Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake (ADKX) next 2019 Cabin Fever Sunday Series lecture, Night Moves: Natural History of Adirondack Flying Squirrels with Charlotte Demers, is set for February 24th, at 1:30 pm. » Continue Reading.
Tupper Lake is combining my love of skiing with a micro-brew experience and I don’t even have to leave the trail. It isn’t an après ski experience, but more “pendant” skiing. I’ll be experiencing sampling of various local beers during a cross-country ski or snowshoe.
On Saturday, February 23, Tupper Lake Cross-Country Ski Center is grooming their trails for two events, Brew-Ski and its annual Ice Golf Tournament. Both activities sound fun, but my family is going to be hitting the Brew-ski trail. » Continue Reading.
The Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce is set to hold their annual Brew-Ski on February 23rd, from noon to 4 pm, at Tupper Lakes Groomed XC Trails, 141 Country Club Rd.
The event will be held simultaneously with the Lions Club Annual Fire & Ice Golf Tournament. Brew-Ski will transform cross country ski trails into a local brew tasting trail. Distributors and breweries are invited to set up sample stations along the trails. » Continue Reading.
Paul Smith’s College and Dewey Mountain Recreation Center is set to host the Adirondack Snowshoe Festival on February 23rd and 24th. The weekend’s events include guided tours, snowshoe running clinics, races, scavenger hunts, crafts, marshmallow roastin’ and more. » Continue Reading.
The Central Adirondack Art Show is a long-standing Old Forge tradition showcasing some of the finest artists throughout the Central Adirondack Region and beyond. The Show is open to current artists ages 16 and up who are either members of View or reside within 200 miles of Old Forge. » Continue Reading.
Indian Lake has snow and is asking everyone to come make tracks for Snocade. The annual event celebrates a week’s worth of winter activities, February 15-24, from cardboard sled races to snowmobile time trials.
My family does not own snowmobiles, but this week long festival is more than just riding the miles of local trails. It’s a celebration of snow. There are so many things to do that allow us to celebrate winter while enjoying the Central Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.
The Town of Long Lake is set to celebrate President’s Week with daily winter activities and events.
Kicking off the schedule is a Kids Movie Night at the Town Hall on Friday the 15th, with transportation to and from provided by the Town. Call (518) 624-3077 to sign up, pick up will begin around 4 pm, with drop occurring directly following the movie. » Continue Reading.
The Raquette Lake Winter Carnival is set to kick off on Saturday, February 16th. The two day event will include events for both children and adults, as well as a firework display and all-you-can-eat pancake breakast. » Continue Reading.
Fort Ticonderoga is set to host a living history event Saturday, February 16, 2019 about British garrison life in February 1775, three months before Ticonderoga was pulled into the American War of Independence.
Living history programs feature the weapons, trades, and home life of soldiers and families during peacetime at Ticonderoga. » Continue Reading.
The 2018-’19 IBSF World Cup Bobsled and Skeleton season is beginning to wind down, after months of traveling Europe, the series returns to North American soil when Lake Placid, plays host to the tour’s seventh stop, Friday and Saturday, February 15-16.
More than 200 athletes from 24 nations are expected to compete on the Mt. Van Hoevenberg course. » Continue Reading.
Venues for 2019 are The Adirondack Growl and Grub, Adirondack Hotel, Long Lake Diner & Owl’s Head Pub and the Long View Lodge. The Long Lake Little Bus will provide door to door transportation.
The Adirondack Park Agency will hold its monthly meeting at its headquarters in Ray Brook on Thursday, February 14th and Friday February 15th, 2019. Thursday’s meeting will begin at 1 pm and Friday’s session will commence at 9 am.
The meeting will include discussion on the Frontier Town Campground, Equestrian and Day Use Area in the Town of North Hudson; a presentation on climate change in the Adirondacks; consideration of Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan conformance for the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest Unit Management Plan; and more. What follows is the agenda issued by the APA: » Continue Reading.
The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (the Arts Center) is set to host their Annual Winter Benefit for the Arts on Saturday, March 9, 2019, from 6 to 9 pm at the Long View Lodge, 681 Deerland Rd, in Long Lake. » Continue Reading.
Wendy L. Johnston, Assistant Professor of Political Science at SUNY Adirondack will speak on the importance of voting, changes to New York State’s voter registration requirements, and tools citizens can use to help inform their vote. » Continue Reading.
The 17th Annual Frozen Fire and Lights is the perfect place to round out a month of festivities. Always scheduled the last Saturday in February, Inlet’s event has grown from a firework display to a town-wide affair. » Continue Reading.