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Posts for January 2009

Tricky Tracks!

Jan 21, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

Photo by Michael CarrOn Sunday, February 8 at 10 a.m., come to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, entrance temporarily open on 20 Kenridge Farm Drive off Route 9W South, Cornwall, to learn how to recognize animal tracks. Join Environmental Educator, Carl Heitmuller, to find out who has been walking in your back yard! Come learn tracking techniques while walking through the forest, field ...


Jan 20, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

winterfest-long-island.jpgRIVERHEAD, NY – Visit the East End of Long Island this winter during Winterfest 2009 - JAZZ ON THE VINE, for over 60 FREE jazz concerts at area wineries and over 100 special offers from area businesses from Feb. 14-Mar. 22, 2009. The musical calendar for “JAZZ ON THE VINE - 2009” has been extended to six weekends this year, beginning Saturday, February 14 and continuing through Sunday, March ...

A Quadricentennial Evening Speaker Series: 1609: Henry Hudson Explores the Hudson

Jan 20, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

henry-hudson-1.JPGThe Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in partnership with the Greater Cornwall Quadricentennial Committee and the Cornwall Presbyterian Church presents the first in their Quadricentennial Evening Speakers Series: 1609 Henry Hudson Explores the Hudson. This lecture will take place on Tuesday, February 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Cornwall Presbyterian Fellowship Hall, 222 Hudson Street, Cornwall-on-Hudson ...

New Boating Information Center at NY’s Largest and Oldest Boat Show February 11-15

Jan 20, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

Syracuse, NY -- Do you need to learn the latest boating regulations? Have a question about what safety gear is required to take your children boating? Then stop by the new Boating Information Center at the 2009 Central New York Boat Show February 11-15.  The Center will be at the main entrance of the Toyota Building at the New York State Fairgrounds. At the new Boating Information Center, New ...

Landis Arboretum News: TriCounty Arts Council/Arboretum Arborist-Artist Fred Breglia Unite

Jan 20, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

In Multilevel, Month-long Showcase on Global Warming

SCHOHARIE REGION (01/19/2009; 0600)(readMedia)-- Art imitating nature? The ego acting out through unconscious, creative activity? Whatever your perspective, it is sure to find a fresh flashpoint for discussion at an exhibit of art and sculpture by Schoharie Region artist Ferdinand Breglia. Whether conscious or unconscious, his visual ...

It's an Event and Film-packed February at the George Eastman House!

Jan 16, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

eastman-house.jpgFebruary brings a busy calendar to the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester. From special Abraham Lincoln commemorations and programs to a Valentine's Day Brunch and Film, to an Academy Awards® Party, you won't want to miss an eventful month at the Eastman! 

1 Sunday OPENING OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN DISPLAY "Lincoln Portrait: Conservation of a National ...

“Stack It Up!” at Strong National Museum of Play® School Break Week, February 16–20

Jan 16, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

strong1.jpgHow do you stack up? Try your hand at the fast-paced game of Sport Stacking during “Stack It Up!” School Break Week at Strong National Museum of Play® from Monday, February 16 through Friday, February 20. See young experts show off their skills at up-stacking and down-stacking twelve specially designed cups with lightning speed. Or learn the simple game yourself and test your abilities ...


Jan 14, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

iloveny-stack.jpgNew trails, lodging and more add to skiing fun in the Empire State! Albany, NY - New York’s ski areas just keep getting better. This year, downhill skiers and riders are being treated to more than just great ski weather … improvements and additions at New York’s mountains are providing even more reasons for getting out and enjoying the snow! Big Projects Underway at Greek Peak, Holiday Valley ...

FIS Freestyle World Cup Tour Makes Stop at Whiteface/Lake Placid for Nature Valley Freestyle Cup

Jan 14, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

Ski Cross Event Makes First East Coast Appearance; Aerialists Compete Under the Lights 

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – The FIS Freestyle World Cup Tour comes to Whiteface/Lake Placid this holiday weekend, January 18-19. The Nature Valley Freestyle Cup features a nighttime aerials competition on Sunday evening at the Olympic Jumping Complex, and for the first time ever on the East Coast, a world cup ...


Jan 13, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

Lookout Mountain Now Open! WILMINGTON, N.Y. – Lookout Mountain, Whiteface’s third peak, officially opened Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony atop the Lookout Mountain Triple Chairlift. ORDA Chairman Joe Martens (third from left), Wilmington Town Supervisor Randy Preston (fourth from left), ORDA President/CEO Ted Blazer (second from left) and Whiteface General Manager Jay Rand (fifth from left) cut the ribbon to ...

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