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Welcome to the largest on-line calendar of events for the 6 million acre park! We invite you to browse our extensive schedule featured below. Because there is so much to see and do in the Adirondacks, we have tried to focus on major events of interest. If your organization would like to submit an event, please email adirondacks.com.

 

For a comprehensive listing of events in specific areas please click on map or the names below.

Saratoga Springs
Glens Falls
Lake George
Lake Placid


Clinton County (Plattsburgh, Saranac)
Essex County (Lake Placid, Wilmington)
Franklin County (Saranac Lake, Malone)
Hamilton County (Blue Mt. Lake, Long Lk, Speculator, Inlet)
Herkimer County (Old Forge)
Lewis County (Lowville, Osceola)
St. Lawrence County (Pottsdam, Canton)
Warren County (Lake George, Glens Falls, Queensbury)

Please follow the links below to find additional events in adjacent areas:
Burlington, Vermont
Capital Region/Albany
Hudson Valley/Catskills

For more exciting events, take a look at The Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks Schedule of Events or the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Summer/Fall Schedule of Events .
Click here for the Lake Placid Center for the Arts Schedule of Events

Click here for Schedule of Events for the Visitors Interpretive Centers in Paul Smith's and Newcomb


Please bookmark this page as we continue to update and add content.

 

Adirondacks.com is not responsible for any cancellations
or schedule changes. Please call the sponsor of the event
for late changes

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Adirondacks, New York, Resource Guides





 

Plattsburgh, NY - Clinton County

 

SEPTEMBER 2002

06-Sep-02 Newcomb Mountain Quilters Show Newcomb VIC

Quilters' show and concert with Peggy Lynn and Dan Duggan. Part of the town of Necomb'sTeddy Roosevelt Days celebration. For more information call 518-582-2000.

07-Sep-02 Revolutionary War Encampment

Over 500 men, women, and children will portray the American, British, German and Native forces and their families. Visitors to this reenactment will be able to see 18th century military camp life, military drills and tactics, cooking, clothing, and a massed battle each day. For more info call 518-585-2821 or visit website www.TheNorthernCampaign.org.

07-Sep-02 Teddy Roosevelt Weekend Newcomb, NY

Town-wide celebration of Theodore Roosevelt history with displays, activities, canoe race, quilt, craft fair, foot race, fireworks, talent showcase, wagon & pony rides, food and much more. For more info call 518-582-4255.

11-Sep-02 Battle of Plattsburgh

Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration, Wednesday, September 11 - Sunday, September 15, 2002. For more information please call 518-563-4375.

13-Sep-02 Battle of Plattsburgh Dinner Dance Spirit of Plattsburgh

Boarding will start at 5:30 and the boat will leave the dock at 6:30 for a three hour cruise, featuring the fireworks display at 8:30. Seating is limited to 288 dinner passengers. $40/pp tickets are available from the Commemoration Committee or at the North Country Food Coop located at 25 Bridge St., Plattsburgh.

14-Sep-02

Sponsorship of two African American reenactors in the BATTLE OF PLATTSBURGH Commemoration weekend. Don Papson and Stephen Keese Smith will share the story of Slavery and Freedom in the North Country. For more information: www.redhummingbird.org

15-Sep-02 The World Tree Shelburne Farms

Paul Winter and his new 8 piece "Earth Band," along with African-American dancers and drummers of the Forces of Nature Dance Theatre Ensemble, and masked actor Rob Faust will create a musical experience that celebrates the entire community of life on Earth. For more info call 802-985-8686.

19-Sep-02 Tool Sale Clinton County Fairgrounds

For more information call 518-561-7998.

OCTOBER 2002

06-Oct-02 Adirondack Storytelling Festival Newcomb VIC

Performances by Bill Smith and Fran Yardley. Listen to these yarn-spinners talk about Adirondack storytelling. For more information call 518-327-3000.

15-Oct-02 Girls Night Out Hawkins Hall on SUNY Campus

Humorous speaker who combines comedy with lessons on balance and stress reduction. For more information contact Kerry Rafferty in the Foundation Office at 518-562-7169

18-Oct-02 Haunted Fort Fort Ticonderoga

Ghoulish tours of Fort Ticonderoga. Co-op event with Ti Festival. For more information call 518-585-2821.

DECEMBER 2002

06-Dec-02 Christmas in the Village

Old-fashioned Christmas Celebration throughout Town. For more information call 518-963-7494 or email [email protected].

21-Dec-02 Ticonderoga 2002 Christmas Festival

Events throughout the month! Parade, live nativity, caroling, merchant sales. For more information call 518-585-6619.

 

Franklin County

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Unless noted, all telephone numbers are in the 518 area code.
Please call to confirm date, time & location of all events.

OCTOBER 2002

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29...ORIGINAL MOVEMENT: Instructed by Bonnie MacLeod, from 6:45 pm to 8 pm. No steps to learn! Structured, safe, easy movement "tasks" that are invigorating, relaxing and fun. Ideal for "non-dancers" who love to move, as well as dancers who want to expand their knowledge of dance and range of expression. Music -eclectic. Fee. Enroll by: September 16. LPCA, 523-2512. www.lpartscenter.org

31...CAN/AM TOURNAMENT: Can Am hosts a youth hockey tournament with teams from the United States and Canada. Olympic Center in Lake Placid. 523-1655.

NOVEMBER 2002


1-29...WINNER'S SHOW: Winner of the Annual April Juried Show presents their works. Adirondack Artist Guild. 74 Main Street. 891-2915.

2...SKI & SKATE SALE: Mt. Pisgah Ski Lodge. Drop off Friday night. Saranac Lake Ski Club, call 891-3130 for more information. 9 a.m. to noon

2...HIKE: Easy Access Hike 10 a.m. - Noon This is a naturalist-led hike or stroll around the Barnum Brook Trail looking at the fall woods. We're offering this program to individuals who have mobility restrictions (walkers, canes and wheelchairs). Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

4...LIFE DRAWING OPEN SESSIONS: Moderated by Diane Leifheit, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. An open studio for beginner to advanced artists. Live models for each night. Work in any media, in an environment where it is possible to share and critique with other participants or keep your work private, whichever you prefer. ($) Enroll by September 23. www.lpartscenter.org 523-2512.

5...ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER: On Election Day at the Methodist Church. 4:45 - 7 p.m. Call 891-3473 for more information.

7...BROWN BAG LUNCH: John Hopkinson, Upstate Biotechnology, noon at the Cantwell Community Room. 891-4190.

7...TOLE PAINTING: Instructed by Jackie Kelly, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Learn a traditional form of acrylic painting that turns functional items into decorative pieces of art. You provide a favorite piece of artwork/picture and a metal bucket or wooden plaque to transform, Jackie provides the expertise. No experience necessary ($). Fee: $55. Enroll by September 23. LPCA, 523-2512.

