Host Andrea Pedrick interviews three women. Erin Bassney a junior at Clarkson University, Melissa Guardaro represents AAUW at the United Nations as the NYS international chairperson & Heather White, a teacher from Watertown.
Kids will discover some of the activities and events available at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site in Sackets Harbor, New York, where the Battle of Sackets Harbor took place on May 29, 1813, during the War of 1812. Kids will find much to do and see at the Battlefield hands on activities, arts and crafts, picnics and tea parties, and walking trails.
Through touching stories, families discuss the loss of loved ones to drunk driving and the impact the loss has had on their lives, during a Victims Impact Panel sponsored by the Watertown Urban Mission. Law enforcement the consequences of a DWI arrest.
A classic historical and nostalgic portrayal of the men who were lumberjacks in the Adirondacks and Tug Hill during the 1930s and 1940s as filmed by Reverend Frank Reed.
A Military Tale of the War of 1812
The River Rat Rhythm Project Steel Drum Band is a community group made up of nearly 50 members who range in age from 6 to 70. These students and adults come from all over the North Country of New York to bring the distinctive Caribbean sound of the steel drum to Northern New York. RRRP plays traditional island tunes and contemporary arrangements for steel band.
The North Country of New York is home to several colleges and universities. At Clarkson University, experiential learning, research, and enterprise come together to create commercial opportunities and social enterprise. Discover how and why colleges and universities have become important economic drivers in our community.
The Raquette River Winter Experience is a documentary that takes a look into the various activities provided by the towns along the Raquette River during the winter months. It is an insight into the imaginations of not only the people who live in these areas but, also, the outdoor adventures one can take advantage of during the snow covered seasons of Northern New York along the Raquette River.
The Thousand Islands Bridge system extends from Collins Landing near Alexandria Bay, New York to Ivy Lea near Gananoque, Ontario covering a distance of 8.5 miles and provides direct connection between US Interstate Rt. 81 and Canada s Highway 401. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held at Collins Landing, New York, on April 30, 1937, with several thousand people on hand for this eventful occasion.
Wilson Bickford, artist and art educator, has perfected the art of the wet on wet technique. In this instructional art program, Wilson teaches practical and useful painting techniques that make learning easy and achieve fantastic results.
A look back at three major Northern New York storms and how they impacted life in the north country. From widespread power outages and downed utility poles, to trees toppled as though they were toothpicks, to 66 inches of snow over a three-day period. We revisit the Ice Storm of 1998, the Microburst of 1995, and the Blizzard of 1977.
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