Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce

Gore Mountain Region Chamber
Calendar of Events

Monday, May 30 -
Saturday, June 24
Paintings of Stu Eichel
North Country Arts
NorthCountryARTS closes the spring exhibition season in their 2nd. Floor Gallery at City Hall with the truck paintings of Saratoga resident Stu Eichel. The exhibit runs May 30-June 24 with a reception on June 3, 5–7 PM. The public is cordially invited to the reception.
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Wednesday, June 1 -
Wednesday, June 29
Julia Johnson Mixed Media Exhibit
Julia Johnson Mixed Media Show at Tannery Pond Community Center's Widlund Gallery. Artist reception June 10 from 5-7 pm
Saturday, June 4
Spring Wildflower Walk
Please register by June 1st.
Join guest naturalist Peter O'Shea for a jaunt around the Adirondack Interpretive Center’s trails to look for spring and early summer wildflowers. aic@esf.edu or (518) 582-2000
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Friday, June 10 -
Saturday, July 23
Summer Creations
North Country Arts
Exhibition at North Country Arts gallery in Chestertown 6378 State Route 9. Opening reception is Friday, June 10 6-8 p.m. The exhibition runs through July 23. Closing party Saturday, July 23 2-4 p.m..
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Saturday, June 11
1st Regional Women's Conference
1st Regional Women's Conference "When Life Gives You Lemons" at First United Methodist Church of Warrensburg. Kathy Hammond keynote speaker and musical guest. For more info or to register call Amy at 251-2519
Saturday, June 18
Warbler Walk
Space is limited to 15, so please register by June 15th.
Our forest warblers should be back by mid-June, so join Charlotte Demers for a stroll on the Sucker Brook Trail to try and spot some of these summer residents. Meet at the AIC for this 2 hour walk. aic@esf.edu or (518) 582-2000
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Thursday, June 23 -
Saturday, October 1
North Creek Farmers Market
North Creek Farmers Market on the grounds of the Tri-County Nursing and Rehab center, Rt. 28, North Creek.
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Friday, July 1 -
Wednesday, June 1
Opening Reception Megan Schorpp and Jacqueline Touba
North Country Arts
An exhibition of Pottery by Megan Schorpp, as well as Pen & Ink and Batik by Jacqueline Touba. The show runs from June 27 through July 29. Exhibition is in North Country Arts' Second Floor Gallery at City Hall, 42 Ridge St. Glens Falls NY Hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Saturday, July 2 -
Sunday, July 31
Garnet Weavers Fiber Arts Exhibit
Garnet Weavers Fiber Arts Exhibitat Tannery Pond Community Center's Widlund Gallery. Artist reception July 8 from 5-7 pm
Saturday, July 2
Fireworks
Fourth of July Fireworks in North Creek's Ski Bowl Park. Entertainment and food before the show.
Saturday, July 2
Minerva Day Fireworks
Fireworks over Minerva Lake in celebration of Minerva Day. Community potluck supper and live music before the display.
Friday, July 8 -
Saturday, August 27
Summer Dreams
North Country Arts
Exhibition of local artists at NCA Gallery at The Shirt Factory, Suite 114, 71 Lawrence St. Glens Falls, NY. Opening reception is Friday, July 8 from 6-8 p.m. The exhibition runs until August 27. Closing party is Saturday August 27 from 2-4 p.m.
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Saturday, July 23
Made in the ADKs Fair
Made in the ADKs Fair at the ADK Museum in Blue Mountain Lake.
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Saturday, July 30
Library Used Book Sale
TOJ Library Annual Used Book Sale featuring thousands of books, cd's, dve, puzzles and more. Bake sale and raffles too. Held at Tannery Pond Community Center
Sunday, July 31
Ididaride!
