The 2022 Merry Brunch of May!
Big Tree Festival
Paul Smith’s College Visitor Interpretive Center will host the Big Tree Festival celebrating Old Growth and the tall, tall trees that we love to find in the Adirondacks. The weekend will feature guided hikes into Old Growth stands, learning how to determine the age and the height of trees, contests on who can find the tallest and largest by species, food, music, fun and a tribute to Tree 103.
For the full schedule of events during Big Tree festival, go HERE.
Paul Smith’s College VIC, 8023 NY-30, Paul Smiths
Rusty The Logger
Saturday, May 21, 7 pm
Rusty DeWees comes “DOWN FROM THE MOUNTAIN” to THE BIG TREE FEST for an in-person on-stage LIVE Comedy and Music Show.
Actor/Comedian DeWees is known for his beloved and valued THE LOGGER persona through which he offers his stellar, hard earned, talents as full-on comedian, musician, ad libber, and story-teller.
More info and to purchase tickets, go HERE.
Guided Watershed Tours
Join our staff and expert guest naturalists for outdoor education programming featuring diverse ecological themes in the Ausable, Boquet, and Saranac River watersheds. Watershed tours are designed to engage local citizens of all ages in outdoor recreational activities, while also inspiring participants to be active stewards of their local environment. Celebrate or kindle your appreciation for the natural beauty of the northern Adirondacks and leave with a better understanding of what threatens our local environment – and what you can do to protect these biodiverse habitats.
Saturday, May 21: Birding Walk, 7 to 11 am, with Dr. Larry Master
Sunday, May 22: Wildflower Walk & Drawing Workshop, 10 to 1 pm
Sunday, June 25: Moth and Bat Research Night, 9 to 11 pm, with Dr. Larry Master
There is a maximum of 12 participants per tour, and registration in advance is required. For questions and to register, please email events@ ausableriver.org or call (518) 637-6859.
More information is HERE.
May 28th, 2022 Deadline Approaching!
2022 Battle of Plattsburgh Poster Contest
Open to all 5th grade students in Clinton or Essex counties
New York State Art Teacher’s Association Region 5 has partnered with 1814 Commemoration Inc. for the 2022 Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Poster Contest.
Full details are HERE.
Moriah Drama Club Presents
“Doc, Doc … Goose”
Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22, at 2:30 pm
Admission is $6.
Doc, Doc … Goose” is a madcap comedy about a doctor’s office that treats nursery rhyme characters for injuries. These poor nursery rhyme characters are plagued with freak accidents! A typical morning in Dr. Goose’s clinic includes a cow with a sore calf from moon-jumping, a crooked man wanting chiropractic adjustment, a daredevil who burns his seat jumping over candles, and a blonde juvenile delinquent who breaks into bears’ houses.
Moriah Central School, 39 Viking Ln, Port Henry