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Posts from January 2023

Wood TheaterGlens Falls, N.Y. (January 2023) – On March 11th, the Wood Theater will be transformed into a one-day-only music and art gallery featuring a multi-band concert, live artist gallery and artisan fair.

NYS Parks Recreation Historic PreservationSaturday February 11

Staatsburg, N.Y. (1/13/23) — Just in time for Valentine’s Day, drop in to Staatsburgh State Historic Site to make valentines for your favorite people!  Craft supplies and 19th-century images will be available to make unique cards for your special-someones, and light refreshments will be served. …

We Are NYSecond-Largest Global Winter Sporting Event Continues Through January 22; Tickets Are Available Here

Follows More Than $550 Million in State Investment to Renovate Sports Facilities, Improve Roads and Bridges, Upgrade Sports Infrastructure in Preparation for the Games

Games Will Include Several Measures to Promote Climate Action in Line with Governor's Sustainability Agenda

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the official start of the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, welcoming 1,443 collegiate-athletes from more than 540 universities and 46 nations gathered to celebrate the biennial multi-winter sports event. The Lake Placid 2023 FISU Games will feature competition in 12 winter sports and 85 events in venues throughout the Adirondack North Country in Lake Placid as well as Wilmington, Saranac Lake, Potsdam, Canton and North Creek. The competition schedule and tickets to the events are available here

I LOVE NY Logo - stackedFrom premier experiences to fun attractions to tasty eateries and comfy accommodations, there are plenty of fresh places to visit in the Empire State

New York, NY (January 11, 2023) – This year, open any of several new doors across New York State to come be a part of an inviting selection of places to visit, explore and enjoy. World renowned events and state-of-the-art cultural attractions provide visitors with opportunities for a vacation like no other. Boutique hotels, restored lodging and innovative properties welcome travelers, and a roster of restaurants and rooftop bars serve up memorable fare. Paired with engaging and amazing nature experiences, New York State provides unique getaways not available anywhere else.

Schweinfurth Art CenterAuburn, NY (Jan. 10, 2023) – Schweinfurth Art Center is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Challenge America award of $10,000. This grant will support the art center’s Quilters of Color Initiative.

Historic Huguenot StreetNew Paltz, NY (January 6, 2023) –Historic Huguenot Street and the Hasbrouck Family Association are pleased to announce the eight recipients of a total of $25,500 in scholarships for 2022. Together, the two organizations have now provided over $225,000 to further the education of more than 150 undergraduate and graduate students across the country since 1998.

Parallax_viewers2-3000pxSaratoga Springs, NY (January 10, 2023) — The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College welcomes visitors to explore the Museum and exhibitions through guided tours with curators and Tang Guides. Curator’s Tours are given by exhibition organizers, who work closely with artists and can provide valuable insights. Tang Guide Tours are given by visitors’ services staff, including Skidmore College students, who are trained in various methods of talking about art and interacting with visitors.

Albany Pine Bush Discovery CommissionCLICK HERE to download a map showing this property.

Albany, N.Y. – The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission recently acquired a 15.1 acre parcel of land to add to the 3,400 acre preserve. The Commission purchased the property from a landowner that indicated they were interested in selling late last year. This new addition adds to the 41 acres the Town of Colonie dedicated to the preserve in February 2022, making up an area of nearly 120 connected acres of protected land in western Colonie.

Museum of the Moving Image - MoMIAmong the highlights is the first-ever U.S. solo exhibition devoted to Spanish artist, inventor, and filmmaker José Val del Omar

New York, N.Y. – Museum of the Moving Image is pleased to announce the following exhibitions, initiatives, and film programs in the first quarter of 2023. In January, the Museum opens The Office of In Visibility Presents: SAN TV, a video installation by artist sTo Len, and the exhibition On the Morning You Wake to Nuclear Threat, a co-presentation with Games for Change. Upcoming screening series include Snubbed: Great Movies, No Nominations, a retrospective of Chinese artist-filmmaker Qiu Jiongjiong, and the 12th annual First Look festival.

Long Lake Winter Wonderland BingoLong Lake, N.Y. – Long Lake announces the third installment of Winter Wonderland Bingo highlighting activities, events and featuring outdoor recreation as a contest running until March 20th, 2023.

The exclusively designed Long Lake Raquette Lake Bingo card will be posted on social media, and printed cards will be available at the Long Lake Town Office and area businesses starting the first week of January. And there are two versions of the card so competitors can mix it up depending on the activity they complete. It is free to participate.

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