Adirondack A&E e-News # 17


Located at 52 Main Street in Saranac Lake, NY, the Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery has been successfully in business since 1997. Over thirty regional fine artists have participated as members in this year-round gallery. The work displayed continues to express the vitality and quality of fine art in the Adirondacks.

Read Robin Caudell’s excellent piece in the Press-Republican on the guild HERE.


Sunday, January 9th, 2022, Second Sunday Storytime

On the second Sunday of January, at 4 pm, The Bookstore Plus will host a virtual storytime.

We have missed all the children in our store and look forward to making new connections as safely as possible! All children (especially children at heart) are welcome! Join us via Facebook Live!

Our theme for January is Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

We will read “A Place to Land” by Barry Wittenstein and illustrated by Jerry Pinkey!

Tune in via Facebook Live HERE to learn about the men and women who inspired MLK Jr. to write one of the greatest speeches in our history.

The Bookstore Plus
2491 Main Street
Lake Placid, NY 12946
(518) 523-2950 Phone
(518) 523-3591 Fax


We did i—thanks to you! With fifteen days left in our Kickstarter campaign, we’ve met our goal to raise $18,500! Huge thanks to the 104 of those that backed us and helped us achieve this landmark goal to revive the Ausable Theater!

A reminder that we still have a few days left and any additional support is greatly appreciated! Our campaign officially ends on January 20!

As many of you know, we purchased the well loved theater located in the close-knit town of Au Sable Forks. We reached the crucial moment in our project: purchasing a new efficient HVAC system and with your help, it is happening!

With this help from our friends, we aim to celebrate the reopening of the Ausable Theater in September 2022.

We look forward to your support and thank you!

Norman & Jason

You can still donate HERE.

1777 Preparing for the Coming Campaign

Virtual Living History Event
Saturday, 01/15/2022, 10 am

Watch on Fort Ticonderoga’s Facebook page HERE from the comfort of your home. This virtual event brings to life American soldiers at Ticonderoga in the year 1777 as they prepare for a British attack.

In the winter of 1777, as snow piled up, soldiers worked busily to build barracks, repair cannons, clothe, arm, and equip soldiers for another campaign season. Discover the incredible story of the last year of American-held Ticonderoga, set in the stark beauty of winter. Experience the flash of musketry, roar of cannons, and understand the intricate drill that allowed for their safe use then and now.

More information is HERE.

Fort Ticonderoga , Ticonderoga, New York

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