New York Archives Magazine is set to continue its Online Speaker Series with Organizing and Preserving Your Home Archives, a discussion with D. Joshua Taylor, President of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society, on Tuesday, January 26th. [Read more…] about Organizing Your Home Archives
Despite record numbers of COVID deaths nationally, organizers of a new WinterFest are inviting tourists to visit Lake George’s bars and restaurants over four weekends of February according to an announcement sent to the press Tuesday.
Organizers of the Lake George Winter Carnival, which has been held since 1961, announced in November that their event was cancelled over concerns for the safety of volunteers and visitors. That Winter Carnival typically packs the village’s bars and restaurant and is a major boon for business owners. [Read more…] about New Lake George ‘Winterfest’ Planned Amid Record COVID Cases
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site has announced their 2021 Virtual “History at Home” Winter Lecture series. The site will offer free online programs from January to March covering a range of history topics. [Read more…] about Schoharie Crossing Offers History at Home Winter Lecture Series
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The Bloomingdale Neighborhood History Group has announced Trinity Lutheran Church: Creating Sanctuary and Social Change, a virtual conversation with Heidi Neumark, Author, and Pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church, set for Thursday, January 21st at 5:30 pm. [Read more…] about Manhattan’s Trinity Lutheran Church: A Virtual History Talk
Humanities New York has announced their second and final online town hall, featuring David Bromwich, Jedediah Purdy, and Leah Wright Rigueur, has been set for Wednesday, January 13th, at 8 pm. [Read more…] about What Does Democracy Demand? Another Reconstruction
Ballet Hispánico has announced Ballet Hispánico Watch Party Series, featuring performances from the 80s and 90s, set for Wednesdays, January 13th, 27th and February 10th. [Read more…] about Ballet Hispánico’s Winter Watch Parties, Archival Performances
The Champlain Valley Film Series has announced the Home Together Winter Film Series, featuring five movies that can be watched from home, followed by a discussion about the film by a special guest. [Read more…] about A Film Discussion Series From The Comfort Of Home
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Colonel William F. Fox Memorial Saratoga Tree Nursery has kicked off its annual spring seedling sale, which is open to the public and runs until May 12th.
Each year, the tree nursery offers for sale dozens of low-cost, New York-grown tree and shrub species to help implement large-scale conservation plantings across the state. [Read more…] about Annual DEC Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale Underway
Fort Ticonderoga is set to continue its Digital Campaign with interactive programming, engaging lectures series, and creative at-home educational activities and resources in 2021. [Read more…] about Fort Ticonderoga’s Digital Campaign Continues into 2021
The Lake George Arts Project has relaunched The Peoples Pixel Project (or P3), a contest and exhibition of short films, which was created to provide audience exposure to professional and emerging videographers, and to foster local interest and growth in the medium. [Read more…] about Peoples Pixel Project Call For Short Films