Ididaride! ADK Mountain Club's Adirondack Bike Tour with a 75 mile and a 20 mile loop option. Leaves from and returns to the North Creek Ski Bowl. Includes sag wagons, shuttles, snacks, water and après ride party with prizes and barbecue. Reg by 7/18
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Sunday, July 31
ididaride! Bike Tour
11th Annual ididaride! Bike Tour featuring a 75 mile or a 20 mile loop leaving from the North Creek Ski Bowl. Four rest stops with snacks and water provided along the route. Apres-ride party featuring barbeque, drink, prizes and music. Reg deadline is 7/18
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Wednesday, August 3 -
Tuesday, August 30
Pastels, Oils and Pottery Exhibit
Corey Pitkin, Pastels & Oils and Shelia Blunt Pottery Exhibit at Tannery Pond Community Center. Artist reception Aug 10 from 5-7 pm
Saturday, August 6
Waynestock
Waynestock X benefit concert for the North Country Hardship Fund...noon to 11 pm, Ski Bowl Park, North Creek...10 bands, food and raffles..
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Saturday, August 6
42nd Annual Flea Market
Tri-County Nursing and Rehab Center's 41st annual flea market, bake sale and more...Rt. 28, North Creek
Saturday, August 6
14th Annual Race the Train
14th Annual Race the Train 8.4 mile race from Riparius to North Creek Check in and Race Day Registration available from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Friday August 5, 2016, or 7:00am to 7:45am on Saturday August 6, at the North Creek Depot, 3 Railroad Place, North Creek, NY
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Friday, August 19 -
Sunday, August 21
13th Annual Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival
13th Annual Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival at Ski Bowl Park in North Creek.
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Saturday, August 20
Upper Hudson Wine Trail Wine Tasting
Taste wine from 15 wineries of the Upper Hudson Wine Trail in North Creek's Riverfront Park. Enjoy offerings from a local brewery, distillery plus food and crafts.
Sunday, August 28
ACOC Golf Open
Adirondack Community Outreach Center's 11th Annual Golf Open at Cronin's golf Resort in Warrensburg.
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Saturday, September 10 -
Sunday, September 11
Rustic Furniture Fair
ADK Museum's Rustic Furniture Fair in Blue Mountain Lake.
Saturday, September 17
Carl Heilman II Photography Camp
Gore's sixth annual photography camp with Carl Heilman.
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. MAXIMUM 20 PEOPLE - Please contact Carl to reserve your spot, this class will sell out! (518) 494-3072 or photos@carlheilman.com
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Saturday, October 1
Gore Mountain Leaf Cruncher 5K
5K Trail Run/Walk includes Scenic Gondola Ride!
Check out this fun and family-oriented 5K which includes a scenic ride aboard the Northwoods Gondola to every runner. Open to runners of all ages, walkers are welcome to join us too! 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. Awesome awards for registered runners who place in numerous categories. All participants can treasure hunt for prizes on-course, as well as be "in the running" for great raffles following. Easy parking and great value in this fall 5K! Register by 9/16/16 and save $10! Simply visit GoreMountain.com for our printable Leaf Cruncher registration form- kids, have your parents sign! Day-of registration is $30 and bib pick up is open 8-9:30am, and the race starts at 10am. Parking is ample and located in easy proximity to the course start and registration.
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Saturday, October 8 -
Sunday, October 9
Gore Mountain Harvest Fest
Free family fun in a beautiful autumn atmosphere!
Don't miss this fantastic event- FREE Admission, Live Music, Hearty Fall Menu, Scenic Gondola Skyrides & Downhill Mountain Biking,Climbing Wall & Bungee Trampoline, Disc & Min Golf, Children's Entertainers, Petting Zoo & Pony Rides, Awesome Inflatables, 16/17 Lift Ticket Exclusives & Deals, and SO much more!
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Thursday, May 3 -
Tuesday, May 31
Wildernesscapes
Photography by Johnathan Esper
Johnathan Esper, an Adirondack native photographer from Long Lake, New York fine-art gallery exhibition of Adirondack imagery at the Widlund Gallery. An opening reception for the exhibition is scheduled on May 13th, 5-7pm, during which Johnathan will also give a brief formal talk about the photographic works and the life of a photographer.
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Friday, June 1 -
Wednesday, June 29
"Carved"
An Inaugural Solo Exhibition by Julia Koerner Johnson
Carved is Julia's first solo exhibition. It showcases a 50 piece body of work comprised of etched plexiglass, block prints, ink drawings, and wood burning. In her process she creates positive and negative spaces through carving. Julia uses animal imagery, natural scenes, elements of rural life, and pieces of history to create delightful art. Believing these depictions are relatable, she encourages viewers to respond with their own memories or narratives. Opening Reception Friday June 10, 5-7pm
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