Phil Brown broke a story in the Adirondack Almanack yesterday about an alleged big cat sighting just south of us in Crown Point, New York. The short, grainy video of the "Crown Point Cougar" is exciting, but still unverified. Here's what we know so far. A trail camera … [Read more...] about Video: Crown Point Cougar?
Archives for March 2016
On Friday, April 8, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Belden Noble Library, Betsy Brooks and David Fuller from the Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System will demonstrate how to download free audiobooks, ebooks, and magazines to your tablet, smartphone, or ereader. The library has … [Read more...] about How to Download Audiobooks, Ebooks, and Magazines from the Library
Winter may feel like it never really arrived, but Adirondack Shakespeare Company is ready to officially welcome spring in April with productions of Julius Caesar and The Merchant of Venice. For the first time the company is also offering a number of educational performances for … [Read more...] about ADK Shakespeare’s Sean Lounsbury Returns to the Stage After Autumn Accident
In a way the Art Farm is one man’s eccentricity, and I take full responsibility, the blame is mine. However, it is more vividly understood as a complex collaborative effort of many creative, skilled people, just like putting on a play, which I used to do, or running a farm, which … [Read more...] about The Art Farm Outside Wadhams
Fort Ticonderoga is now accepting applications from teachers to participate in the 2016 Fort Ticonderoga Teacher Institute July 10-15, 2016. The focus of this year’s institute is "British Perspectives on the American Revolution" and will accommodate 12 teachers for a week-long … [Read more...] about Fort Ticonderoga Teacher Institute Seeks Applications