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Ongoing until June 1 Summer Recreation Sign-ups - Registration for summer programs such as playschool, baseball, softball, tennis, t-ball, and kickball. Please return all paperwork (including immunization records if applicable) with payment. All paperwork and payment can either be dropped off at the Visitor's Information Center (open 7 days a week until 5) or mail your application with payment to Town Office of Webb - Attn: Webb Recreation PO Box 157, Old Forge NY 13420. For additional information please call Jackie at 315-399-0748 or email her at email@example.com. Click here to download Registration Form
Ongoing Mission Boutique - Gently used clothing and housewares at the former Thrift Shop at Niccolls Memorial Church in Old Forge. Open Fridays 10am - 12 Noon & 7 - 8:30pm, and Saturdays 10am - 12 Noon.
Ongoing Health Insurance Sign-up Need Health Insurance? Have the comfort of knowing you have protection against the surprises that life may bring. Certified NYS Navigators are available to help you enroll through the NY State Health Marketplace the last Thursday of each month in the Town of Webb Board Room at the Visitor Information Center in Old Forge.
Ongoing Morning Yoga - Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday. 8:30am - 10:00am at VIEW. Yoga has been shown to increase the strength of muscles, maintain the integrity of bones, and help to improve balance, coordination, and mobility. The gentle, therapeutic classes are open to any body and any age. No registration needed. Fee Per Class $10/$7 member $75/$50 member Monthly Rate for Unlimited Classes. Instructors: Kristin Helmer, Nanette Shovea, Kathy Queen, Pamela Rosenthal, Jeanne Selander Miller
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Fri May 5 - June 9 Toddler Story Time - Fridays 10am - 10:30am at the Old Forge Library. This 6 week program is for toddlers ages 1 - 2 amd a parent or caregiver. Led by Jackie Englert, children will listen to stories, enjoy puppets, learn finger plays and have some toy time. Registration is not required and walk-ins are welcome!
Fri May 26 Meet Me at the Library Gazebo - 5pm at the Old Forge Library. Locals Joe Bolton and Mary Brophy-Moore will entertain you with a contemporary acoustic set. Live music will be held at the Gazebo on the 4th Friday of every month during the months of May - August. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Fri-Sun May 26 - 29 Red White & Blue Spring into Summer Celebration - This family friendly town-wide event is filled with fun activities all weekend long including local garage sales, performances, exhibitions and workshops at View Arts, family fun at Calypso’s Cove, a family fishing derby, live music, fireworks, great specials and entertainment around town at local shops, restaurants and bars and so much more! The weekend will close on Monday with a Memorial Day parade down Main Street as we remember the men and women who have fallen while serving our country. http://www.memorialdayoldforge.com/
Fri-Sun May 26 - 28 Annual Great Adirondack Garage Sale - Over 70 miles of Garage Sales stretching from Old Forge, Inlet, Indian Lake to Long Lake. Sales along Route 28 and many side roads between Old Forge, Inlet, and Indian Lake, and Route 30 to Long Lake and Tupper Lake. Find great deals while touring the Adirondacks in springtime!
Fri & Sat May 26 & 27 Memorial Day Sale at the Goodsell Museum - Gently used items for sale to benefit the Goodsell Museum Fuel Fund. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat May 27 Old Forge Library Used Book Sale . 11am-3pm. There will be a large selection of used children’s books and adult paperbacks for sale at reasonable prices. For additional information, please phone 315-369-6008 or visit the website OldForgeLibrary.org.
Sat May 27 Annual Kiwanis Free Car Wash - 10:00am- 3pm at Calypso's Cove Parking Lot.. This annual fund raising event provides funds for the administration and operations of all the many Kiwanis children's activities that take place during the year.
Mon May 29 Memorial Day Parade & Wreath Laying Ceremony - Parade down Main Street at 10am with ceremonies at school, fire hall & cemetery. Refreshments after at Old Forge Fire Hall.
