Adirondack A&E e-News # 36


Lightest Boats in the Deep Woods
Thru May 8

What you will see:
-Boats and lots of information about them

-Dozens of photographs taken by documentary photographer Nancie Battaglia

-A video of people we interviewed about their experiences in their Hornbeck boats

-And a slideshow of photos submitted by people who love their Hornbeck boats

For more information, go HERE.

Also, don’t miss Folkstore Spotlight “On the Water,” themed as a companion to the exhibit. You’ll find good reading about adventures on North Country waterways, and local art reflecting the beauty of our lakes, ponds, and rivers. Check out the full online catalog HERE.

53 Main Street
Canton, NY 13617
(315) 386-4289


Webinar, Thursday, March 3, 6:30 to 8:00 pm

Queensborough Community College Assistant Professor of History Clarence Jefferson Hall, a North Country native, will discuss his recent book exploring the intersection of prisons and the environmental conservation movement in the Adirondack Park.

From the mid-19th century to the present, New York State and federal corrections planners adapted existing Adirondack infrastructure into sites of incarceration, including rehabilitative spaces for tuberculosis cures in Gabriels and Ray Brook. These and other prison complexes, like the historic Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, boast rich and significant architectural legacies. Dr. Hall will speak about the role of architecture and re-use in the overlapping histories of Adirondack prisons, and their impact on North Country communities.

His presentation will also wrap up with a question and answer period.

Register HERE.

This virtual event is FREE and open to the public. However, please consider a small suggested donation at the link HERE.


Weekend of March 4th to the 6th, 2022

The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership (TMSP) and the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) in coordination with a number of local organizations and businesses will host this family friendly event will include numerous events, outdoor activities, winter on your own activities, and fireworks display. Business promotions and specials will also be offered throughout the weekend. Please note all information is subject to change and NYS guidelines.

For more information and the full schedule of events, go HERE.


The popular wintertime Fort Fever Series continues! From the comfort of your home, enjoy programs led by Fort Ticonderoga museum staff who share their latest fascinating research and cutting-edge discoveries.

This Wednesday, February 23 at 7 pm ET, join Margaret Staduter, Director of Archaeology, as she explores artifact highlights excavated prior to the building of the Mars Education Center in 2008. These fascinating objects represent the material lives of the French, British, and American individuals who lived at Fort Ticonderoga in the 18th century, as well as the many travelers to the grounds in the following decades.

Online registration is HERE.

For a full schedule of events, go HERE.

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