Friday, November 2, 2018

The Rider at Champlain Valley Film Series Nov 3rd

The RiderThe Champlain Valley Film Series is set to present the film The Rider on Saturday, November 3, at 7:30 pm at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall.

Based on a true story, this film is set on a South Dakota reservation, about a rising star in the rodeo circuit who suffers a near fatal injury. Both reckless and resilient, he must choose between a life’s work that may kill him or a life without it that may destroy him. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, November 1, 2018

NorthWind Gallery: Musical Translations, Student Work

musical translationsNorthWind Fine Arts is set to present “Musical Translations” on Friday, November 2 from 5 to 7 pm.

NorthWind’s artists have created artistic interpretations of some of their favorite songs, and will share them with the public.

NorthWind Fine Arts will also celebrate the debut of local middle and high school students’ work being exhibited at the gallery.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Day of the Dead Event in Blue Mtn Lake Friday

Day of the DeadThe Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, located at 3446 State Route in Blue Mountain Lake, is set to celebrate the last day of the week-long Day of the Dead Mexican holiday, Día de Muertos, on Friday, November 2 from 4 to 6 pm.

The festivities will include art-related Mexican traditions, such as decorating sugar skulls and skeleton masks and face painting. Traditional Mexican snacks and drinks will also be served. Local photographer Al Pouch will share some of his photos taken at a Day of the Dead event in Oaxaca, Mexico. This event is free and open to all ages. » Continue Reading.


Monday, October 29, 2018

TAUNY Plans for St Law County Studio Tour

Works by Susan RobinsonTAUNY is set to host a variety of programs during the St. Lawrence County Arts Artists’ Studio Tour November 1st to 3rd. The community is invited to stop by The TAUNY Center and to meet local artists and see art-making in action.

These programs will begin on Thursday, November 1st with a 3-day barn quilt making workshop led by Ruth McWilliams. On Saturday, November 3rd, the next Folkstore Artist Spotlight exhibit featuring the work of Susan Robinson will open with a Meet the Artist Opening Reception from 1 to 3 pm. Visitors can drop by The TAUNY Center throughout the day that Saturday to see Folkstore Artists Mary Harding, Tina Charbonneau, Debra Monteith, and Elaine Boots demonstrating their skills in the TAUNY Gallery. » Continue Reading.


Friday, October 26, 2018

Adirondack Wild To Honor Julia Goren, Phil Brown

adirondack wildAdirondack Wild: Friends of the Forest Preserve is set to present Julia Goren, coordinator of the Adirondack High Peaks Summit Stewardship program, with its 2018 Wild Stewardship Award, and Phil Brown, former editor of the Adirondack Explorer magazine, with its 2018 Paul Schaefer Wilderness Award.

They will be recognized at Adirondack Wild’s Annual Meeting of Members and Friends on Saturday November 3, 2018 in the Saranac Lake Free Library, 101 Main Street, Saranac Lake. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Celebrating Halloween In Ticonderoga Oct 26-31

Ticonderoga is rattling the cupboards in hopes of conjuring up all the ghosts with its annual Halloween Festival and Fort Ticonderoga’s Maze by Moonlight.

Before or after getting lost in the Heroic Corn Maze, stop by the town of Ticonderoga for a five-day festival of fun, October 26-31. Each day a range of activities are planned that are suitable for the very young to those wanting the traditional scare.

Pumpkin carving, a variety show and pumpkin walk are just a few of the listed activities. Other fun ways to celebrate Halloween include the costumed competition of Glow Bowling or treat n’ treating through a round of Monster Mini Golf. Enjoy a Halloween photo shoot and even a costumed parade for pets.  North Country Community College is offering a scary movie or a chance to meet The Great Pumpkin so people of all ages can choose their own level of fright. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Travel Unity Summit Set For Lake Placid Saturday

travel unityThe Adirondack Diversity Initiative is teaming up with ROOST, ANCA, The Adirondack Foundation and others to host a Travel Unity Summit in Lake Placid and at the Wild Center October 27 and 28.