Fri June 2 - Oct 6 First Friday Art Walks - On the first friday of every month from 5pm to 8pm, the First Friday Art Walks offer a selection of artists, events, art work, refreshments, music and hands-on experience to engage everyone. For additional information please call 315-369-6411
Fri & Sat June 2 & 3 Bikes & Brews in the ADK - Sponsored by local bar and restaurant owners to coordinate a fun motorcycle weekend full of Live Entertainment and Events. The event has expanded to include area businesses in Eagle Bay, Big Moose, Inlet & Raquette Lake. Find a list of participating businesses and events onthe event Facebook page: Bikes & Brews Thunder in Old Forge/Inlet
Sun June 4 Tapestry - 3pm at VIEW. An a capella choir, ‘Tapestry’, known as ‘The All-Centuries Singers’, is directed by G. Roberts Kolb, D.M.A., Professor of Music, Hamilton College and features veteran singers with classical choral experience. $15 non-members. $10 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Fri & Sat June 16 & 17 20th Annual Father's Day Weekend Parade & Car Show - Friday evening at 7pm, the parade will be escorted down Main Street in Old Forge. On Saturday, the judged show starts at 9am with cars required on the field at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street by Noon. Trophies and prizes will be awarded at 3pm. Cash prizes for Best of Show - Antique and Best of Show - Modified. Spectators $3 (children age 12 & under free) Vehicle registration fee $15 per car, pre-registration before June 1st $10 per car Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association.
Sat June 17 Afternoon at the Albedor - 2PM - 6PM. Join VIEW for an afternoon of food, wine, and music at the Albedor on Fourth Lake. $60/$50 Member. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sun June 18 Annual Father’s Day Frog Jumping Contest - On the lakefront at Noon. Children can bring their champion frog to win prizes and fathers should wear their most outrageous tie! Largest, smallest, and longest jumper. Great family fun! Don’t worry, all frogs are released unharmed. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association. Phone 315-369-6983 for additional information.
Tues June 20 "The Fulton Chain: A New History" - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. Author and Historian Charles Herr will give a presentation highlighting his book "The Fulton Chain: Early Settlement, Steamboats, Railroads and Hotels". This new book represents the first general history of the Fulton Chain region in almost 70 years, Books will be available for purchase and author signing after the program. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Tues June 27 Women Belong in History Books: Volume Two - 7:30pm at the Old Forge Library. Historians Peg Nash Masters and Richard Williams will give a presentation on the second volume of the Women Belong in History Books. This book finishes the work started in Volume 1 to gill a void in local history and features over 50 notable women from Oneida and Herkimer counties from 1700s through the 1950s. Books will be available for purchase. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Thurs June 29 Garden Party - 4pm - 7pm at Moose River House B&B. Reservations required. Sponsored by the Goodsell Museum. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Fri June 30 Children's Book Sale - 1pm - 4pm at the Old Forge Farner's Market. Friends of the Library in conjunction with Mid York Library System will be selling used children's books at the Farmers Market located behind the Old Forge Hardware. Mid York Library System personnel will be on hand to issue library cards and show patrons new services available through the Library. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Fri June 30 Meet Me at the Library Gazebo - 5pm at the Old Forge Library. Adirondack duo Jim and Bonnie Tracy will perform. They have been playing together since 1979 and enjoy performing traditional music, old time country, piedmont blues and folk revival music from the 1960s. Live music will be held at the Gazebo on the 4th Friday of every month during the months of May - August. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Sun July 2 45th Annual Festival of Arts & Crafts - Adirondack Bank Parking Lot. 9AM - 6PM. Hosts more than 40 skilled vendors and features an extensive assortment of food and hand crafted items. This year’s event is sponsored by Adirondack Bank. The festival will be located at Adirondack Bank’s parking lot at 108 Codling Street, which is right across from the Old Forge Public Beach. Craft vendors include local jeweler, Mary Blanchard, and popular potters, Greg Rudd and Dean White, in addition to many others. There will also be a variety of food vendors offering more than 20 varieties of homemade fudge as well as fresh roasted nuts, squeezed lemonade and barbeque prepared on site. Admission to the event is $3. Proceeds will benefit View. Free parking is available near by. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues July 4 Fourth of July Celebration - Music at the Lakefront and fireworks over Old Forge Pond. Phone 315-369-6983 for additional information.
