• Past Calendar Events

    You’ll find so many exciting calendar events and activities that already happened in the Lake George Region. Here is a list for you to browse and see what went on in the Southern Adirondacks, Warren County, Washington County and Saratoga County. Many of these events are annual happenings, so don’t miss out on them next year – be sure to mark your calendars! All events are listed by month, scroll down to find them.

    Scroll down to find all past events from January 2013 to Feb 2015.  Click here to view Current & Upcoming Events

     


     January 2013



     Jan. 1      New Year’s Day Champagne Brunch Cruise on Lake George

    Celebrate the beginning of the New Year with a special brunch buffet cruise on Lake George/ boards 11AM, sails 12-2:15PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Jan. 1     New Year’s Day Lake George Frostbite Cruise

    Enjoy food, drinks, and live entertainment while cruising on Lake George/12 Noon & 2:30PM. Lake George Shoreline, Lake George. (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    Jan. 1       New Year’s Tubing & Skiing Party

    Spend your New Year’s Day tubing and skiing, and enjoy live entertainment & free cookies/Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. gorechamber.com   goremountain.com


    Jan. 7 – 13     Take Your Kids To Gore Mountain Week

    Kids 19 and under can ski, ride and tube for free with a paying parent/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Jan. 10       Worldwide Thursdays at the Children’s Museum

    Kids ages 3 to 6 will enjoy playing and learning international songs & dances/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Jan. 11       Drum Beats and Little Feet Program

    Kids ages 2 to 5 will learn high energized, super-active world music/ 10:30-11:15AM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Jan. 12      Bicentennial Pasta Dinner Benefit

    Enjoy pasta, homemade sauce, meatballs, and salad; benefits the communities of North Warren/ 5-7PM. Brant Lake Community Center, State Route 8, Brant Lake. (518) 494-3301. northwarren.com


    Jan. 12       Chapman Program: Sled Dogs

    Kids and accompanying adults will enjoy a game, story time crafts and refreshments/ 1-3PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Jan. 12      Ice Hockey Game at Lake George Forum

    Lake George Fighting Spirit versus Cape Cod Islanders/ 10-11AM. Lake George Forum, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.net


    Jan. 12       Snowshoe Winter Wandering Program

    Take a guided snowshoe trip with naturalist Peter O’Shea/ 1-3PM. Adirondack Interpretive Center, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. gorechamber.com


    Jan. 12       Snowshoe & Winter Hike at Up Yonda Farm

    Take a guided snowshoe or winter hike and enjoy the beautiful Adirondack scenery/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Jan. 12      Terra Nova at Wood Theater

    A theatrical and exciting adventure story/ 8PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Jan. 12       Winter Sky Program

    Learn about the natural wonders of the Winter night sky with Bob Fisher/ 6:30PM. Adirondack Interpretive Center, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. gorechamber.com


    Jan. 12-13       18&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Jan. 13       Family Film Series: The Wizard of Oz

    Don’t miss this classic tale/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Jan. 13       Fort Fever Series Program: “The Realities of War”

    The Fort’s Curator of Collections, Christopher Fox, will discuss the experiences of soldiers during the 1758 campaign against Fort Ti at the time of the French & Indian War/ 2PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Jan. 13       Lecture Series: “Adirondack Waters and the Birds that Love Them”

    Learn about the natural history and health of Adirondack waters and aquatic birds with Ed Kanze, Nina Schoch and John Sheehan/ 1:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Jan. 18      Adirondack Theatre Festival Winter Benefit: Insanely Happy

    Enjoy this “Fun Filled Fundraiser”/ 7PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Jan. 18      Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Albany Devils/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Jan. 18-20       Silent Guided Retreat

    Enjoy scripture, prayer, nature and silence/ 9AM-4PM. The Priory Retreat House, Chestertown. (518) 494-373. prioryretreathouse.org


    Jan. 19     Winter Feast at the Senior Center

    North Creek Rotary event/ 5-8PM. Senior Center, North Creek. gorechamber.com


    Jan. 19       Guided Snowshoe Hike & Winter Hike

    Take a guided snowshoe hike or winter hike on the grounds of Up Yonda/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Jan. 19      North Warren Trailblazers Snowmobile Club Winter Whiteout

    Whiteout, BBQ, bonfires, and live music/ Noon start. North Warren Trailblazers Snowmobile Club, Chestertown. (518) 681-7565. northernwarrentrailblazers.snowclubs.com


    Jan. 19      Visit Bolton Chamber’s Booth at NY Women’s Expo

    Come and visit the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce’s booth at the NY Women’s Expo and enter a chance to win an admission ticket to the “Girlfriend’s Getaway” in Bolton during May/ Expo is 10AM-6PM (Sat.) and 10AM-4PM (Sun.). Sienna College, Loudonville. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Jan. 19, 26 & Feb. 2        Learn the Chinese Lion Dance: Children’s Workshop

    Kids ages 8 and up will learn the Chinese Lion Dance that incorporates marital arts moves; Rehearsal on Jan. 19 & 26, and performance on Feb. 2/ 1:30-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Jan. 19-20     14&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Jan. 19-20       Historic Trades Workshop: Basic Sewing Skills & Breeches Construction”

    Learn hand sewing skills and make your own pair of breeches/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Jan. 19-20       MKL Holiday Camp at Gore Mountain

    Kids ages 4 to 12 can spend their holiday vacation at Gore; meet new friends & learn tips & techniques from ski instructors/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Jan. 20       Torchlight Parade & Fireworks

    Enjoy fireworks display and torch run/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Jan. 20      Wood Theater Family Film Series: The Incredibles

    A popular Pixar animation/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Jan. 21        USASA Boarder/ Skier Cross

    The United States of America Snowboard Association’s boarder-cross event/ Gore Mountain at North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 946-7001. goremountain.com


    Jan. 24       Worldwide Thursdays at the Children’s Museum

    Kids ages 3 to 5 will learn international songs and dances/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Jan. 25      Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Albany Devils/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Jan. 26       Full Moon Pizza Party at North Creek’s Ski Bowl

    A day of old-fashioned fun with tubing, pizza & entertainment by Chip Chevalier/ 6-8PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Jan. 26        Ice Fishing Tournament

    3rd annual event with ceremony/ 9AM-3PM. Brant Lake. (518) 494-2401.


    Jan. 26       Pork Loin Roast Dinner

    Enjoy pork loin roast, mashed potatoes, vegetables, applesauce, bread & dessert; take-out available/ 5-7PM. St. James’ Episcopal Church, Lake George.


    Jan. 26       Snowshoe Hike & Winter Hike

    Take a guided snowshoe hike or winter hike on the grounds of Up Yonda/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Jan. 26-27       16&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Jan. 26-27       Seminar: “Material Matters: It’s in the Details”

    A two day seminar on 18th century material culture/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Jan 26-27      Women Only Alpine Skiing Clinic and Burton Snowboard Clinic at Gore Mountain

    Video analysis, feedback on your personal skiing or snowboarding riding, and discussion in this camp for women/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Jan. 27 – Feb. 1      Gore Mountain Restaurant Race

    The Gore Region will be hosting restaurant week at various dining establishments/ Gore Region. gorechamber.com


    Jan 29-30       Sesame Street Live: Elmo’s Super Heroes

    Entertainment & Education at its best with Elmo & your favorite Sesame Street friends/ Tues. at 7PM; Wed. at 10:30AM & 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. 1-855-GFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com



    February 2013



    Feb. 1, 2013       Chilly Willy Day

    Enjoy family activities including tug of war, dodgeball, as well as food & treats/ 11:30AM & 2:30PM. Battlefield Park, Beach Rd., Lake George.


    Feb. 1, 2013       Honk! The Ugly Duckling

    A family comic musical about an odd-looking duck that is lured away from his home by a wily cat/ 7PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 1, 2013       Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Norfolk Admirals/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 1-2, 2013       Guided Snowshoe & Winter Hike at Up Yonda Farm

    Take a guided snowshoe or winter hike and enjoy the beautiful Adirondack scenery/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 2, 2013       Chinese New Year Celebration

    Hear stories, view youth art from the Chinese New Year exhibit, and make your own traditional red envelopes/ 2-4PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Feb. 2, 2013       Ice Hockey Game at Lake George Forum

    Lake George Fighting Spirit versus Eastern Kodiaks/ 7-8PM. Lake George Forum, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.net


    Feb. 2, 2013       North Warren Trailblazer Poker Run

    9AM-4PM. North Warren Trailblazers Snowmobile Club, Chestertown. (518) 494-0113.


    Feb. 2, 2013       Polar Cap Run

    A 4 mile run to benefit Sacred Heart Food Pantry & Upstate NY Autism Awareness/ 10AM. Lake George Elementary School, Lake George. adirondackrunners.org


    Feb. 2-3, 2013       12&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Feb. 2-3, 2013       Lake George Winter Carnival

    First weekend of this annual winter festival featuring a variety of family fun activities including snowmobile rides, giant snow slides, chili cook off, children’s activities, fireworks over the lake, and so much more/ 12Noon start. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lakegeorgewintercarnival.com


    Feb. 2-3, 2013       Master the Mountain Alpine Skiing, Skiing Clinics & Snowboarding Clinics

    Video analysis, feedback on personal riding & equipment discussions/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Feb. 2-3, 2013       Soup-er Bowl Weekend

    Browse the center while enjoying delicious soup/ 10AM-5PM (Sat.) & 12-5PM (Sun.). Glenwood Manor Antiques Center, Queensbury. (518) 798-4747.


    Feb. 6, 2013       Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Binghamton Senators/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 7, 2013       Handmade Books in the Digital Age Presentation

    Discover how handmade books are made and learn how computers can enhance them/ 7PM. Chester Library, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    Feb. 8-10, 2013       Schoolhouse Rock Live!

    A fast paced stage musical presented by Broadway Upstate that is based on the Saturday morning cartoon series from the 1970s/ 7PM (Fri. & Sat.), and 2PM (Sun.). Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 9, 2013       Bicentennial Dinner Benefit

    Enjoy a home cooked dinner to benefit upcoming Bicentennial celebration in August/ 5-7PM. Pottersville Fire House, Pottersville. northwarren.com


    Feb. 9, 2013       Brant Lake Winter Carnival

    Enjoy various winter activities including snowshoe races on ice, ice hockey, ice sculptures, vintage snowmobile rides, ice fishing tournament, bonfires & more fun/ Carnival located at The Ice in Front of Jimbo’s Club on the Point, Horicon. northwarren.com


    Feb. 9, 2013       Hickory Ski History Festival

    To celebrate Warrensburg’s Bicentennial, enjoy vintage ski race & vintage clothing contest/ Hickory Ski Center, Warrensburg. (518) 623-5754. hickoryskicenter.com


    Feb. 9, 2013       Ice Hockey Game at Lake George Forum

    Lake George Fighting Spirit versus New England Stars/ 3-4PM. Lake George Forum, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.net


    Feb. 9-10, 2013       14&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Feb. 9-10, 2013       Historic Trades Workshop at Fort Ticonderoga

    Discover native footwear and legwear that was adopted by the English & French military during French & Indian War/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Feb. 9-10, 2013       Lake George Winter Carnival Weekend

    Second weekend of this annual family fun winter festival featuring North East Snow X Series Race, BBQ cook off, children’s activities, tavern competitions, fireworks over the lake, and much more/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lakegeorgewintercarnival.com


    Feb. 9-10, 2013       Snowboard & Ski Clinics & Camps

    Here’s your chance to improve your skiing or snowboarding abilities; get personal feedback, video analysis & discuss equipment/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 946-7001. goremountain.com


    Feb. 10, 2013       Adirondack Phantom’s Hockey Night Fundraiser

    The Adirondack Phantoms Ice Hockey team will be playing the Syracuse Crunch (discount tickets available at the World Awareness Museum)/ 3PM game at the Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. glensfallscc.com worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Feb. 10, 2013       Festival For Kids and Family Race

    Kids ages 12 & under get a free one day lift ticket (with a paying parent); enjoy free photo cards, hot coco sampling, live entertainment, family fun races, and more/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-241. goremountain.com


    Feb. 10, 2013       Fort Fever Series Program: “Exploration on Snow Shoes: A Timeline of Trees on the Pavilion Landscape”

    Take a tour of the Fort’s grounds during winter and discover the ornamental trees and landscape design over the past 150 years/ 2PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Feb. 10, 2013       Ice Hockey Game at Lake George Forum

    Lake George Fighting Spirit versus New England Stars/ 11AM-12PM. Lake George Forum, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.net


    Feb. 10, 2013       “Whose Land Is This?” Program

    Explore the ancient and complex claims of different groups of people to the Adirondacks with museum curator Hallie Bond and Hamilton County resident John/ 1:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Feb. 10, 2013       Wood Theater Family Film Series: Rudy

    Based on a true story, starring Sean Astin/ 10:30AM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 14, 2013      Happy Valentine’s Day!

    Have a wonderful & fun Valentine’s Day!


    Feb. 14, 2013       Worldwide Thursdays at World Awareness Museum

    Kids ages 3 to 5 will sing, dance, and play/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Feb. 15, 2013      Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Albany Devils/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 16, 2013       APE’s 24 Hour Play Fest

    A creative & competitive event/ 8PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 16, 2013       Bicentennial Valentine Dinner Dance

    A St. Ceceli’s Church event, part of the Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ 6PM. Echo Lake Lodge Warrensburg. (518) 222-4870. whs12885.org


    Feb. 16, 2013       Guided Snowshoe & Winter Hike

    Guided snowshoe hike or winter hike on the grounds of beautiful Up Yonda/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 16, 2013      Spike Wilner Trio

    The Upper Hudson Musical Arts presents this piano/bass/drums trio/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    Feb. 16, 2013       Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Worcester Sharks/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 16-17, 2013      Antiques Market Place – First Anniversary Celebration

    During President’s Weekend, stop by the Antiques Market Place at Sutton’s to celebrate their first anniversary celebration. Enjoy refreshments and sales at this antique & vintage shop, which has grown to 29 antique dealers that offer a wide array of antiques & vintage items from 18th Century to Mid-Century Modern. This free celebration event is 9AM-5:30PM each day. Antiques Market Place is located at Sutton’s – 1066 Route 9, Queensbury (adjacent to Sutton’s Market Place). (518) 798-0010. Click here for more info on Antiques Market Place.


    Feb. 16-17, 2013       18&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    Feb. 16-17, 2013       Lake George Winter Carnival

    It’s the third weekend of this annual winter festival featuring Motorcycle & ATV ice race championship, ATV poker run, bonfire, ice diving, chowder cookoff, fireworks over the lake, and much more/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lakegeorgewintercarnival.com


    Feb. 16-17, 2013       President’s Weekend Holiday Ski Camp at Gore

    Kids ages 4 to 12 can spend their holiday vacation skiing or snowboarding with coaches & meet new friends/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Feb. 17, 2013       Wood Theater Family Film Series: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Showing at 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 17-18, 2013       Winter Wonderland Craft Fair

    Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce, Route 28, Indian Lake. indian-lake.com


    Feb. 18, 2013       USASA Boarder/Skiercross Competition at Gore Mountain

    Learn about the sport of boarder & skiercross; watch competitors win awards/ Gore Mountain at the North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 946-7001. goremountain.com


    Feb. 19, 2013      Animal Tracking at Up Yonda Farm

    Take the kids on a guided snowshoeing adventure to see fox, deer, turkey & squirrel tracks; rentals available/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 19-21, 2013       Presidents’ Week Holiday Camp

    Kids ages 4 to 12 can enjoy their holiday vacation skiing & snowboarding and meet new friends/ 9:30AM-3:30PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Feb. 19-22, 2013       February Break Kids Program Series: Explore Dance

    A series of classes that explore different types of world dance/ World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Feb. 19-23      Winter Break Programs at Up Yonda Farm

    During Winter break in the Adirondack Region, kids can enjoy various Adirondack programs including snowshoe hikes, animal tracking hikes, visiting the planetarium, & building bluebird houses/ Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 20 & 23, 2013       Planetarium at Up Yonda Farm

    Discover the winter sky at Up Yonda’s planetarium; identify major constellations & stars, and learn about Native American & Greek stories/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 21, 2013      Snowshoe Discovery Day at Up Yonda Farm

    Enjoy guided snowshoe hikes; rentals available; reservations required/ 8:30AM-12PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 22, 2013      Bluebird Box Building

    Learn about the Bluebird (NY State official bird), and partake in a woodworking program of building a bluebird house/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 22, 2013      Pendagon Theatre’s Terra Nova

    Our Town Theatre Group presents Pendragon Theatre’s production called “Terra Nova” – about five Englishmen & five Norwegians who race to the South Pole from 1910 – 1912/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 406-8840. ottg.org


    Feb. 22, 2013       Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Scranton Penguins/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 22-23, 2013       Chester Library Book Sale

    Books, magazines and puzzles galore/ 9AM-4PM. Chester Library, State Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-3584. chesterlibrary.org


    Feb. 23, 2013       Battle on Snowshoes Reenactment and Living History Event

    Take a living history tour on snowshoes featuring Major Robert Rogers and the March 10th Battle/ 10AM-4PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fort-ticonderoga.org


    Feb. 23, 2013      Krazy Downhill Derby & Hockey Shoot-Out

    A wacky winter event featuring homemade unique sleds & broomball tournaments on ice/ 9AM-2PM. Dynamite Hill Recreation Area, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Feb. 23, 2013       Saturday Night Skins Race

    Gore Mountain at North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Feb. 23, 2013       Shinedown & Three Days Grace with P.O.D. Perform at Civic Center

    These rock bands will be performing/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. 1-855-GFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    Feb. 23, 2013       Winter Sky/ Planetarium at Up Yonda Farm

    Identify major constellations & stars, and learn about Native American & Greek stories/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 23-24, 2013       16&U Girl’s Fast Pitch Softball Tournament

    Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 23-24, 2013       Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding Clinics

    Explore Gore Mountain and learn skiing & snowboarding with video analysis, and feedback on your personal riding/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Feb. 23-24, 2013       Lake George Winter Carnival Weekend

    Fourth and last weekend of this annual winter festival featuring snowmobile rides, car races on the lake, chicken wing cook off, bonfire on the beach, fireworks over the lake, and more/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lakegeorgewintercarnival.com


    Feb. 24, 2013       Phantoms Ice Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Versus Binghamton Senators/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. phantomshockey.com


    Feb. 24, 2013       Wood Theater Family Film Series: Newsies

    A Disney film about group of newsboys who become unlikely heroes/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 28, 2013       Froggy 107.1 Presents Josh Gracin

    Performance by Country music superstar and American Idol contestant Josh Gracin/ 8PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 28, 2013       Worldwide Thursdays Children’s Program

    Preschoolers ages 3-5 will sing, dance & play/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org



    March 2013



    March 1, 2013      Concert: Third Day

    Performance with musical group, Third Day, featuring special guests… American Idol Finalist Colton Dixon and singer songwriter Josh Wilson/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (855) GFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    March 1-3, 2013      Murder Mystery Dinner

    Partake in a delicious dinner while trying to solve a murder during the production of “Eat, Drink and Be Murdered” by the Glens Falls Community Theatre/ 6PM (Fri. & Sat.), 1PM (Sun.).  The Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1740. gfcommunitytheatre.org


    March 2, 2013      The Amazing Nano Brothers at Wood Theater

    Enjoy educational entertainment with two jugglers who will present a comical intro to atoms, molecules & nanoscale forces/ 10:30AM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    March 2, 2013      Family Wildlife Tracking at Amy’s Park

    Take an easy hike or snowshoe adventure through Amy’s Park (2-2.5 miles) with naturalist Matt Walter/ 9:30AM-1PM. Lake George Land Conservancy at Amy’s Park in Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    March 2, 2013      Hickory Ski Center Telefest 2013

    Tele festivities include Tour De Trees, Tele clinic, Tele gear demos, Telefest Skin Challenge Race, Apres Tele Party with music, & dinner special/ 8AM registration & 9AM lifts open. Hickory Ski Center, Warrensburg. (518) 623-5754. hickoryskicenter.com


    March 2, 2013      Mini Shredders Jibfest

    First annual freestyle comp for kids ages 10 and under; featuring Jam Style at noon, music & fun/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 2-3, 2013      Alpine Skiing Clinic for Women

    Ski clinic for women only featuring video analysis, feedback on personal skiing, discussions, breakfast & lunch/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 3, 2013      Bands ‘N Beans: A Lake George Arts Project Fundraiser

    Enjoy “hot chili & hot music” during this annual fundraiser events featuring various local musicians & bands, as well as restaurant participants; benefits the Lake George Arts Project/ 2-7PM. Roaring Brook Ranch, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    March 7, 2013      Folklife Concert at Crandall Library

    Enjoy a performance by local musicians, Roy Hurd & Frank Orsini/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. Crandalllibrary.org


    March 8-10 2013      All My Sons Production

    This WrightStage/Rabine Productions presents this Arthur Miller showing/ 7:30PM (Fr., & Sat.), & 2PM (Sun.). Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    March 8-10, 2013      Murder Mystery Dinner

    The Glens Falls Community Theatre will be performing “Eat, Drink and Be Murdered” at this dinner theater performance/ 6PM (Fri. & Sat.), 1PM (Sun.).  The Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1740. gfcommunitytheatre.org


    March 9, 2013      Big Air at Little Gore

    Slopestyle event, music & prizes for skiers ages 21 and under/ 3:30PM registration, 5PM competition. Gore Mountain at North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 9, 2013      Maple Sugaring at Up Yonda Farm

    Learn about the basics of maple sugaring in the Adirondacks featuring tapping, collecting & boiling the sap from maple trees and turning it into maple sugar/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    March 9, 2013      Pasta Dinner in Chestertown

    Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner at this Warren County Bicentennial Celebration event/ 5-7PM. Chestertown Fire House, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    March 9, 2013      Thurman Maple Sugar Party

    This fundraiser event jump starts ‘Thurman Maple Days’ in March, featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet & local music/ from 4PM. Thurman Town Hall, Athol. persisgranger.com/ThurmanMapleDays.htm 


    March 9-10, 2013      Telemark Clinic and Glades & Glory Camp at Gore Mountain

    Skiers can participate in two types of programs & experience a lot of thrilling skiing, video analysis, feedback, discussion, breakfast & lunch/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 9-10, 2013      Thurman Maple Days: Weekend 1

    Kick off weekend to the annual Thurman Maple Days (for 3 weekends in March). Visit several Thurman-wide farms to see, learn & experience the making of maple sugar. Take the tour and see how sap from maple trees are tapped, collect & boiled – a unique process that makes pure maple syrup/ 10AM-4PM. Thurman/Athol Region. Click here for more info.


    March 12, 2013      Warren County Bicentennial Celebration: Ringing of the Bells

    To celebrate the Warren County Bicentennial & marking their 1813 incorporation, area town will be ringing their bells at 2PM. Warrenny200.org


    March 15, 2013      Lake George Warriors Compete in NY State High School Boy’s Basketball Championships

    Watch the Lake George Warriors compete in the New York State High School Boy’s Basketball Championships against Moravia High School team in a semi-final match-up/ 5PM. Glens Fall Civic Center, Glens Falls. glensfallscc.com


    March 15, 2013      Warren County Proclamation Day

    Celebrating Warren County Bicentennial with state & assembly proclamation by Warren County Board of Supervisors/ Warren County Municipal Center, 1340 State Route 9 in Lake George. Warrenny200.org


    March 16, 2013      Beach Party Boys & the Jersey Kid

    98.5 WCKM & NBT Bank present this live show/ 7:30PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    March 16, 2013   Basics in Maple Sugaring at Up Yonda Farm

    If you’re interested in learning how maple sugar is made, than you’ll want to participate in Up Yonda’s maple sugaring program… the process of tapping, collecting & boiling sap from maple trees/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    March 16, 2013      Gail’s Bump Clinics at Gore Mountain

    Mogul lessons for skiers/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 16-17, 2013      Sham “Rock” the Block / St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    2nd annual event with traditional Irish & American music, games & food, as well as kids activities, parade (on Sun.), and wagon rides/ 10AM (Sat.) & 12PM (Sun.). Location: Lake George Village. (518) 361-2559, (518) 668-5771.


    March 16-17, 2013      Thurman Maple Days: Weekend 2

    During the second weekend of Thurman Maple Days, take a maple sugar tour to experience the process of making maple sugar. Also enjoy visiting a cheese & alpaca farm on the tour/ 10AM-4PM. Thurman/Athol Region. Click here for more info.


    March 17, 2013      Secondhand Lions Film

    Part of the Wood Theater’s Family Film Series/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    March 17, 2013      Walt’s Bump Contest

    Annual mogul competition event for male & female skiers/ Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 21, 2013      Live Folklife Concert at Crandall Library

    Enjoy listening to traditional Irish songs, ballads & folk music by international performer, Ms. Clancy/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    March 22-24, 2013       Great Upstate Boat Show

    This annual boat show event will featuring two hundred boats & 25 boat dealers/ 11AM-8PM (Fri.), 9AM-7PM (Sat.), 10AM-5PM (Sun.). Adirondack Sports Complex, Queensbury. (518) 791-0070. greatupstateboatshow.com


    March 22-24, 2013      Northern States Junior Hockey League Playoffs Weekend

    The Lake George Fighting Spirit (Junior Hockey Team) competes in the Northern States Hockey League playoffs/ Games are 1PM & 4PM on Saturday, and championship game at 5PM on Sunday. Lake George Forum. (518) 668-2200.  lakegeorgeforum.net


    March 22-24, 2013      Rumors by Neil Simon Performance

    Presented by Our Town Theater Group and directed by Eric Potter/ 7:30PM (Fri. & Sat.) and 2PM (Sun.). Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 406-8840. ottg.org


    March 23, 2013      LGLC Winter Warm Up

    Enjoy a variety of activities, tasty treats, hot drinks, and a bonfire/ 9:30AM-1PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Lake George Recreation Center/Berry Pond Preserve on Transfer Road in Lake George. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    March 23, 2013      Maple Sugaring Program at Up Yonda Farm

    Kids and adults will want to learn the basics of this northeast craft of maple sugaring/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    March 23, 2013      Rise-Up Flash Mob Dance

    Enjoy the exciting FLASH MOB dance, featuring The Glorious Praise Dancers from Church of the Nations in Hadley NY and other dancers from the Northeast. This unique performance, led by Praise dance leader – Nanette Levons, will begin at 12Noon sharp inside Aviation Mall in Queensbury (at the mall vestibule between JCPenney, Famous Footwear and Deb). For more information, visit praiseflashmob-rss.eventbrite.com


    March 23, 2013      Stony Creek Band Performs at Hudson River Music Hall

    The very popular & local favorite, “Stony Creek Band,” will be performing their eclectic repertoire including traditional folk, country, and electric America genres – which will be documented by a live recording/ 7PM. Hudson River Music Hall, 10 Maple Street, Hudson Falls.  stonycreekband.com   hudsonrivermusichall.com


    March 23-24, 2013      Thurman Maple Days: Weekend 3

    It’s the final weekend of Thurman Maple Days. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of going on a maple sugaring tour in the Adirondacks/ 10AM-4PM. Thurman/Athol Region. Click here for more info.


    March 24, 2013       Shamrock Shuffle and The Leprechaun Leap

    Annual event featuring a five mile flat & fast loop, and a 7/8 mile children’s fun run to benefit the Special Olympics of Warren & Washington Counties/ 11AM. Glens Falls High School, 10 Quade Street in Glens Falls. adirondackrunners.org


    March 27, 2013    Dark Wings Program by Adirondack Audubon Society

    Peter Olesheski will discuss bats & owls/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org   southernadirondackaudubon.org


    March 27, 2013      Improvisational Music Playshop

    All musical abilities are invited to this improvisational music workshop/ LARAC (Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council), Glens Falls (518) 798-1144. larac.org


    March 28, 2013      Folklife Concert at Crandall Library

    Rusty Doves will perform a mixture of bluegrass, swing, folk & jazz music/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Easter 2013 Weekend Events!

    Enjoy Easter Activities, Sunrise Services, and Brunches with your family!

    See Easter Events Below:


    March 30, 2013     Easter Egg-stravaganza Egg Hunt

    Vantage Pointe Church will host their 2nd annual egg hunt – thousands of eggs, bounce house, and games; two sessions (11AM-1PM, and 3-5PM); pre-registration is required/ Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. (518) 792-1971. vantagepointechurch.com


    March 30, 2013      Wood Theater Family Film Series: Hop

    Enjoy “Hop,” an Easter-themed comical animation film/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    March 30, 2013      Gore Mountain Maple Festival

    During Easter weekend, enjoy skiing, lift ticket specials, maple candy-making demonstration, maple fare: maple cotton candy, maple snow-cones, pure Adirondack maple syrup, Belgium waffle sundaes with maple walnut ice cream, maple frosted sugar cookies, and live music by “Raisinhead”/ 1-5PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 31, 2013      Easter Sunrise Service in Lake George Village

    Easter morning sunrise ecumenical service with beautiful Lake George as the backdrop/ 6:30AM on the pier in Shepard Park. Pier is adjacent to Shepard Park Beach & along the Lake Front Walkway. Shepard Park is on Canada Street/Route 9 in Lake George Village.


    March 31, 2013      Easter Sunrise Service & Easter Brunch Buffet at Gore Mountain

    Enjoy this unique & beautiful nondenominational service on the top of Bear Mountain (at Gore Mountain) – gondola boarding begins at 6:30AM for 7AM service. Easter Brunch Buffet features pancakes, waffles, french toast, scrambled eggs, bacon & sausage, home fries, assorted bagels & danishes, honey baked ham, roast turkey, cakes & pies, and, beverages, and more – Brunch is served 7:30AM-2PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    March 31, 2013      East Cove’s Easter Champagne Brunch Buffet & 3-Course Holiday Dinners

    Easter Champagne Brunch Buffet features glazed ham, roast turkey, roast sirloin, breakfast items, salad bar, dessert table & more (11AM-2PM). Three-Course Holiday Dinners feature prime ribs of beef, rack of lamb, fish & seafood entrees, salad bar & desserts (starting at 1PM). East Cove Restaurant, Lake George. (518) 668-5265. eastcove.com


    March 31, 2013      Georgian Resorts’ Easter Sunday Brunch

    Indulge in a spectacular Easter brunch featuring breakfast selections, salads, vegetables, cheeses, entrees, carving stations, desserts, and live music by Chuck Kelsey/ 10AM-3PM. Georgian Resort at 384 Canada Street, Lake George Village. Reservations: (518) 668-5401. georgianresort.com



    April 2013



    April 1, 2013      Outdoor Games

    Outdoor kids nature games & activities/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 1, 2013      Trout Seasons Begins Statewide in New York State

    Permitted to fish trout in New York State ponds, rivers & lakes from April 1 – October 15, 2013. Fishing licenses are required.


    April 1-6, 2013       Kid & Family Programs at Up Yonda Farm

    Enjoy a variety of programs for kids & their families including outdoor games, building a bird feeder, nature crafts, guided hikes & more/ 1-2PM each day. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 2, 2013       Film Night at the Crandall Library

    Showing “Beast of the Southern Wild”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 2, 2013       Natural Heritage of NY State

    Learn about the brook trout, beaver, eastern bluebird, and more – all official species & symbols of New York State/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 3, 2013       Build a Bird Feeder

    Make a wooden bird feeder for your backyard and learn what types of bird seed to use/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 3, 2013      Super Happy Fun Time with Kids Songs at Crandall Library

    Interactive sing-along songs for kids 8 and under with local music teacher Cory Austin Avon/ 6:30-7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Fall. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 4, 2013      Nature Crafts

    A family craft program/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 4, 2013      Performance: Parnas/Adragna Trio

    With violinist Madalyn Parnas, cellist Cicely Parnas, and pianist Vincent Adragna; tickets available at Town of Johnsburg Library/ 7PM. Concert at Tannery Pond Community Center, Main St., North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    April 5, 2013      Guided Hike at Up Yonda Farm

    Take a guided hike around the hiking trails of Up Yonda with views of Lake George/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 5, 2013      Hockey Game

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Wilkesbarre Scranton Penguins/ 7PM. Glens Fall Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 5-7, 2013      Spring Home Lifestyle Showcase

    Exhibitors, seminars & demonstrations featuring home decor/ Fri. 4-8PM, Sat. 9AM-6PM, Sun. 10AM-3PM. Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Queensbury. homelifestyleshowcase.com


    April 6, 2013      Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Rochester Americans (also 50/50 raffle at game to support the Glens Falls Medical Mission Foundation)/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 6, 2013      Natural Heritage of NY State

    Learn about the beaver, eastern bluebird and brook trout – official species and symbols of New York State/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 6, 2013      Pond Skimming Contest at Gore Mountain

    Get wet & have fun while skimming across Bullfrog Bog/ 9AM registration, 11AM start. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    April 6-7, 2013      Military Trousers or Overalls Workshop at Fort Ti

    A two day workshop that features the construction techniques & fitting of trousers of soldiers and build your own pair of overalls/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    April 7, 2013      Glens Falls Medical Mission’s FUNdraiser Fiesta

    Entertainment, food, raffles, games & fun to support the Glens Falls Medical Mission Project Guatemala/ 11AM-3PM. Heritage Hall in Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. gfmmf.org


    April 7, 2013      People Pixel Project – Festival of Short Videos

    The Lake George Arts Project’s 4th Annual Festival of Short Videos features screening & award presentation that will showcase 19 short films/videos created by professional & emerging videographers within 100 miles of Lake George. These videos are 3-5 minutes in length & include the following genes: animated, comedy, documentary, narrative & music video/ 3PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    April 7, 2013      Trunks and Travel – A 19th Century Journey

    A presentation focusing on the customs, sights & sounds of travel in late 19th Century New York State including transportation modes, rules, etiquette, attire & social expectations/ 1:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    April 9, 2013      Film Night at the Library

    Showing of “The Loneliest Planet”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 9, 2013      Parade & Award Ceremony for Lake George Basketball Team’s State Championship

    Everyone is invited to celebrate the Lake George Warriors Basketball Team’s State Championship Win! This Ticket-Tape Parade will feature the players, coaches, & staff riding on fire apparatus and showered with ticker tape as the Lake George Community Band & the High School Drum Line lead the parade. Area fire departments will also be participating in the parade – including Lake George, Queensbury Central, Bay-Ridge, North Queensbury & West Glens Falls. There will be an awards ceremony to follow. Parade begins at 5PM (parade route: from the Lake George Firehouse on Amherst Street to Canada Street to Lake George High School Gymnasium). Awards Ceremony is at 5:30PM (inside the gymnasium). Call for more info: (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5452.


    April 11, 2013      Concert at the Library

    Enjoy listening to old-time New England, Appalachian & original music performed by Vermont based band, “Mayfly” (Katie Trautz and Julia Wayne)/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 11, 2013      The World of Mammals with George Steele

    Learn about mammals and the tracks they leave. Bring a plain t-shirt to make your own animal track t-shirt/ 3:15PM. The Town of Chester Library, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. northwarren.com


    April 11, 2013      Worldwide Thursdays

    Kids ages 3-5 will learn international songs & dances/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    April 12, 2013      Hockey Game

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Springfield Falcons/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 13, 2013      Garden & Landscape Symposium

    A one day symposium featuring practical & easy strategies for expanding & improving your garden or landscape/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    April 13, 2013      Guided Hike at Up Yonda Farm

    Take a guided hike around the hiking trails of Up Yonda Farm with spectacular views of Lake George/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 13, 2013      LGLC Volunteer Orientation

    Lake George Land Conservancy is looking for volunteers to help in any way – from trail stewardship to event planning/ 10AM-12PM. Lake George Land Conservancy office at 4905 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    April 13, 2013      Roast Pork Dinner

    Enjoy homemade roast pork dinner make by local cooks/ 4-7PM. Pottersville United Methodist Church, 7899 Rout 9, Pottersville. (518) 494-3374. northwarren.com


    April 14, 2013      Hockey Game at Civic Center

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Binghamton Senators/ 3PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 16, 2013      Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Hitchcock”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 17, 2013       Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy – Caldwell Library Program

    Mathew Glavin, author of the novel, “Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy,” will discuss how Joseph Bonaparte (brother of Napoleon) may have buried royal treasure near his Adirondack Estate/ 7PM. Caldwell-Lake George Library, Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-2528.  visitlakegeorge.com   lakegeorgelibrary.blogspot.com


    April 18, 2013      Concert at the Library

    Enjoy listening to authentic bluegrass, folk & original songs by the band, PossumHaw/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 19, 2013      Hockey Game

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Hershey Bears/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 20, 2013      Chili Night For Children’s Camp Fund

    Help raise money for the Children’s Camp Fund by attending this community chili dinner/ 5-7PM. Community Methodist Church, Church Street, Chestertown. (518) 494-3374. visitlakegeorge.com


    April 20, 2013      Family Activities at the Chapman Museum

    A children’s program that includes a reading of a book (“Railway Children”) on Victorian England, and take a look at Victorian children’s clothes, games, and crafts/ 1-3PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    April 20, 2013      5K Race & Walk to Benefit SUNY Adirondack CARES Program

    A fun race and walk to benefit SUNY Adirondack CARES Program, a kick off event to this year’s National Volunteer Week/ 8:30AM. SUNY Adirondack, Bay Road, Queensbury. (518) 743-2282. active.com


    April 20, 2013      Hockey Game

    Adirondack Phantoms versus Springfield Falcons/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. phantomshockey.com


    April 20, 2013      Spring Birding

    Learn to identify common Adirondack birds in spring and discover their activity/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 21, 2013      Fort Fever Series: Very Well Prepared for the British Army

    Take a guided walking tour to view the redans, redoubts & entrenchments built to fortify the fort in 1776/ 2PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    April 21, 2013      Lake George Community Band Spring Concert

    Performance of marches, show tunes & broadway songs/ Lake George High School Auditorium, Lake George Village. lgcb.org


    April 21, 2013      Lake George Half Marathon 5K Fun Run

    Partake in a Half Marathon (8AM), 5k Run/Walk (8:15AM), or fun Run (9:45AM), with awards presentations/ starts & finishes at Fort William Henry Hotel (parking lot across from LG Steamboat Co.), Lake George Village. runlakegeorgehalf.com


    April 21, 2013      Lies Will Be Told Today: A Cabin Fever Sunday Series

    Chris Shaw, a local singer, songwriter, and storyteller, will be performing afternoon songs & stories about his native Adirondacks/ 1:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. adkmuseum.org  tpcca.org


    April 21, 2013      Spruce Mountain Hike

    An exclusive 3.6 mile round-trip hike up Spruce Mountain to view Lake George with Richard Hayes Phillips & the Lake George Land Conservancy/ 10AM-1PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Spruce Mountain, Putnam. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    EarthEarth Day / Earth Week

    Monday, April 22, 2013 is the official Earth Day. Events begin taking place on Sunday April 21st and through the week. Check out the Earth Day – Earth Week Page for more info.


     April 23, 2013      Film Night at the Library

    Showing the film, “Give Me the Banjo”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 24, 2013      REO Speedwagon and STYX Perform at Civic Center

    Tickets available/ Show begins at 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls 1-855-GFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    April 25, 2013      Concert at the Library

    Performance by the band “Quickstep,” playing a variety of old-time & original songs/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    April 25, 2013      Worldwide Thursdays

    Kids ages 3-5 will learn international songs & dances/ 2-2:30PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    April 26-27, 2013      Preserving the Haunt – Para History Con

    Meet & Greet, lectures, movie screening, ghost hunt investigation, and all inclusive packages available/ 6PM. Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center, Lake George Village. (888) 389-4554. fortwilliamhenry.com


    April 27, 2013      Natural Heritage of NY State

    Find out the official symbols and species of NY State including brook trout, beaver & eastern bluebird/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    April 27, 2013      Bus Trip to Bronx Zoo

    Take a day trip to the Bronx Zoo; reservations must be made in advance/ 6AM departure from & 9PM return to North Warren Central School parking, Chestertown. (518) 494-7725. northwarren.com


    April 27, 2013      Pow Wow

    Sample Native American cuisine, learn about symbolic markings, see the large tipi, and enjoy kids’ crafts, pony rides & more/ 10AM-4PM. Wolf Pond Stables, 473 Wolf Pond Road, Thurman. wolfpondstables.com


    April 27, 2013      Owl Prowl

    Take a night-time hike with the Lake George Land Conservancy to search for owls and learn their different sounds (approx. 5 miles round-trip)/ 7-10PM. Lynn LaMontagne Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    April 28, 2013      Herb Talk with Veronica Ross

    Herb talk & demonstration with horticulturalist Veronica Ross (manager of Lazy River Farms Garden Center in Lake George)  – presented by Antiques Market Place at Sutton’s.  Learn how to grow an indoor herb garden using vintage & antique containers, how to properly care for herbs, and how to use a variety of vintage & antique items as planters/ 1PM demonstration, followed by an herb sale. Antiques Market Place, 1066 State Route 9 in Queensbury (adjacent to Sutton’s Market Place). (518) 798-0010.


    April 30, 2013      End of Ice Fishing Season

    Season ends for fishing northern pike, tiger muskellunge, pickerel & walleye in Warren County. Visit the New York State DEC website for more info: dec.ny.gov/outdoor/32368.html


    April 30, 2013      Life of Pi – Free Showing at Library

    Enjoy a free viewing of, “Life of Pi” – the Oscar winning film for best director (Ang Lee), best visual effects, and best cinematography/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org



    May 2013



    May 1, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the “The Red Violin”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 1, 2013       SUNY Adirondack Student Recital

    Enjoy these performances presented by SUNY Adirondack Music Department/ 7:30PM. SUNY Adirondack Theater, Bay Road, Queensbury. (518) 743-2200. sunyacc.edu


    May 2, 2013       SUNY Adirondack Student Recital #2

    Vocal & guitar ensemble presented by the SUNY Adirondack Music Department/ 7:30PM. Church of the Messiah Episcopal Church, 296 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 743-2200. sunyacc.edu


    May 2, 2013       Warrensburg Spring Garden Lecture & Pot Luck Luncheon

    Annual healthy eating & school gardens presentation presented by the Warrensburgh Beautification Committee/ 11:30AM. The Glen Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497.


