The Kelly Adirondack Center has announced “Conversations Around Social Justice in the Adirondacks,” a Zoom webinar series set for April 15th, April 29th, and May 13th. [Read more…] about Adirondack Social Justice Issues Subject of Virtual Series
Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is set to continue their Virtual Speakers Series on Thursday, April 1st with a conversation about paddling the NFCT downstream with thru-paddlers Mack Truax and Maggie Gremore. [Read more…] about Paddling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail Virtual Program
Over the past year, the Iroquois Indian Museum has been closed, but has been hosting virtual programming such as a summer artist demos series, themed tours on their website, and virtual field trips with participants from all over North America.
The Museum is set to reopen this Thursday, April 1st, with limited hours and public health precautions in place. [Read more…] about Iroquois Indian Museum Reopens April 1st
The Irish American Heritage Museum is hosting “Ask the Genealogist” with Lisa Walsh Dougherty, a Zoom discussion set for Wednesday, March 31st. [Read more…] about Ask An Irish American Genealogist
The Historical Society of Woodstock is set to continue it’s local history Zoom series with “Connecting the Dots: Family History Recollections and Their Importance to Preserving Local History,” on Wednesday, March 31st. [Read more…] about Family History and Local History: Connecting the Dots
The Fraunces Tavern Museum has announced two new exhibitions, An American Emblem of Magnanimity and To the Beat of Their Own Drums: Regimental Flags of the American Revolution, set to open on Friday, April 2nd. [Read more…] about Black Patriots’, Gadsden, Rev War Flags Subject of Exhibit
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Between the 1760s and 1800s, Americans stopped thinking of the British past as their own history and created a new historical tradition that would form the foundation of what future generations would think of as “American history.” [Read more…] about American Revolution and ‘American History’
The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls has announced the return of its Folklife After Hours Series with Songs Celebrating 100 Years of Votes for Women by Tisha Dolton, set for Monday, March 29th. [Read more…] about Songs Of The Women’s Suffrage Movement Watch Party Monday
The Show is a long-standing Old Forge tradition, showcasing some of the finest artists from throughout the Central Adirondack Region and beyond. Held for the first time in 1951 in the front yard of View founder Miriam Kashiwa, it’s a testament to the significant place the arts hold within the hearts and minds of the residents and visitors to the Adirondacks. [Read more…] about 70th Annual Central Adirondack Art Show Opening April 3
The Finger Lakes Museum has announced “The Earth and I,” a four month series of lectures and workshops that consider the relationship humans have with the planet. [Read more…] about Finger Lakes Museum Launches ‘The Earth and I’ Program Series