Wed July 5 Moss Lake Walking Tour - 9AM at Moss Lake Trail Head. Tour led by Geof Lonstaff. reservations required. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed July 5 "Thendara Historical District" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Stuart Decamp. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Fri July 7 A Walk in the Woods Gala - 5:30pm at View. is hosting its annual gala, A Walk In The Woods, a fundraising event that celebrates the future of arts programming. The gala begins with signature cocktails and a silent auction of unique items donated by local artists and businesses. After dinner, there will be music and dancing in View’s stunning performance area, Gould Hall. A Walk In The Woods is open to the public with ticket prices beginning at $250 per guest. Patron tables are also available for groups and businesses. Tickets can be purchased here, or by calling View at (315) 369-6411 extension 201. Proceeds will go toward funding a year of programming in View’s state-of-the-art, 28,000 square-foot building. To learn more about View programming, visit ViewArts.org, or call (315) 369-6411 extension 201.
Sat July 8 Town of Webb Historical Association Benefit Auction - Preview at 10am and bidding starts at 11am. June DeLair of Constableville Auction House will be the auctioneer. Something for everyone. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Mon July 10 Fiction - 7:30pm at VIEW. Written by Steven Dietz and Directed by Allison Studdiford. This dramatic play unravels a mysterious literary love triangle spanning decades and continents. It examines the hows and whys of the various fictions we devise to make our lives livable, and what happens when a crisis forces us to deal with the realities we have hidden from ourselves and our loved ones. $22 non-members. $18 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues July 11 North Country Stories & Music - 7:30pm at the Old Forge Library with master storyteller Bill Smith & fiddler champion Donnie Woodcock. For additional information please call 315-369-6008.
Tues July 11 "Stillwater Fire Tower - The Unheralded Historic Site in the Town of Webb" Presentation - 7pm at Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Jim Fox. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed July 12 "Through the Years at Fulton Chain Station" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by John Taibi. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat July 15 Riverview Cemetery Walking Tour - 10am at the Riverview Cemetery. Tour given by Peg Masters. Reservations required. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat July 15 Antique Wooden Boat Show and Fulton Chain Rendezvous - Awards for best historic, antique and classic categories. Sponsored by the Adirondack Chapter of The Antique & Classic Boat Society and the Central Adirondack Association
Sat July 15 Triskele - 7:30pm at VIEW. Triskele, [pronounced Tris-Kay-lee] is an all~female Celtic band known for their stunning harmonies, singing the Gaelic language, and for their Irish wit. These ladies perform traditional, original and some modern Celtic/Irish music. Triskele instrumentation includes, 12-string and 6-string guitar, mandolin, Bodhran, flute, whistles, and various percussion instruments. $25 non-members. $20 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues July 18 "Adirondack Storyteller" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Mitch Lee. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Tues July 18 "Faces from the Past" Adirondack History - 7:30pm at the Old Forge Library. Power point presentation by Dr. Dick Lindsay. For additional information please call 315-369-6008.
