Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce

Gore Mountain Region Chamber
Calendar of Events

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
Thursday, July 31
Huntington Lecture Series
For over 40 years, this public lecture series has been showcasing the latest science and research in the Adirondacks. For more information on this week’s topic, visit http://www.esf.edu/aic/programs/lectures.htm
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Thursday, July 31
Cruise Night in North Creek
Cruise Night with great cars, live music, raffles,door prizes, good food,shopping and more...on Main Street in Norht Creek...all makes and models and years welcome...
Thursday, July 31
North Creek Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh local produce, eggs, meat, poultry, wine, baked goods, jams/jellies, pickles, crafts and more each week. Located on Rt. 28 in North Creek on the lawn of the Tri-County Nursing Home.
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Saturday, August 2 -
Sunday, August 3
Gore Mountain Craft Fair
Don’t miss this fantastic event featuring Adirondack artisans & vendors, kid’s activities, summer food & drink menu, and live entertainment!
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Saturday, August 2
Waynestock VII
Grab a chair and enjoy great live music,live auction, raffles, food and more at Waynestock VII--a fundraiser for the North Country Hardship Fund. At the Ski Bowl in North Creek
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Saturday, August 2
5th Annual Rhythm&Rhymes at the Hudson
a townwide celebration of authors, artists and musicians
Meet 30 award winning authors and artists....Enjoy a concert featuring traditional ADK songssmith Dan Berggren
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Saturday, August 2
Flea Market
Adirondack Tri-County Nursing & Rehab Center Inc. Auxiliary
Annual Auxiliary Flea Market. Crafts, plants, antiques, food sale, books, white elephant, hot dogs, hamburgers, strawberry shortcake,and more. Vendors needed. 10 x 10 space for $15.00. Send check or money order for number of spaces needed to ATCN&RC Auxiliary, c/o Deana Wood, PO BOX 184, Wevertown, NY 12886 or call 518-251-5271 for more information.
Saturday, August 2
Race the Train
8.4 mile race from Riparius to North Creek....Take the train to Riparius and race back to town...Awards, refreshments and raffle prizes...7 am check-in; 8 am train; 9 am race
Thursday, August 7
Huntington Lecture Series
For over 40 years, this public lecture series has been showcasing the latest science and research in the Adirondacks. For more information on this week’s topic, visit www.esf.edu/aic/programs/lectures.htm
more info
Thursday, August 7
North Creek Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh local produce, eggs, meat, poultry, wine, baked goods, jams/jellies, pickles, crafts and more each week. Located on Rt. 28 in North Creek on the lawn of the Tri-County Nursing Home. Live music too!
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Saturday, August 9
Mid-Summer Walk with Peter O'Shea
Guided walk at the AIC
Favorite guest naturalist Peter O’Shea joins us for a guided nature walk searching for fruiting plants, singing birds, and other signs of summer along the trails. Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. Please call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, August 9
Free Music by the River Concert
Music by the River Concert....The Lucky Jukebox Brigade at Riverfront Park on Railroad Place, North Creek
Saturday, August 9
Northern New York Audubon Bird Walk
A guided walk searching for Adirondack birds
Adirondack Interpretive Center - Newcomb, NY Join us for a beautiful 2-3 mile walk in the privately owned Huntington Wildlife Forest. We will be traveling along a level dirt road that visits a lovely marsh, a small pond and includes both conifer and hardwood habitats. Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. Please call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Sunday, August 10
Painting the Landscape in Pastel
Mountaintop Workshop
Enjoy a day on the mountain learning about pastels and creating your own artwork. Instruction, lunch, and a scenic gondola ride are included.
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Wednesday, August 13
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Get Cool Film Series at the Tannery Pond Community Center... Fantastic Mr. Fox based on the the Roald Dahl book rated PG
Thursday, August 14
Huntington Lecture Series
For over 40 years, this public lecture series has been showcasing the latest science and research in the Adirondacks. For more information on this week’s topic, visit http://www.esf.edu/aic/programs/lectures.htm
more info
Thursday, August 14
North Creek Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh local produce, eggs, meat, poultry, wine, baked goods, jams/jellies, pickles, crafts and more each week. Located on Rt. 28 in North Creek on the lawn of the Tri-County Nursing Home. Live Music too!
