CONTACT US   FAQ   CART  

Calendar of Events

Music Culture
Food Sport
Nature Theater
Workshops Festivals
Search by Region
Zip Code
Search by Date
Start
End

Upcoming Events

Adirondack Photography Institute's Weekend with Adirondack Life
Presentations and outings with top regional photographers and Adirondack Life staff. Register in advance.
September 22 2017
Hungry Trout Resort
Wilmington,12997
Contact (518) 478-8592http://www.adkpi.org

Long Lake Long Boat Regatta
The North American Voyageur Canoe Championships and other kayak and canoe races. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Adirondack Hotel; competitions start at the town beach at 11 a.m.
September 23 2017
Town beach
Long Lake,12847
Contact (518) 891-1176http://www.macscanoe.com

ADK Fungi Fest
The moist and shady terrain of the Adirondacks is a mushroom lover’s dream. And the biggest celebration of the region’s mycological bounty, ADK Fungi Fest, happens at Paul Smith’s College Visitor Interpretive Center on September 23. It all starts at 9 a.m.—guided forays, presentations, cultivation workshops, a juried art show and more.
September 23 2017
Paul Smith's College Visitor Interpretive Center
Paul Smiths,12970
Contact (518) 327-6330http://www.paulsmiths.edu/fungifest

Ragnar Relay Adirondacks
Teams of six or 12 compete in a 200-mile run from Saratoga Springs to Lake Placid. Register in advance.
September 22 2017 to September 23 2017 daily
Various
Saratoga Springs,
Contact (877) 837-3529http://www.runragnar.com

Adirondack Balloon Festival
A sky full of colorful balloons at the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport, in Queensbury, and Crandall Park, in Glens Falls. Check for times.
September 21 2017 to September 24 2017 daily
Various
Queensbury,12801
Contact (518) 222-4593http://www.adirondackballoonfest.org

ViewFest
ViewFest—a celebration of music, food and art—runs September 22–24 at View arts center, in Old Forge. Friday night features rockabilly by Dave Bennett and the Memphis Speed Kings, and Saturday brings a Great Gatsby–themed dinner. The weekend wraps up with a nondenominational service on Sunday, followed by a Jazz Brunch.
September 22 2017 to September 24 2017 daily
View
Old Forge,13420
Contact (315) 601-9728http://www.viewarts.org

Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival
Five- and 10-kilometer races and kids’ fun run on Saturday in Chestertown; full, half and relay marathons on Sunday in Schroon Lake. Register in advance.
September 23 2017 to September 24 2017 daily
Various
Schroon Lake,12870
Contact (518) 532-7675http://www.adirondackmarathon.org

St. Regis Canoe Classic
Five-, seven- or 11-mile contests. Paul Smith’s College. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; races at 10 a.m.
September 24 2017
Paul Smith's College
Paul Smiths,12970
Contact (315) 720-5446http://www.paulsmiths.edu

Songs of the Iroquois: Turtle Island
The Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents a play for children and adults based on Native American creation legends. 9:30 a.m.
September 28 2017
Whallonsburg Grange Hall
Whallonsburg,12936
Contact 518-963-7777https://www.thegrangehall.info/

Cole, Nakoa and Treacher
Three of the most soulful and engaging performers in the singer/songwriter world today join forces and create incredible music. Tickets: $12 / under 18, $5. 7:30 p.m.
September 29 2017
Whallonsburg Grange Hall
Whallonsburg,12936
Contact 518-963-7777https://www.thegrangehall.info/

Contemporary Rustic Exhibit
Curated by furniture craftsman William Coffey, featuring Rhea Costello, Matt Horner, Jonathan Swartwout and more.
September 18 2017 to September 30 2017 daily
Adirondack Lake Center for the Arts
Blue Mountain Lake,12812
Contact 877-752-7715http://www.adirondackarts.org

Gore Mountain Leaf Cruncher
All-ages five-kilometer trail run/walk with gondola ride. Gore Mountain, North Creek. Registration begins at 8 a.m.; race starts at 10 a.m.
September 30 2017
Gore Mountain
North Creek,12853
Contact (518) 251-2411http://www.goremountain.com

Tom Chapin Concert
Legendary contemporary folk artist. The younger brother of the late Harry Chapin, singer/songwriter Tom Chapin carried on his sibling’s legacy admirably. In a career that spans five decades, 25 albums, and three Grammy awards, Hudson Valley Troubadour Tom Chapin has covered an incredible amount of creative ground. 3:00pm advanced tickets $15 at door $20
October 01 2017
Tannery Pond Center
North Creek,12853
Contact 518-251-2505http://www.tannerypondcenter.org

Oaktoberfest
Games, music, scenic lift rides and more. Noon.
October 01 2017
Oak Mountain ski center
Speculator,12164
Contact (518) 548-3606http://www.oakmountainski.com

Bike the Barns
Fifty-, 35- and 10-mile farm-by-bike tours of the Champlain Valley. Finish line celebration with local food and music at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall. Register in advance.
October 01 2017
Whallonsburg Grange Hall
Whallonsburg,12936
Contact (518) 891-6200http://btb.adirondack.org

Saranac Lake Artworks Studio Tour
Saranac Lake area artists will open their workspaces to visitors on the last weekend of each month, June through November; Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-3. Studio Tours are self-guided and free to the public. Information about each artist, the dates they will be participating, and maps to help you plan your Tour may be found on the ArtWorks website, saranaclakeartworks.com.
September 29 2017 to October 01 2017 daily
Various
Region-wide,
Contact gigigaffney@hotmail.comhttp://www.saranaclakeartworks.com/

Fall Landscapes and Waterfalls Photo Tour with Carl Heilman
Spend a day photographing the west central Adirondacks during the peak of fall color in the area, with Carl Heilman as your guide and instructor.Spend a day photographing the west central Adirondacks during the peak of fall color in the area, with Carl Heilman as your guide and instructor. 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
October 01 2017
Wild Center
Tupper Lake,12986
Contact 518-359-7800http://www.wildcenter.org

 Click here to mail event to Adirondack Life