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Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks
THE WILD CENTER
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866-765-7800 Tupper Lake Take a WILD WALK above the trees.
The Wall Street Journal called it 'glorious' and the New York Times said it was 'stunning' . This new kind of museum, spread over 31 acres, is an Adirondack 'must see' according to USA Today. Designed by the firm that created Washington DC's Air and Space Museum, the Center features live exhibits, including splashing river otters, a wide screen theater and tons of hands on exhibits.

 

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September 2017

Sun, 09/03/2017 Hobofest - Music Festival Saranac Lake, NY Hobofest is an all-day free music festival celebrating diverse musical styles and the independent hobo spirit. Taking place on Sunday of Labor Day weekend, in Saranac Lake, the day showcases many of the area’s finest musicians paired with imported traveling artists! Hobofest retains its grass-roots origins, and embodies the ideals and aspirations of small-town America. Having been fortunate enough to capture our community’s heart, we are committed to keeping the event fresh and we delight in surprising our audience with what’s next.

Fri, September 08, 2017- Adirondack Canoe Classic - 90 Miler Three Days of Adirondack Paddling The 90 Miler Adirondack Canoe Classic is an amazing boat event (which welcomes canoes, kayaks, and guideboats) held on the historic "Highway of the Adirondacks" on the weekend after Labor Day. The three-day, 90-mile, 275-boat race concludes at the NYS Boat Launch on Lake Flower in Saranac Lake, welcoming triumphant finishers and concluding with a ceremonial dinner. While participants have the advantage of lighter boats, pit crews, and trailering from the finish to start lines each day, they are paddling, carrying, and camping along the same chain of lakes, rivers and carries taken by early European settlers and local Adirondack guides. This is a continuous route from Old Forge, via the Moose River through the Fulton Chain Lakes, to Raquette Lake, then via the Raquette River to Forked Lake, Long Lake and finally via the Stony Creek Ponds and the Indian Carry to Upper Saranac Lake. The route then proceeds via Bartletts Carry to Middle Saranac Lake and Lower Saranac Lake, and finally, Lake Flower in Saranac Lake, the village. As extensive as this route appears, it is only the first leg of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, which stretches all the way to Maine. There are over 500 competitors from all over the world. The 90 Miler is open to all age groups and classes, from professional to family recreational there is a group for everyone

Sep 30th 11:00am OkTUPPERfest The Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the annual OkTUPPERfest will be held on September 30th at the Municipal Park from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be entertainment for all ages, including food, beer, games and activities!

Oktoberfest at Whiteface Mt. Saturday, September 30th, 2017 Sunday, October 1st, 2017 Once a year, Whiteface dusts off its lederhosen, fires up the oompah band and enjoys a tall mug of German beer. Oktoberfest is a weekend-long celebration of Bavarian culture, with authentic music, dancing, food and beer. But it's not just about eating and drinking (not that there's anything wrong with that). You'll find complimentary rides for kids and adults, craft vendors and discounted trips on the Cloudsplitter Gondola to the summit of Little Whiteface. The views from up there will make it pretty clear why Fall in the Adirondacks is something worth celebrating.

 

 

October 2017

Oktoberfest at Whiteface Mt. Saturday, September 30th, 2017 Sunday, October 1st, 2017 Once a year, Whiteface dusts off its lederhosen, fires up the oompah band and enjoys a tall mug of German beer. Oktoberfest is a weekend-long celebration of Bavarian culture, with authentic music, dancing, food and beer. But it's not just about eating and drinking (not that there's anything wrong with that). You'll find complimentary rides for kids and adults, craft vendors and discounted trips on the Cloudsplitter Gondola to the summit of Little Whiteface. The views from up there will make it pretty clear why Fall in the Adirondacks is something worth celebrating.

Flaming Leaves Festival Saturday, October 7th, 2017 & Sunday, October 8th, 2017 Come out to the Olympic Jumping Complex for the annual two-day celebration of Fall. Bring the whole family - there's plenty for you to enjoy. North America's top ski jumpers compete, soaring through the air while on the ground below live Blues bands play and barbecue chefs grill up ribs and burgers. Play the day away with various lawns games and check out the craft vendors.

Lake Placid Classic Half Marathon & 10K
10/07/2017 STARTS at the Olympic Skating Oval on Main Street Lake Placid at 8:00am (both distances). FINISHES at the North Elba Show Grounds.

