Monday, September 19, 2022

Adirondack 102 Club annual gathering slated for Oct. 7 in Inlet

All are invited to attend the Adirondack 102 Club’s annual gathering which is scheduled for Friday, October 7 at noon at The Ole Barn in Inlet. Local author, Charles Herr, will serve as this year’s guest speaker. The get-together is open to the public, as the Adirondack 102 Club is self-described as “a friendly group that is loosely organized.” Anyone in the Inlet/Fulton Chain area who would like to attend is welcome, however all guests must register for the gathering and pay in advance.

Here is a little background information provided by Town of Inlet Tourism Director, Adele Burnett: Marty Podskoch wrote a book a few years back called Adirondack 102 Club.

“Actually, 102 people wrote the book, [and] each [person] wrote about their own Town,” Burnett said. “There are 102 towns entirely (or partially) inside the Adirondack Blue Line. The book is a ‘passport and guide’ to the entire Adirondack Park. Each town’s page has text that gives some historic insights as well as what to see and do [during a visit]. There is also a place to journal what you did in each town. The important thing is to get a stamp, sticker or signature from someone in each town to ‘prove’ you’ve been there. When you’ve visited all 102 towns, you become an Official Adirondack Vagabond. New Vagabonds are recognized at their annual dinner, which this year is a luncheon at The Ole Barn.”


Click here to view and print the registration form. The registration deadline is September 23.


Any questions may be directed to Mark Fridén at (315) 848-3222.


Photo at top: Adirondack 102 Club Facebook group photo.

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