The North Country Cultural Center for the Arts is excited to announce the Summer 2014 Artist Market, where local artists may display and sell their fine-art work.
The City Beach will celebrate its official opening weekend with activities, music and fun in the sun at the Beach Bash on Saturday, June 14.
June marks the one-year anniversary of First Weekends in Plattsburgh, a grassroots community group formed for the purpose of bringing people to Plattsburgh’s historic downtown business district, and appreciation of the ‘Burgh’s burgeoning art scene.
A changing of the guard is in the works at Chazy’s venerable Alice T. Miner museum.
The upcoming Battle of Plattsburgh bicentennial celebration is set to blow all previous years’ commemorations out of the water, quite literally.
The North Country Cultural Center and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau are excited to announce the call for entries for this year’s Adirondack Coast ARTWays competition.
Fans of the harmonica will have an opportunity to see one of the world’s greats perform live, up close, and personal.
Plans were unveiled recently for this summer’s 37th annual Plattsburgh Mayor’s Cup Regatta and Festival.
The North Country Cultural Center for the Arts is proud to announce the upcoming exhibition of Tom Semeraro’s work being displayed April 4 to May 3 in the Main Gallery.
First Weekends is ready for the 2014 season!
East Branch Friends of the Arts (EBFA) is excited to announce a new campaign on Adirondack Gives, the crowdfunding site for Adirondack region nonprofits.
Facing the world in his Mini Cooper, Robert Reich drives his way to communities around the world, including Plattsburgh, discussing economic fairness and inequality.
Hiding outside of the kitchen, Frederick Douglass heard desperate screams of help.
Plattsburgh’s music community cannot be painted with a broad brush. It would be hard even to paint the music landscape on one mural.
Capt. Richard Phillips, the Merchant Marine thrust into the global spotlight in 2009 when he and his ship, the Maersk Alabama, was taken captive by Somali pirates, will be the featured speaker when the Champlain Valley Film Society presents the film “Captain Phillips,” at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2.