Sat, 10/14/2017 Saranac Lake 6er Relay : 6:00 AM
This Adirondack village will host its third “6er” event ever; the Saranac Lake 6er Relay, a team relay race, on Saturday, October 14, 2017 beginning and ending at Berkeley Green (corner of Main & Broadway).

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November 2017

 

2017 Skate America - Friday, November 24th, 2017 Saturday, November 25th, 2017 Sunday, November 26th, 2017 2017 Bridgestone Skate America is the last event in the 2017 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series. The event will feature 58 athletes representing 12 nations competing over three days in ladies, men’s, pairs and ice dance. The competition, hosted at the 1980 Herb Brooks Arena, will mark the fifth time that Lake Placid has hosted a major international figure skating event.


December 2017

Lake Placid Holiday Village Stroll 12/08/2017, 12/09/2017, 12/10/2017
A Lake Placid tradition, the Stroll is a family and couples weekend chock full of events, entertainment, parties, dining specials and shopping in the fairy-tale winter wonderland of Lake Placid. The weekend includes lots of free kids activities. Santa will be making an appearance in several locations throughout the weekend. There will also be dining specials and live entertainment into the late evening hours.

First Night Saranac Lake Sunday December 31, 2017
You are invited to one of the biggest celebrations of the arts in the North Country this New Years Eve! If you’ve attended before, you know what a great time everyone has ringing in the New Year at this family friendly annual event. Join hundreds of other revelers who’ve been celebrating together for the past nine years. More than a dozen acts at 10 different venues throughout the community will entertain you with some well known names and some new-this-year performers.

 

 

 

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS HERKIMER COUNTY

Old Forge, Inlet New York

September 2017

Sat Sept 2 Plein Air Art Auction - Join us during this exciting evening for the chance to own an original work of Adirondack art, created for and graciously donated to View by some of the region's most highly regarded plein air painters. The event includes the live auction, with more artwork in the lobby by participating artists, consignments, a raffle and more. The event is free and open to the public and all proceeds will go to underwrite programming at View. If you are an artist interested in participating, please contact View Curator, Cory E. Card, at ccard@viewarts.org. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org

Sat Sept 2 Falling Leaves Craft Fair - 10am - 4pm at the Park Ave Building. This show features hand-crafted items only. Come meet the talented artists! There is delicious food available. Admission of $2 to benefit non-profit charities. Anyone interested in renting a booth space can call Pat Wuest at 315-794-4850!

Sun Sept 3 Labor Day Weekend Celebration - Music, Automobile Raffle & Fireworks over the Old Forge Pond. Please call 315-369-6983 for additional information.

Sun Sept 3 CAP-PY Duck Derby - Join in on what is becoming an Adirondack family event. Watch as 3,000 rubber ducks sail down the Moose River. Many great prizes from local sponsors. Sponsored by CAP-21. Please call 315-369-3553 or visit cap-21.org for additional information.

Fri - Sun Sept 8-10 Adirondack 90 Miler Canoe Race This three-day, 90-mile flat water race follows the original highways of the Adirondacks from Old Forge to Saranac Lake. The course offers a mix of lake and river flat water paddling with several carries. Participants receive a T-shirt, mileage pins, awards, camping, snacks, boat shuttles and a post race meal. Entry forms for this race go out via U.S. Mail in June ( email or call before June 1 to be added to the mailing list ). The 90 - Miler is limited to 275 boats. Entry deadline is July 25. Entry fee is $150 per paddler ($125 for AWA members.) call 518-891-2744

Sat Sept 9 Old Forge Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K - The full marathon, half marathon and 5K will take place on established bike (snowmobile in the winter) trails that run between the northeast portion of Old Forge, just north of the Water Safari, and work their way towards Eagle Bay. The trail course is mostly gravel and dirt roads. A true Adirondack experience.

Sat Sept 9 Brewfest - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. BrewFest Craft Beer Festival will take place at the North Street Pavilion in Old Forge, New York. Old Forge on Tap will showcase over 60 releases from some of America's best craft breweries. Attendees will receive three hours of sampling along with a souvenir sampling glass. If you like hanging out in an atmosphere filled with live music, delicious food and great beer, then this is the event for you!Admission is $30 for View members or $40 for non-members. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit ViewArts.org/events or call 315-369-6411 extension 201.