9 ... SAFK: Preparation for Winter 10 - 11:30 a.m. Where do fish go in the winter? Kids 6-11 will have this question and others answered as we explore how animals prepare for winter. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

11...LIFE DRAWING OPEN SESSIONS: Moderated by Diane Leifheit, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. An open studio for beginner to advanced artists. Live models for each night. Work in any media, in an environment where it is possible to share and critique with other participants or keep your work private, whichever you prefer. ($) Enroll by September 23. www.lpartscenter.org 523-2512.

13...COFFEEHOUSE SERIES: K. J. James, Foot Stompin blues and boogie to perform at 7 p.m. in the Adirondack Room of the Joan Weill Library at Paul Smiths College. Free and Open to the Public.

13 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

14...TOLE PAINTING: Instructed by Jackie Kelly, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Learn a traditional form of acrylic painting that turns functional items into decorative pieces of art. You provide a favorite piece of artwork/picture and a metal bucket or wooden plaque to transform, Jackie provides the expertise. No experience necessary ($). Fee: $55. Enroll by September 23. LPCA, 523-2512.

14 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

15 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

16 ... SAFK and Parents: Bird Feeder Workshop 10 - 11:30 a.m. Kids 5-11 must bring a parent and spend some quality time and complete a project. Pre-registration required. $2 fee per feeder., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

16 ...Journal Rambles 1 - 2:30 p.m. Join naturalist Mike Brennan for the third in the series of three fall programs. Adults are able to brush up on their observation skills as well as trying a little drawing and creative writing. Journals will be used to take a closer look into the wonders of the autumn woods. Pre-registration required. $3 per person/API free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

16 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

17 ... ANNIVERSARY MASS: St. Bernard's School will have a mass at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the school. Reception to follow 891-2830.

18...LIFE DRAWING OPEN SESSIONS: Moderated by Diane Leifheit, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. An open studio for beginner to advanced artists. Live models for each night. Work in any media, in an environment where it is possible to share and critique with other participants or keep your work private, whichever you prefer. ($) Enroll by September 23. www.lpartscenter.org 523-2512.

20 ... Rambles for the Restless: Silviculture Trail 10 a.m. - Noon This is a new series that offers individuals a chance to get some exercise. Each walk will be in a different area at or near the VIC. Come out and get rid of that restless energy. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

21...BROWN BAG LUNCH: John Sweeney, Saranac Lake Village Manager, noon at the Cantwell Community Room. 891-4190.

21...TOLE PAINTING: Instructed by Jackie Kelly, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Learn a traditional form of acrylic painting that turns functional items into decorative pieces of art. You provide a favorite piece of artwork/picture and a metal bucket or wooden plaque to transform, Jackie provides the expertise. No experience necessary ($). Fee: $55. Enroll by September 23. LPCA, 523-2512.

22 ... Night Stroll 6 - 8 p.m. Join a naturalist on this moonlight walk to learn about (and hopefully hear) coyotes and other sounds of the night. Afterwards relax by a blazing campfire and enjoy some roasted marshmallows. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

22 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

23 ... SAFK Film Fest 1 - 3 p.m. Kids of all ages can come to watch nature videos in the theater. And of course you can't watch a movie without popcorn. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

23 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

24...CRAFT SHOW: Annual craft show at the NCCC Gym. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission fee. Call 891-2915 for more information.

24 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 2 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragontheatre.com

Sunday, October 27....PHONATHON: from 6 to 8:30 pm, arts students from the Saranac Lake School District will once again man the phones for the Saranac Lake Young Arts Association's 7th annual phonathon, 891-0261

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2...RADIO THEATRE: The Hotel Saranac will stage a radio theatre production "It's a Wonderful Life," at 7:30 p.m., call 891-9329 for more information. Gem*Boy Productions

3...RADIO THEATRE: The Hotel Saranac will stage a radio theatre production "It's a Wonderful Life," at 7:30 p.m., call 891-9329 for more information. Gem*Boy Productions

4...Rambles for the Restless: Long Pond Lunch 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. This is a new series that offers individuals a chance to get some exercise. Each walk will be in a different area at or near the Paul Smiths VIC. Come out and get rid of that restless energy. Bring a bag lunch. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

4...COFFEEHOUSE SERIES: Mark Erelli, a folk alternative country to perform at 7 p.m. in the Adirondack Room of the Joan Weill Library at Paul Smiths College. Free and Open to the Public.

6...ARRIVAL OF SANTA: Visit Santa at the Harrietstown Town Hall Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. Tell him that you have been a good girl or boy and what you want for Christmas. Sponsored by HomEnergy Services and co-sponsor Goody Goodys. 891-1990.

6 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

7...15th ANNUAL SPARKLE VILLAGE CRAFT SHOW: Artisans from around the North Country bring their crafts to a special sparkle village craft show. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 891-1990.

7...BAZAAR: Holiday Food and Craft Bazaar will be held at the Saranac Lake Adult Center. Call 891-2980 for more information.

7...Jenkins Mountain Hike 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Bring a bag lunch on this extended naturalist-led walk to view the late fall landscape. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

7 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 7:30 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

8 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "The Felon's Daughter," at the theatre on River Street, at 2 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

14...ARRIVAL OF SANTA: If you missed Santa the first time, you have another try. 1-3 pm. Berkley Green. 891-1990.

14 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

15...SAFK and Adults: Natural Ornaments 1 - 3 p.m. On this Sunday edition, craft ornaments out of natural materials for your home, office or holiday tree. Wow your friends with your creativity and amaze yourself with your ability. Drop in. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

15 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 2 & 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

18... Rambles for the Restless: Red Dot Trail 10 a.m. - Noon This is a new series that offers individuals a chance to get some exercise. Each walk will be in a different area at or near the VIC. Come out and get rid of that restless energy. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

19 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

20 ...Night Stroll: Winter Woods 6 - 8 p.m. We will walk a trail listening to the sounds and enjoy the peacefulness of the winter woods. Then wind down the evening around a campfire and marshmallow roasting. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

20 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

20...SLEIGH RIDE & DINNER: Travel by horse and sleigh to our beautiful log cabin home. Enjoy entertainment in front of the fireplace and the dinner. Call XTC Ranch at 891-5684.

21 ...SAFK Skulls, Skins and Signs 10 - 11:30 a.m. Kids 6-11 will enjoy this program as we use the VIC's collection of skins and skulls. Then take a walk to look for their signs. Pre-registration required. Free., Visitor Interpetive Center, 327-3000.

