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Jerrod Niemann at the Clayton Opera House


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Music. Country. $45/$50/$55 each (Side/Center/Premium).

After almost a decade as a major-label artist, prolific Nashville hitmaker Jerrod Niemann has put his heart on his sleeve like never before with the patriotic anthem, “Old Glory.” Describing the resolute ballad as “100 percent heart, zero percent politics,” the singer-songwriter wrote the track in honor of US Soldiers following the 2017 Tongo Tongo ambush in Niger. Also in 2017, he dug deep into his journey for critically acclaimed album This Ride – which includes the feel-good jam “I Got This,” the uplifting duet “A Little More Love” (with Lee Brice) and the classy romance of “God Made a Woman.” Jerrod toped Country charts with his Platinum-certified anthem “Drink to That all Night” in 2014. He first burst onto the scene in 2010 with his #1 smash “Lover, Lover” and “What Do You Want.”

Event Details View Jerrod Niemann at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

Sackets Porch Music Festival


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Musicians play around the village at various locations through the day.

Event Details View Sackets Porch Music Festival Event Page

International Coastal Cleanup Day at the Minna Anthony Nature Center


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This year the Thousand Islands Land Trust (TILT), Save the River, (STR), and the Nature Center are teaming up to clean up our St. Laurence River shorelines! Volunteer to clean up the Park’s boat launches and shorelines along the Nature Center’s trails.
This event is also taking place at Potters Beach (Grindstone Island) with TILT from 10am-2pm. To register for this location, please call TILT at (315) 686-5345 or visit tilandtrust.org/explore/treks-camp.

Event Details View International Coastal Cleanup Day at the Minna Anthony Nature Center Event Page

Vintage & Classic Street Meet, Riverside Drive


Vintage & Classic Street Meet on the beautiful St. Lawrence River. Classic and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles line the streets of downtown Clayton. Free admission to spectators. This is a fun fall event for the whole family! Check out all our local shops & restaurants along Riverside Drive & stop by the Farmer’s Market at Frink Park!

Event Details View Vintage & Classic Street Meet, Riverside Drive Event Page

Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest


The Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce proudly presents their annual Oktoberfest Celebration. Featuring the Enzian Bavarian Band and Dancers, NY State Wineries and Breweries, kids section and Farmer’s Market. Held under the circus tent on the Village Green in downtown Cape Vincent. A great way to put an exclamation point on the season in beautiful downtown Cape Vincent!

Featuring German Music, Dancers, Food, Beer & Wine in Downtown Cape Vincent, New York

**We discourage pet owners from bringing their pets because it gets very crowded (much like a packed bar) and very loud. It would be a stressful environment for pets.**

 

Event Details View Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest Event Page

River bRat at the Clayton Opera House


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River bRat: Growing up Wild in 1950’s – 1960’s Clayton, NY- Readings, Q & A, and a book signing from Kenny & Melody Brabant (authors). Tickets are $5 each or a non-perishable food item.

Kenny Brabant is a true river rat, having lived his life in, on, and of the St. Lawrence River for the entirety of his 67 years, except for 3 years in military service. In River bRat, Kenny shares memories of his “Huck Finn” childhood in the village of Clayton, NY and his continuing teen adventures growing up on Grindstone Island and the St. Lawrence River.

Kenny decided to write this book because the life he lived and those times he remembers so fondly are a thing of the past now, and he wants others to remember or perhaps glimpse through his stories, the unstructured fun of those days.

Event Details View River bRat at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

CSFL 1000 Islands Cup Gananoque Ontario


The first annual 1000 Islands Cup has teamed up with 1000 Islands Tourism and the Town of Gananoque and will be hosting the event on the St. Lawrence River out of Gananoque, Ontario! Come see the pros as they fish the River for record breaking bass – no admission fees for spectators!
Blast Off: 7:00 am each day
Weigh In: 3:00 pm each day
Registration:
$760 + HST per team
Register for this event today!
Methods of registration:
Call: 905-640-2277
Submit a completed registration form (found on www.csfl.ca) by
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 905-640-2278
Mail: 215 Loretta Crescent, Stouffville, ON L4A 1H4
QUESTIONS? Call our team today at 905-640-2277
To learn more about the CSFL please visit www.csfl.ca
Good luck and see you on the water!