Sun Sept 10 George Orwell’s 1984 - 3pm at VIEW. Performed by Pendragon Theatre adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, Directed by Mason Wagner. A ferocious and provocative adaptation of Orwell's iconic novel. Ticket prices are $22 non-members, $18 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org

Sun Sept 17 Raymond Erickson – 3pm at VIEW. Raymond Erickson, a summer resident for over thirty years, recently returned from a 3-week lecture and performance tour of China and Taiwan, that culminated in a sold-out , all-Bach harpsichord recital in Beijing's celebrated Forbidden City Concert Hall. Ticket prices are $15 non-members, $10 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org

Fri - Sun Sept 22 - 24 Adirondack Music, Art & Food Festival - View. The 3rd Annual Adirondack Music, Art and Food Festival here at View! A weekend full of everything we have to offer! For complete information on performances, please viist https://www.viewarts.org/events/upcoming-events/adirondack-music-art-and-food-festival/ or call 315-369-6411

Thurs Sept 28 Blissville: An Investigation -7pm at the Old Forge Library. A screening of the video project Blissville...An Investigation. It will be followed by Q & A and open discussion with Hank Linhart, film maker. A video about a remote corner of Queens, NY, Blissville is the former name of the tiny triangle bounded by Newtown Creek, the Long Island Expressway, and Calvary Cemetery. The video is not so much a mourning of things past, nor nostalgia, although both those elements are present. It is more about the resiliency of community. For additional information please visit www.OldForgeLibrary.org

October 2017

Sun Oct 1 Neighbor Day with Open House & Pancake Breakfast - 9:30 AM at View. Pancakes will be served with real New York maple syrup made and donated by the students from the Town of Webb and Verona Sherrill school districts from 9:30am to 11:30am. Students from the Town of Webb School District will have a mock maple tapping area to educate others how to tap and create maple syrup. Pancakes provided by Enchanted Forest Water Safari. The event will be free of charge, yet donations are welcome. All donations will go to the youth makerspace movement in the central Adirondacks whose mission is to help create spaces for young people to explore, learn, design, create, and make. After enjoying pancakes, take some time to explore what View has to offer. In the ceramic studio watch a demonstration of wheel throwing, hand building, and glazing. Then make your way to our workshop area to learn about our glass fusion program. Don’t leave the workshop area without checking out the children’s art table, which will be set up for a fun take-home project. In addition to the workshop area, learn the process of exhibition changeover as well as visit information booths about Health and Wellness programs, yoga, essential oils, ladies’ night out, and whole foods cooking classes. Closing out Neighbor Day at 12:50pm we will be holding our drawing for the Hornbeck Canoe raffle, where one lucky ticket holder will be going home with a new canoe!

Mon Oct 2 - March 26 Adult Co-ed Pickleball - Every Monday starting at 6:15pm at the Park Ave Gym.

Wed Oct 4 Old Forge Library Elf Walk Benefit - 3;30pm at the Old Forge Library. Prizes for the most money donated for sponsorship: Individual Prize & Group Prize. Pizza Party Celebration for all participants. Come out and walk with the Library Elves Jingle Belle and Snowflake to support your Library! Please pick up your sponsor form, available now, at the Library check out desk prior to the walk. Funds from the Elf Walk will help sponsor the Adirondack Storytelling and Music Festival to be held in July 2018. For additional information please visit www.OldForgeLibrary.org

Fri Oct 6 - Nov 10 Toddler Story Time - 10am - 10:30am. Every Friday at the Old Forge Library.

Fri Oct 13 Opening Reception: Quilts Unlimited and Keeping with Tradition: Churn Dash - 5pm at View

Sat Oct 14 Quilts Unlimited Lecture and Luncheon - 9am at View. This year will feature a lecture by our Juror of Awards, Renee Fleuranges Valdes. Renee Fleuranges Valdes didn't try quilting until 1999, and never in her wildest dreams did she think this would turn into an insatiable passion. Her favorite part of the process is the free motion quilting. While her focus for the past few years has been on art quilts, she started out making traditional quilts, and had a genuine love for paper-pieced quilts. Her quilts have been shown across the United States, in quilts shows and art galleries, and she has won numerous quilting awards. The event is $20/$15 members, preregistration is required for the luncheon. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org

Tues Oct 24 A Question of Survival - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. A presentation by author Gene Lalonde. Gene will offer insight on the types of emergencies that may be encountered in one’s lifetime and suggestions on how to prepare for and survive them. The author is a survivalist and retired pilot. He currently lives off-grid in Northern NY.