21 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 2 & 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

22 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 2 & 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com

23 ....THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, "Christmas Carol," at the theatre on River Street, at 7 p.m., 891-1854, 888/701-5977, www.pendragon.com


CALENDAR OF EVENTS HERKIMER COUNTY
Old Forge, New York

- OCTOBER EVENTS
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Date to be announced - ADIRONDACK CAMP MARK SEVEN RUN RACE
5K and 10K race. 1K Fun Run for kids. Schedule will be posted shortly along with fee. Prizes, door prizes. Food and beverages will be provided. Call the Old Forge Visitor Information Center for details, and to get on the mailing list for applications. (315)369-6983. More Information Application www.campmark7.org/General.asp?pgid=race
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Oct. 18 & 19 - MOOSE RIVER FESTIVAL
Old Forge. Guided river trips, down river races, class 5 Party, exhibits and demos. Live music, displays and food. For more information call Chris Koll (315)475-7499 or email: [email protected]. 17 Holiday Bazaar- Hand crafted gifts, ornaments, raffles, refreshments and more! Noon- 4:00pm. Arts Center of Old Forge. Call 315-369-6411 for info.
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- NOVEMBER EVENTS
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Nov. 29, 30 & Dec 1 - AN ADIRONDACK CHRISTMAS
Old Forge. Breakaway from the mall mentality and enjoy shopping in the quaintness of an Adirondack village. In-store specials, refreshments and Tree Lighting, too! Santa will be at the tree lighting Friday night the 23rd. Get your picture taken with Santa on Main Street at the Lynn University Building on Sun. Nov 25 from 1-4pm. Brought to you by the Town of Webb business community. oldforgeny.com/christmas/
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- DECEMBER EVENTS
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Dec.6 - AMERICAN SNOWMOBILER "BATTLE OF OLD FORGE & AFTER MARKET SHOOTOUT."
Turn at the blinking light in Woodgate, Rt 28. Come see and ride the new 2002 sleds. 10:30am-4pm. High performance after-market specialists will be selling their products at Snodeo, North Street, Old Forge.
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Dec. 7 & 8 - 24TH ANNUAL SNODEO/SNOWMOBILE
Old Forge. Trade Show. Races, raffle for choice of five sleds and cash prizes. Call the Town of Webb Visitor Center for details (315)369-6983. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association. Win a NEW 2003 sled!!!!!!
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Hamilton County


NOVEMBER


11-Dec.20 - ALCA - Exhibit/Judith Plotner. Photographic quilts.

16 - ALCA - Potluck Square Dance and Jam. Gather with your friends and neighbors for a good meal followed by the calling of Peter Gott, with Tom Fagan on fiddle and Karen Butters on bass. Meet the artists of the Quilts and Chairs exhibit. Bring a dish to pass and something to drink.


DECEMBER


14 - ALCA - Annual Holiday Party/Addie and Olin Boyle. Arrive at the Arts Center for a Holiday Buffet. Bring your favorite homemade soup, bread or dessert to share. Holiday music.

 




Lake Placid Center for the Arts

OCTOBER

Thursday, October 24
Ailey II
8pm curtain
Tickets: $15 Adults
$12 Students & Seniors
$10 Children 12 and under
LPCA Member Recognition Night ~ $10

NOVEMBER

Friday, November 1
Fall Film Series
La Ville est Tranquille
7:30pm screening

LPCA Children's Theatre
Tom Sawyer
Fri., Nov. 8 ~ 7pm
Sat. & Sun., Nov. 9 & 10 ~ 2pm

Thursday, November 14
Second City
Touring Comedy Theatre
8pm curtain
Tickets: $20


Tuesday, November 19
Natalie MacMaster
7:30pm curtain
Tickets: $22



DECEMBER

Dec. 2, 3 & 4 ~ 10am

~The Weibrecht~
For School's Only Series
Pendragon Theatre
The Felon's Daughter
A Melodrama ~ Hiss the Villains, Cheer the Good Guys!
Tickets: $2 ~ First-come, first-serve
Reservations Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm Only

 

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Essex County


October

10/31/02 - 11/03/02
CAN/AM Ice Hockey Tournament
CAN/AM hosts a youth hockey tournament with teams from the United States and Canada. Location: Olympic Center. phone:(414) 245-1996


NOVEMBER

11/08/02 - 11/01/02
A Program of Broadway's Best Loved Songs
an evening of entertainment with Russell Christopher- baritone, accompanied by Russell Ames-pianist and Atea Ring- soprano.
click here for more info
Location: Keene Valley Congregational Church, Keene Valley
Time: 8 PM
Sponsored by: a benefit performance for the Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks
Contact: FOR ADVANCED RESERVATIONS CONTACT:962-4085
Phone: 962-4085
Admission: pre-paid reservations $11.50 per-person.At the door $14.00


11/18/02 - 11/24/02
America's Cup Bobsled & Skeleton
Athletes compete for points in the America's Cup competition in bobsled and skeleton.
Location: Verizon Sports Complex
Time: All Day
Contact: Verizon Sports Complex
Phone: (518) 523-4436


11/30/02
Smucker's Stars on Ice
Some of the world's best figure skaters perform in the Smucker's Stars on Ice tour, including Olympic Gold Medalists Sale & Pelletier, Tara Lipinski and others. Location: Olympic Center Time: 8 pm Sponsored by: Smucker's Contact: Tickets: Back on sale Oct. 5. Prices: $50 Lower Level, $35 Upper Level. To purchase tickets, contact the Olympic Center Box Office at (518) 523-3330.

11/30/02
Turkey Trot Run
5km loop around Mirror Lake (2 loops for 10K) 1K kids course
Location: 331 Main St.
Time: 8:00 am
Contact: High Peaks Cyclery
Phone: 523-3764
Admission: $7.00

DECEMBER

12/01/02 - 12/08/02
Verizon Cup for the FIBT World Skeleton Tour
The world's best athletes make a stop on the World Cup skeleton tour at the Verizon Sports Complex. Both men and women racers will be competing on the world's newest bobsled/luge/skeleton combined track.
Location: Verizon Sports Complex
Phone: (518) 523-4436

12/10/02 - 12/15/02
U.S. Junior Figure Skating Championships
The nation's best skaters compete for national titles. Over 400 skaters are expected to compete. The competition includes the four best-placed competitors in the intermediate and juvenile events qualifying at the nine regional championships.
Location: Olympic Center
Time: All Day
Contact: Olympic Center Skating Office
Phone: (518) 523-1655 x 295


12/21/02
Telemark Ski Primer at Mt. Pisgah

Learn the basics of telemark skiing on the slopes of Mt. Pisgah with ADK instructor Dave Mallard
click here for more info
Location: Mt. Pisgah, Saranac Lake
Time: 3:00pm-9:00pm
Sponsored by: Adirondack Mountain Club
Contact: Adirondack Loj reservations/registration
Phone: (518) 523-3441
Admission: $45 ADK members/$50 non-members

 

Warren County

NOVEMBER

11/02/2002 - 11/02/2002

Skate-A-Thon
1035 Rt. 9
The Fun Spot at Skateland
Queensbury, NY 12804
518/747-2628
Come for a night of skating and help support Operation Santa Claus. 5-7pm.



