This year's Adirondack Shindig will raise awareness and funds to repair the crumbling foundation of a historical church in the town which the historical society hopes to convert into a museum.
Come to Lake George Sunday afternoon for a free rock concert and see why the acclaimed rock group Wild Adriatic is now building a national fan base, and also check out guitarist Mike LaPointe and hear his renditions of the power rock anthems of the 1970s.
An array of selected artwork and crafts, fresh local vegetables, live acoustic music, demonstrations, food samplings and socializing — it's all featured at the Adirondack Riverfront Arts Fest this Friday in Warrensburg.
Popular music, show tunes and patriotic selections will fill be emanating from a lakeside amphitheater this weekend, as the Lake George Community Band Festival musicians perform with enthusiasm.
A recent investigation into the Bigfoot phenomenon will be the anchor to the two-hour season finale of a popular Animal Planet television show.
The Thurman Station Showcase hosts three presenters Saturday, July 11, from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m at Thurman Station, 799 NYS Route 418/Stony Creek Road.
Board members say a merger between the Tannery Pond Community Center Association and the Upper Hudson Musical Arts will benefit each organization and the community.
Festivals fireworks, patriotism and community events abound in the southern Adirondacks this weekend!
Attendance at the new Adirondack Wine & Food Festival in Lake George surpasses expectations, as it draws a crowd to taste regional wines and food specialties prepared with fresh and local ingredients.
An opening reception for the exhibit, “Recent Acquisitions,” will be held Sunday, July 5, at the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, located at 3754 Main Street, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Events run today through Saturday
Details have been announced for the upcoming 2015 Best 4th In The North Celebration beginning on July 1.
The Independence party gets started a day early in the town of Hague, where fireworks and a concert will take place Friday, July 3.
The hamlet of Schroon Lake will be abuzz with activity in celebration of Independence Day with activities lasting well into the evening Saturday, July 4.
The Adirondack Shakespeare Company, a fully professional theatre will be on tour throughout the Adirondacks presenting “As You Like It”, “A Woman’s Wit”, “Songs Of The Iroquois: Turtle Island”, “Their Blackest Sins: Shakespeare’s Villains”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “The Merry Wives Of Windsor”.
The committee overseeing the annual events, scheduled from July 1 until Independence Day, July 4, will honor veterans as the grand marshals.