Event Details View CSFL 1000 Islands Cup Gananoque Ontario Event Page

Jeff Rogers Sunset Dinner Cruise at Kingston Island Cruises


Jeff Rogers is a piano-playing, soul-singing songwriter from Ottawa, Canada. His set list spans Blues, Pop, R&B and Soul with influences like Stevie Wonder, B.B. King, and Ray Charles. Sail aboard our glass-topped catamaran, the Island Star, on 3h Sunset Dinner Cruise with three-course meal and Captain’s choice route along Kingston’s waterfront.

Tuesday Nights, Captain’s Choice RouteSail along Kingston’s historic waterfront basking in the warm glow of the setting sun. Your Captain will position the vessel for the best view of sunset in the harbour.

Aboard our dining ship the Island Star, you are treated to a three-course meal with a choice of entree, prepared fresh onboard and served to your table. It’s dinner and a show – with live musical entertainment.

Optional Sunset Dinner Cruise with Premium Table: Includes a guaranteed window table and a gourmet charcuterie board appetizer. To select this option choose the ‘Sunset Dinner Cruise with Premium Table’ ticket type.

Event Details View Jeff Rogers Sunset Dinner Cruise at Kingston Island Cruises Event Page

Fall Equinox Walking Meditation


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Join TILT at the Otter Creek Preserve and Nature Trail for a “De-Stress in Nature” workshop – a walking meditation session to bring yourself mindfully into the present moment with instructor BJ Mosher of Kirpalu Wellness Center. Participants will be led in a walking meditation, ending with quiet contemplation.

 

To register, please sign up here, call 315-686-5345, or email [email protected]

Event Details View Fall Equinox Walking Meditation Event Page

1000 Islands Cruise & Pump-Gan Fest Gananoque Ontario


For car lovers, the Lions Club 1000 Islands Cruise In & Pump-Gan-Fest zooms back into town on September 24th & 25th. Area farms are open with pumpkin patches, donkey or alpaca meet & greets and delicious, local produce and fresh goodies.

FOOD VENDORS MUSIC GAMES FACE PAINTING LIONS CLUB BBQ!
Admission is FREE!!!!!

Event Details View 1000 Islands Cruise & Pump-Gan Fest Gananoque Ontario Event Page

Thousand Island Museum Book Signing With Several Local Authors


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Come and meet the local authors of the 1000 Islands.

Purchase a book, meet the author and get it signed.

Event Details View Thousand Island Museum Book Signing With Several Local Authors Event Page

1812 Living History Weekend – Glengarry Pioneer Museum


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Travel Back in time with us the weekend of September 25-26th from (10am – 4pm) for our annual War of 1812 Re-enactment. You will get glimpses of early life in Upper Canada as our buildings and site become animated with costumed interpreters and reenactors. Fun for the whole family. Come interact (from a safe distance) with members of the local Glengarry Light Infantry Fencibles re-enacting group and other re-enactors. The weekend will feature various heritage trade demonstrations as well as local artisan vendors.

Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic, as no food will be available for purchase on-site. To reduce traffic at entrances, we are encouraging guests to purchase their tickets online, which will be available shortly. Cash, debit and credit will still be accepted at the gates. We can’t wait to see you in September!

Masks must be worn when social distancing cannot be maintained such as in lines, around demonstrations and inside buildings. There will be increased sanitary measures in place.

Event Details View 1812 Living History Weekend – Glengarry Pioneer Museum Event Page

History Happens Here! Super Saturdays: Discover the War of 1812


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Visit with our volunteer re-enactors as they demonstrate military and civilian life of 200 years ago.

Saturdays May 29, June 12, July 3, July 24, Sept. 4, and Sept. 25

Event Details View History Happens Here! Super Saturdays: Discover the War of 1812 Event Page

NYS License -Free Fishing Day


Ideas for Free Fishing Days

  • Try fishing for the first time.
  • Haven’t fished in a while? Remember the joy of catching a fish again for free!
  • Become an ambassador to the sport; take a friend fishing for the first time.
  • Invite a friend to New York to fish.
  • Take a spouse or significant other fishing.
  • Take the family fishing…and don’t forget the grandparents!

