The historic Whallonsburg Grange is located in the heart of the Champlain Valley, 5 miles from Lake Champlain and the village of Essex, New York. It sits at the crossroads of NYS Route 22 and Whallons Bay Road in the hamlet of Whallonsburg. The beautifully restored, century-old building is home to concerts by regionally and nationally known performers, a bi-weekly film series, plays, lectures, classes and workshops throughout the year. In July and August, the Boquet River Theatre Festival children’s summer camp moves in with dozens of young actors spending four weeks rehearsing and presenting musical theater on our stage. All kinds of community events, from annual meetings to Election Night Dinners take place here and the Grange is available for birthdays, weddings, anniversary parties, family reunions, meetings, and other gatherings. The certified commercial kitchen is available to rent for catering, cooking, canning, commercial food production, and farm and community projects.
Welcome to The Depot Theatre. Our historic building is a functioning train station built in 1876, so journeys with The Depot Theatre are both literal and figurative. Our theatrical journeys require no passport or baggage, just your willingness to sit in a comfortable seat in an air conditioned room while our professional artists dazzle you with story, dance and song.
The mission of The Depot Theatre is to entertain, enrich, and educate through professional theatrical arts and related programs based in a historic train station.
The Depot Theatre will have a robust, regional, and year-round presence by creating the highest of quality programs, building strong partnerships, and enhancing community engagement while promoting diversity in all that we do.
The Adirondack History Museum is home to the Essex County Historical Society, an organization dedicated to the ever-evolving interpretation of Adirondack history so as to inspire reflection, scholarship and comprehension of the land and its inhabitants. We strive to serve as an authentic presentation of the human face of the Adirondacks through our diverse collections, exhibits, and education outreach programs.
From early farming and frontier life, wilderness exploration and recreation, logging and mining to contemporary art and historical documents, our organization enables visitors to understand and appreciate the various connections made between the past and present.
MUSEUM HOURS MEMORIAL DAY – COLUMBUS DAY TUESDAY – SATURDAY 10 AM – 4 PM
SUNDAY 12 AM – 4 PM
ADMISSION ADULT $5 SENIORS $4 STUDENTS $2 CHILDREN 6 AND UNDER GET IN FREE
Hi! We are Dan & Kimmy Rivera and we are bringing an old farm back to life in Willsboro with good bread. We are Hudson Valley natives and first generation farmers who were lucky to find prime agricultural land in the Champlain Valley.
We are bringing an old farm back to life in the Adirondacks with good bread. We’re building a bread oven, gonna milk some cows and then brew some beer and who knows what else!
For over 130 years Camp Dudley & Kiniya have provided boys and girls (ages 10 to 15) with the opportunity to develop as individuals through a balanced program of arts, athletics, outdoor exploration, and spirituality. With a boys campus located in the heart of New York’s majestic Adirondack Mountains and a girls campus on the peaceful shores of Lake Champlain in Vermont, campers are encouraged to develop moral, personal, physical, and leadership skills while thriving in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship.
(518) 962-8650, Main St, Rt 9N Westport, NY 12993
2017, 169th Annual Fair “Kick it up in the Barnyard” Aug 16-20.
Arts & Crafts sale and exhibits. Demonstrations daily. Carnival rides;
$10 admission includes; All Carnival Rides, most shows; parking;
Children 3 and under FREE!
Aug 17 Trailer Races; Figure 8, Truck Demo
Aug 18, 19 Truck Pulls
Aug 20 Demolition Derby
Your local haven for Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Massage and Physical Therapy – all in Essex, NY!
We are here to assist you in cultivating balanced wellness. Move, stretch, and relax in one of our multi-level Weekly Yoga Classes, or try an amazing, transformational session of Yoga Therapy or Physical Therapy. Promote well-being and balance with a relaxing massage. Our professional and talented wellness mentors are Susan Cerny, Karin DeMuro, Michael Fergot, Kristen Hatch, and Michelle Maron. See you at LCY&W!
Lakeside School is a farm- and forest-based Waldorf school in Essex County, New York that serves families with young children up to third grade. Situated amidst the Adirondack mountains and the fertile farmland of the Boquet River Valley, this school provides an enriching natural setting for its many programs, including year-round Childcare, a farm- and field-based Kindergarten, and mixed-grade Early Elementary instruction.
At Lakeside, children learn about themselves and the world around them. It is a place where children can still be children as they learn to be contributing members of a community. The experiences at Lakeside lay a strong foundation for success in all areas of life by fostering confdence, self-reliance, independence, a genuine interest in others, and a life-long love of learning.
Parents and community members are invited to participate in our parent education evenings, work parties, community events and rich festival life.
A seven week summer school for talented and devoted music students. A school with “a special spirit that is conducive to total concentration on excellence in musical performance” and a place to enjoy the camaraderie of other young people from around the world who are serious about their musical development.
Students work under outstanding faculty and present three concerts each week, open to the public, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, @ 7:30 pm from June 28-August 7th. Various off-campus events are held as well.