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"Ichthyography" Art Show featuring the works of Stephen Mutsugoroh Di Cerbo
June 15, 2023 to July 09, 2023
If you are an art lover and a fishermen or woman, this is one art show you will not want to miss! You are welcome to attend and experience ICHTHYOGRAPHY: The works of Stephen Mutsugoroh DI Cerbo. An exhibit of prints, drawings, and paintings created from the experiences and vision of an Adirondack Fine Artist and Science Illustrator and certified Japanese Printmaking Master. The show will be held from June 15th - July 9th. at the Ticonderoga Arts Downtown Gallery located at 119 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga NY. The opening reception will be on Friday, June 16th, from 5-7pm. There will be a LIVE Gyotaku Printing Demo on Saturday, July 8th from 4pm - 5:30pm/ Beginners Direct Gyotaku Workshop on Saturday, July 15th (@Remote Location - Stormtree Studio, North Hudson, NY). Gallery viewing hours for Ichthyography Exhibition at Ticonderoga Arts Gallery will be Thursday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm.
Painted Pony Championship Rodeo
June 30, 2023 to September 04, 2023
Painted Pony Championship Rodeo is located 5 miles from Lake George Village. This rodeo is a professional rodeo where professional cowboys from around the country come to compete. Not only can you witness a traditional rodeo but you can enjoy an amazing BBQ, children's activities, and an after party! This is one event you will want to try to attend when visiting the Southern Adirondacks! For more information visit their website!
53rd Annual Arts & Crafts Fair
July 22, 2023 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
The Schroon Lake Association will be holding its 53rd Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, July 22, 2023 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. This extremely popular fair is held in the Town Park overlooking Schroon Lake. All the profits that the SLA derives from the Fair go toward our continuing efforts to protect and maintain the health and welfare of the lake (e.g., hiring a certified lake manager as a consultant, funding scientific studies of the lake water, underwriting the fees involved in CSLAP and ensuring that there are sufficient funds for milfoil harvesting).
2023 Handlebarley Ride
September 16, 2023 to September 17, 2023
This mixed surface ride has it all, the best of which is that 95% of the route is on rural southern Adirondack backroads and it starts and finishes at Paradox Brewery. Dates: September 16-17 Location: North Hudson Mileage: 20 & 42 options Participation Cap: 150 riders Benefits: Penfield Homestead Museum Now in its third year, the 2023 Handlebarley will feature two incredible fall days of gravel riding in the southern Adirondacks. Whether you ride one, or both days, you're in for some of the areas most incredible dirt... and views. Best part is you can sign up to ride just Saturday, only Sunday, or make it a weekend and go the full monty. Registration discounts are available for groups signing up for the full weekend. The event officially kicks off late Saturday afternoon with a 20-mile out-and-back route from Paradox Brewery to stunning Elk Lake Lodge. Riders will enjoy an insanely smooth section of gravel en route to one of the most stunning spots in the Adirondacks. Once there, we'll take a tour of the property before cruising back to the brewery. Sunday is all about the original Handlebarley route featuring 42 miles of some of rolling paved and gravel terrain showcasing historic farms, 1800's stacked stone walls, remnants of old mills, and sweet smelling cedar groves. The highlight of this route is a rest stop in Ironville at the Penfield Homestead Museum. Built in 1827 by Allen Penfield whose son, Captain James Penfield, was a Union officer in the Civil War. It features original artifacts from the Penfield family and other historic Crown Point homes, as well as exhibits covering the local iron industry, town history and involvement in the Civil War. To cap it off, we'll celebrate a fabulous ride with a pizza feast, delicious craft beer and live music at the brewery.
2023 Annual Schroon Lake Fish & Game Club Lobster & Chicken Bake
September 16, 2023 - 1:30pm - 9:00pm
The 2023 Schroon Lake Fish & Game Club Annual Lobster & Chicken Bake! WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, September 16, 2023 at the Club Grounds. This event is open to the public. Event starts at noon! The club bar will be open at noon as well. Ticket choices: - Lobster & Chicken Dinner: $40.00 - Lobster Only Dinner: $30.00 - Chicken Only Dinner: $20.00 Included with your ticket: Corn on the Cob, Manhattan and New England Clam Chowder, Fresh roast pork, Potato Salad and Coleslaw Tickets are available for purchase at the following locations between: TICKET PURCHASE LOCATIONS WILL BE POSTED CLOSER TO THE EVENT DATE! BAKE TICKETS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE THE DAY OF THE BAKE, THEY MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE. If you are not available to go to the above locations for tickets or you are not local to get a ticket, please call 518-532-7953! ALL TICKETS MUST BE BOUGHT BY SEP 9th! Chicken will be served from 1:30 -2:30pm Lobster will be served from 3-4pm Hotdogs, hamburgers, sausage and peppers will also be available for purchase! Live music will be provided! There will also be Horseshoe Tournament and Cornhole tournaments! Bonfire will be after dusk! Kids bouncy bounce will be available as well for all kids!
Total Solar Eclipse of 2024
April 08, 2024
On April 8, 2024, towns in the Adirondack Hub will be the perfect place to view the Great American Solar Eclipse. This isn't just an amazing sight, it's also rare! Total solar eclipses happen over the same place on earth about once every 400 years; you won't want to miss this! What time will the Eclipse take place in North Hudson, New York? The total duration of the April 8, 2024 eclipse will be 2 hours and 24 minutes. Partial totality begins at 2:13:10 pm Full totality begins at 3:26:00 pm Maximum totality at 3:27:01 pm Full totality ends at 3:28:02 pm Partial totality ends at 4:36:57 pm What can you do to prepare for the Eclipse? Viewing a total solar eclipse in the Adirondacks is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and folks from all over will be visiting. As such, finding lodging before your trip is paramount to having the best possible time while you're here! Since the Eclipse is happening April 8, weather conditions will be variable. Be sure to come prepared, dress appropriately, and stay informed on the weather. If you're looking to get out on the trail, be mindful that it's shoulder season, and your route may be a mix of ice, snow, and mud. Pick a low elevation trail, practice Leave No Trace ethics, and Love Your ADK.
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