Event Details View NYS License -Free Fishing Day Event Page

American Rock Band ZZ Top


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To purchase tickets visit DPAO.ORG or call DPAO at 315-782-0044.

 General Admission Tickets Only will be available at your local Kinney Drugs Store locations.

 Per New York State Guidelines issued on June 15, 2021, DPAO’s Events are open to all patrons.  Proof of a COVID – 19 vaccination or a negative COVID – 19 test will not be required.  Those who have not been vaccinated are required to wear a face mask at all times.  Children 12 and under, who are not eligible to receive the COVID – 19 vaccine, must also wear a face mask at all times.

 Please keep in mind that these regulations could change quickly so check back to our Web Site … DPAO.ORG … for any updates. 

 For New York State Guidelines, please visit www.ny.gov

Event Details View American Rock Band ZZ Top Event Page

Cliff Edwards Band Sunset Dinner Cruise at Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises


Join the Cliff Edwards Band for a celebration of the music of the three ‘”Jimmys” with Jamie Campbell performing James Taylor, Cliff Edwards performing John Denver and Jeff Callery for Jimmy Buffet with help from Ken Hall on keyboards. Sail aboard our glass-topped catamaran, the Island Star, on 3h Sunset Dinner Cruise with three-course meal and Captain’s choice route along Kingston’s waterfront. “On the Road Again” music of Willie Nelson & Dolly Parton.

Tuesday Nights, Captain’s Choice RouteSail along Kingston’s historic waterfront basking in the warm glow of the setting sun. Your Captain will position the vessel for the best view of sunset in the harbour.

Aboard our dining ship the Island Star, you are treated to a three-course meal with a choice of entree, prepared fresh onboard and served to your table. It’s dinner and a show – with live musical entertainment.

Optional Sunset Dinner Cruise with Premium Table: Includes a guaranteed window table and a gourmet charcuterie board appetizer. To select this option choose the ‘Sunset Dinner Cruise with Premium Table’ ticket type.

Event Details View Cliff Edwards Band Sunset Dinner Cruise at Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises Event Page

Wild Wednesdays: Utterly Otters


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Get WILD with TILT’s free afterschool program featuring outdoor adventures, games, crafts, and more! This month we are exploring river otters. We’ll read a special book, Little Otter Learns to Swim by Artie Knapp and try to spot these playful furry friends while we take a short hike to the Otter Creek Preserve Nature Trail overlook! Each child will receive a copy of the book to take home thanks to a generous donation from our friends at the Eagle Shoppe in Clayton.

Event Details View Wild Wednesdays: Utterly Otters Event Page

2021 ABM & ACBS Symposium


The ABM-ACBS Symposium is a weekend-long workshop on antique and classic boat ownership, restoration and research. Each year participants and presenters team up on new or continuing projects to improve upon existing knowledge or gain new skills ranging from mechanical maintenance and repairs to putting the finishing touches on varnished brightwork. In 2021, ABM and ACBS are proud and excited to connect attendees with local and nationally renowned workmen and –women, to share exciting updates from the museum’s collection and to welcome returning participants and newcomers alike to both organization’s home here in Clayton.

Event Details View 2021 ABM & ACBS Symposium Event Page

Downtown Watertown Oktoberfest


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Riverwalk Art Festival Watertown


