Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Concert in Long Lake on Sept. 4

long lake flyer

The Long View Lodge in Long Lake is hosting its 2nd end of summer blowout, with beers, bands & BBQ on the lawn from noon – 7 pm (ish) on Saturday, Sept. 4.

  • Family-friendly all-day outdoor event. Bring blankets and low chairs. NO shade structures, please.
  • Bands: Dead Sessions 2 sets of Grateful Dead, with opening act Uncle Jimmy playing Blues, Bluegrass and Classic Rock
  • BBQ and drinks available, no outside food or drinks allowed.
  • General Admission Show, outside on the lawn, Rain or Shine!
  • Kids under 5 FREE (must be accompanied by an adult!)
  • The Town Bus will be running, plan ahead and leave your car at home!
  • Boat parking is 1st come 1st serve.

Long View Lodge, 681 Deerland Rd Long Lake, NY 12847
Tickets available online www.thelongviewlodge.com, in Person at Hoss’s Country Corner, Long View Lodge and The Park in Long Lake.

 


Friday, August 6, 2021

Recreation Highlight: Outdoor Accessibility Day at John Dillon Park

john dillon

Join DEC this Sunday for Outdoor Accessibility Day (OAD) at John Dillon Park, located at 2150 Tupper Road, Long Lake, NY. We are looking forward to a day full of activities and opportunities to learn about accessibility in the outdoors.

Experience boat rides, fishing clinics, nature walks, campfire cooking, and more. Visitors are encouraged to explore the trails and pack a lunch to enjoy in one of the many picnic areas around the park.

Register for Outdoor Accessibility Day at John Dillon Park. For more information, call John Dillon Park at (518) 524-6226.


Thursday, August 5, 2021

Tropical Storm Irene 10th Anniversary Events

Adirondak Loj Road closed after Tropical Storm Irene

On August 28, 2011, Tropical Storm Irene devastated the Ausable River watershed. The following activities are planned to commemorate this time, to acknowledge the force of nature, and to honor the coming together of the communities affected. These in-person events are open to all following CDC guidelines.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

2nd Annual Great Brant Lake Canoe Race

Horicon, NY – The North Warren Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce the second annual Great Brant Lake Canoe Race. Paddlers will begin at the north end of the lake and paddle 5.5 miles into the outlet, finishing just above the Mill Pond dam in the Hamlet of Horicon. The race begins near the bridge at the north end of Brant Lake at 9:30 AM. The finishes at The Hub’s dock upstream from the Mill Pond bridge. There will be an award ceremony at 12:30 after the finish at The Hub. There will also be a special prize for the best paddler costume.
The race originally began in the 1970s and was run by local community volunteers. We are excited to continue the tradition in 2021, taking this opportunity to showcase Brant Lake as a resource for paddling recreation. Proceeds will benefit the North Warren Chamber of Commerce and the Bob and Gert Newtown Campership Fund at Camp Read. For more information visit www.northwarrencanoe.com, or contact Matt Strickland


Monday, August 2, 2021

Upcoming Events at the Wild Center

wild center offers canoeing on the raquette river

Tupper Lake, NY – The Wild Center is offering a wide variety of events this summer. Here are a few of the many activities available:

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Saturday, July 31, 2021

NFCT to Auction Two Birchbark Canoes

birchbark canoe built by craftspeople of the maniwaki reserve in quebec

WAITSFIELD, Vt. — The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) will auction off two birchbark canoes this summer: one built by Henri Vaillancourt and the other by the craftspeople of the Maniwaki Reserve in Quebec.

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Thursday, July 29, 2021

IRONMAN Agreement Extended for One Year

 

IRONMAN swim start

Lake Placid, NY – An agreement has been reached to extend a one-year contract with IRONMAN Group for the Lake Placid triathlon in 2022.

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Monday, July 26, 2021

Scenes from the Champlain Valley

champlain valley

Coming up Wed July 28 at 7 pm, join Adirondack Explorer multimedia reporter Mike Lynch and Champlain Area Trails Executive Director Chris Maron on a virtual journey of scenic highlights from the Champlain Valley. RSVP here: http://ow.ly/19ct50FxEAV


Monday, July 26, 2021

TAUNY Garden Tour at Jane Desotelle’s ‘Plattsburgh Botanical Sanctuary’

Jane Desotelle garden tourJoin TAUNY in Plattsburgh for the next Grow and Tell Project garden tour of the season. The Grow and Tell Project is a 2021 partnership between TAUNY and littleGrasse Community Farm (Canton, NY), highlighting the local food and food traditions that help sustain us, through a series of garden tours, kitchen demonstrations, video and digital features, and more.

The second in the summer series, this garden tour brings us to Jane Desotelle’s “Plattsburgh Botanical Sanctuary” (Plattsburgh, NY), where Jane will show visitors the garden and share stories of how the things she grows and forages both connect her to her heritage and offer tasty flavors and medicinal properties for living a healthful and delicious life.

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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Caroga Lake Music Festival: Amazing music, beautiful setting

logoHow Amazing Music Has Come To A Beautiful Location

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Monday, July 19, 2021

Traffic impact information for IRONMAN triathlon on July 25

imlp bike female athlete

Lake Placid, NY – The 21st annual IRONMAN Lake Placid triathlon will take place from 6:25 a.m. to midnight Sunday, July 25. The triathlon route includes a 2.4-mile swim in Mirror Lake, a 112-mile bike ride through Lake Placid, Keene, Upper Jay, Jay, Black Brook, and Wilmington, and a 26.2-mile run in and around the Lake Placid village.

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Sunday, July 18, 2021

Free “Trees in Trouble” Talk on July 21 via Zoom

trees in trouble graphic

Invasive forest insects and diseases are one of the most severe and urgent threats to the health of Adirondack forests. The first occurrence of emerald ash borer in the Adirondack Park was identified in July 2020. Just a few weeks later the first major infestation of hemlock woolly adelgid in the region was discovered. These two forest pests have the potential to significantly alter the forested landscape of the Adirondacks. In addition, several other damaging pests and diseases are present in other regions of the state and could migrate to the Adirondacks.

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Sunday, July 18, 2021

Keeseville Community Arts Festival: July 23-25

plein air artist

AdkAction is hosting a three-day celebration of arts and artists from July 23-25. The festival will fan out across Keeseville, with several local organizations and businesses holding visual and performing arts events.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

WOW! A new challenge in Wilmington

wow patches on an adirondack chair

In an effort to share the community’s outstanding natural resources with everyone, Wilmington has recently launched the Wonders of Wilmington (WOW) Challenge. This is no ordinary challenge: participants here are invited to complete the Hiking, Mountain Biking, or Family Fun challenges to receive their patch.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Great Camp Sagamore Gears Up for 2021 Season

Seasonal staff, (from left) Maddie, Katie, Amalia, Sophie, Randy, and Anna, are ready to welcome YOU to camp!

Great Camp Sagamore is open for the 2021 summer and fall season, with many exciting programs and workshops lined up. The season got off to a lively start in mid-June with the Roots & Branches Endowed Music Workshop and Women’s Fly Fishing. Offering nearly two dozen arts, educational and outdoors-themed getaways with lodging and meals included, Great Camp Sagamore has something for everyone.

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