Ever wonder who picks the apples we purchase in our grocery stories or at the various orchard farms stands that dot our region? More often than not migrant workers - immigrant migrant workers - pick them, people whose lives can be experienced in the brilliant award-winning documentary “After I Pick the Fruit,” that will be screened at the Keene Valley Public Library on Monday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m.
Figure skating legend Kurt Browning will be back in Lake Placid for the holidays with Elvis Stojko, Joannie Rochette, Jeffrey Buttle, Kimmie Meissner, Ryan Bradley and many more of his skating friends, when they perform for one night only, Saturday, Dec. 28, during the “Holiday Festival on Ice” Figure Skating Show, at the Olympic Center.
Warrensburg's tradition of hosting holiday variety shows for charity — complete with homegrown talent — continues with Florence LaPoint's latest production, set for 7 p.m. Friday Nov. 15 and Saturday Nov. 16 in the Warrensburg Elementary School auditorium.
Part of annual Ticonderoga North Country Christmas
A new exhibit will open at The Downtown Gallery in Ticonderoga as part of the community’s annual Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas. “Adirondack Landscapes” by the Upper Hudson Valley Water Color Society will be displayed Nov. 30 through Jan. 25.
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The state has planned some ambitious upgrades to the parking lot and roadway serving Million Dollar Beach — but a related plan to site a boat launch and craft washing station east of the beach has prompted concerns from shoreline residents.
RSVP is looking for volunteer tax preparers for Earned Income Tax Credit/ETIC Program in January.
Emily Estes was challenged by her mother to change the world, even if it’s for just one person. Now she has the U.S. Marine Corps and North Country Honor Flight helping her do it.
Small, triangular signs with a bright red border are sprouting up on properties around Lake George in recent weeks.
Nov. 28 to Dec. 8 in Ticonderoga
The fourth annual Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas promises to be bigger and better than ever. The 2013 event will be Nov. 28 through Dec. 8 and is sponsored by the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce.
Vendors sought for craft and food bazaar
Schroon Lake’s Olde Tyme Christmas growing. The 28th annual event, scheduled Saturday, Dec. 14, will add a holiday craft and food bazaar in 2013. Community groups are also being asked to take part.
With high expectations, children gathered at the Saratoga Springs rail station Nov. 11 to have their letters to Santa transported by train to the legendary North Pole via the Saratoga-North Creek Railway, which is launching its series of holiday Polar Express excursions this week.
Thanksgiving stops planned in Ti, Port Henry
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, decorated in holiday lights and carrying a live musical show, is scheduled to pass through the North Country on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28. The train will arrive in Ticonderoga at 3:15 p.m. and stop in Port Henry at 5 p.m. Times are approximate.
Take the Westport Central School Class of 2014, for example. After funding for the traditional senior play was cut from the school budget, class members joined together with teachers Cathy Brankman, Paul Mudie and Vicki Wolinski to move forward and present “The Election” Friday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.
BluSeed Studios will begin a new season of Open Minded Mic Nights (OMMN) with a fall event.
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