Fri Oct 27 Annual Halloween Costume Party and Contest -2pm at the Old Forge Library. Prizes will be awarded for best costume in Babies through Seniors categories. This year’s judges will be Fred and Carolyn Trimbach. Come and enjoy the treats, crafts and fun! For additional information please visit www.OldForgeLibrary.org

November 2017

Wed Nov 15 Preseason Snomwobile Permit Sale Ends - The Towns of Webb & Inlet Snowmobile Trail Permits are currently on sale for the upcoming winter season. The Pre-Season Permit sale price is $65 per snowmobile until November 15, 2017 and then the price will be $80. Permits can be purchased in person at the Visitors Information Centers in Old Forge or Inlet, through the mail or online. Click here for additional information or to purchase your permit.

Fri - Sun Nov 24 - 26 Adirondack Christmas on Main Street - Area clubs, civic groups and businesses have planned an unforgettable family experience. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in town and they have a surprise for you this year, their reindeer will have a yearling along with them. Families will be treated to old fashioned horse-drawn wagon rides, face painting, tree lightings, a light parade, Zoo Mobile, Puppet Show, pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, Candy Cane Hunt, Reindeer Fun Run and more! All free of charge! Additional venues are also available for your enjoyment. Including the Santa Express Train, holiday arts and crafts at View and Ace Hardware. Keep your antlers on from the Reindeer Run, the fun doesn't stop there -- wear your antlers into the special holiday 2pm matinee at the Strand Theater and receive a free small popcorn and 1/2 price matinee. For additional information please visit http://www.adkchristmasonmain.com/

December 2017

Mon Dec 4 Snowmobile Trails Open for Season - Conditions permiting.

Fri - Sun Dec 8 - 10 Snodeo - The 41st Annual SNODEO will kick-off snowmobile season at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center Pavilion in Old Forge. All four manufacturers will have the 2018 snowmobile models on display. During the weekend, you will find there's so much to do for the entire family. For more information please call (315) 369-6983 or visit www.Snodeo.com

Sat Dec 9 AmSnow Dynotech Research New York Shootout - Chip & Cindy Sauer's Track, behind the Ole Barn. Gates open at 8 a.m. The shootout starts at 11 a.m. - snow or no snow! The spectator fee is $10. Trail riders can run 660 feet for $10. This event will host the four snowmobile manufacturers: Arctic Cat, Ski-Doo, Yamaha, and Polaris, as well as shop-modified runs. We put the newest stock snowmobiles on the radar gun for the first time to see which one can claim bragging rights as the 2017-18 snowmobile season gets underway. But that's not all! You'll also witness some of North America's top performance shops showcasing their products down Chip & Cindy Sauer's quarter-mile track behind The Ole Barn restaurant. Plenty of food, beverages, and fun to be had. This is one wild snowmobile party you don't want to miss! For additional information visit http://www.adirondackexperience.com/inlet/new-york-shootout

 

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September 2017

 

September 3, 2017 Oak Runner Mountain Trail Run
Take your pick of a 5 or 10K race up Oak Mountain! Registration starts at 7:30 am and the race begins at 9! Come out and race for a good cause. There is a $25 entry fee, with proceeds benefiting Youth Activities in Hamilton County

September 9th - 10th 2017 30th Annual Rustic Furniture Fair Adirondack Museum- Blue Mountain LK, NY
Visit the museum during this festival weekend and you'll see unique interpretations of classic and contemporary rustic art presented in handcrafted furniture, furnishings, and Adirondack paintings. If you are looking for the perfect piece of furniture for your home or camp, look no further. Renowned artisans from all over the United States will showcase and sell their one-of-a-kind creations during the event, discuss custom-made pieces, and answer your questions about their work. This event is included with general museum admission.


September 16, 2017 Inlet Fall Festival - Loomis Road, Inlet 13360 FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARKING! FREE SHUTTLE! FREE ENTERTAINMENT! The Town of Inlet proudly presents the 24th annual Fall Festival. Over 50 vendors will offer a multitude of products in Fern Park. Rustic furniture, clothing, jams, candles, photography, stoneware, jewelry and much more! There will be children’s activities, raffles, live music, jugglers and food.


