Tahaawus – Space for Ideas and Room to Move
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Lessons in Thread; Unstitched
Conversations with the Past
Taryn Matusik, 7pm at the Chapman, free
What is an embroidered sampler? Taryn will be sharing the origins of her embroidered sampler project, the findings of her research on the history and importance of the embroidered sampler, as well as her art making process.
This program is free but requires a reservation, to register, please call (518)793-2826.
Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls
Living History Event: “A Day Longer in the Field”
Join Fort Ticonderoga for an exciting one-day living history event this Saturday, November 12, 2022 from 10 am – 4pm. In honor of Veterans Day, this event is free to active and retired military personnel. Admission is free for Fort Ticonderoga members and Ticonderoga Ambassador Pass Holders.
Meet American Provincial soldiers who were eager to go home at the end of the 1759 Campaign. With Ticonderoga and Crown Point captured, these American soldiers worked alongside British Regulars to prepare Fort Ticonderoga for winter and the following season’s advance into the heart of New France. Witness how the soldiers in 1759 dealt with the harsh realities of winter on the northern frontier.
More info HERE.
SUNY Plattsburgh Arts & Craft Fair is returning for its 50th Anniversary!
Saturday, November 12 from 10 to 5
Sunday, November 13 from 10 to 3
Located within the just-renovated SUNY Plattsburgh Field House. General admission is $5 at the door. Children under 12 and SUNY Plattsburgh students (with campus ID) enjoy free entry.
The Plattsburgh Arts & Crafts Fair will offer shoppers more than 100 vendors selling specialty crafted items like pottery, quilts, jewelry, holiday décor and more.
More info including a list of vendors HERE.
SUNY Plattsburgh Field House, 167 Rugar Street, Plattsburgh
“Beyond the Peaks: Filmmaking 101” Workshop
Join us at Mountain Lake PBS in Plattsburgh on November 28th, from 10-2, for a free “Filmmaking 101” Workshop!
Learn key audio/video techniques and storytelling best practices, and gain insight into the Beyond the Peaks Festival entry categories during a one-day workshop, open to students and teachers. Culminating with optional group work time and 1-on-1 sessions with professional media-makers, this is a great chance to enhance your skills while meeting peer film and video buffs from across the region.
Sign up today to reserve your spot! Registration is limited and closes on Monday, November 21st.
Find out more and register HERE.
Adirondack Center for Writing Seeks Feedback in New Survey
The Adirondack Center for Writing (ACW) has launched a survey to solicit feedback from individuals of all ages around the North Country. Participants have a chance to win a $100 cash giveaway, with all survey responses remaining anonymous.
The brief questionnaire takes about six minutes to complete, and is open now through Tuesday, November 22nd. It is available HERE and on ACW’s website. Questions include:
What do you think the Adirondack Center for Writing does?
What kinds of programs or events would you like to see ACW offer?
Who should we collaborate with in your community?
“Even if you’re not sure what we do, or have never participated in any of our programs, we want to hear from you,” says ACW Communications Manager Tyler Barton. “There are no wrong answers.”