According to a recently released 2017 Leisure Travel Information Study conducted by Place Marketing for ROOST, the Regional Office Of Sustainable Tourism, a bit over 96 percent of the visitors to the Adirondacks were White/Caucasian, As 48 percent of New Yorkers are not white (19 percent Black, 17.5 percent Hispanic, balance Asian and other) this begs the question why are not more people of color visiting the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

SL Fall Farmers’ Market At Hotel Saranac

saranac lake fall farmers marketThe AuSable Valley Grange Farmers’ Market, a producer-only farmers’ markets in the eastern Adirondacks, has partnered with Hotel Saranac for its annual fall market in Saranac Lake.

The market will be held every Saturday at Hotel Saranac from October 20 to December 22 from 10 am to 2 pm (with the exception of Saturday, November 24, following Thanksgiving). » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Food and Farms Business Expo Planned

food and farms business expoTaste NY is set to host the Capital District Food and Farms Business Expo, a business-to-business trade show supporting New York agriculture and agriculture products, on Tuesday, October 30th from 10 am to 2 pm, at The Desmond Hotel, 660 Albany Shaker Rd, Albany.

The event is an opportunity for vendors and buyers to cultivate new, local business relationships. » Continue Reading.


Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Paul Smith’s College Offering Wildland Firefighting Courses

Firefighters work to contain a 2016 blaze at Sams Point in Ulster CountyWildland firefighting, a field that aligns closely with existing Paul Smith’s College academic programs, will now be a minor available to students.

Included in the minor is an Incident Qualification Card, known as a “red card” and a key certification for those pursuing work in the field. Educational background also plays a substantial role – the college’s four-year programs in Forestry, Natural Resources and Conservation Management, Parks and Recreation Management, and Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences are among those preferred by local, state, and federal agencies. » Continue Reading.


Monday, October 22, 2018

Grants Support Winter Sports Athletes

grant award winners at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake PlacidThe Uihlein-Ironman Sports Fund, a component fund of Adirondack Foundation, awarded $41,650 in grants this year to 17 athletes and nine organizations in the Tri-Lakes region.

The awards were handed out at a ceremony for recipients and their families and friends on October 14 at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid. » Continue Reading.


Sunday, October 21, 2018

Travel Unity Summit in the Adirondacks, Oct 27-28

travel unityTravel Unity, a nonprofit organization focused on increasing diversity in the travel space, has announced the speaker lineup for its fourth annual Travel Unity Summit.

With a focus on economic development through diversity, the summit will be held October 27th and 28th. On Saturday, October 27, Travel Unity will welcome attendees to the Conference Center in Lake Placid and on Sunday, October 28, at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake. » Continue Reading.


Friday, October 19, 2018

Drinking Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The owners of Adirondack Winery are making sure that everyone has an opportunity to Drink Pink for the remainder of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the sixth year, Adirondack Winery donates a certain amount from each specially marked bottle of their Drink Pink Berry Breeze blush wine for the American Cancer Society’s Marking Strides Breast Cancer Adirondack Chapter. » Continue Reading.


Friday, October 19, 2018

Women’s Health The Focus Of Community Health Forum

This years Adirondack Health’s Community Health Forum has been set for Wednesday October 24th, and will focus on women’s health, with the theme Laugh & Learn. The forum will be held at the Harrietstown Town Hall, 39 Main Street in Saranac Lake.

Starting at 5:30 pm, attendees will be able to learn about various women’s health topics from yoga to mammography, participate in fun activities, and indulge in light refreshments. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, October 18, 2018

LGLC Hosting Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Info, Training

Hemlock with HWA egg masses_Connecticut Agricultural Experiment StationThe Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is set to host a series of informational and training sessions for the terrestrial invasive pest, the hemlock woolly adelgid. The sessions are free and open to the public.

There are two opportunities to hear from LGLC staff and Charlotte Malmborg of the NYS Hemlock Initiative to learn about the hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA), including its threat to our forests and water, current research, and what residents can do to help. » Continue Reading.