11/05/2002 - 11/05/2002

Election Day Pot Roast Dinner
High St.
Town Hall
Athol, NY 12810
518/623-9268
An old fashioned hearty meal. 4pm. $7.



11/09/2002 - 11/09/2002

Black Velvet Art Party
Sagamore Rd
The Sagamore Resort
Bolton Landing, NY 12814
518/668-2616
Website: http://www.lakegeorgearts.org

Celebrate the black velvet art movement, silent auction, music, games, more. Presented by the Lake George Arts Project. 8pm.



11/14/2002 - 12/19/2002

Themes and Variations
640 Bay Rd
Adirondack Community College
Queensbury, NY 12804
518/743-2328
Paintings by E.R. Witten.



11/15/2002 - 11/16/2002

Adirondack Stampede Charity Rodeo
One Civic Center Plaza
Civic Center
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/798-0202
Website: http://www.glensfallscc.com
12th annual charity event. Championship rodeo Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association. Seven events; bareback, steer wrestling, team roping, calf roping, barrel racing, saddle bronc riding, bull riding.



11/16/2002 - 11/16/2002

Country Christmas Bazaar
High St.
Town Hall
Athol, NY 12810
518/623-9268
Hand crafted items made by local artisans, door prizes & luncheon available. 9am-3pm.



11/18/2002 - 11/18/2002

High Peaks Hospice Open House
286 Glen St
High Peaks Hospice
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/743-1672
Recognize National Hospice Month, meet the staff, quilt/watercolor raffle. 4-6pm. Free.



11/20/2002 - 11/20/2002

"Snow Trains"
Main St
Community Center
North Creek, NY 12853
518/743-0734
Program lecture by Kip Grant. 7pm.



11/23/2002 - 01/04/2003

4th Annual Holiday Shopping Showcase
7 Lapham Place
Lapham Gallery
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/798-1144
Website: http://www.laracarts.org
Browse our exemplary assemblage of arts and crafts and get all of your holiday shopping done quick and easy.



11/24/2002 - 11/30/2002

North Country Festival of Trees
Canada St
Fort William Henry
Lake George, NY 12845
518/798-0170
Christmas wonderland of activities and crafts. Benefitting Prospect Child and Family Center.



11/26/2002 - 11/26/2002

Holiday Hope Chest Challenge
Glen St
Entertronics Inc.
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/747-2628
Area children raising money for underprivleged children. Sponsored by Operation Santa Claus.


11/30/2002 - 12/01/2002

Holiday Open House Antique Show
60 Glenwood Ave

Glenwood Manor
Queensbury, NY 12804
518/798-4747
Antique show with 40 dealers indoors and out.



11/30/2002 - 11/30/2002

Sugar Plum Ball
Canada St
Fort William Henry Resort
Lake George, NY 12845
518/798-0170
Website: http://www.prospectcenter.com

A night for dads and daughters with music and dancing. 7-9pm. Call to confirm date.

DECEMBER


12/06/2002 - 12/08/2002

Christmas in Warrensburgh
Townwide
Warrensburg, NY 12885
518/623-4243
Townwide holiday festival, tree lighting, carriage rides & craft fair.


12/07/2002 - 12/07/2002

Children's Christmas Party
High St.
Town Hall
Athol, NY 12810
518/623-9810
Visit from Santa, gifts, music, more. 1-3pm. Free.



12/07/2002 - 12/07/2002

Operation Santa Claus Charity Ball
Sagamore Rd
The Sagamore Resort
Bolton Landing, NY 12814
518/747-2628
7pm



12/07/2002 - 12/08/2002

Yuletide Gathering
161 Warren St
The Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/761-0873
Website: http://www.hydeartmuseum.org
Featuring a performance of The Night Before Christmas.



12/13/2002 - 12/14/2002

Holiday Celebration
Main St
Tannery Pond Community Center
North Creek, NY 12853
518/494-5280
Annual holiday variety show presented by Our Town Theatre Group with music, dance readings and more.



12/14/2002 - 12/28/2002

Children's Holiday Reading
5 Railroad Place
North Creek Railway Depot Museum
North Creek, NY 12853
518/251-5842
Website: http://www.northcreekraildepot.org
Children will be read to aboard the Upper Huson River Railroad, visit with Santa and more. Reservations required.



12/14/2002 - 12/14/2002

Opening Day
West Mountain Rd
West Mountain Ski Center
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/793-6606
Website: http://www.skiwestmountain.com

The anticipated opening day of the ski area and tubing park. Call to confirm.



01/06/2003 - 02/24/2003

Monday Night Racing
West Mountain Rd
West Mountain
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/793-6606
Website: http://www.skiwestmountain.com

Weekly racing every Monday night.



01/08/2003 - 02/12/2003

Ladies Night
West Mountain Rd
West Mountain
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518/793-6606
Website: http://www.skiwestmountain.com

Ladies lift tickets are only $12 every Wednesday night. 5-10pm.


01/18/2003 - 01/18/2003

Roast Pork Dinner
Montcalm St
St. James Episcopal Church
Lake George, NY 12845
518/668-2001
Take out available. 5-7pm.


01/20/2003 - 02/13/2003

ACC Faculty Show
640 Bay Rd
Adirondack Community College
Queensbury, NY 12804
518/743-2328
Art exhibit of the faculty's work.



02/01/2003 - 02/23/2003

Lake George 2003 Winter Carnival
Rte. 9
Village of Lake George
Lake George, NY 12845
518/668-2017
Annual event held on 5 weekends. Outhouse Races, Mountain Bike Races, Snow Sculptures, Motorcycle Races, Car Races, Snowmobile Drags, Dog Pulls and more. Different events featured each weekend. Plenty of family fun for all ages!

Lewis County



September
Adirondack Jeep Jamboree, Martinsburg
Black River Stages Road Rally, Lewis County
Bushwacker 10K Run, Brantingham
CHAMBER ANNUAL DINNER
Croghan Farmers' Market, Croghan Rec. Park, Thursdays 2:30-5:30
Fiddlers' Jamboree, Osceola
Flywheels & Pulleys Weekend, Constableville
Lewis County Agriculture Business Field Days, Lowville
Lowville Farmers' Market, LC Fairgrounds, Saturdays 8:30-2
Scots Irish Festival, Snow Ridge, Turin
Apple Fest at Mennonite Heritage Farm, Last Saturday in September

October
Antique Show, St. Peter's School Gymnasium, Lowville
CHAMBER DINNER (third Monday of the month)
Craft Fairs, Countywide
Croghan Farmers' Market, Croghan Rec. Park, Thursdays 2:30-5:30
FALL FOLIAGE ANNUAL DRIVE IT YOURSELF TOUR OF LEWIS COUNTY
Lowville Farmers' Market, LC Fairgrounds, Saturdays 8:30-2
NORBA Bike Race, Osceola
Whitewater Rafting on the Moose River
Fall Fest, Lowville

