Director Margaret Gibbs announced the 2013 summer schedule recently, which will include the return of the “Worked/Wild,” exhibit along with “The Human Face of the Adirondacks in the Civil War.” Events and speeches throughout the summer will also focus on the Civil War, which was waged 150 years ago.
The Town of Jay is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a $400,000 Community Development Block Grant.
Nurse Practitioner Katherine Bezio has joined Elizabethtown Community Hospital’s chemotherapy and infusion department.
Thanks to the estate of Noble Roy and Marge Sandberg, Oriental Shriners Hospital Transportation Fund was able to make $125,000 donations to hospitals in Springfield, Boston and Montreal.
The Grange Spring Concert Series continues with the slack country blues band Field Trip on stage on Saturday, May 18. Featuring Montana-to-Westport transplants Cache (guitar and vocals) and Will Hartzell (lap steel guitar and vocals), the five-piece group brings a backroads Americana sound for listening and dancing. Originally from Bozeman, Mont., the Field Trip show will be a fun night of music for all ages.
The who-done-it book, “The Carousel Case, the Bicycle Race & The Blackfly Bad Guy,” will be released at a joint one-year anniversary party of the Carousel’s opening on May 25.
Champlain Area Trails (CATS) is hosting a project at Black Kettle Trail on Saturday afternoon, May 18 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. to prepare for a hike on June 1 to unveil the new nature interpretation signs.
“Imagining” is the theme of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta’s 2013 summer season which runs from July 3 to Aug. 11.
The Community Theatre Players are pleased to announce their 2013 spring musical, Evita, with music by Andrew Lloyd Weber with lyrics and book by Tim Rice. Bonnie B. Brewer is directing the production, with music direction by Phill Greenland and choreography by Terpsie Toon.
As many as 14 sixth-grade students crowded onto a pair of small boxes set up at the other end of a rope swing, trying to stay out of the “lava.”
Students, caregivers, families and friends took to the streets of Elizabethtown May 10 to promote awareness for children with mental illness.
The Champlain Valley Habitat for Humanity is now accepting applications for families interested in owning a Habitat house.
With the start of a new season of outdoor hiking and recreation, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) urges hikers to be cautious and postpone hikes on trails above 3,000 feet until early June when muddy trail conditions are expected to improve.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts invites you to experience a superb mix of events for both adults and children.
Area residents can get ready to smile brightly as the Adirondack Health Mobile Dental Clinic hits the road for the summer.
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