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9 Horse Jazz
Free music sponsored by the Schroon Lakes Arts Council. 8 p.m.
September 04 2015
The Boathouse Theatre
Schroon Lake,12870
Contact 518-532-9259http://www.schroonlakearts.com/

Farm 2 Fork Festival
Along with a diverse farm-to-table spread by local producers, the day features a food art competition, temporary tattoos from a local artist, fiddle music by Matt Heckler, demonstrations and more. The tasteful fun starts at 9 a.m.
September 05 2015
Riverside Park
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact (518) 524-4320.http://www.farm2forkfestival.com

Trekonderoga Convention
The Trekonderoga Convention is chance to meet Star Trek stars and special guests and tour the original Star Trek sets and sets of Star Trek New Voyages, filmed in Ticonderoga. There's also music, workshops and more. The Trekonderoga Convention will be held at various sites in Ticonderoga, including the Retro Studios on 112 Montcalm Street, as well as the North Country Community College, Ticonderoga High School, the Best Western Hotel, and the Cobbler's Bench building on Montcalm Street. Check for schedule.
September 04 2015 to September 05 2015 daily
Retro Studios
Ticonderoga,12883
Contact nancy@ticonderoga-alliance.orghttp://trekonderoga.com

Hobofest
A showcase of American roots–style music. Acts include Kaatskillachia and the Mike & Ruthy Band. Riverside Park, Saranac Lake. Noon.
September 06 2015
Riverside Park
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact (518) 354-1927http://hobofest.com/

David Kim, Classical Piano
Benefits View performing arts; reservations recommended. 2 p.m.
September 06 2015
View
Old Forge,13420
Contact (315) 369-6411http://www.viewarts.org

Taste of Local Food Festival
Fourth Annual Taste of Local food festival featuring Adirondack Harvest farmers and chefs. This day includes a free program on Adirondack fire towers for children.
September 12 2015
Adirondack History Center Museum
Elizabethtown,12932
Contact (518) 873-6466http://www.adkhistorycenter.org/

Handy Handmade Tote-Bag
Participants (children 4 to 10) create a unique canvas tote-bag painted with textile paints utilizing a variety of vintage kitchen utensils for an interesting effect. Each tool creates unusual patterns and designs on the cloth and can be combined and layered in intricate designs. 9 a.m. Register in advance.
September 12 2015
BluSeed Studios
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact 518-891-3799http://www.bluseedstudios.org

Old Forge Half-Marathon and 5K Trail Run
Register in advance. 8:30 a.m.
September 12 2015
George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center
Old Forge,13420
Contact (315) 663-5538http://www.willowhwc.com

Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration
A series of events commemorate Plattsburgh’s military history, industry, culture and arts providing visitors a unique look at the War of 1812. Enjoy re-enactments, old fashioned parade, craft demonstrations, fife and drum performances, concerts and lectures.
September 10 2015 to September 13 2015 daily
Townwide
Plattsburgh,12901
Contact 518-566-1814http://www.battleofplattsburgh.org/index.html

The Seagull
An updated version of Chekhov’s play. Check for times.
September 03 2015 to September 13 2015 daily
Pendragon Theatre
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact (518) 891-1854http://www.pendragontheatre.org

Rustic Furniture Fair
10 a.m. each day.
September 12 2015 to September 13 2015 daily
Adirondack Museum
Blue Mountain Lake,12812
Contact (518) 352-7311http://www.adkmuseum.org

Anne Diggory and Patrick McPhee: An Exploration of Landscapes
Drawings, paintings and hybrid works.
August 21 2015 to September 19 2015 daily
Lake Placid Center for the Arts
Lake Placid,12946
Contact (518) 523-2512http://www.lakeplacidarts.org

People and Nature Thriving Together
The Adirondack Council and artist Kevin Raines have organized a traveling exhibition of over 50 paintings and drawings that depict the natural beauty of the Adirondacks and myriad activities of people and families, artists and scientists, sportsmen and recreation enthusiasts experiencing the Adirondacks. Mr. Raines’ work communicates the importance of Adirondack conservation and the integral role of the human experience in protecting the environmental, cultural and economic assets of the Park.
July 24 2015 to October 11 2015 daily
View
Old Forge,13420
Contact 315.369.6411http://viewarts.org/

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