Adirondack A&E e-News # 345

Story Walk at Cascade Welcome Center

Storytime at the Museum: The ABCs of Black History by Rio Cortez

Tuesday, February 20, 2 pm
In celebration of Black History Month, we will read the book The ABCs of Black History by Rio Cortez, then color pictures of famous Black and African American figures. This program is free.

A Chapter & Cookies: Nugget & Bandit’s First Winter by Rachel Vogel

Wednesday, February 21, 3 pm
Author Rachel Vogel will share a chapter from her newest book Nugget & Bandit’s First Winter, while participants enjoy a snack.

Rachel’s books will be available for purchase at the Museum. For this program, a participation fee of $1/ per person is required at the time of reservation.

Both of these programs are intended for children ages 5-9 but are open to all. Parental participation is encouraged and supervision is required. To register, please call (518) 793-2826.

Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls

Intro to Soft Pastels

With Catherine LaPointe-Vollmer

Saturday, February 17, 10 to 12 pm, Ages 16+

Dive into the world of soft pastels!

Join instructor Catherine LaPointe-Vollmer as she guides you through different soft pastel techniques and materials.

Register HERE.

SLC Arts Temp Location, 45 Market Street, Potsdam

The Bookstore Plus Presents

Author Signing with Maxwell Eaton III

Saturday, February 17, 2024, 1 – 3 pm

The Bookstore Plus is excited to host local author and illustrator, Maxwell Eaton III to celebrate his newest picture book, Looking For Peppermint: Or Life in the Forest.

About The Book
A young girl shares stories and facts about the woods near her home while catching up with her mischievous dog, Peppermint.

Author-illustrator Maxwell Eaton III is back with another genre-bending picture book full of fun facts and witty asides. Detailed illustrations bring wild critters to life and keep the reader guessing what’s next. Any young reader with an interest in science and the natural world will want to hike out into the forest with Peppermint and her human

About The Author
Maxwell Eaton III is the critically acclaimed author and illustrator of dozens of outdoor adventure-based picture books and comics for young readers. All of Maxwell’s books are informed by a life led outdoors in the mountains and on the water. He is passionate about sharing his love for the natural world with young people and empowers them to get outside; make and do with their own hands; to think and act with calm and collected minds; and to maintain perspective and humor. He skis, paddles, and writes in the Adirondacks.

The Bookstore Plus, 2491 Main Street
Lake Placid

Calling all artists!

Total Eclipse of the Art

Entry Cut-Off Date: March 30, 3024
Show Dates: April 5 thru April 14, 2024

Be a part of a planetary journey into “Eclipse Art.”
To celebrate Totality in Tupper, Tupper Arts is inviting local and regional artists to submit their work for an upcoming show, Total Eclipse of the Art.

More details and how to enter HERE.

Tupper Arts, 106 Park St, Tupper Lake

ADKX Winter Fun Day

Monday, February 19, 1 – 4 pm

Bring your family for a day of winter fun at the ADKX and explore the museum’s newest interactive exhibition, Artists & Inspiration in the Wild.

Indoor and outdoor activities will be available including board games, campfire and s’mores, hot chocolate, a Curator’s corner featuring new acquisitions to the collection, Guided Snowshoe Hike with Ed Kanze (extra fee applies) and more!

This event is free for members.

Learn more and register HERE.

Adirondack Experience, 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake

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