Arts

Fall Events

We are just as sad as you that summer seems to be coming to an end far too quickly. However, just because summer is almost over, it doesn't mean the fun has to stop! There are tons of great events...

Adirondack Museum with Friends

Fun with Friends There is so much to do here in the Adirondacks, what better way to experience it than with friends?? I love getting a few friends together to go for a hike, take a boat ride, pack a...

Green is the New Black

22Jun2016
Author:RaChelle Hosley
Everyone wants to be "green,"  whether it be through recycling or repurposing, myself included! I love scouring pages on Pinterest, looking for the next great DIY idea, and hoping for someway to...

Summer Events

Ready for a Summer Vacation? Its time to pack up the RV and hit the road! Summer is just around the corner and the Adirondacks is the place to be. Whether you prefer to immerse yourself in the...

Avoid the Madness and Shop Local!

Crowded Malls? No thanks! Black Friday shopping is a phenomenon that has taken over the country. People are camping out for days waiting for the hottest, newest merchandise at the best deals. If this...

Made Of the Adirondacks

03Nov2015
Author:RaChelle Hosley
Made OF the Adirondacks Shopping local helps keep our communities unique and keeps our small business owners prosperous. In the Adirondacks there are a lot of small, family-owned businesses, many of...

5 Excuses to Clear Your Calendar

01Sep2015
Author:Michelle Clement
It's In the Air... The evenings are starting to get cooler, the smell of the breeze is beginning to change, and the sight of school buses back on roadways are all signs that fall is practically here...

Arts in the Park

Gearing up for another standout summer! The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake is set to offer up another summer full of entertaining experiences. This creative gem is housed...

Independence Day in Our Corner of the 'Dacks

25Jun2015
Author:Michelle Clement
July starts with a BANG! From thousands of falling ping pong balls, to bed races, parades and dazzling firework displays, to say the events calendar for July 4th weekend is jam-packed is simply an...

The Origin of the Great Camp Style Architecture

27Feb2015
Author:Michelle Clement
The "Gilded Age" in America was a time of rapid economic growth, and those who achieved such wealth celebrated it like never before. It was during this era that the Adirondack Park became one of the...

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