    May 2 – 16, 2013        Advocate Weeks: Help Support Local Conservation Efforts

    Help raise money for the Lake George Association’s (LGA) lake saving projects by purchasing a pair of patagonia footwear at Fountain Square Outfitter in Glens Falls between May 2-16 and Patagonia will donate $10 of the purchase price to the LGA/ Fountain Square Outfitters, 1 Ridge Street, Glens Falls. (518) 932-8355. fountainsquareoutfitters.com lakegeorgeassociation.org


    May 3, 2013       Classic Car Cruise & Car Hop

    Cruise through downtown and enjoy music/ 6:30-10:30PM. Panther Mountain Inn, Main Street, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    May 3, 2013       Rolling Roots Revue

    Showing the Wepecket Island’s Rolling Roots Revue/ 8PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    May 3-5, 2013       Adirondack Adventure Festival

    Celebrate the Adirondacks during this 4th annual event featuring free river raft rides, guided hikes, fly fishing demos, Kids fishing tournament, SUNY Adirondack Adventure Program, North Country Wild Care/ Birds of Prey, kids activities, live music, food, and the 56th Annual White Water Derby/ Riverfront Park, North Creek. (518) 251-2612. AdirondackAdventureFestival.com


    May 3-5, 2013       Glens Falls Community Theatre Performance

    Enjoy three performances of the production, “Harvey,” which features the kind character of Elwood P. Dowd & his friendship with a 6 foot tall invisible rabbit named Harvey. Performed by the Glens Falls Community Theatre/ 8PM (Fri. & Sat.) and 2PM (Sun.). Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. gfcommunitytheatre.org  woodtheater.org


    May 4, 2013       American Legion Boat Ride & Steak Roast

    Take a cruise on Lake George aboard the Lake George Steamboat Company’s Lac du Saint Sacrament (12-2PM), and enjoy a steak roast, live music & dancing at the American Legion Post 374 on Route 9L in Lake George (4PM)/ (518) 668-2045. nylegionpost374.org


    May 4, 2013       Chris O’Connor Charity Golf Tournament

    Four person scramble charity event/ 9AM. Cronin’s Golf Resort, Warrensburg. oconnorcharitygolf.com


    May 4, 2013       Glens Falls Brewfest

    Fundraiser event for the the Adirondack Theatre Festival & the Feeder Canal Alliance – featuring tastings of craft beers and ales made by local, regional & national brewers/ 4-8PM. The Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. glensfallsbrewfest.org


    May 4, 2013       Lake George Land Conservancy Volunteer Work Day – Gazebo Care

    Join the Lake George Land Conservancy to tidy up Pilot Knob’s gazebo, clean up the storage garage, and work on the blue trail/ 9:30AM-2PM. Lynn LaMontagne Schumann Preserve at Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    May 4, 2013       Shirt Factory Spring Open House

    Original work by Shirt Factory artists, artisans & craftsmen displayed for the public to view/ 10AM-5PM. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    May 4-5, 2013       Hudson River Whitewater Derby

    56th Annual downriver race for canoers & kayakers featuring slalom & downriver races. whitewaterderby.com


    May 4-5, 2013       Lake George Village-Wide Garage Sale

    9AM-5PM. Village & Town-wide in Lake George. (518) 668-5771, (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    May 5, 2013       Chester Library Wine Tasting

    Enjoy wine samplings from around the world, hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction with donations by local businesses & artists; benefit event for Chester Library/ 1-4PM. Friends Lake Inn, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    May 5, 2013       Lake George Chamber Orchestra Concert

    Performance by the Lake George Chamber Orchestra including the works of Brahms, Strauss, and Spohr with guest soloist, pianist John Tu/ 2PM. Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 798-8962. lgco.org


    May 6, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Bully”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 7, 2013       Film Night at Crandall Library

    Enjoy the film, “The Red Violin”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 8, 2013       The War of 1812: Songs & Stories of New York

    Concert with Dave Ruch, who portrays the War of 1812 through songs & stories of the people/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Fall. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 10-12, 2013       Girlfriends Getaway in Bolton Landing

    A weekend for women to “relax the body, renew the mind and refresh the spirit” – featuring wellness workshops, fitness classes, fashion show, SUP, kayaking, bellydancing & more/ Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing. girlfriendsgetawaybolton.com  Also contact the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce for more info: (518) 644-3831. www.boltonchamber.com


    May 11, 2013       Pond Life

    Learn all about the creatures around a freshwater pond including the giant water bug, dragonfly, water boatman and more; how they adapt to life underwater & connect to each other/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    May 11, 2013       Prospect Mountain Road Race

    Adirondack Runners’ annual 5.67 mile race up Prospect Mountain in Lake George; registration required. adirondackrunners.org


    May 11, 2013       Richard Library Annual Book Sale

    Enjoy this great event featuring great selections of books, readings by local authors, live music and presentations/ 9AM-4PM. Richards Library, Warrensburg. (518) 623-3011.


    May 11, 2013       Ustaad Khan and Friends Music

    Concert featuring folk/traditional Indian tabla drum rhythms and classical pieces based on Rumi poetry presented by the Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 8PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. tpcca.org


    May 12, 2013       Elizabeth Pitcairn & Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra Performance

    Pre-concert talk at 3PM, and concert at 4PM. Glens Falls High School, 10 Quade Street, Glens Falls. (518) 793-1348. gfso.org


    May 12, 2013       Forbidden Broadway

    A funny musical roast of Broadway/ 7:30PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    happy mother's day

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    Treat mom to a memorable Mother’s Day:

    • Find Champagne Brunches, lunches & Dinner Specials on the Mother’s Day page.
    • Find Mother’s Day Cruises on Lake George below:

    May 12, 2013       Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise on Lake George with Lake George Steamboat Co.

    Mothers will love this champagne brunch cruise on Lake George aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement; mothers sail free/ 12-2PM (boarding begins at 11AM). Lake George Steamboat Company, Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com

    May 12, 2013      Mother’s Day Cruises on Lake George with Shoreline Cruises

    Make Mother’s Day a memorable one, by treating mom to a cruise on beautiful Lake George. Three cruises offered: 12Noon, 1:30PM, and 3PM/ Shoreline Cruises, 2 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George Village. (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com  *Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch also offered at Shoreline Restaurant – find out more on the Mother’s Day page.


    May 14, 2013       Author Anne Easter Smith Talk

    Anne Easter Smith will talk about, “Royal Mistress,” her new historical novel/ 2-3:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 14, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the “Red Tails”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 17, 2013       4th Annual Conference on Colonial America for Educators

    Historical conference focusing on the period of 1609-1783 for teachers, museum educators & archivists/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 17-19, 2013       18th Annual War College of the Seven Year’s War

    Historical conference featuring a variety of speakers discussing subjects relating to the French & Indian War/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.fortticonderoga.org


    May 17-19, 2013       Lake George Performance Weekend

    Formerly Queens Boat Race, this weekend will feature performance powerboat demonstrations on Saturday, and sailboats on Sunday/ Beach Road, Lake George (518) 644-3080. perfmar.com/lake-george-performance-weekend


    May 18, 2013       Adirondack Brook Trout Fishing Past & Present

    Talks and demonstrations on trout fishing with Mark Brown & friends; a featured Warren County Bicentennial Celebration event/ 2PM. Warrensburgh Museum, Warrensburg. whs12885.org


    May 18, 2013       Adirondack Mountain Club’s Black Fly Affair

    Celebrate clean waters 1960’s style aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement on Lake George; supports ADK’s efforts to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species/ 6:30-10PM. Adirondack Mountain Club at the Lake George Steamboat Company, Lake George. 800-395-8080. adk.org


    May 18, 2013      Barney Barnhart Fishing Derby for Kids

    Kids 15 years and younger can enter the fishing derby, prizes for every catch, door prizes, ice cream certificates & lunch/ registration at 8AM, 12PM lunch. Mill Pond State Route 8, Brant Lake. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    May 18, 2013      Chicken & Biscuit Dinner

    Enjoy a home cooked meal/ 5-7PM. Chestertown United Methodist Church, Chestertown. (518) 494-7617. northwarren.com


    May 18, 2013       Gary Allan Performs

    Come see this Country star, who has sold over 7 million albums, perform/ 7PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (833) GFFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    May 18, 2013       Lake George Land Conservancy Rookery Ramble

    Take a 2.5 mile round trip hike with the Lake George Land Conservancy to Gull Bay Preserve to watch the returning of the great blue heron/ 9AM-1PM. Gull Bay Preserve, Putnam. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    May 18, 2013       Pond Life at Up Yonda Farm

    Learn all about the giant water bug, dragonfly, & water boatman – the creatures around a freshwater pond – including how they adapt to life underwater and are connected to each other/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    May 18, 2013      Perennial Plant Sale

    Find a variety of perennials, fruits, vegetables & herbs; benefit event for the civic beautification & community service projects/ 9AM-2PM. Shepard Park, Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 798-9657. lakegeorgecommunitygardenclub.org


    May 18, 2013       Spring Plant Sale at King’s Garden

    Annual pre-season plant sale of perennials; volunteers will answer questions/ 10AM-2PM. Kings Garden at Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 18, 2013       3rd Annual SMSA 5K Run

    From 9AM to 11AM. St. Mary’s Academy, Church Street, Glens Falls. cityofglensfalls.com


    May 18, 2013       Photography Workshop: Perfect Pictures Every Time – for Point n’ Shoot & DSLR

    Join award-winning professional nature photographer, Carl Heilman II, on this one day nature photo workshop for beginners to intermediate photographers – featuring basic camera instruction for digital & film, camera features, digital workflow, tips & techniques, Q & A, and practice time (photographing gentle spring landscapes in the Southeastern Adirondacks/ Brant Lake area); registration required/ Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    May 18, 2013      Zopher’s Kids Club: Cockatoucan

    Kids will enjoy the reading of the book, “Cockatoucan” by Edith Nesbit, a game, crafts & refreshments/ 1-3PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    May 18-19, 2013       1st Annual Italian Festival & Craft Show

    The Village of Lake George is sponsoring their first annual Italian Festival featuring Italian festivities – including catered foods, wine tasting, sweets, entertainment, kids activities (bounce house, pony rides, hayrides, games), dunking booth, plant sale, squashing of the grapes, and the very finest arts & crafts vendors/ Takes place throughout Shepard Park and on Canada Street in front of the park, Lake George Village. Arts & Crafts Show 9AM-6PM, entertainment during evening. (518) 668-5771. lgcraftshows.vpweb.com


    May 18-19       Fort William Henry Community Appreciation Weekends

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga & Essex Counties will receive free admission to the fort; this applies to many other weekends throughout the season. Fort William Henry Museum, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    May 18-19, 2013       Performance by Glens Falls Ballet and Dance Center & Glens Falls Dance Company

    Spring Dance Concert/ 1PM & 6:45PM (Sat.) and 11AM & 2PM (Sun.). Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    May 19, 2013       Photography Tour: Spring Landscapes in the High Peaks Adirondack Region

    Join award-winning professional nature photographer, Carl Heilman II, on this one day nature photography tour workshop; travel to several Adirondack locations in the Lake Placid/Keene area of the Adirondacks to capture wide angle scenics and macro or telephoto details; these locations reveal dramatic landscapes during May with their showery, misty conditions & spring flowers & greenery in lower elevations; registration required/ Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    May 19, 2013       Ride with Vets Bicycle Ride

    Take a morning ride alongside Veterans through the beautiful Adirondacks/ 7:15AM brief ceremony, followed by bicycle ride at 7:30AM & cookout at approx. 12Noon. Begins at Chestertown Municipal Center & ends at the Monument Site in Crandall Park, Glens Falls. Visit website for more info: gwotmonument.org


    May 21, 2013      Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “First Position”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 22, 2013       Piccadilly Circus

    Enjoy the all new show, Piccadilly Circus BLAMMO!,” featuring the Cossak Warriors on horseback, motorcycle Nitro Cowboys, camels, zebras, ponies, clowns, comedy acts, and more/ 4:30PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (833) GFFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    May 23, 2013       Glens Falls, the Adirondacks & the Photography of Richard Dean

    As part of the Warren County Bicentennial Lecture series (co-hosted by the Chapman Museum), enjoy a presentation of the many Adirondack images by Richard Dean from the 1950′s & 60′s – presented by his grandson & Adirondack photographer, Mark Bowie/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org chapmanmuseum.org


    May 24, 2013       Saratoga 150 Kickoff Celebration and Fireworks

    Kickoff of the Saratoga 150 Celebration (commemorating the birth of thoroughbred racing in Saratoga) featuring live music, family activities, magicians, storytellers, clowns, old-fashioned picnic supper, and fireworks/ SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    May 24-26, 2013       Annual Flea Market & Collectibles Sale

    Find an assortment of unique treasures, and come early for the fabulous $5.00 breakfast/ 5-9PM (Fri.), 9AM-5PM (Sat.), & 10AM-3PM (Sun.). Lake George Forum, Route 9, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.com


    May 24-26, 2013      Pick’n & Sing’n GottaGetGon Festival

    Folk music festival/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. (518) 882-6809. pickingandsinging.org


    May 25, 2013       The King’s Garden Opens for Season

    First day of the season to enjoy the colors & scents of the Fort’s gardens, and take a tour to view the beautiful landscapes/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 25, 2013       Photo Tour with Carl Heilman II: Rivers, Waterfalls and Lakes

    Join award-winning nature professional nature photographer, Carl Heilman II, on one of his Adirondack Nature Digital Photography Tours; during this one day workshop, travel to several Adirondack locations in the Lake Pleasant/ Lewey Lake/ Sacandaga River area and enjoy capturing the lakes, gentle cascades, waterfalls & spring landscapes; reservations required/ Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    May 25, 2013      Pond Life

    Learn all about the creatures around a freshwater pond including the giant water bug, dragonfly, water boatman and more; discover how they adapted to life underwater & are connected to each other/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    May 25, 2013        17th Annual Open Epee Competition

    Co-sponsored by the Middlebury Fencing Club (rain date is on Sunday May 26)/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 25-26, 2013       SPAC Concert: Dave Matthews Band

    With special guest Galactic/ 7PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    May 25-27, 2013      Schroon Lake’s “Opening Weekend” Celebration

    Schroon Lake celebrates their official start of summer with many festivities: expo in the park, family activities, musical entertainment, restaurant specials, petting zoo, vendors & artists, exhibits from non-profit & community groups, community garage sale, open mic at the Bandstand, raffles, and more/ Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7675. schroonlakechamber.org  schroonlakeopeningweekend.org


    May 25-27, 2013      Patty’s Water Sports’ Memorial Day Weekend Tent Sale

    Save up to 50% off select water sports merchandise; also find a huge selection of Stand Up Paddleboards in stock/ 9AM-5PM. Patty’s Water Sports (on Lake George): A Division of Boats By George, 291 Cleverdale Road, Cleverdale. (518) 656-9353. pattyswatersports.com


    May 26, 2013      Walking Tour of Union Cemetery

    Help benefit the restoration of the Union Cemetery Iron Fence Fund/ 1:30PM. Union Cemetery, Upper Broadway, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    May 28, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Kinyarwanda”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Fall. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    May 29, 2013       Gospel Jam

    The Bluebillies host this event for pickers and listeners/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    May 29, 2013       Improvisational Music Playshop

    Experiment with music, for beginners to skilled musicians/ 7-8:30PM. LARAC, Glens Falls. (518) 798-1144. larac.org


    May 29 – June 2, 2013       Lake George Elvis Festival

    10th Annual Elvis Presley event featuring over 60 performers, classic car parade, and more/ Lake George Forum & Village/Town-Wide, Lake George. (888) 406-5885. lakegeorgeelvisfest.com


    May 30, 2013       Agricultural & Environmental Documentary Film

    Showing of “Genetic Roulette”/ 7PM. Grind N Gears Cafe, Main Street, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497.


    May 31, 2013       Greenwich Relay for Life

    Help raise money & awareness for the American Cancer Society/ Begins Friday at 7PM thru Saturday morning at 6AM. Greenwich High School Track, 10 Gray Ave., Greenwich. (518) 454-4002. greenwichchamber.org


    May 31, 2013       WWE Live

    Enjoy your favorite wrestlers when WWE comes to town/ 7:30PM. Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. (833) GFFCC-TIX. glensfallscc.com


    May 31 – June 1, 2013       Relay for Life

    Annual fundraiser event to help support the American Cancer Society/ 6PM. Queensbury High School, Aviation Road, Queensbury. (518) 792-5377. relayforlife.org/queensburyNY


    May 31 – June 2, 2013       ESTRA Tow Truck Convention

    30th annual event presented by the Empire State Towing & Recovery Association, featuring tow trucks on display, demonstrations, kids activities, beauty contests, and more/ 12-5PM (Fri.), 9AM-5PM (Sat.), and 9AM-3PM (Sun.). Fort William Henry Conference Center, Lake George. (888) 853-7872. estranys.com



    June 2013



    June 1, 2013       “The Battenkill Runs Through It” Beach & Music Festival

    Enjoy a full day of live music and river-related activities including kayaking & canoeing rides, fly-tying & fly-casting demos, kid’s science table, and more/ 12-5PM. Greenwich Town Beach, Route 29, Greenwich. (518) 677-2545. greenwichchamber.org


    June 1, 2013       Guided Nature History Walks

    Take a guided nature walk with Biological Technician Linda White to learn about the amazing flowers & trees in areas of the park/ 10-11:30AM. Battlefield at the Saratoga National Historical Park, Route 32, Stillwater. (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    June 1, 2013       Honey Bees

    Learn all about these working bees including how they work full time/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    June 1, 2013       Martin’s Lumber Guided Wood Walk

    Enjoy guided wood walk to help understand sustainability at this certified tree farm; family fun day featuring demonstrations of sawmill, spoon carving, stained glass stepping stones, paper beads, rustic home accents, timber frame construction demos, Native American info & crafts & more; discover how selective cutting and environmental awareness saves forests/ 10AM-4PM. Martin’s Lumber & Tree Farm, 280 Valley Road, Thurman. (518) 623-9595. thurmannyevents.com


    June 1, 2013        National Trails Day Celebration & Work Day at Hudson Crossing Park

    In celebration of America’s national trail system, help prepare the Park for the summer/ 10AM. Hudson Crossing Park, US. Route 4, just north of Schuylerville. hudsoncrossingpark.org


    June 1, 2013       National Trails Day: Volunteer Work Day – Gardens & Grounds

    Help replace markers, get the trails ready for the season, and clean up water bars & swales/ 9AM-3PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Cat and Thomas Mts Preserve, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    June 1-8, 2013        Americade 2013

    The world’s largest mulit-brand motorcycle touring rally held annually in and around the greater Lake George Region. Visit website for full schedule of activities: americade.com


    June 1-9, 2013       Warrensburg Bike Rally

    Annual event featuring vendors selling motorcycle accessories & products/ Warrens County Fairgrounds, Schroon River Road, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    June 2, 2013        Prospect Mountain POW/ MIA Memorial Service

    Honor all POWs and MIAs on the summit of Prospect Mountain; refreshments at the Lake George American Legion Post to follow/ 1PM. Prospect Mountain, Lake George. (518) 504-4202.


    June 2, 2013        SPAC Concert: Brad Paisley

    With special guests: Chris Young & Lee Brice/ 7PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 4, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Parental Guidance”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 4, 2013       Planning & Planting the Medicinal Herb Garden

    Help plan & plant the herb garden in the King’s Garden with local herbalist Nancy Scarzello; learn how to choose perennial & annual herbs, which plants do best, plant placement, retail sources for herb seeds, and more/ 2:30-4PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    June 5, 2013        Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Mohawk Valley/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 5, 2013        Bluebillies Fever Goin’ Round

    Enjoy honky-tonk country & bluegrass music by The Bluebillies; also 50/50 raffle and refreshments/ 2-4PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    June 5, 2013        Ranger Guided Evening Bike Tour

    Take a 5 mile gentle bike ride through sections of this historic park/ 6-8PM. Battlefield at the Saratoga National Historical Park, Route 32, Stillwater. (518) 670-2985. nps.gov/sara


    June 6, 2013        Granville Summer Concert Series

    Performance by the “Starline Rhythm Boys” band/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    June 6, 2013       Riverside School Bell Awards Ceremony & Reception

    The public is welcome/ 5PM. Old Fort House Museum, 29 Broadway, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    June 6, 2013       Talk: Behind the Scenes – Intriguing Stories from the Warren County Archives

    Tom Lynch, retired Warren County Records Manager (2004-2012), will present his favorite governmental records from the county’s archives with unique & fascinating stories; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library/ 7PM at Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    June 7, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Amsterdam/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 7, 2013       Rhubarb Festival & Farmers’ Market

    During Warrensburg’s Farmers’ Market, enjoy festivities including food samplings, recipes, & food contests; horticultural info & plants available/ 3-6PM. Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, River Street, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497. warrensburgchamber.com


    June 7, 2013       25th Annual Chapman Golf Tournament

    Lunch & golf with new special features this year; signup/ 12Noon lunch & 1PM golf start. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    June 7-8, 2013       Bolton Bikes & Bands

    Enjoy live music with Bobby Dick & Suzie Q (2-5PM on Fri.) and Collette & the Mudcats (2-5PM Sat.) and arts & crafts/ 10AM-5PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    June 7-9, 2013         Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival

    A full weekend of fun at this annual event featuring dawn & dusk balloon launches, outdoor concerts, pancake breakfast, flea markets, vendors, strawberry shortcake sale, car show, food, fireworks & more/ Balloons launch from the Cambridge Central School on Route 22 (weather permitting), fireworks on Friday at the Cambridge Guest Home Park on South Union Street, and other activities throughout the Cambridge Area. See website for schedule. (518) 677-0887. balloonfest.wordpress.com


    June 8, 2013        Chicken & Biscuit Dinner

    Enjoy a home cooked meal at this church supper/ 5-7PM. Pottersville United Methodist Church, Route 9, Pottersville (518) 494-2840. northwarren.com


    June 8, 2013         Elks Flag Day Parade

    Enjoy the day/ Begins on N. Broadway & ends at Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-2585. saratoga.org


    June 8, 2013        Guide Workshop at the Old Fort House Museum

    By Elizabeth O’Leary/ 11AM. Old Fort House Museum, 29 Broadway, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    June 8, 2013       Live Music and Pizza at Salem Art Works

    Listen to regional musicians perform and enjoy a slice of homemade pizza baked on site/ 6:30PM. Salem Art Works, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.com


    June 8, 2013        Photography Workshop with Carl Heilman II: Perfect Pictures Every Time

    Join award-winning nature professional nature photographer, Carl Heilman II, on one of his comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop for beginner to intermediate photographers; learn camera basics, camera features, digital workflow, lighting & other tips & techniques, Q & A session, and practice time available at nearby locations/ 12-8PM. Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. at View, a non-profit multi-arts center in Old Forge. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    June 8, 2013        Saratoga Chamber Players

    The Upper Hudson Musical Arts presents the String Quintets: violinists Jill Levy & Theresa Salomon, violist Jessica Troy, cellist Myron Lutzke, and double bassist John Feeney, performing works of Von Dittersdorf, Onslow, and Dvorak/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. upperhudsonmusicalarts.org tpcca.org


    June 8, 2013       Young Performers Showcase

    High school and college musicians will be performing/ 2PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    June 9, 2013       Adirondack Car Enthusiasts Charity Car Show

    9AM-4PM. Crandall Park, Glens Falls. cityofglensfalls.com


    June 9, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Elmira/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 9, 2013        Guided Hike Up Cook Mountain

    Enjoy spectacular views of Lake George and Lake Champlain from the summit of Cook Mountain, a 3 mile challenging round-trip hike/ 10AM-1PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Cook Mountain Preserve, Ticonderoga. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    June 9, 2013       Hudson Crossing Triathlon

    Watch or participate/ 8AM start. Hudson Crossing Park, US. Route 4, just north of Schuylerville. hudsoncrossingpark.org


    June 9-15, 2013       Lake George Region Restaurant Week

    Participating Lake George area restaurants will offer a select three course menu (appetizer, entree & dessert) for a fixed price of only $20.13; sponsored by the Lake George Chamber of Commerce. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    June 11, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Adirondack/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 11, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “32nd Black Maria Film & Video Festival”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 12, 2013       Warren County Bicentennial Celebration

    In Celebration of Warren County’s 200 year anniversary, join Warren County Board of Supervisors & State dignitaries; enjoy bicentennial town markers presentation, historical post cards, entertainment by students, and more/ 10AM-3PM. Old County Courthouse, 290 Canada Street, Lake George. warrenny200.org


    June 13, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    “Blue & Gold Night” (GCS) will be performing – students will be showcasing their musical talents / 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    June 13, 2013        Lake George Institute of History, Art & Science Program

    Lake George area historian & writer, Marissa Muratori, will present a program on the 1930s iconic couple, Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz/ 6:30PM. Lake George Institue of History, Art & Science (formerly Lake George Historical Association Museum – Old County Courthouse), 290 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5044. lakegeorgehistorical.org


    June 13, 2013       Whitehall Flag Day

    Ceremony in the park/ 6PM. Riverside Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    June 14, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Albany/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 14, 2013      Golf Tournament

    Tri-Lakes Business Alliance sponsors 18 hole/ 4 person scramble tournament – includes golf, cart, lunch, 4 hole in one prizes, lunch, dinner, and raffles/ 1-8PM. Green Mansions Golf Club, 207 Darrowsville Rd., Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    June 14, 2013       Greenwich Flag Day Celebration

    The Greenwich Elks celebrate and honor our American flag/ 6PM. Elks Lodge, Route 40S, Greenwich. (518) 692-2061. greenwichchamber.org


    June 14-15, 2013       Thurman Old Home Days

    A fun-filled historic weekend! Flag Day ceremony honoring Vets, and music by “Warren County Ramblers” on Friday 5-9PM; also military encampment, live music by “Vintage Country” & “The String Dusters,” historical presentation, kid’s activities, and fireworks on Saturday starting at 11AM/ Veterans’ Memorial Field, Athol. (518) 623-9649. thurman-ny.com


    June 14-15, 2013       Whipple City Festival Festival

    21st annual family-fun festival featuring: parade, 5K & Fun Walk, book sale, food, evening concerts, local crafters, live entertainment, carnival games, horse & wagon rides, exhibits, family activities and much more; visit website for schedule/ Village & Parks, Greenwich. (518) 692-7979. greenwichchamber.org


    June 14-16, 2013       Friends of Crandall Public Library Book Sale

    Choose from a variety of selections at this annual book sale/ 9AM-5PM (Fri.), 9AM-4PM (Sat.), 1-4PM (Sun.). Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 14-16, 2013       Holistic Retreat at Wiawaka Holiday House

    Relax the mind & body at this holistic retreat featuring yoga, massage, chakra energy building, guided lakeside meditation, paddle boat & lake tour; lodging & meals included/ 6PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Route 9L, Lake George. wiawaka.org


    June 14-16, 2013       Log Home & Timber Frame Show

    Learn about building your custom log & timber dream home; meet log & timber farm home manufacturers & dealers, attend demonstrations & seminars, meet artisans, & home designers/ 1-7PM (Fri.), 10AM-6PM (Sat.), 10AM-4PM (Sun.) Lake George Forum, Lake George. (518) 668-2200. lakegeorgeforum.net


    June 14-16, 2013       Museum Program: Understanding Your Camera & Basics of Digital Photography

    First part out of a 5 part series with professional photographer Tom Dwyer; this 1st program, for beginners thru intermediate levels, will focus on expanding your skills & technique for capturing outdoor photography; registration required/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    June 15, 2013       All American Soap Box Derby

    11th annual Glens Falls Soap Box Derby/ Murray Street Hill, Glens Falls. (518) 792-2143. glensfallssoapboxderby.com


    June 15, 2013       Bass Season Begins in New York State

    Fishing for bass is permitted in New York State ponds, rivers, lakes and streams; make sure to purchase your fishing license/ dec.ny.gov/outdoor/38365.html


    June 15, 2013      Campaign Kick-Off Event

    A family fun campaign kick-off event for Rachel Seeber, candidate for Supervisor at large for the Town of Queensbury – featuring a backyard barbecue (hamburgers, hotdogs & more), family fun activities (bouncy house, dunking booth & face painting) and live music (featuring “Dirt Cheap”); tickets are $20 in advance & $30 at the door/ 3-7PM rain or shine (live music starting at 4PM) at The Blue Moose Tavern & Restaurant, Route 9 (just north of Great Escape) in Queensbury.


    June 15, 2013       Ceremonial Burial of the Unknown Odd Fellows

    A celebration of Warren County Bicentennial: reception, special exhibit of local Odd Fellows, music, and ceremonial burial of remains from Warrensburg I.O.O.F. Lodge/ 11AM. Warrensburg Cemetery on Hudson Street and Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2207. whs12885.org


    June 15, 2013       5K Run for the Ages

    Support Big Brothers Big Sisters and Glens Falls Senior Center; 98.5 WCKM broadcasting live; pre-registration required/ 8-9AM registration and 9:30AM race. Tackett Chiropractic Center, Homer Ave, Queensbury. (518) 798-4322. active.com


    June 15, 2013       Guided Nature History Walks

    Biological Technician Linda White will take you on a guided nature walk to discover the beautiful flowers & trees in areas of the park/ 10-11:30AM. Battlefield at the Saratoga National Historical Park, Route 32, Stillwater. (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    June 15, 2013       Gull Bay Exploration

    Take a guided hike with naturalist Nancy Scarzello to visit Gull Bay Preserve and discover the plants and animals along the trail including the Great Blue Heron Rookery/ 9AM-1PM Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Gull Bay Preserve, Putnam. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    June 15, 2013       Honey Bees at Up Yonda Farm

    Learn all about these working bees including how they work full time, the product of honey, and actually see how they work behind glass in the farm’s observation hives/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    June 15, 2013       Marty Wendell Concert at the Little Theater on the Farm

    Enjoy rockabilly music by singer/songwriter/recording artist Marty Wendell; with 50/50 drawing & refreshments/ 7:30-9:30PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    June 15, 2013       Opera Saratoga at the Sembrich

    A tribute concert to Marcella Sembrich & Louise Homer, lakeshore divas, and the birth of Lake George Opera on Diamond Point; A Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    June 15, 2013       Plant Sale

    Annual plant sale featuring perennials, herbs & ground cover donated by area gardeners; advice available/ 9AM-1PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    June 15, 2013       Saratoga Brewfest

    4th Annual event featuring unlimited samplings of over 150 beers from the best craft breweries around the country, music, vendors, and food/ Saratoga Country Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. (518) 338-6333. saratogabrewfest.com


    June 15, 2013       Scots Day at Fort Ticonderoga

    Celebrate the commemoration of Scottish heritage and how it contributed to 18th Century North America; visitors can tour the Scottish Clan tents and vendors, and discover the stories of centuries of Scottish soldiers in the British Army to learn more about the Scottish culture/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    June 15, 2013       Thurman Station Wilderness Heritage Corridor Showcase Preview & Old Home Days Welcome

    Enjoy live music by “The String Dusters,” vendors, samples, and sneak preview of the July 27th Thurman Station Showcase exhibit/ 11AM-1:30PM. Thurman Station, 1883 Stony Creek Road, Thurman. (518) 623-3372. thurmanstationshowcase.com


    June 15, 2013       Zopher’s Kids Club: The DeLongs Go To Lake George

    During this outdoor family program, take a look at pictures & artifacts about travel, swimming, clothing & games in the late 1800s, as well as a game, reading, crafts and refreshments/ 1-3PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    June 15-16, 2013       Bolton Landing Reenactment: Crossroads of the French & Indian War

    French & Indian War 1757 Reenactment all day – Visitors can see reenactors dressed in 18th Century attire reenacting the French & Indian War in 1757 during the 18th Century Life Encampment (with battles at 2PM on Sat. & Sun), and Colonial Dance in the Park at 3PM on Sat; also special activities for children, and antique rug appraisal/ All day fun starting at 10AM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    June 15-16, 2013       Fort William Henry Community Appreciation Weekend

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton & Essex Counties will receive free admission to the fort/ Fort William Henry, Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    June 16, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Amsterdam/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 16, 2013       Fathers’ Day Brunch Cruise and Dinner Cruise on Lake George

    Treat your dad to a special afternoon Brunch Cruise or an evening Dinner Cruise on Lake George/ sailing: 12-2PM (Brunch Cruise) & 6:30-8:45PM (Dinner Cruise). Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    June 16, 2013       Father’s Day Cruises on Lake George

    Take your dad out on an afternoon boat cruise on Lake George/ sailing: 12Noon, 1:30PM & 3PM. Shoreline Cruises, Lake George. (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    June 16, 2013       SPAC Concert: Rascal Flatts

    With special guests: The Band Perry and Winner of The Voice Season 3 – Cassadee Pope/ 6PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 17, 2013       Horicon Historical Society Program

    During this Horicon Historical Society program named, “Hello Mountain and the Dam That Wasn’t Built,” Mike Prescott will discuss the proposed dam on the Schroon River that would have created the Great Schroon Lake (combining Brant, Schroon, and Paradox Lakes together)/ 7-9PM. Horicon Community Center, State Route 8, Brant Lake. (518) 494-3759. horiconhistoricalsociety.org


    June 18, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Won’t Back Down”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 19, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Newark/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 19, 2013       Harney & Sons Tea-Tasting & Talk

    A lakeside tea tasting and travel-themed talk with connoisseur & guide Michael Harney of Harney & Sons Fine Teas/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    June 19, 2013       Ranger Guided Evening Bike Tour

    A five mile gentle bike tour through the park/ 6-8PM. Battlefield at the Saratoga National Historical Park, Route 32, Stillwater. (518) 670-2985. nps.gov/sara


    June 19-22, 2013       Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association Convention

    Annual convention in Lake George Region celebrating volunteer firemen; featuring two parades (Mardi Gras Parade with floats and Formal Dress Parade)/ Hosted by the West Glens Falls Fire Department in Queensbury. (518) 792-8144. hvvfa.org   westglensfallsfire.com  or  click here for more info!


    June 20, 2013       Aquatic Invasive Plant ID and Survey Techniques Training

    4 hour training session for volunteers on how to search and report method to document aquatic plants in the waters of the Adirondacks/ Lake George Association, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    June 20, 2013       Summer Sunset Cruise LGAP Benefit Event

    Help support this Lake George Arts Project’s evening boat cruise fundraiser on Lake George aboard the Adirondac with live music, raffle, silent auction items, certificates donated by local businesses, and light fare from area restaurants including: The Barnsider, Christie’s on the Lake, East Cove, Farm House Restaurant, The Georgian, The Inn at Erlowest, Mario’s, Pizza Jerks, Shoreline Restaurant, S.J. Garcia’s, and more/ 6:30PM. Shoreline Cruise, 2 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    June 21-23, 2013       Summerfest in Lake George

    26th Annual event featuring over 100 artists and artisans selling their hand crafted items; also family activities, children’s playland, & musical entertainment (featuring Pianist, “Sergei”)/ 9AM-6PM. Shepard Park, Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 744-3418. lgcraftshows.vpweb.com


    June 22, 2013       Adirondack Flower Festival

    A festival of food, flowers and fun, sponsored by the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library; enjoy a class on container gardening, a flower garden walk, a live animal program, belly dancing instruction, and Jack Zuchinni/ 9AM-4PM. Main Street, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu (518) 696-2773. townoflakeluzerne.com


    June 22, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Gold Eagles versus Albany/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 22, 2013       Gallery Benefit for Tannery Pond Community Center

    This gala benefit features Sherrie Maricle & the DIVA Jazz Orchestra (a live recording); proceeds benefit Tannery Pond/ 4PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    June 22, 2013       Park Campfire Program: FDR Returns

    Take a listen to President Franklin D. Roosevelt talk about the role he had in establishing this park, as well as expanding the national park system/ 7-8PM. Battlefield at the Saratoga National Historical Park, Route 32, Stillwater. (518) 670-2985. nps.gov/sara


    June 22, 2013        Supernova Dog Disc Show: Grand Re-Opening Celebration of the Dog Cabin

    It’s a grand “re-opening” event for The Dog Cabin – celebrating it’s new location at 32 Montcalm Street in Lake George Village with Mascot Luna, free treats, giveaways, pet photographer, the Magic Balloon Artist Pete, and the Supernova Dog Disc Show. This Dog Disc Show, featuring world champion Angelo Marinakis & his dog disc team, will be performing 11AM & 2PM at Battlefield Park on Westbrook Road in Lake George Village/ Call the Dog Cabin for more info: (518) 668-3251. thedogcabinlg.com


    June 22-23, 2013       Parrot Head Festival

    Enjoy events & festivities of island inspired fun and Jimmy Buffet tribute bands: food, boat drinks, 3 bands, tailgating, Margaritaville specialties, and sand bar – take a tropical vacation! 2PM. Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. saratoga.org


    June 23, 2013       Adirondack Distance Run

    Annual ten mile road race from Lake George to Bolton Landing; pre-registration required/ 7:30AM. Starts at Lake George Firehouse, 195 Ottawa Street, Lake George Village. adirondackrunners.org


    June 23, 2013       SPAC Concert: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

    Don’t’ miss it! Show begins at 8PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 23, 2013       Stellar Events Car Show

    Car show and vendors; benefit for Amorak House/ 10AM-4PM. Crandall Park, Glens Falls. (518) 307-7442. cityofglensfalls.com


    June 24, 2013       Film: Callas Forever

    Featuring scenes from Bizet’s Carmen & music of Puccini, Verdi and Bellini/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich at Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    June 24, 2013       Women in Need (WIN) Golf Tournament Benefit

    Help women & families in need by participating and/or donating to the 4th Annual Lake George Region Women for WIN Inc.’s Women in Need (WIN) Golf Tournament – cost includes game of golf (4 person scramble), carts, lunch, awards dinner & auction; dinner & auction only also available/ Held at Cronin’s Golf Resort, Warrensburg. Call Nancy at Mario’s Restaurant for registration/reservations: (518) 668-2665. lakegeorgeguide.com/lake-george-win


    June 25, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Cooperstown/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 25, 2013       Film Night at the Library

    Showing of the film, “Robot & Frank”/ 6:30-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 25, 2013       Lecture Series: Hiking the Continental Divide

    Guest speaker, author Jennifer Hanson, will present “Hiking the Continental Divide: One Woman’s Journey”/ 7PM. Hadley-Luzerne Public Library, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu


    June 25, 2013       SPAC Performance: Rush

    Don’t miss it! Show begins at 7:30PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 26, 2013       Gospel Jam at Little Theater on the Farm

    Pickers and listeners are welcome; hosted by the Bluebillies/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    June 26, 2013       Seagle Colony Preview

    Enjoy selections from Eugene Onegin, Albert Herring, Street Scene and 42nd Street at this concert series/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    June 26, 2013        SPAC Performances: Matchbox Twenty & Goo Goo Dolls

    With Kate Earl/ 7PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 26, 2013        Volunteer Work Day – Invasives Removal

    Help LGLC get rid of the invasive purple loosestrife to allow natives to return to those areas/ 9:30AM-12Noon. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Last Great Shoreline, Putnam. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    June 26-29, July 3, 5-6, 2013       ATF Performance – Heartbreaker: Two Months with Judy Garland

    This Adirondack Theatre Festival production features some of Judy Garland’s most memorable songs, and shares the true story of how songwriter John Meyer fell in love with Garland and how he attempts to rescue her from her self-destruction/ Each night at 7:30PM (also at 2PM on Wed., 7/3). Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    June 27, 2013       An Evening with Jimmer

    Glens Falls native and Sacramento Kings’ guard Jimmer Fredette will make a live appearance at this fundraiser benefit for SUNY Adirondack’s athletic department; enjoy an on-stage interview, buffet dinner, audience Q&A, auction, and complimentary photo/ 6-8:30PM. The Recovery Sport Grill, Queensbury. (518) 743-2200. sunyacc.edu


    June 27, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    The band, “Jump Daddies,” perform outdoors in the park/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    June 27, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Utica/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 27, 2013       Chicken BBQ

    Enjoy great BBQ food/ 4-6:30PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    June 27, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    The band, “New York Players,” will be playing outstanding Big Band sound Top 40 and R&B/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    June 27, 2013         Lake George Community Band Concert

    Enjoy a variety of great music performed lakeside by the Lake George Community Band at the first performance of their 2013 Summer Concert Series with New Director Michael Craner. To set the mode for the upcoming 4th of July holiday, this concert will be a Patriotic Salute/ 8PM. Shepard Park, Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 222-1302. lgcb.org


    June 27, 2013       Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George Lecture

    Curator of the “Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George” exhibition at the Hyde Collection, will discuss this “first-of-its kind” exhibit that explores the art and life of American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe who developed her art during the years she spent on Lake George/ Lake George Association, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    June 27, 2013      “My Summer Place” Floating Classroom Trip

    A Lake George Association Floating Classroom trip with a Hyde educator & teaching artist; learn about Lake George and where Georgia O’Keeffe created her works; class features hands-on program including drawing lesson/s 10AM-12Noon. Lake George Association, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    June 28, 2013       American Heart Association Benefit

    A musical variety show to benefit the American Heart Association/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    June 28, 2013        Brookside Bash Concert

    Kick off to summer with live music by local band, “The Familiars,” BBQ food, and cash bar/ 6PM. Brookside Museum, 6 Charlton Street, Ballston Spa. brooksidemuseum.org


    June 28, 2013       Domino The Great Magic Show

    A “Dig Into Reading” magic show/ 11-11:45AM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    June 28, 2013       Fridays at the Lake

    Enjoy listening to live music with “Aqueous,” outdoors overlooking the lake/ 7PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    June 28, 2013       Luzerne Faculty Concert

    Listen to a variety of selections presented by professional resident artists/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    June 28-29, 2013       Fort Edward Heritage Days

    Annual event showcasing the historic riverfront community of Fort Edward featuring festivities at the Yacht Basin on the Hudson River in Fort Edward. fortedwardheritagedays.org


    June 28-29, 2013        Old Fort House Museum Celebration of Heritage Days

    Visit the Old Fort House Museum’s book table during Fort Edward’s Heritage Days/ At the Yacht Basin, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    June 28-30, 2013       Krebashia Kingdom Medieval Fantasy Faire

    Enjoy this medical and fantasy faire featuring royal court and procession, siege on the kingdom, sword fighting, stilt wakers, belly dancers, magicians, dancing, food comedy acts, crafters and more/ 11AM-6PM (Fri. & Sat.) & 11AM-4PM (Sun.). Chateaugay Rec Park, State Route 374, Chateaugay (northern Adirondacks). krebashiakingdom.com


    June 29, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Albany/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 29, 2013       Downhill Mountain Biking Camp

    A one day bike camp for beginner & intermediate riders; learn to ride & climb with more control/ 10AM-3:30PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    June 29, 2013       Honey Bees

    Learn all about these working bees including why they are attracted to flowers, how they work for the colony, and how they pollinate; take a look at how they work/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    June 29, 2013      Horicon Historical Museum Open House

    Learn about the history of the Town of Horicon/ 12-4PM. Horicon Historical Museum, Brant Lake. (518) 494-7286. horiconhistoricalsociety.org


    June 29, 2013       Introduction to Day Hiking

    Learn the basics of hiking with Shellie Kovaleski to prepare yourself for a variety of trips – from hiking safety & gear – to identifying animals & trees/ 11AM-1PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    June 29, 2013       Olde Time Auction

    To benefit the Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ 4-5:30PM. Adirondack Cafe Parking Area, Route 9, Pottersville. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    June 29, 2013       Patty’s Water Sports SUP Demo Day on Lake George

    Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) Yoga Demos, Paddle Fit Demos, and Factory Reps on hand/ 9AM-4PM. Patty’s Water Sports at Boats By George Marina on the Lake, Cleverdale. (518) 656-9353. pattyswatersports.com


    June 29, 2013       Wakonda Lodge Gala at Wiawaka Holiday House

    A fundraising celebratory event for the restoration and grand re-opening of the Wakonda Lodge at Wiawaka on Lake George after 11 years of restoration; enjoy cocktails, silent auction, live auction, gourmet dinner, live music and dancing; proceeds benefit the preservation efforts (The Wakonda Lodge Restoration Fund)/ 6-10:30PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 495-8258. wiawaka.org


    June 29-30, 2013       Free Fishing Days

    Fishing licenses are not required to fish New York State lakes, rivers, ponds & streams during these two days in June. (518) 897-1333. dec.ny.gov/permits/6091.html


    June 29-30, 2013       HITS North Country Triathlon

    Join in this USAT Sanctioned triathlon featuring Olympic distance & sprint distance races/ Sat. 7AM-Midnight and Sun. 7AM-1:30PM. Town Beach, Hague. (845) 246-8833. hitstriathlonseries.com/hague-ny


    June 29-30, 2013        SPAC Performances: Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival

    Annual two day event featuring Jazz music and food; a variety of jazz musicians will be performing including the one and only Tony Bennett/ 12Noon. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    June 30, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Newark/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    June 30, 2013       Basket Party with Live Music

    Help benefit the local food pantry and the Little Theater on the Farm, a non-profit Theater/ 1-4PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    June 30, 2013       Crown Point Car Show & Strawberry Festival

    8th Annual Strawberry Festival featuring strawberry shortcake, food and music; this year featuring 1st Annual Crown Point Car Show/ 11AM-5PM. Park, Crown Point. (518) 597-3441. ticonderogany.com


    June 30, 2013       Lecture: O’Keeffe: Abstraction and Nature

    With Dr. Bruce Roberston, Professor of Art History, director of the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, and co-author of Georgia O’Keeffe and Abstraction, and the essay “The force that through the green fuse… Georgia O’Keeffe & Nature”/ 2PM. Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    June 30, 2013        Luzerne Music Center Festival Concert: Time for Three

    Trio Time for Three, violinist Zachary De Pue, violinist Nicolas Kendall & double bassist Ranaan Meyer perform a blend of classical, country western, gypsy, and jazz idioms/ 4-6PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    June 30, 2013       Summer Super Splash Open Water Swim

    3rd annual Glens Falls Family YMCA event featuring three races for kid 9-18 years old (1/4 mile at 9AM, 1/2 mile at 10AM & 1mile at 11AM), and a 1 mile adult swim at 10:30AM – all marked with buoys, and kayakers will monitor swimmers/ Hosted by Garnet Hill Lodge, 39 Garnet Hill Road, North River. (518) 798-3878. gorechamber.com


    June 30, 2013     SUP Skills Clinics

    Enjoy two fun & informative stand up paddle boarding workshops: “Fitness and Racing” at 8AM, and “Building a Strong Foundation” at 12Noon; space limited. Lake George Kayak Co.’s Boathouse, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9366. lakegeorgekayak.com


    June 30 – July 1, 2013       2nd Annual Jane Austen Retreat

    During this Jane Austen Society North America-New York Capital Region lakeside retreat, enjoy exploring the world of Jane Austen through discussions of Persuasion, viewing of filmed adaptations of the novel, display of period dress, presentations, speaker, and picnic tea/ Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org



    July 2013



    July 1, 2013        Magical Musical Mondays

    Magicians, jugglers, kid’s entertainment, live music and more/ 7PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    July 1, 2013       Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club

    Kids ages 5 year and up will enjoy some cooking fun and making healthy snacks/ 10-10:45AM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 1, 2013        Wooden Train Display

    Come to the park to see a wooden train display/ 12Noon-3PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 2, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Amsterdam/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 2, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concerts in the Park

    Enjoy a performance in the park by the band, “Blue Moon”/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (rain location: Conservation Park). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 2, 2013       The Incredible Larry

    A stunt comedy show, great family entertainment/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    July 2, 2013       Monday Night Concerts & Market in the Park with Fireworks

    Enjoy Music with the new band, “The Cards,” playing traditional American, Canadian and European instrumental tunes, pop, sing & country favorites in the park; shop for local wares and garden items; firework to follow/ 7-9PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    July 2, 2013       Nature Walk for Kids

    Discover the great outdoors, explore the Pavilion landscape, the diversity of plants and the wildlife/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 2, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Enjoy listening to “Randy Rollman” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    July 3, 2013       Evening Summer Concert

    Enjoy a free concert sponsored by the Greenwich Lions Club/ 7PM. Mowry Park Gazebo, Main Street, Greenwich. (518) 692-7528. greenwichchamber.org


    July 3, 2013       Fireworks Cruise on Lake George Aboard the Mohican

    Watch the fireworks display over Lake George aboard the Mohican during this specialty cruise/ 9PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Beach Road, Lake George Village (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    July 3, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    The band, “Grand Central Station,” will be playing Pop, R&B, and a range of standards from 60′s to now/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    July 3, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    The Lake George Arts Project’s Summer Concert Series begins; enjoy listening to the band, “Paul Cebar & Tomorrow Sound,” playing American Roots and R&B/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 3, 2013       Movie in the Park

    Enjoy the movie, “Here Comes the Broom,” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 3, 2013       Music in the Park

    The band, “Calamity Rock,” will be performing in the park/ 6PM. Hague Town Park, Hague. (518) 543-6161. townofhague.org


    July 3,5,6,7, 2013       Seagle Music Colony Show

    Performing “Street Scene”/ 8PM (July 3,6,7) and at 2PM (July 5). Seagle Music Colony at the Oscar Seagle Memorial Theater, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 3, 5-6, 2013        ATF Performance – Heartbreaker: Two Months with Judy Garland

    This Adirondack Theatre Festival production features some of Judy Garland’s most memorable songs, and shares the true story of how songwriter John Meyer fell in love with Garland and how he attempts to rescue her from her self-destruction/ Each night at 7:30PM (also at 2PM on Wed., 7/3). Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 3 & Aug. 8, 2013       Lunch and Music Workshop For Young People

    Young people in grades 6-12 are invited for pizza at 12Noon, followed by a music workshop, presented by the Music From Salem group at 1PM. The Greenwich Youth Center, Greenwich. (518) 321-5505 or (518) 692-2755. musicfromsalem.org


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    July 4, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    The Ballston Spa Community Band performs outdoors in the park/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    July 4, 2013     Fireworks Cruise on Lake George with Lake George Steamboat Co.

