday sing-along. » Continue Reading.


Sunday, November 20, 2016

Adirondack Museum A Black Friday Holiday Headquarters

adirondack museum Friday, Nov. 25, through Sunday, Dec. 18, the Adirondack Museum Visitor Center and Museum Store will be open Wednesdays through Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm, with a variety of holiday activities and events.

The Adirondack Museum Store will feature holiday sales, unique wilderness gifts, and other Adirondack items. Visitors can explore free local history exhibitions, and access local area information.

The Museum Store features locally made pottery, jewelry, and crafts; books written in and about the region; holiday decorations and cards; Adirondack art and reproductions from the museum’s collection; toys and games for kids; one-of-a-kind artisan items; Adirondack home furnishings; and other unique holiday gift ideas.

Every purchase in the Museum Store helps to support the Adirondack Museum’s exhibitions, public programs, library, preservation work, and free programs at schools throughout the North Country’s 12 counties. » Continue Reading.


Monday, September 5, 2016

Two Adirondack Antiquing Adventures Sept 14-18

Exquisite displays abound at the Adirondack Museum’s Antiques Show and SaleDealers in high quality antiques from across the country are converging in the Adirondack wilderness for two events, the Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show in Indian Lake, held Wednesday, Sept. 14, through Sunday, Sept. 18, and the Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale, held Saturday, Sept. 17, and Sunday, Sept. 18. More than 100 dealers are expected to exhibit at two shows, held in the two mountain hamlets about 11 miles apart.

They’re expected to bring with them high-quality art, antiques, collectibles and other vintage items — much of it curated with a rustic Adirondack sensibility — including camp, cottage, Mission, and Old Hickory furniture; rare books; vintage boats; antique sporting goods; taxidermy; quilts; historical fine art and folk art; militaria; oriental rugs; Native American jewelry and artifacts; and much more.  » Continue Reading.


Thursday, August 25, 2016

Adirondack Families: The Adirondack Museum’s 59th Season

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Now in its 59th season, the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake continues to showcase outstanding Adirondack exhibits, special exhibitions and events.

The layout of the museum is perfect for letting children explore a bit on their own. We always take the prerequisite family photo in the oversized Adirondack chair. Once inside the grounds my children still rush off to the Reising One Room Schoolhouse to play games and make projects. I believe it is the only time that my son has willingly done laundry. It’s difficult to choose my favorite spots though I always make time to visit The Great Outdoors and the Marion River Pavilion exhibits. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Is Blue Mountain the Next Drive-Up Adirondack Summit?

Newly Improved Blue Mountain Access RoadPart of the Adirondack Park’s vast infrastructure of outdoor recreation options include two drive-up mountains – Prospect Mountain in Lake George and Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington – where one can drive an automobile to the summits. In all likelihood there will soon be a third drive-up mountain – Blue Mountain in Indian Lake. » Continue Reading.


Monday, August 1, 2016

Adirondack Museum Planning $9.4M Overhaul

adirondack museum updatesThe board of trustees of the Adirondack Museum has announced the launch of the public phase of its $9.4 million capital campaign “For Generations,” which is hoped to raise funds to update its exhibitions, expand opportunities for visitors to explore the museum’s natural surroundings, enhance universal access, and other improvements.

More than $7.5 million has been raised in donations and pledges to date. » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Loon Art Show Benefiting Conservation Ends Saturday

SSG Ruiz Carving welcome to the worldThe Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation’s benefit art show at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake ends July 23, 2016.

“Conservation Through the Lives of Adirondack Loons” features work by award-winning artists showcasing the natural beauty of Common Loons and their wild habitats. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, June 23, 2016

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Summer Season

ALSTF flyer 2016Renowned Bass-Baritone George Cordes has performed with numerous operatic companies from the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Opera to Opera Boston and Houston Grand Opera to name (drop) a few.

Around the Adirondacks, Cordes brought the Demon Barber of Fleet Street to life in Pendragon Theatre’s performance of “Sweeney Todd” as well as Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha. His other regional performances through High Peaks Opera, the Northern Lights Choir and the Lake Placid Sinfonietta helped broaden the regions exposure to opera. Now Cordes is putting on a different hat and bringing his vast experience to spearhead the 2016 Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Summer Theatre Festival. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Presidents’ Week Family Fun At Adirondack Museums

AdirondackMuseum-FrostFest_Snowshoeing The Adirondack Museum and The Wild Center are offering a variety of winter activities during the upcoming Presidents’ Week.

The Wild Center in Tupper Lake will be open every day from February 12 to 21 celebrating the season with a different winter theme each day. The Wild Center’s winter hours are usually Friday through Sunday, so this is indeed a special treat for everyone. The staff at the Wild Center is pulling out all the stops with special guided snowshoe walks, live animal encounters and even a winter watercolor project. » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Farming In The Adirondacks Talk February 7th

cabin fever sundaysThe Adirondack Museum’s Cabin Fever Sundays winter lecture continues with “Farming in the Adirondacks,” the second installment of the series, featuring Steve Kramer, Hallie Bond, Rhonda Brunner, and Steven Tucker.

Homesteading and farming were traditional life-ways in the Adirondacks in the nineteenth century and continue today and this event will consider historical and contemporary farming in the region.  The event will begin at 1:30 pm on Sunday, February 7, 2016 in the Museum Auditorium.

Admission is free for museum members, students, and children; $5 for non-members. Refreshments will be served, and the Adirondack Museum Store and Visitor Center will be open before and after the program. » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Adirondack Museum Opens For February FrostFest

View of Blue Mountain Lake From the Adirondack MuseumThe Adirondack Museum will host FrostFest, Saturday through Sunday, Feb. 13 – 21, from 10 am to 4 pm with free exhibitions, a rare opportunity to explore the Adirondack Museum campus during the winter season, activities for families, shopping and free coffee in the museum store, and more.

Weather permitting, free FrostFest activities will include the opportunity to tramp around the museum campus on snowshoes, play winter games, build snow people, browse and learn more about winter, snow, and ice in their reading nook, seek out Adirondack animal tracks in the snow, take a stroll to the Lake View Deck and marvel at frozen Blue Mountain Lake, and more.  Many of the museum exhibitions will also be open at no charge  during FrostFest, including: » Continue Reading.


Monday, December 21, 2015

Adirondack Museum Winter Cabin Fever Series Set

AdirondackMuseum-CabinFeverSundays_RoadSalt_Jan10The Adirondack Museum’s Cabin Fever Sundays winter lecture series is back, and brings to the North Country a wide-ranging look at life in the Adirondacks with a variety of topics, from the environmental impacts of road salt to life in a Saranac Lake sanitarium.

In the first installment of the series, John Sheehan of the Adirondack Council will talk about the use of salt on Adirondack roads, a practice that often causes significant environmental damage.  Sheehan will also consider several alternative salt-test areas currently in use in the Adirondacks, which are being monitored for road safety and ecological changes. » Continue Reading.


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