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Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks
THE WILD CENTER
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866-765-7800 Tupper Lake Take a WILD WALK above the trees.
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.

 

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January 2018

World Cup Freestyle January 19-20, 2018 | Olympic Jumping Complex World Cup Freestyle returns to Lake Placid January 19-20, 2018. Catch all the high flying action with two nights of aerials competition under the lights at the Olympic Jumping Complex in Lake Placid.


Empire State Winter Games - ATHLETE CHECK-IN Jan 31, 2018
Games Begin- February 1 - February 4, 2018
The Empire State Winter Games is a community-driven event, courtesy of a partnership between the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST); the towns of North Elba, Wilmington, Tupper Lake, Harrietstown, Malone, and Brighton; the villages of Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, Paul Smiths, Malone, Wilmington, and Saranac Lake; the counties of Essex and Franklin; the New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, and New York State Senator Betty Little. Sport venues are located in Lake Placid, Wilmington, Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Malone, and Paul Smiths. Venues include: Lake Placid Olympic Center Herb Brooks Arena, Lake Placid Olympic Jumping and Sliding complexes, Lake Placid Village Municipal Parking Lot, Whiteface Mountain, Paul Smith's College, Paul Smith's College VIC, Saranac Lake Civic Center Ice Rink, Dewey Mountain Recreation Area, Tupper Lake Memorial Civic Center, Olympic Cross Country and Biathlon Center, Titus Mountain, and Mount Pisgah.

 

February 2018

Empire State Winter Games
February 1 - February 4, 2018
The Empire State Winter Games is a community-driven event, courtesy of a partnership between the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST); the towns of North Elba, Wilmington, Tupper Lake, Harrietstown, Malone, and Brighton; the villages of Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, Paul Smiths, Malone, Wilmington, and Saranac Lake; the counties of Essex and Franklin; the New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, and New York State Senator Betty Little. Sport venues are located in Lake Placid, Wilmington, Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Malone, and Paul Smiths. Venues include: Lake Placid Olympic Center Herb Brooks Arena, Lake Placid Olympic Jumping and Sliding complexes, Lake Placid Village Municipal Parking Lot, Whiteface Mountain, Paul Smith's College, Paul Smith's College VIC, Saranac Lake Civic Center Ice Rink, Dewey Mountain Recreation Area, Tupper Lake Memorial Civic Center, Olympic Cross Country and Biathlon Center, Titus Mountain, and Mount Pisgah.

Northern Challenge Ice Fishing Derby - Sat, 02/03/2018
Come Fish in One of the Largest Ice Fishing Tournaments in NY State! Each year, on the first Saturday in February, anglers from far and wide travel to Tupper Lake for The Annual Northern Challenge Ice Fishing Derby. This Northern Pike contest populates Simon Pond with over a thousand fishermen & women who compete for the over $35,000 in cash and prizes. Whether you are a participant, or a spectator, this is a "must see" event to add to your winter calendar. February 3, 2018 Time: Tournament begins promptly at 7:00am and continues until 3:00pm. Location: Simon Pond, Tupper Lake, NY (Rod & Gun Club, 116 Lake Simond Road)


Adirondack Snowshoe Fest - February 24 and 25, 2018 One year after hosting the 2017 World Snowshoe Championships, Saranac Lake will leverage this international experience to host a new snowshoe weekend called Adirondack Snowshoe Fest. Snowshoeing at Dewey Mountain Recreation Center and the Paul Smith’s College VIC offers two different, uniquely Adirondack experiences.

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March 2018

Colby Classic Ice Fishing Derby
Sat, 03/03/2018 7:00 amSun, 03/04/2018 7:00 am $ The Colby Classic Ice Fishing Derby is held on the first weekend of March on Lake Colby. Registration, before fishing, is between 7:00am and 4:00pm each day. The registration area is at the Lake Colby Public Beach. Prizes are awarded for the heaviest fish in its category. There are four categories: perch, trout, salmon and northern pike. All perch, trout and salmon must be taken from Lake Colby. Since northern pike are not available in Lake Colby, pike may be fished in other local waters. There is also a door prize for all entrants. All fish must be caught between 7:00am and 4:00pm. Fish caught in Lake Colby are brought immediately to the weigh-in area to be judged and weighed. NO FROZEN FISH ARE ACCEPTED


ECAC Men's Hockey Championship March 16-17, 2018 | Lake Placid Olympic Center If you like the excitement and fast action of hockey, there is no place better to see it than Lake Placid, New York--the Winter Sports Capital of the World! Come see the best in the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Schools from the Eastern College Athletic Conference compete for the ECAC championship title.