Wed July 19 James and the Giant Peach - 2pm at VIEW. A Pendragon Theater’s family-play by Roald Dahl. Directed by Matt Sorensen, James is based on one of Roald Dahl’s most poignantly quirky stories. This is an adventurous musical about courage and self-discovery through music and puppetry. A magical peach! An imprisoned boy! Insect friends! An incredible journey! This amazing adventure of James Henry Trotter will fulfill the fantasy of anyone who has ever dreamed of escape. Roald Dahl's story comes hilariously to life in this delightful dramatization that reveals the wickedness of some, the goodness of others, and the indecision encountered by many when they are faced with crises. $15 adults. $12 students. $5 kids. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Wed July 19 "Early Camps and Hotels of Fourth Lake" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Bruce Bonfield. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Thurs July 20 Secret Garden Tour - The tour provides an opportunity to visit local pristine gardens at private residences in a ten-mile radius. Michele DeCamp, who has organized the Secret Garden Tour for several years, has been busy choosing this year's gardens of choice. Admission: $25/$20 for members. For reservations please call 315 369 6411 x 211 Meet at VIEW 9am leave at 9:30 this tour should be done by noon. We have leaders to follow, you can carpool or drive your own car we will drive about 10 miles one way stopping to see gardens along the way. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Thurs July 20 Mini Golf Tournament - Nutty Putty Golf. Sponsored by the Town of Webb Historical Association. For more information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat July 22 Traditional and Bluegrass Music - 6:30pm at the Old Forge Library. Multi-instrumentals with The Cadleys. John and Cathy Cadley are one of the area’s most entertaining and popular duos. Following in the tradition of great male-female duets like Ian & Sylvia, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons, they show how two voices blended in seamless harmony can produce one powerful sound. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Sat July 22 & Sun July 23 43rd Annual Vintage and Antique Show & Sale - Held at Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street. This year's show will feature over 50 dealers with an array including antique and vintage furniture, camp decor, oriental rugs, jewelry, hotel china, books, fine art, sporting goods, and taxidermy. Show Hours: Saturday, July 22, 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday, July 23, 9 am - 4 pm. Admission: $6.00 good for the entire weekend. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sun July 23 Adirondack Storytelling Festival - 12pm at the Old Forge Library. Rain or shine under a tent on the library lawn. Storytelling with Joe Bruchac, Bill Smith, Susan Trump and Roy Hurd. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Tues July 25 "Commemorating our WWI Veterans" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Peg Masters. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Tues July 25 "Mountain Voices" Storytelling Performance - 7:30pm at the Old Forge Library.
Fri July 28 Ice Cream Bowl Social - Come enjoy your favorite Mercer's Dairy ice cream in a handmade bowl at Point Park, in the center of Old Forge across from the Old Forge Hardware Store. Local potters make these one-of-a-kind ceramic bowls in the Meyda Tiffany & Lighting Creative Arts Wing at View. Be sure to arrive early! There are many bowls and other ceramic pieces to choose from and plenty of ice cream and toppings at the ready. The pottery will have a range of prices depending upon the choice, from $10 to $25, which includes ice cream. If you choose not to purchase pottery, you may make a donation of $5 and receive an ice cream sundae. This annual event benefits the Rintrona Ceramics Studio and has become a favorite destination for an afternoon ice cream treat with friends and family. Should it rain, the event will be moved to the Old Forge Fire Hall located next to Point Park. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Fri July 28 Meet Me at the Library Gazebo - 5pm at the Old Forge Library. Nick Piccininni with perform. Live music will be held at the Gazebo on the 4th Friday of every month during the months of May - August. For additional information please call 315-369-6008
Sat July 29 Great Adirondack BBQ - Can you smell that? Get closer, it’s the good stuff, and we’re smokin it. If you like good BBQ then make sure to join us for the Adirondack BBQ Festival. We have great cooks from all over coming to participate in one of the smokiest events ever in the Adirondacks. To truly experience it you need to be here smelling it, tasting it and having fun with like mined people in Old Forge, NY. It’s a great event for the whole family with activities for all to participate in. OVER $15,000+ IN PRIZES! For additional information please visit http://adirondackbbqfestival.com/
Sat - Sun July 29 - 30 Old Forge Home Show - No matter how big or small your project is, the 2017 Old Forge Show is sure to help you find the answers you need. Whether you want to tackle tiling your bathroom, building a tree house, enhancing your turf or creating your own personal Adirondack camp, the Old Forge Home Show is the place to find the most qualified experts in the field of home building, remodeling and improving. For additional information please visit www.OldForgeHomeShow.com or call 315-527-5957
Sat July 29 Nick Ziobro - 7:30pm at VIEW. BOOM!- Nick Ziobro returns to View for the 4th consecutive year, bringing an ALL NEW, high energy show featuring music that shaped the Baby Boomers generation. $32 non-members. $28 members. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues Aug 1 "History of Dart's Lake and Camp Gorham" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Steve Braun. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed Aug 2 "History of the Rap-Shaw Club" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Ed Pitts. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat Aug 5 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors Walkabout Lecture and Brunch -
10am - 12pm at View. This year Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors Judge, Ken Call, AWS, NWS, TWSA will be discussing a selection of the paintings featured in this years exhibition. The cost for the Brunch and Lecture is $15 for non members/ $10 for View members and exhibiting artists. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sat & Sun Aug 5 & 6 Gun Show & Adirondack Expo - The Gun Show is held at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center and hosted by NEACA inc of New York. All Federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. Hours are Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 9am - 3pm. Admission $7 Adults. Children 14 & Under Free.Seniors $6.