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Friday, August 15
Mushroom Walk with Susan Hopkins
With the guidance of mushroom expert Susan Hopkins, head out for a mushroom hunt along the trails! The walk will be followed by an exploration and discussion of the specimens found and collected during the walk. Bring a lunch. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, August 16
Symposium: Toward a More Diverse Adirondacks
A symposium exploring diversity in the Adirondack Park.
This collaborative effort will explore diversity in the Adirondacks through multiple perspectives and how to reduce the diversity gap and forge a commitment to address diversity issues within the Park. Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. $20/person. Pre-registration required. More information and registration at www.esf.edu/nfi/diversity/symposium
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Saturday, August 16
Downhill Mountain Biking Camp
Enjoy the thrills and excitement of biking down the mountain, through wooded trails, and over rocks, logs and stream beds. Learn to ride with more control, climb more efficiently, and descend with more confidence. Our camps are for ages 10 & up, and offer downhill mountain biking instruction for beginner to intermediate level riders. It will be a fun-filled day at Gore, including lunch and all-day lift ticket!
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Sunday, August 17
The Sun: Earth's Essential Star
Learn about Earth's most important star - the Sun!
Did you know there are telescopes in space that are looking at the Sun 24 hours a day? Led by amateur astronomer Bob Fisher, learn what these telescopes have found and what it means for us on Earth. Weather permitting, participants will go outside to safely observe the Sun through Solar telescopes! Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. Please call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Sunday, August 17
ACOC-Black Mountain Open
9th Annual ADK Community Outreach Center-Black Mountain Open Golf Tournament
Monday, August 18 -
Friday, August 22
Mosaic Camps
Learn the art of mosaics in a fun, multi-age setting....make a mosaic project to take home as well as create and install elements for the North Creek Community Mural. Contact Kate Hartley at 681-9921 or katehartley@gmail.com (scholarships are available)
Thursday, August 21
North Creek Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh local produce, eggs, meat, poultry, wine, baked goods, jams/jellies, pickles, crafts and more each week. Located on Rt. 28 in North Creek on the lawn of the Tri-County Nursing Home. Live Music also!
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Saturday, August 23
The Stars of Summer
Explore the magnificent milky way!
The Milky Way is the destination for the evening! Local amateur astronomer Bob Fisher will lead participants on a tour through the summer sky both indoors and outdoors (weather permitting). Stargazers of all ages are welcome. Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. Please call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, August 23
Free Music by the River Concert
Music by the River Concert....Collette & the Mudcats...Riverfront Park on Railroad Place, North Creek, NY
Thursday, August 28
North Creek Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh local produce, eggs, meat, poultry, wine, baked goods, jams/jellies, pickles, crafts and more each week. Located on Rt. 28 in North Creek on the lawn of the Tri-County Nursing Home. Live music also.
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Friday, August 29
Mushroom Walk with Susan Hopkins
Search for mushrooms at the AIC!
With the guidance of mushroom expert Susan Hopkins, head out for a mushroom hunt along the trails! An exploration and discussion of collected specimens will follow the walk. Bring a lunch. Held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb, NY. Please call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, August 30
Watercolor Workshop with artist Frances Gaffney
Award winning painter and AIC’s Artist-in-Residence, Frances Gaffney will demonstrate her approach, materials, and equipment. Frances will choose a scene to paint and participants will gather around and paint along with her in a step-by-step method. By observing (taking photos as desired) and receiving individual coaching, participants will learn Frances’ approach to composition, value planning, perspective and painting techniques. Suggested materials - A variety of round and flat brushes, palette with large mixing area and lid, watercolor block or sheets, gatorboard or firm backingboard for paper, masking fluid, masking tape, spray bottle, flat toothbrush, paper towels, plastic container for water and pencil and eraser. We’ll be working outside, so be sure to bring: plein air easel OR folding table and chair, camera, bug spray, hat, water, and sunscreen, if desired. Pre-registration required. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, September 6
Bread Basket Workshop
Weave your own 5"x 12" Bread Basket with rattan reed and your choice of accent colors. All materials and tools will be provided. Class also includes a pottery warming stone for your basket and a scenic gondola skyride for your enjoyment. Please plan to purchase lunch at the concession on our sundeck, or feel free to pack your own. Approximate time 3 ½ hours. This class is suitable for ages 16 and up. Space is limited, reserve today!
