FREDERIC REMINGTON ART MUSEUM, dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, preserving and interpreting the art and archives of Frederic Remington. 303 Washington St., Ogdensburg. Hours: Oct. 16 through May 14, Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.; May 15 through Oct. 15, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.; info: 393-2425, www.fredericremington.org
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, Silas Wright House/Museum, 3 E. Main St., Canton; permanent and rotating exhibits; museum and its archives are open from noon-4 p.m. Tues.-Sat., Fri. until 8. Museum admission is free; archives admission $5, $2.50 for students. Info: 386-8133, slcha.org
ST. LAWRENCE POWER & EQUIPMENT MUSEUM, 1755 State Highway, Madrid. Preserving the history of how people in the North Country lived and how new technologies helped shape their lives. Regular exhibits open 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10 am to 2 pm, June through October or by appointment. Groups welcome. Info: 322-8956, www.slpowermuseum.com.
HAWKINS POINT VISITORS CENTER, free, operated by New York Power Authority, state-of-the-art exhibits and panoramic views of St. Lawrence River and NYPA's St. Lawrence-FDR Power Project, interactive displays and hands-on learning about energy, electricity and the North Country, Barnhart Island, Massena. Info: 764-0226, ext. 302; summer hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily; winter hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, closed weekends, www.nypa.gov/vc/stlaw.htm
POTSDAM PUBLIC MUSEUM, Civic Center, 2 Park Street. Info: 265-6910, www.potsdampublicmuseum.org, permanent and featured exhibits on local history and decorative arts. Open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wed.-Sat. Admission free.
THE TAUNY CENTER, (Traditional Arts in Upstate New York), a non-profit membership organization dedicated to documenting and presenting traditional culture and folk life of Northern New York, permanent and changing exhibits, workshops and demonstrations. 53 Main St., Canton, 386-4289, www.TAUNY.org
RICHARD F. BRUSH GALLERY, St. Lawrence University, Canton. Info: 229-5174. Programs of rotating exhibitions during the academic year, representing regional, national and international artists in a variety of media. Also oversees the university's permanent collection -- strengths in 20th century American photography, prints, portfolios and artists' books. Individuals and school groups are welcome for guided tours of exhibitions, during academic year open Monday-Thursday noon to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday noon to 5 p.m., free admission, www.stlawu.edu/gallery
ROLAND GIBSON GALLERY, SUNY Potsdam, Art museum with collection and exhibitions of 20th century and contemporary art. 267-3290, 267-2245, Mon. & Fri.: Noon - 5 p.m., Tues. - Thurs.: Noon - 7 p.m., Sat.: Noon - 4 p.m. and by appointment; closed during school recesses and between exhibits. http://www.potsdam.edu/gibson
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY ART COUNCIL, 51 Market St., Potsdam. A not-for-profit organization of artists, educators, arts organizations, businesses and community members that works to promote the arts in St. Lawrence County through networking and referral services. 265-6860, Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Satuday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., www.slcartscouncil.org
MASSENA MUSEUM, 200 E. Orvis St.,Massena, 769-8571,massenaworks.com/museum/index.html, exhibits include general store, doctor's office, early street lights, musical instruments and others; open Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
AKWESASNE CULTURAL CENTER, 321 Rt. 37, Hogansburg, on the St. Regis Indian Reservation. Historical & contemporary Mohawk artifacts, utilitarian & fancy ash splint & sweetgrass baskets, traditional crafts; info: 518-358-2461. www.akwesasneculturalcenter.org/museum
GOUVERNEUR MUSEUM, 30 Church St., 287-0570,www.gouverneurmuseum.org. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1 to 3 p.m., free admission. Museum houses artifacts scrapbooks, and mineral specimens from the Gouverneur area.
SUSAN C. LYMAN HISTORICAL MUSEUM, 39 Main St., Norwood, Victorian-era rooms, railroad, firefighting & school memorabilia. Info: 353-2751norwoodny.org/museum.htm.
OGDENSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY, 312 Washington St., 393-4325; historical and genealogical materials relating to Ogdensburg, including Hasbrouck correspondence collection, Gen. N. M. Curtis Civil War papers; list of manuscripts available at www.ogdensburgpubliclibrary.org/node/46
CANTON TOWN & VILLAGE COLLECTION, second floor of the Canton Municipal Building, Main St., a mini-museum with town/village archives, photographs, maps/artifacts. Contact Linda Casserly, town & village historian, 386-1633, call ahead for special appointments and tours, www.cantonnewyork.us/history.
NORFOLK HISTORICAL MUSEUM, 42 1/2 West Main St., Open Tues. & Thurs. Noon to 5 p.m., 384-4575, www.norfolknymuseum.com.