Tues Aug 8 "Boreal Birds and Warblers" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Gary Lee. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed Aug 9 Moss Lake Walking Tour - 9AM at Moss Lake Trail Head. Tour led by Geof Lonstaff. reservations required. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed Aug 9 "
The Longstaff Legacy" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Geof Longstaff. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Thurs Aug 10 Broadway Meets Opera - 7:30pm at VIEW. Starring David and Katie Pershall accompanied by Arthur McManus on piano. Featured as one of opera’s 25 Rising Stars in Opera News, American Baritone David Pershall has been seen at some of the world’s foremost theaters including the Metropolitan Opera, Vienna State Opera, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Washington National Opera. Tickets $35 Find more information at (315) 369-6411 ext. 0, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.viewarts.org
Sat Aug 12 House Tour by Boat - Twenty four party barges will depart at 10 a.m. from the Old Forge Lakefront on Saturday, Aug. 12, to take passengers on a first class tour of some of the most fabulous camps on the Fulton Chain. The annual House Tour by Boat provides an inside look into the camps that boaters can only observe from the water. Registration and check in begins at 8:30 am. The tour has limited availability in order to have or ample time to visit each camp. Advanced registration is required to participate. The cost is $70 or $60 for members of View. Proceeds benefit View, the arts center in Old Forge. This event is a "rain or shine" and will proceed if the weather is permitting. In the case of severe weather meaning lightning and thunderstorms, the event organisers will determine if it is safe to proceed. In an extreme case, the event will be cancelled with no rain date. As this is a major fundraiser for View we will be unable to offer refunds. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sun Aug 13 Old Forge Triathlon - 1000 meter swim, 22 mile bike ride and 4 mile run. Race begins at 7:50 am, last wave leaves at 8 am To register or for more information visit http://atcendurance.com/?page_id=19.
Tues Aug 15 "The Earl Covey Story - His Life, His Buildings, His Faith" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by Dick Williams. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed Aug 16 "Verplank Colvin - Father of the Adirondack Park" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Bill Killon. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Wed Aug 19 The Mammals - 7:30 at VIEW. Mike + Ruthy, touring American folk act and founders of The Mammals are bringing back the band name that energized crowds in the 00's and gave them their start. The Mammals originated as a partnership between Ruthy Ungar, Mike Merenda and Tao Rodriguez-Seeger (Pete's grandson) and later grew to include other players. The 2017 lineup includes some former Mammal members including Jacob Silver and Ken Maiuri when they are not touring with Lee Fields and the B-52's respectively. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues Aug 22 "Adirondack Logging" Presentation - 7pm at the Big Moose Community Chapel. Presentation given by William "Jay" O'Hern. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat Aug 26 Cahal Dunne - 7:30pm at VIEW. Dunne is a composer, classically trained concert pianist, storyteller, comedian and television personality. He has performed with Bob Hope, Al Martino, Tony Orlando and has performed for several American Presidents. So with his Irish to Broadway to Country repertoire, a great show is guaranteed!
