RandyFlanneryMarch 12, 2016

The Adirondack Sportsmen’s Dinner is one of the largest events in the Adirondacks.  Hundreds come from miles around to enjoy great food, keynote speaker, outdoor related seminars and exhibits, win prizes, and just have great fun!

We are thrilled to announce Master outdoorsman Randy Flannery of Wilderness Escape Outfitters will be our 2016 keynote speaker.

Admission is free!  This event is supported by generous donations from local and regional businesses as well as individuals.  Please consider financially supporting this event.

Attendees must be 12 years old or older in order to attend.

Things to Know

  • Tickets will be emailed to you when you sign up.  You must print your ticket and bring them with you to the event.  Alternatively you can use the EventBrite app. on your mobile phone if that works better for you.
  • Arrive  between 9:45 AM to 11:00 AM. Plan to stay until 5:15 PM.
  • You must be present  to receive door prizes.
  • Silent Auction!  Winners are announced in the last half hour of the program.
  • The grand prize is awarded in the last half hour of the program.
  • Park in the Mountainside Family Resource Center parking lot (South end of the campus).
  • If you need handicapped parking be sure you have  your  handicapped parking permit.
  • All facilities have handicap access, but a few seminar rooms are not wheel chair accessible.
  • Your Ticket Card is necessary to be included in all door prize drawings.
  • Dress casually.
  • Expect dinner and seminar room temperatures to be 68 to 72 degrees, but you will be walking between buildings on the Mountainside campus.
  • Thousands of dollars worth of door prizes will be given away throughout the program.
  • Back Up Snow Plan: If there is a snow storm the day of the event, the dinner will be  moved to the following day, the times and location will stay the same.

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2 Legends at the Adirondack Sportsmens Dinner today, Jim Massett and Randy Flannery.
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Jim and Randy Flannery at the Adirondack Sportsmans Dinner.

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Adirondack Sportsmen DinnerWhen I think of Jim Massett this is the pic I think of!

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Adirondack Sportsmen DinnerGoing through the response cards tonight, the common theme was how much people loved Randy Flannery, he really connected with this Adirondack crowd.

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Richard BernierI'm sure he's shooting straight!

5 months ago
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Joe VivaTerrific Presentation. Thank You!

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Pete SteeleVery exciting day... Would love to be part of this some day...praying for hearts to be open to the Gospel

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