North Creek, NY- The Tannery Pond Center has recently announced a roundup of winter activities that will suit a variety of ages and interests, including an American Red Cross Blood Drive community event, Winter Coffeehouse Series concerts, a Local Talent Night which showcases area musicians, a Ski Movie Night, a new Widlund Gallery exhibit called Daring Descents: Images of Mountain Sports, a yoga session, and a Kids’ Valentine’s Themed Art Workshop. See below for more details about these events.
Community Event: American Red Cross Blood Drive:
Hosted at Tannery Pond Community Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the auditorium. For an appointment, please visit RedCrossBlood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Concert: Winter Coffeehouse Series: Americana Rootsenanny:
Kicking off our Winter Coffee House Series is our American Rootsenanny show featuring three exciting bands: Ragged Company, Keanan Stark & Orion Stark, and Sugar & The Tree.
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 Day of Concert, FREE for Youth 18 and younger.
For advance price tickets, please visit the TPC box office, or call (518) 251-2505, or purchase online thru Eventbrite. Some “Day of Event” tickets are reserved for purchase at the box office.
Tannery Pond Presents: American Rootsenanny featuring three exciting American Newgrass bands: Ragged Company, Keanan Stark & Orion Stark, and Sugar & The Tree.
The Saratoga based trio is a viola, and two guitar group with all three artists on vocals performing in a folk, rock and roots style music.
Keanan Stark & Orion Kribs
The Adirondack duo have brought their blend of modern yet classically old-timey sounds to many appreciative audiences in the Northeast and beyond.
Keanen Stark plays guitar, harmonica, and banjo and Orion Kribs plays mandolin and guitar. Each a capable lead vocalist, Stark and Kribs swap old-timey folk, blues, bluegrass, and classic americana tunes, and dabble at entertaining endless other influences and flights of fancy.
Clicker HERE to hear a clip from them!
Sugar & The Tree
Sugar & The Tree is a Roots, Americana duo featuring the songs of Heather Richards & Marc Clayton. The duo will be joined by a 5-piece band.
Underwritten by the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation, “Dedicated to improving the quality of life for year-round residents of the Adirondack Park.”
Gallery: Daring Descents: Images of Mountain Sports:
Reception on Friday, January 20 | 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Tannery Pond Center is putting together an exciting exhibit of winter sports items including photos, paintings, pastels, published articles, ski equipment, trail maps, and more. More detailed information coming soon.
GALLERY HOURS: Tues – Fri, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Sat, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. | additional hours by appointment
Need something to relax after a busy day. Join us for a yoga class. To sign-up, please email: email@example.com or call: (518) 251-2505. The class will be $5 per participant – please bring cash. If you have your own yoga mat, please bring it. If you do not, we will have a limited number to be used on a first come, first serve basis.
Concert: Local Talent Night:
Local singer, Carolyn Bischoff will kick-off the evening singing a few songs. The concert will continue with the Northern Triad Jazz group, Evan Bonanno, and the Morehouse Family Band. Additional artists may still be included. We look forward to hearing these talented local artists perform.
To reserve a ticket, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (518) 251-2505. The concert will be $5 per ticket available at the door – please bring cash. Free for youth 18 and younger.
“Daring Descents” Old Ski Movie Night
Need something to do after a busy day. Join us for our new gallery reception from 5-7 pm featuring art depicting images of skiing, snowboard, and mountain adventures. Then stay for this exciting movie of skiing history presented by Greg Schaeffer from the North Creek Depot Museum.
To reserve a ticket, please email: email@example.com or call: (518)251-2505. The concert will be $5 per ticket available at the door to support the North Creek Depot Museum – please bring cash.
The 1932 Lake Placid Olympics inspired great interest in Winter Sports, especially skiing. This edition of “Old Ski Movie Night,” brought to you by the North Creek Depot Museum, will feature ski films from the 1930s in the Gore Mountain Region. Videos to be shown include “The First Snow Train,” “Ride Up/Slide Down,” and “Cloud Trail.” The videos show what skiing was like using early equipment on ungroomed trails like Rabbit Pond, Halfway Brook, and Pete Gay. The impact of early ski pioneers from North Creek and beyond will also be featured.
Proceeds from this event will help support operating expenses at the Depot Museum. The museum focuses on several aspects of local history including the history of skiing in the Greater Gore Region, the “Adirondac” Railroad and its effect on the region, the story of Theodore Roosevelt’s “Midnight Ride to the Presidency,” and D&H Railroad history.
Events: Kids’ Valentine’s Themed Art Workshop:
All photos courtesy of the Tannery Pond Center.