Adirondack A&E e-News # 193

Job Opening: Communications Manager

(ACW is growing!)

As ACW continues to grow in its reach, impact, and size, we’re adding a third member to our staff (neither Nathalie or Tyler are leaving).

Details are HERE.

Winter scene by Manuel Palacios, Zone 3 Photography

Photographer Manuel Palacios to Lead Two Winter Photography Workshops in March

The Adirondack Land Trust invites shutterbugs with an interest in environmental conservation to join a free, virtual winter photography workshop Wednesday, March 1, noon-1:30 pm with landscape photographer Manuel Palacios. Beginners and pros will find new ideas for creating impactful winter photographs. There is no limit to the number of participants for this virtual workshop.

Palacios will share his favorite photography techniques and approaches to winter photography—from special equipment needs for shooting in harsh and unforgiving winter conditions to finding ways to use the elements of the season to express a deeper connection to the landscape.

For those interested in applying lessons learned from the virtual workshop, Palacios will lead a free in-person session Saturday, March 4, 3 – 6 pm at an Adirondack Land Trust conservation site in Lake Placid. The field workshop is limited to 10 participants. Prior attendance at the virtual event is recommended, but not required.

More info and register HERE.

Au Sable Forks Free Library Presents

Lake Placid High School Presents

Rainbow Twirlers, Family Craft Program

Wednesday, March 1, 4 – 5 pm

For this program, participants will use paper plates, markers, and colored paper to make a their own rainbow twirler with a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! This program is free but requires a reservation.

To register, please call (518)793-2826 by Tuesday, February 28 at 4pm. Parental participation is encouraged and supervision is required.

Chapman Museum, 348 Glen St, Glens Falls

The Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet at Winter Coffeehouse Concert Series

The Finger Lakes Guitar Quartetis the union of four veteran guitarists, Joel Brown, Sten Isachsen, Brett Grigsby and Paul Quigley. The group’s repertoire spans several centuries and includes music that was written for and premiered by them. FLGQ recently appeared with the (Grammy Award winning) Albany Symphony (New York) in the world premiere of Evan Mack’s Forever Wild for Guitar Quartet and Orchestra.

They have performed for the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society, the Great Lakes Guitar Society, for the Mid-Hudson Valley Guitar Society, at the Hudson Valley Community College Guitar Festival, for the Upstate New York Classical Guitar Society, as well as numerous colleges, festivals, and performing arts venues.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St, North Creek

Frozen, Fire & Lights Festival

More details, including event locations, are HERE.

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