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ZoomFest: A Celebration of Short Plays Written Exclusively for Zoom
Today until Sunday, Mar 7, 2021Stream the showcase of winning pieces and honorable mentions from the first ever Zoom Play Festival! This past fall, the LPCA commissioned new, one-act plays written exclusively for Zoom. Over...
GALLERY EXHIBIT | Into The Wild
Today until Saturday, Mar 6, 2021Tannery Pond Community Center is hosting a new exhibition, Into the Wild, featuring paintings by Patti Weisser & Carlos Alegria. The exhibition will be available for viewing from February 20...
Virtual Craft Get-Together: Felt Shamrock Pin
TodayOld Forge Library. Pick up supplies on Tuesday, March 2 from 10am - 7pm. Craft together on Wednesday, March 3 at 5pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315-369-6008 to reserve a...
Virtual Filmmaker Series: Rehak (Animation)
TodayYou might be in your living room, but this new winter filmmaker series will absolutely take you places! This is a free and virtual six-film series from the Lake Placid...
Clear Pond, John Pond Hike
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021This loop trail is a lovely walk in the woods near Indian Lake, NY. The group will visit Clear Pond first, then proceed to John Pond to stop for lunch....
Sightseer (Medium) Pack Basket at Adirondack Folk School
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021 until Friday, Mar 5, 2021The Adirondack Pack Basket is one of the most recognized objects associated with the Adirondacks. These versatile baskets were used to carry just about everything the guides, hunters, and trappers...
Frontier Town Snowshoe
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021The group will snowshoe (microspike, hike) the trails at the NYS Frontier Town Campground. The trials have a few small hills and follow the perimeter of the campground just behind...
Ski to Puffer Pond
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021This is a 6-mile round-trip to the Puffer Pond lean-to. The group will ski along Kings Flow and then head on a gentle uphill along the Puffer Pond Brook Trail...
Virtual Art Class: Animals in the Landscape
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021Let's explore how to successfully add creatures to your landscapes! We will discuss how to give animals weight and presence in the scene, and the importance of shape placement for...
Adirondack Sky Center Live: A Virtual Walk Around the Winter Circle
Thursday, Mar 4, 2021The Winter Circle is a fascinating asterism in the night sky that hosts many beautiful deep space objects. Take a casual walk around this nursery of stars with stops on...
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From Maple Madness to Amusement Park Openings, It’s News to Know in the ADK
February 25th, 2021
Get updates on maple season in the Adirondacks, check out fun announcements regarding fairs and amusement parks for this summer, and browse more tidbits to know. If you’re looking for events coming up this weekend... Continue Reading »
USA Today 10Best Nominates Lake Placid as Having a Top Small Town Beer Scene
February 23rd, 2021
Although many know of Lake Placid for its Olympic facilities, the community is also home to a thriving beer scene with three craft breweries where you can enjoy IPAs, stouts, porters, and plenty of seasonal... Continue Reading »
The Adirondack Park was Ranked in the Top 1% of State Parks in the Country
February 19th, 2021
There are over 10,000 state parks in the country, and a popular travel and culture website recently nailed down the best 30. Not surprisingly, the Adirondacks made the cut. The Adirondack Park was named one... Continue Reading »
A Recently Opened Ice Rink, Winter Excursions & More ADK Announcements
February 18th, 2021
Ticonderoga’s End of Winter Carnival schedule has been announced, the Adirondak Loj and High Peaks Information Center is temporarily closed, and there are several other highlights of happenings in the Adirondacks to check out below.... Continue Reading »
DEC Advises Adventurers of Avalanche Risk in the AdirondacksVisit The What's New Blog on Adirondack.net
February 17th, 2021
It’s that time of year again, when recent winter storms and the thaws that follow can create avalanche conditions. Here’s what to know. “DEC is cautioning anyone headed to the Adirondack High Peaks region and... Continue Reading »