The fifth annual “Adirondack Day” was held in Albany on May 1 in the Legislative Office Building. The Adirondacks were well represented, with information about history and culture, recreation and environmental stewardship, education and economic development, and harvest and sustainability. Organizations had displays and information to share with legislators. Fort Ticonderoga even brought members of their Fife and Drum Corps to perform! It was a great day to connect with our representatives and with each other. Here’s to a great summer for everyone in the Adirondacks. View’s schedule is full to bursting with programs, and we look forward to seeing you here!Leslie Bailey, View’s Director of Development, (on the right) with representatives from Adirondack Experience (formerly the Adirondack Museum), The Wild Center, and Fort Ticonderoga.