OLD MEETING HOUSE MUSEUM, 696 E. DeKalb Rd., DeKalb Junction, www.dekalbnyhistorian.org Wednesdays 11 .m. - 3 p.m., Thursdays 4 to 7 p.m. and by appointment. Info: DeKalb Historical Association, 347-1900.
COLTON TOWN MUSEUM, Main St., across from the town hall, open by appointment; call 262-2524, coltonmuseum.org/more/.
HOPKINTON TOWN MUSEUM, 7 Church St., Hopkinton, Info: 328-4653, www.townofhopkinton.com/museum.htm. Information on the Adirondacks on display.
WALKER HOUSE MUSEUM, 191 County Route 31, Madrid, operated by Madrid Historical Society, info: 322-5200, www.madridhistoricalsociety.com.
PARISHVILLE MUSEUM, E. Main Street. Open by appointment. Thirteen rooms in 19th century style. Info: 265-7619, www.parishvilleny.us/museum.htm,
STOCKHOLM HISTORICAL CENTER/MUSEUM, in the Municipal Building, Winthrop. Info: 384-4764, 6 - 8 p.m., Tuesdays June - August.
MORRISTOWN GATEWAY MUSEUM, 309 Main St., 375-4910; summers until Labor Day, Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday 1 to 3 p.m., www.morristowngatewaymuseum.org/index.html.
HAMMOND MUSEUM, Main Street (NYS Hwy. 37), Hammond, 2 - 4 p.m. Wednesdays and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturdays mid-May through September, 324-5517, www.blacklakeny.com/hammondmuseum.
OGDENSBURG DIOCESE ARCHIVES, 622 Washington St., Ogdensburg; 393-2920, www.dioogdensburg.org/index.html.
PIERREPONT MUSEUM, 872 NYS Hwy. 68, open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays from Memorial Day to October.
LADIES FIRST GALLERY, Rensselaer Falls, Sally White Hartman, 344-8882, open June - Oct., Sat. and Sun 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., or by appointment. www.northnet.org/ladiesfirst.
OSWEGATCHIE RIVER HOUSE MUSEUM, Rensselaer Falls, Open June through October, Sat & Sun 10-3 or by appointment, Priscilla A.T. Hartman, (315) 344-7247, www.northnet.org/orhmas
CLARKSON UNIVERSITY CHEEL CAMPUS CENTER LOBBY, Potsdam, features periodic art displays.
MOORE MUSEUM, Main St., Waddington, 388-5967, 400 family histories and about 50 house histories available for research, in conjunction with Waddington Historial Society; also memorabilia from Waddington history and diarama that shows what happened to land during construction of St.Lawrence Seaway/Power Project. Historian may be e-mailed at email@example.com.
THE WILD CENTER, A 31-acre campus in Tupper Lake featuring live exhibits, hiking and naturalist guides. There are theaters with high definition films, hands-on nature, hundreds of live animals from rare native trout, to river otters, to turtles the size of walnuts and many other often hard-to-see residents of the woods and waters. Hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week; Labor Day to Oct. 31, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Nov. 1 to Memorial Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Closed month of April, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. For more information, call 518-359-7800 or visit their website at www.wildcenter.org
LAKE PLACID CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 17 Algonquin Dr., Lake Placid, fall and spring gallery hours Tuesday through Saturday, 1 - 5 p.m., winter hours Tuesday through Friday 10a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 1 - 5 p.m., hours may vary, free admission; North Gallery open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., located in the Adirondack Crafts Store. Info: (518) 523-2512 or www.lakeplacidarts.org
ADIRONDACK MUSEUM, Six million acres of Adirondack Park surround the museum and form the basis of the museumís exhibits and programs telling the stories of how people have lived, worked, played and traveled in the Adirondack region since the early 1800s. Twenty buildings on 32 acres of grounds and gardens, house exhibits on logging, boats and boating, mining, outdoor recreation, transportation, rustic furniture, and on-going programs and special events Blue Mountain Lake, 518-352-7311, www.adkmuseum.org, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily May 27 through Oct. 17.
HANDWEAVING MUSEUM & ART CENTER, dedicated to the preservation and promotion of traditional handcrafts through educational programs, classes, lectures, exhibits and by maintaining a library and permanent weaving collection, 314 John St., Clayton, 686-4123, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturdays, www.tiartscenter.org.
ADIRONDACK LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Blue Mountain Lake, www.adirondackarts.org, Concerts, theatre, art exhibits, workshops and classes for children and adults. Info: 518-352-7715, spring hours: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10 a.m.-4p.m., Sunday noon-4 p.m.; summer hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday noon to 4 p.m.; winter hours: Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday noon - 4 p.m.
