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A part of the City Limits Bar & Grill, the Spotlight Hall and Conference Centre is an ideal venue to host corporate meetings as well as private events. For details, call ahead.
Church of St. Dismas, The Good Thief is a small church built by the inmates of the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. Built in 1939, entirely by the labor of convicts, it stands tall even today. The beautiful Neogothic architecture of the building is eye catching. Maintained compltely by the prisoners, the interiors as well as the exteriors are preserved beautifully.
If you are looking for a library with an extensive collection of books, then Hepburn Library is the place to be. This library has been serving Norfolk since its inception in 1919, and is named in the honor of A. Barton Hepburn.
The State University of New York at Potsdam (The) or SUNY Potsdam is a reputed educational institution. Founded in 1816, this university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in diverse fields ranging from Economics, Geology, Music to Politics. The campus features libraries namely, the Frederick W. Crumb Memorial Library and Crane Music Library and sports venues including Maxcy Hall Athletic Facility. Notable alumni of SUNY Potsdam comprise Renée Fleming, T. Coraghessan Boyle, David Valesky, Daniel Decker, and so forth. For more details on admissions and curriculum, check website or call ahead.
Established in 1932, the US Post Office located on Elm Street in Potsdam, NY was designed by James Wetmore. Designed in the Classical Revival style of architecture, the two-story structure was added to the US National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Constituted in 1835, the Trinity Episcopal Church is a fusion of Federal and Gothic style of architecture made with Potsdam Sandstone. This strikingly unique building is hard to miss especially because of its tower that is 110 feet (34 meters) tall. What makes this church even more dramatic is the old iron lamp post outside the church giving it an antique look. The services offered are teachings and preaching of the Holy Bible, music and choir practices, pastoral care and many activities for all the ages.
Included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, the Berkeley Square Historic District comprises a town hall and nearly 21 commercial buildings. The different structures represent architectural styles that were prevalent during their period of construction.
The Herb Brooks Arena (formerly known as the Olympic Center) is where one of ice hockey's greatest moments took place. The arena was home to the USA vs. USSR match at the 1980 Olympics and the USA pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the games. After Brooks' death in 2003, the Olympic Center was renamed in his honor. The impressive facility is composed of four skating rinks and hosts a variety of events throughout the year at this 7700-seat venue.
Popularly known as the heart of downtown Plattsburgh, the First Presbyterian Historic Church is a historic structure. Following a Sunday worship every week and also conducting a fellowship and Sunday Class for people of all ages the church offers a great worship experience and also learning new things about the Lord, the church and the Bible.
The town of Senneville is the wealthiest surburban village located toward the west of the Island of Montreal. It was founded in the year 1779. Most of the rich Montrealers used to have their summer homes in Senneville. This town features extensive golf clubs, the Morgan Arboretum, yacht clubs and Fort Senneville. In 2002, the town was appointed as a National Historic Site of Canada not only because it demonstrates the collaboration between the architects and financiers during the 20th century but also exemplifies the arts and craft from those times.
An integral part of the Tupper Lake community, the Beth Joseph Synagogue is a splendid structure. Established in 1905, this synagogue that served very few families closed down, however in 1980s efforts to restore this landmark were made. Owing to that, it is open during the summer season when it hosts concerts, exhibitions and similar events. The Beth Joseph Synagogue also features an on-site museum pertaining to Jewish culture and history.
The Olympic Sports Complex lets you go for a 30-second blobsled ride down the Olympic track and the one used to still train world athletes today. A truck brings you up the side of the mountain and you ride on down in a four-man bobsled. While it is a pricey ride it is certainly an unforgettable one. For the truly daring, the self-guided luge is a one-of-a-kind experience in Lake Placid. Come watch the athletes do timed runs on the course for skeleton, luge and bobsled. If you prefer to experience the snow and ice off the bobsled track, there is 32 miles of cross-country trails, biathlon training facilities and snowshoe paths for everyone in the family to enjoy.