The thought provoking watercolors of Valerie Patterson will be on display at the Adirondack Carousel on Thursday, September 20th from 5 to 7:30 as part of the Art Walk event in Saranac Lake. The art exhibit is part of the Adirondack Carousel’s vision to fuse art, education and entertainment in ways that foster imagination and inspire people of all ages.
The Adirondack Carousel will sponsor a free art class in EYE CANS art on Saturday, August 11 at noon under the direction of Joanne Court.
Inspired by her travels where often poverty and tourism intersect, Joanne Court encountered people trying to make a living by asking for money or by selling items to tourists. In these same locations, the abundance of litter sparked her personal interest in recycling. By creating and founding the concept of EYE CANS Joanne shows how an individual CAN make a difference by either creating or through the purchasing of this art.
Participate and experience the beauty and challenge of one of the Country’s oldest golf courses, steeped in over 100 years of rich history. Play in the Adirondack Carousel Adirondack Senior ProAm Charity Open at the Whiteface Club and Resort in … Learn More
The Adirondack Carousel will hold a Grand Opening on Saturday, May 26 from 1 to 8 pm at its location in the William Morris Park, Saranac Lake, NY with FREE rides all day sponsored by the Stewarts Shops. As part of the festivities, there will also be children’s activities, food and refreshments, and a special drawing at 4 pm for four round trip Cape Air tickets.
Marge Glowa, Capital Campaign Director/Volunteer, of the Adirondack Carousel, accepts a check for $2000 from the Rotary Club of Saranac Lake. The generous donation was presented by Rotary President Jared Stark at the unveiling of the Carousel’s Deer in August. … Learn More
As of November 4, 23 of the Adirondack Carousel animals have been officially named. The elementary students of the Saranac Lake Central School district (Petrova, Bloomingdale, St. Bernard’s and home-schools) undertook the grand task with pride. Fifth grade students had … Learn More