The Garden & Landscape Symposium is in its 10th year at Fort Ticonderoga, and this time, you can attend virtually if you’re unable to make it in person. Keep reading to see what else is happening in the Adirondacks with the Wild Center and more.
Garden Symposium, Food Fundraisers & More Events
Here’s what we have to look forward to:
- Ticonderoga Knights of Columbus Fish Fry: April 1
- 10th Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium at Fort Ticonderoga: April 2
- Mountain MudFest: April 2
- Straight Brook Saturday at Gore: April 2
- Beginner Knitting Workshop at The View: April 2
- US Speedskating Short Track Age Group National Championships: April 1 – 3
- 50s Bowling for Business in Saranac Lake: April 5
- Wells United Church Chicken N’ Biscuit Dinner: April 6
- Chicken Barbecue to Benefit Ticonderoga Heritage Museum: April 7
Updates With Fishing, Climbing, Summer Camps & More
New Fishing & Climbing Regulations Go Into Effect April 1
The DEC has announced some changes to the 2022 freshwater fishing regulations, including but not limited to a reduction in sunfish daily harvest, an increase in minimum size limit for crappies, and Atlantic salmon fishing is now allowed year-round throughout the State. You can find more details on the updated regulations here.
In addition, the Adirondack Climbers’ Coalition posted on Monday updated rock climbing restrictions are going into effect, also starting April 1. You can read those updates here: https://www.facebook.com/AdirondackClimbersCoalition/posts/380432303952590
DEC Announces Summer Camp Registration Opening Date
Registration for the 2022 DEC Summer Camp season has been rescheduled from March 6 to April 10 at 1pm. This includes Pack Forest Camp in Warrensburg, which will be open for a seven-week season. You can see specifics on dates, availability, and age range of campers here.
Wild Center Closes for April But Will be Back
The Wild Center in Tupper Lake has announced a closing for spring cleaning during April. They will reopen May 1 with a Community Free Day, and their hours will be 10am to 5pm, Friday through Sunday, through Memorial Day. From there, the Center will be open 10am to 5pm daily through Labor Day.
Ausable Chasm Highlighted on Vacation & Travel Website
TheTravel.com, a website dedicated to travel news and planning vacations, recently shined a spotlight on Ausable Chasm. The blog post dives into the history of the attraction as well as how to best enjoy it today – and there are many ways! Hiking, camping, and rafting through the gorge itself are all options.
You can check out the piece here: https://www.thetravel.com/best-way-to-tour-ausable-chasm-what-to-do-there/amp/