    Watch the spectacular fireworks display aboard the Lac Du Saint Sacrement, Minne-Ha-Ha or Mohican/ 9PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Beach Road, Lake George Village (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    July 4, 2013      Fireworks Cruise on Lake George with Shoreline Cruises

    Take an evening boat cruise on Lake George & view the exciting fireworks over the lake aboard the deck/ 9PM. Shoreline Cruises, 2 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    July 4, 2013       Fireworks Dinner Cruise on Lake George with Shoreline Cruises

    Enjoy a delicious dinner buffet (carving station, hot entrees, vegetables, roasted potatoes, salad & dessert) while cruising Lake George, and view exciting fireworks over the lake aboard the deck/ 7:30PM. Shoreline Cruises, 2 Kurosaka Lane, Lake George (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    July 4-5, 2013       A Place of My Own – Creating Sacred Space with Herb Gardens

    Talk about garden designs, plant choices, ways to create a sacred place, and how it’s used for culinary, medicinal aromatheraputic or beauty/ 10AM-12PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 4-7, 2013       Great Escape Fest

    Chance to win prizes in the Fest Area, exclusive ride time on Sasquatch on Thursday (one hour prior to park opening) with a can of coke, and fireworks on Friday at 9:15PM ($5 from every admission on July 5th will benefit Double H Ranch)/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 5, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “The Nightmare Before Christmas” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    July 5, 2013       Cinderella Movie at the Library

    Kids ages 3 and up will love watching this classic movie on the big screen and a simple project/ 10:30AM-12PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 5, 2013       Classic Car Cruise & Car Hop

    Be entertained by classic cars cruising on Main Street/ 6:30-10:30PM (music at 9PM). Panther Mountain, Main Street, Chestertown. (518) 494-2758. northwarren.com


    July 5, 2013       Fridays at the Lake

    Enjoy listening to live music with “Wild Adriatic,” outdoors overlooking the lake/ 7PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    July 5, 2013        LGLC 25th Anniversary Hike-A-Thon

    In celebration of the Lake George Land Conservancy’s 25th anniversary, partake in this Hike-A-Thon, with hikes and programs held at each of LGLC’s parks & preserves; also be a part of the aerial group photos taken at each location by professional nature photographer, Carl Heilman, II. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 5, 2013       Mind Majik

    Come see a hypnosis show in the park/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 5 , 2013      Nature Journaling

    Create & decorate a journal, and learn how to fill in your nature notebook/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 5, 2013        PRIDE Neighbors Helping Neighbors Pig Roast

    5-7PM. Black Point Beach, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 5-6, 2013        ATF Performance – Heartbreaker: Two Months with Judy Garland

    This Adirondack Theatre Festival production features some of Judy Garland’s most memorable songs, and shares the true story of how songwriter John Meyer fell in love with Garland and how he attempts to rescue her from her self-destruction/ Each night at 7:30PM. Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 5-7, 2013        SPAC Performances: Phish

    Celebrate 4th of July weekend with Phish, performing three evenings/ 7:30PM each night. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 5-7, July 12-14, 2013       Fort Salem Theater Presents: “I do! I do!”

    The Tom Jones/ Harvey Schmidt musical about love & marriage/ Fri. & Sat. at 2PM; Sun. at 2PM. Fort Salem Theater, Salem. (518) 854-9200. fortsalemtheater.com


    July 6, 2013        Baseball Game at East Field

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Utica/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 6. 2013      Lac Du Saint Sacrement Fireworks Cruise

    Watch a fireworks display over Lake George aboard the the Lac Du Saint Sacrement during this specialty cruise/ 9PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Beach Road, Lake George Village (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    July 6, 2013       Live Music & Pizza

    Enjoy live music by “The Midnight Society,” and homemade pizza baked on site/ 6:30PM. Salem Art Works, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.com


    July 6, 2013       Loon Lake Annual Fishing Derby

    For kids 16 years and younger; fishing derby, hot dogs, soda, and awards/ 9AM-12Noon. Loon Lake Beach, Chestertown. (518) 439-5732. northwarren.com


    July 6, 2013       Minne Moonlight Fireworks Cruise

    Watch a fireworks display over Lake George aboard the Minne-Ha-Ha during this specialty cruise/ 9PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Beach Road, Lake George Village (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    July 6, 2013        Strawberry Festival & Craft Show

    Enjoy delicious shortcake, ice cream, sundaes, malts, and shop for crafts/ 9AM-3PM. Community Methodist Church, Church Street, Chestertown. (518) 494-3374. northwarren.com


    July 7, 2013       American Feast Cooking Classes

    Chef Mark Anthony of Gore Mountain will instruct how to prepare a menu of Adirondack pan-fried trout, smoked trout, roasted corn & black bean salsa and peach creme brûlée/ 9AM-2PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    July 7, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Albany/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 7, 2013       Music from Salem at the Sembrich

    A Britten Centennial Concert/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 7-12, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Teachers Institute

    A week long teacher institute open for teachers to learn about the career of Benedict Arnold and his role in the American Revolution/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 8, 2013       ADK Futures: Scenarios for the Adirondack Park

    Part of a workshop series with retired management consultants, James Herman and Dave Mason, who will discuss their scenario of the Adirondack Park going forward/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 8, 2013       Battle of Carillon Commemoration

    Learn about the Battle of Carillon, right at the site of this epic event. The Fife & Drum Corps will perform and lay wreaths to remember those lives lost in the day-long battle during the French & Indian War/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 8, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: The Threat From Lake Champlain: Invasive Species At Our Doorstep

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by Meg Modley, Aquatic Invasive Species Management Coordinator from Lake Champlain Basin Program in Grandle Isle, Vermont; part of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute Monday Evening Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    July 8, 2013       Julia Child: Cook and Nifty Wench

    Storyteller Kate Dudding shares stories about Julia Child; stay for dinner to try Julia Child’s Haddock en Piperade, sauté zucchini, cream cheese and lemon tart and fresh fruit/ 4-6PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 8, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Tour Bolton Landing

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s Round the Lake Challenge, take a driving tour including Bolton Historical Museum, Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum and Wardboro Road historical drive; advanced registration required/ 10AM-1:30PM. Various Locations, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 8, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival Concert: Arturo Delmoni Returns

    Solo Violinist and New York City Ballet Orchestra concertmaster will be performing the Mozart Duo in B-flat on the viola with violinist Elizabeth Pitcarn and the Luzerne Chamber Players/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    July 8, 2013       Sembrich Film Series at the Library

    Enjoy the film, “Moonrise Kingdom”/ 7:30PM. Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 8, 2013       Summer Luncheon & Lecture

    Presentation by author, motivational speaker & former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, Kate White/ 11:30AM-2:30PM. The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    July 8-12, 2013       Adirondack Park Invasive Species Awareness Week

    8th Annual Lake George Association Event to promote awareness of invasive species; there will be a manned display with activities/ 11AM-3PM. Lake George Visitors Center, Corner of Canada Street & Beach Rd., Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    July 8-9       Pond Life

    Learn about the aquatic insects that live in & around a pond (including the giant water bug, dragonfly nymph, and water boatman) during this hands-on program/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 8,10,12, 2013       Summer Words: Creative Writing Workshop

    Kids ages 8-12 years old can explore fiction, poetry, journaling, and writing games during a series of creative writing workshops/ 5-5:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 9, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concerts in the Park

    Enjoy the performance by the band, “Vivid”/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 9, 2013       Crandall Kids Garden Club

    Kids ages 6 years and up can help plant, water and harvest a garden this summer/ 3-4PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 9, 2013       Growing Up With Gardening: Sow, Grow & Know

    A one-hour program for kids ages 3-8 years old; visit the hollyhocks in the King’s garden and find out how they grown, learn how to grow your own hollyhock garden, and craft your own hollyhock doll from fresh-picked blooms/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 9, 2013       Invasive Forest Pest ID and Workshop

    Presentation on current invasive pests, followed by a short hike at Amy’s Park to identify common trees & signs of infestation/ 9AM-12PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC), Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 9, 2013       Lecture Series – Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe

    Guest speaker June Leary, Curator of Education at the Hyde Museum, presents Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe/ 7PM. Hadley-Luzerne Public Library. (518) 696-2711. townoflakeluzerne.com


    July 9, 2013       Monday Night Concerts & Market in the Park

    Enjoy Music with the band, “Grafton Street Trio” playing mandolin, guitar, bagpipes, and fiddle/ 7-9PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    July 9, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by “Country Express,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    July 9, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Enjoy listening to “Stony Creek Band” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    July 9-10, 2013       Adirondack Birds of Prey

    Learn about owls and other birds of prey; presented by North Country Wild Care/ 12PM. Hillview Free Library, Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012.


    July 10, 2013       Hyde Museum Discussion of Georgia O’Keeffe

    7PM. Downtown Gallery, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 10, 2013       Lady of Yaddo: The Gilded Age Memoir of Katrina Trask

    Book signing and informal talk with Lynn Esmay, author of Lady of Yaddo: The Gilded Age Memoir of Katrina Trask/ 1-2PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 10, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Rick Rourke & Lost Wages,” playing American Roots and R&B/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 10, 2013       Movies in the Park

    Enjoy the film, “Hotel Transylvania,” outside under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 10, 2013       Music in the Park

    The band, “Running the River,” will be performing in the park/ 7:30PM. Hague Town Park, Hague. (518) 543-6161. townofhague.org


    July 10, 2013       Studio Talk: The Operas of Benjamin Britten

    Studio Talk with scholar Peter Wynne/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 10, 2013       Talk with Nature Photographer Carl Heilman II

    Award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II will discuss his work, his inspiration, helpful techniques and his newest books/ 7PM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC), Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 10, 2013       Ticonderoga Festival Guild Children’s Show

    Native American Lore in Songs and Story with Michael Caduto/ 10:15AM. K of C Pavilion, Ticonderoga. ticonderogany.com


    July 10-12. 2013      Wildlife Forensics

    Kids ages 12 and up can examine crimes against wildlife to learn about the skills pathologists use to solve crimes (fingerprints, animal hair identification, tracking, etc)/ 1-3PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 11, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “Byrds of Prey” perform outdoors in the park/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    July 11, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Mohawk Valley/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 11, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Thursday Specials

    Lecture on Yosemite National Park/ 7PM. Bolton Community Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 11, 2013       Concerts at Pavilion in the Park

    Enjoy listening to music by “Bobby Dick” in the park/ 7PM. Pavilion in the Park, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 11, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    July 11, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    The band, Harold Ford & The Cash Band,” will be playing a concert dedicated to the music of Johnny Cash/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    July 11, 2013        LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Dunham’s Bay Marsh Paddle

    Take a guided tour through Dunham’s Bay Marsh to discover the wetland critters and plants; part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge; advanced registration required/ 9-11:30AM. Launch from Dunham’s Bay Marina, Bay Rd./Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 11, 2013       Mettawee River Theater Performance

    Concert, 50/50 drawing, and refreshments/ 8-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    July 11, 2013       Summerland Music Society: Old World/ New World

    The Summerland Music Society (pianist Carol Minor, clarinetist Christopher Bush, cellist Charlie Powers, and violinist Garry Ianco) will be playing music of Bach, Fauré, Vivier, and Kernis/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org   summerlandmusicsociety.com


    July 11, 2013       Ventriloquist Show

    Sylvia the Magic Trunk Ventriloquist will perform/ 3-4PM. A Chester Library event at the Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    July 11, 2013       Warren County Happy 200th Birthday Celebration

    A family celebration of Warren County’s Bicentennial Anniversary; create arts & crafts, enjoy cake & ice cream, and partake in games & family educational activities (including exploring museum artifacts) from local organizations including Adirondack Museum, Hyde Collection, Chapman Historical Museum, Crandall Public Library, and World Awareness Children’s Museum/ 10AM-12Noon. City Park, Glens Falls. worldchildrensmuseum.org   crandalllibrary.org (rain date is July 18)


    July 11-13, 2013       Cabaret at Gore Mountain

    Cabaret the musical set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis rise to power; presented by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts/ 7PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org   goremountain.com


    July 11-13, July 17-20       ATF Performance, Filming O’Keeffe

    This new lyrical & funny play incorporates local history with a modern twist; about a teen named Max who uncovers his parents’ hidden past when making a film about artist Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stiegltiz; in support of Hyde Collection’s exhibition, “My Summer Place: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George”/ 7:30PM (also at 2PM on Wed., July 17). Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 11 – October 12, 2013       Lake George Dinner Theatre Presents: Moonlight and Magnolias

    Enjoy a delicious meal and a delightful comedy drawn from real life events about legendary producer, David O. Selznick and his “Gone with the Wind” production/ Dinner Shows: every Wednesday thru Saturday 6:30PM (seating), 8PM (curtain); Lunch Shows: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & select Saturdays 11:15AM (seating), 1PM (curtain). Lake George Dinner Theatre at the Holiday Inn, Lake George. (518) 306-4404. lakegeorgedinnertheatre.com


    July 11 & Aug. 1, 2013       Children’s Workshop

    Kids in grades K-6 are invited for lunch, learning, & playing, presented by the Music From Salem group/ 1PM. Salem Courthouse, E. Broadway, Salem. (518) 854-7053. musicfromsalem.org


    July 12, 2013       Adirondack Waterfest

    A celebration of Adirondack lakes and rivers featuring entertainment & activities including face painting, balloon animals, music and food vendors, as well as displays educating about water issues, invasive species, and storm water runoff/ 10AM-3PM. Chester Municipal Center, Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-4565. northwarren.com


    July 12, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “Willie Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    July 12, 2013       LGA Summer Splash Gala

    Lake George Association benefit event for the protection of Lake George/ Inn at Erlowest, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    July 12, 2013       Summer Concert in Hadley

    Performance by the “Steven L. Smith Band”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 12-13, 2013       Canal Festival with Fireworks

    Enjoy a family fun weekend featuring events, music, rides, games, fireworks (Sat. night) and boat parade/ 12Noon start. Skenesborough Park, Whitehall. Saturday fireworks display over the water and can be viewed alongside canal. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 12-13, 2013       Summerfest at Pumpernickel’s

    Partake in authentic German Food and enjoy live music under the big tent/ Pumpernickel’s German Restaurant, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2106, ext. 12. pumpernickels.com


    July 12-14, 2013       Fort Salem Theater Presents: “I do! I do!”

    The Tom Jones/ Harvey Schmidt musical about love & marriage starring Jim Raposa & Rosie Spring/ Fri. & Sat. at 8PM; Sun. at 2PM. Fort Salem Theater, Salem. (518) 854-9200. fortsalemtheater.com


    July 13, 2013       Ballston225

    Celebrating Ballston Spa’s 225th birthday with many festivities including exhibits, demos, local artisans, live music, reenactments, church supper, 1850’s Town Ball baseball, and a variety of other activities/ Town-wide, Ballston Spa. ballston225.org


    July 13, 2013       Book Signing at Trees Adirondack Gifts and Books

    International award winning author, Jeanne Selander Miller of Old Forge, NY will be signing copies of her two books, “A Breath Away” (a love story about learning to embrace the life that you have been given), and “A Million Miles From Home” (deals with divorce and moving towards forgiveness)/ 2-4PM. Trees Adirondack Gifts and Books, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-5756. treesadirondackgifts.com


    July 13, 2013       Chapman Museum Garden Tour

    A perfect event for garden lovers! Take a tour of eight beautiful private gardens in Queensbury, Glens Falls, Hudson Falls & South Glens Falls including both small city lots & suburban landscapes, many featuring impressive water features and flower collections. Also tour the Community Garden in Fort Edward and the Apothecary Garden at the Old Fort House Museum nearby. This garden tour is a wonderful opportunity for gardeners to share their love & joy of gardening and the community to experience, learn, and enjoy viewing their hard work/ 10AM-3PM tours. Tickets to this annual Chapman fundraiser event is available at the museum in advance & on the day of the garden tour, as well as at some garden locations on tour day. Find more info available at Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    July 13, 2013       Children’s Opera: Three Little Pigs

    A Seagle Music Colony performance/ 10AM & 11:30AM. Boathouse Theatre, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 13, 2013      Concert at the Sembrich

    “On Becoming” A One Person Show with Catherine Wolf/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 13, 2013       Founder’s Day, Solomon Northup Presentation at Old Fort House Museum

    Enjoy a day at the museum featuring “Twelve Years a Slave” program at 11AM, a Luncheon at 12PM (RSVP required), a visit with “Solomon” (with re-enactor Clifford Oliver), followed by the 60th Anniversary of the the opening of the museum/ Old Fort House Museum, Fort Edward. Reservations: (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    July 13, 2013       Greenwich Community Radio Fundraising Concert

    Enjoy a night of musical entertainment by a variety of local artists (including Bob Warren, Joy MacKenzie, Mark Jones, Tom Keller, and Cavanaugh & Kavanaugh) at this benefit event to help support the Greenwich Community Radio & Internet Broadcast. This new community radio (which will be recorded & broadcasted from the Greenwich Youth Center) will promote various artists, bring events, local news, storytelling, and music to the community of Greenwich. Your support is needed! 7PM benefit concert at St. Joseph’s Hall, Greenwich. (518) 321-5505.


    July 13, 2013       Italian Cuisine Cooking Classes

    Chef Mark Anthony of Gore Mountain gives group & one-on-one instruction on the simplicity of Italian cuisine featuring Italian wedding soup, lobster spaghetti, strawberry tiramisu and more/ 12-7:30PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    July 13, 2013       Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk and Kids Run

    3rd annual Arthritis Foundation of Northeast NY benefit event/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 13, 2013       Lake Placid Sinfonietta

    Orchestra of the Adirondacks presented by the Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    July 13, 2013      Parkfest 2013

    Annual community day celebrations featuring activities, rides, petting zoo, car show, live entertainment, food, crafters, games, and fireworks at dusk/ 11AM-9PM. Gavin Park, 10 Lewis Drive, Saratoga Springs (Wilton). (518) 584-9455.


    July 13, 2013       Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop for beginning & intermediate photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations; for a more advanced class, attend the “It’s How You See It” workshop the next day (July 14)/ 12-8PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400, adirondackfolkschool.org or (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    big apple circus logoJuly 13 – 28, 2013       Big Apple Circus

    The Big Apple Circus will be returning a second year to Lake George for two weeks this summer with their new production of “Legendarium,” featuring professional circus artists and animal performers under the Big Top tent; see amazing wold-class acts, sitting no further than 50 feet away including: clowns, acrobats, jugglers, contortionist, aerialists, horses, pooches, and The Ringmaster/ Charles R. Wood Park, Westbrook Road in Lake George Village. 888-541-3750. bigapplecircus.org


    July 14, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: The Course of True Love

    A collection of sonnets & songs from the works of William Shakespeare, performed by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 4PM. Knights of Columbus Pavilion, Ticonderoga (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    July 14, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Watertown/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 14, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Author Series

    Author Donald N. Hagist will discuss his new book, “British Soldiers, American War: Voices of the American Revolution,” followed by a book signing/ 2PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 14, 2013       Garden Party at Fort Ticonderoga

    Enjoy a magical afternoon in the beautiful King’s Gardens with live music, food and good company/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 14, 2013       Hyde Family Fun Day at Wiawaka

    A fun-filled day with family activities (art projects, nature walks, scavenger hunts, picnicking) and tours provided by Lake George Association, The Hyde Collection, and Wiawaka; part of the Hyde’s “My Summer Place” programming/ 12-4PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, 3378 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690, wiawaka.org or (518) 792-176, hydecollection.org


    July 14, 2013       It’s How You See It: Photography Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; advanced beginner & intermediate photographers can work on composition and image capture skills; for a more basic & beginner workshop, attend “Perfect Pictures Every Time” the day before (July 13) / 12-8PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400, adirondackfolkschool.org or (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    July 14, 2013       Music From Salem Concert

    “Fantasy, Serenade, Romance” concert featuring works of Dohnányi, Martinu, Schumann, and Webern for piano and strings/ 2PM. Hubbard Hall, Cambridge. (518) 232-2347. musicfromsalem.org


    July 14, 2013       Solomon Northup’s Neighborhood

    Good will donation collected to benefit Baker’s Cemetery Monument Fund/ 1PM. Meet at Old Fort House Museum, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    July 15, 2013       Adirondack Museum Member Appreciation Picnic

    Members of the museum are invited to a special picnic dinner on the grounds, opportunity to ask the chief museum curator about exhibit pieces, and enjoy an evening lecture series/ starting at 4:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 15, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: The Natural History of Lake George & the Dawn of an Environmental Conscientiousness

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by Chuck Boylen of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute; part of the DFWI Summer Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    July 15, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival Concert: Toby Blumenthal and Friends

    Steinway Artist and Founder of Luzerne Music Center, pianist Toby Blumenthal, will be performing works of Mozart, Menottti & Faure with the Luzerne Chamber Players/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    July 15, 2013       Monday Evening Lecture Series: Keeping the Camp Fires Burning – Adirondack Care Takers and Their Stories

    Adirondack Life creative director, Betsy Folwell, will discuss the hard-working men & women caretakers of private camps and how they play a part in the overall Adirondack story/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 15-17, July 24-25, 2013       Butterflies

    Learn about the life cycle of butterflies, how to identify them, and try and catch some/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 16, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concerts in the Park

    Enjoy the performance by “The Master Cylinders” band/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 16, 2013      Healing Salve-Making Class

    Naturalist Nancy Scarzello will demonstrate how to make a healing forest salve from common backyard plants/ Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC), Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 16, 2013       Monday Night Concerts & Market in the Park

    Enjoy Music with the band, “Warren County Ramblers” playing traditional Bluegrass tunes in the park and shop for local wares and garden items/ 7-9PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    July 16, 2013       Nature Walk for Kids

    Discover the great outdoors, explore the Pavilion landscape, the diversity of plants and the wildlife/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 16, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by “True Grit,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    July 16, 2013       Seagle Colony Children’s Opera: Three Little Pigs

    Children’s opera performance of Three Little Pigs by the Seagle Music Colony/ 10AM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. tpcca.org  seaglecolony.org


    July 16, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Enjoy listening to “Big Fez & the Surfmatics” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    July 16-21, 2013       Saratoga County Fair

    Annual family fun fair filled with entertainment and activities for all ages all week/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds,162 Prospect St., Ballston Spa. (518) 885-9701. saratoga.org


    July 16, 2013       Take a Walk on the Wild Side

    Join Beth Bidwell and meet live birds of prey and reptiles from the Adirondacks; for kids ages 5 and up/ 1-1:50PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 17, 2013       An Evening of Tango Concert (World Music Wednesday)

    Performance by bandoneonist Raul Jaurena, singer Marga Mitchell, violinist Daniel Szasz, and pianist Alina Voicu/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 17, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “The Tichy Boys,” playing Rockabillly music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 17, 2013       Movie in the Park

    Enjoy the movie, “Big Miracle,” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 17, 2013       Music in the Park

    “Rick & Sharon Bolton” will be performing in the park/ 7:30PM. Hague Town Park, Hague. (518) 543-6161. townofhague.org


    July 17-19, 2013       Youtheatre Performance: Monty Python’s Spamalot

    Performed by students ages 11 to 18 years old/ 1PM (Wed.) & 9:30AM (Thurs. & Fri.). Lake George High School Auditorium, 381 Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 17-20, 2013       ATF Performance, Filming O’Keeffe

    This new lyrical & funny play incorporates local history with a modern twist; about a teen named Max who uncovers his parents’ hidden past when making a film about artists Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stiegltiz; in support of Hyde Collection’s exhibition, “My Summer Place: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George”/ 7:30PM (also at 2PM on Wed., July 17). Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 17-20, 2013       Seagle Music Colony Show

    Performing “Albert Herring”/ 8PM (July 17,18,20) and at 2PM (July 19). Seagle Music Colony at the Oscar Seagle Memorial Theater, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 18, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    The Band, “Three Quarter North,” performs outdoors in the park/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    July 18, 2013      Bolton Recreation Department Thursday Specials

    “Taliesin” performance by the Mettawee River Theater Company/ 8PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 18, 2013       Concerts at the Pavilion in the Park

    Enjoy listening to music by “Jukebox Jim” outdoors in the park/ 7PM. Pavilion in the Park, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 18, 2013        Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    July 18, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    The high quality octet, “T.S. Ensemble,” will be playing standards from Chicago, Santana, Beatles & more/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    July 18, 2013       Lake George Community Band Concert

    Enjoy listening to American band music by the Lake George Community Band/ 8PM followed by fireworks display over the lake at 9:30PM. The Lake George Community Band will be hosting their annual Lake George Community Band Festival July 19 & 20/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lgcb.org


    July 18, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Tour Ticonderoga

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a historical tour The Hancock House, visit the Heritage Museum, take a picnic lunch at Bicentennial Park, and then drive to the top of Mount Defiance; advanced registration required/ 10:30AM-1:30PM. Various locations in Ticonderoga. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 18, 2013        Owls

    Learn more about these amazing birds during a talk by the Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York/ 3-4PM. Chester Library at the Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    July 18, 2013       Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop: Fireworks

    Take a comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations; Thursday Fireworks night over Lake George/ 12-8PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at Wiawaka Holiday House on Lake George, 3778 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690, wiawaka.org or (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    July 18, 2013       Solar Energy Program

    Partake in a solar energy program, featuring fun & informative solar projects & activities including making solar ovens to make s’mores, and learning how to change sunlight into electricity/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 18-20, 2013       ATF Performance: 2nd Act Cabaret

    An acoustic cabaret act, starring David Finch, entertaining the audience with his guitar, banjo and spoons (following the ATF performance of “Filming O’Keeffe”)/ 9:30PM. Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 19, 2013       Aniko Szokody Piano Trio

    Performed by Pianist Aniko Szokody, violinist Mitsuko Suzuki, and cellist Jing Li; presented by the Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org   upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    July 19, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “E.T.” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    July 19, 2013       Baseball Game at East Field

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Elmira/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 19, 2013      Hats off to Saratoga Music Festival

    A variety of musicians performing at various Downtown sites/ Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-3255. saratoga.org


    July 19, 2013      The Three Little Pigs Performance

    Children’s opera performance of Three Little Pigs by the Seagle Music Colony/ 10AM. The Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 19, 2013       Moonlighters Concert

    Enjoy Big Band music outdoors in the park/ 7-9PM. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 19, 2013       Summer Concert in Hadley

    Performance by the “Stony Creek Band”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 19, 2013       Workshop: Stories and Performance – It’s Your Turn to Shine

    Well known Adirondack Singer-Songwriter & current Adirondack Museum Artist in Residence, Chris Shaw, will give a four hour workshop on how to weave funny & interesting stories in your performance, honing your skills, and finding your voice as a performer/ 10AM-2PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 19-20, 2013       Lake George Community Band Festival

    9th annual event (presented by the Lake George Community Band) featuring 14 concert bands from all over the Northeast and Canada; enjoy a different band on the hour/ Fri. 6-9:30PM & Sat. 10AM-9:30PM. A special appearance by the famous 42nd Infantry Division Band on Friday at 8PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lgcb.org


    July 19-21, 2013       Henry IV Part 2

    Performances by Hudson River Shakespeare Company/ 8-10PM (Fri. & Sat.) and 2-4PM (Sat. & Sun.). Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    July 19-21, 2013       St. Mary’s Summer Festival

    Family fun rides, games, activities, food & entertainment; benefit for St. Mary’s Church and School, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-7144, stmarysfestival.com – or- (518) 585-6619, ticonderogany.com


    July 19, 22-23, 2013       Pond Life

    Learn all about the aquatic insects that live in and all around the Adirondack freshwater ponds including: the giant water bug, dragonfly, water boatman and more/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 20, 2013       Adirondack Architectural Heritage Workshop and Walking Tour of Warrensburg

    AARCH workshop on architectural style identification followed by bag lunch and walking architectural tour; sponsored by the Warrensburgh Historical Society and Warrensburgh Beautification Inc; part of the Warren County & Warrensburg Bicentennial Celebrations/ 10AM-4PM. Senior Center & various locations in Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497. whs12885.org


    July 20, 2013       Adirondack Challenge Summer Bash

    A fun-filled entertaining day featuring Knights of Columbus Chicken BBQ, games, races, demos, bounces & more/ 12-4PM at Byron Park, Indian Lake – followed by the Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. Barbecue (serving BBQ chicken & ribs, corn on the cob, baked potato & roll) 4PM at Indian Lake Fire Hall, Indian Lake. indian-lake.com


    July 20, 2013       Aqua Fest

    Celebrate work and play on the rivers, lakes, ponds and streams with regional experts giving presentations; also enjoy displays, interactive activities (toy boat workshop, guide boat hat craft project, fly tying), as well as aquatic plants & animals, log drives, fishing & boating activities/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 20, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Utica/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 20, 2013       Children’s Opera: Three Little Pigs

    Children’s opera performance of Three Little Pigs by the Seagle Music Colony/ 2PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 20, 2013       Drumming Workshop

    Beginner drummers and anyone with drumming experience are welcome to attend this class that features basic drum strokes, drum songs, and making music together/ 10-11:30AM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 20, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Lynn LaMontagne Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s Round the Lake Challenge, take a hike to the Pilot Knob gazebo with guide Lorraine MacKenzie to enjoy the beautiful views/ 9:30-11:30AM. Meet at Lynn LaMontagne Schumann Preserve, Pilot Knob Rd., Fort Ann; advanced registration required. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 20, 2013      Music of the Night

    The Seagle Music Colony performs the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 406-8840. ottg.org seaglecolony.org


    July 20, 2013      Native American History and Culture for Children

    Kids can partake in activities based on Native American culture (traditional dances, games), learn about the relationship between Native Americans & nature, and discover Native American traditions/ 9AM-12PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    July 20, 2013       SAWFest Music Festival

    7th annual event featuring a variety of bands from the Capital Region, food & drink vendors, exhibitions & sculpture park/ 5PM. Salem Art Works, Salem. (518) 854-7674. salemartworks.com


    July 20, 2013      Solomon Northup Day

    An historical, educational and multi-cultural event throughout town celebrated by storytellers, musical performances, government officials, historians, educators/ 11AM-4PM. Saratoga Springs Visitor Center, Congress & Broadway in Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 596-4329. saratoga.org


    July 20, 2013       SPAC Performances: Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival

    Featuring performances by Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, and more/ 1PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 20, 2013       Taste of the World: Free Community Picnic

    Enjoy a fun-filled family event featuring delicious food from the Philippines, Uruguay, and traditional American BBQ; plus fun games & events for all ages/ 1-6PM. A community event at Calvary Worship Center – 100 Sherman Ave., Glens Falls (diagonally across from Glens Falls High School).


    July 20, 2013        Theatrical Production of “The Novelist”

    Sponsored by The Ticonderoga Festival Guild/ 7:30PM. The Downtown Gallery, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 20, 2013      Under the Tuscan Sun Cooking Class

    Chef Mark Anthony of Gore Mountain will demonstrate how to prepare a menu of Tuscan bean crostini, steak florentine, panforte & more/ 9AM-2PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    July 20, 2013      Workshop: Songwriting Adirondack Style

    Well Known Adirondack Singer-Songwriter and Adirondack Museum Artist in Residence, Chris Shaw, will give a workshop on songwriting, learning about structure, avoiding writer’s block, and drawing inspirations/ 10AM-2PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 20, 2013      Writer Series at The Shirt Factory

    Local thriller/mystery authors will read from their works (including Vincent Palazzo)/ 2PM. The Shirt Factory, corner of Lawrence & Cooper Streets, Glens Falls. (518) 907-SHIRT. shirtfactorygf.com


    July 20-21, 2013      Fort Salem Theater Presents: “No Boundaries”

    WNYT News Anchors Benita Zahn & Jessica Layton star in this musical journey into the lush harmonies of the girl & guy groups of the 60’s & 70’s/ Sat. at 2PM & 8PM; Sun. at 2PM. Fort Salem Theater, Salem. (518) 854-9200. fortsalemtheater.com


    July 20-21, 2013      Fort William Henry Community Appreciation Weekend

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton & Essex Counties will receive free admission to the fort/ Fort William Henry, Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    July 20-21, 2013        Montcalm’s Cross: 1758 Battle of Carillon Re-enactment

    A two day battle reenactment of the skirmish that recreates the 1758 epic battle, that led to the death of Lord Howe, and the clash between British and French empires/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 21, 2013       Bicentennial House & Garden Tour

    Visit private & public Warrensburg gardens that were built & planted over 200 years; sponsored by the Warrensburgh Beautification Inc./ 11AM-4PM. Town-wide at various locations, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497. whs12885.org


    July 21, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Author Series

    Author Tom Chambers will discuss his new book, “Memories of War: Visiting Battlegrounds and Bonefields in the Early American Republic,” followed by a book signing/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 21, 2013       Full Moon Photography Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations/ Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at the Wild Center, Tupper Lake (518) 359-7800, wildcenter.org or (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    July 21, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Thomas Mountain Hike

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s Round the Lake Challenge (LGLC), take a hike to the top of Thomas Mt. including the Two Brothers Trail to a western view; advanced registration required/ 9AM-1PM. LGLC at Valley Woods Rd., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 21, 2013       Shrek The Musical

    This hilarious musical, based on the DreamWorks Film, is filled with great songs, dancing, and scenery/ 2PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. adirondackarts.org   tpcca.org


    July 21, 2013       SPAC Performances: Americanarama Festival of Music

    Featuring performances by Bob Dylan & His Band with Wilco, My Morning Jacket & special guest, Ryan Bingham/ 5:30PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 21, 2013       Stony Creek Band Performing at Adirondack Challenge in Indian Lake

    One of the Adirondack Region’s most popular and enduring bands, “Stony Creek Band” (including members John Strong – guitar, Hank Soto – guitar, Dave Maswick – bass, Fred Lantz – mandolin, and Mike Lomaestro – drums), will be performing 1-4PM at Governor Cuomo’s Adirondack Challenge in Indian Lake. The Stony Creek Band’s 2nd live recording album will also be released soon. stonycreekband.com   iloveny.com/summer/themes/adk-challenge


    July 21, 2013       Workshop Campfires Guitar Boot Camp 1

    Well known Adirondack Singer-Songwriter & Adirondack Museum Artist Resident, Chris Shaw, will teach a four hour intermediate workshop on guitar tricks, licks & playing, and learn some classic Adirondack songs that are perfect to share around the campfire/ 10AM-2PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 22, 2013       Baseball Game at East Field

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Mohawk Valley/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 22, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: Food-Web Dynamics in Lake George and How They Are Affected by Climate Change & Invasive Species

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by Mark Swinton of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute; part of the DFWI Monday Evening Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    July 22, 2013       Full Moon Hike

    Take a peaceful evening guided hike to Up Yonda’s beautiful Lake George Vista/ 8-9:15PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 22, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Buck Mountain

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s Round the Lake Challenge (LGLC), take a hike up Buck Mountain’s northern trail with ADK trip leader, Maureen Coutant, to its summit to see the beautiful views; advanced registration required/ 9AM-1:30PM. Meet at Buck Mountain Northern Trailhead, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 22, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival Concert: Carnegie Hall to Broadway

    The Luzerne Chamber Players, violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn and guests perform Tchaikovsky’s “Souvenir de Florence” string sextet in D Minor Op. 70, followed by a performance of all time favorites from the stages of Carnegie Hall & Broadway / 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    July 22, 2013       Monday Evening Lecture Series: Adirondack Ice, a Cultural and Natural History

    Author Caperton Tissot will present a slide show and discuss how ice has been influential on the Adirondack economy, culture and natural history/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 22, 2013       The Pirate of Book Island Puppet Show

    Presented by The Puppet People, for kids ages 3-8 years old/ 2-2:40PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 22, 2013       Sembrich Film at the Library

    Enjoy the film, “La Traviata”/ 7:30PM. Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 22, 2013       SPAC Performance: Bon Jovi

    Because We Can – The Tour/ 7:30PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 22-23, 2013       Pond Life

    Learn all about the aquatic insects that live in and all around the Adirondack freshwater ponds including: giant water bug, dragonfly, water boatman and more/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 22-28, 2013       Heroes Week at Great Escape

    Free admission during this week for all military personnel, police officers, fire departments, EMS personnel, nurses and teachers/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 23, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concerts in the Park

    Enjoy live music by “Bobby Dick & Suzie Q”/ 7:15-9PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 23, 2013       Festival Guild Talent Night

    Begins at 6:30PM. Knights of Columbus Pavilion (behind the Hall), Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 23, 2013        Jacky Touba Day at World Awareness Children’s Museum

    In celebration of the founding Executive Director, Dr. Jacqueline Touba for her outstanding contributions to the museum and community, there will be free admission to the museum/ 10:30AM-5PM. World Awareness Children’s Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    July 23, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Berry Pond Preserve

    As part of Lake George Land Conservancy’s Round the Lake Challenge, take a hike through the preserve on the wooded trails & old logging road with leader Jean Holcomb to experience the beautiful views; advanced registration required/ 9AM-1PM. Meet at Lake George Recreation Center, Transfer Road, Lake George. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 23, 2013       Monday Night Concerts & Market in the Park

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Vintage Country,” playing 50’s & 60’s country with some rock & roll tunes in the park; shop for local wares and garden items/ 7-9PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    July 23, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by “Groove Therapy,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    July 23, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Enjoy listening to “Loren & Mark” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    July 24, 2013       Dinosaur Day

