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Mini bus tours | Keeseville Column

The mini bus tours of historical underground railroad and abolitionists sites have begun again.

“Then and Now” | Keeseville Column

My thanks to all those who came out to the Anderson Falls Heritage Museum’s open house.

Maplefield Station | Keeseville Column

Congratulations to all area residents who graduated this weekend at Plattsburgh State University and Clinton Community College.

A collection of photographs | Keeseville Column

Tuesday, May 5, the Anderson Falls Heritage Society is opening for another season.

Anderson Falls Heritage Society | Keeseville Column

Tuesday, May 5, the Anderson Falls Heritage Society is opening for another season.

Gorgeous, big birds | Keeseville Column

Spring is definitely in the air. North Country Underground Railroad Historical Society cleaned up the grounds and museum for their opening the first Saturday in May.

Osprey roosting | Keeseville Column

I’ve seen the osprey roosting between the chevrons on the utility pole next to Exit 34 of the Interstate. We’ll see if it builds a new nest or not.

The ducks are back | Keeseville Column

Well, the surest sign that spring has sprung has popped up for our area.

Adirondack Flagpole | Keeseville Column

This week marks the last Shrimp or Fish Dinner at the Keeseville Elks. The dinner is offered this Friday at the Elks Lodge.

Shrimp or Fish Fry | Keeseville & Ausable Forks

I was coming home from work this past week and took note of the “Welcome to Keeseville” sign as I got near the Villa Hotel.

Seth Yacovone Band | Keeseville & Ausable Forks Column

Ausable Valley Players will be putting on performances of “Mary Poppins” at the Ausable Valley Middle and High School from March 19 at 7:30 p.m. to March 22 at 2 p.m.

Nursing Club | Keeseville & Ausable Forks Column

A far amount of snow has melted in my front yard, so I wonder if spring might not be on the horizon after all.

The frozen falls at Ausable Chasm | Keeseville & Ausable Forks Column

I received an email from MaryAnne Goff from the Keeseville Free Library.

An argument with my bathtub | Keeseville Column

Strange week for me as I started it by losing an argument with my bathtub.

Winter in the North Country | Keeseville Column

My apologies on the lack of a column last week – I was downstate racing to beat the storm back home.

Adirondack Flagpoles | Keeseville Column

My heart goes out to the Doner family who lost their home to a fire on Friday, Jan. 23.

Bald eagle sighting | Keeseville Column

January is tax season. Don’t forget the library is a wonderful source for tax forms and tax resources.

The book “Around Keeseville” | Keeseville Column

I was reminded of how lucky we are while reading a national magazine that had a small feature on four places to go to see bald eagles.

Dragons A Foot | Keeseville Column

On Tuesday, Jan. 13, children are encouraged to attend the first story time of the New Year at the library.

Volunteer or participate | Keeseville Column

Happy New Year.

Village of Keeseville no more | Keeseville Column

This is the last column of 2014.

Andrea Knight photography | Keeseville Column

The exhibit and sale of the photography of the late Andrea Knight is still going on at the Keeseville Free Library until Dec. 24 during regular library Winter Hours.

No outstanding debts | Keeseville Column

In this month’s water bill is some important information.

Non-breakable ornaments | Keeseville Column

Well, my cat is in seventh heaven as the tree went up this past weekend.

Local artist Andrea Knight | Keeseville Column

Very quiet week for this column.

“Around Keeseville” | Keeseville Column

I received an email from Mary Anne at the library concerning the upcoming art show:

Celebrating Andrea’s Vision | Keeseville Column

Not many trick or treaters this past weekend in my neck of Keeseville.

Clean up the outdoors | Keeseville Column

I received a delightful email from a reader with an important reminder.

Being a freedom seeker | Keeseville Column

On Saturday, Oct. 25, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host their last mini-bus tour with Keeseville and Peru Tour, who are members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association.

Local on-site CSAs | Keeseville Column

On Saturday, Oct. 18, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host another mini-bus tour with Keeseville and Peru Tour who are members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association.

Creepy Crawlers Story Time | Keeseville Column

Keeseville Free Library will be having their free story time Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. with “Creepy Crawlers” as the theme.

A Thoroughly Wide Awake Little Village | Keeseville Column

On Oct. 4, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host the first of their two mini-bus tours of Underground Railroad sites in Keeseville and Peru. 

Mini-Bus Tour of underground railroad sites | Keeseville Column

I had a chance to visit the War of 1812 Quilt Exhibit at the Anderson Falls Heritage Society Museum on 96 Clinton Street.

The War of 1812 Quilt Exhibit | Keeseville Column

As part of the 200th anniversary celebration of the Battle of Plattsburgh, the Anderson Falls Heritage Society is hosting The War of 1812 Quilt Exhibit.

ATV/UTV Poker Run | Keeseville Column

I received an email regarding this week’s first-ever ATV/UTV Poker Run.

Dissolution of the Village of Keeseville | Keeseville Column

The Farmers’ Market is finished for another year.

Abolitionist on the Underground Railroad | Keeseville Column

The Anderson Falls Heritage Society will be hosting Peter Slocum for the next part of their summer lecture series.

Book Sale | Keeseville Column

The Book sale at the Keeseville Free Library is this week.

Sunflowers | Keeseville Column

Nothing new to report this week, but I do have a bunch of reminders.

Anderson Falls Heritage Society | Keeseville Column

August is the time for the Keeseville Free Library annual Book sale.

Farmers Market | Keeseville Column

Unfortunately, I have not been able to get to the market due to the demands of my day job.

Art Sale and Show | Keeseville Column

The Art Sale and Show featuring local artists Gary Bezio and Lorna Hohn is going on now in the Library on Front Street during regular library hours.

Art Show and Sale | Keeseville Column

The Keeseville Free Library is having its opening reception for the annual Art Show and Sale this Thursday July 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Keeseville Free Public Library | Keeseville Column

Summer is officially here and there are several exciting news items to report.

John N. Clarke reminisces | Keeseville Column

My congratulations to all area graduates.

Good, down home cooking | Keeseville Column

The flag ceremony on Flag Day was well done and a beautiful event.

Flag day | Keeseville Column

June 14 is Flag day.

Cheney Mountain Trail | Keeseville Column

Busy weekend for Keeseville residents.

Wickham Marsh | Keeseville Column

I received an email from the Elizabethtown Community Hospital informing me that the Hospital has reached an agreement with Dr. Richard Bremer to assume his practice in AuSable Forks pending his retirement this summer.

Turkey vultures | Keeseville Column

I managed to see the sendoff of the World War Two Veterans on May 17th from the Plattsburgh Airport.

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