Adirondack A&E e-News # 340




The 2024 Winter Carnival

Friday, February 2 – Sunday, February 11

The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival has been a tradition since 1897, and is one of the oldest winter carnivals in the United States. We are proud to be part of this long-standing tradition and to be able to share it with the world.

Our mission is to preserve the legacy of Saranac Lake and to ensure that the tradition of the winter carnival continues for generations to come.

Get ready for a scary good time, because this year’s theme is “Creepy Carnival”!

See the full schedule of events HERE.


Special Screening

Legend Has It

Saturday, February 3, 2024, 5 pm, doors open
5:30 pm, History of the Jackrabbit Slideshow by the one and only Tony Goodwin
6 pm, Intermission/Raffle
6:15 pm, Legend Has It (Run Time – 80 Minutes)

Barkeater Trails Alliance (BETA) is psyched to host a showing of Teton Gravity Research’s Legend Has It!

Learn more and reserve your free ticket HERE.

North Country School, 4382 Cascade Road, Lake Placid


Historic Scare-Anac Lake

Tuesday, February 6, 2024
3 – 5 pm

​Attention, spooky students! Get ready for an unforgettable experience at “Historic Scare-anac Lake.” This event is a thrilling combination of history, haunts, and hands-on activities designed for students aged 5-12. Join us at the Saranac Laboratory Museum to explore the fascinating and spooky side of history. The event is free to attend for students and chaperones, though donations are accepted.

Saranac Laboratory Museum, ​89 Church Street, Saranac Lake


Paint with Patrice

Acrylic Painting Workshop

Thursday, February 8, 2024,1 – 3 pm

Art Instructor Patrice Jarvis-Weber brings her ever-popular acrylic painting workshops to LARAC again this year. Participants will practice art skills exploring color, form, value and proportions, using acrylic paints to create a finished 8”x8” painting, while learning a little about the inspiration for this workshop: “Two Pink Roses” created by African-American artist Horace Pippin in 1940.

Register HERE.

LARAC Mountain Gallery, 21 Bay Street, Glens Falls


Wednesday, February 7, 4 – 5 pm a

This month, participants can create “Love Bugs” using paper tubes, pipe cleaners, glue, construction paper, and more!

This program is free but requires a reservation.

To register, please call (518)793-2826. Parental participation is encouraged, and supervision is required.

Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls


6 Week Multi-Level Wheel Throwing Pottery Class

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 thru March 12, 10 am – 3 pm

No previous pottery experience required! Friendly and approachable teacher, Kristen Martin, will provide demonstrations and hands on instruction covering the fundamentals of wheel throwing. Students will learn how to prepare clay, center, open, pull shape and trim clay on the wheel and then finish their pieces with glaze. Those with previous experience will be able to refine their throwing techniques, build new skills and challenge themselves with more advanced and consistent forms.

The first 3 hours will be demonstration and instruction followed by 2 hours of supervised practice time. Supplies included. Additional firing tickets may be required.

Register HERE.

The View Arts center, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge


Music Over the Marsh

 ET

Saturday, February 3, 2 pm

PSC students Emily Pulcini and Tanner Pignone join together to create ET, an out-of-this world jam band featuring rocking guitar and killer vocals.

When ET isn’t together, you’ll find Tanner shredding for his other band, Bull Rush Bay, and Emily helping out with her father’s band, Amy’s Wish. These two love making music together, and hope you enjoy it too!

Live music included with a Day or Season pass.

Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths


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