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Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks
THE WILD CENTER
518-359-7800
866-765-7800 Tupper Lake
The Wall Street Journal called it 'glorious' and the New York Times said it was 'stunning' . This new kind of museum, spread over 31 acres, is an Adirondack 'must see' according to USA Today. Designed by the firm that created Washington DC's Air and Space Museum, the Center features live exhibits, including splashing river otters, a wide screen theater and tons of hands on exhibits.


January 2014


Saranac Lake Winter Carnival

Jan. 31 - Feb. 9, 2014
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 - first day

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

7-9 p.m. Music - Theresa Hartford* (Left Bank Café)

7:30 p.m. Women's Civic Chamber Coronation of Winter Carnival Royalty (Harrietstown Town Hall)

Post-Coronation – Winter Carnival Royalty Reception (Waterhole Upstairs music lounge, cash bar)

Post-Coronation – Music – Yard Sale* (Waterhole)

8 p.m. - 2 a.m. Music – Free Juke Box* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

10:30 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. – Music - Cosmic Bowling Dance Party with DJ Funky Cold Medina* (Romano's Saranac Lanes)

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February 2014

Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Schedule (continued)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1

9 a.m. 1st Humble Pie Chess Tournament (USCF-rated event, USCF membership required). Registration followed by event at 10 a.m. (Saranac Village at Will Rogers)

10 a.m. NBT Bank Ice Palace Fun Run (4 miles) (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch)

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lutheran Church Women's Craft Sale (Harrietstown Town Hall, $)

11 a.m. Casella Waste Curling Exhibition (Lake Flower near the Ice Palace)

11 a.m. Paul Smith's College Woodsmen's Exhibition (Riverside Park)

11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Petrova Winter Carnival* (Petrova Elementary School Cafeteria, $)

12:30 p.m. Taylor Rental Ladies' Fry Pan Toss (Riverside Park, $) Registration is at the event.

2:30 p.m. Women's Civic Chamber "Great Celtic Treasure Quest" Treasure Hunt – Follow the Clues (Riverside Park, $)

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

4-7 p.m. St. Bernard's School Education Council Spaghetti Dinner* (St. Bernard's School Cafeteria, $)

4 p.m. Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Concert with Inisheer (Harrietstown Town Hall)

7 p.m. Lighting of the Ice Palace and Cape Air Opening Fireworks Display (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch)

8 p.m. Music – Emish* (BluSeed Studios BluStage, $)

8-10 p.m. Winter Carnival Celtic Jam (Harriettstown Town Hall) All musicians are welcome. Sponsored by Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and Dockery Chiropractic

9 p.m. - 2 a.m. Music – DJ Mike & Bob & Raffle for Atlantic City Weekend Getaway* (Drawing at 11 p.m.) (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

10 p.m. Music – EMEFE with Mosaic Foundation opening* (Waterhole, $)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2

11 a.m. White Stag Downhill Ski Races (Mt. Pisgah Ski Center, $)

11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Arctic Bar-B-Que (Mt. Pisgah Ski Center, $) Presented by the Friends of Mt. Pisgah

12-1 p.m. Book Signing with Andy Flynn, author of "Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Memories," and Caperton Tissot, author of "Saranac Lake's Ice Palace: A History of Winter Carnival's Crown Jewel" (Winter Carnival Headquarters)

12-3 p.m. Blue Line Brewery Arctic Golf (Village Park next to the State Boat Launch)

12:15 p.m. Mayor's Snowball Toss Tournament Challenge (Riverside Park) Registration followed by event at 1 p.m. and any donations from event will benefit High Peaks Hospice.

1 p.m. H&R Block Ultimate Frisbee Games (Saranac Lake High School Football Field, call 637-2067 for more information)

2:30 p.m. Woltner Summit Contracting Spike of the Ice Icicle Contest (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch) Judging at 3 p.m.

