There’s so much good stuff happening in our region!
“Tis the season for wonderful activities and goings-on, from art and craft galleries, fairs and festivals, the performing arts including theatre, concerts and musical performances, classes and workshops, museums, restaurants, nightclubs and breweries.
You can find out about the happenings by going to the ADK A&E website HERE and clicking on “Events” at the upper left. Then use the search bar to search by type of event or location—or just browse through the listings. With such a wealth of offerings, you’ll find so much to do!
Just a few examples:
How about a concert of Middle Eastern Music? Visit HERE for details.
Or perhaps any of a variety of gallery shows? Go HERE.
Even maybe shopping opportunities, like this one in Wilmington, details HERE.
There’s something there to suit everyone’s taste!
More events and activities are added everyday, so you’ll want to check back on a regular basis to see what’s new.
And if you’d like to list your organization’s activities on the Events page, just follow the directions for submission under “Upcoming Events” to create your user account and submit your information. There’s no cost for you to add your events.
NCPR Interview with Todd Moe on Launch of Au Sable Forks Mural Project
We covered “A Call for Outdoor Mural Proposals” in Monday’s ADK A&E’s e-News. It’s a wonderful project you can read about HERE.
Now listen in as NCPR’s Todd Moe chats with Tahawus Center’s Rebecca Kelly about the project HERE.
Trillium Chamber Players at The Hand House
Trillium Chamber Players will perform Saturday Dec. 3, at 7:00 pm at the Hand House, Elizabethtown, NY The ensemble includes Patricia McCarty, viola; Janice Kyle, oboe; and Timothy Mount, piano. The program includes works by Bach, D’Rivera, Klughardt, Vieuxtemps, John Hawkins, and Marjan Mozetich.
More information is HERE.
Celebrate the Holiday Season at the 5th Annual Caroga Arts Tree Lighting on the grounds of Sherman’s Park!
More details HERE.
Sherman’s Park, W Caroga Lake Shore Road, Caroga Lake
Get Your Holiday Shopping Done at the ADKX Store!
The ADKX Store will be OPEN, Friday, November 25 and Saturday, November 26, 10 am – 4 pm for all your holiday needs!
Shop our unique selection of holiday gifts including jewelry, Adirondack-themed books, toys, clothes, and more.
Can’t make it to the store? Shop online anytime HERE.
Adirondack Experience, 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake
NCPR Under the Stars
At the Adirondack Sky Center and Observatory
Join Todd Moe and Monica Sandreczki for a star-filled evening at the Adirondack Observatory in Tupper Lake!
You tune in to Northern Light every month for astronomy news. Now, meet St. Lawrence University astronomer Aileen O’Donoghue in person! Aileen and the crew at the observatory will talk about the Pleiades star cluster, take us on a tour of the night sky, and lead us in constellation trivia.
We’ll enjoy a cup of mulled cider and a doughnut while taking a peak through the telescopes.
Plus, Aileen will read us a bedtime story of, “Good Night, Moon” to send us on our way!
Tickets are free, but registration required; don’t forget to register HERE.
NOTE: This is an outdoor event. Dress for the weather and bring a lawn chair! Also, this event is weather dependent If it’s cloudy or snowy, we’ll postpone until a later date.
The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory 178 Big Wolf Road, Tupper Lake
Rockin’ Tree Lighting with DJ Cruz
Sunday, November 27th, 5:30 pm, Ticonderoga Community Building
Join us as we light the community Christmas Tree, listen to holiday music, enjoy a campfire & more. All kids in attendance will help count down to the tree lighting. Children will also be able to get their photo with Santa next to the tree. Parents bring your cameras and cellphones to snap a photo. Take and Make Cookie Decorating Kits available, provided by Silver Bay YMCA Teen Center. A must do holiday event!
More info on the tree lighting and other events in the Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas is HERE.
La Serpiente Danza Contemporánea
A Modern Dance Company Direct from Mexico
November 18, 2022, 7:30 pm
On its debut tour in the United States, this independent contemporary dance company is based out of Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico. Since their first production in 2001, they have created their own style of feeling and communicating with the world, creating an ensemble that is a convergence of movement and the aesthetic vision of the group’s members. Treatise About the Line is a contemporary dance performance that explores the complexity of bodies moving through space and time.
View a trailer HERE.
Tickets and more info HERE.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid