The Adirondack Art Association needs you more than ever! We urgently invite you to take part in a unique opportunity to influence the future of the Adirondack Art Association. We can assist you as you become actively involved and take this historic and vital community asset into … [Read more...] about Help: Please Don’t Let the AAA Fade Away!
Here at Whitcomb's we are packing A LOT into this wonderful month. It's all pretty great stuff, so I hope you can make some time between the fall foliage chasing to come by and join in the fun. :) Check out the Grange website for more details, events at the Grange, and to … [Read more...] about New Classes and Art at Whitcomb’s This October
Writer Christopher Shaw met Jon Cody in 1972 when he moved to Stony Creek, New York, a remote hamlet in the southern Adirondacks. Their close and sometimes rocky friendship lasted until Cody's death in 2015. Now 72, Shaw—the author of two previous books and a former editor of … [Read more...] about LOCAL AUTHOR CHRISTOPHER SHAW PUBLISHES NEW MEMOIR
One-of-a-kind piece created on-site by sculpture artist Patrick Dougherty Over the weekend, The Wild Center unveiled the completed Stickwork sculpture by Patrick Dougherty as its newest outdoor exhibit. After a three-week process, the final structure is now open to the … [Read more...] about Stickwork Sculpture Completed at The Wild Center, Now Open to Public
Adirondack Regional Theatre Honors First Responders on the 20th Anniversary of the September 11 Attacks Adirondack Regional Theatre is proud to present Anne Nelson’s play THE GUYS at the Essex Theatre Company August 27-29. THE GUYS, based on a true story, is a timeless drama … [Read more...] about Adirondack Regional Theatre Presents THE GUYS at the Essex Theatre Company August 27-29