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

7 p.m. Interfaith Service in Celebration* (St. Luke's Church)

7 p.m. Bingo* (Saranac Lake Adult Center)

7:30 p.m. Movie - "Into the West" and Porky Pig cartoon* (Downhill Grill, donation requested) Sponsored by Saranac Lake Classic Film Festival

7:30 p.m. Music – Celtic Concert with Jubal Consort and the Barn Cats* (Saranac Lake Laboratory Museum, $)

8-11 p.m. Music - The Reel Jig Band* (Grizle T's)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4

3:30 p.m. Scavenger Hunt for Middle School Students* (Saranac Lake Youth Center)

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

5:30 p.m. Grand Marshal Reception (Red Fox Restaurant, cash bar)

6:30 p.m. Royalty Dinner (Red Fox Restaurant, $)

8:15 p.m. Firemen's Broomball* (Saranac Lake Civic Center)

10 p.m. Music – Blind Owl Band* (Waterhole)
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

6 p.m. Curtis Lumber Snowshoe Races (all ages) (Dewey Mountain, $, call 891-2697)

10 p.m. - 2 a.m. Music - Karaoke with Keith King* (Romano's Saranac Lanes)

10 p.m. Music – Sophistafunk with Groovestick opening* (Waterhole, $)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6

2:30-6:30 p.m. 25th Annual Winter Book Sale* (Saranac Lake Free Library, Cantwell Community Room, $)

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

6 p.m. American Management Association Torchlight Skiing and Fireworks (Mt. Pisgah Ski Center)

6-9 p.m. Music - The Celtic Bunnies* (Blue Moon Café)

7:30 p.m. Music – Rushad Eggelston* (Pendragon Theatre, $)

8:15 p.m. Firemen's Broomball* (Saranac Lake Civic Center)

10 p.m. Music – Start Making Sense with Big Mean Sound Machine opening* (Waterhole, $)

10 p.m. - 1 a.m. Music - Cosmic Bowling Dance Party with DJ Funky Cold Medina* (Romano's Saranac Lanes)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7

9 a.m. Saranac Lake Teachers' Association Children's Skating Races (Saranac Lake Civic Center)

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 25th Annual Winter Book Sale* (Saranac Lake Free Library, Cantwell Community Room, $)

12 p.m. Adirondack Bank Innertube Races (Mt. Pisgah Ski Center, $)

4 p.m. High Tea* (Left Bank Café, $)

4-6:30 p.m. SLHS Parent Faculty Organization Pizza Dinner* (First United Methodist Church, $) Sponsored by SLHS Parent Faculty Organization.

5-7 p.m. Opening Reception for "Our Kinda Town" Month Long Exhibition and Silent Auction to benefit Historic Saranac Lake* (Adirondack Artists Guild)

5-8 p.m. Music – Big Boss Sausage Acoustic* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

5:30 p.m. Downtown Saranac Lake Outdoor Movie Night - Disney Pixar's "Brave" (Berkeley Green)

7:30 p.m. Rotary Club Variety Show (Harrietstown Town Hall, $)

8 p.m. Music - Lewis and Clement Expedition* (Belvedere Restaurant)

9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Music – The Cop Outs (Celtic Rock)* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

10 p.m. Music – Conehead Buddha with The Blind Spots opening* (Waterhole, $)

10 p.m. - 2 .a.m. Music - Karaoke with Keith King* (Romano's Saranac Lanes)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8

8-12 p.m. Mason's Pancake Breakfast* (Saranac Lake Adult Center, $) Sponsored by Whiteface Mountain Lodge 789 Masonic Temple.

8:30-9:30 a.m. McDonald's Breakfast with the Winter Carnival Characters (McDonald's, $)

10 a.m. Meet the Winter Carnival Characters (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch)

10 a.m. Can-Am Snow Rugby Game (Saranac Lake High School Track Field. Call 524-5841 for details.)

