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!
Paul Smith’s College Adirondack Watershed Institute Expands the Adirondack Region’s Largest Community-Science Lake Monitoring Program
Volunteers are encouraged to join the effort The Paul Smith’s College Adirondack Watershed Institute (AWI) recently announced that it has been awarded a grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program to expand the Adirondack Lake Assessment Program (ALAP) and further safeguard … [Read more...] about Paul Smith’s College Adirondack Watershed Institute Expands the Adirondack Region’s Largest Community-Science Lake Monitoring Program
Essex Supervisor Video Message: Volunteer Work Day at Octagonal Schoolhouse
A video update from the Town of Essex Supervisor Ken Hughes. Includes information about potential changes to water law, Town Council meetings, and upcoming clean-up/work day at the Boquet Octagonal Schoolhouse. … [Read more...] about Essex Supervisor Video Message: Volunteer Work Day at Octagonal Schoolhouse
Volunteer at the Library!
We are now following our summer schedule and have a greater need for volunteers than during the winter months. We need people to fill in at the desk. Here are some of the things a desk volunteer gets to do: Interact with our wonderful patrons! Check books in and out, … [Read more...] about Volunteer at the Library!
Volunteers Will Prepare Trails for CATS Grand Hike
Next week, a 3-person Volunteer Vacation Crew will work with Bill Amadon and CATS volunteers to prepare the trails for the Grand Hike to the Essex Inn on May 13. It would be great to have your help so if you have any time next week, join the crew and celebrate Spring by working … [Read more...] about Volunteers Will Prepare Trails for CATS Grand Hike