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The Watertown Downtown Business Association is pleased to announce that the first mural for the Riverwalk Art Project is completed and will be hung in the Veteran’s Memorial Riverwalk Park at the end of September 2021. The featured mural entitled, “The Inventions of Watertown”, created by Liza LL Paige and sponsored by the Lori Gervera Keller/Williams Team is a depiction of important inventions that originated in Downtown Watertown. Inventions including the independent Steam Engine, the underground irrigation system, the safety pin, and the Paper bag. And most famous of all, Car Freshner’s ‘Little Trees’. The paint by number mural was painted by over 100 people attending famer’s markets and festivals over the summer and will be clear-coated to protect it from the weather by Davidson Car Companies.
A Celebration of the mural hanging, with an arts festival in the Riverwalk Park will be held on Saturday October 2 from 11-5 when the mural will be unveiled to the public. The festival will include music, dance, and art. Artists and artisans will be on-hand to display their work for purchase. The Downtown Art Committee is planning on making the festival an annual event to celebrate the arts in the North Country.
The Riverwalk Art Project is also creating an outdoor art gallery in Downtown Watertown. This gallery will combine the talents of professional muralists, art students from local schools and colleges, and community groups to create a gallery of murals in the Riverwalk Park. The gallery will be unique to the area because murals can’t be painted directly on the wall. The age and design prevent painting, so the murals are all painted on 4×8 panels that will be affixed to the wall. This allows the DAC to replace the murals with new art as it becomes available, especially the art from schools and colleges. All murals will be auctioned off to raise money for new art. Changing the art will attract people to the gallery to see ‘what’s new’. Students will bring their friends and families to see their work and the annual festival will continue to attract people to downtown.

 

Event Details View Riverwalk Art Festival Watertown Event Page

Oktoberfest 2021 at the Thousand Island Winery


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Live Bands, Food Trucks, Wine and Bar.  $5.00 Admission.

Event Details View Oktoberfest 2021 at the Thousand Island Winery Event Page

Truck Pull Watertown New York


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10 Person Teams, Awards given to the Top 3 Teams. Watertown Fairgrounds.

Other attractions include live music, food trucks, and a stic display area hosting large farm, military, aircraft,

and fir responder equipment. Cost ($50 per person)

The “Pulling for Northern New York” event is an exclusive United Way of Northern New York fundraiser that celebrates our 100-Year Anniversary in two locations (SUNY Canton on September 18 and Watertown Fairgrounds on October 2). The primary activity at each event consists of a truck pull competition where 10-person teams compete for the shortest time to pull a semi-truck tractor and trailer 20 yards for time. Accompanying the competition is a static display area filled with large farm equipment, US Army combat vehicles, hot cars and off road vehicles, live music and food for families to enjoy.

Additionally, there will be a 50/50 Raffle at each event!

Click HERE for the Truck Pull Competition Terms & Conditions

Click HERE for additional details on the event.

 

Event Details View Truck Pull Watertown New York Event Page

Nik and the Nice Guys at the Clayton Opera House


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Nik and the Nice Guys is an 11 piece showband featuring mainstream music supported by choreography, comedy and fun costuming. The group was formed by hockey players at St. Lawrence University, including NHL coach Mike Keenan, and went on to perform for NFL corporate customers at 21 different Super Bowls.

Enjoy the Nik rock and roll party show at Clayton Opera House Sat Oct 2, 2021

$25/$30/$35 (General Admission Standing/Side Balcony/Center Balcony)

**Tickets are currently only on sale to patrons. Please call the box office (315-686-2200) to purchase. Tickets will go on sale to the public August 31, 2021.

Event Details View Nik and the Nice Guys at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

Fall Foliage Hike with Hearts For Youth Inc.


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Experience the serenity of fall in the 1000 Islands at our Fall Foliage Hike on Sunday, October 3rd at our Crooked Creek Preserve and Macsherry Trail. Gather at the Macsherry Trail parking area at 1 pm to join TILT and Hearts For Youth Inc in this magical guided hike. Embark on the perfect family outing along the trail with unique views of the changing trees and learn how to identify trees by their falling leaves.

This hike will finish with hot beverages and snacks to warm the body and soul in the crisp autumn air.

Register by emailing [email protected], by calling the TILT office at 315-686-5345, or by signing up here.

REGISTER NOW

Event Details View Fall Foliage Hike with Hearts For Youth Inc. Event Page

Serving Elizabeth


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Mercy, a Kenyan independence activist, is asked to cook for the visiting princess Elizabeth, who turns out to have a few surprises of her own. Sixty years later, the making of a TV series about the royal family causes more than a few culture clashes for a young Kenyan-Canadian production intern. A fresh, funny, and smart new play about colonialism, monarchy, and who is serving whom.

