Adirondack Architectural Heritage


Adirondack Architectural Heritage
Adirondack Architectural Heritage is listed in the Architects category in Keeseville, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Adirondack Architectural Heritage which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Adirondack Architectural Heritage on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Adirondack Architectural Heritage is:
1790 Main St
Keeseville, NY 12944
(518) 834-9328
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Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) shared Lake Placid History Museum's photo.
TONIGHT in Lake Placid! Join AARCH Executive Director, Steven Engelhart, for "Camp Santanoni: Past, Present, and Future." The lecture begins at 7pm, is free, and open to all. Warm up with us at the historic Pines Inn! Sponsored by our friends at the Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society. Lake Placid History Museum
We hope to see you #tomorrow March 22, 7pm at the Pines Inn. Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) will be presenting "Camp Santanoni: Past, Present & Future." #lakeplacid #lakeplacidhistory #campsantanoni #localhistory #nyhistory #adkhistory

Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) shared Camp Santanoni and Santanoni Preserve's photo.
Lots of sunshine in the forecast for this weekend! Join us for our final Camp Santanoni ski weekend. Staff will be on hand Saturday and Sunday for tours. We can't wait to see you there!
Beautiful conditions here at Camp Santanoni and Santanoni Preserve! Our crew is on their way in, wearing green, and celebrating St. Patrick's day. See you soon!

When AARCH’s Steven Engelhart was walking around the Empire State Plaza recently, he was again reminded that its construction meant the death of several vibrant neighborhoods and was a disaster in terms of historic preservation, all an anathema to our mission. In all, 9000 people were displaced, 1500 homes, 350 businesses, and four churches were destroyed. But, now that this modernist complex is 50 years old, it can be considered historic itself and will likely someday be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. This means that we in the preservation community have to begin to treat it with the historical interest and respect it now deserves, while not forgetting the project’s tragic and complicated history. Albany Times Union article below:

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. We're ready for this weekend! #Santanoni #blizzard2017…

Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) added 2 new photos.
So, it's looking like snow will not be a problem for this final winter ski weekend (March 18 & 19) into Camp Santanoni and Santanoni Preserve -- YAY! And remember: SUNY-ESF's Erin Griffin will be at the Farm Complex to lead a family-friendly animal tracking workshop at 1:00 on Saturday. Snowshoes are required but there will be several pair on loan at the Gate Lodge. Call or email Erin for more info about the tracking workshop: or 518-582-4551 ext. 106

We're celebrating the importance of the State Historic Tax Credit program with Preservation League of New York State and NY State Parks & Historic Sites. Loads of success stories here in Troy!

Get your monthly dose of fun and #Adirondack #Preservation info. And a contest! #architecture Read here:…

Job Posting: Development Dir. Deadline Feb. 15. Help us invest in #ADK communities through historic preservation!…

Kville riverside park & Longstreth Adk Guide grants & welcome our new program director. Read AARCH Matters:…

#Santanoni & Master Builder Michael Frenette featured in this month's @adkexplorer. Check it out here:…