Event will focus on attracting a new generation of residents to the Adirondacks The 14th annual Adirondack Common Ground Alliance Forum will take place on July 14-15, conducted in one-and-a-half to three-hour sessions via video conference each morning. A one hour closing … [Read more...] about Common Ground Alliance Forum to Be Held Virtually; Open to All
The Essex community blog has been publicizing events happening in and around Essex, New York since June 2011. The archive below includes all posts that were categorized as events. If you are unable to find the Essex event that you are looking for, visit the Essex Community Calendar, the quickest and easiest way to discover what's happening in and around Essex. In addition to the default calendar view, you can view a list of upcoming events and you can add an event.
Adirondack Pollinator Project Offers Exciting Activities for Families The Adirondack Pollinator Project (APP) is once again celebrating National Pollinator Week, June 22-28, to highlight the critical importance of pollinators to biodiversity, food availability, and the … [Read more...] about National Pollinator Week Celebrated in the Adirondacks
Hosted by Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and The Wild Center's Youth Climate Program Registration is now open for the Stay-In-stitute for Climate Change Education, a virtual conference for educators across the country, … [Read more...] about Registration Open for Stay-In-stitute for Climate Change Education Virtual Conference
Hosts Digital Day Full of Programs, Activities and Games The Wild Center is throwing a Virtual Not Quite Open But Dearly Hopin' Spring Jamboree on Friday, May 1, 2020. The all-day event celebrates and symbolizes a new season at The Wild Center, which normally opens its doors on … [Read more...] about The Wild Center Celebrates a New Season with a Virtual Spring Jamboree
The Ticonderoga Historical Society remains busy with plans for a vigorous 2020 program season, promising no cancellations in planned activities, as long as social distancing restrictions begin to ease late in the spring. “We have discussed it at length,” said THS President … [Read more...] about Ticonderoga Historical Society Says “Postponement – not Cancellation”