On Saturday, June 29 at 6 p.m., the Plattsburgh Public Library will host a free showing of the movie “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Movie nights have come and gone at the library as a refelction of attendance rates at the events.
The empty lot behind Jane Desotelle’s mother’s house on Riley Avenue looked like an overgrown wasteland. But where some saw a tangled mess of foliage, Desotelle saw life.
On Saturday, Plattsburgh’s inaugural First Weekend transformed downtown into a different kind of place.
Since 1982, the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute has hosted a free open-house to fifth-grade students throughout the region called Farm Days for fifth graders.
Rose Letourneau doesn’t think people in Rouses Point should have to drive to Plattsburgh to buy a pair of socks. Letourneau also thinks those same people should have access to affordable, fashionable clothing.
The walls in the ROTA Gallery are always adorned with artwork, but on Friday, May 31, the space was nothing short of a spectacle.
On Saturday, June 1, dozens of people released 132 monarch butterflies in Melissa Penfield Park in Plattsburgh to celebrate spring, happiness, and the delicate balance between life and death.
On Saturday, June 8, Knicks City Dancer Amanda Eve will host two dance clinics at Center Stage Plattsburgh.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited Plattsburgh State University College on Thursday, May 30 to tout his new “Tax Free NY” program.
Gioiosa’s Wine and Spirits, Inc. has expanded once again.