August 24-25: Local. Logging. Live! Along the Hudson

August 24-25: Local. Logging. Live! Along the Hudson

Friday, 8/24 Events
4:00—5:30 PM History of logging in the Adirondacks with Dick Nason.  Dick Nason will present an engaging talk on the history of logging along the Hudson. Nason worked as a forester for Finch, Pruyn, and Co. Inc. of Glens Falls, which manufactures pulp and paper, for 35 years. He has developed an interest and knowledge in logging history and forest management and is a popular speaker on these topics.
5:00—7:00 PM Logging Art & Artifacts – Widlund Gallery Reception
7:00 PM Dave Ruch & Canal Street String Band—tickets $15
With three voices, fifty-five strings, and a pair of cow bones, The Canal Street String Band puts a brand-new shine on some seriously fun old American music.  Stellar musicianship combines with an undeniable sense of adventure and plenty of hokum to produce an irresistably good time. The audience has fun too. 

Purchase Tickets $15 CLICK HERE

Canal Street String Band – Hear Their Music! CLICK HERE

Tannery Pond Center Website CLICK HERE!

Logging Live at Riverfront Park North Creek, NY

Local Logging Live!
Celebration of Logging on Sat 8/25
Riverfront Park, Railroad Place, North Creek, NY 12853
August 24, 25, 2018

Tannery Pond Center

Tannery Pond Center
Main St.
North Creek, NY 12853
518-251-2105 x 128

Warren Miller’s Latest Movie comes to Gore Mt. Feb 22, 2018

Warren Miller’s Latest Movie comes to Gore Mt. Feb 22, 2018

Warren Miller’s Latest Movie comes to Gore Mt.
Feb 22, 2018, 5PM

Calling all snow birds! Warren Miller Entertainment’s newest ski and snowboard film, “Volkswagen presents Warren Miller’s Line of Descent”, will be screened at Gore Mountain Ski Area this February during Presidents’ Week. The 68th film in a long line of Warren Miller Ski Movies, Line of Descent follows ski and snowboard legends Tommy Moe, Jonny Mosely, Lexi DuPont, Kalen Thorien, and more athletes as they seek downhill thrills and global adventure. The athletes will take on terrain in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, the French Alps, New Zealand, and Norway, using a variety of means not limited to skis and boards.

As a beloved tradition for skiers and riders for many years, all snow lovers are invited to this special screening, nationally sponsored by Volkswagen and hosted by Gem Radio Theatre, at Gore Mountain Ski Area on Thursday, February 22nd at 5:00PM in the downstairs brown bag room in the Base Lodge.

The event will include raffle drawings during intermission donated by many local businesses including Garnet Hill, Gore Mt. Ski Area, Becks Tavern, Tannery Pond Center, The Alpine Lodge, Hudson River Trading Co, The Barking Spider, Trimmers, Live More Adventures, Adirondack Spirits, Kim’s Salon, and Basil & Wicks. Refreshments will be available for purchase by Centerplate. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at the following locations as well as at the door: Basil & Wicks, Beaver Brook Outfitters, Beck’s Tavern, Garnet Hill Ski Center, and Chrissy’s Café. Beaver Brook Outfitters, local business sponsor for the event, will donate door prizes, for which all attendees will be entered.

The Warren Miller Entertainment family – and the snowsports world at large – lost one of its original patriarchs – Warren Miller on January 25, at the age of 94. His humor and adventure-seeking spirit forged the legacy of a genre and a passion for freedom. Warren Miller Entertainment will continue to celebrate the life of Warren Miller each fall. His legacy will live on.

For further information, e-mail or contact Robin Jay at 518-251-3338.

Gore Mt. Ski Area, North Creek, NY

Backcountry Ski Shuttle

Backcountry Ski Shuttle

Backcountry Ski Shuttle

Backcountry Ski Shuttle is on for the Weekend – Sat/Sun, Feb 10, 11, 2018, 12:30p ($5 donation)! Update – The Raymond Brook ski trail has been illegally snowmobiled. The route is still VERY skiable, but there are some rough spots created by this irresponsible person. If you know who it is – please inform them that it is illegal – Snowmobiles are prohibited and that it is damage to a great resource for skiers and visitors to North Creek. Pic of trail damage from yesterday.

This shuttle by the North Creek Business Alliance will run weekends, departing at 12:30PM.  The Shuttle brings skiers up the Barton Road to The Raymond Brook Trailhead for a great backcountry (ungroomed) ski tour back to the North Creek Ski Bowl or the Rt. 28 trailhead.  Backcountry ski equipment is recommended – metal edge cross country or telemark skis.  There is some uphill sections so Alpine Skiing or Snowboarding is not appropriate.  All skiers should have nowax skis, ski-skins, or grip wax to negotiate the uphill sections.  Please, NO boot-packing!  $5/person suggested donation North Creek/North River Backcountry Ski Map (pdf)


Backcountry Ski Shuttle - North Creek Ski Bowl

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