Event Details View Serving Elizabeth Event Page

Mayhem Poets at the Clayton Opera House


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Poetry Slam. $20/$25/$30 each (Side/Center/Premium). Sponsored by Cross Island Farms and this project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and administered by the St. Lawrence County Arts Council.

“Let’s go see a poetry show.” That is a sentence rarely proclaimed and usually responded to with cringes and excuses. The Mayhem Poets are on a mission to change that. Having been dubbed “an amazing ride” by the New York Times, this mind-boggling performance has been described as “The Simpsons meets Malcolm X at a Notorious B.I.G. concert.” These theatre-trained, comedically-gifted, lyrical virtuosos seamlessly blend raw elements of hip hop, theatre, improv and stand-up comedy to tell gut wrenching truths that leave audiences forever changed.

The Mayhem Poet’s unique approach to spoken word has landed them feature spots on The Today Show and Eyewitness News, after winning 1st place and a grant for 100K in the Microsoft Idea Wins Challenge in 2006. Since then they’ve been touring internationally from legendary venues like Lincoln Center, the Apollo Theatre and Broadway’s New Victory Theatre; to hundreds of universities, local schools of all grades, as well as group homes and correctional facilities.

Event Details View Mayhem Poets at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

Fall Fun Story Walk – “The Roll Away Pumpkin” – NYS Path through History Day


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43rd Annual Autumn Festival at the Minna Nature Center


Join us for a day of family fun!
This year, we’re featuring brand new attractions like pony rides and a petting zoo – but we’ll still have the popular scarecrow building contest and Westy’s Live Birds of Prey. Don’t miss out on demonstrations by local artisans and the K-9 Police Unit! We’ll have games, food, live music and a 50/50 Raffle to enjoy! We’ll see you there!
CASH ONLY
Admission prices:
Children (12 & under): $1 or FREE with donation of non-perishable food to benefit local food pantries
Adults: $3
Seniors (65+) & Military: $2

Event Details View 43rd Annual Autumn Festival at the Minna Nature Center Event Page

Mini-Oktoberfest Swan Bay Resort


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What better way to celebrate Fall than with Oktoberfest celebrations?! 🍻
Dust off your dirndl & lederhosen because it’s time for beer, pretzels, prizes & so much more!
Check back in soon for more details 😀
Open to Guests & the Community to attend!

Event Details View Mini-Oktoberfest Swan Bay Resort Event Page

Harvest Festival Artist Craft Show – Sackets Harbor Art Center


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Every year, our members set up booths to sell their artwork for Harvest Festival. This is the end of the season at Sackets Harbor Arts Center, so grab some friends and support some local artists while you get your Christmas shopping started!
Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10, hours 10am to 4pm.
For more information, please find us at www.aanny.org

Event Details View Harvest Festival Artist Craft Show – Sackets Harbor Art Center Event Page

Clayton Community Band at the Clayton Opera House


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Punkin’ Chunkin’ Contest, Riverside Drive.


Come and watch local teams of adults and kids will compete to see who can catapult a pumpkin the farthest into the St. Lawrence River. The home-built trebuchets will be set up in downtown Clayton. There will also be a Chicken BBQ contest, wood carving, bounce house, live music and vendors lining the street in front of Frink Park and inside the Clayton Opera House! Free fun for the whole family!

Event Details View Punkin’ Chunkin’ Contest, Riverside Drive. Event Page

Fall Yoga at Otter Creek Preserve


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Fall into fall with an energizing yoga session outdoors!

Enjoy the scenic vistas of our Otter Creek Preserve with TILT and River Yoga instructor, Liz Price-Kellogg, during a fun and challenging yoga class surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Spaces are limited so sign up early.

Please register to  by emailing [email protected], by calling the TILT office at 315-686-5345, or by signing here.

Event Details View Fall Yoga at Otter Creek Preserve Event Page

Tom Rush at the Clayton Opera House


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Music. Folk. Tom Rush accompanied by Matt Nakoa. $30/$35/$40 each (Side/Center/Premium). Sponsored by Allan Newell.

Now celebrating 52+ years of touring, Tom has been thrilling audiences here and abroad with hits like No Regrets, Circle Game, Remember Song, Urge for Going and Merrimack County.