November
CHAMBER DINNER (third Monday of the month)
Church Bazaars & Craft Shows, Countywide

December
CHAMBER CHRISTMAS PARTY
Christmas Lamplight Service, West Martinsburg Church
Christmas in Croghan
Christmas Parade, Copenhagen
Church Bazaars & Craft Show, County Wide
Cross-Country Skiing, Whetstone Gulf State Park; Lewis County Fairgrounds, Lowville; Oswegatchie Camp, Croghan
Ice Skating, LC Fairgrounds, Lowville; Croghan Recreation Park; Constableville


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St. Lawrence County



November

Nov 9th
Borderland Fiddling Festival and Contest Leon Fleisher Concert

Nov 17th
Barrage - A Violin Sings, A Fiddle Dances Architecture Chat

Nov 25 th
The Mystery of King Tut Community Thanksgiving

December

Dec 2
Jason and the Golden Fleece Gingerbread Display and Contest

Dec 16-20
Countdown to Christmas Sale



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Burlington, Vermont and
Lake Champlain Valley

Vermont International Festival Gift bazaar, ethnic food court, concerts, dance performances, and more. All-weekend admissions: $5 adults, $3 children 6-12; under 6 free; $12 family. Fri. 5pm-8pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-5pm. Champlain Valley Exposition, Route 15, Essex Junction. The Details Dates: December 6 - 8 Confirmed Time: Fri. 5pm-8pm; Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. 11am-5pm Location: Champlain Valley Exposition For More Information, Contact: Phone: 802-863-6713

 

Best Christmas Pageant Ever by Barbara Robinson returns to the Contois Auditorium stage in Burlington's City Hall for a five-show, two-weekend run, every December. Pageant brings the expected warmth of the holiday season with a delightful twist. Anyone who has ever been involved with the annual Christmas pageant at school or at church will recognize the trials of Grace Bradley as she "inherits" the task of directing this year's production. Most of us, though, have never had to deal with the likes of the Herdmans--undoubtedly the meanest, nastiest, most inventively awful kids in the entire history of the whole wide world. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever and the newly added HollyDaze Pre-Show Sing-Along together features a cast of over 35 children and 10 adults. Numerous sets of talented parents and their children will share the stage this year. Some ensemble members are making their 2nd and 3rd appearances in this holiday classic. popular


Burklyn Arts Christmas Market Benefits the Burklyn Arts Council In-Our-Schools Program This annual event features Seasonal Entertainment by William Tobin, Homemade lunches, a huge raffle, cookie sale, and children's activities. More than 60 Juried Vermont Artists and Crafspeople displaying and selling items. A great place to shop! When? Saturday, December 7, 9-4 & Sunday, December 8, 10-4, 2002 Where? Lyndonville, Vermont I-91 Exit 22 to Lyndonville, then north on Rt. 5 to Rt. 114 to Lily Pond Road, Lyndonville, Vermont. More Information? 802-626-4124

First Night Burlington Over 1000 performing artists at 30 venues throughout the city over a 10-hour period. Shows from all areas of the arts. This is the largest one-day performing arts festival in Vermont. First Nighters enjoy the sights and sounds of music, dance, theater, magic, puppetry, comedy, and storytelling. Fireworks. Admission. When? Monday, December 31, 2002, 2:00PM to Midnight Where? Burlington, Vermont More Information? 802-863-6005 is a community-based, substance-free New Years Eve festival of the arts in downtown Burlington. For 20 Years, First Night brings the best Vermont and regional artists to the largest one-day festival of the arts in Vermont. It is a safe, family-friendly day-long event, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display at midnight. It is the largest one-day arts festival in Vermont, and typically draws 20,000 people. First Night is a concept that has grown to 225 cities across the United States and the world. In 1983, First Night Burlington was the fourth city to join the celebration, which began in Boston in 1976.

 

First Night Bennington in Bennington, Vermont A celebration of the arts with something for everyone of all ages, from clowns to theatrical productions, music, and a community countdown to the New Year. An alcohol-free event for the whole family When? Monday, December 31, 2002 Where? Bennington, Vermont More Information? 802-442-7904

First Night St. Johnsbury in St. Johnsbury, Vermont A New Year's Eve celebration with something for everyone of all ages and a community countdown to the New Year. An alcohol-free event for the whole family. When? Sunday, December 31, 2002, 4:00PM - Midnight Where? St. Johnsbury, Vermont More Information? 802-748-7121

Burlington Winter Festival is typically a two-week fun filled mid-February event which typically starts offs with a kick-off weekend that includes many activities scheduled by the Burlington Department of Parks and Recreations. This festival is usually ended with a set of Mardi Gras events. There are a combination of free and paid events during the festival. Free events include Music and Drama at the Burlington Community Boathouse, mounds of snow and playground activities; snowshoes to tryout on a mini obstacle course; a broomball tournament; wagon rides, Snow Sculpture Competition, YMCA TEEN POOL NIGHT, and Mardi Gras parade. Low cost events include "The Family Expo," which features activities, games, exhibits and crafts for $1; train rides for $1 each way, Other activities include a Penguin Plunge and Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball. popular


Intervale Festival is a full day of Vermont's best home grown music, food, history and ecologically-inspired inventions. The Intervale Festival celebrates the bounty of the farm in Vermont's largest city. Once farmed by the Abenaki people and early American hero, Ethan Allen, the Intervale today bustles with organic farms, miles of trails, a museum and hundreds of community garden plots. Come celebrate Vermont ingenuity, past and present, with horse-drawn hay rides, 3 performance stages, garden tours, Abenaki drumming, electric car rides, river boat tours, and a mammoth harvest cook-out. Children will delight in unique local inventions like the Living Machine, the Bicycle Carousel, the Tomato Maze and Garden Olympics. popular


Irish Heritage Festival offers our community a week packed with activities, both fun-filled and informative, which celebrate Irish-American culture and community. The combination of music, lectures, movies, drama and dance provides a little something for everyone. Most of the festival events are presented with free admission, making our fundraising raffle a great draw, with wonderful prizes to win. popular


Kid's Day is an event specifically for children. It starts with the parade, which starts around 9:30 in the morning. And best of all, most of the events are free. If you want to be in the parade you should show up at Edmunds School on Main Street by 9:00, for the line up. You can decorate your stroller, bike, or wagon, and join the fun! Traffic is stopped on Main Street in Burlington this morning for a parade. It isn't a national holiday - but a celebration of kids. It was a day dedicated to the kids. All kinds of kids: from two legged "older" kids, to four legged pets-- dressed to impress Some commercial kid-favorites were on-hand ... not to mention some unique mascots. The parade led to a waterfront carnival. At the waterfront you will find many free events for children until about 3:30 in the afternoon. Though arts and crafts -- and sometimes-even goo -- parents were thankful for what kids got out of the day. popular


