Lake George Guide Blog


Lake George Dinner Theatre 2019 Show: THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES

Lake George Dinner Theatre Presents: July 11th thru August 31st THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson “A side-splitting sleuth story!” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most celebrated Sherlock Holmes story gets a rollicking makeover in this hilariously barking spoof! When Sir Charles Baskerville is found … Read More

Lake George Forum

Dating back to ancient Rome, a forum was a market, a public place of assembly, and a gathering area for open discussions. Although seemingly simple, these ancient gatherings played an important role in developing the society we live in today: goods and trade practices were exchanged, philosophy and politics were discussed, and theatrical and athletic … Read More

History, Heritage, Encampments and Signings

Revisit History in the Lake George Region! Experience historical events, discover life in a bygone era, and engage in conversations & discussions about the past. If this peaks your interest, it’s essential that you take advantage of this weekend’s historical happenings – from The French and Indian War Reenactment in Bolton Landing and Scots Day … Read More

American Wildfowl Decoys

by Patricia Martin, Home Farm Antiques at the Antiques Market Place America is fortunate to have a rich heritage of collectible wildfowl decoys. About halfway through the 1800s, a great surge in wildfowl hunting began and lasted for over ¾ of a century. Improvements in guns, expansion of the population which needed feeding, and what … Read More

Americade

Americade is the “World’s Largest Multi Brand Motorcycle Touring Rally” that draws an estimated 50,000 – 100,000 annually to the Lake George Region. This popular week-long annual convention/festival, held during the first full week in June, boasts incredible fun for motorcycle enthusiasts. The variety of enjoyable activities, festivities & things to do are aplenty both … Read More

Get Results at the Gym

By Michael Donlick and Phil Guarino Flex Appeal Fitness Center Have you ever wondered why the person walking on the treadmill for an hour a day never loses all of the weight they want to? Or why the step class instructor looks the same after being an instructor for 10 years? Well, the answer is … Read More

Eye Care Tip For Summer

The Doctor Says Hudson Headwaters Health Network As you slather on sunscreen to defend your skin this summer, don’t forget to protect your eyes. Along with the summer sun come hidden dangers such as UV damage to both our skin and eyes. Just like UV damage to skin can cause cancer, UV damage to eyes … Read More

Antiquarian Prints & Collecting

by Ronald Lauzon Glenwood Manor Antiques Center For all practical purposes, print means a copy. There are innumerable interpretations of this, and probably the best definition can be found in Wikipedia. In this article, “print” means an engraving, etching, lithograph, photo/heliogravure, wood engraving and wood block and exercised on paper. While my writing is as … Read More

Seneca Ray Stoddard, Adirondack Icon

By Patricia Martin of Home Farm Antiques at the Antique Market Place Seneca Ray Stoddard – the name conjures up the essence of Adirondack life. Stoddard spent a lifetime as a naturalist, writer, artist, cartographer and photographer of the Adirondacks. His images were an inspiration for the formation of the Adirondack Park in 1892. Born … Read More

Kick Off Weekend to the Summer Season!

It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the kick off to the Summer season and a very exciting time in the Lake George Region! The variety of events and things to do will surely please adults and kids too… from attractions, entertainment & outdoor activities – to dining, shopping & special festivities! There are many things to do … Read More