Round Table Discussion: How is education related to economic prosperity and a sustainable quality of life for our community? What is the cradle-through-career approach? How can people get involved?
Community Forum: Panel discussion moderated by Paul Sands of WPTZ with invited panelists Garry Douglas, Victoria Zinser Duley, Scott Amo, John Bernardi, Perry Kurtz, Colin Read and John Jablonski.
Discussion of THRIVE’s long-term, community-level goals. Presentation and discussion of “baseline data.” Opportunity for Q&A from audience.
Town Hall Meeting: Panel discussion facilitated by Thom Hallock of MLPBS with invited panelists Julie Brunell, Jamie Basiliere, Scott Amo, Paul Grasso and John Jablonski. Discussion of education as one of the vital factors that will strengthen our economy and help us to sustain a quality of life in our community. Opportunities for Q&A via telephone, from live studio audience and via social media.
Join us on January 24th at the Strand Theater in Plattsburgh for the 2012 report card! Doors will open at 5:30 pm to allow everyone to take a walk around the newly restored and nearly complete Strand Theater, and the forum presentations will begin at 6:00 pm.
Great strides have been made in the arts, education, transportation and recreation in the last year. Now that we’ve got some momentum, come help us direct it! There’s a groundswell of support happening. Be part of it.
Vision2Action and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau, a division of the North Country Chamber of Commerce, as we revisit the Destination Master Plan, originally unveiled in December 2010.
We’ll share with you our successes in tourism and community development as it relates to history, agritourism and outdoor recreation.
Community leaders, industry representatives and stakeholders will help showcase our progress along withe the volunteers who are making it happen.
Learn about a new and exciting collaborative project promoting the Adirondack Coast and enjoy a reception featuring local food, cider, beer and wine. Learn more about the plan at http://clintondestinationplan.com.
RSVP at 518-563-1000 by April 8th to attend!
Come join us for running, recreation and to support a great cause! This fundraiser event will help us raise money for the Max Moore Memorial Treehouse; a universally accessible treehouse slated to be built along the Saranac River Trail. Thanks to a special ramp, this unique treehouse, perched in a tree along the Saranac River, will be accessible to people of all ages and abilities!
Join us for this unique race all along the scenic Saranac River Trail!
Register online at www.plattsburghrecreation.com
t’s that time again folks! Time to party on the beach at sunset for a great local cause in our community!!
Join us for Zumba, s’mores, a bonfire, cocktails from the tiki bar, and much more!! Stay tuned here for more details as they emerge and for now, SAVE THE DATE!!
This year, we continue to support the Max Moore Memorial Treehouse project. This will be a universally accessible treehouse built along the Saranac River Trail.
Find more information online.
Join us for a fun morning