Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce

Gore Mountain Region Chamber
Calendar of Events

Saturday, March 22 -
Wednesday, April 23
Widlund Gallery
ADK Pastel Society; Juried Art Show...."Color and Texture in the Adirondacks" at the Tannery Pond's Widlund Gallery.... Artist reception April 12, 5-7 pm
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Thursday, April 17 -
Thursday, December 18
North Creek Rotary Club
North Creek Rotary Club meets Thursday mornings at Marsha's Restaurant, 268 Main St, North Creek
Saturday, April 19
Wetland Detectives Training Workshop
Learn how to become a citizen scientist for this Adirondack wetland monitoring program!
Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb NY 12852 Join the Wetland Detective Monitoring Corps! Research has shown that climate change may cause drastic changes to Adirondack wetlands. Become a citizen scientist and conduct amphibian surveys that will be used to help preserve these vital ecosystems. This is the perfect opportunity to not only learn about the natural world, but help protect it as well. A 2nd workshop focused on plants and birds will be held on May 17th. Contact us for more information.
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Sunday, April 20
Easter Sunrise Service
Join our nondenominational service, then enjoy Easter brunch!

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Thursday, April 24
Cheesemaking!
Join Nancy Heckett and Susan Therio ...
for a fun filled evening of cheesemaking! This program is part of the sustainable living series brought to you jointly by the Town of Johnsburg Library and the ACOC with grants from the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Foundation and the Community Fund for Gore Mountain Region.
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Thursday, April 24
Cheesemaking!
Join Nancy Heckett and Susan Therio ...
for a fun filled evening of cheesemaking! This program is part of the sustainable living series brought to you jointly by the Town of Johnsburg Library and the ACOC with grants from the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Foundation and the Community Fund for Gore Mountain Region.
more info
Saturday, April 26
Amphibian Night Hike
Hike the AIC's trails under the stars while learning and listening for our local amphibians!
Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb NY 12852 Frogs and toads and salamanders, oh my! Come unlock the secrets of vernal pools and explore the springtime rituals of these amazing animals. All ages welcome. Be sure to wear appropriate layers of clothing and footwear. Pre-registration is required. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, April 26
RecruitNY
The North Creek Fire Co will opens its doors so residents and visitors can learn about what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter. The event is part of a statewide initiative--the 4th annual RecruitNY. Visitors will get tours of trucks/aparatus, try on gear, and see firefighting demos. North Creek Fire Co is located at 134 Main St in North Creek.
Saturday, May 3 -
Sunday, May 4
5th Annual Adirondack Adventure Festival
come to North Creek to sample ADK Adventures during 5th Annual ADK Adventure Festival. Learn about and participate in the myriad of outdoor activities the ADKs offers: fishing, hiking, rafting, paddling, etc. The Festival also offers food, artisans, kids activities and music.
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Saturday, May 17
Wetland Detectives Training Workshop II - Birds & Plants
Learn how to become a citizen scientist for this Adirondack wetland monitoring program!
Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb NY 12852 Join the Wetland Detective Monitoring Corps! Research has shown that climate change may cause drastic changes to Adirondack wetlands. Become a citizen scientist and conduct bird and plant surveys that will be used to help preserve these vital ecosystems. This is the perfect opportunity to not only learn about the natural world, but help protect it as well. Contact us for more information.
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Saturday, May 24 -
Wednesday, June 25
Widlund Gallery
Artist Jan Palmer Retrospective...Artist reception 6/14 from 5-7 pm
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Saturday, May 24
“Spring Fling,” romantic memorial concert and reception
to benefit the Adirondack Community Outreach Center (ACOC)
Dan Berggren, Carolyn Bischoff, Mike Corey, Dan Studnicky, Jeffrey Schanzer and Bernadette Speach and others will perform a potpourri of romantic tunes and a short story, followed by a scintillating reception to romance the night away. Please email Carolyn at bischca@gmail.com or call 251-3186 if you would like to perform or donate sweet or savory or further information.
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Saturday, May 24
3rd Annual Loons and Logs Day
A celebration of two of the region's most iconic symbols
The loons will be racing and chainsaws will be whirring this year. The day will include lectures and activities for the whole family, a demo from SUNY-ESF’s woodsmen team and of course, the much anticipated rubber loon race! Sponsor a loon for a chance at winning one of our many exciting prizes from local Adirondack businesses!
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Saturday, July 5
Minerva Day
Annual town-wide celebration. Yard Sales. Craft Vendors. Historical Society open house. Fireworks at the town beach.
Saturday, July 5
4th of July Celebration
Town of Johnsburg 4th of July elebration at the Ski Bowl in North Creek...Food, music and Fireworks