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 25th Annual Winter Book Sale (Saranac Lake Free Library, Cantwell Community Room, $)

10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Lion's Club Chili Sale* (Harrietstown Town Hall, $)

11 a.m. Paul Smith's College Woodsmen's Exhibition (Riverside Park)

12 - 4 p.m. - Paul Smith's College Alumni Tent with Refreshments* (Nonna Fina, $)

12 p.m. Gala Parade Line-up (Register at Hyde's Mobil. Line up on Upper Broadway.)

1 p.m. Gala Parade (Broadway and Main Street from Ampersand Avenue to LaPan Highway)

Post-Parade Winter Carnival Parade Bands Sound-Off (Harrietstown Town Hall)

3-5 p.m. Book Signing with Andy Flynn, author of "Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Memories" (Harrietstown Town Hall)

2 p.m. Music – Blind Owl Band* (Waterhole)

2:15-4:15 p.m. Music – The Reel Jig Band* (Romano’s Saranac Lanes)

2:30-6 p.m. Open Chess Tournament (Saranac Lake Adult Center) Open to all ages (children need adult chaperone). Sponsored by Saranac Village at Will Rogers Chess Knights.

3-7 p.m. Saranac Lake Girl Scout Troop Spaghetti Dinner* (First United Methodist Church, $)

5-9 p.m. Music – Legend* (Romano’s Saranac Lanes)

7 p.m. Music – Annie in the Water* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

7-9 p.m. Music - Susan Grimm and Celtic Quartet* (Left Bank Café)

7 p.m. Music – Half Circle* (Charlie's Inn in Lake Clear)

8 p.m. "Sherlock Holmes Radio Plays"* (Pendragon Theatre, $)

8:30 p.m. Music – Big Boss Sausage Acoustic* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

10 p.m. Music – Lucid* (Waterhole, $)

10 p.m. - 2 a.m. Music – Damaged Goods* (Romano’s Saranac Lanes)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9 - last day

10 a.m. Community Bank Adult Cross-Country Ski Races (Dewey Mountain, $. Call 891-2697.)

11 a.m. Casey McHugh Pond Hockey Tournament (Bloomingdale Fields, $. Contact 637-4669 for details.)

11 a.m. Bionique Snowflake Volleyball Tournament (Saranac Lake Civic Center, Rotary Field, $)

11 a.m. Snowshoe Softball (Elks Field, John Munn Road, $)

12 p.m. First Niagara Youth Cross-Country Ski Races (Dewey Mountain, $. Call 891-2697)

12-1 p.m. Book Signing with Andy Flynn, author of "Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Memories," and Caperton Tissot, author of "Saranac Lake's Ice Palace: A History of Winter Carnival's Crown Jewel" (Winter Carnival Headquarters)

12:30-3 p.m. Snowy Owl Face Painting for Children (Harrietstown Town Hall)

2 p.m. CVAEYC and Lake Champlain Pools Kiddie Parade (Saranac Lake Free Library to Harrietstown Town Hall)

2 p.m. Music – Tim Herron Trio* (Waterhole)

3 p.m. 19th Annual Saranac Lake Young Arts Association Winter Carnival Baroque Concert (First United Methodist Church, donation requested)

4 p.m. "Sherlock Holmes Radio Plays"* (Pendragon Theatre, $)

4-7 p.m. Music – Annie in the Water* (Captain Cook's Bar & Grill)

7:30 p.m. I Love NY Winter Carnival Slide Show (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch)

8 p.m. Guide Boat Realty "Storming the Palace" Closing Fireworks Display (Ice Palace, State Boat Launch)


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Sat, 02/15/2014
Winter Week The Wild Center , Tupper Lake , NY Hours: 10am
Don't miss Winter Week at The Wild Center, February 15th - February 23th as we celebrate the season with a week of wintery Adirondack fun. Each day has a new winter theme and activities for the whole family to enjoy. In addition to special winter programming there will be guided snowshoe walks, live animal encounters, warm winter beverages, and wintertime crafts offered daily.