WINTER OLYMPIC MUSEUM, 218 Main St., at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, exhibits, displays, memorabilia of the Winter Olympic Games; open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $6, $4 juniors and seniors, 518-523-1655 ext. 226, www.orda.org/newsite/togo/museum.php.
JEFFERSON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 228 Washington St., Watertown. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues.-Fri., noon-5 p.m. Saturdays from May to November, Info: 782-3491, jeffersoncountyhistory.homestead.com, $2 suggested donation.
ADIRONDACK ARTISTS GUILD GALLERY, 52 Main St., Saranac Lake, 518-891-2615, www.adirondackartistsguild.com, summer hours: Monday - Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Sunday noon - 3 p.m.; winter hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday noon - 3 p.m.
PICKENS GENERAL STORE, 83 State St., Heuvelton, 344-7950, pickensgeneral.org, Amish furniture, quilts, baskets and leather goods; wall hangings; carvings; hand-crafted items.
CRARY MILLS POTTERY, wide variety of quality functional stoneware pottery. Ronald Larsen, East on Crary Mills-Eben Rd., (off Rt. 68) at Langdon Corners, Canton, 386-4721.
TWO GUYS AND A CAMERA, photography - commercial, weddings, portraits, 62 County Rd. 29, Canton, 379-1333, www.twoguysandacamera.com.
WILSON BICKFORD, multi-certified instructor in oil, watercolor, pen & ink classes. Commission work available. 3592 State Hwy. 58, Gouverneur. 287-4514. www.wilsonbickford.com
MARBLE HILL DESIGNS, Angela Quant, custom embroidery and longarm quilting, 487 Adams Rd., Norwood, 384-4825, www.marblehilldesigns.com
DENNY MORREALE, Canton based artist, portraits, charcoal, canvas, prints, acrylic, drawings, paintings, greeting cards, landscapes, nature, denny-morreale-artistwebsites.com
SARA LYNCH, art, painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, collage, Potsdam, www.saraelynch.com
WILDLIFE ART AND GIFTS, Veronica Regan, South Colton, 261-2153, www.wildlifecollectables.net; handpainted feathers, jewelry, necklaces, t-shirts, greeting cards.
LIONHEART ILLUSTRATION AND DESIGN, Catherine LaPointe, freelance painter, illustrator and graphic designer, Potsdam, 420-7855, catherinelapointe.com.
KELLER COUNTRY QUILTS, Kim Keller, 36 Elm St., Norwood, 353-2910, miniature hand-made quilts for wall hanging, KellerCountryQuilts.com.
CAROL BARCLAY PHOTOGRAPHY, 384 Dutton Rd., Canton, 379-9538, www.carolbarclayphoto.com, weddings, senior portraits, proms, pets, aerials, engagement, passport, architectural, corporate photographs.
MC STUDIOS, 7041 County Rt. 10, Lisbon (518)852-6634, mcstudios.me. Photography, portraits, gallery, weddings, baby, scenic, events, memories, photos, pictures, albums, family, animals, flowers, nature, engagements, landscapes.
ANN WALSH'S INKS, shirts, mugs, calendars, notecards, prints and bags by former resident of Ireland now living in Ogdensburg, www.cafepress.com/ChiarraiInks
ARTWORKS CREPERIE CAFE & GIFT SHOP, 4 Main St., Waddington, 388.4000; paintings, wooden bowls, pottery, blown glass, photos, collection of handmade jewelry, www.artworkscreperie.net/about.htm
TIRED IRON SCULPTURES, metalwork sculptures from old farm machinery and found objects, Wayne Brown, 227 Cline Rd., Heuvelton, 394-0812, www.tiredironsculptures.com.
BLUE HERON ART GALLERY, 38 Park St., Norwood, Joan Upham, www.blue-heron-arts.com, 353-9971.
VERN MAUK, art instruction, drawing and water color. Painting and drawings available. 9 Old Farm Circle, Massena, 7699-8691.
SNOWLINE DESIGN, graphic design and artwork by Susan Langelier Lebeda, 63 Bay Road, South Colton, 262-3150, www.snowlinedesign.com
JOSH MCLEAR PHOTOGRAPHY, weddings, sports, portraits, events, based in Ogdensburg, 315-323-5038. www.joshmclear.com.
THE CORNER STUDIO, Jeff Davis, 647 County Route 16, Hermon, 323-328, antique boat art, landscapes, classic auto art, www.jeffdavisartwork.com.
KATHRYN DUEL PHOTOGRAPHY, 43 1/2 Market St., Suite 1, Potsdam, 315-489-3265, www.deuelphoto.com.
