Local lumbering skills — featuring world-class male and female lumberjacks — as well as re-enactors of local history are featured at a traditional summer festival in rural Stony Creek.
The Town of Long Lake announces the line up for the third Annual RondeauFest Summer Music Event.
The Dust Bunnies will present a concert at the United Methodist Church in Long Lake at 730 p.m. on August 7.
Various genres of music, drama, comedy, are all in store the next several weeks in northern Warrren County, thanks to the Tri-Lakes Business Alliance.
This September, Lake George will be hosting its first ever two-day rock and country music festival with nationally renowned groups.
The annual Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival, renowned for hosting some of the most talented performers of authentic mountain music, is to be held from Aug. 14 through Aug. 17 this year.
The acclaimed Stony Creek Band, purveyor of infectious country-rock and Americana roots music, is scheduled to perform in Chestertown Thursday July 24 on the lawn of the Chester Municipal Center beginning at 5:30 p.m.. The free concert is an installment of the Music on Main Street series.
The North Creek Mosaic Project has received much support for this coming summer, and will be offering chances for residents and visitors to “make their mark” on the second panel of the mural.
Local Adirondack Artist and Long Lake native Matthew Burnett will begin installing a series of outdoor paintings entitled Portraits in the Wilderness starting Friday, July 11.
The Honeybee Community Fund has awarded annual grants to the following 28 people, businesses, nonprofits, and community organizations in Essex County.
Catwalk fundraiser to benefit emergency medical services
Runway fashion is set to be the talk of the town in North Creek on June 20.
With small agriculture and local produce markets flourishing throughout the North Country, Adirondack Harvest has announced the location of region farmer’s markets for the 2014 season.
Iconic roadside giant rooster again attracts patrons
A diner that was a focal point of the community for decades has been revived as a full-service restaurant complete with full bar service. Although much has changed, the giant rooster that drew in customers for more than 50 years is back on its roadside perch.
People can roll up their pant legs and stomp grapes, eat hearty traditional foods, admire European crafts while keeping their children occupied with a variety of activities at the Lake George Italian Festival Saturday May 17 and Sunday May 18.
Planning for the Alice M. Ives Memorial art show to be on display at the North Creek Library in the near future continues.