Tom Rush’s impact on the American music scene has been profound. He helped shape the folk revival in the ‘60s and the renaissance of the ‘80s and ‘90s, his music having left its stamp on generations of artists. James Taylor, Emmylou Harris, Tom Petty and Garth Brooks have cited Tom as a major influence. His early recordings introduced the world to the work of Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and James Taylor. Subsequently, his Club 47 concerts brought attention to artists such as Nanci Griffith and Shawn Colvin.

As vital and engaging as ever, Tom is still doing what audiences love him for: writing and playing….passionately, tenderly…knitting together the musical traditions and talents of our times. He’s celebrating a YouTube hit, The Remember Song, for his generation that’s gone viral with over 7 million views. Currently Tom tours as a duo show, accompanied by up and coming Singer/Songwriter Matt Nakoa, continuing to captivate his sell out audiences of loyal fans.

Matt Nakoa is an internationally touring singer/songwriter, recently appearing at The Whit House, throughout India, and regularly with folk icon Tom Rush. Across the board, his songcraft has garnered awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival’s prestigious New Folk Competition and as “Most Requested” at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Though not easily pinned down, “In sum,” as a recent review put it, “Matt Nakoa is musically adept, one of those well-kept secrets you just can’t help but celebrate: intimate and genuine, soulful and bittersweet, a rich poetic songbook sung in praise to a complicated, emotionally present world.”

“On the ivories, (think of) a hot-handed phenom who can go from Chopin to beer-drenched honkytonk in one set…On guitar, a Jack Johnson-esque singer-songwriter…between his piano chips, charismatic stage presence, and heartfelt originals on guitar…he drops jaws.”

Event Details View Tom Rush at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

5th Annual Trunk or Treat Swan Bay Resort


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Welcome to Swan Bay’s 5th Annual Trunk or Treat 🎃 for the Community!
Trick-Or-Treat through the Park! Hop onto a haunted hay ride, make crafts, sip on mulled wine at the Tiki Bar or Apple Cider & Donuts provided by Price Chopper.
Check back in soon for Event details 😀
Join us!
🤖 Camp with us the 23rd & receive your 2nd night free – so long as you hand out candy! 🍬
🤖 Set up your car & dress up your trunk on one of our sites for free to hand out candy! Call (315) 482-7926 to Register!
**Sites are booking up FAST this year**

Event Details View 5th Annual Trunk or Treat Swan Bay Resort Event Page

26th Annual Weaving Conference “Virtual”


With the safety and well-being of our attendees and presenters in mind, the Weaving History Conference will be held entirely online this year and we are currently seeking presenters! Anyone interested in submitting a proposal should please take a look at our website via the link below. See our website for details: https://tiartscenter.org/whc.php

 

Event Details View 26th Annual Weaving Conference “Virtual” Event Page

Wild Wednesdays: Halloween Scavenger Hunt


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Get WILD with TILT’s free afterschool program featuring outdoor adventures, games, crafts, and more! This month we are This month we are celebrating autumn with a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt.Wear your costume as you walk the Otter Creek Preserve Nature Trail  searching for clues…and treats!

Event Details View Wild Wednesdays: Halloween Scavenger Hunt Event Page

JCC Craft Fair


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Admission is $2 to benefit Jefferson Community College Women’s Organization. This year it’s only in the gym and we’ll be following any Covid guidelines that may be in place at that point in time.

Event Details View JCC Craft Fair Event Page

Alexandria Bay Halloween Festival


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Location: Downtown Alexandria Bay

Join us for crafts, trick or treating with the local businesses and ghost tours!

Don’t miss the children’s costume contest at the Scenic View Park Pavilion.

It is a FREE Spooktacular time for all ages!

The main event is hosted at the Scenic View Park Pavilion.