    Kids ages 3-8 years old are invited to join in for a short dino movie, project and more/ drop in between 2-4PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 24, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Annie & the Hedonists,” playing Swing, Blues & Country music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 24, 2013       Lecture at the Sembrich

    Studio Talk: The Operas of Giuseppe Verdi/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 24, 2013       Movies in the Park

    Watch the Disney Pixar movie, “Brave,” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 24 2013       Music in the Park

    The “Silver Bay String Quartet” will be performing in the park/ 7:30PM. Hague Town Park, Hague. (518) 543-6161. townofhague.org


    July 24, 2013       125th Birthday Bash for YMCA Glens Falls

    The YMCA of the Glens Falls Area celebrates 125 years with many family events featuring fireworks, Disney movie outdoor screening, bounce house, games, giveaways, traditional chicken barbecue, activities & crafts, and more (rain date July 25)/ 6-10PM. Crandall Park, Glens Falls. glensfallsymca.org   cityofglensfalls.com


    July 24-25, 2013       Butterflies at Up Yonda Farm

    Learn about the life cycle of butterflies, how to identify them, and try and catch some/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 24-25, 2013       Youtheatre Performance: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella

    Performed by students ages 11 to 18 years old/ 1PM (Wed.), 9:30AM (Thurs. & Fri.). Lake George High School Auditorium, 381 Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 25, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: Celtic Fairy Tales

    An original children’s production written by artistic director, Tara Bradway, and performed by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 10:30AM. The Boathouse Theater, Dock Street, Schroon Lake. (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    July 25, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “Ray Murray and the Bob Squad,” will perform outdoors in the park/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    July 25, 2013       Baseball Game: Golden Eagles

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Cooperstown/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 25, 2013       Bolton Youth Theater Camp Performance & Talent

    Show at 6:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 25, 2013        Concerts at the Pavilion in the Park

    Enjoy listening to music by “John Kribs” in the park/ 7PM. Pavilion in the Park, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 25, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    July 25, 2013       Going for a Soldier

    Learn what life was like as a Revolutionary War soldier or camp follower, presented by Ranger Eric Schnitzer of the Saratoga National Historical Park; for kids ages 8 to 12 years old/ 2-2:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 25, 2013       Granville Summer Concert Series

    The band, “Gypsy Reel,” will be playing a mix of classic rock, southern rock, and current country music/ 7-9PM. Granville Veterans’ Memorial Park, Granville. (518) 642-2640. granvillevillage.com


    July 25, 2013       Merdwin the Mediocre Magic Show

    Performance at 3PM. Chester Library at the Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    July 25, 2013       Stream Monitoring Family Program

    Learn about macro invertebrates, and how they can tell us about stream life/ 1-3:30PM. Lake George Association (LGA) at the Lake George Recreation Center, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    July 25, 2013       Summerland Music Society: Summerland Serenade

    The Summerland Music Society with Carol Minor (piano), Christopher Bush (clarinet), Jen Herman (viola), and Sahoko Sato (Mezzo-soprano) will be playing music of Brahms, Mozart, Rebecca Clarke, and favorites from the operatic & art song repertoire/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 25-26, 2013       Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber

    The Seagle Music Colony performs “Music of the Night/ Schroon Lake Central School Auditorium, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 25-27, 2013       4th Annual Greek Food Festival

    Come enjoy Greek food, pastries, dancers in authentic Greek costumes, music, souvenirs, children’s activities, and church tours; free admission/ 5-9PM (Thurs., July 25 & Fri., July 26) and 3-9PM (Sat., July 27). St. George Church, 55 Main Street, South Glens Falls. sgforthodoxchurch.com


    July 25-27, July 31 – Aug. 3, 2013       ATF Performance: Avenue Q

    This heartfelt laugh-out-loud musical (with part humans and part puppets) is about a college grad, Princeton, who moves into a shabby apartment on Avenue Q where many colorful types help him discover his life’s purpose; winner of 3 Tony Awards/ 7:30PM (also at 2PM on July 31). Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 26, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching Disney Pixar’s “Brave” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    July 26, 2013       Build a Butterfly House

    Make your own butterfly house to bring home to your garden/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 26, 2013       Fridays at the Lake Concert

    Enjoy listening to live music with “High Peaks Band,” outdoors overlooking the lake/ 7PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    July 26, 2013       Introduction to Day Hiking

    Learn the basics of hiking with Shellie Kovaleski to prepare yourself for a variety of trips – from hiking safety & gear to identifying animals & trees/ 11AM-1PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    July 26, 2013      Sense of Place Writing Workshop

    All writers are invited to this workshop by Erica Wheeler, an award-winning singer-songwriter with a background in conservation & environmental studies, to help discover your “sense of place” stories, unveil your creative voice and connect your inner & outer landscapes to help with your professional & personal work/ 10AM-2:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 26, 2013      Summer Concert in Hadley

    Performance by the “Mister Meanor”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 26, 2013       The Young Actors’ Summer Showcase

    Enjoy a one night performance by the region’s young actors/ 7:30PM. Fort Salem Theater, Salem. (518) 854-9200. fortsalemtheater.com


    July 26-27, 2013       Smoke Eater’s Jamboree

    Annual Events featuring chicken BBQ, live auction, clowns, live music (by Audio Stars on Sat.), and fireworks (Sat.); sponsored by the Warrensburg Fire Department; a Warren County & Warrensburg Bicentennial Event/ Warrensburg Recreation Field, Library Ave., Warrensburg. warrensburgchamber.com


    July 26-27, 2013       SPAC Performances: Judy Carmichael

    Swing Time with this Grammy nominated pianist/ 8PM (7/26) and 2:15PM (7/27). SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 26-28, 2013       Bolton Free Library Gigantic Book Sale

    Choose from great selections/ 9AM-8PM. Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 27, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

    A staged reading series performed by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 7:30PM. The Boathouse Theater, Dock Street, Schroon Lake. (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    July 27, 2013       America’s Fort Clambake

    Annual clambake, since 1908, featuring delicious food, fun and music/ 3-6PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 27, 2013       Annual County Fair & Antiques Auction

    Find an array of antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts, books, plants, garage sale, auction; lunch & refreshments & tours of campus available; shop the museum gift shop/ 9AM-4PM (preview at 9AM, auction at 10AM). Old Fort House Museum, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    July 27, 2013       Annual Fife and Drum Corps Muster

    Listen to the music of the Fife and Drum Corps featuring classic marches and camp songs all day/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 27, 2013       Baseball Game: Golden Eagles

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Amsterdam/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 27, 2013       Children’s Opera: Three Little Pigs

    Children’s opera performance of Three Little Pigs by the Seagle Music Colony/ 10:30-11:30AM. Town Theatre at the Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    July 27, 2013       Concert at The Sembrich

    Vocal recital with Viktor Antipenko, tenor/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 27, 2013       Downhill Mountain Biking Camp

    One day bike camp to learn how to ride & climb with more control/ 10AM-3:30PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    July 27, 2013       42nd Annual Ox Roast

    Enjoy beef dinners, flea market, collectibles, bake sale, live auction & more/ 10AM-6PM (beef dinners served 12Noon-6PM or until sold out). Methodist Church, Greenmount Cemetery Rd., Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 27, 2013       Kiwanis Duck Race and Family Fun Day

    Annual events/ 8AM-4PM. Feeder Canal into Haviland’s Cove Park. cityofglensfalls.com


    July 27, 2013       Loon Lake Water Carnival and Boat Parade

    Can be viewed from the beach/ Loon Lake Public Beach, Chestertown. (518) 494-3581. (518) 494-7604. northwarren.com


    July 27, 2013       Museum Benefit Gala & HKH Award

    Help support the museum and enjoy dinner, cocktails, and silent & live auctions/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 27, 2013      Smorgasbord

    Enjoy delicious home-cooked food/ 4-7PM. Pottersville United Methodist Church, Pottersville. (518) 494-3374.


    July 27, 2013       SPAC Performance: Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice

    Summer Break Tour 2013/ 7:30PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 27, 2013       Thurman Station Wilderness Heri-tage Corridor Showcase

    A fun filled day with vendors, demonstrations, exhibits, kids’ activities, food, vendors, and music by Dan Berggren & Ed Lowman/ 11AM-4:30PM. Thurman Station, 1883 Stony Creek Road, Thurman. (518) 623-3372. thurmannyevents.com


    July 27, 2013       Ticonderoga Fifth Annual StreetFest

    Sponsored by TMSP/ 10AM-3PM. Downtown Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 27, 2013       Town of Lake Luzerne Celebrates Local History Day

    Enjoy a living encampment created by Colonial Period Re-enactors who will teach “tools, tricks and trades” of Lake Luzerne’s history; with guest Darren Bonaparte who will tell Native American storytelling of the past along the Hudson River/ 10AM-3PM. Rockwell-Harmon House Riverfront, Lake Luzerne.(518) 696-3500, (518) 696-2711. townoflakeluzerne.com   lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 27-28, 2013       Al Fresco Weekend

    Celebrate the agricultural heritage of Washington County at this 11th Annual Summer Delight: “Al Fresco Dinner” on Saturday at 5PM & “Al Fresco Brunch” on Sunday 12-2PM, featuring farm-to-table locally-sourced meals served under white tents; also live music, dancing & silent auction/ Historic Salem Courthouse, Broadway, Salem. (518) 854-7053. salemcourthouse.org


    July 27-28, 2013       Lake George Hot Rod Happening Car Show

    This 4th annual event, presented by the Saint James Episcopal Church, features two car shows in one weekend, cruise-in/dinner, food, vendors, and fun for the whole family; proceeds benefit those in need in the Lake George Community/ Beach Road Show Area, Lake George Village. lakegeorgehotrod.org


    July 28, 2013       Care for Kids 5K Run and Fitness Walk

    Over three miles, mostly flat, race to benefit the pediatric heath care at Hudson Headwaters Health Network health centers/ Begins at 2431 Schroon River Road & ends at Suzie Q’s Sunshine Cafe on Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 761-0300. northwarren.com


    July 28, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Author Series

    Author & photographer, Mark Bowie, will discuss his book, “Night Over the North Country” using images of his night-time photography, followed by a book signing/ 2PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 28, 2013      Lake George Outdoor Cinema in Shepard Park

    Enjoy watching the latest James Bond movie, “Skyfall,” outdoors under the stars with beautiful Lake George as the backdrop/ 9PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616.


    July 28, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival’s Triple Play Gala Concert

    Summer gala concert featuring Chris Brubeck and Triple Play for a tribute to legendary musician Dave Brubeck; enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvres, concert, reception, dinner, and live auction/ 5PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    July 28, 2013       “Ranches, Rodeo & Wranglers” History Day

    As part of the Warren County Bicentennial Celebration & Lake Luzerne History Weekend, celebrate the Dude Ranch Trail History showcasing past & present people who provided the East with the “Wild West” experience; festivities include storytelling, photo collection, cowboy book vendors, living history interview, guest speakers, awards, dinner, dancing, and tours of the Harmon House, Kinnear Museum, Gailey School and Pagenstretcher Pulp Mill/ 2-8PM. Painted Pony Rodeo’s Longhorn Saloon, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2711. townoflakeluzerne.com


    July 28, 2013   Sidewalk Strolls Over The Champlain Bridge

    Begins at 1PM. Crown Point. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 28, 2013       SPAC Performance: O.A.R.

    Sound of Summer Tour O.A.R. with special guests Andrew McMahon and Allen Stone/ 7:30PM. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 28, 2013       Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center

    Polyphony Marimba performance/ 4PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    July 28, 2013       Vespers Concerts

    Performance by the Seagle Music Colony/ 5PM. Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    July 28-29, 2013       ATF Performance: The Bailey’s Crossroads Opportunity School

    A new reading of a play in progress where audience members can share in the show’s development at the post-show discussion; this new comedy is about the Poppers, a couple who shakily embark on a new enterprise of teaching an adult night class on “Family Dollars and Sense”/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Theatre Festival at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 29, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: Passionate Pursuits – William Keeney Bixby: Industrialist, Collector, Philanthropist

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by local Bolton Landing resident, Sally Defty; part of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute Monday Evening Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    July 29, 2013       High Peaks Juggling

    An interactive show for kid ages 5 years and up, with amazing juggling and comedy/ 2-2:50PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 29, 2013       Magical Medieval Machines

    A fun and interactive program, presented by The Scotia Glenville Children’s Museum; for children entering 1st grade and up/ 11AM-12Noon. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 29, 2013      Monday Night Lecture Series: New York’s Mountains: The Catskills & Adirondacks, An Environmental History

    Presented by David Stradling/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 29, 31 – Aug. 1        Backyard Birds

    Learn about the birds in your backyard and how to identify them/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 30, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: Celtic Fairy Tales

    An original children’s production written by artistic director, Tara Bradway, and performed by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 10AM. Indian Lake Theater, Indian Lake. (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    July 30, 2013       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Cooperstown/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 30, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concerts in the Park

    Enjoy live music by “Matt Finley & Rio Jazz”/ 7:15-9PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 30, 2013       Create with Legos

    Children ages 5 and up can drop by the library to create with legos/ 2-3:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 30, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Shelving Rock Falls Hike

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a short hike to the Shelving Rock Falls for views and swimming; advanced registration required/ 10AM-12PM. Shelving Rock Road, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 30, 2013       Monday Night Concerts & Market in the Park

    Enjoy Music with the band, “Adirondack Mountain Bluegrass,” playing Bluegrass and old Country music in the park; shop for local wares and garden items/ 7-9PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    July 30, 2013       Nature Walk for Kids

    Discover the great outdoors, explore the Pavilion landscape, the diversity of plants and the wildlife/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 30, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by, “Headwall,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    July 30, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Enjoy listening to “Professor Louis & the Crowmatix” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    July 30, 2013       Very Merry Theater’s “Beauty and the Beast”

    Enjoy this outdoor musical theatre performance/ 3PM. Hancock House lawn, 6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga (rain site: inside Hancock House). (518) 585-7868. thehancockhouse.org   ticonderogany.com


    July 30, 2013       Wildland Fire Program

    Special guest, Linda White of the National Park Service, will discuss how land managers can manage wildfires & set controlled burns/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 31, 2013       Baseball Game at East Field

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles versus Albany/ 7PM. East Field, Dix Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 31, 2013       Concert at The Sembrich: Duo Beija-Flor (World Music Wednesday)

    A fusion of classical and world musical styles with flutist Marie-Noelle Choquette and guitarist Charles Hobson/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 31, 2013       Groovin in the Garden

    Story Laurie will take kids ages 3-8 years old on a musical journey through the seasons in a kid-powered community garden storytelling adventure/ 2-2:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    July 31, 2013       Gospel Jam

    Pickers and singers are welcome to participate; hosted by the Bluebillies/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    July 31, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    The Lake George Arts Project’s Summer Concert Series begins; enjoy listening to the band, “Professor Louie & the Crowmatix,” playing American Roots/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 31, 2013       Movies in the Park

    Watch the movie, “Akeelah & the Bee” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 31, 2013      Music in the Park

    Enjoy music by “Stan Burdick” and square dancing in the park/ 7:30PM. Hague Town Park, Hague. (518) 543-6161. townofhague.org


    July 31, 2013       Theatrical Production: “Love Letter”

    Sponsored by The Ticonderoga Festival Guild/ 7:30PM. Downtown Gallery, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6619. ticonderogany.com


    July 31 – Aug. 2, 2013       Youtheatre Performance: The Wiz

    Performed by students ages 11 to 18 years old/ 1PM (Wed.), 9:30AM (Thurs. & Fri.). Lake George High School Auditorium, 381 Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 31 – Aug. 3, 2013       Seagle Music Colony Performance

    Enjoy “Eugene Onegin,” a Russian opera performed by the Seagle Music Colony/ 8PM (July 31, Aug. 1 & Aug. 3) and 2PM (Aug. 2). Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre at Seagle Music Colony, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org



     August 2013



    Aug. 1, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: Celtic Fairy Tales

    An original children’s production written by artistic director, Tara Bradway, and performed by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 7PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Main Street, Bolton Landing. (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       An Adirondack Evening

    An authentic Adirondack evening with photographer Carl Heilman and musicians Dan Berggren, Dan Duggan, & Casey Filiaci; part of Warren County’s Bicentennial Celebration/ 7-11PM. Town of Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-3443. warrenny200.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “The Union Fire Company Band,” will perform outdoors in the park; also annual ice cream social/ 6-9PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Bones & Fossils

    Kids ages 8 to12 years old can find out what stories bones and fossils tell us/ 2-2:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Children’s Workshop

    Kids in grades K-6 are invited for lunch, learning, & playing, presented by the Music From Salem group/ 1PM. Salem Courthouse, E. Broadway, Salem. (518) 854-7053. musicfromsalem.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Concerts at the Pavilion in the Park

    Enjoy listening to music by “Nobody Special” in the park/ 7PM. Pavilion in the Park, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    Aug. 1, 2013       High Peaks Juggler

    Children will be entertained by the dexterity of the High Peaks Juggler/ 1-3PM. Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-3357. chesterlibrary.org


    Aug. 1, 2013       Lake George Community Band Concert

    Enjoy listening to American band music/ 8PM followed by fireworks display over the lake at 9:30PM/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lgcb.org


    Aug. 1, 2013        LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Floating Classroom

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, learn about Lake George geologic history, ecology, animals, & lake protection aboard the Lake George Association’s Floating Classroom; advanced registration required/ 1-3PM. Lake George Village Dock, Amherst St., Lake George Village. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 2, 2013        Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “Bugsy Malone” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    Aug. 2, 2013       Build a Bluebird House

    Partake in building a house for the Bluebird (state bird of New York) to bring home to your backyard/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 2, 2013       Car Hop & Cruise

    Cruise through downtown and listen to music/ 6:30-10:30PM. Panther Mountain Inn, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    Aug. 2, 2013       Fridays at the Lake

    Listen to live music by the “Rev Tor Band,” outdoors overlooking the lake/ 7PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    Aug. 2, 2013       Reptile Adventures

    Kids 7 years & up can see lizards, snakes, pythons and learn more about them/ 11-11:45AM & 1-1:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 2, 2013       Summer Concert in Hadley

    Performance by the “Spoiler”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    Aug. 2, 2013       Surveying Says! Verplanck Colvin’s Adirondack Legacy

    Learn about Verplanck Colvin, the superintendent of the New York State Adirondack Survey, who had spent almost 20 years exploring and documenting the Adirondack wilderness, as well as an early advocate of preserving this region/ 2PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 2, 2013       Talegatorz Music Concert

    Enjoy some old time Jazz music of the “Talegatorz”/ 7-9PM. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    Aug. 2-4, 2013       Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival

    Fun filled annual event featuring live music and dancing, food galore, kids activities, birds of prey, crafts, NY State lumberjack competitions, encampment with historical demonstrations & colonial cooking, garage sale, and much more; part of the Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ all day. Green Meadows Park, Harrisburg & Lanfear Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 232-5987. stonycreekchamber.com


    Aug. 3, 2013       Adirondack Shakespeare: The Course of True Love

    A collection of Shakespeare’s scenes, sonnets, and songs/ 5PM. Scaroon Manor Amphitheater, Scaroon Manor, on Route 9 between Pottersville and Schroon Lake. (518) 326-THOU. adkshakes.org


    Aug. 3, 2013      Horicon Day

    A fun filled day featuring food, kids games, live music, crafts & fireworks; enjoy a pie eating contest, face painting, bouncy house, farm stand, wood crafts, maple syrup products, book sale, and more/ 2-11PM. Rain Date: Aug. 4. Horicon Community Center, Brant Lake. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Aug. 3, 2013       Intro to Geocaching

    Learn about geocaching, a wonderful way to explore the Adirondacks’ outdoors; for museum members/ 10AM-3PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 3, 2013       Midsummer Gala at Fort Ticonderoga

    Enjoy this annual formal event featuring live music, food, friends and silent auction; reservations required/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 3, 2013       Photoshop for Photographers Workshop

    Take an intensive 8 hour Photoshop workshop with award winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn how to enhance your photos after you capture them/ 9AM-5PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at View, Old Forge. (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    Aug. 3, 2013       Race The Train

    Participate in an 8.4 mile run from Riparius to North Creek stations; registration required/ 8AM start. Saratoga and North Creek Railway, North Creek. (518) 251-3338. adirondackrunners.org   gorechamber.com


    Aug. 3, 2013       The Sembrich Concert Series: A Night of Classics

    Pianist Simon Mulligan will perform works of Chopin, Liszt, Beethoven, and more/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 3, 2013       Wayne Stock VI

    North Country Hardship Fund presents this free benefit concert featuring live music, live and silent auctions, face painting and playground for kids, food, & fun/ North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek. (518) 251-2612. gorechamber.com


    Aug. 3-4, 2013       Beach Volleyball Tournament

    Annual competitive 4 on 4 beach volleyball tournament featuring players from all over the Northeast; a benefit for the Prospect Center/ 8AM. Million Dollar Beach, Lake George Village. prospectcenter.com


    Aug. 4, 2013      Land & Water Conservation Celebration

    Enjoy dinner and auction at this 14th annual celebration for the Lake George Land Conservancy/ 6-10:30PM. Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 4, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Black Mountain Hike

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a guided hike on the Black Mt. loop, passing streams & ponds to the summit with wonderful views; advanced registration required/ 9AM-2PM. Pike Brook Trailhead, Hulett’s Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 4, 2013       9th Annual Christine Nicole Perry Bike Ride

    Annual benefit 30 mile round-trip ride/ 8:30AM check-in & 9AM start. Beginning from Sweet Pea Farm, 121 Federal Hill Road, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3020. chrissysfund.com


    Aug. 4, 2013        Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Adirondack Photography Workshop for beginning & intermediate photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations/ 12-8PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at View, Old Forge. (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    Aug. 4, 2013       The Sembrich Concert Series: A Jazzy Afternoon

    Pianist Simon Mulligan will perform his own arrangement of Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and music by Fats Waller, and more/ 4PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 4, 2013       Stony Creek Band CD Release Celebration & Performance

    The very popular local musical group, the “Stony Creek Band,” will be celebrating the release of their new CD entitled “Stony Creek Band Live,” recorded at the Hudson River Music Hall featuring high energy and fast paced country blues tunes with a mix of originals and classic remakes. Members John Strong, Hank Soto, Fred Lantz, Dave Maswick, and Mike Lomaestro will be performing their songs during the Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival/ 6:30PM. Stony Creek Inn, Stony Creek. stonycreekband.com   stonycreekchamber.com


    Aug. 4, 2013        Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center with Glen Pearsall

    Author of “When Men and Mountains Met: Stories of Hope and Despair in the Adirondack Wilderness after the American Revolution”/ 2PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Aug. 5, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: Rain Gardens to Shoreline Buffers

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by Hague local resident and business owner, Anthony DeFranco of DeFranco Landscaping; part of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute Monday Evening Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    Aug. 5, 2013       Kid Stuff at the Library

    An interactive musical program with singing and jammin’ for children ages 3 to 8 years old/ 1:30-2:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 5, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, visit Up Yonda Farm’s 73 acres of woodland trails & Lake George views; advanced registration required/ 1-3PM. Up Yonda Farm, Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 5, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival: The Luzerne Chamber Players

    Performing works by Ewald, Schmidt, & Schubert/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    Aug. 5, 2013       One Day Nature Photo Tour Workshop

    Intermediate and advanced photographers can learn techniques and spend time in the field with award winning nature photographer Carl Heilman II/ 12-8PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at View, Old Forge. (518) 494-3072, carlheilman.com


    Aug. 5, 2013       Up Yonda Open House

    Enjoy visiting and see all that this amazing 73 acre Adirondack educational center has to offer/ 8AM-4PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 6, 2013       Adirondack Birds of Prey

    Learn about owls, hawks, and other birds of prey/ 12PM. Hillview Free Library, Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012. hillviewfreelibrary.org


    Aug. 6, 2013       A Paradise for Boys & Girls: Children’s Camps of the Adirondacks Lecture

    Hallie Bond, author and former curator of the Adirondack Museum, will speak during this lecture series/ 7PM. Hadley Luzerne Public Library, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu


    Aug. 6, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Concert in the Park

    Enjoy listening to the popular “Stony Creek Band,” outdoors under the stars/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (rain location: Conservation Park). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 6, 2013       Growing Up With Gardening: Sow, Grow & Know

    During this educational August program, learn “All About Butterflies” including the life cycle of a butterfly, the types of plants butterflies like, and how to attract them in your own backyard at home; for kids ages 3 to 8 years old/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 6, 2013       Journal Writing Circle

    Beginning & experienced journal writers are welcomed to attend this journal writing workshop to discover the many benefits & techniques of journaling/ 1-2:30PM. Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    Aug. 6, 2013       Lego Mindstorm & Create with Legos

    Kids ages 7 years & up can explore lego robotics and create with legos/ 4-5:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 6, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Sleeping Beauty Hike

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a moderate guided hike to the summit of Sleeping Beauty Mountain to see the beautiful views; advanced registration required/ 9AM-2PM. Shelving Rock Rd., Hogtown Trailhead, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 6, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by, “Master Cylinders,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    Aug. 6, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Listen to “The Nellies” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    Aug. 6, 2013       Zumbatomic

    Kids can try some Zumba moves with an instructor/ 11:30AM-12 Noon (kids 4 to 7 years old) and 12-12:30PM (kids ages 8 & up). Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 6-8, 2013       Planetarium

    Learn about the summer sky in Up Yonda’s indoor planetarium including identifying major constellations & stars, and listening to Native American and Greek stories/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 7, 2013       Country & Blue Grass Jamboree

    Music all day long with The Bluebillies, The Seth Sawyer Band, Ernie Sites, the legendary Smokey Greene, & more/ 12-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    Aug. 7, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Lisa Haley & The Zydekats,” playing Americana, Cajun & Zydeco music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Aug. 7, 2013       Movies in the Park

    Watch the movie, “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 7-11, 2013       Adirondack Circuit Dog Show 2013

    Dog show and obedience trials/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. (518) 399-2040. saratoga.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “Sirsy,” will perform outdoors in the park/ 6-8PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 8,  2013      Concerts at the Pavilion in the Park

    Listen to music by “DIZ” in the park/ 7PM. Pavilion in the Park, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    Aug. 8, 2013       Kenya’s Wildlife Conservancy

    Adults & children can learn about Kenya’s Wildlife Conservancy; lecture and slide show by Craig Leggett/ 7-8:30PM. Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Aug. 8, 2013       Lake George Community Band Concert

    Enjoy listening to American band music/ 8PM followed by fireworks display over the lake at 9:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. lgcb.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       Music From Salem Workshop

    Young people in grades 6 to 12 are invited for pizza and a music workshop; presented by the chamber music group, Music From Salem/ 12Noon Lunch, 1PM Program. Greenwich Youth Center, 6 Academy Street, Greenwich. (518) 321-5505. musicfromsalem.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       The Sembrich Concert Series: Jewels of Bel Canto

    Listen to the music of Donizetti and Bellini Bel Canto Institute Singers/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       Star Lab Planetarium

    Kids can learn about the planets, the solar system, and Greek Mythology/ 2PM & 3:15PM shows. Chester Library, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    Aug. 8, 2013       Summerland Movie Society presents Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid

    Enjoy this classic silent film from 1921 with live piano accompaniment by pianist Carry Brown; and a special prelude performance by pianist Carol Minor and clarinetist Christopher Bush/ 7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org summerlandmusicsociety.com


    Aug. 9, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “Indian Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    Aug. 9, 2013       Campfire Stories

    Snack on smores while listening to funny campfire stories outdoors/ 8-9PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 9, 2013      Fridays at the Lake

    Listen to live music by “Capital Zen,” outdoors overlooking the lake/ 8PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    Aug. 9, 2013      Golf Tournament at Cronin’s Golf

    Participate in the 18th annual Marv Cole Loon Lake Golf Tournament/ 8:15AM check-in, 9AM shotgun start. Cronin’s Golf Resort, Warrensburg. (518) 494-3581. northwarren.com


    Aug. 9, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Northwest Bay Brook & Marsh Paddle

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take your canoe or kayak through winding paths of the marsh and out to the open Northwest Bay; advanced registration required/ 10AM-1:30PM. Northwest Bay Public Launch, Route 9N, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 9, 2013      Movie in Wiswall Park

    Watch the animated film, “Escape From Planet Earth” outdoors in the park, movie food available/ 8:30PM. Wiswall Park, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 9, 2013       Stream Monitoring Family Program

    Catch macro-invertebrates in the stream and find out how they can tell us about stream health/ 10-11:30AM. Lake George Association at Lake George Recreation Center, Lake George. Reservations required. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    Aug. 9, 2013       Summer Concert in Hadley

    Performance by the “Warren County Ramblers”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    Aug. 9, 2013       Surrender of Fort William Henry in 1757

    A ceremony to commemorate the surrender of Fort William Henry by the British under Lt. Colonel Munro to the French forces under the Marquis de Montcalm; this 256th anniversary event will feature British & French re-enactors, a reading of the surrender terms, and a wreath laying ceremony/ 12Noon. Outside the entrance of the Fort William Henry Museum, on the grounds of the Fort William Henry Hotel in Lake George Village. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 9, 2013       Whitehall Music Concert

    Enjoy classic rock-pop and country music of “Airtight”/ 7-9PM. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    Aug. 9-10, 2013       Faraway Nearest One: Stieglitz to O’Keeffe, O’Keeffe to Stieglitz

    A reading of the letters written to one another, starring Carolyn McCormick & Byron Jennings; directed by Mark Fleischer/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Theatre Festival at Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. atfestival.org


    Aug. 10, 2013       Chicken BBQ

    Enjoy a delicious meal by the region’s best cooks/ 4-7PM. United Methodist Church, Route 9, Pottersville. (518) 494-3374.


    Aug. 10, 2013       Hadley Fireworks & Bands

    Performance by “Jukebox Jim” (4-6:30PM), “Dusk Roadhouse” (7PM), followed by fireworks at dusk. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street & Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    Aug. 10, 2013       LGLC Family Hike at Amy’s Park

    Take a trek through Amy’s Park and enjoy a one mile round trip to visit the beaver pond/ 9-11AM. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) at Amy’s Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 10, 2013       Make a Wish Ride

    During this 6th annual event, take a motorcycle ride in Queensbury from the Full Moon Bar on Glen Lake Road to the Adirondack Bar & Grill on Route 149 (10AM registration, 11AM start); followed by food, entertainment, silent auction at the Adirondack Bar & Grill (4PM). (518) 792-3405, (518) 796-1456. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Aug. 10, 2013       Music By The River

    Enjoy listening to live music by an Adirondack band outdoors on the banks of the Hudson River/ 6-9PM. Riverfront Park at Railroad Place, North Creek. (518) 251-2612. gorechamber.com


    Aug. 10, 2013       Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair

    Explore and celebrate Warren County’s 200th birthday and its rural traditions, featuring a variety of family fun activities: Adirondack music, square dancing, country auction, food vendors, 19th century games, historical displays & programs, military re-enactors, skills & crafts demonstrations, horse show, exhibits, youth talent competition, contests, & more/ 9AM-5PM. Warren County Fairgrounds, Schroon River Road, Warrensburg. warrencountyhistoricalsociety.org


    Aug. 10, 2013       Stone Bridge & Caves Extravaganza

    A fun filled day featuring music, rock extravaganza, photography, pig roast, and artisan demonstrations/ 10AM-6PM. Stone Bridge & Caves Park, Pottersville. (518) 494-2283. stonebridgeandcaves.com northwarren.com


    Aug. 10, 2013       Yo-Yo Ma at SPAC

    Cellist Yo-Yo Ma will be performing with the Philadelphia Orchestra/ 8PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Aug. 10-11, 2013       Second Annual Conference on Lake George & Lake Champlain

    Learn about the history, geography, ecology, and culture of Lake George & Lake Champlain/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       18th Century Day

    Step back in time and enjoy 18th century activities: oxen cart rides, puppet shows, music, basket weaving, and more/ 12-5PM. Schuyler House at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Aug. 11, 2013       LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Hague Tour

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a tour of the town of Hague to see historical markers & scenic pull-offs; advanced registration required/ 10:30AM-12PM. Various locations, Hague. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       Outdoor Movie in Lake George Village

    Enjoy an outdoor lakeside showing of the film “The Avengers”/ 9PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771.


    Aug. 11, 2013       Schroon Lake Folk Music Festival

    Musical entertainment, local vendors, live demonstrations on Adirondack crafts/ 12-5PM. Schroon Lake Town Park, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7675. schroonlakeregion.com


    Aug. 11, 2013       Seagle Music Colony Performance

    Vespers Concert/ 5PM. Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre at Seagle Music Colony, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       The Sembrich Concert Series: Siegfried Idyll

    A tribute to Wagner on the Bicentennial of his birth featuring Siegfried with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Lake George Music Festival/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       The Sembrich Film: Wagner and Me

    English actor Stephen Fry explores composer Wagner/ 7:30PM. Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-231 thesembrich.org


    Aug. 11, 2013      Shepard Park Concert

    Performance by the Luzerne Music Center/ 4-5:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       Sticky Wicket Croquet Tournament & Picnic

    You can compete or just watch croquet playing and bring a food dish to share; sponsored by the Warrensburgh Historical Society/ 11AM-4PM. Warren County Fish Hatchery, Warrensburg. (518) 623-3514. whs12885.org


    Aug. 11, 2013       Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center with Double Trios

    Enjoy an evening of music by the Jamcrackers with Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn & Dan Dugan, as well as Alex Smith & The River Brothers/ 8PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Aug. 12, 2013       Adirondack Photo Adventure Cruise

    Take a 2 hour photography cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement with personal coaching from New York Foundation for the Arts photographer M. Scott Schaffernoth/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Aug. 12, 2013       DFWI Summer Lecture Series: The History of the Elegant Sagamore Hotel

    The public is invited to attend this presentation by Carol McCarthy, Professor Emeritus, Hudson Valley Community College; part of the Darrin Fresh Water Institute Monday Evening Lecture Series/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    Aug. 12, 2013       Luzerne Music Center Festival: Miro Quartet

    Performing works by Beethoven/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    Aug. 12, 2013       Thurman Monday Night Concerts in the Park

    Listen to “The String Dusters” playing American acoustic music featuring country music, bluegrass and folk songs/ 7PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Athol. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    Aug. 12, 2013       Traveling with Seneca Ray Stoddard: A Journey Through the Adirondacks

    As part of the Monday evening lecture series, Chief Curator Laura Rice will present the museum’s new exhibit, “Traveling with Stoddard”/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 12, 2013       You’re The Designer: Fashion Illustration

    Kids ages 7 to 12 years old can choose fabrics and color for their own fashion sketch/ 2-3:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 12-13, 2013       Planetarium

    Learn about the summer sky in Up Yonda’s indoor planetarium including identifying major constellations & stars, and listening to Native American and Greek stories/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 13, 2013       Bolton Recreation Department Free Concert in the Park

    Music by “Bolton, Nolan, & Green” outdoors/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 13, 2013       Kitchen Science Series

    Children ages 7 to 12 and their parents can try fun science experiments with everyday materials/ 2:30-3:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 13, 2013       Lecture: Secret Life of a Lake

    Learn about a lake’s complex and dynamic ecosystem from author and Union College Professor, Peter Tobiessen, who will discuss his book “The Secret Life of a Lake: The Ecology of Northern Lakes & Their Stewardship”/ 7-8PM. Lake George Association at Lake George Recreation Center, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    Aug. 13, 2013       Lego Mindstorm & Create with Legos

    Kids ages 7 years & up can explore lego robotics and create with legos/ 4-5:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 13, 2013       Nature Walk for Kids

    Explore the outdoor landscapes and wild areas of the King’s Garden including the diversity of plants and wildlife/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 13, 2013       Saratoga National Historical Park Music Series

    The track is closed on Tuesdays so head over to the park to enjoy folk music by “Rich Bala”/ 12-1PM. Battlefield at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Aug. 13, 2013       SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by, “Stony Creek Band,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    Aug. 13, 2013       Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Listen to “Doc Scanlon Trio” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    Aug. 13-18, 2013       40th Annual Firemen’s Family Festival

    Free family fun in the Park featuring Las Vegas games, children’s games, bounce houses, fireworks, and arts & crafts show/ Shepard Park, Lake George Village.


    Aug. 14, 2013       The Elephant’s Wrestling Match Puppet Show

    Children ages 3 and up can see the Crandall Puppeteers’ version of this folktale/ 2-3PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 14, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Buckwheat Zydeco,” playing Zydeco & Blues music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Aug. 14, 2013       Outdoor Movie in the Park

    Take the family to see the outdoor film, “Oz The Great Powerful”/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 14, 2013       Pop Creations

    Kids ages 8 & up can listen to fabulous poetry and be creative/ 6-7PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 14, 2013       The Sembrich Concert Series: Richard Wagner & Friends

    Featuring music of Wagner, Wolf, & Duparc/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 14, 2013       Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip

    Enjoy an evening of jazz favorites performed by the Tony Jenkins Band/ 7:30PM. Hillview Free Library, Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012. hillviewfreelibrary.org


    Aug. 14-15, 2013       Butterflies

    Learn about the life cycle of butterflies, how to identify native species, and try and catch some/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


     Aug. 15,2013      Audience Participation “Wizard of Oz”

    Kids ages 6 and up can dress as their favorite “Wizard of Oz” character and join in this interactive version of the movie/ 2-4PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 15, 2013       Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “The Rob Skane 3” will perform rock & power pop music outdoors in the park/ 6-8PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 15, 2013      1812: United States First War Lecture

    Presented by the French and Indian War Society/ 7-8PM. Fort William Henry Hotel Conference Center, Lake George. (518) 964-6626. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 15, 2013      Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    Aug. 15, 2013      Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Corn Maze Begins

    Explore the 6 acre corn maze to find fun history clues/ 10AM-5PM daily thru Sept. 2 (and then on weekends Sept. 7 – Oct. 20). Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 15, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Last Great Shoreline Preserve

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, enjoy 2.4 miles of wooded trails with views of Lake George and Vermont; advanced registration required/ 9AM-1PM. Warrick Road, Putnam (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 15, 2013      Let’s Drum Program

    Children and adults can play instruments from around the world/ 3-5PM. Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. northwarren.com


    Aug. 15, 2013      Magic Lantern Show

    A 19th Century hand painted slide show with Russell Serriane, who will describe and demonstrate these historical magic lanterns/ 7-9PM. Chester Library, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    Aug. 15-18, 2013      History Weekend at Fort William Henry

    Step back in time through a variety of historic events including “1812: The United States First War” lecture on Thursday, “Scottish Night” on Friday, “Colonial Dinner Dance” on Saturday, and “French and Indian War Encampment” on Saturday & Sunday. All events take place at the Fort William Henry Museum or Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George. More details are found on the official website and within these event pages. (518) 668-5471 or (518) 964-6626. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 16, 2013      Archeology in History of Up Yonda Farm

    Learn about the history as you dig up artifacts from the past at Up Yonda Farm; with special guest Linda White from the National Park Service/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 16, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “The Muppet Movie” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    Aug. 16, 2013      Coors Light Wing Festival

    Tasty chicken wings, Coors Light beer specials, games, rides, live music including bands: “Wild Adriatic,” “Barons in the Attic,” and headliner “IAMDYNAMITE”/ 7-10PM. Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Aug. 16, 2013      Guess What I Collect Workshop

    Children in 3rd grade and up can learn about displaying their collections/ 10:30AM-12Noon. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 16, 2013      Scottish Night

    The “Elgin Pipe Band” from Montreal, Quebec will perform Scottish music (bagpipes and drums)/ 7:30-9PM. Fort William Henry Hotel Veranda, Lake George. (518) 964-6626. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 16, 2013     Whitehall Music Concert

    Enjoy big band music of “Enerjazz”/ 7-9PM. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    Aug. 16-17, 2013      American Mountain Men Encampment

    Watch history unfold as interpreters dressed in period clothing demonstrate a variety of survival skills/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 16-18, 2013      Lake George Arts & Crafts Show

    Annual event during Firemen’s Family Festival featuring over 100 North Country craftsmen displaying their works of art/ 9AM-6PM. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. lgcraftshows.vpweb.com


    Aug. 16-18, 2013      Shrek the Musical

    A Broadway Upstate and Charles R. Wood Theater production/ 7PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Downtown Glens Falls. (518) 798-9663. woodtheater.org


    Aug. 16-18, 2013      Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival

    10th annual production of high quality bluegrass music including many regional artists and bands/ Fri. 12-10PM, Sat. 9AM-11PM, Sun. 9AM-3PM. Ski Bowl, North Creek. See full schedule: upperhudsonbluegrassfestival.com


    August 16 – 22, 2013      Lake George Music Festival

    A week long “classic music festival” featuring world class musicians & rising young stars/ Held at various locations in Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    Aug. 17, 2013      American Music Variety Show

    Time: 7-9PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    Aug. 17, 2013      Campfire Program

    An evening of “campfire talk” with Park Ranger Joe Craig, which will focus on the history of the Saratoga Battlefield/ 9-10PM. Battlefield at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821 or (518) 670-2985. nps.gov/sara


    Aug. 17, 2013      Chicken BBQ

    Enjoy a chicken BBQ, corn on the cob, potato salad, roll, cookies, and more/ 4PM. North River Firehouse, Thirteenth Lake Road, North River. (518) 251-4122. visitlakegeorge.com


    Aug. 17, 2013      Colonial Dinner Dance

    Authentic 18th Century food and music/ 7-9PM. Fort William Henry Hotel Conference Center, Lake George. (518) 964-6626. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 17, 2013      Historical Hauntings of Thurman Ghost Tour: a Journey Through Time

    Take a tour into Thurman’s ghostly past, hosted by Adirondack Spectral Investigations; proceeds benefit Thurman Station Association/ 2 Tours: 10AM & 12NOON. Thurman Town Hall, 311 Athol Road, Thurman, NY. (518) 623-9649. thurman-ny.com


    Aug. 17, 2013      Jailhouse Rock 5K Race

    11th annual benefit race featuring a fast course with a great downhill finish/ 8:30AM. Brookside Museum, 6 Charlton Street, Ballston Spa. (518) 885-4000. brooksidemuseum.org


    Aug. 17, 2013     Lake George Classical Music Festival Open Rehearsal

    By professional and student musicians from many prestigious institutions that are part of the week long classical music festival/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 17, 2013      LGLC Benefit Concert

    An evening performance by the “Prometheus Brass”; all proceeds benefit the Lake George Land Conservancy/ 6-9PM. Grace Memorial Chapel, Grace Memorial Chapel, Sabbath Day Point, Hague. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 17, 2013      Library Book Sale

    Annual event/ 9AM-3PM. Hillview Free Library, Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012. hillviewfreelibrary.org


    Aug. 17, 2013      Run-Pedal-Tube Triathlon

    Individual or team 5K foot race, 7.5 mile bike ride, followed by tubing across the Hudson River/ 9AM start. Various locations, Hadley-Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-4847. townoflakeluzerne.com


    Aug. 17, 2013      Writer Series

    Enjoy listening to local memoir writers (Carol Gregson, Bibi Wein, and Nancy Best) read their work/ 2PM. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 90-shirt. shirtfactorygf.com


