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Old Forge New York February 2017 Events

Sat Feb 4 Adult PickleBall Workshop - 10am at the Park Ave Gym. Pickleball is a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Have fun, be active and learn a new sport! For more information contact Jackie at 315-399-0748.

Fri - Sun Feb 10 - 12 McCauley Mountain Winter Carnival - On Friday enjoy a parade down Main Street in Old Forge, followed by an ice skating party. On Saturday, the coronation of the King and Queen will be held at McCauley Mountain, followed by torchlight skiing, dare-devil jumpers & fireworks. After the fireworks, the community is invited to a dance in the chalet. Click here for schedule of events.

Sat Feb 11 Eagle Bay Fire Department Chili Cook-Off - The Eagle Bay Fire Department invites all local restaurants, professional and amateur cooks, and those who cook for local fire houses and organizations to enter its annual Chili Cook-Off.  Individuals, organizations and restaurants will compete to win cash prizes while fire departments vie for bragging rights and the honor of having their name engraved on a rotating trophy. Registration forms must be received by Saturday, February 4 to be eligible for the competition. All entries must be received at the fire house by 11 a.m. the day of the event with applicants providing their own means of keeping their entries warm. Judging will take place from  noon to 1 p.m. The public is welcome to join in the fun at a chili tasting from 1 to 5 p.m., or as long as the chili lasts.  Donation is $5 per person. Other food and refreshments will also be available for purchase throughout the day. In addition to the Chili Cook-Off, the fire department will hold an Open House. There will be a 50/50 raffle too. For rules and regulations or more information call Chief Shane Beach at (315) 390-4006 or Adleor Brighamat (315) 617-2351.

Tues Feb 14 Sweetheart Dessert Contest - Old Forge Library. Entries accepted at the library between 11:30am - 4:30pm. Reception and announcement of winners will begin at 7pm. For additional information please call 315-369-6008.

Wed Feb 15 Open Mic Night - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. The library will host an Open Mic Night for writers in a coffee house setting. Emcee and featured writer will be Sue Kiesel. Sue is the author of “The Many Faces of Snowy Owls”. She also writes a column for the Outdoor Adirondack magazine. Members of the public are welcome to share and read from their own work or to come and enjoy readings by others. If you plan on participating on Open Mic Night please call the library at 369-6008 ahead of time so we may plan accordingly but walk-ins are always welcome. These readings are held to inspire writers and create opportunities for regional writers to meet. For additional information please call 315-369-6008.

Fri & Sat Feb 17 & 18  13th Annual Pink Ribbon Riders Snow Run - The snow run is a two day event open to both men and women, including a welcome party, snowmobile rides, awards banquet and more. For more information please visit

Sat Feb 18 Chili Bowl Luncheon - 11:30am - 2pm at VIEW. Homemade meat & vegetarian chili, stews and soups prepared by local restaurants, will be served in handmade bowls from the Pottery Workshop at View as well as many artists who deliver their bowls to View from towns nearby and as far away as Ithaca and Syracuse.  The potters this year will be making many styles of bowls featuring a variety of surface decorations. For additional information call 315-369-6411 or visit

Wed Feb 22  “Wildlife Photographic Tips” - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. This slide presentation by Sue Kiesel. The presentation will guide interested enthusiasts toward making the best wildlife shots possible. There will be an open question and answer dialogue throughout the program. Slides on loons, otters, songbirds, waterfowl, bears and moose, will dominate the screen. Sue Kiesel, of Sauquoit, is a long time Old Forge resident and lover of the Adirondacks. Digital photography crept into her life about nine years ago and she has not looked back! Wildlife and Adirondack shots remain her main focus (as well as her six grandchildren, of course!) She has written a column in Outdoor Adirondack magazine for the past three years, published a book on snowy owls and has had many pictures published in the Weekly Adirondack newspaper. Sue has taught many classes in the Old Forge area during the past 20 years on a variety of subjects. Come and bring a friend o this free relaxing and entertaining evening. For additional information please call 315-369-6008.



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