2018 Lake Placid Loppet Saturday, March 17, 2018 7:00 AM 5:00 PM The Lake Placid Loppet is one of the best events of its kind in the country. Over the past 30 years, thousands of skiers have enjoyed skiing and racing on the challenging Mt. Van Hoevenberg trails at the Olympic Sports Complex. The Lake Placid Loppet is conducted by the Olympic Regional Development Authority on the Olympic Sports Complex Cross Country Ski Trails. The Loppet and Kort-Loppet run on a slightly modified version of the 50km course constructed for the 1980 Winter Olympics, making it one of the most challenging citizen races in the world. This is a perfect race for recreational to expert skiers who are looking for a unique and challenging race.

 

 

 

 

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS HERKIMER COUNTY

Old Forge, Inlet New York

Janauary 2018

 

Jan 3 - Feb 23 Morning Yoga - Yoga is now offered as a 10 session punch card. You can go to whichever 10 sessions you choose to attend. No time limit to use the sessions. You can now also go online and sign up. This class is a perfect gift for the holiday season and the entire year! Come and join our great, experienced instructors to start your year of healthy living! Yoga has been shown to increase muscle strength, maintain bone integrity, and improve balance, coordination, and mobility. These gentle, therapeutic classes are open to anybody and any age. No Restriction needed. Yoga classes are held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30 am, and evening classes are offered on Monday and Wednesday starting at 5:30 pm. Cost for the 10 sessions is $100/$70 members. For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org

Thurs Jan 4 - Feb 22 ZUMBA at View - 5:30pm at VIEW. Start your new year’s resolution and get in shape by taking this Zumba class. Zumba is a total workout, combining all elements of fitness-cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility. Zumba takes the work out of workout, by using Latin and World rhythms, mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Deb Daiker is a resident of Old Forge and teaches school in Inlet. She has been a certified Zumba instructor for over 6 years. She has several different certifications including Zumba Toning, Gold, Aqua, and Kids. She loves to dance and share her passion with others. The Zumba class is an 8-week session meeting in Gould Hall, Thursdays starting January 4 and ending February 22nd. Class will start at 5:30 pm and end at 6:30 pm. Cost of the 8-week session is $100/$80 members. For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org


Wed Jan 10 Learn How to Make Sushi Rolls & Sushi Bowls - 6pm at VIEW. Ryan Prichard, from the Pickle Boat Restaruant, will demonstrate how to create your own version of sushi rolls and sushi bowls. Ryan will provide a variety of condiments that can accompany the seasoned rice. He will also discuss which wines and beers would pair well with sushi. Cost of the class includes instruction, food, and tools to create sushi at home. The tools include a sushi matt, chop sticks, and a small bowl. Pre-Registration by January 5, 2018 $85/$80 Members. For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org

Sat Jan 13 Youth Snowmobile Safety Course - Inlet Fire Hall. Space is limited and youths must be registered to attend. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Registration will open on Monday, January 1st. Pre-registration is required and calls will not be accepted before the specified date for the course. Register by calling instructor Ernie Gilbert at 315-369-3695.

February 2018

Fri & Sat Feb 2 &3 19th Annual Poker Run - Get your buddies and go for it! Purse is $700 and there is over 70 door prizes and last year’s 50/50 was $250. Pick up your playing card at any one of the 25 sponsors (more sponsors this year than we’ve had for years). One sponsor will be open a short time with free appetizers. Get your card stamped from as many sponsors as possible. Go to Daikers Restaurant at 5:15 pm on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Your one card can purchase up to 10 hands for $10 per hand (no need for 2 cards, only one card will be accepted per player). Winner must be present to win. You are dealt as many cards as you have stamps on your card. You need at least 5 different stamps as the poker game is 5 card stud. Come join the fun and ride safe! For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org

Sat Feb 3 Ice Bar Party - 1pm at VIEW. Head to View’s courtyard to enjoy drinks with friends in a winter wonderland. View will be hosting an outside ice bar welcoming all 21 and older attendees. Drinks will be available for purchase while you enjoy snow furniture, hot and cold drinks with winter themed games. Admission is free.