    Aug. 17-18, 2013      Community Appreciation Weekend at Fort William Henry

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, & Essex Counties receive free general admission to the Fort/ Fort William Henry Museum, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 17-18, 2013       Digital Photography A-Z

    Take a 2 day Adirondack digital weekend photography workshop with award winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II. Beginner to intermediate photographers will learn the many facets of digital photography including camera basics, features, lenses, lighting, techniques, Photoshop skills, Q and A, classroom time and field experience/ Sat. 11Am-7PM and Sun. 6AM-2PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Aug. 17-18, 2013      French & Indian War Encampment

    18th Century Battle Re-enactments, encampment, sutlers-trade demonstrations, drills & skirmishes, workshops, 18th Century Colonial Dinner Dance, and more/ Encampment 9AM-5PM Saturday and 9AM-3PM Sunday (Battle Demonstration 2PM each day). Fort William Henry’s grounds and Battlefield Park, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Aug. 18, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: LaChute River Walk Interpretive Trail

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a 1.7 mile walk on a paved path with 12 interpretive signs that trace the natural and industrial history of the LaChute River (which connects Lake George to Lake Champlain); advanced registration required/ 10-11AM. Bicentennial Park, Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 18, 2013      Seagle Music Colony Performance

    Vespers Concert/ 5PM. Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre at Seagle Music Colony, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    Aug. 18, 2013      Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center

    “Lake George Music Festival” concert featuring classical music/ 1PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Aug. 19, 2013      DFWI Summer Lecture Series

    Boat builder Ruben Smith will give a presentation on “Remaking History: the Sound Inter Club Restorations and Reintroduction to Lake George”/ 7:30PM. Darrin Fresh Water Institute field station, 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541. rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    Aug. 19, 2013      Lasting Impressions with Children’s Museum of Saratoga

    Kids entering 2nd to 6th grades can make some fossils during this hands on program/ 10:30AM-12Noon and 1:30-3PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 19, 2013      Luzerne Music Center Season Finale: Fabulous Philadelphians

    Featuring Ricardo Morales, Philadelphia Orchestra’s principal clarinetist, performing works by Mozart and Brahms/ 7:30PM. Luzerne Music Center, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    Aug. 19, 2013      Monday Evening Lecture Series

    “Bewildered: Adirondack Great Camps and the Illusion of Harmony with Wilderness” lecture that discusses the cultural significance of the “Great Camps,” the iconic Adirondack architecture since the first Gilded Age/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 19, 203      Thurman Monday Night Concerts in the Park

    Listen to Beth Lawton & Dick Hogle as “Ampersand” playing upbeat music featuring vocal harmonies & traditional instruments/ 7PM. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Athol. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    Aug. 19-20, 2013     Orienteering

    Explore the basic skills of using a map and compass to navigate unfamiliar terrain/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 19-25, 2013      Travers Festival Week

    Enjoy a variety of events celebrating Saratoga’s mid-summer derby, The Travers Stakes (Sat., Aug. 24)/ Various locations, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-3255. saratoga.org


    Aug. 19-25, 2013      Washington County Fair

    A week long annual family fair featuring agricultural traditions, animals, 4H displays, motor sports, vendors, food, rides, music, and more; also Washington County Historical Societies will be selling hundreds of books on local history/ Washington County Fairgrounds, 392 Old Schuylerville Road, Greenwich. (518) 692-2464. washingtoncountyfair.com


    Aug. 20, 2013      Beethoven and Beyond

    Saratoga Chamber Music Festival performing works of Beethoven and Mendelssohn/ 7PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Aug. 20, 2013      Bolton Recreation Department Free Concert in the Park

    Outdoor music by “Out of the Blue”/ 7:15-9:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 20, 2013      Growing Up With Gardening: Sow, Grow & Know

    Learn about the life of sunflowers & how these plants move in response to the sun/ 10:30AM. Discovery Garden at Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 20, 2013      Maze by Moonlight

    Explore the Fort’s 6 acre corn maze at night with your flashlight, and search for the hidden stations to complete the Archeology Quest/ 8-11PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 20, 2013      Saratoga National Historical Park Music Series

    The track is closed on Tuesdays so head over to the park to enjoy traditional tunes & ballads by “Beth Lawton & Ampersand”/ 12-1PM. Battlefield at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Aug. 20, 2013      SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by, “The Marcabes,” as well as craft & food vendors/ 6:30PM. Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    Aug. 20, 2013      Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Listen to “Starline Rhythm Boys” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    Aug. 21, 2013      American Music Variety Show

    Time: 7-9PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    Aug. 21, 2013      France And Its People

    Take a photographic tour of France/ 7:30-9PM. Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. northwarren.com


    Aug. 21, 2013      Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Lake Street Dive” playing Pop & Rock music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Aug. 21, 2013      LGLC Round the Lake Challenge: Amy’s Park

    As part of the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Round the Lake Challenge, take a 2 mile walk on easy trails and enjoy the beaver pond at the park; advanced registration required/ 9-11AM. Padanarum Road, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Aug. 21, 2013      Movies in the Park

    Watch the movie, “Cool Runnings,” outdoors under the stars/ 8:30PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing (Rain Location: Town Hall). (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 21, 2013      Square Dancing

    Great family entertainment/ 7-9PM. Band Stand, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7675. schroonlakeregion.com


    Aug. 21, 2013      World Music Wednesday

    Listen to authentic Bulgarian folk music by the group, “Cherven Traktor”/ 1:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 21-23, 2013      Bats & Owls

    Discover the lighter side of these dark winged animals that rule the night sky/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 22. 2013      Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “Zucchini Brothers” performing a children’s show outdoors in the park/ 6-8PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 22, 2013      Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com


    Aug. 22, 2013      Fort Ticonderoga Guns by Night

    A unique 90-minute night time tour and dramatic demonstration of big & small 18th Century guns including the workings of the firelocks and cannons that armed the garrisons of Fort Ticonderoga, and the great guns used to attack and defend the Fort during the French and Indian War; advanced reservations required/ Gates open 7:30PM, tour begins 8PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 22, 2013      Lake George Music Festival Symphony Orchestra & Fireworks

    Final performance of the week long classical music festival, featuring Beethoven Symphony No. 5 and Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 1/ 7:30PM concert, followed by fireworks at 9:30PM. Shepard Park Amphitheater, Lake George Village (rain location: Lake George High School). (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    Aug. 22, 2013      Teddy Bears Picnic

    Kids ages 2 to 8 years old can bring their teddy bear and make an outfit, create art, and hear a story/ anytime between 10:30AM – 12Noon. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 23, 2013     Adirondack Riverfront Arts Festival

    To celebrate Warren County & Warrensburg Bicentennial, enjoy a fun filled day featuring works by local and regional artisans, exhibits, demonstrations, musical entertainment, locally grown produce & products, and more/ 12Noon-6PM. Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, 173 River Street, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497. warrenny200.org


    Aug. 23, 2013       Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “Time Bandits” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    Aug. 23, 2013      Fridays at the Lake

    Listen to music by “Stone Revival Band”/ 8PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    Aug. 23, 2013      Hadley Summer Concert

    Performance by “Vintage Country”/ 7PM. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Maple Street and Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    Aug. 23, 2013      Whitehall Music Concert

    Enjoy big band music of the “Washington County Concert Band”/ 7-9PM. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org


    Aug. 23-24, 2013      Lake George Rendezvous 40th Antique & Classic Boat Show

    A variety of antique, classic and contemporary boats will be on display on land and in water/ 10AM-4PM. Village Docks, Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 885-0145. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Aug. 24, 2013      Bubble Trouble

    Enjoy great bubble tricks by magician Jeff Boyer including juggling bubbles and sculpting with bubbles/ 10-11AM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 24, 2013      Ellen Sinopoli Dancers

    A series of dance performances performed by the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company and presented by the Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 681-1715. tpcca.org   upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    Aug. 24, 2013      Hyperion String Quartet

    Listen to the music of Verdi, Puccini, Mozart, and Shostakovich/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 24, 2013      Music at the Lake

    Blues Night/ 8PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    Aug. 24, 2013      Music by the River

    Enjoy listening to live music by “Cosmic Jackson” on the banks of the Hudson River/ 6-9PM. Riverfront Park at Railroad Place, North Creek. (518) 251-2612. gorechamber.com


    Aug. 24, 2013      North Warren Bicentennial Celebration

    A full day celebration of Warren County’s 200th anniversary featuring a parade (begins at the Pottersville Firehouse at 1PM with marching bands, floats, antique cars, and more and ends at the fairgrounds), followed by music (Christopher Shaw, The River Grass Band, Norwood Brass Band, Hudson Creek, & more), food galore, 60 exhibitors/vendors, crafts, kids rides, and fireworks/ Old Pottersville Fairground, Route 9, Pottersville. (518) 494-3443. northwarren200.com


    Aug. 24, 2013      Travers Stakes

    This Saratoga thoroughbred race is one of racing’s oldest stakes/ Gates open 7AM, post time 11:30AM. Saratoga Springs Race Track, Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-3255. saratoga.org


    Aug. 24-25, 2013      Lake George Open Water Swim

    Competitions in 2.5K, 5K, 10K, & 4 mile races/ 8AM. Hague Town Beach, Hague. lakegeorgeswim.com


    Aug. 24-25, 2013      NEACA Arms Fair

    Annual show & sale event featuring collector guns, military souvenirs, books, and militaria/ Sat. 9AM-5PM & Sun. 9AM-3PM. Saratoga Springs City Center, Broadway, Saratoga Springs. (518) 664-9743. saratoga.org


    Aug. 25, 2013      Film Classic: Gone with the Wind

    Terry Rabine of the Lake George Dinner Theatre will be hosting the screening of the film classic “Gone with the Wind” starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, which coincides with Rabine’s “Moonlight and Magnolia” production (at the Holiday Inn, Lake George), a behind-the-scenes comedy about the making of this epic film; trivia contest and unique raffle prizes during intermission/ 2PM. Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. woodtheater.org


    Aug. 25, 2013      Hawaiian Luau Party

    Enjoy a traditional Hawaiian luau buffet featuring roasted whole pig, Hawaiian BBQ chicken, & grilled salmon; reservations suggested/ 5PM. Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center, Lake George. (518) 964-6628. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Aug. 25, 2013      Lake George Arts Project: Art @ The Lake

    Annual fundraiser featuring works from over 30 contemporary artists that will be on exhibit and available for purchase; also enjoy live music with “Austin Barosi” and a light fare; proceeds to benefit the artists and the Lake George Arts Project/ 4-7PM. The Sembrich Opera Museum, Bolton Landing. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Aug. 25, 2013      Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center

    Amy Vedder will give a lecture on “Mountain Gorillas: Past, Present & Future”/ 7PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. Reservations & Info: (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Aug. 25, 2013       Tac Talks Lecture

    Lisa Mintz Messinger, former curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will give a lecture called, “O’Keeffe and Stieglitz: Lovers, Frenemies, and Enduring Partners,” which talks about these two art world giants over the course of 30 years/ 2PM. The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. (518) 792-9197. hydecollection.org


    Aug. 26, 2013      Adirondack Photo Adventure Cruise

    Take a 2 hour photography cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement with personal coaching from New York Foundation for the Arts photographer M. Scott Schaffernoth/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Aug. 26, 2013      Monday Evening Lecture Series

    Peter Bauer, Director of Protect The Adirondacks, will give a lecture on “The State of Adirondack Waters,” which will highlight the many threats and actions being used to protect the Adirondack Park’s clean water/ 7:30PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Aug. 26, 2013      Sembrich Film: Amadeus

    Watch this 1984 film, sponsored by the Sembrich Opera Museum/ 7:30PM. Bolton Free Library, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 26, 2013      Thurman Monday Night Concert in the Park & Fireworks

    Listen to music by Marty Wendell,” a Rockabilly Hall of Fame artist that has opened for Johnny Cash and many others; wear your poodle skirt and enjoy this showman/ 7PM concert, followed by Fireworks. Veterans’ Memorial Field, Athol. (518) 623-9649. thurmannyevents.com


    Aug. 26, 2013      Ventriloquist Sylvia Fletcher

    Kids ages 3 years and up will be amazed by her puppet show/ 2-2:45PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 26-27, 2013      GPS & Geocaching

    Learn how to use hand held GPS units to find locations in the woods, and discover the high tech treasure hunt of geocaching/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 27, 2013      Crandall Kids Garden Club

    Children 6 years and up can help plant, water, and harvest/ 4-5PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 27, 2013     Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion Exploration Tour

    90-minute guided tour of Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion (built in 1826) gives you a rare look inside and examines the history & use of this grand edifice/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 27, 2013      Kitchen Science Series

    Kids ages 7 to 12 years old and their parents can enjoy fun science experiments/ 2:30-3:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Aug. 27, 2013      Nature Walk for Kids

    Take an adventure in the great outdoors as you explore the pavilion landscape of the King’s Garden including the diversity of plants and wildlife/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 27, 2013      The Place Between the Great Waters

    Take a guided tour with a crew of battoe-men to see the walls of the Fort and explore the sights & stories of the shoreline of Ticonderoga and Mt. Independence – to see the way two generations of soldiers saw this lakeside fortress/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 27, 2013      Saratoga National Historical Park Music Series

    The track is closed on Tuesdays so head over to the park to enjoy the “Fort Ticonderoga Fife & Drum Corps” playing martial music of the American Revolution/ 12-1PM. Battlefield at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Aug. 27, 2013      SCA Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy music by “The Moreau Fun Band” at 5:30PM, followed by “Elvis” at 6:30PM; also shop craft & food vendors/ Outdoor Entertainment Center at South Glens Falls Historical Park (west side of Route 9 on First Street, adjacent to American Legion Post 553), South Glens Falls. (518) 793-1455. sgfny.com


    Aug. 27, 2013      Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Listen to “Smokey Greene & The Greene Brothers” in the park; bring a lawn chair/ 7-9:30PM. Stony Creek Town Park, corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5949. stonycreekny.com


    Aug. 27-30, 2013      High Peaks Photography Workshop

    Learn all the aspects of landscape and nature photography by award winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; discover wide angle, telephoto, macro, and panoramic photography; learn tips and techniques to enhance your photos; partake in photo discussions, Q & A, and field experience at several photo locations on the Elks Lake Preserve located at the base of the eastern High Peaks in the Adirondacks/ Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. at Elks Lake Lodge, North River. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Aug. 28, 2013      Fort Ticonderoga’s Garrison Ghost Tours

    Take a guided evening 90-minute tour to learn about the unexplained experiences recorded by staff and visitors over the past century and how it may be connected to the Fort’s past; advanced reservations required/ Gates open 7:30PM, tours begin at 8PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 28, 2013      Gospel Jam

    Pickers & listeners are welcome to this event hosted by The Bluebillies/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    Aug. 28, 2013       Hadley-Luzerne “History of Heroes” Cemetery Walk

    Learn about the local Rockwell Community Heritage and meet your history friends for a 1st annual cemetery benefit walk; refreshments, program handouts, honorary and special guests; part of the Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ 6:30-8PM (rain or shine). Potter’s Field in the Lake Luzerne Cemetery, Route 9N/Lake Avenue (across from the American Legion Post 862). (518) 696-4947 or (518) 696-7184. townoflakeluzerne.com


    Aug. 28, 2013            Lake George Arts Project Summer Concert Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez,” playing Blues, Soul and R&B music/ 7:30PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Aug. 28, 2013      SPAC Concert: The Allman Brothers Band with Steve Winwood

    Time: 6:30PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Aug. 28, 2013      Take A Bite

    Affordably priced tapas specials, famers markets, live music, and retailers open later/ 5-7PM. Downtown Glens Falls. facebook.com/downtownglensfalls


    Aug. 28-30, 2013      Monarch Watch

    Discover the life cycle of the Monarch butterflies, visit the farm’s butterfly garden, and tag & release Monarchs/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Aug. 29, 2013      Ballston Spa Concerts in the Park Series

    “Bent Wood Rockers” will perform acoustic, folk & country music outdoors in the park/ 6-8PM. Wiswall Park, Front Street, Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Aug. 29, 2013      Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ 9:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Aug. 29, 2013      Fort Ticonderoga Guns by Night

    A unique 90-minute night time tour and dramatic demonstration of big & small 18th Century guns including the workings of the firelocks and cannons that armed the garrisons of Fort Ticonderoga, and the great guns used to attack and defend the Fort during the French and Indian War; advanced reservations required/ Gates open 7:30PM, tour begins 8PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 29, 2013      Fort Ticonderoga’s History Beneath the Walls

    Take a new in-depth exploration of Fort Ticonderoga’s hidden past with curator, Christopher Fox; discover the remarkably preserved evidence of the Fort’s original structures (built over 250 years ago) and the systems that keep the Fort running today/ 1PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Aug. 29, 2013      Georgia O’Keefe at the Hyde & Wiawaka

    Take a tour of the Hyde Museum’s Georgia O’Keefe exhibit, followed by a Victorian tea and tour of Wiawaka House on Lake George (where O’Keefe won a scholarship as a student)/ 1-4PM. The Hyde Museum in Glens Falls and the Wiawaka House in Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    Aug. 29, 2013      My Summer Place Floating Classroom

    Take a trip aboard the Lake George Association’s Floating Classroom with a Hyde educator & teaching artist to learn about Lake George and the region where Georgia O’Keeffe created her work, and enjoy a hands-on program including drawing lessons of the Steiglitz property and the waters of Lake George; part of the Hyde’s “My Summer Place” programming/ 10AM-12Noon. Amherst Street Dock, Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    Aug. 30, 2013      Art in the Public Eye Outdoor Cinema

    Enjoy watching “Wall-E” outdoors under the stars/ Starts at dusk. City Park, Maple Street, Glens Falls. artinthepubliceye.com


    Aug. 30, 2013      Book Signing at TREES

    Father & son writing team, Gary & Justin VanRiper (authors of the Adirondack Kids Book Series) will sign their new book, “The Carousel Case, the Bicycle Race and The Black Fly Bad Guy”/ 5-8PM. TREES Adirondack Gifts & Books, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-5756. treesadirondackgifts.com


    Aug. 30, 2013      Fridays at the Lake

    Listen to music by “Mister F”/ 8PM. Shepard Park, Lake George Village. fridaysatthelake.com


    Aug. 30, 20123      SPAC Concert: John Mayer

    Born & Raised Tour with special guest Phillip Phillips/ 7:30PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Aug. 31, 2013      Hadley-Luzerne Lions Club Community Picnic & Duck Race

    13th annual event filled with activities for the public to enjoy including a picnic, duck race, live music, live animals and kids games/ 11AM. Pavilion Park, Route 9N, Lake Luzerne. (518) 654-9382. hadleyluzernelionsclub.org


    Aug. 31, 2013       Book Signing at TREES

    Authors Kim Ladd & Pam Ladd will be signing their book, “Happy Hour in the High Peaks: An Adirondack Bar Guide”/ 2-5PM. TREES Adirondack Gifts & Books, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-5756. treesadirondackgifts.com


    Aug. 31, 2013      Johnsburg Historical Society’s 40 Birthday Party

    Come to the Johnsburg Historical Society’s opening reception and birthday party featuring the new exhibit, “40 years celebrating 200 years,”family activities, games, music, make your own sundaes, and more/ 5-7PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Aug. 31, 2013      Night Hike

    Take a guided outdoor hike after dark to experience the calm and serene Adirondack woods with Shellie Kobaleski, as she tells the story of the origin of night/ Begins at dusk. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Aug. 31, 2013      Ride & Roast

    2nd annual fund raiser “No Excuse For Child Abuse,” features motorcycle bike ride, live entertainment by “Dirt Cheap,” silent auction, 50.50 raffle, food and more; to benefit the Wait House and Warren Washington Care Center/Registration and Ride at the Boar’s Nest Bar & Grill, Pattens Mills Road, Fort Ann at 11AM, followed by an after party at the Adirondack Bar & Grill, Route 149, Queensbury from 2PM. Information (518) 222-1281or (518) 232-8938.


    Aug. 31, 2013      Schroon Lake Annual Street Dance, Garage Sale & Fireworks

    Celebrate the end of the summer season/ Town-wide Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7675. schroonlakeregion.com


    Aug. 31, 2013      SPAC Concert: Zac Brown Band – Back by popular demand

    Time: 7PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Aug. 31, 2013      Thomas Pandolfi Piano Recital

    Featuring Franz Liszt transcription of Richard Wagner’s work, along with music by Beethoven, Verdi, and Schuman; performed by pianist Thomas Pandolfi/ 7:30PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Aug. 31, 2013      Trio Casals

    Musical performance by Trio Cassals (Violinist: Sylvia Ahramjian, Cellist: Ovidiu Marinescu, and guest Pianist: Janet Ahlquist) presented by the Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. tpcca.org upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    Aug 31-Sept.1, 2013      Bolton Landing Emergency Squad Arts & Crafts Festival

    Choose from original and hand made items from 30-40 arts and crafts vendors. 10AM-4PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 2013      Lake George Triathlon Festival

    Upstate NY’s Premier Olympic Distance Triathlon featuring a .9 mile swim, 24.8 mile bike ride, and a 6.2 mile run; also the Kids Splash-N-Dash/ visit website for more info: lakegeorgetri.com


    Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 2013       Photography Sale

    Adirondack photojournalist, Michael Sandy, will be selling his photographs/ Sat., 10AM-8PM. & Sun. 10AM-5PM. TREES Adirondack Gifts & Books, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-5756. treesadirondackgifts.com


    Aug. 31-Sept.1, 2013      Saratoga Final Stretch Music Festival

    During the final weekend of Saratoga thoroughbred racing, enjoy listening to music as you stroll up and down Broadway featuring R&B, Folk, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Bluegrass, Cajun, Barbershop music and more; hosted by the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce/ 7-11PM each night. Broadway, Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 587-8635. saratoga.org


    Aug. 31-Sept 2, 2013      Whitehall Town-Wide Yard Sale

    Find a variety of items at this community-wide garage, yard, tag, & sidewalk sale/ 12 Noon. Town-Wide Whitehall. (518) 499-4435. whitehall-chamber.org



    September 2013



    Sept. 1, 2013      Bountiful Bowl Benefit

    Purchase a one of a kind hand thrown pottery bowl filled with your choice of salad, soup or chili; also enjoy craft demonstrations and music; fundraiser for the Maxfield Community Food Pantry in Lake Luzerne/ 12Noon-4PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Sept. 1, 2013      Labor Day Celebration & Fireworks

    Celebrate the holiday with music & fireworks/ 8PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Sept. 1, 2013      Sembrich Lakeside Reception & Talk

    Program with the Sembrich artistic director, Richard Wargo/ 5PM. The Sembrich, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    Sept. 4, 2013      SPAC Concert: Kid Rock with ZZ Top

    Best Night Ever Tour/ 6:45PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Sept. 4, 2013      Wednesday Evening Book Discussion

    Come and chat with friends and read from the book, “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern (September book club selection)/ 6:30-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Sept. 5, 2013       Car Show Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake welcoming the Adirondack Nationals Car Show. 2nd Fireworks display, Sept. 7th/ View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Sept. 5, 2013       SPAC Concert: Maroon 5 & Kelly Clarkson

    With special guest Tony Luca/ 7PM. Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Sept. 5-8, 2013       Adirondack Nationals Car Show

    Annual Lake George event featuring classic cars, and more./ Fort William Henry and village/town-wide, Lake George. (518) 821-6237. adirondacknationals.com


    Sept. 6, 2013      Car Hop & Cruise

    A classic car cruise through downtown and car hop with music/ 6:30-10:30PM. Panther Mountain Inn, Main & Riverside Streets, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Sept. 6, 2013      Crandall Library Gala

    This major fundraiser for the library features dinner, auction, entertainment and award presentations/ 6-10PM. Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Sept. 6, 2013      First Friday in Ballston Spa

    Stroll through the village of Ballston Spa and enjoy live music, art displays and demonstrations, shops, restaurants, galleries and more/ 6-9PM. Downtown Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Sept. 6, 2013       Furry Fridays at the Adirondack Museum

    Dogs are invited for the day to enjoy the museum’s grounds with their family; explore the museum’s activities, including a vintage rowboat ride, scavenger hunt with prizes for your pooch, and a rustic agility course/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Sept. 6, 2013       Herb Harvesting Demonstration in the King’s Garden

    Learn about the individual plants in the herb garden, their uses, and how to harvest different types of herbs/ 10:30AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 6, 2013       Homeschool Day at Fort Ticonderoga

    A day at the Fort exclusively reserved for homeschool groups featuring a series of programs designed for homeschooled families/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 6, 2013       Sock Hop and Dinner Cruise

    Dancing and rock n’ roll music with “Bobby Dick” aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement/ 6:30-8:45PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Sept. 6-7, 2013       Candlelit Ghost Tours

    With hundreds of years of history, there are bound to be some ghost stories; take a tour of ghostly places/ Fort William Henry Museum, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Sept. 6-8, 2013       Adirondack Vettefest

    Featuring a car show and an auto cross on Prospect Mountain; a benefit for Operation Santa Claus/ The Ramada Inn, Queensbury and various locations. adirondackcorvettes.com


    Sept. 6-8, 2013       Saratoga Wine & Food Festival

    Enjoy fine food, fine wine, and fine cars with celebrity personality Mo Rocca/ Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Sept. 6-8, 2013       Tugboat Round Up

    Celebrate the maritime history of interior New York State at the Gateway to the NYS Canals featuring tugboat parades, boat rides, tours, children’s activities, arts & crafts, and fireworks/ Waterford Waterfront, Tugboat Alley, Waterford. (518) 233-9123. saratoga.org


    Sept. 7, 2013       50’s & 60’s Musical Variety Show

    Performances, refreshments, and 50/50 drawing/ 7-9PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9190. littletheater27.org


    Sept. 7, 2013       Camp Challenge Ride or Run

    Choose from the Camp Challenge Ride (a 30 mi. or 62 mi. bike ride through the Adirondacks) or the Camp Challenge Run (a 5K run/walk on the trails at Double H Ranch); benefit for the Double H Ranch, Registration required/ 7AM. Double H Ranch, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5676. doublehranch.org


    Sept. 7, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Spectacular fireworks display over the lake for the Adirondack Nationals Car Show Weekend/ 10PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com adirondacknationals.com


    Sept. 7, 2013       Girl Scout Day at Fort Ticonderoga

    In cooperation with Girls Scouts of Northeastern New York, enjoy a day of activities designed for girls scouts of all ages/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 7, 2013       LocalFest: Stuff Made Here

    2nd annual celebration of all things locally made that showcases both the history and continued tradition of manufacturing in Glens Falls and the surrounding area; festivities include live music, artists demonstrations, author readings, wine tasting, fine arts and crafts for sale, children’s activities, and more/10AM-5PM. The Shirt Factory, 71 Lawrence Street (corner of Lawrence and Cooper Streets), Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. localfest.net


    Sept. 7, 2013       Tac Talks

    At LocalFest, Tim Weidner of the Chapman Historical Museum will give a lecture, “They Call it the Shirt Factory: What About McMullen Dresses?”/ 10:15AM. The Shirt Factory, 71 Lawrence Street (corner of Lawrence and Cooper Streets), Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. localfest.net


    Sept. 7, 2013      Traditional Mountain Folk Music Concert

    Enjoy great music at this Warren County Bicentennial Celebration/ 2-4PM. Green Meadows Park, 37 Harrisburg Road, Stony Creek. (518) 696-5911. warrenny200.org


    Sept. 7-8, 2013       Heroic Corn Maze: A Corn Maze Adventure

    Explore the unique corn maze designed in the shape of the Fort with history clues and winding paths/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 7-8, 2013       Washington County Cheese Tour

    During this 7th annual event, take a self-guided drive-yourself tour of a variety of Washington County artisanal cheese farms/ 10AM-4PM. Various locations, Washington County. washingtoncountycheese.com


    Sept. 8, 2013       Adirondack Women

    Sue McLane, who will be dressed in authentic antique clothing, will present a discussion on women of the 19th Century who lived in the Adirondacks and those who were greatly impacted by the area/ 2-4PM. Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Sept. 8, 2013       Bolton Central School PTO Kick Off Carnival

    Entertainment, bouncing fun, food, and games/ 1-6PM. Bolton Central School, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com facebook.com/boltonpto


    Sept. 8, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion Exploration Tour

    This 90-minute guided tour of Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion (built in 1826) gives you a rare look inside and examines the history & use of this grand edifice/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 8, 2013       Stony Creek Band CD Release Party

    Come and celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary at their CD Release Party; bring your dancing shoes and come get your new CD; also cash bar and restaurant is open/ 4-7PM. Roaring Brook Ranch, Lake George. roaringbrookranch.com stonycreekband.com


    Sept. 8-14, 2013       Boathouse Restaurant Wine Festival

    The Boathouse Restaurant, 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (518) 668-2389. discovertheboathouse.com


    Sept. 9, 2013       Adirondack Photo Adventure Cruise

    Take a 2 hour photography cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement with personal coaching from New York Foundation for the Arts photographer M. Scott Schaffernoth/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Sept. 9, 2013       Memory Sharing

    All are welcomed to this program that focuses on sharing and writing your life stories/ 1-2:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Sept. 10, 2013       Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce Annual Auction

    Silent auction and cocktails (5:30-7PM), buffet dinner (7PM), and live auction (8PM)/ The Shelving Rock Terrace Room at The Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing. Reservations: (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Sept. 10, 2013      Harvesting & Preserving the Bounty of the Herb Garden

    While the gardens are lush and full, herbalist Nancy Scarzello will give a hands on class on how to prepare flowers, leaves, and roots for drying, freezing, and preserving for teas and seasonings all winter; delicious bags of herbs and recipes are available to take home/ 2:30 – 3:30PM (Rain date: Sept. 11). Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 11, 2013       50’s & 60’s Musical Variety Show

    Performances, refreshments, and 50/50 drawing/ 2-4PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9190. littletheater27.org


    Sept. 11, 2013       9-11 Memorial Service

    Sponsored by the Warrensburg Fire Department/ 7-8PM. Warrensburg Bandstand, Corner of Main Street and Elm Street, Warrensburg. (518) 623- 2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    Sept. 12, 2013       Concert: Casting Crowns

    Enjoy a night of music by this three time Grammy award winner/ 7PM. Civic Center, Glens Falls. (855) 432-2849. glensfallscc.com


    Sept. 12, 2013       Second Thursday Readings at Willows Bistro

    This month’s program features readings by artist and poet Matt Daly, Reiki Master & author Penelope Jewell, and Warrensburg writer Pat Leonard/ 7PM. Willows Bistro, Warrensburg. For more information visit: persisgranger.com


    Sept. 12, 2013       Tac Talks

    Artist talk with John Hampshire/ 6-8PM. Visual Arts Gallery at SUNY Adirondack, Queensbury. sunyacc.edu/studentlife/visualartsgallery


    Sept. 13, 2013       Hidden History Tours

    Curator-led tours of the boat and rustic furniture collection housed at the Collection Storage & Study Center/ 11AM-4PM. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Sept. 13, 2013       “Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre”

    Adirondack Flatline Players & Sweet Basil Restaurant presents: “Sam Club, Private Eye, in The Case of the Motor Coach Murder,” a murder mystery dinner theater show with a 3-course meal/ Meet Cast Members at 6PM, Dinner at 6:30PM, and Show at 7:30PM. Sweet Basil Restaurant, Route 9, Queensbury. Reservations: (518) 792-5300. sweetbasilqueensbury.com


    Sept. 13, 2013       Wine & Beer Tasting Cruise

    Music aboard the Mohican/ sailing 7-8PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Sept. 13-14, 2013       Irish 2000 Festival

    17th annual two day event celebrating Irish music and culture/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. (888) 414-3378. irish2000fest.com


    Sept. 13-15, 2013       Rum Runners Weekend

    A roaring twenties celebration featuring the Speak Easy Costume Ball, Babe Ruth Battle of the Bats, Vaudeville Talent Show, and more; a 2013 Warren County Bicentennial event/ 1-11PM. Panther Mountain Inn, Main & Riverside Streets, Chestertown. (518) 494-2401. northwarren.com


    Sept. 13-15, 2013      Teddy Roosevelt Rides Again and The Leviathan Steam Train Festival Weekend

    A huge fun-filled weekend comprised of a series of themed events to commemorate the 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt, and his connection with the regions’ history; festivities include: historical talks and train ride with Teddy Roosevelt (portrayed by nationally recognized Teddy Roosevelt reprisor, Joe Wiegand of Shawnee, TN), historic craft & trade demonstrations, the Leviathan Steam Train Special Excursion, old tyme BBQ, historical walking tours, North Creek Depot Museum D&H Rail Fair, and Entertainment including a special appearance by “Dan Levinson and his Canary Cottage Dance Orchestra” – a 6 piece ensemble rag-a-jazz band playing ragtime and jazz from the early 1900’s/ All events take place in North Creek. See website for full schedule and times: sncrr.com


    Sept. 13-15, 2013       Women’s Liberation Festival: Uncovering Your Inner Goddess

    A post season weekend retreat/ Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Arts & Arrows

    3rd annual medieval arts event featuring old world artisans, a variety of classes (home brew & wine making, etc.), Archery Championship, pot luck feast, and more/ 9AM-9PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 955-5523. littletheater27.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Fireworks display over the lake for the Lake George Jazz Weekend/ following the 7:30PM performance in Shepard Park. View fireworks from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Author Series

    Author Theodore Corbett discusses his new book “No Turning Point: The Saratoga Campaign in Perspective” (11:30AM), followed by book signing (12:30PM). Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Greenjackets Football Game

    The Glens Falls Greenjackets football team will play the Plattsburgh NorthStars/ 7PM. East Field Stadium, Dix Avenue, Glens Falls. (518) 798-1928. greenjacketsfootball.com


    Sept. 14, 2013       Moreau Community Center Block Party

    New Street will be closed for a day of family fun including delicious food, music by “The Marcabes” (5-8PM), vendors, Bulldog Auction, and great kids activities (petting zoo, bounce house, obstacle course, and more)/10AM-8PM. The Moreau Community Center, 144 Main Street, South Glens Falls. (518) 792-6007. moreaucommunitycenter.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Outdoor Games

    Kids will enjoy fun filled outdoor games and activities in the Adirondacks/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Sept. 14, 2013       Salem’s 6th Annual Harvest Fest

    The best in local produce and crafts, enjoy a locally-sourced dinner, music and dancing/ from 12Noon. Salem Art Works, Salem. (518) 854-7674. greenwichchamber.org


    Sept. 14, 2013       Tour Thurman: A Guided Jaunt Into Homes & History

    Take a narrated tour by caravan of cars to visit four sites to learn about these old places and their people; and also a luncheon/ 11:45AM-4PM. Thurman Town Hall, 311 Athol Road, Thurman. (518) 623-9305.  persisgranger.com


    Sept. 14-15, 2013       Brown’s Raid Re-enactment

    A two day battle re-enactment that features the American raid (led by Colonel John Brown) on the British at Ticonderoga during September of 1777/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 14-15, 2013       Lake George In-Water Boat Show

    New & used boats on display, demo rides, and area dealers/ 10AM-5PM. Village Docks, Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 791-0070. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Sept. 14-15, 2013      Lake George Jazz Weekend: Jazz at the Lake 2013

    Lake George Arts Project’s 30th Annual Jazz Festival featuring established and emerging jazz musicians/ 1PM. Shepard Park, Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Sept. 14-15, 2013       The Leviathan Special Train Ride

    The highly sought after reproduction steam engine, the Leviathan No. 63, will make its debut during North Creek’s Teddy Roosevelt Rides Again Weekend; enjoy a round trip train ride from Corinth to North Creek to join in the festivities of that weekend (one way trips also available)/ Departs Corinth Station at 9AM. Visit the Saratoga North Creek Railway website for more info: sncrr.com (877) 726-7245.


    Sept. 14-15, 2013       Rustic Furniture Fair

    The 26th annual festival of rustic arts featuring handcrafted furniture, furnishings, and Adirondack paintings by more than 50 renowned craftsmen (rustic makers, artisans, and artists) from all over the United States; exhibitors will also be available for questions and discussions/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Sept. 14-15, 2013       Tour of the Adirondacks

    3rd annual bike tour of the Adirondacks featuring the Prospect Mt. Hill Climb (5.9 miles) on Saturday in Lake George and the Gran Fondo Adirondacks (40 or 100 mile ride) on Sunday in Lake Luzerne. touroftheadirondacks.com


    Sept. 15, 2013       Adirondack Legends Folk Festival

    Enjoy a free concert of traditional and contemporary Adirondack music and stories featuring well known Adirondack folk musicians Chris Shaw, Dan Berggren, Bill Smith, & newcomer, Alex Smith/ 1PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2619. lakegeorgemirror.com


    Sept. 15, 2013       Hole in One for Hole in the Woods Golf Tournament

    A miniature golf tournament at Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf, Queensbury (9AM) followed by BBQ, games, and activities at Crandall Park, Glens Falls (12Noon); a benefit for the Double H Ranch. (518) 696-5021. doublehranch.org


    Sept. 15-21, 2013       Lake George Area Restaurant Week

    Participating restaurants in the Lake George Region provide a 3 course meal for only $20.13 (excludes beverage, tax & gratuity), sponsored by the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce/ Various locations in the Lake George Region. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Sept. 15-22, 2013       Saratoga Peace Week

    Free daily events to promote peace everywhere; featuring international speakers, authors, musicians, and storytellers/ various locations, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6091. peace-ing.org


    Sept. 19, 2013       The Music of Stephen Foster

    During this Warrensburgh Historical Society sponsored event, enjoy a talk by Bill Maher on the music of Stephen Foster from the Civil War period as well as other music/ 7PM. For more information: (518) 623-2928. whs12885.org


    Sept. 19-22, 2013       Adirondack Balloon Festival

    A four day annual hot air balloon event featuring balloons in flight including special shapes; also entertainment, kids activities, food vendors, block party, car show, craft show, moonglow and more/ Various locations in Glens Falls & Queensbury: Crandall Park, Downtown Glens Falls, and Floyd Bennet Memorial Airport. (518) 222-4593. adirondackballoonfest.org


    Sept. 20-22, 2013       Fort Ticonderoga Seminar on the American Revolution

    10th annual seminar that focuses on the military, political, and social history of the American War for Independence; pre-registration required/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 20-22, 2013       Glenwood Manor Antiques & More Hot Air Balloon Sale & Show

    Antiques, collectibles, & an assortment of gifts inside the 34 room shop or outside under the front lawn tents at this annual show during the Adirondack Balloon Festival weekend/ 10AM-5PM. Glenwood Manor Antiques, Queensbury. (518) 798-4747. glenwoodmanorantiques.net


    Sept. 20-22, 2013       Titus and Andronicus

    A Shakespeare play set during the latter days of the Roman Empire that tells the fictional story of a general in the Roman army named Titus, performed by the Hudson River Shakespeare Company/ 8PM on Fri. & Sat. and 2PM on Sat. & Sun. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-4418. hudsonrivershakespeare.org littletheater27.org


    Sept. 20-22, 2013       Town of Hague Oktoberfest Weekend

    A weekend of Fall fun for the entire family featuring Friday night family tent dance (live music with “Calamity Rock,” festival food, beer tent) 6-11PM; Saturday Oktoberfest (big beer and wine tent, Iive music with “Fritz Polka Band,” kids activities, German & festival food, keg toss, and Miss Oktoberfest relay) 12Noon-7PM; and Sunday Sunrise Service and Fellowship Hour (a nondenominational musical service led by Silver Bay Chaplain Bruce Tamlin) 9AM/ Hague Town Park, Intersection Route 9 and Route 8, Hague. (518) 543-6441. visithague.com


    Sept. 21, 2013      Chapman Tag Sale

    Featuring home goods and furnishings on the grounds of the museum/ 8AM-2PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Sept. 21, 2013       Glory Day Music Festival

    Celebrate your faith at Glory Day with uplifting music featuring great local bands and delicious foods/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Sept. 21, 2013       Maze by Moonlight

    Explore the fort’s 6 acre corn maze at night using your flashlight to search for hidden stations and complete the archeology quest/ 8-11PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 21, 2013       Monarch Watch

    Learn about the life cycle of the Monarch butterflies including the Fall migration in North America, visit the butterfly garden, and tag & release monarchs/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Sept. 21, 2013       Old Fort House Museum Garage Sale

    Annual garage, book, estate, & plant sale/ 9AM-4PM. Old Fort House Museum Campus & Gift Shop, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    Sept. 21, 2013       Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop: Gore Mountain Photography Camp

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop for beginning & intermediate photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations/ 9:30AM-5:30PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Sept. 21, 2013       Spirits of the Old Fort House

    Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the opening of the Old Fort House Museum, meet your favorite “spirit” who once stayed or lived here/ 6:30-9PM. Old Fort House Museum Campus & Gift Shop, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    Sept. 21-22, 2013       Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival

    Two days of races in the Adirondacks featuring 5K, 10K, half-marathon, marathon and 1K children’s fun run; also runners expo, pasta dinner, and activities. Chestertown and Schroon Lake area. For more information: (518) 532-7675. adirondackmarathon.org


    Sept. 21-22, 2013       Fort William Henry Community Appreciation Weekend

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Essex counties will receive free general admission to the fort/ Fort William Henry, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Sept. 21-22, 2013       Revolutionary War Grand Encampment

    In celebration of the Battlefield’s 75th Anniversary as a National Park, visitors are invited to this free two day encampment featuring over 230 living history volunteers dressed in Revolutionary War attire, 1777 American & British camps with tents, musket & cannon firings, horse-mounted troops, campfires, discussions on camp life & battles, learn about 1777 Army food, cooking, & medicine, listen to historical sermons by military chaplains, wreath laying ceremony, and more/ Sat. 9AM-5PM & Sun. 10AM-3:30PM. Battlefield at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Sept. 22, 2013       Saratoga Peace Fair

    In conjunction with Saratoga Peace Week, enjoy the Peace Fair featuring 50+ exhibitors, fair trade products, live music (Dan Berggren, Bob Warren, John Ferrell, Joe Bruchac, & the Solidarity Singers), activities (kids art, face painting, pin wheels for peace, peace quilts, and drum circle), lunch, vendors, and more/ 12Noon-4PM. Presbyterian New England Congregational Church, 24 Circular Street, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6091. pnecchurch.org


    Sept. 22-23, 2013       Farm Fest

    A drive yourself tour to many Clifton Park farms to learn about farming and enjoy riding a horse, picking apples, taking a hay ride, and eating country food/ various locations in Clifton Park. (518) 371-6667. saratoga.org


    Sept. 22-26, 2013      Fall Mountains & Lakes 5 Day Nature Photography Workshop

    Take a comprehensive Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop for beginning to advanced photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; and practice at photo locations in the Adirondack High Peaks/ Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc., at the Adirondack Rock & River, Keene, NY (Lake Placid area). (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Sept. 22-27, 2013      Adirondack Apple Festival Week

    The Boathouse Restaurant, 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (518) 668-2389. discovertheboathouse.com


    Sept. 23, 2013       Adirondack Photo Adventure Cruise

    Take a 2 hour photography cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement with personal coaching from NY Foundation for the Arts photographer M. Scott Schaffernoth/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Sept. 24, 2013       The Beaver: NYS’ s Official Mammal

    A lecture series with guest speaker Tom Kalinowski/ 7PM. Hadley-Luzerne Public Library, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu


    Sept. 25, 2013      Gore Mountain Region Chamber Golf Tournament

    Dinner, prizes, and more/ Cronin’s Golf Course, Warrensburg. (518) 251-2612. gorechamber.com


    Sept. 25, 2013        Gospel Jam

    Pickers and listeners are welcomed to this event hosted by the Bluebillies/ 7-10PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 632-5026. littletheater27.org


    Sept. 25, 2013       Lake George Arts Project Golf Tournament

    4 person scramble, lunch, golf, prizes, and buffet banquet: fundraiser for the Lake George Arts Project/ Top of The World Golf Resort, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Sept. 26, 2013       Folklife Concert

    Performance by Al & Kathy Bain/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Sept. 27, 2013       Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    Adirondack Flatline Players & Sweet Basil Restaurant presents: “Sam Club, Private Eye, in The Case of the Motor Coach Murder,” a murder mystery dinner theater show with a 3-course meal/ Meet Cast Members at 6PM, Dinner at 6:30PM, and Show at 7:30PM. Sweet Basil Restaurant, Route 9, Queensbury. Reservations: (518) 792-5300. sweetbasilqueensbury.com


    Sept. 27-28. 2013       Ragnar Relay Adirondacks

    Beautiful scenic Fall run from Saratoga Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, along the Hudson River, passing through the Lake George Region, and finishing in Lake Placid. For more information: ragnarrelay.com/race/adirondacks


    Sept. 27-29, 2013       Festival For The Lake

    A huge 3 day block party event to benefit S.A.V.E. Lake George, featuring the region’s popular bands and musicians, food and drinks, and a variety of incredible activities/ Village-Wide, Lake George. (518) 668-5771.