Magic Hat Mardi Gras Parade and Block party is put on during the Burlington Winter Festival to Benefit the Women's Rape Crisis Center. 40 Floats compete for a 2 day ski trip to Smugglers Notch. Many of the float participants were picked from a Call for Floats contest. Floats will be loaded with thousands of glorious beads, genuine Louisiana Moon-Pies, and Lake Champlain Chocolates. Through the float admission fee, $1800.00 was raised for the Women's Rape Crisis Center. popular


MarketFest is a fall sale and celebration on the Church Street MarketPlace, which runs from a Friday evening to Sunday afternoon in mid-September. So, celebrate September at the annual MarketFest in downtown Burlington. Enjoy live music, local performers and fun activities for the whole family. Join us for the annual Fortune Cookie Shopping Sale with discounts from 10% to 40% off at the your favorite stores. popular


Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics is your chance to Freeze your butt off for a good cause! Jump into Lake Champlain in the middle of February and raise money for Special Olympics Vermont. It's fast. It's easy. It's fun! popular


 


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Hudson Valley

DUTCHESS

Nov. 4:

DUTCHESS COUNTY SENIOR PROM Lunch, dancing, door prizes, cake, and the crowning of the Duke and Duchess of the county. Sponsored by the county's Office for the Aging, the event is geared for those 60 and older and their guests. Noon-4 p.m. $10. Holiday Inn and Conference Center. Rte. 9, Fishkill. 845-486-2555.



PUTNAM

Nov. 15-16:

TOMPKINS CORNERS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Christmas Bazaar and Luncheon Enjoy good food and get a jump on that holiday shopping. Bazaar open 10 a.m.-4 p.m., luncheon served 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. 729 Peekskill Hollow Rd. (one mile west of Taconic Parkway), Putnam Valley. 845-528-5076.



ROCKLAND

Nov. 9-10:

MID ROCKLAND ARTS FESTIVAL For the fifth year in a row, this event offers an array of fine art by local, national, and Israeli artisans. Works of pottery, stained glass, jewelry, woodworking, and painting will be available. Funds raised will provide support for special education programs. Call for hours and fees. Nanuet Hebrew Center. 411 S. Little Tor Rd., New City. 845-708-9181



WESTCHESTER

Nov. 29-Dec. 1:

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND IN SLEEPY HOLLOW COUNTRY Visit three of Historic Hudson Valley's properties for a look at how the holidays were celebrated in bygone times. Kids can make a Victorian Christmas card and decorate a gingerbread house at Sunnyside (Tarrytown), help cook treats over an open hearth at Van Cortlandt Manor (Croton-on-Hudson), or tour an 18th-century gristmill and barn at Philipsburg Manor (Sleepy Hollow). 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $9 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children 5-17 at each site.
914-631-8200.


 

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Capital Region


November 2002

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Wednesday

Small Business Council Networking Breakfast
Small Business Council of the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce

There is more business available for your company and it's closer than you think. Chamber members are looking for the products and services you offer; network with us and improve your visibility. You will have the opportunity to make a three-minute sales presentation to other business people - those who either need your product or service or know someone who does. Bring plenty of business cards, and marketing materials to distribute. Attendance is limited to 40, so register early!

Time: 7:45 a.m.
Location: Chamber's Colonie Office, One Computer Drive South
Cost: By 5 p.m. 11/5: $7; after 5 p.m. 11/5: $10
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form


7
Thursday

Chamber Monthly Breakfast "The Business of Sports"
Speakers: Representatives from the Albany Attack, Albany Conquest, Albany River Rats and Tri-City ValleyCats; Moderator: Doug Sherman, sports director, Channel 6 News
Sponsor: Pepsi Arena

The Capital Region has much to offer to just about any type of sports aficionado. Here's your chance to "catch" a behind-the-scenes look at the Albany Attack, Albany Conquest, Albany River Rats and Tri-City ValleyCats. You will be surprised at what goes into building a successful local sports organization, and come away with a greater appreciation for the dollars and cents behind the goals, home runs and touchdowns.

Time: 7:30 a.m. breakfast/8 a.m. program
Location: The Holiday Inn Turf, 205 Wolf Road, Colonie
Cost: By 5 p.m. 11/6: $20 for members, $40 for non-members; after 5 p.m. 11/6: $25/$45. CAPITAL LEADERSHIP alumni tables are available; contact Heather Skinner at 431-1418 or [email protected] for details.
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form


13
Wednesday

The Peter M. Tully Endowed Lecture
Speaker: Mario J. Gabelli, chairman and CEO, Gabelli Asset Management Inc.
Sponsor: The College of Saint Rose

A turbulent year for the stock market makes this year's program particularly timely and topical. Mario J. Gabelli, chairman and CEO of Gabelli Asset Management Inc., is a widely recognized provider of investment advice and brokerage services to mutual funds, institutional and high net worth investors. A frequent commentator on CNBC and CNN, Gabelli has been featured regularly in Business Week, Fortune, Forbes and Money magazines. Don't miss this rare opportunity for an "up close and personal" read on the economy.

Time: 11:30 a.m. registration/noon luncheon and program
Location: The Albany Marriott Hotel, 189 Wolf Road, Colonie
Cost: $35 per person, $300 for a table of eight
Reservations: Call 458-5391 for more information and to register


14
Thursday

CAPITAL LEADERSHIP Informational Reception
SPONSOR: Boston Scientific

The CAPITAL LEADERSHIP Ambassador Committee invites you to a CAPITAL LEADERSHIP Informatinal session. CAPITAL LEADERSHIP is a 10 month program designed to better equip participants to assume leadership roles in the community and to heighten your awareness of key issues affecting the community. Come hear CAPITAL LEADERSHIP Alumni and current class members discuss the benefits of the program.

Time: 5:15 - 6:15 p.m.
Location: Chamber Colonie office, 1 Computer Drive South, Colonie
Cost: No charge
Reservations: Contact Allana Birkett at 453-5238 or by e-mail at [email protected]


19
Tuesday

Business EXPO 2002
Sponsor: The Business Review

Join us for this year's annual Business EXPO, sponsored by The Business Review, a premier opportunity to put a new spin on your business. More than a hundred Chamber member exhibitors will display their products and services, giving you a chance to network, obtain business leads and find out how to do business with Chamber members and potential clients. Business EXPO 2002 will be held in conjunction with this month's Business-to-Business Exchange. Door prizes will be awarded. For booth information and reservations, contact Allana Birkett at 453-5238 or [email protected].