Event Details View Alexandria Bay Halloween Festival Event Page

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Clayton Opera House


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**Doors open at 6pm
-Remember your first time? It began as a little-known experimental London stage production, bombed in movie theaters when initially released in 1975 and went on to become a massive underground hit and international pop culture phenomenon. Now the longest running film in history, this rock and roll classic comes to the Clayton Opera House for the first time. Come to the Time Warp with us!
-APPROVED PROPS:
Paper confetti only, playing cards, newspapers, toilet paper, water pistols, rubber gloves, flashlight, party hats, noisemakers, bell, toast*, rice*
-*toast and rice are acceptable in limited quantities. No throwing objects of any kind at the screen.
-NOT APPROVED:
Candles, lighters, silly string, glitter, open flames of any kind.

 

Event Details View The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

The Thousand Islands Playhouse Presents: Miss Caledonia


It’s 1955, and Peggy Ann Douglas is hitching her wagon to the pageant circuit in the hope it’ll steer her from her farm to the bright lights of a Hollywood movie set. A play packed with baton twirling, big laughs, and some fantastic fiddle playing. This is a play for anyone who knows what it’s like to dream big and hustle to make it happen.

In-person Performances: Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays at 7:30pm | Wednesdays & Saturdays at 2pm & 7:30pm | Sundays at 2pm
Streamed performances: November 12 at 7:30pm, November 17 at 2pm, November 23 at 7:30pm, November 27 at 2pm

Tickets can be purchased: here

Event at The Fire Hall Theatre

Event Details View The Thousand Islands Playhouse Presents: Miss Caledonia Event Page

NYS License Free Fishing Day


Ideas for Free Fishing Days

  • Try fishing for the first time.
  • Haven’t fished in a while? Remember the joy of catching a fish again for free!
  • Become an ambassador to the sport; take a friend fishing for the first time.
  • Invite a friend to New York to fish.
  • Take a spouse or significant other fishing.
  • Take the family fishing…and don’t forget the grandparents!

Event Details View NYS License Free Fishing Day Event Page

Thousand Islands Museum Fesitval of the Trees


Stop in to the museum this week to see all the trees on display! Beautiful themed

trees, come and vote on the trees, and visit our memory tree.

Event Details View Thousand Islands Museum Fesitval of the Trees Event Page

Sackets Unchained – Sackets Harbor


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An annual event offering discounts at our local stores.  A kick off to the year’s holiday

An annual day to shop your Sackets Harbor local stores and skip the big box “chain stores.” Enjoy holiday open houses, the popular paper chain of discounts, refreshments, craft and artist vendors and new merchandise at many of the shops and galleries in downtown Sackets Harbor

Event Details View Sackets Unchained – Sackets Harbor Event Page

Annie in the Water at the Clayton Opera House


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Tickets go on sale to the public, Tuesday August 31st at 11:00 am.

-Annie in the Water- “High energy jams, mixed with funky tones, but chill when you need”. Tickets are $20/$25/$35 (General Admission/Side Balcony/Center Balcony)

-Tickets are currently ONLY on sale to Clayton Opera House patrons but will be available to the public on August 31st @ 11am. If you would like to become a patron and get first dibs at our best seats, call the box office at 315-686-2200.
-General admission tickets will be in the performance hall with standing room only and a cash bar. Seating is available in the balcony.
-Annie in the Water is the feeling of driving down mountain roads with longtime friends. As the sun rises in the rearview, an unwritten story awaits on the road ahead.
Comprised of members Brad Hester (Lead Vocals/Rhythm), Michael Lashomb (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Ryan Trumbull (Drums/Vocals), Chris Meier (Bass/Vocals), Matt Richards (Keys/Vocals) and Brock Kuca (Percussion/Vocals), each performance is another adventure; exhilarating and everlasting.

 

Event Details View Annie in the Water at the Clayton Opera House Event Page

Sackets Harbor “Small Business Saturday”


Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities.
Please join the us and organizations across the country in supporting your local small business by shopping at a small business.

When you support small businesses, you celebrate the places that add flavor to the community.
When you support small businesses, you support the farmers, makers, growers, and artisans from which they source their goods.
Shop Small every day to make a difference in your community.

Supporting small business means supporting your community and the people that make it special. Don’t forget to #ShopSmall every day. 

Event Details View Sackets Harbor “Small Business Saturday” Event Page

Clayton Community Band at the Clayton Opera House


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Alexandria Bay Christmas Tree Lighting


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Location: Upper St. James Dock, Alexandria Bay

The Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce will host its Seventh Annual Christmas Tree Lighting.

