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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...
CANCELLED: 2021 SnoFest in Old Forge
Today until Saturday, Mar 6, 2021Please note, this event has been cancelled for 2021.
Wild Lights at The Wild Center
Today until Saturday, Mar 6, 2021Coming weekends beginning December 11, wander into The Wild Center's enchanting, illuminated, winter wonderland to explore the sights and sounds of Wild Lights, presented by Merrill L. Thomas, Inc. Thousands...
Ticonderoga End Of Winter Carnival
Today until Sunday, Mar 7, 2021Get the details and schedule for the End of Winter Carnival!
The Real Ethereal World: Exhibition at View
TodayView, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge, New York, announces the opening of a new exhibition, "The Real Ethereal World" by Sara Baker Michalak, on March 6...
29th Annual Schroon Lake Ice Fishing Derby
Today until Sunday, Mar 7, 2021Our 29th Annual Ice Fishing Derby will take place on Schroon Lake on Saturday and Sunday, March 6th and 7th, 2021.
Maple Workshops at Paul Smiths: Introduction to Sugaring
TodayPaul Smiths College presents School of Maple: Free, hands-on workshops for aspiring and expanding maple producers. Pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Narratives: Ideation Generated for a Troubled Era (Zoom Lecture)
TodayStephen Saracino is a Professor of Metalsmithing Design at Buffalo State College. His metalwork has been exhibited in eighty-eight galleries and museums throughout the United States and in Japan and...
Virtual Program: SHOT: Beyond the Cannon Ball
Sunday, Mar 7, 2021Artillery in the 18th century was organized by the weight of its shot. The solid shot was more than just the size of the cannonball though. During this program, join...
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People Want to Move to the Adirondacks! And More News to Know
March 4th, 2021
Adirondack-related news this week includes the results of a survey, grants awarded, property purchased for preservation, and more. Keep scrolling to the end to find fun in-person and virtual events happening! News Tidbits to Know:... Continue Reading »
Adirondacks, Other NYS Parks Saw Record Attendance in 2020
March 3rd, 2021
We recently reported on the Adirondack Park being named a top state park in the country. This newest accolade shouldn’t be a surprise, then – New York State Parks overall saw a record number of... Continue Reading »
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 CountryVisit The What's New Blog on Adirondack.net
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 »