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The Civil War of 1812: A Continent Divided
Lecture by historian Alan Taylor. 7:30 p.m.
September 19 2014
Whallonsburg Grange Hall
Whallonsburg,12936
Contact 518-963-4170http://www.thegrangehall.info

Apple Festival
Vendors, recipes, samples, demonstrations, apple dessert contest and more.
September 19 15:00:00 2014 to September 19 18:00:00 2014 daily
Warrensburg Riverfront Farmer's Market
Warrensburg,12885
Contact 518-466-5497

RAW Fitness Women's Wellness Retreats
A healthy, but not strict, retreat with guided hikes, canoeing/kayaking/swimming and yoga/pilates. Register in advance.
September 19 2014 to September 20 2014 daily
Garnet Hill Lodge
North River,12856
Contact 518-810-1728http://www.rawfitnesssaratoga.com/weekend-retreats/

Harvest Spirit
Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
August 08 2014 to September 20 2014 daily
Art in Chestertown Gallery
Chestertown,12817
Contact 518-803-4034http://www.northcountryartscenter.org/art-in-chestertown.html

A Taste of Local Food Festival
Restaurants, chefs, and culinary artists are invited to showcase their favorite appetizers, entrees, desserts, or other prepared items featuring local foods. A variety of small portions of selected food are to be served at the Food Festival. 11 a.m.
September 20 2014
Adirondack History Center Museum
Elizabethtown,12932
Contact 518-873-6466http://www.adkhistorycenter.org

Lake Placid Woodcarving Experience Fall Session
The Historic Northwoods Inn, in downtown Lake Placid, invites you to learn carving techniques with the best carvers in North America. Register in advance.
September 08 2014 to September 20 2014 daily
Northwoods Inn
Lake Placid,12946
Contact 941-697-2002http://www.lake-placid-woodcarving.webs.com

Adirondack Photography Weekend
Experience the unique beauty of the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks and learn first-hand from leaders in nature photography and regional publishing the latest tips and techniques for improving the quality of your images, as well as guidelines and advice for getting your images into print. Register in advance.
September 19 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Northwoods Inn
Lake Placid,12946
Contact (518) 478-8592http://www.adkpi.org

American Music Festival for the Lake
Rock and country, plus rides and fireworks. Benefits the S.A.V.E. Lake George Partnership. 11 a.m. each day.
September 20 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Charles R. Wood Park
Lake George,12845
Contact (518) 668–5755http://www.festivalforthelake.com

Fall in the High Peaks
Choose from many hikes and paddles at the Adirondack Mountain Club's Fall Outing in Keene. The outing also features representatives from conservation organizations, a community spaghetti dinner, pancake breakfast, and a folk concert. Register in advance.
September 19 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Townwide
Keene Valley,12943
Contact albanychapteradk@gmail.comhttp://www.adk.org/page.php?pid=502&pname=fall-outing

Adirondack Balloon Festival
Dozens of hot-air ballons decorate the sky above Glens Falls and Queensbury. Check for schedule.
September 18 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Various
Glens Falls and Queensbury,12801
Contact (518) 222-4593http://www.adirondackballoonfest.org

Hague Oktoberfest Weekend
German food and beer, plus children’s activities, competitions and music. Check for times.
September 19 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Hague town park
Hague,12836
Contact (518) 543-6220http://www.visithague.com

Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show
Rustic furniture, hunting and fishing antiques, Adirondack memorabilia and more throughout Indian Lake. Check for times.
September 17 2014 to September 21 2014 daily
Townwide
Indian Lake,12842
Contact (518) 648-6177http://www.adkantiques.com

Four-Person Scramble Golf Tournament
Benefits Lake George Arts Proj­ect. Register in advance. Noon.
September 24 2014
Top of the World Golf Resort
Lake George,12845
Contact (518) 668-2616http://www.lakegeorgearts.org

A Nature of Possibility Retreat
The retreat program with Mark Bowie and John Radigan is our ultimate Adirondack photography experience; a classic artist's retreat for experienced photographers who want to immerse themselves in their craft. This is a time when all of your attention can be put toward realizing your vision and sharing the fruits of your creativity. Register in advance.
September 21 2014 to September 26 2014 daily
Woods Inn
Inlet,13360
Contact (518) 478-8592http://www.adkpi.org

Ragnar Relay Adirondacks
Teams of six or 12 compete in a 200-mile run from Saratoga Springs to Lake Placid. Register in advance. Saratoga Spa State Park. 5 a.m.
September 26 2014 to September 27 2014 daily
Saratoga Spa State Park
Saratoga Springs,12866
Contact (877) 837-3529http://www.ragnarrelay.com

Death of a Salesman
Check for times.
August 28 2014 to September 27 2014 daily
Pendragon Theatre
Saranac Lake,12983
Contact 518-891-1854http://www.pendragontheatre.org

Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival
Experience the power and thunder of hooves through demonstrations of equestrian sports; take part in family-fun activities including horse drawn wagon rides and sack races; and explore the fall splendor of Fort Ticonderoga’s beautiful museum campus. “Localvore” Food, Wine tastings, Live Music, and more.
September 27 2014
Fort Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga,12883
Contact 518-585-2821.http://www.fortticonderoga.org/

Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival
On Saturday, five- and 10-kilometer races in Chestertown at 9:30 a.m., plus kids’ fun run in Schroon Lake at 2 p.m. Full and half marathons and two-person marathon relay on Sunday in Schroon Lake. Full and relay marathons begin at 9 a.m.; half marathon begins at 10 a.m. Register in advance.
September 27 2014 to September 28 2014 daily
Various
Schroon Lake,12870
Contact (518) 532-7675http://www.adirondackmarathon.org

Great Adirondack Moose Festival
Moose-calling contest, children’s activities, guided treks, Adirondack crafts and more. Check for times.
September 27 2014 to September 28 2014 daily
Townwide
Indian Lake,12842
Contact 518-648-5112http://www.indian-lake.com

Adirondack Peak Color
For this workshop—with Mark Bowie and Johnathan Esper—we’ll base ourselves out of two locations: the villages of Long Lake and Schroon Lake. The first couple of days will be spent photographing new locales around Long Lake. We’ll then work our way towards Schroon Lake for a different look and feel of autumn in the Adirondacks, spending the next three days photographing a wide variety of landscapes. Register in advance.
September 28 2014 to October 02 2014 daily
Adirondack Hotel
Long Lake,12847
Contact (518) 478-8592http://www.adkpi.org

A Nature of Possibility Retreat
The retreat program with George DeWolfe and John Radigan is our ultimate Adirondack photography experience; a classic artist's retreat for experienced photographers who want to immerse themselves in their craft. This is a time when all of your attention can be put toward realizing your vision and sharing the fruits of your creativity. Register in advance.
September 28 2014 to October 03 2014 daily
Woods Inn
Inlet,13360
Contact (518) 478-8592http://www.adkpi.org

Greetings from the Adirondacks: Mid-20th Century Tourism and Recreation Exhibit
June 07 2014 to October 13 2014 daily
Adirondack History Center Museum
Elizabethtown,12932
Contact (518) 873-6466http://www.adkhistorycenter.org/

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