VIEW Executive Director Jennifer Potter Hayes, left, Cathy Bowsher, VIEW’s assistant marketing director, & FCCB co-owner Justin Staskiewicz toast their new event partnership. Photo by Marianne Christy
VIEW, the arts center in Old Forge, and the local Fulton Chain Craft Brewery (FCCB) will be working together over the next 10 months on multiple local offerings.
Beginning with VIEW’s 10th Annual Chili Bowl Luncheon on Saturday, February 20, FCCB will be offering samplings of their locally brewed craft beers.
Anyone who attends the Chili Bowl Luncheon will receive complimentary tastings of FCCB’s most popular craft beers. Continue reading
VIEW, the arts center in Old Forge, will host the 10th Annual Chili Bowl Luncheon on Saturday, February 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. VIEW volunteers will serve homemade chili, stews, and soups prepared and donated by local restaurants.
The food that will be served in bowls from the Pottery Studio at VIEW as well as from many artists who deliver their bowls from towns nearby and as far away as Ithaca and Syracuse. This year the potters have made many styles of bowls featuring a variety of surface decorations. Continue reading
View, a multi-arts center located in Old Forge, announces its schedule of workshops to begin in January.
There will be a basket workshop by Barbara Green on January 16th, two six-week ceramic workshops, and a six-week Fine Arts drawing workshop starting on January 27th by View’s own curator, Cory E. Card.
Those interested in participating in any of these workshops should register as soon as possible at viewarts.org. Continue reading
Meet the (opposed) Candidates… Robert Moore (from left), William Brooker, H. Stuart deCamp, George Hiltebrant, Barbara Green, James B. Herron Jr., and David Berkstresser. Photo by Jay Lawson
by Jay Lawson
All Town of Webb candidates, that will be facing opposition in the November 3rd election, participated in a question and answer forum at VIEW’s Gould Hall on Tuesday, October 27, before an audience of nearly 100.
The event was sponsored by CAP-21 with Nick Rose, the organization’s Executive Director, serving as moderator. Continue reading
A public meeting will be held in Old Forge at VIEW on Thursday, November 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. to gather input on a regional strategy for diversifying and enhancing outdoor recreation opportunities and improving community connectivity in the “Great South Woods”—a vast area encompassing more than two million acres in the southern Adirondack Park.
The project is being undertaken by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) in conjunction with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Continue reading
Jennifer Potter Hayes, executive director of VIEW, and board members Chris Gaige and David Vogel traveled to Albany on Thursday, October 22 to meet with area representative State Senator Hugh T. Farley at the Legislative Office Building to discuss VIEW’s mission and importance to the local economy. Courtesy photo
by Marianne Christy
VIEW, the arts center in Old Forge, hosted a weekend of fun, food, art and music during its inaugural Adirondack Music Festival on Friday through Sunday, September 15 to 17th.
Dave Bennett and Memphis Speed Kings performed Friday and Skip Parsons Riverboat Jazz Band and the Danny Sinoff Quartet performed on Saturday, each playing before packed houses. Continue reading