North Country Community College is partnering with the Franklin County Suicide Prevention Coalition to host a pair of Mental Health Awareness events for the community – one in Malone, one in Saranac Lake – and is seeking submissions of art to showcase at each event. [Read more…] about Mental Health Awareness Events in Malone, Saranac Lake
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Hosted on Zoom by North Country Community College, this edition of North Country Live will feature new programs from two prior presenters: historian Tom McGrath and birding expert Joan Collins. It will also showcase an award-winning Native American film and delve into the timely issue of vaccine hesitance through a program presented in partnership with Historic Saranac Lake and Trudeau Institute. [Read more…] about North Country Live Series Features History, Natural History
North Country Community College and its partners have announced North Country Live events exploring and celebrating the art and music scenes in North Country communities, set to begin on September 23rd. [Read more…] about North Country Live Events Focus on Art and Music
North Country Live is set to return on February 18th with a new slate of timely programs focused on outdoor recreation, environmental issues, local history and other topics.
Each presentation and panel discussion will include an opportunity to interact with and ask questions of the host or hosts. All programs are free and open to the public, held via Zoom, beginning at 7 pm. [Read more…] about North Country Live Video Series Announced
North Country Community College, the Adirondack Diversity Initiative and the Adirondack North Country Association are collaborating to present a series of timely and necessary online programs that shine light on Black History in the Adirondacks. [Read more…] about Adirondack Black History Virtual Programs In August