These last two weeks of August, there are a few things left to do before the holiday.
On Saturday, Aug. 23, the North Country SPCA will hold its annual Antique and Tag Sale at the Whallonsburg Grange.
Good news (sort of) for ACAP Afterschool Program parents and kids—as of now, the Westport program will run through September, which is better than nothing for the 30 or so families in the community who rely on it.
The Book sale at the Keeseville Free Library is this week.
A real change in the weather making it feel more like fall.
Have you marked your calendars?
By nature, humans are foragers.
Frank Woolner wrote a book called “Grouse and Grouse Hunting” back in 1970.
In this congressional race, three candidates (maybe four) will be on the ballot.
The crossbow will be a legal hunting tool this fall, and has really stirred up the hornets’ nest.
The long awaited fun-filled 166th Essex County Fair is in full swing this weekend!
This Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m, the Adirondack Art Association will host a silent auction with refreshments at the gallery on Main Street.
Westport music educator Rose Chancler will be familiar to many readers for Piano by Nature, the program she runs that brings internationally recognized musicians to perform here in the North Country (usually at the Hand House in Elizabethtown).
Nothing new to report this week, but I do have a bunch of reminders.
Things were booming in downtown Willsboro this weekend as a reinacting group did early military demonstrations on the lawn between the library and museum.