    Sept. 28, 2013       Autumn Hike

    Enjoy a spectacular scenic vista of Lake George and learn about the Fall foliage during a guided hike with a naturalist/ 1-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Sept. 28, 2013       Brooktoberfest

    Festival of foods from local restaurants, music for all ages, silent auction and raffles, under the big tents; proceeds support education programs for Capital Region school children/ 6PM. Brookside Museum, Ballston Spa. (518) 885-4000. brooksidemuseum.org


    Sept. 28, 2013       Chapman Cemetery Tour

    Members of the Glens Falls Community Theater will portray characters from the past; a Chapman Historical Museum event/ 10AM-1PM. (Tours start every half hour and riding tours are also available). Glens Falls Cemetery, Bay Road, Glens Falls. Reservations: (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Sept. 28, 2013       Dodge and Scream Dodgeball Tournament

    Be a participant or spectator/ 9AM Registration, 10AM Tournament. Splashwater Kingdom at Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Sept. 28, 2013       Fall Festival and Blessing of the Animals

    In celebration of the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, have your pets blessed during this New Skete Monastery’s annual blessings of the animals/ 2-5PM. New Skete Monastery, Cambridge. (518) 677-3928. newskete.org


    Sept. 28, 2013       Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display during the Festival For The Lake Weekend/ 8:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771.


    Sept. 28, 2013       Gore Mountain Leaf Cruncher

    Annual 5K trail run/ 12Noon Registration, 1PM Run. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Sept. 28, 2013       Heritage Harvest and Horse Festival

    A full day of Autumn fun for the whole family celebrating the sights, sounds & tastes of Fall; view demonstrations of equestrian sports and working horses, enjoy family fun activities including sack races, explore the King’s Garden Harvest Market for Fall food including fruits, vegetables, pumpkins, gourds, jams & jellies, and discover the Heroic Corn Maze/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 28, 2013       Oktobeerfest 2013

    Featuring Fall seasonal American craft beer, European specialty beer, local vendors, food, and live music/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. saratoga.org


    Sept. 28, 2013       Quarry Dog Day

    A family and dog friendly day featuring dog related vendors and activities, including artists and crafters, dog babysitters, quarry shanty dog photo booth, bring home a piece of slate stamped with your dog’s paw print, and more/ 10AM-3PM. Slate Valley Museum, Granville. (518) 642-1417. slatevalleymuseum.org


    Sept. 28-29, 2013       French & Indian War Encampment

    Experience the French & Indian War of 200 years ago with mock battles, talks with soldiers and their families, camp life, sutlers & vendors/ 10AM. Rogers Island Visitors Center, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3693. rogersisland.org


    Sept. 29, 2013       Autumn Leaves Car Show

    The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting this 27th annual event featuring about 200 cars of a variety of classes (including custom cars, muscle cars, street rods, etc.), participant judging, awards, chicken BBQ, ice cream, music, door prize and more/ 9AM-3PM. Granville Elementary School, 61 Quaker Street, Granville. (518) 642-1010. granvillechamber.com


    Sept. 29, 2013       One Day Nature Photo Tour: Fall Waterways

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop for intermediate & advanced photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction and practicing at photo locations/ 11AM-7PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at View, Old Forge. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Sept. 29, 2013       The Pumpkin Run

    5K run/walk (9AM), and a kids 1K fun run (10AM); proceeds benefit the Glens Falls Medical Mission Foundation/ Queensbury School, Queensbury. (518) 631-1526. gfmmf.org


    Sept. 29, 2013       Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center

    Latin Jazz performance by Stefon Harris Quartet/ 5PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Sept. 29, 2013       Taste of the North Country

    Sample delicious foods from area restaurants; fundraiser for the Glens Falls Kiwanis/ 11AM-3PM. City Park, Downtown Glens Falls. glensfallstaste.com



    October 2013



    Oct. 1-10, 2013       Boathouse Restaurant Oktoberfest

    The Boathouse Restaurant, 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (518) 668-2389. discovertheboathouse.com


    Oct. 2, 2013       An Afternoon With The Bluebillies

    Music, 50/50 drawing and refreshments/ 2-4PM. Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    Oct. 2, 2013       Warren County Bicentennial Lecture Series

    Tales of Lake George from “The Adirondack Attic” by Andy Flynn; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 3, 2013       Folklife Concert

    Performance by “Tom Akastens & Neil Rossi”/ 7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 4, 2013       Furry Fridays at the Adirondack Museum

    Dogs are invited for the day to enjoy the museum’s grounds with their family; explore the museum’s activities, including a vintage rowboat ride, scavenger hunt with prizes for your pooch, and a rustic agility course/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Oct. 4-5, 2013     Pumpernickel’s Restaurant Octoberfest

    Enjoy Octoberfest festivities featuring authentic German food, German bands & music, polka dancing, beer, and drinks/ Fri. & Sat. starting at 3PM. Pumpernickel’s Restaurant, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2106. pumpernickels.com


    Oct. 5, 2013     Adirondack Museum’s Fall Fest

    A fun filled family Fall Harvest event featuring fiber arts, crafts, wagon rides, music, and more/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Oct. 5, 2013     Boo and Ghoul Scout Day

    Boy scouts and girl scouts will have a hauntingly fun time with thrilling rides, chilling Fright Fest, Spooktacular Costume Contest, and all you can eat catered lunch/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Oct. 5, 2013     Music from Manchester

    Enjoy listening to music of Schumann and Giannini on violin, viola, cello and piano/ 7:30PM. Upper Hudson Musical Arts at the Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. upperhudsonmusicalarts.org


    Oct. 5, 2013     Oktoberfest Luncheon Cruise

    Aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Oct. 5, 2013     Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop for beginning & intermediate photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations/ 11AM-7PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc., Brant Lake. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Oct. 5, 2013     Soup, Sandwich, & Dessert Dinner

    Made by the area’s best cooks/ 4-7PM. United Methodist Church, Pottersville. (518) 494-3374.


    Oct. 5-6, 2013     Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival

    5th annual event featuring over 120 vendors from New York and New England; demonstrations & workshops, equipment and supplies for knitting, spinning, and weaving, festival foods, local grown foods and products, livestock supplies, kid fun, and much more/ Washington County Fairgrounds, Greenwich. (518) 692-2464. adkfiber.com


    Oct. 5-6, 2013     World’s Largest Garage Sale

    34th annual event sponsored by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, featuring over a 1,000 vendors selling antiques, crafts, collectibles, new items, and food/ Town-wide, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    Oct. 6, 2013     Bark in the Dark

    Dress up your pampered pooch and have a howling good time at the canine costume contest with prizes/ 12Noon registration and 1PM contest. Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Oct. 6, 2013     One Day Nature Photo Tour: Fall Landscapes & Waterways

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, and practicing at photo locations/ 11AM-7PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc., Brant Lake. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Oct. 6, 2013     Pavilion Exploration Tour

    This 90 minute guided tour of Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion (built in 1826) gives you a rare look inside and examines the history & use of this grand edifice/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 6, 2013     Sundays at Tannery Pond Community Center

    Performance by Jen Chapin (daughter of Harry Chapin) and A. J. Croce (son of Jim Croce)/ 4PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Oct. 8, 2013     Adirondack Hunting Traditions

    Lecture series with guest speaker Dan Ladd/ 7PM. Hadley-Luzerne Public Library, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu


    Oct. 9, 2013      Adirondack Photo Adventure Cruise

    Take a 2 hour photography cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement with personal coaching from NY Foundation for the Arts photographer M. Scott Schaffernoth/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Oct. 9, 2013     Warren County Bicentennial Lecture Series”Boats & Boating on Lake George”

    by Hallie Bond; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 10, 2013     Folklife Concert: Performance by “Bob Warren Trio”

    7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 11, 2013     Garlic Festival at the Farmers Market

    Samplings, locally grown produce, food contests, horticulture information, music and more/ 3-6PM. Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, River Street, Warrensburg. (518) 466-5497.


    Oct. 11-13, 2013     Lake George Oktoberfest Fall Festival

    A street-wide German celebration featuring arts & crafts show, Oompah & Polka bands, street entertainers, games, contests, authentic German and specialty crafted beers, food specialties, fireworks, and more/ Festival Hours: Fri. 6-10PM, Sat. Noon-10PM (Fireworks at 8:30PM), Sun. 12Noon-4PM. Craft Hours: Sat. 9AM-9PM, Sun. 9AM-4PM. Canada Street, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771 (518) 668-5755. Click here for more info.


    Oct. 12, 2013     Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner Cruise

    Aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement/ 6:30PM. Lake George Steamboat Co., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Oct. 12, 2013     Country Classic Car Show

    View classic and antique cars/ 10AM-3PM. Washington Square, Village of Greenwich. (518) 692-7030. greenwichchamber.org


    Oct. 12, 2013     Fireworks in Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display; during the Lake George Oktoberfest Fall Festival Weekend/ 8:30PM. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street and Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Oct. 12, 2013     Great Brant Lake Duck Race & More

    Cheer on your own personal duck (prizes will be given for the winners) 12Noon at Mill Pond; also pancake breakfast 9AM at the Horicon Fire Department, and pumpkin painting 12:30PM at Horicon Community Center/ Various locations in Brant Lake. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Oct. 12, 2013     International Observe the Moon Night

    Learn about the moon & NASA’s Lunar Programs, and observe the moon through telescopes with lunar scientist Rosemary Millham, Ph.D./ 6-8PM. Up Yonda Farm Education Center, Bolton Landing. lglc.org observethemoonnight.org


    Oct. 12, 2013     Old Fort House Museum Garage Sale

    Annual garage, book, estate, & plant sale/ 9AM-4PM. Old Fort House Museum Campus & Gift Shop, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    Oct. 12, 2013     Peak Season Century Ride

    Bike 100 miles around Lake George to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. For more information: peakseasoncentury.org


    Oct. 12, 2013     Thurman Fall Farm Tour

    Enjoy a day of country fun in Thurman, where Heritage is cultivated; featuring self-guided tours of private farms and public sites, demos, tractors, crafts, quilts, woodworking skills, ghost investigation, and many more special activities including a pancake breakfast, gourmet lunch, and Fire Co. BBQ/ 10AM-4PM. Various locations in Athol/Thurman. Schedule and map available in town and online: thurmanfallfarmtour.com (518) 494-4984.


    Oct. 12, 2013     Zombie Run 5K

    Race the clock and run from blood thirsty flesh eating zombies during this 5K run; also live music and food/ 8:30AM check-in, 10AM race, and 12PM survival bash. Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Oct. 12-13, 2013     Bolton Landing Fall Festival

    Celebrate the Fall season at the Bolton Landing Emergency Squad Arts & Crafts Festival (10AM-4PM) at Rogers Memorial Park, and the Bolton Town-wide Garage Sale (9AM-5PM) Town-wide, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Oct. 12-13, 2013     Gore Mountain Harvest Fest

    Annual Fall Festival featuring live entertainment, Fall food and drink menu, Adirondack vendors, children’s entertainers and activities, gondola sky rides, downhill mountain biking, scenic helicopter rides and more/ 11AM-4PM. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411. goremountain.com


    Oct. 13, 2013     “The Way We Were” Car Show

    A wide variety of cars and trucks to view, outdoor barbecues, music, and vendors/ 9AM-4PM. (Rain date: Oct. 20). Front Street, Downtown Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Oct. 16, 2013     Warren County Bicentennial Lecture Series

    “Wooley at Lake George” by Timberlake & Terrie; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 16-17, 2013     Silver Bay Photographing Creativity Workshop

    Take a comprehensive three day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; and practice at photo locations/ Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at Silver Bay YMCA Conference Center on Lake George. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Oct. 17, 2013     Slime Time – With the Mad Science Club

    3:15PM. Town of Chester Public Library, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    Oct. 18, 2013     Garrison Ghost Tour

    Take an evening guided tour to recount the many unexplained events experienced by staff and visitors over the past 100 years/ open at 7:30PM and tour begins at 8PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 18, 2013     Graveyard Walks

    Meet some of Warrensburg’s original settlers (from Warrensburg’s first 100 years) and hear their stories at the Warrensburg Cemetery, also enjoy a gourmet dessert buffet at Cornerstone Victorian B&B; reservations required/ 7PM. Warrensburgh Historical Society, Warrensburg. For more information: (518) 623-2928. whs12885.org


    Oct. 18, 2013     Zombie Homecoming

    It’s the most extreme high school homecoming party on the planet with Total Entertainment, thrilling rides, chilling Frightfest, and more/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Oct. 18-19, 2013      Haunted Barn

    Enjoy the biggest and best haunting in the area/ 6-9PM.  Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    Oct. 18-19, 2013     Haunted Trail & Barns

    Venture through the woods for thrills and chills, and enjoy spooky stories by the campfire; also visit Casper’s “No Scare” area for younger children and a non-scary trick or treat trail/ 6-9PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Oct. 18-20, 2013     Intuitive Development and Paranormal Weekend

    Presentations and workshops to learn how to live an intuitive life featuring professional practitioners of intuition development, alternative practices, holistic medicine, and paranormal investigation/ Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center, Lake George. (518) 668-3081. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Oct. 18-20, 2013     Photography Workshop: Photographing Autumn in the Adirondacks/Introduction to Printing

    Spend the weekend photographing the Adirondacks, learn how to make the Fall colors pop, and explore the basics of printing your images; for beginner to intermediate level photographers/ Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    Oct. 18-20, 2013     Postmortem by Ken Ludwig Performance

    Presented by Our Town Theatre Group/ Fri. & Sat. 7:30PM and Sun. 1PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 406-8840. tpcca.org


    Oct. 19, 2013     Candlelight Tour of Schuyler House

    Take a guided candlelight tour through General Philip Schuyler’s 1777 country house, followed by period music and light refreshments/ 6-9PM. Schuyler House at Saratoga National Historical Park, Stillwater (Saratoga). (518) 664-9821. nps.gov/sara


    Oct. 19, 2013     Harvest Gala Fundraiser

    Dining, live music by Standing Room Only, dancing, live & silent auctions to benefit Southern Adirondack Independent Living (promotes the independence, equality and dignity of people with disabilities)/ 5:30PM-12Midnight. Holiday Inn, Broadway, Saratoga Springs. (518) 792-3537.


    Oct. 19, 2013     Lake George Fall Landscapes Photography Tour

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop to capture the Fall colors in the Lake George Region, with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II/ 10AM-6PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. in Lake George. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Oct. 19, 2013     Maze by Moonlight

    Explore the fort’s 6 acre corn maze at night using your flashlight to search for hidden stations and complete the archeology quest/ 7-10PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 19, 2013     MS Monster Scramble 5K, 10K and 1 Mile Family Fun Stroll

    Run to stop MS during this Halloween themed benefit event. Fort William Henry, Lake George. (518) 464-0112. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Oct. 19, 2013     St. Clement’s School 30th Annual Craft Show

    Vendors galore, basket raffles, 50/50, bake sale, breakfast, lunch, and free parking/ 9AM-3PM. St. Clement’s School Gymnasium, 231 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs.


    Oct. 19, 2013     StewFest

    Downtown Glens Falls restaurants participate in a homemade stew-off, where attendees sample and vote for their favorites; also live music, entertainment and activities/ 1-4PM. Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visit.cityofglensfalls.com


    Oct. 19, 2013     Writer Series

    Local authors read from their works/ 2PM. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    Oct. 19-20, 2013     Fort William Henry Community Appreciation Weekend

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Essex counties will receive free general admission to the fort/ Fort William Henry, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    Oct. 20, 2013     Halloween Pug Party & Parade

    A 14th annual event that’s all about the pugs and their families; costume contests and awards, pumpkin decorating contest, pug parade, and retail vendors/ 9AM-3PM. Dynamite Hill Recreation area, Route 8, Chestertown. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Oct. 20, 2013     Pavilion Exploration Tour

    This 90 minute guided tour of Fort Ticonderoga’s Pavilion (built in 1826) gives you a rare look inside and examines the history & use of this grand edifice/ 11AM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 20, 2013     Perfect Pictures Every Time Workshop

    Take a comprehensive one day Fall Adirondack Nature Photography Workshop for beginning & intermediate photographers with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II; learn about the facets of digital & film photography: camera basics, features, menus, composition, lenses, lighting, techniques; workshop includes classroom instruction, Q & A, and practicing at photo locations/ 10AM-6PM. Carl Heilman II – Wild Visions Inc. at the Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 494-3072. carlheilman.com


    Oct. 25, 2013     Garrison Ghost Tour

    Take an evening guided tour to recount the many unexplained events experienced by staff and visitors over the past 100 years/ open at 7:30PM and tour begins at 8PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 25, 2013     Graveyard Walks

    Meet some of Warrensburg’s original settlers (from Warrensburg’s first 100 years) and hear their stories at the Warrensburg Cemetery, and enjoy a gourmet dessert buffet at Cornerstone Victorian B&B; reservations required/ 7PM. Warrensburgh Historical Society, Warrensburg. For more information: (518) 623-2928. whs12885.org


    Oct. 25, 2013     Greenwich Elks Annual Halloween Party

    Costume party with prizes and bands, sponsored by BPOE #2233 Elks Auxiliary/ 8PM-12Midnight. Elks Lodge, Route 40S, Greenwich. (518) 692-2347. greenwichchamber.org


    Oct. 25-26, 2013     Haunted Barn

    Enjoy the biggest and best haunting in the area/ 6-9PM.  Little Theater on the Farm, Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    Oct. 25-27, 2013     Friends of Crandall Public Library Book Sale

    Fri. 9AM-5PM, Sat. 9AM-4PM, & Sun. 1-4PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Oct. 26, 2013     Boathouse Annual Halloween Costume Bash

    With special Halloween Menu & Live Music featuring Millie Goble/ 7-11PM. The Boathouse Restaurant, 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (518) 668-2389. discovertheboathouse.com


    Oct. 26, 2013     Boo 2 You Trick or Treat

    A fun and family friendly Halloween Block Party with trick or treating, and fun activities/ 2-4PM. Glen Street, Downtown Glens Falls. (518) 761-3864. visit.cityofglensfalls.com


    Oct. 26, 2013     Falling Leaves Festival

    Costume parade (3:30PM from Wiswall Park through the village to Kelley Park), followed by costume contest, food, family activities & karaoke/ ends at 9PM. Ballston Spa. (518) 885-5711. ballston.org


    Oct. 26, 2013     Goblin Gallop 5K Run

    Come in your costume and run the 5K goblin gallop, followed by Halloween treats/ 9AM. Abraham Wing School, Glens Falls. (518) 798-4066. adirondackrunners.org


    Oct. 26, 2013     Saratoga Fall Festival

    A Halloween celebration with pumpkin decorating, costume parade, a pumpkin roll, cupcake decorating, face painting, treat or treat candy at stores and restaurants, traveling magicians, and more/ 10AM-6PM. Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 339-0636 (518) 587-8635. saratoga.org


    Oct. 26, 2013     Treats Without Tricks Family Costume Parade & Corn Maze Candy Quest

    A non scary Halloween experience featuring a colorful costume parade with prizes for adults and children and sweet treats hidden in the 6 acre heroic corn maze/ 3-6PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 27, 2013     Creatures and Carvings

    Learn about creatures of the night, followed by pumpkin carving/ 2-4PM. Hudson Crossing Park, Schuylerville. hudsoncrossingpark.org


    Oct. 27 , 2013     Dinner with the Dead

    Dine with some of Warrensburg’s original settlers and hear their stories: reservations required/ 6PM. Warrensburgh Historical Society at Lizzie Keays Restaurant, Warrensburg. For more information: (518) 623-2928. whs12885.org


    Oct. 27 , 2013     International Cuisine & Auction

    This 23rd annual fabulous event will feature a full course buffet dinner from the region’s finest International and American fare restaurants, and auction items; fundraiser for the World Awareness Children’s Museum/ Six Flags Great Escape Lodge, Queensbury. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrensmuseum.org


    Oct. 27, 2013     Greenwich Halloween Parade

    Annual parade, costume contest, and treats for all/ 1-3PM. Main Street, Village of Greenwich. (518) 692-7979. greenwichchamber.org


    Oct. 27, 2013     Pumpkin Smackdown

    Bring along a pumpkin to the park to get in for a kid’s price admission and participate in the 5th annual Pumpkin Smackdown (pumpkin smashing) to win great prizes/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Oct. 27, 2013     Standup Comedian Jeff Dunham

    A performance by this popular comedian on his “Disorderly Conduct” Tour/ 3PM. Civic Center, Glens Falls. (855) 432-2849. glensfallscc.com


    Oct. 31, 2013     Halloween Parade

    Sponsored by the Warrensburg Fire Department/ 4-5PM. Hudson Headwaters Parking Lot, Main Street, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    pumpkin halloweenHappy Halloween!

    Check out the Halloween Time page for hauntingly fun Halloween activities!



    November 2013



    Nov. 2, 2013     Black Velvet Art Party

    At this 25th annual Lake George Arts Project fundraiser event, partake in the celebration of Black Velvet Art featuring donated original works of art by area artist. Features a silent auction, art & fashion awards, limbo contest, live music by “Bad Chaperones,” dancing, and more; this year’s theme is “Shine!” Takes place dockside aboard the Lake George Steamboat Company’s Lac du Saint Sacrement, Lake George Village. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    Nov. 2, 2013    Sten Isachsen Guitar

    Presented by Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30PM. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 681-1715. tpcca.org


    Nov. 3, 2013    Autumn Leaves Chronicle Book Fair

    Local & regional authors, booksellers, talks, signings, children’s activities/ 11AM-4PM. Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. (518) 792-1126.


    Nov. 6, 2013    Warren County Bicentennial Lecture Series

    An illustrated talk about the “History of the Sagamore Hotel” by Carol McCarthy; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Nov. 7, 2013    Folklife Concert: Performance by “Shady Rill”

    7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Nov. 9, 2013    The First Call of Duty: Honoring the Veterans of 1775 and Beyond

    Learn about the service of the first American soldiers, as well as the common and uncommon sacrifice of soldiers at Ticonderoga; veterans admission free of charge/ Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Nov. 10, 2013    Blizzard Blast

    Dinner, music, dancing, cash bar, and snowmobile raffle; hosted by Thurman Connection Snowmobile Club/ 3PM until closing. Thousand Acres Ranch Resort, Stony Creek. (518) 623-9234. thurmannyevents.com


    Nov. 13, 2013    Warren County Bicentennial Lecture Series

    An illustrated talk on “O.C. Auringer, Centennial Poet” by Maury Thompson; co-hosted by the Chapman Historical Museum & the Folklife Center/ 7-8PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Nov. 14, 2013    Folklife Concert: Performance by “Sky Blue Boys”

    7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Nov. 14, 2013    Mannheim Steamroller Christmas

    For over 28 years, America’s favorite Holiday celebration created by Grammy award winner Chip Davis features the beloved Christmas music of Manheim Steamroller with multi media effects/ 7PM. Civic Center, Glens Falls. (855) 432-2849. glensfallscc.com


    Nov. 15, 2013    Chapman Wine & Chocolate Tasting

    During this Chapman Historical Museum event, enjoy 60+ domestic and imported wines, local cheeses, chocolates and desserts/ 5:30-8PM. Queensbury Hotel, Ridge Street, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Nov. 15, 2013    Ice Fishing Season Begins

    Fish for Northern Pike, Pickerel, Walleye, etc. during the ice fishing season that runs through April 30, 2014. (518) 897-1333. dec.ny.gov


    Nov. 16, 2013    Lake George Polar Plunge Special Olympics

    Take a plunge into Lake George during the 7th annual wild, crazy, and fun event; benefits the Special Olympics of NY/ 12Noon. Shepard Park Beach, Lake George. (518) 388-0790. polarplungeny.org/lakegeorge


    Nov. 17, 2013    Lake George Community Band Salute to Veterans Concert

    In celebration of the Warren County Bicentennial, enjoy listening to music reflecting on our brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces; selections performed by the Lake George Community Band begin with the Revolutionary War continuing through 2013/ 2PM. Glens Falls High School, 10 Quade Street, Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. warrenny200.org


    Nov. 21, 2013    Folklife Concert: Performance by “Andrew & Noah Band”

    7-8:30PM. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Nov. 21, 2013    Holiday Lighted Tractor Parade

    Tractors with floats and trailers decorated with lights for the Holidays/ 6PM. Historic Downtown Greenwich. (518) 692-7979. greenwichchamber.org


    Nov. 23-28, 2013    Bookfair at Barnes & Nobles to Benefit Adirondack Folk School

    A portion of purchases will benefit the Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne; in store only at the Saratoga Barnes & Nobles (Route 50) on Saturday November 23, and online November 23-28. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Nov. 24, 2013    Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Dinner

    12Noon-2PM. Warrensburg Firehouse, Elm Street, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    Nov. 24, 2013    South Glens Falls 2013 Holiday Parade

    A winter wonderland themed parade with decorated floats, bands, community participation and Santa/ 1PM. Sponsored by the Glens Falls National Bank & the Village of South Glens Falls. Route 9 (Saratoga Avenue), South Glens Falls.


    Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2013     Holiday Open House at The Shirt Factory

    10AM-5PM. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    Nov. 30, 2013    Light Up The Village

    Annual tree lighting ceremony, holiday singing, and Santa/ 5PM. Shepard Park & Lake George Firehouse, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com



    December 2013



    Dec. 1, 2013     Bolton Christmas Tree Lighting

    A Holiday celebration with hayrides, Santa, Christmas caroling, and lighting of the Christmas tree/ 2-4PM. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Dec. 1, 2013    Greenwich Tree Lighting

    Holiday tree lighting memorial/ 5PM. Town Commons, 2 Academy Street, Greenwich. (518) 692-7622. greenwichchamber.org


    Dec. 5, 2013    Victorian Street Walk

    27th annual event with music, Victorian costumes, Santa & Mrs. Claus, live reindeer, festival of trees, gingerbread house display, entertainment and more/ 6-10PM. Broadway, Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 587-8635. saratoga.org


    Dec. 5-8, 2013    Saratoga Festival of Trees

    Annual festival to benefit the Catholic Charities/ Saratoga Springs City Center, Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 587-5000. saratoga.org


    Dec. 6, 2013    Ballston Spa Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting

    During Ballston Spa’s Holiday Themed First Friday, enjoy a holiday parade with Village Christmas tree lighting; shops, restaurants, and museums will be opened/ 6-9PM. Downtown Ballston Spa. ballston.org


    Dec. 6, 2013    Hometown Holidays Festival in Downtown Glens Falls

    An annual holiday celebration including festive Christmas carolers, family activities, music by the Greater Glens Falls Army Band, visit with Santa & his elves, Tree lighting ceremony, and more/ 5:15-8:30PM. Downtown Glens Falls. facebook.com/downtownglensfalls


    Dec. 6, 2013    Lake Luzerne Holiday Festival

    Featuring Lake Luzerne Mural dedication, Christmas Tree lighting, kids activities, holiday entertainment and more/ 3-7PM. Pavilion Park, Harmon House and other locations, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org townoflakeluzerne.com


    Dec. 6, 2013      Queensbury Tree Lighting

    The Town of Queensbury will be celebrating the holiday season at this holiday party featuring a tree lighting ceremony, children’s activities and visit with Santa/ 6-8PM. Queensbury Town Hall & Activity Center, Town of Queensbury. queensbury.net


    Dec. 6-8, 2013    North Country Festival of the Trees

    A Winter Wonderland beautifully decorated with trees, wreaths, centerpieces, stockings, gingerbread houses, etc. to be viewed and purchased; shop for handmade items at the holiday boutique, breakfast with Santa, Gala Reception, Sugar Plum Ball, entertainment and games; benefits Prospect Center/ Sat. 11AM-6PM, Sun. 11AM-4PM. Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. (518) 798-0170. prospectcenter.com


    Dec. 7, 2013    Breakfast with Santa

    Pancake breakfast, pictures with Santa and his helpers, kids activities & crafts, and more/ 7:30-11:30AM. Greenwich Elks Lodge, Route 40S, Greenwich. greenwichchamber.org


    Dec. 7, 2013      Christmas with Santa in Chestertown

    Kids can visit with Santa, partake in cookie decorating and enjoy the holiday music. Great holiday gifts available too/ 10AM-12PM. Town of Chester Municipal Center, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    Dec. 7, 2013    The Noble Train Begins: Ticonderoga Guns For the Siege of Boston

    10AM-4PM. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Dec. 7, 2013    Reindeer Run

    A 5K run on a mostly flat course/ 8AM. SUNY Adirondack, Queensbury. adirondackrunners.org


    Dec. 7-8, 2013    Christmas in Warrensburg

    25th annual old fashioned Holiday celebration including the Holiday Craft Fair, musical performances, children’s activities, Church bazaars, Santa, demonstrations, workshops, and a tree lighting ceremony/ Warrensburg. For more information: (518) 623-2161 (518) 466-5497. warrensburgchamber.com


    Dec. 8, 15, 22, 26-30, 2013    Village of Lights at the North Pole

    Visit the Home of Santa’s Workshop and enjoy an evening stroll to see the beautiful Christmas lights, ride the carousel, and observe the Nativity Pageant under the stars/ 4:30-8PM. Santa’s Workshop, North Pole. (518) 946-2211. northpoleny.com


    Dec. 14, 2013    Greenwich Elks Christmas Party

    An evening of Christmas dinner and dancing/ 6PM-12Midnight. Elks Lodge, Route 40S, Greenwich. (518) 692-2061. greenwichchamber.org


    Dec. 14, 2013    Homes for the Holidays House Tour

    Take a tour of 8 area homes dressed for the Holiday season/ 12:30-5PM. Meet at Historic Salem Courthouse, 58 E. Broadway, Salem. (518) 854-7053. greenwichchamber.org


    Dec. 14, 2013    Meet Santa Claus

    12Noon- 2PM. Warrensburg Firehouse, Elm Street, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    Dec. 14-15, 2013    December Open House at The Shirt Factory

    10AM-5PM. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    December 25, 2013

    Visit the Holiday Season Page for more holiday events & activities


    Dec. 31, 2013    First Night Saratoga Celebration

    Experience music, art, comedy and family friendly entertainment/ 6PM. Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-4132. saratoga-arts.org/firstnight


    Dec. 31, 2013    New Year’s Eve Dinner Cruise

    On Lake George, aboard The Lac Du Saint Sacrement/ 6-8PM. Lake George Steamboat Company, Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Dec. 31, 2013    New Year’s Eve Party & Fireworks Cruise

    On Lake George, aboard The Lac Du Saint Sacrement/ 10PM-12:30AM. Lake George Steamboat Company, Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Dec. 31, 2013    New Year’s Eve Gala

    Enjoy the greatest New Year’s Eve party/ Georgian Lakeside Resort, Lake George. (518) 668-5401. georgianresort.com

     



    January 2014



    Jan. 1, 2014     New Year’s Day Champagne Brunch Cruise

    On Lake George, aboard The Lac Du Saint Sacrement/ 12Noon. Lake George Steamboat Company, Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Jan. 1, 2014     New Year’s Day Frost Bite Cruise

    Live entertainment, drinks, assorted menu and cruise on Lake George aboard the Adirondac/ 12Noon & 2:30PM. Shoreline Cruises, Lake George. (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    Jan. 1, 2014      New Year’s Lake George Polar Plunge Swim

    Ring in the New Year with a frigid swim in the Queen of American Lakes during this annual polar plunge; also family activities to enjoy/ 10:30AM registration at Duffy’s Tavern and 1PM start at Shepard Park, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5323. visitlakegeorge.com



    February 2014



    Snowflake 1Lake George Winter Carnival

    Annual outdoor winter activities that takes place every weekend (Saturdays & Sundays) during the month of February at Shepard Park in Lake George Village. Click here for more winter carnival info or visit lakegeorgewintercarnival.com

    February 15-16, 2014       Antiques Market Place at Sutton’s 2nd Anniversary Celebration

    Enjoy refreshments & sales of eclectic antique & vintage selections from the 18th century thru mid-century modern during President’s Weekend/ 9AM-5:30PM. The Antiques Market Place at Sutton’s, Queensbury. (518) 708-0010. Click here for more info

    February 22, 2014         10th Annual Guarino Youth Ice Fishing Contest

    Come to this annual ice fishing contest sponsored by the Lake Luzerne Regional Chamber of Commerce and Lake Luzerne Conservation Rod & Gun Club, featuring trophies awarded to winners; also food, hot chocolate, soup, and chili to enjoy/ 8AM-12Noon. Town of Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-6122. lakeluzernechamber.org

    February 26, 2014        Chapman Museum Talk: History of Lunch Wagons & Diners in NY State

    A free program offered featuring an illustrated talk by Michael Engle on the history of lunch wagons and diners in New York State/ 7PM. Chapman Historical Museum, Glen Street, Downtown Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org



    March 2014



    Saturdays       Maple Sugaring

    Enjoy the process of tapping, collecting and boiling sap from our New York maple trees to make delicious sugary maple syrup/ 1-2PM every Saturday in March. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com

    March 2, 2014      Bands N’ Beans

    Lake George Arts Project’s annual fundraiser featuring delicious chili and great music/ Roaring Brook Resort, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org

    March 2, 2014       Pancake Breakfast and Maple Festival

    To celebrate the maple sugaring season, come to Up Yonda Farm for a delicious pancake breakfast, followed by a fun and educational guided tour of the farm’s sugarhouse featuring presentations and demonstrations/ 9AM-2PM. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com

    March 15, 2014       Full Moon Showshoe Hike

    Enjoy a full moon snowshoe hike at Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center in Bolton Landing, followed by a restaurant crawl at many Bolton Landing area restaurants; arrive 5:15PM, begins 6PM. Sponsored by the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com

    shamrockMarch 15-16, 2014     Sham “Rock” The Block Parade

    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a two day festive party featuring Irish music, beer garden, vendors, pub crawl, dog show, celtic games, kids games, face painting, pony rides, wagon rides, and parade with Grand Marshal Bill Manion of Molly Malone’s Irish Gifts/ Sat. from 10AM, Sun from 12Noon. Parade begins at 12Noon on Sunday and will travel up Canada Street to Amherst Street, Lake George Village. (518) 361-2559.(518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com

    March 15-16, 22-23, 29-30      Thurman Maple Days 2014

    From pancake breakfasts to maple & goat farm tours, enjoy three weekends of maple sugaring featuring tours, demos, tastings, crafts, shopping and more at this annual event/ Saturdays & Sundays 10AM-4PM. Athol/Thurman area. (518) 623-4744. Click here for more info or visit thurmanmapledays.com

    March 27, 2014       Hearts For The Arts Dinner & Silent Auction Fundraiser

    During this 5th Annual event, enjoy a three course dinner and silent auction featuring handmade items to benefit the Adirondack Folk School/ kickoff at 5PM. Mollie’s Mason Jar Restaurant, Park Ave., Hadley. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org

    March 28-30, 2014 & April 4-6, 2014      The Great Upstate Boat Show

    Boats and boat accessories will be on display by Upstate New York boat dealers & lifestyle vendors; also enjoy seminars, presentations and more/ Fri. 11AM-8PM, Sat. 9AM-7PM, Sun. 10AM-5PM.  Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome), Sherman Ave., Queensbury. thegreatupstateboatshow.com



    April 2014



    April 1, 2014      Trout Season Begins

    Enjoy fishing for trout in Warren County  April 1-October 15, 2014. Please verify regulations before fishing/ (518) 897-1200. Visit Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) for more info.


    April 1, 2014      12 Years A Slave

    Award winning film based on the true story of Soloman Northup, a free black man kidnapped and sold into slavery; Free/ 2:30PM and 6:30PM. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x3. www.crandalllibrary.org


    April 5, 2014      Glens Falls Brewfest

    Fundraising event for Adirondack Theatre Festival and Feeder Canal Alliance. Regional and local craft brewers showcase their beer. Food and entertainment also/ 4PM-8PM. Queensbury Hotel – 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls. www.glensfallsbrewfest.org 


    April 4-6, 2014      The Great Upstate Boat Show

    Browse a selection of boat and boat accessories; also enjoy seminars, presentations and more/ Fri. 11AM-8PM Sat. 9AM-7PM Sun. 10AM-5PM. Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome) – Sherman Ave., Queensbury.  www.thegreatupstateboatshow.com


    April 6, 2014      Eggstravaganza, 7th Annual Benefit for the Double H Ranch

    A memorable day at the Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Water Park!  Start the day with breakfast and children’s activities centered around a spring theme.  Then change into your bathing suit and enjoy the water park for the rest of the day!  A great way to spend time as a family while raising money for a great cause.  9:30AM-11:00AM Breakfast and activities, 1:00AM-close-complimentary admission to the water park. Great Escape Lodge – 89 Six Flags Drive Queensbury. (518) 696-5676. www.doublehranch.org  


    April 8, 2014      Much Ado About Nothing

    Classic Shakespeare film with a contemporary feel; Free/ 2:30PM and 6:30PM. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x3. www.crandalllibrary.org


    April 11, 2014      Rachel Ray Spring Benefit Cooking Show

    Rachel returns to Lake George yearly for a fundraiser for the student scholarship; watch her cook and speak live! Tickets on sale March 22 at the Lake George High School 9AM to 12PM. Limit 6 tickets per person. Sponsored by the Lake George Alumni Association/ Lake George Central High School – 381 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 696-7184.


    April 12, 2014      Adirondack Winery’s 6th Anniversary Celebration

    Debuting new wines and great food in honor of their 6th year!  Offering many fun wine games and excellent raffles prizes as well as new souvenir wine glasses.  Enjoy wine tastings, games, prizes and a live DJ/ 5:30PM-8:30PM. The Georgian Lakeside Resort – 384 Canada Street, Lake George. www.adirondackwinery.com


    April 12, 2014      Rotary 5K Race

    Benefitting High Peaks Hospice and Literacy Volunteers Glens Falls Chapter. 8AM Registration, 10AM Race. Starts and ends at SUNY Adirondack – 640 Bay Road, Queensbury. www.glensfallsrotary.org


    April 12, 2014      3rd Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium  “New Garden Visions”

    Learn easy-to-implement gardening strategies from 4 featured speakers in an informal setting that encourages interaction between speakers and attendees.  Informative for both experienced and novice gardeners. Lunch available/ 9AM-3:30PM. Deborah Clarke Mars Education Center, 30 Fort Ti Road, Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821 Must pre-register. www.fortticonderoga.org/


    April 12, 2014      Pond Skimming Contest

    Springtime ski & snowboard contest. Strap on your downhill mode of choice and splash across Bullfrog Bog. One splash each and then the judges award for style and distance. All ages welcome, most importantly, dress up/ 9AM registration 11AM contest begins. Gore Mountain, North Creek. (518) 251-2411 www.goremountain.com


    April 13, 2014      An Eggs-tra Special Victorian Easter

    Easter egg hunt and Easter egg roll with craft projects and refreshments. Fun for the whole family/ 2-4PM. Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. www.chapmanmuseum.org


    April 13, 2014      YMCA Camp Chingachgook Open House

    Looking for the perfect summer camp for your child?  Come check out Camp Chingachgook and see for yourself what makes this the most popular sleep away camp on Lake George! Talk to camp staff, see the beautiful views and hike nearby trails/ 2PM-4PM. YMCA Camp Chingachgook -1872 Pilot Knob Road, Kattskill Bay, on Lake George. (518) 656-9462. www.cdymca.org


    Planet EarthEarth Week

    April 14 – 26, 2014
    Enjoy an assortment of Earth Week
    outdoor events & activities throughout the week.
    Fun for the family during Spring Break Vacation!


    April 17, 2014      Family Nature Scavenger Hunt

    Great for school age kids-look for items in nature while on an easy pace hike with the family. 1 1/2 mile hike round trip, Free, Registration Required/10AM-1PM Shumann Preserve, Pilot Knob Road, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. www.lglc.org


    April 18, 2014      Geocaching Easter Egg Hunt

    In celebration of Earth Week & Easter, kids will absolutely love this unique east egg hunt; learn about geocaching – using a GPS to search for hidden Easter egg items/ 10AM. Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Spring. (518) 584-2000, ext. 150. www.nysparks.com/parks/saratogaspa/


    April 19, 2014      Easter Egg-Stravaganza Egg Hunt

    Kids ages 2 years to 5th grade will enjoy hunting Easter eggs; a donation of a canned food item or $1 per person is appreciated to benefit the Open Door Mission in Glens Falls; pre-registration required/ 1:15PM. Crandall Park, Glens Falls. www.vantagepointechurch.com/easter-egg-hunt


    happy easter eggHappy Easter

    April 20, 2014  

    Have a wonderful Easter! Check out our Earth Week – Earth Day page and Springtime page for more events & activities happening during Spring Break and Easter Time!


    April 22, 2014      Medora

    A story of a varsity basketball team in mid-western America; Free/ 2:30PM and 6:30PM. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518)792-6085 x3.  www.crandalllibrary.org


    EarthHappy Earth Day!

    April 22, 2014
    Find out what’s happening around the region for Earth Day!