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Wed, 02/19/2014
Birding the Adirondacks on snowshoes at Pauls Smith VIC Paul Smiths College VIC , Paul Smiths , NY Hours: 9:00 a.m. oin Adirondack Birding Center Director Brian McAllister from 9:00 to 11:00 AM for a morning snowshoe bird walk in search of the hearty birds that call the Adirondacks their home. Participants will look for winter finches, woodpeckers, jays, chickadees, and more, on the VIC's extensive wooded trail system. Participants are asked to bring binoculars and snowshoes, and to dress appropriately. The walks will end with hot cocoa or coffee in the VIC building. Snowshoe rentals available. Please register by calling the VIC 327-6241

Sat, 02/22/2014
4th Annual North Country Musicians Unite for Local Food Pantries Adirondack Carousel Inc. , Saranac Lake , NY Hours: 12:00pm All day free concert, family friendly. Please bring donations of money, of food, and give directly to Food Pantry reps. Food and beverages available. Featured performers include Chaz DePaolo Band The Rustic Riders, Roy Hurd, Josee Allard, Damaged Goods, Celia Evans,Shamrock Jam GroupWaydown Wailers, Movin' On, Theresa Hartford, Keith Gorgas- Singer/Songwriter and more.

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MARCH 2014

Saturday, March 1, 2014 & Sunday, March 2, 2014
Colby Classie - Ice Fishing Derby
This year is the 30th Anniversary. A great time is always had by all. Cash prizes are awarded for first, second and third place in both adult and youth divisions for trout, salmon and perch taken from Lake Colby and northern pike from area lakes and ponds. Door prizes, raffles and 50-50 drawings. This event is focused on helping children and newbies learn ice fishing.
Saranac Lake Fish and Game Club 726 ST RT 3, Saranac Lake, NY Ph: (518) 891-2560 Admission: Adults (16+) $7 for one day, $10 for both days Youth (under 16) $3 for one day, $5 for both days

Sun, 03/30/2014
Maple Sap 5K Run Location: Paul Smith College VIC , Paul Smiths , NY Hours: 10:00 am
The VIC will be part of the New York State Maple Weekend. We will have tours, sweet treats, tours of sugar bush and new sugar house and the first ever VIC Maple Sap 5K Run/Walk. Registration time is 9:00 AM. Start time: 10:00 am Participants will run or walk out to the sugar bush, probably on snowshoes; weather permitting, fill a quart jug with maple sap and bring it back to the VIC for processing. Entry fee: $20 per person, or $15 for Friends of the VIC. There will be prizes, hot beverages, maple snow cones and snacks.

 

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APRIL 2014

Fri, 04/25/2014
Daffest Begins, Saranac Lake , NY

Friday April 25th
4PM Blue Moon Kick off Daffest and welcome party!
5:30PM Daffest Try Mine Pastry Contest Sponsored by King Arthur Flour
5-7PM Saranac Lake Discount Liquor Wine Tasting

Saturday April 26th
11 AM Daffest Derby LaPan Hwy
9:30 to 4PM Festival of the Blooms Riverside Park:
Featuring Fair Food, Blue Line Brewery Root Beer Floats, BBQ Pork
10AM Paul Smith College with 30' of fresh baked goods for sale and Baking Demos
10Am THRU 3pm PSC Draft Horses horse drawn wagon rides along the shores of Lake Flower (small fee)
11AM -3:30 LIVE MUSIC
3PM DJ's Rustic Restaurant Pie Eating Contest!
4:30PM Awards Ceremony

MAY 2014

Daffest Schedule (continued)

Thursday May 1st
Wigmore Garden Tour On the Shores of Oseetah Lake 1-3PM

Friday May 2nd.
St Bernard Gala Harrietstown Town Hall: silent and live auctions, music, food! Great Times!

Saturday May 3rd.
Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Zoom in Blooms 5K Race…2nd annual: Adirondack Carousel
Noon Left Bank Café Cooking with Flowers Demonstration & Tea & Lunch in Monet's Garden15$ RSVP
4PM Kentucky Derby Hat Contest Captain Cook's


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS HERKIMER COUNTY

Old Forge, Inlet New York

February 2014

Fri & Sat Feb 7 & 8 10th Annual New York Snow Run - Held at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street in Old Forge. This is a Pink Ribbon Riders fundraising event. There will be many days of fun and ways you can participate. Open to both men and women. Details to follow. For additional information about the organization, go to the website PinkRibbonRiders.com.

