It was a night full of girl power at Beekmantown Central School as teens from local schools came together for National Women’s Day on March 8.
On Sunday, March 17, from 2 to 6 p.m., January Jams will return to the Upper Jay Arts Center, but this time, it’s for a cause. There is a $5 suggested donation, with all proceeds going toward Reason 2 Smile.
Paintings, poetry, sculptures and photographs of Barbie dolls—it’s all on display at ROTA Gallery’s Staff Art Show.
Thurman Maple Days isn't just about all things maple — it also features visits to the Peru Llama Farm, where children can enjoy an old-fashioned hay barn experience as well as an encounter with a llama or two.
While plans for the 165th annual Essex County Fair are well into the works, the fate of future fairs may be up to the Essex County budget committee.
‘The New Kid’ by Jean Arleen Breed
A Crown Point author has drawn on her experiences as a child to pen a book. Jean Arleen Breed has written “The New Kid,” her fourth book.
Students at Saranac Lake High School will bring the beloved children’s tale the of a princess and her slumber on a pea in the tale of Once Upon a Mattress to the stage.
The North Country Cultural Center for the Arts hosted its first annual Decentralization Grant Awards Ceremony on Friday, March 8.
Essex photographer’s work on display at Pine Harbor Assisted Living Facility.
The Johnsburg Central School hosted the Central Adirondack School Music Association All County Music Festival on Saturday, March 9.
School play March 22 and 23
“Oklahoma!” will be presented by Schroon Lake Central School students Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23. Shows are at 7 p.m. each evening in the school auditorium.
AuSable Valley Central School students, ranging from second grade to seniors, as the AuSable Valley Players present “You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” with performances at 7:30 p.m. March 14-16 and 2 p.m. March 17 at the AVCS Middle/High School Auditorium.
Regional artists were awarded grants at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts on March 8 for the first annual Tri-County Decentralization Grant Awards Ceremony. The event will be held simultaneously with the closing ceremony for the senior art show.
The Tutus and Tiaras Dance will take place from 1-2 p.m., March 8 at the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts at 23 Brinkerhoff Street in Plattsburgh.
The Upper Jay Arts Center will host a free reading of The Lyons, a Broadway play by Nicky Silver, on Saturday, March 9.