Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH), the region’s private, nonprofit historic preservation organization, will present its annual Preservation Awards on Friday, November 2nd, to several recipients that exemplify the extraordinary stewardship of individual historic properties and ongoing preservation work in communities across the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.
The season is coming to a close for the Adirondack Experience, the museum on Blue Mountain Lake, but isn’t not the end of the activities. Each fall the museum gets ready for winter and provides opportunities for people to bring home a special Adirondack gift from their unique shop.
According to ADKX Director of Marketing Ausra Angermann, the museum has two planned weekends set for people to do their holiday shopping and visit beautiful Blue Mountain Lake. On November 23-24 and December 14-16 from 10 am to 4 pm, the museum provides a special shopping experience to all visitors. » Continue Reading.
Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) has announced the list of events on the Whiteface Lake Placid fall/winter 2018-2019 calendar. Dates and schedules are subject to change.
The list of events as follows: » Continue Reading.
Ari Gold’s new feature film The Song of Sway Lake, which takes place in the Adirondacks, is set to show on Saturday October 20th at the Charles R Wood Theater in Glens Falls, Sunday October 21st in Indian Lake, and during at the Lake Placid Film Festival during the weekend of October 26th-28th. » Continue Reading.
First released in 1960, Adirondack Holiday showed Essex County as a four-season vacation paradise. Now, almost sixty years later, the half-hour short has been restored to all its original color splendor. Its premiere screening will take place during this year’s Lake Placid Film Festival, October 26th to 28th. » Continue Reading.
The event is a showcase of more than 65 health and human services organizations in Warren, Washington, Hamilton and northern Saratoga counties.
Community Resource Day features information about community organizations, the opportunity for networking, as well as freebies, activities, and door prizes. It is jointly presented by Fidelis Care, Interagency Council, Southern Adirondack Independent Living and the Aviation Mall. » Continue Reading.
The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is set to present Pendragon Theatre’s production of “Pride and Prejudice” on Saturday, October 20, at 7:30 pm at the Arts Center.
In Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic, the outspoken Elizabeth Bennet faces mounting pressure from her status-conscious mother to secure a suitable marriage. Original music composed for this production features actor Evan Raines playing violin live during the performance with the rest of the cast providing various other soundscapes to underscore the action. » Continue Reading.
ANCA’s annual Clean Energy Economy Conference is set to return to the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls on October 24-25, 2018. The annual forum attracts clean energy leaders from across Northern New York and Vermont who are driving renewable energy adoption in the region.
This year’s conference focuses on “disruptive innovation” and will explore advancements affecting the region such as transportation and battery storage. The conference agenda includes special tracks for residential consumers, small businesses and industry professionals, as well as professional training opportunities that provide continuing education credits. » Continue Reading.
The Hadley-Lake Luzerne Historical Society has announced Senator Betty Little will be the guest speaker for their upcoming program “New York State Government’s Role in Preserving Our Adirondack History,” on Thursday, October 18th, at 7 pm. » Continue Reading.
The Whallonsburg Grange Hall Lyceum is set to present “Adirondack Landscapes Through the Lens” on Tuesday, October 9 at 7:30 pm.
Scientist and photographer Brendan Wiltse will lead attendees on a journey through the region, through photographs. This is the third lecture in the Fall series which is entitled “Landscapes, Real and Imagined.” » Continue Reading.
The loon is such an iconic symbol of wilderness with its haunting call, red eyes, and distinctive markings. With all wildlife, we need to understand how to respect its boundaries while admiring it in its natural habitat. Thanks to the Adirondack Loon Center for Loon Conservation, there is a place to learn more about this aquatic bird.
The annual Adirondack Loon Celebration takes place at the Paul Smith’s VIC, October 7 from 1 to 5 pm, with a schedule of activities emphasizing the importance of loons to the Adirondack ecosystem. Live music with Celia Evans, Green Goddess food, silent auction, children’s activities, and other loon related activities are just part of the fun-filled day. » Continue Reading.
An encore workshop identifying and sampling the most prominent and tasty edible plants, roots, berries and fungi in the Adirondack Region has been set for Saturday, October 6th, and will be presented by Garrett Kopp of Birch Boys Chaga Tea and the Local Living Venture.
The Wild Edible Adirondack Salad workshop will be held from 11 am to 1 pm at the Birch Boys storefront at 123 Park Street in Tupper Lake. The event is indoors, with the option of a foraging hike afterwards if weather permits. Reservations are appreciated in order to plan the “menu” and coordinate carpooling for those interested. » Continue Reading.
A free program focusing on the French and Indian War Shipwrecks of Lake George has been set for Friday, October 12th, at 7 pm at the Hancock House at 6 Moses Circle in Ticonderoga.
Featured speaker Joseph Zarzynski, part of the original discovery team for many of these ships, will lead the discussion.
Included will be a discussion of The Land Tortoise, built as a floating gun battery by the British in 1758. This 52-foot-long gunboat is North America’s oldest intact warship. It was deliberately sunk in l00 feet of water by British forces on October 22, 1758 to prevent it from falling onto the hands of French raiders. » Continue Reading.
The Annual Thurman Fall Farm Tour has been set for Saturday, October 6th from 9 am to 4 pm.
This year nine Thurman farms will open their doors. Their wares are varied and the self-guided tour offers something for everyone. This free event is a day of sales and samples, animals and activities. » Continue Reading.
The leaves are just starting to change colors, which always gets my family thinking about autumn activities and ways to share the Adirondacks with visitors, family, and friends. One of our favorite things about those cool nights and crisp days is making comfort food, which usually means cheese.
For the fifth year, three local cheese farms are welcoming cheese lovers, cheese likers, or even those (gasp) who have never tried cheese, for a self-guided local tour of the farmstead operations into the daily cheese.