    April 24-27, 2014      ADK Fiber Experience Getaway Weekend

    Adirondack Folk School is excited to announce lots of fiber art classes during the day Friday and Saturday and fun evening events Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and then two free tours on Sunday in conjunction with the Washington County Fiber tour. Come for the whole weekend and stay at the Fort William Henry, or come for the day classes and meet interesting artists from around our region. For more info call (518) 696-2400. www.adirondackfolkschool.org


    April 26, 2014      Warren County Soil & Water’s Conservation Celebration

    Family friendly celebration to celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. Seedling handout, informational displays on green infrastructure ideas and ways to reduce stormwater runoff. Fun water related activities for all ages./9AM-1PM. Hovey Pond Park – 25 Lafayette Street, Queensbury. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    April 26-27, 2014      Maple in April Festival

    Lots of “sweet” activities to celebrate maple season in the north country. Maple demonstrations, recipe contest, wagon rides, children’s activities, face painting, train rides, farm pets, pony rides, BBQ, fish fry, karaoke & fireworks on Saturday, craft vendors, hobby trains, Dog Jazz Agility Arena at Rockwell St. & Old Corinth Rd., Fiber Arts Fair, blue grass music and much more!/8AM-dusk Sat. 10AM-3PM Sun. Along Rockwell Street, Hadley. hadleybusinessassociation.net


    April 27, 2014      Cooper’s Cave Coin Club Spring Show

    A great collection of stamps and coins. Much to see, everything from the new collector to the experienced; Free/ 10AM-4PM. VFW Post #6196 – Luzerne Road, Queensbury. (518) 623-2178.


    April 27, 2014      Lake George Half Marathon-5K Fun Run

    Into running? Register to race either a half marathon (13.3 miles) or a 5K (about 3.2 miles) in Lake George Village; Or volunteer and cheer on the runners! 8AM half marathon start time. Start and finish is in the back of the Fort William Henry Conference Center – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. Click here for more info.


    April 27, 2014      “Wedding of your Dreams” Bridal Show

    See top bridal vendors, including bridal gowns, DJ’s, bakeries, limos, event decor etc. and let them help you plan your big day! Get all you ideas under one roof for free/ 12PM-3PM. Holiday Inn Turf in Lake George – 2223 Canada St Route 9, Lake George. (518) 668-5781.


    April 29, 2014      All is Lost

    Award winning film about survival at sea starring Robert Redford; Free/ 2:30PM and 6:30PM. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518)792-6085 x3.  www.crandalllibrary.org



    May 2014



    May 2, 2014      Chris Young in Concert

    Enjoy a night of country music; special guests Courtney Cole & Jarrod Niemann/ 8pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. 1-885-432-2849. glensfallscc.com


    May 2-4, 2014      Arsenic & Old Lace – Glens Falls Community Theatre

    Enjoy a classic comedy presented by a local theatre company/ Fri-Sat, 8pm; Sun 2pm. Charles R. Wood Theatre – 207 Glen St, Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800.


    May 2-4, 2014      Boat Ride & Steak Roast Weekend

    Dinner cruise on Lake George followed by live music and dancing at the American Legion Post 374. Roast on Saturday, Breakfast Sunday Morning/ Fri. 6pm; Sat. 12pm; Roast 3pm/ American Legion Post 374 – American Legion Rd, Rte 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-2045. nylegionpost374.org


    May 2-4, 2014      Para History Con 2

    This paranormal convention includes vendors, merchandise, lectures and a celebrity hosted ghost hunt/ Fri. 7pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. para-historycon.com  fwhmuseum.com


    May 3, 2014      57th Annual Hudson River White Water Derby

    Whitewater slalom races for experienced and beginner kayak and canoeists. Fun to participate or fun to watch/ 9am Registration 11AM Start time. Route 28, North Creek. (518) 251-2612. whitewaterderby.com


    May 3, 2014      Chris O’Connor Charity Golf Tournament

    Organized by members of Psi Phi Delta, SUNY Potsdam to honor the life of Chris O’Connor. Four person scramble/ 9am shotgun start. Cronin’s Golf Resort – 40 Golf Course Rd. Warrensburg. oconnorcharitygolf.com


    May 3, 2014      Kid’s Exchange Consignment

    Gently used kids items at great prices. Lots to choose from/ 9am-3pm. Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome) – 326 Sherman Ave, Queensbury. (518) 729-6389. exchange-foundation.org


    May 3, 2014      Lake George Music Festival Spring Dinner

    Benefit for the Lake George Music Festival. Live music, dancing, dinner, silent auction & more. Sure to be a fun night/ 6pm. Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    May 3, 2014      Spring Open House at Shirt Factory

    Open House, many beautiful handmade items to browse. Meet artists and see demonstrations/ 10am-5pm. Shirt Factory – 71 Lawrence St, Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    May 3-4, 2014      Lake George Community Garage Sale

    Browse many discounted items in a community wide garage sale/ 9am-5pm. Throughout Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    May 4, 2014      Film at the Priory

    Watch a movie and have a group discussion/ 1-4pm. The Priory Retreat House – 135 Priory Rd., Chestertown. (518) 494-3733. prioryretreathouse.org


    May 6, 2014      Spring Film & Video Festival – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    Enjoy a science fiction adventure movie/ 2:30pm and 6:30pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen St, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x3. crandalllibrary.org


    May 9-10, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Walking tour of the Fort William Henry; learn about local legends of spirits that continue to make themselves known. Ages 12 and up; reservations required/ 7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    May 10, 2014      Cheer’s to Mom! Mother’s Day Wine Tasting

    If mom loves wine, she might like this better than brunch/ 11am-6pm. Adirondack Winery – 285 Canada St, Lake George. (518) 668-WINE. adirondackwinery.com


    May 10, 2014      Rogers Rock Hike

    Enjoy to the top of the legendary Rogers Rock; pre-registration required/ 9:30am-12pm. Lake George Land Conservancy at Rogers Rock Campground – 9894 Rte. 9N, Hague. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    May 15, 2014      Educational Program: The History of the Sagamore Resort

    With Bill Gates, Author & Lake George Boat Captain/ 7pm. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. Contact the Chapman Historical Museum for more info: (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    May 15, 2014      Minerals With Lynn Delczeg

    Learn about Minerals/ 3:15pm. Town of Chester Public Library – 6307 Main Street, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    May 16, 2014      Sixth Annual Colonial America Conference for Educators

    A day long conference with presentations by teachers, museum educators and archivists focusing on the time period 1609-1783/ 9am-3:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 16-17, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Learn about area ghosts and their history/ 7:30pm. The Fort William Henry – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    May 16-18, 2014      Lake George Performance Weekend

    Enjoy a performance boat race and sailboat race on Lake George; over 30 boats taking part. Custom cars and motorcycles will also be on display/ Beach Road & Lake George Village. (518) 644-3080. perfmar.com/lake-george-performance-weekend


    May 16-18, 2014      Nineteenth Annual War College of the Seven Year’s War

    Seminar on French & Indian War. Pre-registration required/ Fort Ticonderoga – 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6370. fortticonderoga.org


    May 16-18, 2014      Thurman Townwide Sale

    Wonderful finds for bargain shoppers! Household items, toys, tools,boats, vehicles, clothing, plants, musical instruments, antiques, crafts & collectables. Sunshine or rain the sale goes on all over Thurman. See sale maps at online site/9am-4pm. Thurman, NY. thurmantownwidesale.com


    May 17, 2014      Barney Barnhart Fishing Derby for Kids

    Have fun taking the kids to catch some fish/ 8:00am. Mill Pond – State Rte 8, Brant Lake. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    May 17, 2014      Friendship & Flowers

    Exclusive pre-season look at the King’s Garden for garden lovers/ 9:30am-12pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    May 17-18, 2014      Italian Festival

    Local restaurants serving Italian dishes & drinks, beer & wine tastings, pizza tasting, arts & craft vendors, children’s games, live entertainment, fireworks and more/ Sat. 10am-9pm & Sun. 10am-Dusk. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. lgcraftshows.vpweb.com


    May 17-18, 2014      Soldier Training Weekend

    Musket and artillery demonstrations, soldier drills, and cooking/trade demonstrations from the 18th century/ 9am-5pm. Fort William Henry Museum – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    May 21, 2014 Artists & Finance Workshop

    Free workshop focusing on financial management for artists. A TAC (The Arts Coalition) Event/ 6:30-7:30pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    american flagMemorial Day Weekend

    View a list of Lake George Region 2014 Memorial Day parades, ceremonies and services


    May 22, 2014      Heather Dale Concert

    Celtic Folk performer/ 7pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. crandalllibrary.org


    May 23-25, 2014      Pick’n & Sing’n GottaGetGon Festival

    A folk music festival on Memorial Day Weekend featuring folk music, concerts & dancing/ Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. (518) 882-6809. pickingandsinging.org


    May 24, 2014      Food & Farm Festival 2014

    A celebration of local food & farms that support organic and sustainable food. Workshops, GMO education, food drive, food samples, live music and more/ 12noon-4pm. Crandall Park, Glens Falls. (518) 745-5778. Find on Facebook.


    May 24, 2014      Pilot Knob Guided Hike

    Free Lake George Land Conservancy guided hike visiting Pilot Knob and its seasonal waterfall, round trip 3.3 miles/ 9:30am-12pm. Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob, Fort Ann. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    May 24, 2014      SPAC Concert: Jack Johnson

    With special guests Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros/ 7:30pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    May 24, 2014      Up Yonda Farm Presents: Pond Life

    Discover aquatic creatures and pond ecosystems through hands-on observations and experiments/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    May 24-25, 2014      Bolton Landing Emergency Squad Arts & Crafts Festival

    A Bolton landing Emergency Squad annual event featuring over 30 vendors, free admission/ 10am-4pm. Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    May 24-26, 2014      Schroon Lake’s Opening Weekend Celebration

    An annual fun-filled weekend that celebrates the beginning of the summer season with music, garage sales, vendor expo, family activities, restaurant specials, and more/ Schroon Lake area. (518) 532-7675. schroonlakechamber.org


    May 25, 2014      Photography Workshop with Carl Heilman: Perfect Pictures Every Time

    Learn about the art of photography during this one day workshop with award-winning nature photographer, Carl Heilman II. Understand the major elements of photography including camera setting, exposure, lighting & techniques via classroom instruction and field practice/ 10am-6pm. Carl Heilman Wild Visions, Inc. carlheilman.com at  Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org  carlheilman.com


    May 25, 2014      Women’s Sailing Day at Camp Chingachgook

    Bring your friends and join experienced sailors to explore Lake George aboard a sailboat/ 9am-4pm. YMCA Camp Chingachgook, Lake George. (518) 656-9462. lakegeorgecamp.org


    May 26, 2014      Military & Veterans Sail Free

    A free boat cruise on Lake George to all military service personnel and veterans to honor them for their service/ Lake George Steamboat Company – Beach Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    May 28, 2014      Old-Time Country & Bluegrass Gospel Music Review

    The Bluebillies host a great evening of old time country & bluegrass gospel music with performances by Jim Gaudet, Brian Jiguer, The Railroad Boys/ 7pm. Little Theater on the Farm – 27 Plum Rd., Fort Edward. (518) 747-3421. littletheater27.org


    May 28, 2014      Wiawaka: Maintaining Tradition, Embracing the Future

    Director of Wiawaka Center for Women will talk about Wiawaka’s history and new directions/ 7-8pm. The Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    May 28 – June 1, 2014       Elvis Festival

    Elvis tribute artists from all over the world perform to honor his life and celebrate his music/ Various locations throughout Lake George Village. lakegeorgeelvisfest.com


    May 30, 2014      Black & White Party Hyde Gala Celebration

    Dinner, dancing and auction/ 6-10pm. A fundraiser for The Hyde at The Inn at Erlowest – 3178 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    May 30, 2014      Invasive Plant Trade-In Event

    Trade in invasive plants for native plants on your property/ 3-7pm. Lake George Association Office – 2392 State Rt. 9N South, Lake George. (518) 668-4702. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    May 30-31, 2014      Relay For Life of Queensbury

    An annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society/ 6PM. Queensbury High School – 409 Aviation Rd., Queensbury. relayforlife.org/queensburyny


    May 30-31, 2014      SPAC Concert: Dave Matthews Band

    2 night musical event/ 7pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    May 30 – June 1, 2014      ESTRA Tow Show

    The Empire State Towing and Recovery Association’s annual convention/ Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center – 48 Canada Street, Lake George. 1-888-853-7872. estranys.com


    May 30 – June 8, 2014      Warrensburg Bike Rally

    12th annual event featuring all products and accessories for motorcycles. Find a diverse selection of vendors & activities during this 10 day event/ 8am-6pm daily. Warren County Fairgrounds – Schroon River Road, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com  warrensburgbikerally.com


    May 31, 2014      “The Battenkill Runs Through It” Beach & Music Festival

    Live music and river-related activities featuring kayaking & canoeing rides, fly-tying & fly-casting demos/ 12-6pm. Greenwich Town Beach – Route 29, Greenwich. (518) 677-2545. greenwichchamber.org


    May 31, 2014      Craft Brew Fest

    Enjoy and evening of beer tasting and appetizers. Learn the history of beer from brewers themselves. All proceeds go to Tri-Lakes Business Alliance/ 5-8pm. Panther Mountain Inn – Main & Riverside, Chestertown. (518) 494-2401. northwarren.com


    May 31, 2014      Elvis Tribute Artist Cruises

    Afternoon boat cruises on Lake George aboard the Minne Ha Ha with Elvis Tribute Artists: Mark Anthony at 1:30pm, Chris Conner at 3pm & Jesse Aron at 4:30pm/ Lake George Steamboat – Beach Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-2777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    May 31, 2014      Up Yonda Farm Presents: Pond Life

    Discover aquatic creatures and pond ecosystems through hands-on observations and experiments/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com



    July 2014



    July 1, 2014      John Thurman Historical Society Summer Speaker Series

    During this Thurman summer series, enjoy a visit to the Warrensburgh Museum/ 7pm. Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, Warrensburg. (518) 623-2007. thurmannyevents.com


    July 1, 2014      Family Wildlife Hour

    Join Wildlife Rehabilitator and educator Kelly Martin and learn all about different animals each week, accompanied by a short walk around the Huyck Research Station. Fun for families and children of all ages! Free admission/ 10:30am. Eldridge Research Station – 284 Pond Hill Rd., Rensselaerville. (518) 797-3440.


    July 1, 2014      History Within the Walls

    An Exploration of Fort Ticonderoga’s First Private Dwelling. Learn about the past of the building where the preservation of Fort Ticonderoga began and also the research that helps to uncover new information about the building’s history. $35 plus the cost of general admission. Rain or Shine. Reservations required, limited space/ 1-2:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 1, 2014      Workshop: Threads of Mind & Art

    Spend a few hours honing your writing skills with Bernice Mennis, accomplished author and educator. No experience required, $8 admission/ 6:30-9:00pm. Wiawaka Holiday House on Lake George – 3778 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 1-3, 2014      Spontaneous Broadway

    An improvisational comedy show at the Adirondack Theatre Festival, utilizing audience interaction/ 7:30pm each day, and 2PM matinee Wednesday. The Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 798-7479. atfestival.org


    July 2, 2014       Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles vs Watertown/ 7pm game start. East Field Stadium, Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 2, 2014      Digestive Health: Its Role in the Immune System

    Learn all about digestive health, and how what you eat and what you do effect your immune system and your body. Lecture led by Dr. Heidi Rasmussen, MD. followed by a question and answer session. Free, but limited space. RSVP to sign up/ 6:30-8:00pm. Saratoga Botanicals – 80 Henry St., Saratoga Springs. (518) 306-4108.


    July 2, 2014      The Egg Concert: Birds of Chicago

    Join the husband-wife duo and their musical collective for an afternoon concert. Free admission/ 12:00pm. The Egg Outdoor Stage – 1 Empire Plaza, Albany. (518) 473-1845. theegg.org


    July 2, 2014      Garrison Ghost Tour at Fort Ticonderoga

    Join the museum staff as they tell stories of the history of ghosts and unexplained events over the years at Fort William Henry. Advanced reservations required/ 8-9:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 2, 2014      Tie Dye Workshop

    A fun time for all ages! Pay $5 for shirts, or bring anything else of yours that you would like to tie dye/ 7pm. Raquette Lake Library – Dillon Rd., Raquette Lake. (518) 624-3077.


    July 2, 2014      Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring Blues night with No Outlet and George Fletcher’s Folding Money. A Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evenings in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 2-3, 2014      Up Yonda Farm Presents: Adirondack Mammals

    Kids can learn about different kinds of mammals in the Adirondacks/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 3, 2014      Ticonderoga Guns by Night

    From puny pocket pistols to massive siege cannons and mortars, explore the legendary guns of Ticonderoga. In the twilight of the North Country summer, experience the stories of some of Fort Ti’s most famous cannons and see them shoot and their muzzle flash light up the night sky. Advanced reservations required/ 7:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 3-5, 2014      SPAC Concert: Phish

    Enjoy 3 nights of musical performances/ 7:30pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    Fourth of July Fireworks & Celebrations

    View a list of the Lake George Region’s
2014 Fourth of July Fireworks & Celebrations
    Happy 4th of July!


    July 4, 2014      Shoreline Cruises’ Fireworks Cruise on Lake George

    Take an evening boat cruise on Lake George and watch an exciting fireworks display/ 9pm departure. Shoreline Cruises – Kurosaka Lane, Lake George. (518) 668-4644. lakegeorgeshoreline.com


    July 4-5, 2014      Lake George Steamboat’s Fireworks Cruises on Lake George

    Enjoy an evening specialty cruise on Lake George & watch a fireworks display over the lake aboard the Minne-Ha-Ha, Mohican or Lac Du Saint Sacrament/ 9pm departures. Lake George Steamboat, Lake George. (518) 668-5777. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    July 5, 2014      Hike-A-Thon

    Join hundreds of other hikers for this 2nd annual group event occupying nine sites throughout Lake George at the same time, while being photographed by Carl Heilman II, via aerial documentation/ Times and locations vary. lakegeorgehikeathon.org


    July 5, 2014      Strawberry Festival

    At this strawberry themed event, feast on delicious strawberry delectables including shortcake, ice cream, shakes & sundaes. Also a Street Bazaar that offers crafts/ 9am-3pm. Community Methodist Church, Chestertown. (518) 494-3374. northwarren.com


    July 5, 2014      Times Union Center Concert: Paul McCartney

    A special night of music from the famous former Beatle as part of his Out There Tour/ 8pm. Times Union Center – 51 S Pearl St., Albany. (518) 487-2000. timesunioncenter.com


    July 6, 2014      Art Along the Trails

    Frances Gaffney, Artist-in-Residence will be out along the trails painting, drawing, chatting about her technique and works. Free admission/ 9am-5pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


    July 6, 2014      Baseball Game

    Glens Falls Golden Eagles vs Albany/ 7pm game start. East Field Stadium, Glens Falls. (518) 223-0820. glensfallsgoldeneagles.com


    July 6, 2014      The Egg Concert: Yes

    Listen to the famous rock group play its 1971 album Fragile in its entirety as well as 1972’s Close To The Edge, plus many more great songs/ 8pm. The Egg Center for Performing Arts – Empire State Plaza, Albany. (518) 473-1845. theegg.org


    July 6, 2014      Living With Intention Workshop

    Learn self awareness techniques in this workshop to help improve your quality of life/ 9am-3:30pm. Wiawaka Center for Women – 3778 State Rte. 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 6, 2014      Music From the Time of the Great War

    Music from Salem perform music from the WWI era during this chamber music series/ 7:30pm. The Sembrich – 4800 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    July 6-7, 2014      Polyphony Marimba

    Nine young marimba players will be performing ancient rhythmic music and melodies of South Africa/ 7:30pm. Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    July 6-11, 2014      NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops

    Presenting “The American Revolution on the Northern Frontier: Fort Ticonderoga and the Road to Saratoga,” a workshop for school teachers. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Rd., Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 7-11, 2014      NY Invasive Species Awareness Week

    Visit the Visitor Center in Lake George and see the Lake George Association’s week-long exhibition showcasing the invasive species that are in and around the Lake George region’s waterways/ Lake George Visitor Center – Corner of Beach Rd. and Canada St., Lake George. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    July 7-9, 2014      Up Yonda Farm Presents: Invertebrates

    Learn about the world of invertebrates and search for them in water and on land/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 7, 2014      Film: The White Ribbon

    A showing of the 2009 foreign film “The White Ribbon,” about the strange happenings in a small village north of Germany in the years before World War I. Free admission, call for tickets; sponsored by The Sembrich/ 7:30pm. Bolton Free Library – 4922 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431 ext. 101. thesembrich.org


    July 8-12, 2014      Cadillac & LaSalle Club Grand National Meet

    A yearly gathering of the world’s largest international organization for Cadillac enthusiasts. Check out this five-day event with various tours, seminars, and activities available. Schedule located at online site/ Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. cadillaclasalleclub.org


    July 9, 2014      Lake Talk Series: Wolves

    Join Steve Hall of the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehab Center, to learn all about wolves and their history, actions, and link to humans. Free, with no RSVP necessary/ 5:30pm. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Macionis Family Center for Conservation – 4905 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 9, 2014      Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring Bluegrass with “Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys”; a Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evenings in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 10, 2014      Lake Luzerne Concert in the Park: Bobby Dick

    Help kick off the 6th annual Concert in Pavilion Park with local musician Bobby Dick. Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Lake Luzerne Pavilion – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 10, 2014      Seeing Things at Lunchtime: The Renaissance Lunchtime tour

    A half hour tour of the Hyde House in Glens Falls with relics from the 14th and 15th century followed by discussion and “bring your own” lunch. Free admission/ 12-1pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    July 10, 2014      Summerland Music Society presents Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights

    A showing of the 1931 Classic silent film with improvised piano accompaniment. Free admission, but donations accepted/ 7pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. summerlandmusicsociety.com


    July 10-11, 2014      Outdoor Games

    Enjoyable nature activities in the Adirondacks for kids/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 10-19, 2014      ADK Theatre Festival Presents: The Whale

    Come see the 2013 award winning drama by Samuel D. Hunter about family and conflict. Contains adult themes. Call for ticket information/ 7:30pm (July 16 at 2pm & 7:30pm). Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. woodtheater.org   atfestival.org


    July 11, 2014      Bolton Landing Farmers’ Market

    A rain or shine open-air market every Friday morning which features all sorts of local products. Live music and special events each week/ 9am-1pm. Blessed Sacrament Church – 7 Goodman Ave., Bolton Landing. boltonlandingfarmersmarket.com


    July 11, 2014      Hadley Music in the Park

    Performance by the “Steven Smith Band” outdoors/ 7-9:30pm. Sam Smead Memorial Park – Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 11, 2014      Whitehall Music in the Park Series with “Steel Pier Jazz Band”

    Enjoy listening to Old Time Jazz music in the park during the Whitehall Canal Festival/ 7-9pm. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-0871. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 11-12, 2014      Chester Library Book Sale

    Book sale featuring great priced books, magazines, CD’s, and puzzles/ 9am-4pm. Chester Library, Chester Municipal Center – 6307 State Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-3584. chesterlibrary.org


    July 11-12, 2014     Whitehall Canal Festival

    A weekend of fun for the whole family: cake booth, food, band concerts, chicken BBQ, vendors, dessert booth, clydesdales carriage rides, and fireworks/ Fri. 6-9pm, Sat. 12noon-9:30pm (fireworks on Sat. at 9:30pm). Canal Park, Skenesborough Dr., Whitehall. (518) 499-0871, (518) 499-1029. whitehall-chamber.org



    July 12, 2014      Big Fest 2014

    Bigfoot themed music festival with 8 live bands, tattoo artists and big foot artifacts/ Doors open at 11am. The Whitehall Armory, 63 Poultney St., Whitehall. (518) 499-0134. whitehallathleticclub.com


    July 12, 2014      Glens Falls Farmers’ Market

    Many different foods from vendors all over the area, every Saturday morning. Free/ 8am-12pm. South Street Pavilion, Glens Falls. glensfallsfarmersmarket.com


    July 12, 2014      Mushroom Walk with Susan Hopkins

    Head out onto the trails with Susan Hopkins, a mushroom expert, and then bring a lunch and discuss your found and collected specimens. Free admission, but registration needed/ 10am-12pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu


    July 12, 2014      Festival at Adirondack Folk School

    A day of fun for the family with food, craft vendors, demonstrations, exhibits by students, and “Kidz Zone.” Free Admission/ 9am. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    July 12, 2014      ParkFest 2014

    A fun day of rides, crafts, fireworks, fun runs, as well as a petting zoo, car show, and ice cream eating contest! Rain or shine. Free parking & admission/ 11am-9pm. Town of Wilton at Gavin Park – 10 Lewis Dr., Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9455. saratoga.org


    July 13, 2014      Discovery Day: Magical Mysteries

    Fun for all ages! Magic and music, with tours and exhibitions of Larry Kagan: Lying Shadows and Emerging from the Shadows: Edward Hopper and his contemporaries/ 1-4pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    July 13, 2014      GE Kids Day at the Plaza 2014

    A fun day just for kids that features live music, theater, dance, as well as face painting, bounce rides, puppet shows, and much, much more! Free admission/ 12-5pm. Empire State Plaza – 240 State St., Albany. summer.empirestateplaza.org


    July 13, 2014      Guinness Book Of World Records Attempt

    Come watch or join in on this attempt to break the world record of the largest parade of Ford Mustang cars, as well as to celebrate the Mustang’s 50th birthday! For rules, contact Lisa Giknis. Free admission/ 1-3pm. Warrensburg to Lake George. (518) 644-3627.


    July 14-15, 2014      ADK Theatre Festival Presents: Lady Liberty and the Donut Girl

    Come see this new play reading by Eric Lane, returning playwright. Call for ticket information/ 7:30pm. Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. woodtheater.org  atfestival.org


    July 14-17, 2014      Up Yonda Farm Presents: Aquatic Adventure

    Learn about the world of creatures that live in a pond including the water boatman & the red spotted newt/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 15, 2014      6th Annual Taste of Malta

    Come with your appetite and walk away happy as you taste test samples of various delicacies from the region’s best restaurants/ 5:30-7pm. HVCC TEC-SMART Campus, Ballston Spa. (518) 899-8009. ballston.org


    July 15-16, 2014      Field Study/Nature Journaling

    Observe and write about the natural world of the Adirondacks/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 16, 2014      Adirondack Guides In North Country History

    Join Speaker Rich Frost as he talks about the roles of Adirondack guides in the history of the north country, and how crucial they were to introducing the region to visitors. Light refreshments at the end of program. Free admission, no pre-registration needed/ 7-9pm. Chestertown Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-2711. northwarren.com


    July 16, 2014      Lake Talk Series: Wildlife Habitat in Managed Forests

    Learn about the effects of harvesting timber and the landscape around us that wildlife inhabits with Erin O’Neill, who is a Certified Forester with Finch Forest Management. Free, with no RSVP necessary/ 5:30pm. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Macionis Family Center for Conservation – 4905 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 16, 2014      Skin Conditions: Causes of, Hormone Balance, Stress, and Digestive Health

    A free lecture style presentation by Dr. Heidi Rasmussen. MD. where she discusses different skin conditions, and their causes and cures, and other health topics. Followed by a question and answer session. Free admission, but limited space. RSVP to sign up/ 6:30-8:00pm. Saratoga Botanicals – 80 Henry St., Saratoga Springs. (518) 306-4108.


    July 16, 2014      SPAC Concert: Sarah McLachlan

    A special Pavilion only performance from the popular singer and songwriter/ 8pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 16, 2014      Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring Country with “Eric Lindell”; a Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evenings in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 16, 2014      Times Union Center Concert: Justin Timberlake

    The popular musician visits as part of his 20/20 Experience World Tour/ 8pm. Times Union Center – 51 S Pearl St., Albany. (518) 487-2000. timesunioncenter.com


    July 16-18, 2014      Lake George Youtheatre Presents: Into the Woods

    Watch the LG Youtheatre perform the fun, fairy tale themed musical “Into the Woods” before the movie hits the theaters this winter. Ticket info is at online site/ Wed. 1pm & Thurs.-Fri. 9:30am. Lake George HS Auditorium – 381 Canada St. Lake George. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 17, 2014      Lake George Land Conservancy Annual Meeting

    The yearly meeting to keep the pubic up to date on current happenings. The focus this year is on wildlife and LGLC’s Putnam wildlife refuge and its progress with keynote speaker Troy Weldy. Free. No RSVP needed/ 10am-12:30pm. The Inn at Erlowest – 3178 Lake Shore Dr. Lake George. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 17, 2014       Lake Luzerne Concert in the Park: “Nobody Special”

    Spend the evening listening to the music of local band Nobody Special. Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Lake Luzerne Pavilion – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 17, 2014      Perfect Pictures Every Time

    A Carl Heilman II class that features beginner lessons in landscape photography and mastery of the camera. 1 day class, registration required/ 10am-6pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2409. adirondackfolkschool.org  carlheilman.com


    July 18, 2014      Nature’s Details: So Close, Yet So Far Away

    A Carl Heilman II class that shows how to take great photos up close. This is an intermediate/advanced class for those who are familiar with camera basics. 1 day class, registration required/ 12-8pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2409. adirondackfolkschool.org carlheilman.com


    July 18, 2014      Opening Day at Saratoga Race Track

    The historic Race Track opens again for a new summer season through Labor Day/ 11am. Saratoga Race Track – Union Ave., Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com/saratoga


    July 18, 2014      Hadley Music in the Park Series

    Enjoy listening to the band, “Roadhouse,” in the park/ 7-9:30pm. Sam Smead Memorial Park – Stony Creek Road, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 18, 2014      Whitehall Music in the Park with “Green Brothers Salsa Band”

    Listen to Latin music outdoors in the park/ 7-9pm. Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-0871. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 18, 2014      Word of Life Rodeo

    A fun time for the whole family every Friday night! Enjoy pony rides, a petting zoo, train rides, face painting, and much more at 7pm, then the Rodeo begins at 8:30pm. Free admission/ Word of Life Ranch, Schroon Lake. (518) 494-6262. wolranch.org


    July 18-19, 2014      Hats off to Saratoga Music Festival

    A large music festival that takes place at various locations around Downtown Saratoga. Wear your favorite hat and your dancing shoes, and boogie down to all different kinds of music. Free admission & open to the public/ 7-11pm. Downtown Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-3255. saratoga.org


    July 19, 2014      Raptor Fest: A Presentation of Live Birds of Prey

    Join Richele Ford as she shows you a wonderful collection of live birds of prey, and gives a plethora of information about various birds such as hawks, owls, and falcons. Free admission, but donations welcome/ 7-8:30pm. ADK Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    July 19, 2014      Riverview Arts & Craft Fair/ Library Book Sale

    Look at and shop from over 45 local and regional vendors. Food and entertainment and a large library book sale. Free admission/ 9am-4pm. Pavilion Park – 248 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. townoflakeluzerne.com


    July 19, 2014      SPAC Concert: James Taylor

    Legendary five-time Grammy Winner comes to Saratoga/ 8pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 19-20, 2014      Fort William Henry Museum Community Appreciation Weekend

    Residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Essex counties receive free admission! Fort William Henry Museum – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fwhmuseum.com


    July 20, 2014      Times Union Center Concert: Bruno Mars

    With opening act Aloe Blacc/ 6:30pm. Times Union Center – 51 S Pearl St., Albany. (518) 487-2000. timesunioncenter-albany.com/events


    July 21-27, 2014      Heroes Week at The Great Escape

    A seven-day event that offers free admission to all those who work to serve their communities. Those who qualify include military, teachers, police and corrections officers, firefighters, doctors, nurses, and EMS personnel, upon presenting occupational I.D. All heroes’ guests receive admission at the child’s rate/ Six Flags Great Escape. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 22, 2014      SPAC Concert: MOMIX

    The return of the dancer-illusionist troupe, led by choreographer Moses Pendleton/ 8pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 22-27, 2014      173rd Saratoga County Fair

    One of the country’s oldest fairs returns for another year. Fun for the whole family including live music, tractor pulls, cow shows, and entertainers of all kinds/ 9am. Saratoga County Fairgrounds – 162 Prospect St., Ballston Spa. (518) 885-9701. saratogacountyfair.org


    July 23, 2014      Lake Talk Series: Meet the Raptors of Northern New York

    Join local resident and wildlife rehabilitator Nancy Kimball and a few of her feathered friends, and learn all about the raptors that live locally, and their behavior and characteristics. Free, with no RSVP necessary/ 5:30pm. Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) Macionis Family Center for Conservation – 4905 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 23-25, 2014      Lake George Youtheatre Presents: Snoopy! The Musical

    Come see the local theater group perform this musical based on the beloved comic strip, Peanuts. Ticket info is at online site/ Wed. 1pm & Thurs.-Fri. 9:30am. Lake George HS Auditorium – 381 Canada St. Lake George. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 24, 2014      “Being a Rockafeller, Becoming Myself”

    Eileen Rockafeller presents a slideshow and personal narrative about finding herself apart from her famous family name/ 7pm. Northshire Bookstore – 424 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. (518) 682-4200. northshire.com


    July 24, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    July 24-27, 2014      Heroes Week at The Great Escape

    A seven-day event that offers free admission to all those who work to serve their communities. Those who qualify include military, teachers, police and corrections officers, firefighters, doctors, nurses, and EMS personnel, upon presenting occupational I.D. All heroes’ guests receive admission at the child’s rate/ Six Flags at the Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500. sixflags.com


    July 24-25, 2014     Lake George Youtheatre presents “Snoopy! The Musical”

    Come see the local theater group of youngsters perform this musical based on the beloved comic strip, Peanuts. Ticket info is at online site/ Wed. 1pm & Thurs.-Fri. 9:30am. Lake George High School Auditorium – 381 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 24, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    July 24 – Oct. 11      Lake George Dinner Theatre presents “Lake Effect”

    Come help the Lake George Dinner Theatre celebrate their 47th season by watching “Lake Effect,” a funny and thoughtful story of a family snowed in during the Blizzard of ’77. Dinner shows every Wed. through Sat. Lunch shows Tues. through Thurs. Call for tickets. Lake George Dinner Theatre at the Holiday Inn Resort – 2223 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5762. lakegeorgedinnertheatre.com


    July 24, 2014      Lake Luzer­­ne Concert in the Park: “Elvis”

    Spend the evening being entertained by a local Elvis tribute artist. Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Pavilion Park – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 24, 2014      Music of the Belle Époque: Paris 1871-1914

    Enjoy music performed by pianist Carol Minor, clarinetist Christopher Bush, and vocalist Sahoko Sato/ 7pm. Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. summerlandmusicsociety.com


    July 24, 2014      Music on Main Street performed by “Stony Creek Band”

    Enjoy live music and a beautiful atmosphere/ 5:30pm-8pm. Lawn of Chester Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    July 24, 2014      Science or Magic?

    A free program for children with magician Jim Snack/ 3pm-4:30pm. Chester Library, Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. northwarren.com


    July 24, 2014      Solar Energy Program

    This program will feature solar activities with make and take projects that are fun and informative. Projects include solar ovens, solar bracelets, and how to change sunlight into electricity. These are simple and fun projects that demonstrate the importance of solar energy. This program is great for ages 5 to the curious adult. Bring the family/ 10am-11am. Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 24-27      WWII B-17 Bomber Tours & Flights

    View and tour “Sentimental Journey”, one of the few remaining B-17 Bombers from WWII. Ground viewing and photos opportunities, cockpit tours, and even flights available/ 9am-5pm each day. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – Warren County. (607) 448-9415. visit.cityofglensfalls.com


    July 24 – Aug. 2     Adirondack Theatre Festival Presents: “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash”

    Watch a talented group of musicians led by David Lutken, as they pay tribute to one of the most famous singer/songwriters of his time. Call for ticket information/ 7:30pm. (July 30 at 2pm & 7:30pm) Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. woodtheater.org atfestival.org


    July 25, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective/ 10am-12pm. Roger’s Park – Bolton Landing. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    July 25, 2014      Fridays at the Lake

    Enjoy a live, outdoor performance by “Rev Tor”/ 7pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. fridaysatthelake.com


    July 25-27, 2014      Gigantic Book Sale

    A huge 3-day sale with tons of books of all kinds. Free admission/ Fri. & Sat. 9am-8pm & Sun. 9am-3pm. Bolton Free Library – 4922 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2233. boltonchamber.com


    July 25, 2014     Hadley Music Concert Series

    Music performed by “Vintage Country”/ 7pm-9:30pm. Senior Center/ Community Center (next to Sam Smead Memorial Park), Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    July 25, 2014      Mister Twisty’s Family Reading Show

    Children of all ages will enjoy Mr. Twisty’s jokes, fun magic and more/ 10:30am-11:15am.  Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    July 25, 2014      Plant Walk and Talk

    Join guest naturalist Linda White from the Saratoga Battlefield Park for a special presentation and learn about local plants. Take a walk around the Up Yonda property to identify many common plants, wildflowers and maybe even sample some wild edibles/ 1pm-2pm.  Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 25, 2014      Lionel Richie

    Enjoy Lionel Richie in concert with special guest Ceelo Green/ 7:30pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    July 25, 2014      Whitehall Music in the Park Series with “Don P and Celebration”

    Musical performance by this Polka Band/ 7pm-9pm Riverside Veterans Memorial Park, Whitehall. (518) 499-0871. whitehall-chamber.org


    July 25-26, 2014      Smoke Eaters’ Jamboree

    The annual benefit for the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Co. featuring carnival rides, food, fireworks, auctions, and music by the “Audio Stars”/ Fri. 6pm & Sat. 5pm. Warrensburg Recreational Field – Library Ave., Warrensburg. (518) 623-9766. warrensburgchamber.com


    July 26, 2014      Adventure Days

    Rent a Nature Adventure Pack ‘NAPS’ and explore Up Yonda Farm at your pace. Self guided adventure/ All Day. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 26, 2014      Annual Fife and Drum Corps Muster

    Learn about the history and practical purpose of fifes and drums. Enjoy the rhythms and tunes of classic marches and camp songs. A special evening Twilight Fife & Drum Corps Concert will be played at 7pm on the Fort parade ground/ All day.  Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Rd., Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    July 26, 2014      Annual Science Symposium

    Features researchers from the preserve, and also research by their ecology interns and high school summer program students. Free admission/ 1pm-3pm. Eldridge Research Station – 284 Pond Hill Rd., Rensselaerville. (518) 797-3440.


    July 26, 2014      County Fair and Antiques Auction

    Located at the Old Fort House Museum, there are arts and crafts, various vendors, antiques, collectibles, books, and garage sale as well as an antiques auction/ 9am-4pm. Old Fort House Museum – 29 Broadway, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    July 26, 2014      Local History Day

    A re-enactment of Lake Luzerne’s history from the Civil War through the early 1920s. Presentations are given throughout the day by local re-enactors in period clothing. Free admission/ 9am-4pm. Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-6122. lakeluzernechamber.com


    July 26, 2014      Million Dollar Duck Race

    Come check out the 24th Annual Million Dollar Duck Race. Buy a little rubber duck and race, or just come and cheer them on! Lots of fun for the whole family including pony rides, music, face painting, and a bunch of other activities, with prize drawings throughout. $5 per duck/ 11am-2pm. Feeder Canal at Haviland’s Cove, Glens Falls. (518) 745-1000.


    July 26, 2014      Music by the River: The Lazy Suns

    Enjoy a free summer concert on the banks of the beautiful Hudson River/ 6pm-9pm. Riverfront Park – Railroad Place, North Creek.


    July 26, 2014      Outdoor Camp Cooking

    Try your hand at cooking over a campfire and solar oven. Great for ages 8 and up, Pre-registration required/ 10am-1pm. Garnet Hill Lodge – 39 Garnet Hill Road, North River. (518) 251-2150. garnet-hill.com


    July 26, 2014     Storytelling with Joseph Bruchac

    Join master storyteller Joseph Bruchac as he tells stories of his Native American heritage and traditions. Free admission; donations welcome/ 7pm-8:30pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    July 26, 2014      StreetFest 2014

    The 6th Annual Ticonderoga StreetFest returns with many local businesses offering specials, promotions, and food, as well as sidewalk sales, live music, kid’s activities, face painting, and much more! Free admission/ 10am-3pm. Downtown Ticonderoga. ticonderogany.com


    July 26, 2014     Water Carnival

    Outdoor water fun, activities and a boat parade around Loon Lake. Great for families/ 9am-12pm. Loon Lake Public Beach – Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-3581. northwarren.com


    July 26, 2014      Wilderness Elegance: An Evening Made in the Adirondacks

    The Annual Adirondack Museum Gala is not to be missed! A beautiful Adirondack setting with wonderful food and many auctions, silent and live. Support this true Adirondack Gem while enjoying a lovely evening in the mountains/ 6pm-9pm. Adirondack Museum – 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    July 26-27, 2014      Softball Tournament

    Enjoy a lively 16 and under girls fast pitch softball tournament/ All day. Adirondack Sports Complex “The Dome” – 326 Sherman Ave., Queensbury. (518) 743-1086. adirondacksportscomplex.com


    July 27, 2014      Salome Chamber Orchestra  and viola soloist David Aaron Carpenter

    An evening to benefit the Luzerne Music Center’s Scholarship Fund. Enjoy a special gala concert, gourmet, champagne toast and silent auction/ 4:30pm. 203 Lake Tour Road, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2771. luzernemusic.org


    July 27, 2014      Season Pass VIP Day at the Great Escape

    Season pass holders enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet in the Northwoods Picnic Grove/ All day. Six Flags Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500 x3269 sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 27, 2014      Sunday Brunch on the Bay

    Enjoy the region’s #1 Sunday Brunch (Post Star Best of the Region 2014) with a gorgeous view of Lake George/ 9am-1pm. The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 656-9242. dunhamsbay.com


    July 27, 2014      Tannery Pond Community Center: “Get Cool; See Great Films”

    Enjoy a horror film (17 & up) and air conditioning. Free admission, donations accepted/ 7pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main Street, North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    July 28, 2014    Adirondack Archeology

    Co-hosted by the Darrin Freshwater Institute and the Historical Society of Bolton, attend a summer lecture series about the cultural and natural history of the Adirondacks and Lake George. The topic is local archeology, with various researchers from the NYS Museum/ Darrin Freshwater Institute – 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541.  rpi.edu/dept/DFWI/


    July 28, 2014      Electrifying Science with CMOST

    Hands on, fun experiments with the Children’s Museum of Science & Technology/ 1pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    July 28, 2014      Glens Falls City Jazz Band Concert

    Enjoy a local jazz band concert in the park, bring a blanket or chair/ 7pm-9pm. City Park – Corner of Ridge & Maple Streets. Glens Falls. (518) 761-3864. cityofglensfalls.com


    July 28, 2014      Musical Magical Monday

    Live music with Richie Ortiz & Jimmy Brown, as well as bounce houses, jugglers, clowns, magicians and children’s entertainment/ 7pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    July 28-30, 2014      Birds of Prey

    Learn about Adirondack birds of prey such as owls, raptors & hawks, and what makes them special/ 1pm-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    July 28-29, 2014      People Watching With Noah Zachary

    Enjoy Adirondack Theatre Festival’s Cabaret Night with performer Noah Zachary as he performs his version of Broadway and pop songs. Call for ticket information/ 7:30pm. Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 874-0800. woodtheater.org atfestival.org


    July 29, 2014      Family Wildlife Hour

    Join Wildlife Rehabilitator and educator Kelly Martin and learn all about different animals each week, accompanied by a short walk around the Huyck Research Station. Fun for families and children of all ages! Free admission/ 10:30am. Eldridge Research Station – 284 Pond Hill Rd., Rensselaerville. (518) 797-3440.


