Friday, May 31, 2024

Tales of the Adirondacks, Past & Present: The Red Barn by Joanne Whitney

Red Barn

Our next OurStoryBridge Inc. story share is called The Red Barn by Joanne Whitney. It is the story of the iconic and likely most photographed structure in the Adirondacks. Listen to this story in its entirety at this link.

The Adirondack Almanack will share stories written by those who live, work, and play in the ADK, courtesy of OurStoryBridge Inc. These stories, which will be a combination of current and past events, people, outdoor activities and more, will be published on a weekly basis. The stories will focus on various locations situated in the Adirondack region, including the High Peaks, the town of Keene, and many other areas around the Park. Story topics include arts & culture, catastrophes, work, people, outdoor activities, daily life, community, and natural & man-made environments.

Check out https://www.myadirondackstory.org/ to hear more stories from Adirondack Community.

Those who wish to contribute to OurStoryBridge Inc. can find more information on how to start a story project by utilizing tool kits at the link here.

Photo courtesy of OurStoryBridge Inc.

About OurStoryBridge Inc.:

OurStoryBridge is a national project, led by a team of volunteers and implemented at the grassroots level by local libraries, historical societies, museums, and issue oriented organizations, that supports the creation of three- to five-minute, locally created audio stories with related photographs, as well as their online accessibility, by posting them on a website that appeals to both young and old and can be produced at low cost.

About Adirondack Community:

Sponsored by the Keene Valley Library, Adirondack Community is a multi-year local history project that collects and organizes audio stories and related photographs from town of Keene community members through this online platform to share our rich social and cultural history in New York State’s Adirondack Mountains.

Story Credit to OurStoryBridge Inc./Adirondack Community. 

All photos courtesy of OurStoryBridge Inc./Adirondack Community.

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The Adirondack Almanack publishes occasional guest essays from Adirondack residents, visitors, and those with an interest in the Adirondack Park. Submissions should be directed to Almanack editor Melissa Hart at editor@adirondackalmanack.com




One Response

  1. David Franklin says:

    My whole life has been spending time with family and friends in the Adirondack where have property my mom was born in

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