@theVIC Tuesday, Feb. 25, through Monday, March 3
Friends of the VIC
Help support the Paul Smith's College VIC by joining the Friends of the VIC. Membership is available at a range of levels, starting with a $45 annual contribution.
Daily – Cross-country skiing and Snowshoeing
Check out the most recent trail conditions. Skiers and snowshoers must purchase a season pass, or a day pass, to use the trails during the winter months. The VIC is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., seven days a week.
Wednesday, Feb. 26 – Cross Country Ski & Yoga
Don't miss the year's last yoga and ski session! Yoga is a perfect partner to cross-country skiing. A session prior to skiing warms the muscles, joints and lungs. A yoga session after skiing will release tension and help cool down the body. 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Season ski pass and 8 sessions of yoga $160. Day ski pass and yoga session $25. Single yoga session $15. To register, call the Paul Smith's College VIC at (518) 327-6241.￼￼￼
Thursday, Feb. 27 – Volunteer Potluck
VIC volunteers meet at 5 p.m. for a potluck supper and a preview of upcoming events and activities. VIC volunteers provide visitor information, perform stewardship projects and participate in citizen science projects. Those interested in volunteering are welcome. Bring a place setting and dish to share. RSVP Karen Potts at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (518) 327-6241.
Thursday, Feb. 27 – Armchair Traveler Lecture Series: Pedaling for Paws Bike Trip
Floyd Lampart, of Lake Clear, circumnavigated the United States on a bicycle as part of his "Pedaling for Paws" fundraiser for the Tri-Lakes Humane Society. Join him at 7 p.m. for a talk about the 11,346-mile trip. Lampart will present a slide show and answer questions about his epic journey. A portion of the nights proceeds will be donated to the Tri-Lakes Humane Society. $5/person. Free for Friends of the VIC and season-pass holders. Underwritten by the Friends of the VIC.
Daily – New Moon Art Show: Old Crows and Other Blackbirds
Check out the show before it comes down Friday, Feb. 28. Includes works by Anne Burnham, Ray Whalen, Geoff Cobb, Rebekah Wilkins-Pepiton, Michael Hart, Noreen Sadue, Linda Sauther, Arnold Sauther and others. Free.
Sunday, March 2 – New Moon Art Show: Naturally: Photographs by Burdette Parks and Paintings by Mary Woodcock Johnson
The Paul Smith's College VIC is hosting an art show in the Great Room art gallery featuring work by artist Mary Woodcock Johnson and photographer Burdette Parks. The show will be on display until Saturday, March 29. Free. Underwritten by Friends of the VIC.
Sunday, March 2 – Sunday Afternoon Live Music and Ski Series
The Sunday Afternoon Live Music and Ski Series continues with Sunday's Celtic Kitchen. 1-3 p.m.
Daily – Adopt a Sugar Maple
Support the development of maple sugaring at the VIC by adopting a tree for $50. We'll do the tapping, and you'll be investing in the education of an intern and the equipment to take loving care of the tree. You’ll also get a quart of maple syrup from the tree when it's ready (shipping not included). Adoption papers are available at the VIC front desk. Makes a great gift!
Friday, March 14 – Bunny Boot Ball
Kick up your feet for a thumping good time at the VIC! We’ll be skiing and dancing and generally having a good time from 7-10 p.m. There will be live music, provided by Crackin' Foxy, snacks, a bonfire and indoor and outdoor activities. Wear your big winter bunny boots, but bring your dancing shoes and join us for a night of music and dance. $15 per person, $25 per couple. Dress is Adirondack outdoor casual!