518-963-7777, 1610 NYS Route 22, Whallonsburg, NY
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.
8487 U.S. Route 9,
Lewis, NY 12950
Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of farmland in the Adirondacks. Members realized that to keep local food available and to preserve the scenic vistas that farmland provides, farming needs to be profitable. Founding members also had a strong commitment to sustainable farms and wanted to insure that farm-fresh food is available. We currently operate as a program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Essex County.
Since its inception in 2001, Adirondack Harvest has grown to encompass Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren, St. Lawrence, Lewis and Jefferson counties in northeastern New York. These counties contain major sections of the Adirondack Park and the Champlain Valley. Other portions of counties located within the Adirondack Park are also participating members including Herkimer, Oneida, Saratoga and Washington. Our focus has been on expanding markets for local farm products so that consumers have more choice of fresh farm products and on assisting farmers to increase sustainable production to meet the expanding markets.
6700 Main St, Westport, NY 12993
Hand crafted ales and lagers.
Ledge Hill Brewing Co. has become a whole-family endeavor with the focus to create a vibrant and inclusive community locale which serves fresh, small-batch and delicious beers. We strive for our beer to be approachable, delicious and unpretentious. Our recipes are deliberately simple, our processes are meticulous, and the result is an experience familiar yet completely new.
Matthew Brankman & Emma Gibbs
www.westportny.net Westport on Lake Champlain, Essex County, New York
The center of Westport New York is just four miles east of the Northway Interstate I-87 Exit 31, also accessible by Amtrak rail line. 1-800-USA-RAIL
A gateway to the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain.
22 Champlain Ave, PO Box 465, Westport, NY 12993.
(518) 962-4449, 6705 Main St., PO Box 414 Westport, NY 12993
www.depottheatre.org – E-mail
Professional live theatre in a restored 1876 train station. Plays, musicals, live events.
518-963-4300 – 2310 Main St, Essex, NY. www.lakechamplainyogaandwellness.com
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!
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25 Sisco St.
Westport, NY 12993
K-12 public school with 275 students. Educating and preparing students to be contributing members of the school and community.
6459 Main St. Rte 9N,22, PO Box 394, Westport, NY 12993
Westport’s community, visitor, and heritage center. Serves residents and visitors for classes, art shows, meetings, concerts, and tells our community heritage. Contact us about using the center. 518-795-4280