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October 2017 | November 2017 | December 2017
January 2018 | February 2018 | March 2018
Ongoing Adult Men's Basketball - Tuesdays & Thursdays 7pm-9pm at the Town of Webb School Gym.
18yr of age & older
Ongoing until March 26 Adult Co-ed Pickleball - Every Monday starting at 6:15pm at the Park Ave Gym.
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 Oct 6 - Nov 10 Toddler Story Time - 10am - 10:30am. Every Friday at the Old Forge Library.
Fri Oct 13 Opening Reception: Quilts Unlimited and Keeping with Tradition: Churn Dash - 5pm at View
Sat Oct 14 Quilts Unlimited Lecture and Luncheon - 9am at View. This year will feature a lecture by our Juror of Awards, Renee Fleuranges Valdes. Renee Fleuranges Valdes didn't try quilting until 1999, and never in her wildest dreams did she think this would turn into an insatiable passion. Her favorite part of the process is the free motion quilting. While her focus for the past few years has been on art quilts, she started out making traditional quilts, and had a genuine love for paper-pieced quilts. Her quilts have been shown across the United States, in quilts shows and art galleries, and she has won numerous quilting awards. The event is $20/$15 members, preregistration is required for the luncheon. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit www.viewarts.org
Tues Oct 24 A Question of Survival - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. A presentation by author Gene Lalonde. Gene will offer insight on the types of emergencies that may be encountered in one’s lifetime and suggestions on how to prepare for and survive them. The author is a survivalist and retired pilot. He currently lives off-grid in Northern NY.
Fri Oct 27 Annual Halloween Costume Party and Contest -2pm at the Old Forge Library. Prizes will be awarded for best costume in Babies through Seniors categories. This year’s judges will be Fred and
Carolyn Trimbach. Come and enjoy the treats, crafts and fun! For additional information please visit www.OldForgeLibrary.org
Sat Oct 28 Pumpkin Fest - 4pm - 6pm at the Old Forge Fire Hall. Pumpkin carving, face painting, donuts and cider.
Wed Nov 15 Preseason Snowmobile Permit Sale Ends -
The Towns of Webb & Inlet Snowmobile Trail Permits are currently on sale for the upcoming winter season. The Pre-Season Permit sale price is $65 per snowmobile until November 15, 2017 and then the price will be $80. Permits can be purchased in person at the Visitors Information Centers in Old Forge or Inlet, through the mail or online. Click here for additional information or to purchase your permit.
Fri - Sun Nov 24 - 26 Adirondack Christmas on Main Street - Area clubs, civic groups and businesses have planned an unforgettable family experience. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in town and they have a surprise for you this year, their reindeer will have a yearling along with them. Families will be treated to old fashioned horse-drawn wagon rides, face painting, tree lightings, a light parade, Zoo Mobile, Puppet Show, pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, Candy Cane Hunt, Reindeer Fun Run and more! All free of charge! Additional venues are also available for your enjoyment. Including the Santa Express Train, holiday arts and crafts at View and Ace Hardware. Keep your antlers on from the Reindeer Run, the fun doesn't stop there -- wear your antlers into the special holiday 2pm matinee at the Strand Theater and receive a free small popcorn and 1/2 price matinee. For additional information please visit http://www.adkchristmasonmain.com/
Mon Dec 4 Snowmobile Trails Open for Season - Conditions permiting.
Fri - Sun Dec 8 - 10 Snodeo - The 41st Annual SNODEO will kick-off snowmobile season at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center Pavilion in Old Forge. All four manufacturers will have the 2018 snowmobile models on display. During the weekend, you will find there's so much to do for the entire family. For more information please call (315) 369-6983 or visit www.Snodeo.com
Sat Dec 9 AmSnow Dynotech Research New York Shootout - Chip & Cindy Sauer's Track, behind the Ole Barn. Gates open at 8 a.m. The shootout starts at 11 a.m. - snow or no snow! The spectator fee is $10. Trail riders can run 660 feet for $10. This event will host the four snowmobile manufacturers: Arctic Cat, Ski-Doo, Yamaha, and Polaris, as well as shop-modified runs.
We put the newest stock snowmobiles on the radar gun for the first time to see which one can claim bragging rights as the 2017-18 snowmobile season gets underway. But that's not all! You'll also witness some of North America's top performance shops showcasing their products down Chip & Cindy Sauer's quarter-mile track behind The Ole Barn restaurant. Plenty of food, beverages, and fun to be had. This is one wild snowmobile party you don't want to miss! For additional information visit http://www.adirondackexperience.com/inlet/new-york-shootout
Sat Jan 13 Youth Safety Course - Inlet Fire Hall. Space is limited and youths must be registered to attend. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Registration will open on Monday, January 1st. Pre-registration is required and calls will not be accepted before the specified date for the course. Register by calling instructor Ernie Gilbert at 315-369-3695.
Fri & Sat Jan 19 & 20 19th Annual Poker Run - Get your buddies and go for it! Purse is $700 and there is over 70 door prizes and last year’s 50/50 was $250. Pick up your playing card at any one of the 25 sponsors (more sponsors this year than we’ve had for years). One sponsor will be open a short time with free appetizers. Get your card stamped from as many sponsors as possible. Go to Daikers Restaurant at 5:15 pm on Saturday January 20, 2018. Your one card can purchase up to 10 hands for $10 per hand (no need for 2 cards, only one card will be accepted per player). Winner must be present to win. You are dealt as many cards as you have stamps on your card. You need at least 5 different stamps as the poker game is 5 card stud. Come join the fun and ride safe!
Fri - Sun Feb 9 - 11 McCauley Mountain Winter Carnival - Enjoy a parade down Main Street in Old Forge, followed by an ice skating party. The coronation of the King and Queen will be held at McCauley Mountain, followed by torchlight skiing, dare-devil jumpers & fireworks. After the fireworks, the community is invited to a dance in the chalet.
Fri & Sat March 9 & 10 Snofest - By mid-March many snowmobilers start putting away their sleds and start thinking about summer. Not in Old Forge, New York! The four major dealers: Ski Doo, Yamaha, Polaris, and Arctic Cat will premier their 2018 models. Demos rides, conditions permitting. Please contact Old Forge’s local dealerships for exact days & times of demos; Big Moose Arctic Cat & Yamaha at (315) 357-2998, Don’s Polaris at (315) 369-3255 and Smith Marine at (315) 369-9911. Thousands of snowmobile enthusiasts take advantage of this opportunity to be the first to preview next year’s line of sleds and gear.
Fri March 16 St Patrick's Day Parade - 5pm down Main Street in Old Forge. This is a "don't miss" event! This is the best (and only) Irish Parade in the Adirondacks. Creativity is always the main theme of this parade. Along with the usual participants, many groups are secretly making costumes and floats that will be a surprise for this year’s parade. Individuals now try to outdo their prior year’s costumes or floats. Parade favorites return year after year. Local pickups with snowplows will entertain while in formation, under the name Synchronized Snowplows. The Old Forge Redheads group will be there, as will the Old Forge Irish Setters Club (which still has many dogs, but no Irish Setters). The Precision Shopping Carts will again be weaving their formations up Main Street, in spite of the poor physical conditioning of the pushers!