Lake George is becoming known for its celebrations, and the latest is likely to extend that reputation. Billed to be Lake George's largest party yet of its kind, the Festival for the Lake is occurring this weekend, with a street fair complete with beer and wine, a lineup of musical entertainment, casino games, and a children's carnival.
From Plattsburgh to Lake Placid there will be music and a roller derby bout the the Ally Kats.
The final line-up for the three-day music festival “Bringing it Home For the Strand” has been announced.
Once again, dozens of artists in the northern Adirondacks will open their doors to visitors the last weekend in September, this year from Sept. 27-29.
Plattsburgh’s “First Weekend” committee met this week to discuss upcoming First Weekends celebrations in November and December.
More than 100 people packed the Tannery Pond Community Center the evening of Friday, Sept. 6 to see the local premiere of “Approaching Normal,” an independent film shot in and around North River.
BluSeed Studios prepares to go back to school by hosting a series of art classes for the younger artist and several family workshops during the upcoming fall and winter season.
Thirteen vendors from around the region offered visitors to the Adirondack History Center Museum’s Taste of Local event Sept. 14.
Starting off the autumn season, Conroys Organics is inviting people to celebrate Farm Fest 2013 on Sept. 21. Festivities will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the farm located at 8173 Route 9. The event is free to attend and will have something for the entire family with a hay playground set up for kids, hay rides around the farm, and a bouncy house.
The final concert in the “Songs to Keep” concert series will be taking place Saturday, Sept. 21 at SUNY Plattsburgh’s Glitz Theater, in Hawkins Hall.
Between sets on the Plattsburgh Bluegrass Festival’s big stage Saturday, Sept. 14, Eric and Leigh Gibson stepped into a garage-like stall of Building 16 at the Clinton County Fairgrounds to give a songwriting workshop.
The 15th annual Saranac Lake’s Third Thursday Art Walks will conclude on the evening of Sept. 19.
Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival Sept. 28
Fort Ticonderoga will celebrate fall in the Adirondacks with its Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival. The day-long event will be held Saturday, Sept. 28.
Inspired by the exhibition of Ursula Trudeau’s magnificent hats, Historic Saranac Lake announced plans to host a “hat decorating social” on Thursday, Sept. 19 in the John Black Room at the Saranac Laboratory Museum, 89 Church Street.
The Clinton County Historical Society is identifying residents who fought in the Civil War, and are at rest in area cemeteries
When the bell tolled for the war between the states, more than a thousand Clinton County men answered the call, and New York soldiers fought valiantly in some of the biggest battles of the war.