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Friday, September 12 -
Sunday, September 14
Adirondack Fly Fishing Retreat
Geared toward beginning fly fishers, this workshop will not only focus on the art of fly casting and fly fishing, but also on the natural science of fly fishing. Led by licensed fly fishing guides with backgrounds in environmental science, the workshop will be held at the AIC, with fishing excursions planned nearby. No prior knowledge of fly fishing is necessary, nor is gear, which will be made available. Lodging and food provided onsite. $199/person. Pre-registration required. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, September 13
Party 101 Cooking Class
Learn to prepare various appetizers including stuffed mushrooms and cherry tomatoes, mini crab cakes, and more. Then enjoy the meal you've created! Party cocktails and pomegranate martinis for ages 21+. Space is limited, reserve today!
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Wednesday, September 17
Mushroom Walk with Susan Hopkins
With the guidance of mushroom expert Susan Hopkins, head out for a mushroom hunt along the trails! The walk will be followed by an exploration and discussion of the specimens found and collected during the walk. Bring a lunch. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, September 20
Carl Heilman II Photography Camp
Learn how to shoot various nature photography from the best in the business, with Gore as the backdrop. Explore fall foliage techniques, landscapes, wildflower photos, moving water, and more. Includes lunch, scenic gondola ride, and instruction.
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Sunday, September 21
Gore Mountain Leaf Cruncher
5K Trail Run/Walk - All ages welcome, includes a scenic gondola ride!
The Leaf Cruncher is back with an all-new (easier than past!) course layout. Check out this fun and family-oriented 5K which includes a scenic ride aboard the Northwoods Gondola to every runner. The course will be a combination of our rolling cross-country trails and flat base area, with a few steeper spots within the wooded areas. Treasure hunt for prizes on-course, as well as be "in the running" for great raffles following. Live music, easy parking, and great value in this fall 5K! All ages welcome, walkers should join us too! Save $10 when your register by August 29. Day-of registration and bib pick-up will be in the Base Lodge from 10am-12pm. Race starts at 1pm. The gondola is open 10am-4pm, and you are welcome to take your included ride before or after the run. Parking is ample and located in easy proximity to the course start and registration.
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Saturday, September 27
Bon Appetite Cooking Class
Learn to prepare a menu featuring seared scallops, coq au vin, salad Lyonnaise, and more. Then enjoy the meal you've created! Space is limited, reserve today!
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Saturday, September 27
Mushroom Walk with Susan Hopkins
With the guidance of mushroom expert Susan Hopkins, head out for a mushroom hunt along the trails! The walk will be followed by an exploration and discussion of the specimens found and collected during the walk. Bring a lunch. Call 518-582-2000 or email aic@esf.edu to register.
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Saturday, October 4
Adirondack Pack Basket Workshop
Weave your own full sized Adirondack Pack Basket complete with solid pine interior base and skids, and a custom cotton harness and matching sewn-in handle. This all-day class is suitable for adults and includes materials, tools, instruction, and lunch. Participants should bring a work shirt. Space is limited, reserve today!
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Saturday, October 4 -
Sunday, October 5
35th World's Largest Garage Sale
Warrensburg, NY
35th Annual Garage Sale with over 1,000 vendors...Free admission and parking with shuttle buses around town....
Saturday, October 4
Fiesta Cooking Class
Learn to prepare a menu featuring Baja fish tacos, carne asada, homemade salsa, and more. Then enjoy the meal you've created! Margaritas and Mexican beer sampling for ages 21+. Space is limited, reserve today!
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Saturday, October 11 -
Sunday, October 12
Gore Mountain Harvest Fest
Free family fun in a beautiful autumn atmosphere!
Don’t miss this fantastic event featuring local artisans & vendors, kid’s entertainment, hearty fall food & drink menu, and live entertainment all weekend!
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Saturday, October 11 -
Sunday, October 12
North Creek Fall Festival
Enjoy crafts, food, music and festivities on Main Street North Creek...Enjoy the fall folliage along the Hudson...
Wednesday, October 15
Foliage Dinner Train
Enjoy a 5 course dinner on the Saratoga and North Creek Railroad special dinner train. See the Hudson River and spectacular fall foliage as you travel from North Creek Station to Corinth and back.
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