Fri - Sun Feb 9 - 11 McCauley Mountain Winter Carnival - Enjoy a parade down Main Street in Old Forge, followed by an ice skating party. The coronation of the King and Queen will be held at McCauley Mountain, followed by torchlight skiing, dare-devil jumpers & fireworks. After the fireworks, the community is invited to a dance in the chalet.

Wed Feb 14 Valentine's Day Night Out - 7pm at VIEW. Come to View to dance the night away to a high-energized band. Member couples can purchase an advance couple ticket for $40 and non-member couples for $45. Each ticket purchased includes admission for two, non-alcoholic drinks, late night dessert cravings, a picture together, keepsake and a night of fun! Alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase. For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org

Sat Feb 17 Chili Bowl Luncheon with Trivia - 11:30am at VIEW. Escape winter and warm up at View with homemade meat and vegetarian chili served in handmade bowls created by local and regional potters while trying your hand at trivia. Admission is $18 to $25 for a handmade bowls and these one of a kind bowls are yours to keep! Chili may also be purchased without the bowl for $10 for adults and $5 for children. For additional information, please visit www.viewarts.org

March 2018


Fri & Sat March 9 & 10 Snofest - By mid-March many snowmobilers start putting away their sleds and start thinking about summer. Not in Old Forge, New York! The four major dealers: Ski Doo, Yamaha, Polaris, and Arctic Cat will premier their 2018 models. Demos rides, conditions permitting. Please contact Old Forge’s local dealerships for exact days & times of demos; Big Moose Arctic Cat & Yamaha at (315) 357-2998, Don’s Polaris at (315) 369-3255 and Smith Marine at (315) 369-9911. Thousands of snowmobile enthusiasts take advantage of this opportunity to be the first to preview next year’s line of sleds and gear.

Fri March 16 St Patrick's Day Parade - 5pm down Main Street in Old Forge. This is a "don't miss" event! This is the best (and only) Irish Parade in the Adirondacks. Creativity is always the main theme of this parade. Along with the usual participants, many groups are secretly making costumes and floats that will be a surprise for this year’s parade. Individuals now try to outdo their prior year’s costumes or floats. Parade favorites return year after year. Local pickups with snowplows will entertain while in formation, under the name Synchronized Snowplows. The Old Forge Redheads group will be there, as will the Old Forge Irish Setters Club (which still has many dogs, but no Irish Setters). The Precision Shopping Carts will again be weaving their formations up Main Street, in spite of the poor physical conditioning of the pushers!

 

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February 2018

Inlet's Winter Carnival Saturday, February 24, 2018 Fern Park (11 Loomis Road, Inlet, NY) and Arrowhead Park (160 Route 28, Inlet, NY) Free sledding, ice skating, snowshoeing , and cross-country skiing at Fern Park all day, every day! Bring your own equipment. Skate, ski, and snowshoe rentals are available downtown at Pedals & Petals.

March 2018

Inlet's - Let's Get Crocked Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 12:00 And eat some soup! What you need to bring: – One large pot or crock pot full of homemade soup to share. – $10 (which will go to the local food pantry.) – Your appetite! – Optional: bread, crackers, beverages. What we will have already there: – Coffee, tea, soda. – Bowls & spoons. – Some breads & crackers. Questions? Call Patty 315-357-5771 or Adele 315-357-5501 info@inletny.com

April 2018

Inlet's - Egg Hunt - Saturday, April 7, 2018 - 13:00 For children up to 12 years old. Bring a basket or bag to collect your eggs. Every child will receive a bag of treats. Stick around for drawings of special prizes after the hunt. Sponsored by the Inlet Youth Commission.

 

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