Wed Aug 30 "At Home in the Adirondacks - A History of the Iroquoian & Algonquian Peoples" Presentation - 7pm at the Thendara Town Hall. Presentation given by Dr. Melissa Otis. For additional information please call 315-369-3838.
Sat Sept 2 Plein Air Art Auction - Join us during this exciting evening for the chance to own an original work of Adirondack art, created for and graciously donated to View by some of the region's most highly regarded plein air painters. The event includes the live auction, with more artwork in the lobby by participating artists, consignments, a raffle and more. The event is free and open to the public and all proceeds will go to underwrite programming at View. If you are an artist interested in participating, please contact View Curator, Cory E. Card, at email@example.com. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sat Sept 2 Falling Leaves Craft Fair - 10am - 4pm at the Park Ave Building.
This show features hand-crafted items only. Come meet the talented artists! There is delicious food available. Admission of $2 to benefit non-profit charities. Anyone interested in renting a booth space can call Pat Wuest at 315-794-4850!
Sun Sept 3 Labor Day Weekend Celebration - Music, Automobile Raffle & Fireworks over the Old Forge Pond. Please call 315-369-6983 for additional information.
Sun Sept 3 CAP-PY Duck Derby - Join in on what is becoming an Adirondack family event. Watch as 3,000 rubber ducks sail down the Moose River. Many great prizes from local sponsors. Sponsored by CAP-21. Please call 315-369-3553 or visit cap-21.org for additional information.
Fri - Sun Sept 8-10 Adirondack 90 Miler Canoe Race This three-day, 90-mile flat water race follows the original highways of the Adirondacks from Old Forge to Saranac Lake. The course offers a mix of lake and river flat water paddling with several carries. Participants receive a T-shirt, mileage pins, awards, camping, snacks, boat shuttles and a post race meal. Entry forms for this race go out via U.S. Mail in June ( email or call before June 1 to be added to the mailing list ). The 90 - Miler is limited to 275 boats. Entry deadline is July 25. Entry fee is $150 per paddler ($125 for AWA members.) call 518-891-2744
Sat Sept 9 Old Forge Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K -
The full marathon, half marathon and 5K will take place on established bike (snowmobile in the winter) trails that run between the northeast portion of Old Forge, just north of the Water Safari, and work their way towards Eagle Bay. The trail course is mostly gravel and dirt roads. A true Adirondack experience.
Sat Sept 9 Brewfest - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. BrewFest Craft Beer Festival will take place at the North Street Pavilion in Old Forge, New York. Old Forge on Tap will showcase over 60 releases from some of America's best craft breweries. Attendees will receive three hours of sampling along with a souvenir sampling glass. If you like hanging out in an atmosphere filled with live music, delicious food and great beer, then this is the event for you!Admission is $30 for View members or $40 for non-members. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit ViewArts.org/events or call 315-369-6411 extension 201.
Sun Sept 10 George Orwell’s 1984 - 3pm at VIEW. Performed by Pendragon Theatre adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, Directed by Mason Wagner. A ferocious and provocative adaptation of Orwell's iconic novel. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Sun Sept 17 Raymond Erickson – 3pm at VIEW. Raymond Erickson, a summer resident for over thirty years, recently returned from a 3-week lecture and performance tour of China and Taiwan, that culminated in a sold-out , all-Bach harpsichord recital in Beijing's celebrated Forbidden City Concert Hall. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Fri - Sun Sept 22 - 24 Adirondack Music, Art & Food Festival - View.
The 3rd Annual Adirondack Music, Art and Food Festival here at View! A weekend full of everything we have to offer! For complete information on performances, please viist https://www.viewarts.org/events/upcoming-events/adirondack-music-art-and-food-festival/ or call VIEW at 315-369-6411