Showing posts with the label Blue Mountain Lake Winter activities

Cabin Fever Sunday Series at the Adirondack Museum

On our visits to the Adirondack Museum, my family has always found that there really isn’t enough time to see it all in one day. That is why the Adirondack Museum Cabin Fever Sundays present a different way of learning about the vast information tucked within the museum’s buildings in Blue Mountain Lake.  According to Adirondack Museum Marketing Assistant Paige Doerner the second Cabin Fever event will feature Adirondack Life Senior Editor Niki Kouroksky’s tales of “Adirondack Outlaws.” Kouroksky is bringing the Adirondack’s criminal element to light and is highlighting just a few of the scallywags, bandits and fiends from her recently published book,  Adirondack Outlaws: Bad Boys and Lawless Ladies. “We have a lot of variety this year,” states Doerner. “We have Niki’s lecture and book signing on February 1 st  here at the museum. We also have a Mohawk Dance and Cultural Presentation, the Adirondack Wildlife Rehabilitation Refuge will bring a wolf and two musical events in

Adirondack (Adk) Lectures Series

Take a moment to explore the experts of the Adirondack Park. Meet talented artists and performers and learn through these inexpensive lecture series. Enjoy! February 23  -  Annie and Jonny Rosen at the Adirondack Mountain Club's Heart Lake (free) Come in from the cold and warm up with the wonderful musical talents of  Annie and Jonny Rosen . These talented musicians from Schenectady are making their journey up North to help us celebrate winter in the Adirondacks. You’ll enjoy listening to their beautiful vocals and harmonies that are blended into an eclectic mix of acoustic folk, torchy blues, standards, bluegrass, gospel, early jazz and more. A great night of musical entertainment for everyone! February 24 -"Lies Will be Told Today"  with Chris Shaw (Free to Adirondack Museum members and students; $5 for non-members)   1:30 p.m. at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek, NY .  Join Adirondack singer, songwriter, and storyteller Chris Shaw for an