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HalloweenFest 2020 in Ticonderoga
Today until Saturday, Oct 31, 2020Spook up your week in Ticonderoga! HalloweenFest 2020 will be held on October 23-31 in Ticonderoga, NY. Events will be hosted by an array of businesses and organizations throughout Ticonderoga,...
Virtual Halloween Fun Run/Walk
Today until Saturday, Oct 31, 2020Event organizers had so much fun with all the participants at the Halloween Fun Run in 2019, they hope to keep the tradition going, even if it is at a...
Egalitarian Worth, Paintings by Emanuele Cacciatore
Today until Saturday, Oct 31, 2020Egalitarian Worth, Paintings by Emanuele Cacciatore; Sept 19 - Nov 10. 2020; Tannery Pond Community Center; RECEPTION: Saturday, September 19th | 4-6 PM
NorthWind Fine Arts Presents Lee Ann Sporns' "Those We Meet"
Today until Saturday, Oct 31, 2020NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery member, Lee Ann Sporn presents a collection of colored pencil drawings inspired first by Martha Reben's tuberculosis era books, The Healing Woods and The Way of...
Virtual Halloween Costume Contest
TodayShow off your best spooky threads by uploading a picture of your Halloween costume to the Crowdriff platform using your phone or computer. This contest is open to residents, second...
"Cuba Dreaming" Photography Exhibition
TodayView, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge, New York, announces the opening of a new solo exhibition, "Cuba Dreaming," by local photographer Elisabeth Lorentzsen.
Halloween Art for Kids
TodayDecorate a pumpkin and more! A free outdoor event for kids of all ages. Presented in partnership with the Town of Johnsburg Library.
Adirondack Wildlife Refuge Halloween Festival
TodayCome join Adirondack Wildlife Refuge for safe Halloween fun!
Robert Louis Stevenson's Ticonderoga: A Legend of the West Highlands
TodayJoin Fort Ticonderoga for a Facebook live Halloween program that includes a special reading of their most famous ghost story and the history that inspired the eerie tale.
CANCELLED: Warrensburg Annual Halloween Parade
TodayPlease note, this event has been cancelled.
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