September 23, 2017 Long Boat Regatta - 10 a.m., The Long Lake Long Boat Regatta will begin at the Long Lake Town Beach. A competitive event featuring war canoes and C4 boats kicks off from the Long Lake Town Beach around 10am. Spectators are encouraged to attend. Boats paddle to the south end of the lake and back up towards Round Island. Paddlers from all over the north east converge on this fun, yet competitive event for a $5000 purse. A great place to get your last big paddle in before the cold air totally dominates the waters.

 

September 23 - 24 2017 8th Annual Great Adirondack Moose Festival
The Great Adirondack Moose Festival is designed to offer a purely Adirondack Experience for everyone, including: wilderness-guided hikes, a self-guided driving tour of the Moose River Plains, fly casting demonstrations and talks, Moose Calling Contest, Indian Lake Museum Open House, Moosterpiece Games and Activities for children, Crafters and Vendors in the Big Moose Tent, Old Fashion Turkey Shoot, North Country Sidewalk Sales, White Water Rafting and Bruce the Moose and Smokey Bear souvenir photos.

 

October 2017

Sunday, October 1st, 2017 -Oaktoberfest Visit Oak Mountain for their very own OAKtoberfest! Enjoy a craft fair, a strolling magic show, a bouncy house for the kids, face painting and more, all with no admission fee! The Old Main will be performing live music and scenic chairlift rides are available for $5 per person. And don't forget about the food!

October 7, 2017 Adirondack Kids Day Arrowhead Park and Downtown Inlet. Free Family Activities & Events Paddling – Knot Tying – Face Painting – Horseback Riding – Live Raptors Featuring Children's Authors & Illustrators Fair & the French Louie's Fishing Derby Brought to you by the Adirondack Kids, Adirondack Reader, French Louie ADK Sports and Kiwanis of the Central Adirondacks


October 14, 2017 - Breast Cancer Awareness Ride
176 State Route 28, Inlet 13360 Pedals & Petals will host their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Ride, featuring a 11.6 Mile Loop or 20.8 Mile Loop, family-friendly group rides, leaving from Pedals & Petals shop at 10am and riding down the scenic South Shore Road and back. Fun-Family ride for all ages and abilities Prizes! Prizes! Prizes! They have partnered with some great companies to provide awesome door prizes! Goodie bags for all pre-registered riders Marked route and on-route support Refreshment


October 27, 2017 - Halloween Parade & Party
Parade begins in the church parking lots and ends at Inlet Town Hall. Then join us at the Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services Building for costume judging and treats for everyone. Sponsored by the Inlet Youth Commission.

November 2017

Friday, November 24th, 2017 -Saturday , November 25th, 2017 Indian Lake Country Christmas Tour
“Made in the Adirondacks” is the theme for the 20th Annual Indian Lake Country Christmas Tour, which gives visitors an inside view of the lives and work of many local and regional artisans and crafters. This town-wide holiday activity is designed to promote community pride and holiday spirit. This annual event is a self-guided tour to visit artisans and crafters who offer a variety of holiday gift items for sale in their homes, Indian Lake Central School Gym and various locations throughout town. While parents shop for their holiday gifts, youngsters are invited to attend the “Gifts to Give” Children’s Workshopon Saturday morning at St. Mary’s church hall, which is designed to engage youngsters in hands-on activities as they make their holiday gifts. Santa Claus promises to visit during the workshop as well as at crafter locations and the Indian Lake Central School Gym during the afternoon.


Friday, November 24th, 2017 Holiday Stroll
Join us for the Annual Holiday Stroll around Speculator. Take advantage of great sales and gift certificate promotions available at many of the participating businesses.

 

December 2017


Sunday, December 10th, 2017 Cookie Swap Inlet Town Hall 160 Route 28, Inlet 13360 ,
Bring 3 dozen of your favorite Christmas cookies – they can be all the same or three different kinds – and bring the recipes to share! Coffee & hot chocolate will be served. Everyone will get to take home a 3 dozen assortment of cookies! Copies of the recipes will be made so you can bake your new favorites at home


December 31, 2017 Champagne Bus
Bring in the New Year safely by hopping aboard the SS Minnow, making stops at participating establishments. Will also pick you up & bring you home if you are in the Inlet or Eagle Bay area. Rides are free! Bus is paid for by the participating establishments. Driver & navigator are volunteering their time, please tip them well. If you would like schedule a pick up from home, call 315-357-5501 before noon on December 31st. You can also contact the bus directly on NEw Year's Eve between 8pm-2am at 315-281-6533.

 

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