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- Virtual Fort Fever Series: Keep Calm and Carillon: New Initiatives for the Carillon Battlefield-ZOOMWednesday, Apr 21, 2021Keep Calm and Carillon: New Initiatives for the Carillon Battlefield Margaret Staudter, Fort Ticonderoga Registrar and Site Archaeologist John Crock, Director of the University of Vermont's Consulting Archaeology Program
- 33rd Virtual Job DiscoveryThursday, Apr 22, 2021Join us from 9am-1pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 for the 33rd annual Job Discovery Job Fair! This year, @adkjobdiscovery is going virtual!
- April After Business Mixer & Networking EventThursday, Apr 22, 2021The Knights of Columbus will host the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) April After Business Mixer & Networking Event on Thursday, April 22nd from 5:30 - 7:00 PM. This...
- Sacred Union of Plant & WaterThursday, Apr 22, 2021Take a "trip in a cup" as we explore cultures from around the world and their tea rituals where a Sacred Union is made between plant and water. We'll start...
- Warren County Tree & Shrub Seedling SaleFriday, Apr 23, 2021The Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting its Annual Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale!
- Forging Heading ToolsSaturday, Apr 24, 2021 until Sunday, Apr 25, 2021Whether forging nails, bolts or rivets, every smith needs a good assortment of heading tools. This class will take students through the process of forging a variety of different headers.
- Epic Family FestSaturday, Apr 24, 2021Whether your family is a seed that has just been planted, a young blossom, or a mature plant that has been blooming for years, we would love for you to...
- Perfect Pictures Every Time With Carl Heilman IISaturday, Apr 24, 2021Understanding photography basics is the key to taking control of your camera and knowing you got the shot when you were taking it. If you would like to take your...
- Traditional Herbalism 101Sunday, Apr 25, 2021The use of plants for wellness, nutrition and balance has been practiced for thousands of years in the Adirondacks and cultures around the globe. Discover what they knew and passed...
- Rugs From RagsSunday, Apr 25, 2021No weaving experience is necessary! The looms are dressed and ready to go, all you need to do is bring your creative spirit and to leave with a finished one-of-a-kind...
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