Mary Sanders Shartle & Jane Agee to present on “Saints & Scalawags”

The Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center and the Saratoga Springs Public Library launches the spring Brown Bag Lunch Series. March 14: "Saints and Scalawags: Stories from Bethesda's History," presented by Jane Agee, Ph.D. and Mary Sanders Shartle. All Brown Bag Lunch Lecture programs are free. No registration required. Programs are from 12-1pm on Thursdays … Continue reading Mary Sanders Shartle & Jane Agee to present on “Saints & Scalawags”

Local Author, Dr. Rick Henry Publishes Sixth Book “Letters”

SUNY Potsdam Professor Dr. Rick Henry’s latest novel, “Letters,” was recently published by RA Press. His sixth published book is set in a rural area of upstate New York, a region that he has continued to use as a backdrop for his fiction writing over the span of his 20-year career at SUNY Potsdam. “Letters” … Continue reading Local Author, Dr. Rick Henry Publishes Sixth Book “Letters”

Howl Grand Story Slam is back

Don’t miss the great story showdown! Join us as regional winners compete with true, personal stories at the Howl GRAND Story Slam on Dec 1st, 7pm at Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake. True stories, told locally.  Ticket sales open at 5:30pm at the door. $10 event charge. We are planning to sell out, so if you … Continue reading Howl Grand Story Slam is back

NORTH COUNTRY EDUCATOR PUBLISHES SHADY CHARACTERS

Canton, NY-based arborist, educator and author Paul Hetzler has published SHADY CHARACTERS: Caterpillar Soup, Leprechaun Trees, and Other Hilarities of the Natural World (Lexingford, 2018). Paul is the kind of person you would choose as your guide for a walk in the woods.  His immense and often exotic store of natural knowledge is communicated in … Continue reading NORTH COUNTRY EDUCATOR PUBLISHES SHADY CHARACTERS

Writing at the Hyde, Dec 2

Acclaimed writer Marilyn McCabe returns, leading this popular workshop, this time with a focus on Ukiyo-e to Shin-Hanga: Japanese Woodcuts from the Syracuse University Art Collection. Participants will be guided through a series of writing and editing exercises inspired by the Japanese prints and philosophy of Ukiyo-e. Perfect for all experience levels and art enthusiasts interested in … Continue reading Writing at the Hyde, Dec 2