Star Lake, NY, January 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- A two-day winter festival held on President's weekend in the western Adirondack community of Clifton-Fine has released it’s full schedule. Main events will be underway Saturday, February 13th and Sunday, February 14th with a small, evening kickoff in Wanakena, NY on Friday, February 12th.
Admission is free, with only a handful of specialty events charging a small registration. The family-friendly celebration boasts a snowshoe hike, curling, wildlife presentations, a large fun & educational kids event with a dog sled team, a snowmobile trivia fun run, Adirondack Raptors, Noteworthy Handbell Choir and so much more. A grant from the Damoth Fund, (through the Adirondack Foundation), will help get a Winter Relay Race going as a new event Sunday morning. The Wanakena Historical Association is hosting a Winter Photography Contest, (entries due February 5th), which will open at the new Otto’s Abode in the quaint town center of Wanakena.
The Oswegatchie River winds through Clifton-Fine which sits fully in the Adirondack Park and includes Star Lake and Cranberry Lake. With plenty of outdoor trails and fifty percent of the land being public, it’s a great wilderness experience with a friendly, small-town feel. Adirondack White Out Weekend is a non-profit group under Clifton-Fine Economic Development Corp and utilizes sponsorships, donations, fundraisers and many volunteers to put on the event and keep it open without admission.
Adirondack White Out Weekend’s full schedule can be viewed & a printable version downloaded at: adkwow.webs.com. Follow updates on their Facebook page at adkwow. Utilize the contact page of our website for more information.adkwow.webs.com