THIS WEEK ON MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL EXTRA:
SPOTLIGHT: Paul Larson begins a series on Native American Artistry, with the exquisite work of Mohawk quilter Carla Hemlock. Mountain Lake PBS is producing these pieces in cooperation with the New York State Historical Association’s Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, New York. This project is also a partnership with the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.
ADIRONDACK FOLK SCHOOL: J. Scott Parker takes us to Lake Luzerne, New York, where aspiring craftspeople can learn about woodworking, Adirondack Pack-Basket Making, even storytelling. For a complete list of courses taught: http://www.adirondackfolkschool.org/
TODAY’S GARDENING: The days are getting shorter. Our gardening expert Amy Ivy checks in on her vegetable garden before autumn begins.
NATURE WALKS: For another colorful way to spend a summer day, how about a butterfly hunt? Mark Fraser gets up close and personal with butterflies for an insightful trip into the woods. http://www.naturewalkswithmark.org/
DATEBOOK: Interactive Producer Josh Clement highlights some of the region’s upcoming events and activities. www.mountainlake.org/datebook