Members of the Our Town Theatre Group (OTTG) will be performing a mystery thriller this weekend featuring an eccentric actor and a séance in a Connecticut castle during “Postmortem,” a play by Ken Ludwig.
Writing is good medicine, at least for Dr. Daniel Way, but the jury’s still out on self-publishing.
At Lake George Oktoberfest's debut in 2012, the resort village's main street was filled with people celebrating and dancing to German music. This year's edition —set for Saturday Oct. 12 and Sunday Oct. 13 — is expected to be just as fun and popular.
Town officials here are inviting residents and visitors to join them this holiday weekend for a backcountry hike, a Harvest Craft Fair and a night of jazz music.
The Cabin Fever Players are planning a special event for Columbus Day Weekend to raise funds for their next project, expected in March 2015.
In the midst of the peak leaf-changing season, in the heart of the Adirondacks, the Adirondack Museum’s annual Fall Fest will offer autumn activities for everyone in the family, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5.
The event was inspired by the best-selling children’s book series, “The Adirondack Kids,” by Gary and Justin VanRiper. The father-and-son writing team from Camden created and launched The Adirondack Kids in 2001, which revolves around three best friends who grow up in the Adirondacks along the Fulton Chain of Lakes, with Inlet as their home base. There are now 13 books in the series with more than 115,000 copies sold.
Sen. Betty Little (R-Queensbury) won the raffle held at the “Last Piece Party” on Sunday, Sept. 29.
Joined by sister, aunt in Ellenburg for online viewing
For those here in the Gibson Brothers family who couldn’t make it to Raleigh, N.C. Thursday, Sept. 26 to see “the boys” win four International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) awards, watching the ceremony on the computer was the next best thing.
The Champlain Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines will commemorate 45 years of harmony at a show reflectively titled “Celebrate” Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. in the newly renovated Strand Theatre. The festivities will include performances by veteran group members, including the performance of an original member.
Lake George is becoming known for its celebrations, and the latest is likely to extend that reputation. Billed to be Lake George's largest party yet of its kind, the Festival for the Lake is occurring this weekend, with a street fair complete with beer and wine, a lineup of musical entertainment, casino games, and a children's carnival.
Pastel artist Dave Francis, PSA and sculptural artist Serena Kovalosky will spark your imagination with Toys & Gilded Treasures in the Widlund Gallery at Tannery Pond Sept. 28 - Oct. 23.
More than 100 people packed the Tannery Pond Community Center the evening of Friday, Sept. 6 to see the local premiere of “Approaching Normal,” an independent film shot in and around North River.
Between sets on the Plattsburgh Bluegrass Festival’s big stage Saturday, Sept. 14, Eric and Leigh Gibson stepped into a garage-like stall of Building 16 at the Clinton County Fairgrounds to give a songwriting workshop.
Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival Sept. 28
Fort Ticonderoga will celebrate fall in the Adirondacks with its Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival. The day-long event will be held Saturday, Sept. 28.