Event Details View Alexandria Bay Christmas Tree Lighting Event Page

Thousand Island Museum Juried Craft Show


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Annual Juried Craft Show. This years event will be held at the Clayton Municipal Building on Saturday December 4, 2021.

Come and shop with us.

Interested Crafters should contact [email protected] or call 315-686-5794. Please be prepared to submit photos of the items you would be offering.

Event Details View Thousand Island Museum Juried Craft Show Event Page

“Christmas In Clayton” & 59th Annual Christmas Parade & Fireworks.


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The parade begins at 6pm & a fireworks display will take place almost immediately following. For more information or to enter the parade please contact Alex at the Clayton Chamber of Commerce.

Event Details View “Christmas In Clayton” & 59th Annual Christmas Parade & Fireworks. Event Page

“Light Up the Town” Christmas Lights Contest & Self-Guided Tour


“Light Up the Town” will be a self-guided tour and contest of light decorations at homes and businesses throughout the Town of Clayton, NY. Residents and businesses are encouraged to decorate their properties with creative Christmas light displays whether they are large or small.
The contest will be limited to the Town of Clayton and prizes for first, second and third place will be awarded. Judging will be based on “curb appeal” as viewed from the street. Official entries will be included on a map posted online December 1st at www.lightupclayton.com.

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“Whooville In The Harbor” Sackets Harbor


A weekend of fun when Sackets Harbor turns into Whooville.  Fun, games,music, activities and food.

Join us for our annual Whoobalation this year in Historic Sackets Harbor, NY. A special holiday festival for families to enjoy!

More details to follow:

Sackets Harbor Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 17
Sackets Harbor, NY 13685
(315) 646-1700 (phone)

[email protected]

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Alan Doyle – Pop/Rock


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Tickets are $20/$30/$40 (Side/Center/Premium) and are ONLY available by calling the box office: 315-686-2200

***Tickets are currently only on sale to Clayton Opera House patrons but will be available to the public on July 6th. To get first dibs at our best seats, become a patron today by calling the box office 315-686-2200.

Anyone who’s been observing keenly or casually over the last three decades will know Alan Doyle shifts his musical emphasis with natural ease while remaining true to the traditions of the place and people which form his artistic foundations.

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Celtic Angels at the Clayton Opera House


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Tickets are currently on sale ONLY to Clayton Opera House patrons. Not a patron and would like to get first dibs at our best seats? Become a patron today by calling the box office! (315) 686-2200

Through their shared zeal and passion for Ireland’s musical traditions, this troupe enables their audiences to experience the Real Ireland. Celebrating their cherished heritage through Irish dance, music and song is something these entertainers take very seriously. You’ll be enthralled from the moment the lights dim as the sweet and stirring songs of Ireland, rigorously precise dances and traditional musicianship carry you to Ireland on wings of music. The Celtic Angels are joined by the Celtic Knight Dancers, featuring two former lead dancers of Riverdance and The Trinity Band Ensemble of Dublin.

Tickets are $30/$35/$40 (Side/Center/Premium)

Tickets will go on sale to the public on 8/17. For more information, go to our website or call the box office.

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The Trews at the Clayton Opera House


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The achievements of rock ‘n’ roll heavyweights The Trews are many and mighty, highlighted by multiple radio hits drawn from seven critically acclaimed studio albums plus several EPs, a pair of live records, and a retrospective.

Among the most prolific, electrifying, and innovative bands on the planet, The Trews — singer/guitarist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek, drummer Chris Gormley, and keyboardist Jeff Heisholt — have shared stages with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Weezer, Bruce Springsteen to Rich Robinson, the latter collaboration culminating in three blazing tracks on the band’s latest, The Wanderer, cut in Nashville with the onetime Black Crowes guitarist. Amid the global pandemic, which halted both the Nashville sessions and tour plans for 2018’s epic Civilianaires album, The Trews completed The Wanderer at home in Canada with producers Derek Hoffman and Eric Ratz, emerging with their fiercest and most accomplished set of songs to date, and a heck of backstory to boot.

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