Tag: New Lebanon NY

New Lebanon Residents Can Help Select New Town Slogan

The town of New Lebanon, NY, is asking residents to help select the new town slogan. Over the summer, there was an open submission that invited everyone to submit a slogan idea. Those slogans have been narrowed down to 6 suggestions and it’s time for residents to select their favorite.

The slogans are:

  1. Historic Past, Bright Future
  2. Historically Natural
  3. Moving and Shaking Since 1784
  4. Start Your History Here
  5. The Heart of Shaker Country
  6. The Place Just Right

Voting is open until October 5, 2021, and there are four ways to vote:

Online at https://tinyurl.com/voteNLslogans

By emailing your favorite to newlebslogans2021@gmail.com

By calling 794-8889 and leaving a message w/ your name, address and top choice

In person at Town Hall

Voting is restricted to New Lebanon residents and you will need to submit your address with your vote.

The Business Economic Development group hopes to announce the winner at the October meeting.

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Shaker Museum Snowshoe Adventure at Mount Lebanon, Feb 20

Shaker Museum is hosting a Snowshoe Adventure at the historic Mount Lebanon site in New Lebanon, on Saturday, February 20th. 

Snowshoes will be provided and the adventure starts at the Great Stone Barn. Participants will be free to explore the North Pasture and hiking trails at their leisure; the grounds offer ample space on which to spread out in a unique landscape. Masks will be required for snowshoe fittings, and social distancing guidelines will be followed.

This is entirely an outdoor event. Please note that bathroom facilities are not available. Snowshoe sizes range from Adult Small to Adult Large. In addition to purchasing the ticket, participants are asked to please complete the ​waiver and shoe size questionnaire​. If conditions do not allow for snowshoeing on the scheduled date the event will be cancelled, and all participants will receive full refunds.

DATE/TIMESaturday, February 20, 2021 / 10AM to 12PM

ADMISSION: Open to the Public. Tickets are free for Shaker Museum members. $15 for non-members.  Available through the ​museum’s website​.

LOCATIONShaker Museum/Mount Lebanon
202 Shaker Road
New Lebanon, NY

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Scenic Sunday

This week, looking at The Berkshires from New Lebanon.

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Shaker Museum: Cherry Candlestand Woodworking Workshop, Aug 22

Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon presents Cherry Candlestand Woodworking Workshop with Peter Forward on Saturday, August 22.
Join Peter Forward and make your own cherry candlestand, inspired by Shaker objects in the collection.

Peter Forward specializes in building fine furniture and especially enjoys traditional styles. He also creates craft items inspired by the collection of the Shaker Museum, including oval boxes and other Shaker reproductions.

The workshop will be led in a socially distant manner to ensure everyone’s safety. All materials will be supplied.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, August 22, 2020 / 9am – 1pm

TICKETS: $250 ($225 for members) 
Space is limited. Reserve in advance at Eventbrite.com

LOCATION: Shaker Museum/Mount Lebanon
202 Shaker Road
New Lebanon, NY 12125

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instagram.com/shakermuseum

 

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Scenic Sunday

This week, the view from the top of the tower at Beebe Hill State Forest.

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