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A Layered Legacy
Discover the continuing story of Ticonderoga, after the guns had ceased firing; see the flowering of agriculture, tourism, and hospitality as told through the King’s Garden. Join Assistant Director of Interpretation, Cameron Green, to get a sneak peak of all the new ground being broken for the 2015 season, as well as some of the great structures and stories recently uncovered. 2 p.m.
April 19 2015
Mars Education Center, Fort Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga,12883
Contact 518-585-2821http://www.fortticonderoga.org/

Adirondack Buyer Days
Now entering its 29th year, the Adirondack Buyer Days wholesale gift show features some of the best new artisan products from New York State and New England. 9 a.m. each day.
April 20 2015 to April 21 2015 daily
Saratoga Springs City Center
Saratoga Springs,12866
Contact 518-891-6200http://www.adirondack.org

Building Up the North
Opening reception for a community art project—a collaboration between local artist Catherine LaPointe and several local photographers—that aims to draw attention to the man-made beauty of the North Country, through the eyes of people who live here. 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
April 24 2015
The TAUNY (Traditional Arts of Upstate New York) Center
Canton,13617
Contact 315-386-4289http://www.TAUNY.org

Adirondack Streams and Waterfalls Photo Trek
With nature photographer Tom Dwyer. For all skill levels, register by April 9.
April 22 2015 to April 25 2015 daily
Long Lake
Long Lake,12847
Contact (315) 420-3513http://www.tomdwyerphoto.com

Washington County Fiber Tour
Meander your way through Washington County from farm to farm at one of the longest running on-farm Fiber Tours in the United States. We have it all! Sheep – several breeds, alpacas, cashmere and angora goats, angora rabbits. Meet the 15 farmers. Visit the fiber mill. Attend demonstrations and workshops. Learn how to raise the animals and use the fiber. See the results of our year round efforts – from baby animals and soft shorn fleeces to luxurious yarn and hand-crafted clothing. All this – and a lovely springtime weekend on the farms. Visit http://washingtoncountyfibertour.org or contact Mary Pratt, elihufarm@yahoo.com, for information.
April 25 2015 to April 26 2015 daily
Various
Washington County,
Contact 518-744-3947http://washingtoncountyfibertour.org/

Plattsburgh Half Marathon
The 6th Annual Plattsburgh Half Marathon travels 13.1 miles through the beautiful city of Plattsburgh and raises money for Team Fox for Parkinson's research. After participant’s finish the race they can join the after-party with food, live music and prizes at the city recreation center. Only 1,000 runners can participate so early registration is encouraged.
April 26 2015
Base Oval
Plattsburgh,12901
Contact 518.563.1000http://goadirondack.com/

Maple in April Festival
There’s lots of maple goodies and just ‘sweet’ fun for everyone at the 11th annual Maple in April Festival along Rockwell Street, Hadley! The festival which begins Saturday, April 25 with a Scholarship French Toast Breakfast and the Lil’ Sugar Dust-off Car, Truck & Cycle Show offers great music, food and interactive fun. The two day event is a great family activity in which people can relax and enjoy the car show, browse the food and craft vendors, while the kids can enjoy a variety of fun activities like inflatables, face painting and pony rides. Sunday, April 26 begins with a Scholarship Breakfast hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary and H-L Lionesss Club, church service in the park, crafters & food vendors, Richele Ford and her birds of prey, karaoke cash contest, kid’s activities, strolling musicians, horse-drawn wagon rides, and model railroad displays. Check for times.
April 25 2015 to April 26 2015 daily
Rockwell Street
Hadley,12835
Contact http://www.hadleybusinessassociation.net/

Waterfall Weekend
Hikes will be led by New York State licensed hiking guides Barbara Delaney and Russell Dunn on Saturday and Sunday. All hikes are weather-dependent and may need to be altered or abridged if conditions are severe. Each hike is easy to moderate in level of difficulty and will be led at a moderate pace. To register and make arrangements for accommodations, please contact the Trail’s End Innkeepers, Susan Lindteigen and Dave Griffiths at innkeeper@trailsendinn.com.
May 01 2015 to May 03 2015 daily
Trail's End Inn
Keene Valley,12943
Contact bdelaney@nycap.rr.com

Online Fundraising Auction for the Adirondack History Center Museum
The auction runs from May 1 - May 10. All proceeds go to support the Adirondack History Museum located in Elizabethtown, which gets over 10,000 visitors a year. There will be more than 50 items up for bid with an emphasis on local businesses, activities, & items. Items include ski package/lodging packages, concert tickets, lots of gift certificates from local stores and restaurants, guided hiking & climbing trips, and much, much more.
May 01 2015 to May 10 2015 daily
Online
Elizabethtown,
Contact (518) 873-6466http://www.biddingforgood.com/ADKhistorymuseum

Batik Paintings by Carol Law Conklin
Reception May 23 at 5 p.m.
May 01 2015 to May 31 2015 daily
Tannery Pond Community Center
North Creek,12853
Contact (518) 251-2505http://www.tpcca.org

Paintings by Ken Wiley
May 01 2015 to May 31 2015 daily
Adirondack Artists' Guild
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact (518) 891-2615http://www.adirondackartistsguild.com

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