Sat Feb 8 Monk Rowe Quartet - These accomplished musicians will present "The Roots of Rock & Roll" at 7pm at View. From Carl Perkins to Chuck Berry; from “In the Mood” to “Great Balls of Fire,” the Roots of Rock & Roll covers the early influences and hit-making artists who redefined popular music. The band journeys through 25 years of American popular music, recreating the styles which mixed and emerged as Rock & Roll. Monk Rowe on saxophone and piano, John Hutson on guitar and vocals, Tom McGrath on drums and Bob Sherwood on bass comprise the quartet, sure to “Shake, Rattle & Roll". Please call 315-369-6411 for additional information or visit the website ViewArts.org.

Mon Feb 10 Friends of the Old Forge Library Annual Luncheon - The Friends of the Old Forge Library invite the community to be their guests at a “Centennial Celebration Luncheon.” It will be held at 11:45am. at the Library. In addition to soups and sandwiches, attendees will be treated to an Anniversary Cake and favor! Please join us for this special celebration commemorating 100 years of service to the community. For additional information or to sign up, please phone 315-369-6008.

Wed Feb 12 Sweetheart Dessert Contest - The library will be celebrating Valentine’s Day with the annual Sweetheart Dessert Contest. There are four categories: Youth Student, Teen Student, Adult and Master. To enter the contest, create your favorite dessert and bring it to the library from 11am. to 5pm. that day. Judges this year are Mike Greene, Kathy Riehle and Trish Sehring. A reception will be held at 7pm and the contest winners will be announced at 7:40pm. The community is invited to stop in to sample the delicious entries from 7-8 pm. For additional information, please phone 315-369-6008 or visit the website OldForgeLibrary.org.


Fri - Sun Feb 14 - 16 Winter Carnival - Competitions, ski races, fun and fireworks! Click here for additional information.

Sat Feb 15 -Mountainman - McCauley Mountain Quest Snowshoe Race - A meandering climb that will test fitness levels, and bring you close to the summit of McCauley Mountain, followed by a lightning fast quad-busting descent. For additional information, please phone 315-369-2300 or e-mail: nanette@mountainmanoutdoors.com

Wed Feb 19 Open Mic Night - The Old Forge Library will host an Open Mic Night for writers in a coffee house setting at 7pm. Featured reader and emcee will be Anne Phinney. Anne is a writer, author, and elementary school teacher. She and her husband, Rod own Moose River Farm which they share with a variety of animals including horses, goats, dogs and a pig. Finding My Way to Moose River Farm is the author’s first book. She also writes a blog at www.mooseriverfarms.com. Members of the public are welcome to share and read from their own work or to come and enjoy readings by others. If you plan on participating on Open Mic Night please call the library at 369-6008 ahead of time so we may plan accordingly. An additional Open Mic Night is planned for May. These readings are held to inspire writers and create opportunities for regional writers to meet.

Thurs Feb 20 Oedipus -The Greek tragedy par excellence, Oedipus is a haunting story of a man’s search to find the truth. Considered the first detective story, the drama is a kind of epic who-done-it complete with mystery, murder and mayhem. Theater’s original “saint and sinner,” Oedipus goes on a fact-finding mission that results in consequences beyond his imagination. One of the trilogy of the Theban plays by Sophocles, this play drives forward at a furious pace as one clue leads to the next and the investigation builds to a shattering resolution. Using a new and accessible translation by celebrated actor and director Steven Berkoff, Pendragon’s production takes place in a contemporary setting enhancing the murder mystery qualities of the play. Please call 315-369-6411 for additional information or visit the website ViewArts.org.

