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The Village of Lake Placid is recognized as a popular winter destination, but it is also a major supporter of green initiatives in the heart of the Adirondacks. To help raise awareness of climate change, Lake Placid will display a dozen 'Cool Globes,' a decorative and inspirational public art exhibit, throughout the village this winter season!

Photo provided by Office of Gov. Cuomo
To help fund a future project for the benefit of the local region, the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) Ambassadors will hold a Paint & Sip fundraiser at Libby's Bakery Cafe on Wednesday, July 27!

Photo Courtesy of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce
The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership (TMSP) has announced the theme for this year's Street Art Project - Adirondack Pallets.

Photo provided  

The Adirondack Museum, located in beautiful Blue Mountain Lake, is about to enter its 59th season! When the museum opens its doors on May 20, it promises a season full of more exhibits and fun events for anyone interested in the Adirondacks.

Photo courtesy of the Adirondack Museum
Have you ever felt compelled to express your inner artist, but feel as though you're lacking the knowledge you need to create a masterpiece? The Wild Center recently announced that it will be hosting adult beginner art classes this summer to help people like you learn techniques in areas from watercolor and pastels to mixed media and printmaking.

Photo Credit: Watercolors via photopin (license)
Seagle Music Colony, a vocal training center overlooking Schroon Lake, is celebrating its 100th season this year! The curtain will open on July 1, kicking off a milestone mainstage season that only a select few institutions can claim they've reached.

Photo courtesy of Seagle Music Colony
Help create a documentary and send Annie In The Water across the country to help outdoor tourism.
Patrice Munsel was convinced that she wanted to be a professional whistler when she was a little girl, growing up in Spokane, Washington.  But that all changed when she heard a Metropolitan Opera playing on the radio. 

On Saturday, September 24, the Adirondack Museum will participate in in the seventh annual Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day. Museum Day is a celebration of the dissemination of knowledge to anyone and everyone interested, free of charge -- emulating the free admission policy of the Smithsonian Institution. 

It looks like Museum Day 2011 will be the largest to date, outdoing last years record-breaking event. Last year, 227,747 tickets were downloaded resulting in more than 500,000 museum goers to visit over 1,300 venues in all 50 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
This weekend, View celebrates 60 years of bringing the arts to the Adirondacks and the grand opening of their new gallery space in Old Forge, NY!