Organized by Paul Smith's College Adirondack Watershed Institute, Adirondack Water Week is celebrating it's 4th year from August 4th- to August 13th.
Adirondack Water Week connects people to their community’s efforts to protect clean water.
This annual celebration seeks to highlight organizations, partners, and communities that are taking efforts to protect clean water for future generations. This year’s celebration highlights communities in the Champlain and Adirondack region that are taking efforts to protect clean water through education, outreach, volunteer projects, and community planning.
- Friday, August 4 - Fish Feeding Exhibit Tour - 1:00pm at The Wild Center
- Saturday, August 5 - Plug In: A Celebration of Electricity Festival - All Day at The Wild Center
- Sunday, August 6 - Water Around the World - 1:00pm at The Wild Center
- Monday, August 7 - Watercolor Nature Journaling - 1:00pm at The Wild Center
- Tuesday, August 8 - Sensory Canoe Trip with Adirondack Riverwalking - 1:00pm at The Wild Center
- Preregistration Required
- Wednesday, August 9 - Raccoon Goes Rafting Book Reading - 11:30am at The Wild Center
- Wednesday, August 9 - Exploring Microscopic Aquatic Life - 1pm at The Wild Center
- Thursday, August 10 - Good Morning Loon Book Reading - 12:30pm at The Wild Center
- Friday, August 11th - Fly Fishing Hands on Demo with Adirondack TrOutfitters - 10:00am-4:00pm at The Wild Center
- Saturday, August 12th - Beaverland: How One Weird Rodent Made America with Author Leila Phillip Presentation + Book Signing - 3pm at The Wild Center