The film society’s last film of the season will be shown this Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Whallonsburg Grange.
The Adirondack Art Association’s first show of the year opens on May 31 at the gallery in the former firehouse in the heart of downtown Essex.
The CATS photography contest winds up May 15, so get your camera or smart phone or whatever technology you prefer, and hit the trails.
The Town of Essex won an award at the recent Adirondack Park Local Government conference in Lake Placid.
The Oscar winning film “Lincoln” starring Daniel Day Lewis will be shown this Saturday night at the Whallonsburg Grange at 8.
Last week Ginny and I found ourselves on the road between E’town and Westport, and decided to drop in to see the new SPCA shelter.
Champlain Area Trails announces a new contest to promote the network of foot trails, their first ever photo competition.
Our local movie mavens strike again, this time with “Zero Dark Thirty” showing this Saturday at the Whallonsburg Grange at 7:30 p.m.
On Sunday, March 24, Paul Smiths College professor Curt Stager will give a talk at the Whallonsburg Grange entitled “Water Proof: Are Shrinking Ice and Rising Water the new norm in the North Country?”
This Friday evening, March 15, a group from Middlebury College that specializes in a capella performances of Renaissance music will be at the Essex Community Church.