The local American Legion post is looking for new members.
The art association’s last show of the season opens this Friday, Aug. 23, with a reception at the gallery from 5 to 8 p.m.
CATS, the hill and dale trail builders, are holding their second photography contest.
The town board wants to hear your thoughts on whether the town should put the question of how to go about assessing property values on the ballot this November.
The town hall has new hours. It’s open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. except for the lunch hour from noon to one.
Colin Ducolon, a long time summer resident, recently took it upon himself to spruce up the garden behind the town hall.
Next Tuesday, July 9, the Essex Town Board will hold a public meeting at 9 a.m. at the town hall to discuss the hamlet water project.
The art association’s second show opens this Friday evening, with a wine and cheese party which goes from 5 pm to 8 p.m.
Downtown Essex looks pretty spiffy with all the freshly planted flower barrels, thanks to the Essex Beautification Committee.
The Goff Brothers of Plattsburgh will present a benefit concert this Friday evening, June 14, at the Essex Community Church.
The spring barn dance at Black Kettle Farm will be this Saturday evening starting at 5:30 p.m. with the traditional chili dinner, which is still only $5.
This Friday evening, the Adirondack Art Association will have an opening party to celebrate the first show of the year.
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.
This Saturday, March 9, Essex Farm is hosting a tour which starts at 10 a.m.
This Friday evening, shimmy shake your way to Whallonsburg for an evening of dancing at the Grange.
Andy Buchanan’s four part series on the history of American agriculture winds up next Tuesday, Feb. 26, with a talk on current day farming, including a look back at the farm crisis of the 1980’s and the rise of big-time agribusiness.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, Feb. 16, for a special concert at the Essex Inn with a trio of harmony specialists featuring American Idol finalist and Plattsburgh resident Ben Bright, Don Vicaro and our very own Donna Lou Sonnett.
Before I sit down to write this column, I always read essexnewyork.org for town news and events.
This Saturday evening, Feb. 2, the Champlain Valley Film Society will show the Oscar nominated film “Beasts of the Southern Wild” at the Whallonsburg Grange.
Next Wednesday, Jan. 30, the Postal Service will hold a public meeting at 2 p.m. in the Essex Post Office to discuss the future of the local post office.
Lawns turned green this week, the result of a prolonged January thaw that melted our beautiful snow and created a lot of mud.
If you’ve ever wanted a cat, now is a great time to adopt an adult from the SPCA, when for the month of January only, the adoption fee is only $15.
Land tax bills arrived last week, and it may be possible to make four installment payments rather than pay in one lump sum.
This Sunday, Aug. 21 , the Whallonsburg Grange will hold its second annual block party, with music, food, fire trucks and even a clown. It starts at 2 p.m. and admission is $6 for adults and $3 for kids.