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Posts for September 2013

October 5 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Blue Byway Seminar Adds Deliberate Sinking to Create Dive Destinations Panel

Sep 30, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

bluebywaymap3005.jpgOswego, N.Y./Great Lakes Seaway Trail - A panel discussion of the deliberate scuttling of historic ships with ties to the Great Lakes Seaway Trail waters of the St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, Niagara River and Lake Erie has been added to the October 5 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Blue Byway Seminar at SUNY Oswego in Oswego, NY.   Sarah Tichonuk , a Nautical Archaeologist with the Lake Champlain ...

"Ulster County and the Civil War" Examined at the Senate House in Kingston

Sep 30, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

senate-house-state-historic-site.jpgKingston, N.Y.  - Citizens of Ulster County provided an impressive contribution to the Civil War.  Soldiers of every rank stepped forward to answer the call to preserve the Union.  A new exhibit, "With Malice Toward None: Ulster County and the Civil War" explores the sacrifices local residents made during one of the most critical periods in American history. The exhibit is located in the ...

New Map and App Explore the Underground Railroad in NY State

Sep 30, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

nysugrr_map_600.jpgFinding sites just a click away with new online map Waterford, N.Y. - Federal and state partners have recently released a new online map and mobile app to help people explore New York State's connection to abolitionism and the Underground Railroad. The map includes sites, programs and tours that have been approved by the National Park Service Network to Freedom Program or the New York State ...

Miller’s Harvest Festival and Folkways Fair at Hanford Mills Museum

Sep 27, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

millers-fest.jpgAll invited to enjoy a day of hands-on history and fall fun on October 13 Kids 12 and under receive free admission East Meredith, N.Y. - Artisans, water power, local farms, grist milling, lumberjack skills, and horse-drawn wagon rides all will be featured at the Miller's Harvest Festival and Folkways Fair at Hanford Mills Museum on Sunday, October 13. The Museum will be operating machinery ...

Unique Retreat Weekend for Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors October 25-27 at Mirror Lake Inn in Lake Placid

Sep 27, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

pink-ribbon.jpgLake Placid, N.Y. - A unique retreat weekend in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains is specifically-designed for breast cancer patients and survivors, with their family and friends. Participants will enjoy a mix of education, enlightenment and delicious food created by Chef Curtiss Hemm, of Pink Ribbon Cooking, and the team at Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa in Lake Placid. Pink Ribbon ...

2013 Erie Canalway Photo Contest Winners Announced

Sep 27, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

“Vischer Ferry - Nature of the Old Erie” by Karl BarthWinning images to be featured in 2014 calendar Waterford, N.Y. - Twelve images that capture the beauty and character of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor have been selected as winners of the 2013 Erie Canalway Photo Contest. Winning images will be featured in the 2014 Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Calendar and can be viewed online at www.eriecanalway.org/gallery.php. ...

WestchesterPhil to present MacArthur Genius Pianist Jeremy Denk on Nov. 24

Sep 27, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

westchester-philharmic.jpgPianist will lead and solo with orchestra in works of Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn this November Orchestra members to be highlighted in Beethoven's Quintet for piano and winds Purchase, N.Y. - The Westchester Philharmonic is proud to announce that pianist Jeremy Denk will return to the Philharmonic stage on Sunday, November 24th at 3 pm, as soloist-leader of a special conductor-less program ...

How to Experience Fall

Sep 26, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

fall-view-from-bear-mountain-state-park.jpgColor your autumn in Orange County, N.Y. Orange County, N.Y. - Fall is not just a season in Orange County, it's an experience of the senses. See it, smell it, taste it. Have fun with it! Just an hour north of Manhattan, there are happenings ready to turn autumn into your favorite season, if it's not already. It's harvest time. The leaves will be brilliant and so will you if you just follow ...

Corning Museum of Glass to Present GlassLab Design Program at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, October 22-27

Sep 26, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

corning-museum-of-glass-logo.jpgFeaturing French Designers Including Francois Bauchet, Matali Crasset, Sylvain Dubuisson and Arik Levy Corning, N.Y.-Expanding the international reach of its signature design program, The Corning Museum of Glass is bringing its GlassLab design program to Paris. The Corning Museum will partner with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs to offer free, public GlassLab design "performances" with top ...

Beautiful Peak Fall Color Expected in the Adirondacks this Weekend

Sep 25, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

foliagemapnew92513.jpgColor Change Picking Up in Catskills  This is the third 2013 FALL COLOR REPORT for New York State. Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend. FALL COLOR REPORTS are issued every Wednesday afternoon. Albany, N.Y. -- Beautiful peak fall colors are expected to make their first appearance of the season this weekend in the Adirondacks ...
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