Adirondack A&E e-News # 142


Due to unforeseen circumstances the exhibit at Tannery Pond Community Center,, in the Widlund Gallery for the Photography by Adam DeSorbo has been canceled. at the last minute.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience.


November 1, 2, & 4 | 7 pm, Free
This series takes place on Zoom

Join us for a virtual three-part Adirondacks for All Symposium. This event builds on the eight-part series featured this summer and provides further opportunity for public engagement on critical issues relevant well beyond the Adirondacks.

Reframing Adirondack History
Tuesday, November 1, 7 pm
With Amy Godine, Paul A. Miller, and Darren Bonaparte
Learn more and register HERE.

Wilderness for All
Wednesday, November 2, 7 pm
With Benita Law-Diao, Stephanie Morningstar, and Annie Cree
Learn more and register HERE.

Using Policy and Preservation to Foster an Adirondacks for All
Friday, November 4, 7 pm
With Aaron Mair
Learn more and register HERE.

A Night Walk

Sign up for A Night Walk HERE.

Howl Story Slam: Bolton Landing Brewing Co.

November 2, 7 pm

Theme: All in a Day’s Work
Pay What You Can $5-10 (Cash, Check, or Venmo adkctr4writing)
All attendees pay at the door (no pre-registration or ticket sales).

More info is HERE.

Bolton Landing Brewing Company, 4933 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing

The Haunted Hamlet

Halloween fun for the whole family in Essex, NY

On Saturday, October 29th Essex, NY will transform into The Haunted Hamlet. The fun begins at 2 pm with jack-o-lantern carving, a kid-friendly scavenger-hunt at 3 pm, and a “no scare” tour of our Haunted Town Hall at 4 pm. “Full scare” tours for older kids and adults run from 5 – 8 pm.

When you’ve had your fill of thrills, join us on Main Street! The block in front of Town Hall will be closed to automobiles for music, dancing, hot cider, popcorn, s’mores around the campfire, and more!.

But that’s not all! The Haunted Town Hall reopens from 4-8 pm on Monday, October 31st, and trick-or-treating kicks off on Main Street at 5 pm.

For more information and the latest updates visit HERE.

Halloween Bash feat: Chestnut Grove & Muddy Ruckus at Waterhole Music Lounge

Saturday, October 29, 7:30 pm

Costume Party & Contest!

Chestnut Grove is Shake, Rattle, Rock’n’Roll— five best friends making music

Muddy Ruckus is a rock duo of “darkly inventive americana” according to the New York Music Daily. Guitarist Ryan Flaherty and drummer Erika Stahl of Portland, Maine play a grungy style of railroad indie punk blues. This stripped-down power-duo blends rootsy guitar and edgy percussion on a suitcase drum kit, and is known for a full rock band sound.

Tickets are HERE.

Waterhole Music Lounge, 48 Main St, Saranac Lake

The Adirondack Carousel Halloween Bash!

October 31, 3 – 5 pm, Free!

The Adirondack Carousel will once again be hosting its annual Halloween Bash! From 3-5 pm on Monday October 31st, stop down to the Adirondack Carousel on Depot Street for Free Apple Cider, Free Donuts, Free Carousel Rides and of course CANDY for trick-or-treaters!

Adirondack Carousel, 2 Depot Street, Saranac Lake

Virtual Author Series featuring Christian McBurney

Sunday, November 6, 2022 @ 2 –3 pm, via ZOOM

Cost: Fort Ticonderoga Members: FREE , General Public: $10.

Christian McBurney speaks on his new book, Dark Voyage: An American Privateer’s War Against the British Slave Trade in Africa (Westholme, 2022). The book is fascinating microhistory of an American privateer that sails to the coast of Africa and attacks a British slave trading post and British slave ships. It is also a vehicle to learn about the British slave trade, which dominated the worldwide slave trade at the time of the War of Independence. The book further details for the first time other American privateers capturing numerous British slave ships just before they reached their destinations in the Caribbean, with the consequence of seriously disrupting and virtually halting the British slave trade.

You must register for this program by 5 pm Friday, November 4th.

More info and register HERE.

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