Time: 4-7 p.m.
Location: Best Western Sovereign Hotel, 1228 Western Avenue, Albany
Cost: No charge to attend
Reservations: No reservations needed

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4
Wednesday

Member Benefits Breakfast

Have you put your Chamber membership to work for you? Members and their employees are entitled to a host of cost-saving benefits and networking opportunities. The Member Benefits Breakfast is designed to acquaint new members - and to re-acquaint existing ones - with the array of programs and benefits membership brings. Door prizes will also be awarded. For those interested in learning more about Executive Dialogue, there will be an informational meeting held immediately after the program.

Time: 7:45 a.m. continental breakfast/8 a.m. program
Location: Chamber's Colonie Office, One Computer Drive South, Colonie
Cost: No charge
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form


10
Tuesday

Chamber Monthly Breakfast
Speaker: Hugh Johnson, Chief Investment Officer, First Albany Cos.
Sponsors: New York Business Development Corporation & Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte, CPAs, PC

The nation's turbulent economic climate - and its prospects for the future - make First Albany Cos. Chief Investment Officer Hugh Johnson's 14th annual presentation to the Chamber membership particularly timely. Johnson, who is featured regularly in the New York Times, USA Today, Barrons and Business Weekly, along with CNN, FNN and PBS, will report on the state of the economy and make his predictions for 2003. This is one of the Chamber's most popular breakfasts, so make your reservations early!

Time: 7:30 a.m. breakfast/8 a.m. program
Location: The Albany Marriott Hotel, 189 Wolf Road, Colonie
Cost: By 5 p.m. 12/9: $20 for members, $40 for non-members; after 5 p.m. 12/9: $25/$45. CAPITAL LEADERSHIP alumni tables are available; contact Heather Skinner at 431-1418 or [email protected] for details.
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form


12
Thursday

Public Access Defibrillation Program
Speaker: Mary Catherine Daniels, CSW, Director of Health Initiatives
Sponsor: American Heart Association

Heart disease is the number-one killer of Americans, and sudden cardiac arrest is a major cause of death in the United States each year. There is now a technology that can often reverse incidents of unexpected death: an automated external defibrillator, or AED, which is endorsed by the American Heart Association. To promote the effective use of AEDs, the association has established a user-friendly Public Access Defibrillation Program. Learn how this miraculous device, used with proper training, can help ensure the health and safety of your employees and customers.

Time: 7:45 a.m. continental breakfast/8 a.m. program
Location: Chamber's Colonie Office, One Computer Drive South, Colonie
Cost: No charge
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form


18
Wednesday

Holiday Business-to-Business Exchange
Sponsor: The Desmond Hotel & Conference Center

Don't miss this wonderful holiday event at The Desmond Hotel & Conference Center, a superior first-class hotel located just six minutes from Albany International Airport. The Desmond offers a true business-friendly environment - complete with conference facilities and meeting spaces - set amid classic colonial accommodations and lush indoor courtyards, all combined with its trademark exceptional service. Don't forget to bring an extra business card for your chance to win fabulous door prizes!

Time: 5-6:30 pm
Location: The Desmond Hotel & Conference Center, 660 Albany Shaker Road, Colonie
Cost: $10 members/$20 non-members
Reservations: Call the Hotline at 431-1440 or use our online form







SARATOGA SPRINGS CAL OF EVENTS

October
10/11/2002 - 11/1/2002 / Saratoga Farmer's Market
Local Farmers, crafters, and bakers bring their products directly to the consumer in "open-air" markets. Every Wed. 3 to 6p.m.; Every Sat.9 a.m. to 2 p.m. High Rock Park (off Lake Avenue), thru October.

10/11/2002 - 12/16/2002 / Fine Art Exhibit
The Racing Art Collection of the late Charles H.Thieriot. Extraordinary collection features many artworks not seen publicly for more than 80 years. Presented at the National Museum of Racing, 191 Union Ave. (518)584-0400 www.racingmuseum.org

10/11/2002 - 12/9/2002 / From Corot to Kandinsky
This exhibit at The Hyde Art Museum, Charles R.Wood Gallery. 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761 www.hydemuseum.org hyde Art

10/11/2002 - 11/29/2002 / Dance Alliance: Dancing through Time
National Museum of Dance, 99 South Broadway, from 1 to 3 p.m. (518)583-9571 www.dancemuseum.org

10/11/2002 - 11/1/2002 / Art Exhibit
An Exhibit featuring grave rubbings, photos, history and anecdotes. Hours are from 9-4 p.m. at the Saratoga Visitor Center, 297 Broadway. (518) 587-3241

10/11/2002 - 11/3/2002 / Figurative Work
Featuring the work of Trudi Smith and George Van Hook, at the Gallery 100, 445 Broadway, Suite A. 6 to 8 p.m., free. (518) 580-0818. www.gallery100.net [email protected]

10/11/2002 - 1/1/2003 / From Revolution to Resort
A Special exhibit featuring original objects from the battles of Saratoga Springs in the late 18th Century. Sponsored by Historical Society of Saratoga Springs, at the Canfield Casino, Congress Park. Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. $3/$2 - Students & Seniors. (518) 584-6290

10/11/2002 - 12/16/2002 / The Legend of Seabiscuit
A rags to riches story of one of Thoroughbred racings most popular heroes, exhibited at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame. Located at 191 Union Ave. (518)584-0400

10/11/2002 - 12/30/2002 / Live Harness racing
America's fastest half-mile track. Enjoy fine dining at Chariots Restaurant or a taste treat from one of the many concession stands. Post time 7:30 p.m. Adm. $2 grandstand and $3 club house. Saratoga Equine Sports Center, Crescent Ave. 584-2110 Open every Wednesday and Saturday in October and November. December Post Time 12:20. p.m. 12/7&8; 12/14&15; 12/21&22; 12/28&29.

10/11/2002 - 11/17/2002 / Saratoga County Arts Center - Fall Classes
Call for schedule (518)584-4132. 320 Broadway

10/12/2002 - 12/17/2002 / "The Tumultuous Fifties: A View from the New York Times Photo Archives"
An Exhibition - which includes black and white 50's era photos, at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, North Broadway. Tues.-Sun. 11a.m.-5 p.m.(518) 580-8080. www.skidmore.edu/tang


November

11/1/2002 - 11/2/2002 / Laughter Arts Festival
An evening with Brad Sherwood, Lewis Black and others. Irreverent and side -splitting humor. Contains mature content. 8p.m. $29 & $25. Proctor's Theatre, 42 State St. Schenectady. (518)346-6204

11/1/2002 - 11/2/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents The Devil's Backbone (2001)
A Horror movie set in the final days of the Spanish Civil War. 8 p.m. $6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-film.

11/2/2002 - 11/4/2002 / Guns and Militaria Show
Antique guns, swords and military items for show and sale. Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sun. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. $5. Saratoga Springs City Center, 522 Broadway. 664-9743

11/7/2002 - 11/9/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents Dogtown and Z Boys (2001)
surfers and skateboarders in mid-1970's Venice, Calif. Narrated by Sean Penn. 8 p.m. $6 Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-film.