ALLAN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHY, 101 Water St., Hermon, 347-1285, www.callmyphotographer.com/
BRAVURA PHOTOGRAPHY, Suzann McDermot, Canton, 783-0360, www.BravuraPhotography.com.
McCLUSKEY PHOTOGRAPHY, weddings, portraits, architecture, business, concert, performance, scenic and nature. Serving Upstate New York; 4 Pleasant St., Canton, 244-5220, email: McCluskey.Photography@gmail.com; www.mccluskeyphotography.net
THE STORYTELLER'S HOUSE, artwork by Natasha Smoke Santiago, who lives and works from the Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation, PO Box 1365, Hogansburg, 13655. www.storytellershouse.com.
NATASHA GUIMOND, digital imaging, graphic design, illustration, painting, sculpture, photography, PO Box 1365, Hogansburg, 13655. www.natashaguimond.com.
CAIT THROOP, traditional and contemporary fine weaving including clothing, table linens, baby blankets and towels. Custom orders available. 1850 CR 35, Potsdam, 265-370, barefootweavercait.blogspot.com/.
RED SQUIRREL PHOTOGRAPHY, Jane W. Lammers, fine art photography, photographic note cards, custom frame prints; works available at The Pear Tree in Canton and Northern Interiors and St. Lawrence County Arts Council, Potsdam; 244-8100, www.redsquirrelphoto.com.
MEMORY LANE, 6022 St. Lawrence Centre Mall, Massena, 764-0167. Selling Antiques of all eras, shabby chic, collectibles and various reproduction items. Also sell fresh flowers by the stem along with arrangements in fresh, dried, and silk flowers. They consist of consignors along with many vendors/antique dealers. They also specialize in wedding planning, from full decorating of location of wedding and reception to the production of floral arrangements for the wedding party and everything in between.
NORTH COUNTRY NEIGHBORS, 6 Main St., Potsdam, downstairs, www.northcountryneighbors.com. Antiques, Amish products, rocking chairs, baskets, knick knacks, candles, soaps, wooden projects, shelves, other items created by North Country crafters, 265-1055.
THE FRAME MILL, 13 Maple St., Potsdam, 265-2424, www.theframemill.com. Custom picture framing, shadow boxes, custom mirrors, sports memorabilia, needlework & collectibles framed. Ashley House gifts, handmade baskets, Sunfeather soap, Robert Plumb prints available.
MILL STREET GALLERY, paintings, drawings, Adirondack photographs, pottery, ornaments, art supplies & instruction, frames & glass, wooden toys. 25 Mill St., Parishville, 268-9055.
ASHLEY HOUSE, 1 Park St., Norwood, antiques, gifts and florals, 353-4609; www.ashleyhouseny.com.
LEATHER ARTISANS, wide variety of designer leather accessories, Rt. 3, Childwold, 518-359-3102, www.leatherartisan.com.
OLD MARKET GIFT SHOP, 24 Main St., Norwood, North Country arts and crafts, 353-4633.
RIDGE GALLERY, 187 N. Main St., Massena, 769-2588.
MISTY HOLLOW, 22 Market St., Potsdam, 265-1660. Beads, candles, gifts, craft supplies, basket-making classes, 265-1660; www.mistyhollowcraftsandhobbies.com/
FRIENDSHIP QUILTS, Amish quilts, Betsy Tisdale, Potsdam, 265-4721.
JIM BENVENUTO, letterpress printing and relief printmaking. 92 Sissonville Rd., Potsdam, 268-9100.
HARTMAN & COMPANY, Sally E. White, owner of Ladies First, gallery of art, in Morrison Mill. Painter, printmaker, director of workshops in pottery, photography, drawing and painting. River House, 317 Front St., Rensselaer Falls, 344-7247, 344-8882 www.northnet.org/ghetto.studios.
MARY GWYNETH HOLLAND, wearable art, garments, 365 Hanson Rd., Colton, 212.5727, www.marygwyneth.com.
ELLEN MACMASTER, handmade stuffed bears, bunnies, lambs, penguins, baby-safe animals, outfits. 23 Underhill Dr., P.O. Box 402, Hannawa Falls, 212-5727, www.embears.com.
RON RILEY, woodcarving of all varieties, children's workshops carving soap, sweet potato and wood (depending on age). 61 Bridges Ave., Massena, 769-7736.
WINGED CAMEL METALWORKS, Mary Ann and Malcolm Owen, limited edition and one-of-a-kind sculptures, clocks, candle holders, banks and silver jewelry. 145 Irish Settlement Rd., Colton, 386-4129, www.wingedcamelmetalworks.com
BLUEBIRD GALLERY Beverly J. Patchin, photography, 45 Dennis Road, Lisbon, 869-3895, www.bbcreativeimages.com
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