Sat Feb 22 Chili Bowl Luncheon - This annual fundraiser at View will be held from 11:30am until 2pm. Homemade meat & vegetarian chili, stews & soups served in handmade bowls. Eat your fill then take home the bowl of your choice. Bowls generously created by talented area potters including those participating in the arts center’s Pottery Open Studio. All proceeds will benefit View. Please call 315-369-6411 for additional information or visit the website ViewArts.org.


March 2014

Fri & Sat Mar 7 & 8 SnoFest - See the new 2015 snowmobiles and accessories! Friday from 4 - 8pm and Saturday from 9am to 7pm at the Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street in Old Forge. Freestyle snocross shows, fireworks, vendors and more. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association. For additional information, call 315-369-6983 or visit the website SnofestUSA.com.

Fri Mar 14 St Paddy's Parade - Down Main Street in Old Forge at 5pm. The biggest St Paddy's Parade in the Adirondacks. Synchronized snowplows, wacky grocery cart manuevers and imaginative floats make this the unusual and fun parade in the area. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association..

April 2014


MAY 2014

Fri - Mon May 16 - 19 Paddlefest - The largest on-water canoe and kayak sale in the country and features over 75 of the leading manufacturers of canoes, kayaks, and accessories. Over 1,000 canoes and kayaks will be on sale all weekend at special show prices. There will also be big savings on paddling accessories and outdoor gear. Sponsored by Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company.

Fri & Sat May 30 & 31 Thunder in Old Forge - The best little biker rendevous in the Adirondacks! Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association.

June 2014

Sat June 14 17th Annual Father's Day Weekend Car Show - Cash prizes to two Best of Show winners, dash plaques, trophies, auto-related vendors & swap meet, food & beverages. Held from 9am to 3pm at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center Field. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association. Phone 315-369-6983 for additional information.

June 28 - Aug 3 Northeast National Pastel Exhibition - View will present it's 10th annual Northeast National Pastel Exhibition. It has fast become a highlight of our annual exhibition calendar with thousands of visitors a year enjoying this varied and colorful display. The Northeast National Pastel Exhibition has succeeded in educating and thrilling exhibit goers with works from some of the nation’s foremost pastel artists. Please call 315-369-6411 for additional information or visit the website ViewArts.org.




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(Blue Mt. Lake, Long Lk, Speculator, Inlet )



February 2014


February 1, Long Lake Ice Fest – Long Lake Town Beach

February 8, Moonlighters’ Poker Run – Long Lake to Newcomb

February 14-16, Winterfest, Indian Lake

February 15, Snowwarriors Poker Run – Byron Park

February 22, Inlet’s Frozen Fire and Lights – Fern and Arrowhead Park

MARCH 2014

3.15.2014
Irish Road Bowling
Location: Indian Lake Town Hall
Route 28
Indian Lake 12842
(518) 648-5828
http://www.indian-lake.com

Play begins at 1:00 PM. $20 per team of 4 Players. Roll a 10oz bowl from point A to point B. The Team with the least amount of bowls could be the winner. Registration at the Indian Lake Town Hall will be from noon to 12:45 PM.


3.15.2014
Pondskimming - Oak Mountain Ski Center AKA "Try your luck in Matt's version of a pond"

Location: Oak Mountain Ski Center/Speculator, NY
Come and watch up to 50 contestants skim across the O'Brien pond, dressed in a variety of "pond scimming costumes"! Free to watch

03.22.2014
Northeast Sno-X Series SnoCross
Thunder on the Mountain
Location: Oak Mountain Ski Center
141 Novosel Way
Speculator 12164
(518) 548-3606
http://www.oakmountainski.com 10am – 9pm Competitors in both Professional and amateur class from the North East comptete in the Snowcross race . Racers are competing for the title In each class. 5 solid hours of racing.

May 2014


05.24.2014
Adirondack Black Fly Flea Market - Speculator Pavilion Black Fly Flea Market Location: Speculator Pavilion/Speculator, NY Starting at 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM at the Speculator Pavilion. All vendors and garage sale welcome!

 


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