11/8/2002 - 11/9/2002 / The Snow Queen
The children's classic comes to life. 7 p.m. $19, $15. Under 12 $10. Proctor's Theater, 42 State Street Schenectady. 346-6204

11/10/2002 - 11/11/2002 / Saratoga Film Festival presents Fast times at Ridgemont High (1982)
More California dreaming with then-young Penn, Anthony Edwards,Eric Stoltz and Nicolas Cage. 3 p.m. $6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-FILM

11/17/2002 - 11/18/2002 / Fiasco
Comedy, magic and variety for the whole family. 2 p.m. $25, $22, $18. Children $10. Proctor's Theater, 42 State St.,Schenectady. 346-6204

11/21/2002 - 11/23/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents- Our Song (2000)
How three 15-year-old African-American girls from Crown Heights, Brooklyn spend their summer in the city in friendship and danger. 8 p.m.,$6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-FILM

11/22/2002 - 1/1/2003 / "Winter Solstice Art Exhibit"
Saratoga County Arts Council Annual open member exhibition. Gallery Hours: Mon - Sat.11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thu evening open until 8 p.m. The ARts Center, 320 Broadway. (518)584-4132 x 204.

11/22/2002 - 11/23/2002 / 7th Annual Victorian Ball
Formal dress is requested. Victorian period dress is encouraged. All dances will be instructed and prompted by Historical Dance Preceptors. Live 19th century music. Elegant refreshments. Wine and Beer available for purchase. Sponsored by the Victorian Social Club for the benefit of the National Museum of Dance. 7- 11 p.m. $65. Under 18 $35. Canfield Casino. 584-2225.

11/24/2002 - 11/25/2002 / SunDance at the Museum
A showcase of new and existing work by Capital Region/Saratoga Choreographers in collaboration with the Dance Alliance. Performances at 3 & 7 p.m. $5. National Museum of Dance. 99 South Broadway. 584-2225

11/29/2002 - 11/30/2002 / Sarotoga Film Forum presents The Last Waltz (1978)
Martin Scorsese films the 1976 farewell concert of the Band, including Robbie Robertson, Risk Danko, Levon Helm, with walk-ons by Dr. John, Eric Clapton, Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell and Dylan. Interviews too. 8 p.m. $6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-FILM.

11/30/2002 - 12/1/2002 / Family Craft Fair
Saratoga Springs City Center - Over 115 vendors from the northeast region. All crafts are hand made. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 587-7244.

December

12/2/2002 - 12/3/2002 / A Christmas Carol
The Dickens favorite becomes a beloved musical. 7 p.m. $29, $25, $22, Children $15. Procoter's Theater, 42 State St. Schenectady. 346-6204

12/3/2002 - 12/4/2002 / Cirque Eloize
Like Cirque du Soliel? You'll love Cirque Eloise! 7 p.m. $24, $22, $18. Children $15. Proctor's Threater, 42 State St., Schenectady. 346-6204

12/5/2002
Victorian Streetwalk in Saratoga Springs
Thursday, December 5th. Please call Susan Farnsworth for more info.
(518)587-8635


12/6/02
The Preservation Foundation Candlelight House Tour, (518)587-5030.

12/5/2002 - 12/7/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents Last Orders. (2001)
After Jack (Michael Caine)dies,his oldest friends gather at the English seaside to scatter his ashes and reflect on his life and times. 8 p.m. $6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 587-8635

12/6/2002 - 12/7/2002 / Candlelight House Tour
Tour 6 fabulous Saratoga Springs homes beautifully decorated for the holidays. Reception following at the historic Canfield Casino in Congress Park. 5:30 p.m. -10:00 p.m. $45. Sponsored by the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation. 587-5030.

12/7/2002 - 12/9/2002 / Holiday Pops Concert
Glens Falls Symphony orchestra under the baton of Charles Peltz. Performing will be the Hudson Falls High School Choraliers, the Glens Falls High School Octet, and the South Glens Falls High School Chamber Singers. Program TBA. 7:30 p.m. Saturday Sunday 4 p.m. Tickets at the door or call 793-1348. Concert at the Hudson Falls High School.

12/8/2002 - 12/1/902 / The Nutcracker
Northeast Ballet's version is the one to see! 2 p.m. $27, $22, Children $15. Proctor's Theater, 42 State Street. 346-6204

12/8/2002 - 12/9/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents Cinema Paradiso (1988)
A Young Sicilian village boy's love affair with movies. Won the 1990 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. 3 p.m. $6. Arts center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-FILM

12/12/2002 - 12/13/2002 / Digging into Saratoga
Learn about archeological digs in SaaratogaThe program will be presented by Karen Hartgen, Registered Professional Archeologist. Noon to 1 p.m. Free, open to the public coffee & tea available. Community Room, Saratoga Springs Public Library, 49 Henry Street. For information call 587-3241.

12/12/2002 - 12/13/2002 / Albany Symphony Concert
Held in historic Canfield Casino, these concerts,under the baton of David Alan Miller, evoke the beauty and mystique of the 19th century. The orchestra will perform Stravinsky: Dumbarton Oaks Concerto, Harbison: Concerto for Oboe,clarinet and strings, Dorothy Chang: New Voices Commission World Premier, Mendelssohn: Symphony #3 (Scottish). The music is complemented by delicious treats during the intermission. 8 p.m. $25. Tickets at the door or call 465-4755. Canfield Casino in Congress Park.

12/13/2002 - 12/14/2002 / Saratoga Film Forum presents Notorious C.H.O. (2001)
Standup comic Margaret Cho's second concert film. Cho's comedy has been compared to the pointed witand style of Richard Pryor at his best. 8 p.m. $6. Arts Center Theater, 320 Broadway. 584-FILM.

12/13/2002 - 12/14/2002 / The Masque of the Beauty and the Beast
Home Made Theater presents Michael Elliot Brill's fanciful retelling of the timeless fairytale for all ages. 7:30 p.m. Spa Little Theater. Saratoga Spa State Park. 587-4427

12/14/2002 - 12/15/2002 / Handel's Messiah, Part 1
Glens Falls Symphony orchestra under the baton of Charles Peltz. With the Voices of the Adirondack Foothills and Queensbury High School chorus,Penny Schiek, Choral Director. 7:30 p.m. Limited seating. Tickets at the door or call 793-1348 Concert at Christ Church Methodist, Glens Falls.

12/20/2002 - 12/23/2002 / The Masque of Beauty and The Beast
Home Made Theater presents Michael Elliot Brill's fanciful retelling of the timeless fairy tale for all ages. 7:30 p.m.on the 20th.- 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on the 21st.- 1 p.m. on the 22nd. Spa Little Theater, Saratoga Spa State Park. 587-4427








 

 

 

 
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