    July 29, 2014      Food Truck Showcase of Upstate NY

    A large venue featuring many different food trucks and live music. Fun for the whole family! Free admission/ 5-9pm. Saratoga Eagles Club – 373 Crescent Ave., Saratoga Springs. (518) 583-4654.


    July 29, 2014      Helping in the Himalayas

    Meet Nancy Corliss and hear about her work with Tibetan refugee children. Learn about the children’s plight and her personal story/ 7pm. Hadley Luzerne Public Library – 19 Main Street, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3423. hadluzblog.sals.edu


    July 29, 2014      Salem Witch Trials

    M.E. Kemp is an author of historical mysteries, one of which is set in Salem in 1692 and includes actual testimony from the trials. Come learn and examine the victims, causes, and villains of this infamous event in American history; The Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Wiawaka Center for Women – 3778 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690. wiawaka.org


    July 29, 2014      Tang Museum presents: Balance This!

    For Children ages 6 and up, create sculptures with a  variety of materials and explore the ideas of gravity and balance through art/ 2pm-3pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    July 29, 2014      Tribute Tuesdays: “Across the Pond”

    A Beatles tribute band plays well-loved Beatles classics live by the lake/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    July 29 – Aug. 1     Shadow Puppet Theater with Johnna Maiorella

    A class for ages 7-12 that teaches all about puppets, from technique to set design. Registration required, limited space/ 10am-2pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    July 30, 2014      Bolton Free Movies in the Park

    ”Fly Away Home”; Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a family friendly movie. Rain location: Town Hall/ 8:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Route 9N, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    July 30, 2014     Lake Talk Series: Make Room for Wildlife-Staying Connected

    Learn from Zoe Smith, director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Adirondack Program, about the connections that the Adirondacks and Vermont share in relation to wildlife and a range of different species, and the balance between conservation and local economics. Free, with no RSVP necessary/ 5:30pm. Lake George Land Conservancy – Macionis Family Center for Conservation – 4905 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    July 30, 2014       Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring Blues night with “Albert Cummings”; a Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evening in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    July 30, 2014      “Take A Bite” In Downtown Glens Falls

    Stroll downtown Glens Falls and try various samples from local restaurants/ 5pm-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visitcityofglensfalls.com


    July 30 – Aug. 1, 2014      Lake George Youtheatre presents “All Shook Up!”

    Come see the Lake George Youtheatre perform this musical comedy based on the music of Elvis Presley. Ticket info is at online site/ 1pm Wed. & 9:30am Thurs.-Fri. Lake George High School Auditorium – 381 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 793-3521. lgyoutheatre.com


    July 31, 2014      Chapman Museum’s 26th Annual Golf Tournament

    Fundraiser for Chapman Museum, 4 person scramble/ 12pm-6pm. Hiland Country Club. Queensbury. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    July 31, 2014      Concert in the Park: “Elizabeth Pitcairn”

    Spend the evening listening to the music of local “Elizabeth Pitcairn.” Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Lake Luzerne Pavilion – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    July 31, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    July 31, 2014      High Peaks Juggler

    Entertain the children with special guests Allison and Jerry/ 3pm. Chester Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-3357. northwarren.com


    July 31, 2014      Lake George Community Band

    65+ musicians performing classic marches, patriotic numbers, orchestral works and popular music. Bring a chair or blanket and listen to some great music in Lake George’s scenic amphitheater/ 8pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 222-1302. lgcb.org


    July 31, 2014      Sweetapalooza at the Great Escape

    Sponsored by the Great Escape and Juicy Fruit, enjoy a day of sweet giveaways, games and more. Select rides will be kept open after the park closes for guests with a valid event wristband/ All day. Six Flags Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500 x3269 sixflags.com/greatescape


    July 31, 2014      WMHT Kitchen Science: Elephant’s Toothpaste

    Great for ages 7-12 accompanied by an adult. Create a giant eruption of foam that is reminiscent of a giant tube of toothpaste in the Children’s Activity Room A & B. Limited space, please pre-register/ 2:30pm-4:00pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org



    August 2014



    August 1, 2014      Cheech & Chong

    Spend a hilariously fun evening with the iconic comedy duo/ 8pm. The Egg Center for the Performing Arts – Empire State Plaza, Albany. (518) 473-1845. theegg.org


    August 1, 2014     Hadley Music Concert Series

    The Spirit: Tribute to Cash, Ford & Lucy. Concession stand will be open/ 7pm-9:30pm. Sam Smead Memorial Park, Hadley. (518) 696-4797. townofhadley.org


    August 1, 2014      Meet Author and Illustrator Violet Lemay

    Great for kids ages 6 and up. Ms. Lemay will talk about what it is like to be an artist. Kids will enjoy a tea party and create shoe designs based on “Isabella’s Shoes Studio” in the Children’s Activity Room A & B. Limited space, please pre-register/ 10am-11am. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 2, 2014      “Keep the Queen Clean” Event

    Volunteer to assist on beaches and land bagging trash or snorkel in shallow water looking for trash lakewide.  This event is sponsored by the FUND for Lake George and the Lake George Waterkeeper.  Register and receive a T-shirt/ all day. fundforlakegeorge.com


    August 2, 2014      Wilderness Survival

    Informational program for ages 8 and up. Learn about surviving in the wilderness. Registration required/ 10am-12pm. Garnet Hill Lodge – 39 Garnet Hill Road, North River. (518) 251-2444. garnet-hill.com


    August 2-3, 2014      Beach Volleyball Tournament

    Take part in a fundraiser for the Prospect Child and Family Center and play 4 on 4 beach volleyball!  Many levels of play and a great opportunity to have fun for a great cause.  Pre-registration required/ 8am Sat. & Sun. Million Dollar State Beach – Beach Road, Lake George. (518) 798-0170. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 3, 2014      Rascal Flatts

    A night of music with Rascal Flatts with special guests Sheryl Crow and Gloriana/ 7:00pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 3, 2014      Sunday Brunch on the Bay

    Enjoy the region’s #1 Sunday Brunch (Post Star Best of the Region 2014) with a gorgeous view of Lake George/ 9am-1pm. The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 656-9242. dunhamsbay.com


    August 4, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective/ 1pm-3pm. Mossy Point – Ticonderoga. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 4, 2014      Glens Falls City Jazz Band Concert

    Enjoy a local jazz band concert in the park, bring a blanket or chair/ 7pm-9pm. City Park – Corner of Ridge & Maple Streets. Glens Falls. (518) 761-3864. cityofglensfalls.com


    August 4, 2014      Musical Magical Monday

    Live music with Richie Ortiz & Jimmy Brown, as well as bounce houses, jugglers, clowns, magicians and children’s entertainment/ 7pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 4, 2014      Moody Blues

    A special Pavilion only performance from the 70’s progressive rock group/ 7:30pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 4, 2014      Shoreline Architecture: Stories of Boats and Buildings from turn of the Century

    Co-hosted by the Darrin Freshwater Institute and the Historical Society of Bolton, attend a summer lecture series about the cultural and natural history of the Adirondacks and Lake George. Speaker Ruben Caldwell, Co-Founder, Studio Tack/ 7pm. Darrin Freshwater Institute – 5060 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3541.


    August 4, 2014      “Wild Things” with Up Yonda Farms

    Great for kids ages 5 and up. Come meet reptile and amphibian “wild things”! Limited space, please pre-register/ 11am-12pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 5, 2014      Artsapalooza

    For families and kids ages 5 and up. Wear clothes that can get messy and enjoy some fun outdoor art projects like watercolors, chalk drawing and more. If it rains, program will be cancelled. No registration necessary/ 2pm-3:30pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 5, 2014      Birds of Prey

    Learn about Adirondack birds of prey such as owls, raptors & hawks, and what makes them special from Nancy Kimball and Wenday Hall of North Country Wild Care/ 12pm. Hillview Free Library – 3717 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012. hillviewfreelibrary.org


    August 5, 2014      Family Wildlife Hour

    Join Wildlife Rehabilitator and educator Kelly Martin and learn all about different animals each week, accompanied by a short walk around the Huyck Research Station. Fun for families and children of all ages! Free admission/ 10:30am. Eldridge Research Station – 284 Pond Hill Rd., Rensselaerville. (518) 797-3440.


    August 5, 2014      The Hyde Collection

    Art Fun in the Summertime: Family Tours and Art Studio. Enjoy a tour of the museum and exhibits with creative time in the art studio. Family friendly. All ages, no registration necessary/ 1:30pm-4pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    August 5-8 , 2014     The Hyde Collection

    Shadow Puppet Theater with Johnna Maiorella – A class for ages 7-12 that teaches all about puppets, from technique to set design. Registration required, limited space/ 10am-2pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    August 5, 2014      Kiss

    A night of rock and roll with 70’s supergroup Kiss with special guests Def Leopard/ 7:30pm. SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 5, 2014      Stream Monitoring with Queensbury Parks & Recreation

    In conjunction with the Lake George Association, kids in grades 3-5 can learn and assist with stream monitoring/ 1pm-3pm. Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve – Queensbury. (518) 668-3558. Lake George Association lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 5, 2014      Summer Concert in the Park

    Bring a chair or blanket and sit back and enjoy live music by “Bobby Dick & Suzie Q”/ 7:15pm-9:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    August 5, 2014      Tribute Tuesdays: “Across the Pond”

    A Beatles tribute band plays well-loved Beatles classics live by the lake/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 6, 2014      Clowning Around

    Meet a professional clown from the Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum. Learn about, and try juggling and clown face design. For kids in grade 1-5. Limited space, please pre-register. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 6, 2014      Slurpee Day at the Great Escape

    Sponsored by the Great Escape and Slurpee, purchase a slurpee brand drink inside the park on this date and you’ll receive a VIP wristband to attend an exclusive ride event that night. Select rides will be kept open after the park closes for guests with a valid event wristband/ All day. Six Flags Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500 x3269 sixflags.com/greatescape


    August 6, 2014      “Take A Bite” In Downtown Glens Falls

    Stroll downtown Glens Falls and try various samples from local restaurants/ 5pm-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visitcityofglensfalls.com


    August 7, 2014      Concert in the Park: “The Bluebillie’s”

    Spend the evening with the sounds of “The Bluebillie’s” featuring Mel and Mark Guarino, and John and Orion Kribs. Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Pavilion Park – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    August 7, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 7, 2014     French & Indian War Society

    Enjoy a lecture based on local history by a nationally known speaker. Free admission and open to the public/ 7pm.  Fort William Henry Conference Center – 50 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


    August 7, 2014      Lake George Community Band Concert

    Traditional American Band Music, classical, jazz, blues & patriotic music for all to enjoy/ 8pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 7, 2014      Museum Trip to Middlebury College Museum of Art and Shelburne Museum

    An all day trip that visits each museum and includes transportation, tours, admission, and lunch. Reservations required. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    August 7, 2014      Stream Monitoring with Queensbury Parks & Recreation

    In conjunction with the Lake George Association, kids in grades 3-5 can learn and assist with stream monitoring/ 1pm-3pm. Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve – Queensbury. (518) 668-3558. Lake George Association lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 7, 2014      WMHT Kitchen Science: Bubble Mania

    Great for ages 7-12 accompanied by an adult. Learn about bubbles and blow a bubble snake/ 2:30pm-4pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 7-17, 2014      Statewide Hydrilla Hunt

    Assist with surveying for invasive species on Lake George. Learn more on LGA website/ All week. Lake George Association – 2392 State Route 9N, Lake George. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 13, 2014      Adirondack Author’s Night

    Meet local photographer Carl Heilman and get a book signed/ 7-9pm. Hoss’s Country Corner – 1142 Main St., Long Lake. (800) 952-4677. carlheilman.com


    August 13, 2014      African-American Day

    A celebration of African-American heritage featuring ethnic dance, music, crafts, entertainment and food/ 11am-4pm. Saratoga Racetrack – 267 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com


    August 13, 2014      All About Black Bears

    Sponsored by Northern Forest Institute, learn about black bears from Maggie, a wildlife conservation steward. Learn about bear habits, myths and what to do if you encounter one in the wild!/ 1-2pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu


    August 13-17, 2014      41st Annual Family Festival

    Sponsored by the Lake George Volunteer Fire Department, enjoy a large craft show, family fun games, live entertainment, bounce houses, dunking booths and lots more/ Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 13, 2014     10th Annual Victorian Tea

    Enjoy  Schroon/North Hudson Historical Society’s 10th Annual Victorian tea and luncheon/ 1-3pm. Bailey Pond Inn – end of Loch Muller, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-0115. schroonlakeregion.com


    August 13, 2014      Duct Tape Art

    Ages 9-12 will enjoy this creative program, materials provided, but all are welcome to bring their own materials/ 7-8pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 13, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective, hands on, great for all ages/ 10am-12pm and 1-3pm. Shepard Park – Amherst St., Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 13, 2014      Free Movies in Rogers Park

    Bolton Recreation Department sponsors free movies every week. Laugh with the family at “Kicking and Screaming” starring Will Ferrell. Rain location: Town Hall/ 8:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


    August 13, 2014      Get Cool: See Great Films

    Relax and enjoy the air conditioning as you watch “Fantastic Mr. Fox” based on the book by Ronald Dahl/ 10am. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main St., North Creek. (518) 251-2505.  tpcca.org


    August 13, 2014      “Last Daze” with special guest “Flack Jacket Rock”

    Enjoy a live performance by “Last Daze”/ 7:30-9pm. Carol Theater – Main St. & Riverside, Chestertown. (518) 494-4495. northwarren.com


    August 13, 2014      Music in the Park

    “Bob Stump & The Blue Mt. Band” will perform a live outdoor concert; original bluegrass, American country & folk music/ 7:30pm. Hague Town Park – Route 9N & 8, Hague. visithague.com


    August 13, 2014      The Philadelphia Orchestra

    POPS: On Broadway, sponsored by Tri-City Rentals/ 8pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 13, 2014      Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring “Big Fez and the Surfmatics”; a Lake George Arts summer Concert Series that takes place every Wednesday evening in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    August 13, 2014      “Take A Bite” in Downtown Glens Falls

    Stroll downtown Glens Falls and try various samples from local restaurants/ 5-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visitcityofglensfalls.com


    August 13-16, 2014      West Side Story

    Enjoy Leonard Bernstein’s classic play performed by the Seagle Music Colony/ 8pm. Oscar Seagle Memorial Theater – 999 Charlie Hill Road, Schroon Lake. (518) 532-7875. seaglecolony.org


    August 14, 2014    3rd Annual Summer Raffle Drawing

    Sponsored by the Lake Luzerne Regional Chamber, try your luck at this yearly raffle! 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place drawings will take place at the last Concert in the Park of the season/ 7pm. Pavilion Park – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    August 14, 2014      Book Signing

    with Carl Heilman, Adirondack photographer/ 3-5pm. The Bookstore Plus – 2491 Main St., Lake Placid. (518) 523-2950. carlheilman.com


    August 14, 2014     Concert in the Park: “Upper Hudson Duo”

    Spend the evening with the sounds of the “Upper Hudson Duo”; Free raffle and prizes, free admission/ 7pm. Pavilion Park – Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-3500. lakeluzernechamber.org


    August 14, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 14, 2014      Huntington Lecture Series

    “Rusty Blackbirds: The “Boreal Oriole” in Deep Trouble”. Presented by Shannon Buckley, Syracuse University. This public lecture series is dedicated to showcasing the latest science and research in the Adirondacks/ 7pm-8pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu


    August 14, 2014      “I am the Adirondacks”

    Meet Carl Heilman, Dan Berggren, Dan Duggan, Peggy Lynn, and Casey Filiaci, followed by a book signing/ 7:30pm. View – 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge.(315) 369-6411. carlheilman.com


    August 14, 2014      Nature Hike

    Join guide Ed Kanze for a leisurely hike along historic trails to Hidden Meadow Pond in the Adirondack Museum’s back woods/ 11am and 2:30pm. Adirondack Museum – 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    August 14, 2014      The Puppet People with “Jack and the Beanstalk”

    This puppet show will warm your heart and entertain you; free and open to the public/ 3-4:30pm. Chester Public Library – Main St., Chestertown. chesterlibrary.org northwarren.com

    August 14, 2014      Summer History Lecture Series

    “Trunks and Travel – a 19th Century Journey”; Hear speaker Mary Jeanne Biala describe travel during colonial times. Free and open to the public/ 7pm-8:30pm. Fort William Henry Conference Center – 50 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


    August 14, 2014      Lake George Music Festival “Opening Ceremony”

    Brass fanfare performances and opening remarks by LG Chamber Michael Consuelo, and Music Directors, Barbora Kolarova &Roger Kalia/ 5:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. Rain location: St. James Episcopal Church – 172 Ottawa St., Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 14, 2014      Lake George Music Festival “Opening Night”

    An evening of chamber music presented by resident musicians/ 7pm. St. James Episcopal Church – 172 Ottawa St., Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 14, 2014      Ticonderoga Guns By Night

    Explore the legendary guns of Ticonderoga by night; from small handguns to huge cannons. See a demonstration of muzzle blasts lighting up the night. Reservations required/ 8-9:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    August 14, 2014    Wildlife with Andrew Simmons

    Live, exotic animals presented by a nationally known wildlife expert. Children 6+ accompanied by an adult/ 2-3pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 15-16, 2014      American Mountain Men Encampment

    Join educational interpreters as they showcase a variety of survival skills in period clothing/ Adirondack Museum – 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    August 15, 2014      Fabulous Fillies Day

    Join the Saratoga Race Track in honoring and celebrating women and their contributions to the field of horse racing while raising money for The Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation/ 11am-4pm. Saratoga Racetrack – 267 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com


    August 15, 2014      Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Maze: A Corn Maze Adventure

    Six acre corn maze opens for the fall season! Wander through and find clues to history of the Fort as you make your way/ Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    August 15, 2014      Hague Fireworks & “Calamity Rock” Concert

    A re-scheuled 4th of July event due to inclement weather. Enjoy live music and fireworks at dusk/ 6pm-10pm. Hague Town Park – Route 9N & 8, Hague. visithague.com


    August 15, 2014      Lake George Music Festival

    An evening of chamber music presented by resident musicians/ 7pm. Sacred Heart Catholic Church – 51 Mohican St., Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 15, 2014      Mushroom Walk

    Join mushroom expert Susan Hopkins as she leads a hunt throughout the trails. Harvest some specimens along the walk and discuss afterward. Bring a lunch with you/ 10am-12pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


    August 15-17, 2o14      Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival

    Enjoy great bluegrass all weekend with bands such as: Remington Ride, Smokey Greene, and Beartracks/ North Creek Ski Bowl – Ski Bowl Road, North Creek. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 16, 2014      Community Appreciation Weekend at the Fort William Henry

    Free admission for two adults and children for residents of Warren, Washington, Essex, and Saratoga counties with proof of residency/ Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. fortwilliamhenry.com


    August 16, 2014      Dancing Under the Stars

    Fundraiser to benefit the Bolton Free Library with food, music, wine and beer tasting, auctions and lots of fun/ 5-10pm. Roger Memorial Park Pier – Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2233. boltonfreelibrary.org


    August 16 , 2014     “Feet, Hooves, and Rails: Transportation in 19th Century America”

    Hear J. Ward Regan lecture on the development of transportation from the pre-industrial period to the the early twentieth century/ 1pm. Adirondack Museum – 9097 State Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adkmuseum.org


    August 16, 2014      History Hike

    Take an easy hike with a knowledgable guide who will describe the history of the Adirondacks and how they have been shaped through the people of mining and logging through history. Registration required/ 10am-12pm. Garnet Hill Lodge – 39 Garnet Hill Rd., North River. (518) 251-2444. garnet-hill.com


    August 16, 2014      Lake George Music Festival

    An evening of chamber music presented by resident musicians, featuring the world premiere performance of “A Stave for Lake George”/ 7:30pm. Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum – 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 16, 2014      National Roller Coaster Day

    Receive a roller coaster punch card and ride all the roller coasters to earn a free prize at the Great Escape/ The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500 x3269 sixflags.com/greatescape


    August 16, 2014      What’s the Scoop?

    For kids entering grades 1-5…Ice Cream! Learn about the science and history of it and work together to make some/ 1pm-2pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 17, 2014      Art Along the Trails

    Artist in Residence Francis Gaffney will be along the trails at the Adirondack Interpretive Center painting and drawing! Observe her as she works and ask questions or simply enjoy seeing art created/ All day. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


    August 17, 2014      Lake George Music Festival

    An afternoon matinee of chamber music, featuring resident ensemble “Dolce Suono Ensemble” and visiting composer “Richard Danielpour”/ 1pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main St., North Creek. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 17, 2014      Luke Bryan in Concert

    With Lee Brice and Cole Swindell/ 7pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 17, 2014      Mohican Discovery Bicycle Cruise

    Ride one way from Lake George to the Baldwin Docks and meet the Mohican at 10:45am for a scenic cruise on the lake back to the Village! Call for more information/ Lake George Steamboat Company – Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5777 ext. 4. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 17, 2014      Sunday Brunch on the Bay

    Enjoy the region’s #1 Sunday Brunch (Post Star Best of the Region 2014) with a gorgeous view of Lake George/ 9am-1pm. The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 656-9242. dunhamsbay.com


    August 18, 2014      Glens Falls City Jazz Band Concert

    Enjoy a local jazz band concert in the park, bring a blanket or chair/ 7-9pm. City Park – Corner of Ridge & Maple Streets. Glens Falls. (518) 761-3864. cityofglensfalls.com


    August 18, 2014      Lake George Music Festival “Children’s Concert & Family Fun Day”

    Introduce your child to classical music in a family friendly and fun setting. Enjoy instrument petting zoos, various exhibits, and more! Featuring Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” narrated by actress Lindsay Gates/ 4-7pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    August 18, 2014      Lake George Music Festival “Late Night Concert”

    Join us for a one-of-a-kind event, as classical music is taken off the pedestal of the concert stage. Don’t miss your chance to discover this great music/ 9-11pm. The Boathouse Restaurant – 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. (888) 853-1632 lakegeorgeboathouse.com (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 18-21, 2014      Planetarium

    Learn how to identify summer constellations in the indoor planetarium and hear Greek and Native American lore of how they were created/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    August 18, 2014      Time Travelers: Discovering the Past through Photography

    Learn how photographs were made over a hundred years ago! Create an image to take home. Ages 8 +/ 2:30-3:30pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 18-24, 2014      Washington County Fair

    Lots of great exhibits, animals, rides, and competitions. Great food and a lovely way to spend time with the family/ Washington County Fairgrounds – 392 Old Schulyerville Road, Greenwich. (518) 692-2464. washingtoncountyfair.com


    August 18-Sept. 1, 2014      Back to School Days at the Great Escape

    Teachers, and school faculty will enjoy free admission simply by showing qualifying identification at the main gate. Others may donate a backpack filled with school supplies to receive a a discounted admission/ Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury. (518) 792-3500 x3269 sixflags.com/greatescape


    August 19, 2014      Chicago & REO Speedwagon

    Enjoy favorites from the 80’s/ 7:30pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 19, 2104     Free Concerts in Rogers Park

    Bolton Recreation Department sponsors free concerts every week. Listen to local band “Stony Creek Band” and enjoy a beautiful evening outside. Rain location: Town Hall/ 7-9pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


    August 19, 2014      The Hyde Collection

    Art Fun in the Summertime: Family Tours and Art Studio. Enjoy a tour of the museum and exhibits with creative time in the art studio. Family friendly. All ages, no registration necessary/ 1:30-4pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    August 19 , 2014     Lake George Music Festival

    An evening of chamber music presented by resident musicians/ 7pm. St. James Episcopal Church – 172 Ottowa St., Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 19, 2014      Tribute Tuesdays: “Across the Pond”

    A Beatles tribute band plays well-loved Beatles classics live by the lake/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 20, 2014      All About Black Bears

    Sponsored by Northern Forest Institute, learn about black bears from Maggie, a wildlife conservation steward. Learn about bear habits, myths and what to do if you encounter one in the wild/ 1-2pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu


    August 20, 2014      David & Goliath

    Enjoy this classic tale for children performed live by the Adirondack Shakespeare Company/ 10:30-11:30am. Chester Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. adkshakes.org  northwarren.com


    August 20, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective, hands on, great for all ages/ 10am-12pm and 1-3pm. Shepard Park – Amherst St., Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 20, 2014      Free Movies in Rogers Park

    Bolton Recreation Department sponsors free movies every week. Laugh with the family at “The Princess and the Frog”. Rain location: Town Hall/ 8:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


    August 20, 2014      Lake George Music Festival

    An evening of chamber music presented by resident musicians, featuring the work “Virtuosity” by visiting composer “David Ludwig”/ 7pm. Sacred Heart Catholic Church – 51 Mohican St., Lake George. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 20, 2014      Music in the Park

    “Ben Rounds Band” will perform a live outdoor concert; classic and country rock/ 7:30pm. Hague Town Park – Route 9N & 8, Hague. visithague.com


    August 20, 2014      Stewart’s Ice Cream Eating Contest

    Watch or join contestants to see who can eat a pint of Stewart’s ice cream the fastest! Many different age group contests. Sign up 11am/ 11am-4pm. Saratoga Racetrack – 267 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com


    August 20, 2014       Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring  R& B Band “Out of Control”; a Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evening in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    August 20, 2014     “Take A Bite” in Downtown Glens Falls

    Stroll downtown Glens Falls and try various samples from local restaurants/ 5-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visitcityofglensfalls.com


    August 21, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 21, 2014      Lake George Music Festival

    “Festival Symphony Orchestra” with conductor “Roger Kalia”. Musical pieces by Glazunov and Tchaikovsky/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park Amphitheater – Canada St., Lake George. Rain location: Lake George High School. (518) 791-5089. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    August 21, 2014      Music on Main

    Enjoy a live outdoor performance by “The Master Cylinders”. Bring a cooler and lawn chair and have fun! Sponsored by the Tri-Lakes Business Alliance/ 5:30-8:30pm. Lawn of the Chester Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    August 21, 2014      Summer History Lecture Series

    “Thomas Paine and the Flame of Revolution”; Hear speaker J.W. Regan describe Thomas Paine and his contribution to the revolution. Free and open to the public/ 7-8:30pm. Fort William Henry Conference Center – 50 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


    August 21, 2014     Teddy Bear’s Picnic

    For kids 8 and under, bring a teddy bear and a picnic lunch to enjoy together! Get a birth certificate, create an outfit, and more/ 10:30am-12pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 21, 2014     Third Thursday Art Walk

    Spend an evening out in Downtown Glens Falls and check out displays from many talented artists from around the area. Free admission/ 5-8pm. Downtown Glens Falls. glensfallsartwalk.com


    August 21, 2014      Ticonderoga Guns By Night

    Explore the legendary guns of Ticonderoga by night; from small handguns to huge cannons. See a demonstration muzzle blasts lighting up the night. Reservations required/ 8-9:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    August 22, 2014      Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents “Henry IV” part 1

    Enjoy professional classical theatre in the Adirondacks/ 5pm. Schroon Lake Manor Amphitheater. (518) 803-HARK. schroonlakeregion.com


    August 23, 2014      Lake George Open Water Swim

    Swim races of varying lengths sanctioned by the USMS and supported by the town of Hague/ All day. Hague Public Beach – 9060 Lake Shore Drive, Hague. lakegeorgeswim.com


    August 23, 2014      Our Magnificent Milky Way

    Stargazers of all ages welcome! Join local amateur astronomer Bob Fisher as he leads participants on a tour of the summer sky/ 8-9:30pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


    August 23, 2014      Shakespeare in the Raw: Henry V

    Enjoy Shakespeare’s classic play “Henry V” performed by Shakespeare in the Raw/ 7:30-9pm. Carol Theater – Main St. & Riverside, Chestertown. (518) 494-4495. northwarren.com


    August 23, 2014      Travers

    Join the throngs of racing fans to watch the most anticipated horse race of the season; the $1.25 million Travers! Gates open at 7am/ 11am-4pm. Saratoga Racetrack – 267 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com


    August 24, 2014      Art Along the Trails

    Artist in Residence Francis Gaffney will be along the trails at the Adirondack Interpretive Center painting and drawing! Observe her as she works and ask questions or simply enjoy seeing art created/ All day. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


    August 24, 2014      Art at the Lake

    Lake George Arts Project fundraiser with 50+ artists exploring their visions of this pristine, historic lake/ 4-7pm. Top O’ the World Resort – 441 Lockhart Mt. Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    August 24, 2014    Colors of France

    Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center at SPAC/ 3pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 24, 2014      Creative Healing Connections with Suzanne Murtha

    Learn about counterbalancing stress for caregivers. Both caregivers and professionals welcome. Free; donations accepted/ 2pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 Main St., North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    August 24 , 2014    Sunday Brunch on the Bay

    Enjoy the region’s #1 Sunday Brunch (Post Star Best of the Region 2014) with a gorgeous view of Lake George/ 9am-1pm. The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 656-9242. dunhamsbay.com


    August 24, 2014      Zac Brown Band

    Great American Road Trip Tour/ 7:30pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 25, 2014      Family Music

    Come see Rich Ortiz play family music with many instruments/ 11-11:45am. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 25, 2014      Film: “A Month in the Country”

    Enjoy a film from 1987 at the Bolton Free Library/ 7:30pm. Bolton Free Library – Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    August 25, 2014      Musical Magical Mondays

    Join Jimmy Brown and Rich Ortiz as they play family friendly music. Enjoy bounce houses and other child friendly amusements/ 7pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. lakegeorgechamber.org


    August 25-26, 2014      Pond Life

    Learn about life found in ponds such as the water boatman and the red spotted newt. Then try to catch them/ 1-2pm. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    August 25, 2014      Thurman Monday Night Concert

    Listen to live music by “Marty Wendell” and enjoy fireworks after dark/ 7-9pm. Veterans’ Memorial Field – Thurman. (518) 623-9649. thurmanevents.com


    August 26, 2014     Dark Day Derby

    Enjoy a seminar with Tom Gallo of Parting Glass Racing on the joys of owning a Thoroughbred Race Horse/ 5pm. Cup O’Joes Queensbury Cigar & Pipe – 1036 Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 636-3308. queensburycigarandpipe.com


    August 26, 2014     Free Concerts in Rogers Park

    Bolton Recreation Department sponsors free concerts every week. Listen to local band “The Master Cylinders” and enjoy a beautiful evening outside. Rain location: Town Hall/ 7-9pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


    August 26, 2014      History within the Walls

    Join Fort Ticondergoga staff for a rare look inside the building where the preservation of the Fort began/ 1pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    August 26, 2014      The Hyde Collection

    Art Fun in the Summertime: Family Tours and Art Studio. Enjoy a tour of the museum and exhibits with creative time in the art studio. Family friendly. All ages, no registration necessary/ 1:30pm-4pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


    August 26, 2014      Motley Crue

    with special guest Alice Cooper/ 7:30pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 26, 2014      Natalie Salman in Concert

    Enjoy a classically trained singer songwriter-harpist. Inspired by Bonnie Rait & Emmylou Harris, she creates style by fusing Americana, folk, blues, pop and country/ 7pm. Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts – Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7715. adirondackarts.org


    August 26, 2014      Season Finale: Beethoven, Tsontakis, and Brahms

    Chamber Music of Lincoln Center/ 8:00pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


    August 26, 2014      Stony Creek Music in the Park

    Rain or shine enjoy live music by “Smokey Greene & The Greene Brothers”/ 7pm. Stony Creek Town Park – Corner of Lanfear & Harrisburg Roads. stonycreekny.com


    August 26, 2014      Tribute Tuesdays: “Across the Pond”

    A Beatles tribute band plays well-loved Beatles classics live by the lake/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


    August 27, 2014       Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents “David & Goliath”

    Enjoy professional classical theatre in the Adirondacks/ 5pm. Schroon Lake Manor Amphitheater. (518) 803-HARK. schroonlakeregion.com


    August 27, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective, hands on, great for all ages/ 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm. Shepard Park – Amherst St., Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    August 27, 2o14      Free Movies in Rogers Park

    Bolton Recreation Department sponsors free outdoor movies every week. Enjoy the movie “Up” with the family! Rain location: Town Hall/ 8:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


    August 27, 2014      Garrison Ghost Tour

    Spend the evening exploring Fort Ticonderoga with a guide who will recount many unexplained occurances/ 8pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    August 27, 2014      History of the Sagamore Hotel

    Join Carol McCarthy as she presents a power point presentation about the history of the Sagamore Hotel/ 7:30pm. Hillview Free Library – 3717 Lake Shore Dr., Diamond Point. (518) 668-3012. hillviewfreelibrary.org


    August 27, 2014      Monarch Watch

    Learn about the amazing monarch butterfly and the network of volunteers who monitor the fall migration of this species in North America/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    August 27, 2014      Music in the Park

    “Calamity Rock” will perform a live outdoor concert; Soft Rock Mix & Country/ 7:30pm. Hague Town Park – Route 9N & 8, Hague. visithague.com


    August 27, 2014       Summer Concerts in Shepard Park

    Featuring  Bluegrass band “Pine Leaf Boys”; a Lake George Arts Projects summer concert series that takes place every Wednesday evening in July and August/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park, Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


    August 27, 2014      “Take A Bite” in Downtown Glens Falls

    Stroll downtown Glens Falls and try various samples from local restaurants/ 5-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glens Falls. (518) 798-1761. visitcityofglensfalls.com


    August 27, 2014      World Music Wednesday

    Listen and enjoy Jerry O’Sullivan and Friends as they play music/ 1:30pm. The Sembrich Studio – 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    August 28, 2014      Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents “Richard II”

    Enjoy professional classical theatre in the Adirondacks/ 5pm. Schroon Lake Manor Amphitheater. (518) 803-HARK. schroonlakeregion.com


    August 28, 2014      Create with Legos

    Ages 5 and up can drop in and enjoy playing with lots of legos/ 10-11:30am. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


    August 28, 2014      Fireworks Over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the Lake/ 9:30pm. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


     August 28, 2014     Spirits of History Ghost Tour

    Take an evening tour with a guide who will tell history and stories of local legends and ghosts. Ages 12 +/ 7:30pm. Fort William Henry Museum – 50 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.org


     August 28, 2014      Summer History Lecture Series

    “Preliminary Results of the 2014 Fort William Henry Cannon Study”; Hear the first results of the Cannon study from speaker Joseph W. Zarzynski & Cannon Study Team Principals. Free and open to the public/ 7-8:30pm. Fort William Henry Conference Center – 50 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5471. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


     August 28, 2014      Ticonderoga Guns By Night

    Explore the legendary guns of Ticonderoga by night; from small handguns to huge cannons. See a demonstration of muzzle blasts lighting up the night. Reservations required/ 8-9:30pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


     August 28, 2014      Veteran’s Day at Saratoga RaceTrack

    A special ceremony will be held to honor all who have served and do serve our country. Active duty and veteran military will receive free admission with military ID/ 11am-4pm. Saratoga Racetrack – 267 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-6200. nyra.com


     August 29, 2014      Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents “Henry IV” part 1

    Enjoy professional classical theatre in the Adirondacks/ 5pm. Schroon Lake Manor Amphitheater. (518) 803-HARK. schroonlakeregion.com


     August 29, 2014      Mushroom Walk

    Join mushroom expert Susan Hopkins as she leads a hunt throughout the trails. Harvest some specimens along the walk and discuss afterwards. Bring a lunch with you/ 10am-12pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic/programs/


     August 29, 2013      Mystery Art

    Great for ages 5 and up, enjoy making a mystery art project/ 11-12pm. Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508 x4. crandalllibrary.org


     August 29, 2014      Jason Aldean in Concert

    With Florida Georgia Line/ 7pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


     August 30, 2014      Adirondack Shakespeare Company presents “Henry IV”, part 2

    Enjoy professional classical theatre in the Adirondacks/ 5pm. Schroon Lake Manor Amphitheater. (518) 803-HARK. schroonlakeregion.com


     August 31, 2014      Art Along the Trails

    Artist in Residence Francis Gaffney will be along the trails at the Adirondack Interpretive Center painting and drawing! Observe her as she works and ask questions or simply enjoy seeing art created/ All day. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic/programs/


     August 30      Arts and Crafts Festival

    Family fun with lots of local artists selling hand made items. Benefits the Bolton Landing Emergency Squad/ 10am-4pm. Rogers Memorial Park – 4928 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. lakegeorgechamber.org


     August 30, 2014      Gala Concert

    Hear Metropolitan Opera Mezzo-Soprano Stephanie Blythe as she sings Kate Smith/ 6:30pm. The Sembrich Studio – 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2431. thesembrich.org


    August 30, 2014      Lake George Triathlon

    Enjoy beautiful Lake George in New York’s premier olympic distance triathlon; a USAT sanctioned event. .9mile swim, 24.8 mile bike, 6.2 mile run/ 7 am. Battlefield Park – Canada St., Lake George. lakegeorgetri.com


    August 30, 2014      Princess Party

    Ages 4-6 will enjoy celebrating the princess life! Create crafts & explore the Alfred Z. Soloman Children’s Wing. Children are encouraged to wear princess attire/ 11am-12pm. National Museum of Dance – 99 South Broadway, Saratoga. (518) 584-2225. dancemuseum.org


    August 30, 2014      Trio Casals in Concert

    Enjoy high quality music in the north country/7:30pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – Main St., North Creek. upperhudsonmusicalarts.com


    August 30, 2014       Watercolor workshop

    Enjoy learning how to paint watercolor with award winning artist Francis Gaffney/ 10am-3pm. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 9N, Newcomb (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/calendar


     August 31, 2014      Adventure Days

    Rent a nature pack and explore Up Yonda Farm at your own pace/ All day. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


     August 31, 2014      Art Along the Trails

    Artist in Residence Francis Gaffney will be along the trails at the Adirondack Interpretive Center painting and drawing. Observe her as she works and ask questions or simply enjoy seeing art created/ All day. Adirondack Interpretive Center – 5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb. (518) 582-2000. esf.edu/aic


     August 31, 2014     Big George Triathlon

    4th Annual 1/2 Iron distance triathlon. 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run. USAT sanctioned event/ 7am. Beach Road, Lake George. lgtrifestival.com


     August 31, 2014      Fort Ticonderoga Author Series

    Hear Allison Pataki talk about her book “The Traitor’s Wife”; a historical fiction narrative about Peggy Shippen/ 2pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


     August 31, 2014      Labor Day Celebration

    Enjoy live music and fireworks as you bid summer farewell/ 5-8:30pm. Rogers Memorial Park – 4928 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. boltonchamber.com


     August 31, 2014      Steely Dan

    Jamalot Ever After/ 7:30pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


     August 31, 2014      Sunday Brunch on the Bay

    Enjoy the region’s #1 Sunday Brunch (Post Star Best of the Region 2014) with a gorgeous view of Lake George/ 9am-1pm. The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay Resort – 2999 State Route 9L, Lake George. (518) 656-9242. dunhamsbay.com


     September 2, 2014      The Hyde Collection

    Art Fun in the Summertime: Family Tours and Art Studio. Enjoy a tour of the museum and  creative time in the art studio. Family friendly. All ages, no registration necessary/ 1:30-4pm. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. hydecollection.org


     September 2, 2014      Tribute Tuesdays: “Across the Pond”

    A Beatles tribute band plays well-loved Beatles classics live by the lake/ 7:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada Street, Lake George. (518) 668-5771. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgevillage.com lakegeorgechamber.com


     September 3, 2014      Floating Classroom on Lake George

    Learn about Lake George from a scientific perspective, hands on, great for all ages/ 10am-12pm & 1-3pm. Shepard Park – Amherst St., Lake George Village. (518) 668-3558. lakegeorgeassociation.org


    September 4, 2014      Car Show Luau

    Adirondack Nationals kick off party! Pig roast, entertainment, corn-on-the-cob and drink specials. Please RSVP/ 6:30-9:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6628. adirondacknationals.com


     September 4-7, 2014     Adirondack Nationals Car Show

    Enjoy lots of beautiful cars and fun family activities all weekend/ Fort William Henry Hotel – 48 Canada St., Lake George. adirondacknationals.com


     September 5-7, 2014      Adirondack Vettefest

    See lots of beautiful corvettes of all years all weekend/ Ramada of Glens Falls – 1 Abby Lane, Queensbury. adirondackcorvettes.com


     September 5, 2014     Bountiful Harvest Festival at the Farmers’ Market

    Locally grown harvest with live entertainment, maple products and demonstrations/ 3-6pm. Warrensburg Mills Historic District – 173 River Rd., Warrensburg. lakegeorgechamber.com


     September 5, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tour

    Take an evening tour with a guide who will tell history and stories of local legends and ghosts. Ages 12 +/ 7:30pm. Fort William Henry Museum – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.org


     September 6, 2014      Harvest Moon Hike

    Bring a flashlight and enjoy an evening hike while learning about the Adirondack woodland nightlife. Advanced registration required/ 8-10pm. Garnet Hill Lodge – North River. (518) 251-2150. garnet-hill.com


     September 6, 2014      Saratoga Wine and Food Festival

    Enjoy wine and food/ 12:00pm. Saratoga Performing Arts Center, (SPAC) 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org


     September 7, 2014      8th Annual Lake George Restaurant Week

    Participating restaurants around Lake George offer delicious meals for a fixed price of $20.14/ Lake George. lakegeorgechamber.com


     September 10, 2014      Open Forge Night

    Join Adam Howard and friends as they demonstrate and discuss the art and history of blacksmithing/ 6:30-8:30pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. adirondackfolkschool.org


     Sept. 10 – Oct. 11, 2014      Lake George Dinner Theatre presents “Lake Effect”

    Come help the Lake George Dinner Theatre celebrate their 47th season by watching “Lake Effect,” a funny and thoughtful story of a family snowed in during the Blizzard of ’77. Dinner shows every Wed. through Sat. Lunch shows Tues. through Thurs. Call for tickets. Lake George Dinner Theatre at the Holiday Inn Resort – 2223 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5762. lakegeorgedinnertheatre.com


     Sept. 12, 2014      Jazz Cruise on the Horicon

    Listen and enjoy live jazz on an evening boat ride with food and drinks. Featuring Brian Patneaude Quartet/ 6-9pm. (518) 899-3000. lakegeorgeartsproject.com


     Sept. 12-14, 2014      Rum Runners Roaring Twenties Weekend

    This fun event takes place in Chestertown and includes a talent show, speak easy, dinner specials at area restaurants, lice jazz, silent movies, a car pursuit, classic cars on display and a vaudeville act/ Panther Mountain Inn & Downtown Chestertown – Main St., Chestertown. (518) 494-2401. northwarren.com


     Sept. 12-13, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


     Sept. 13, 2014      Adirondack Legends

    The Bolton Landing Chamber presents a festival of traditional and original Adirondack songs and stories, featuring musicians Chris Shaw, Dan Berggren, Bill Smith and Alex Smith/ 1-5pm. Rogers Park, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Sept. 13, 2014      Annual Goofy Golf & Alzheimer’s Benefit

    Play golf to raise money for Alzheimer’s research! Pig roast dinner, 50/50 raffle, live auction with Dave Strader, NBC sports hockey announcer/ 3:30pm. Sunnyside Par 3 Golf Course – 68 Sunnyside Rd., Queensbury. (518) 792-0148.


     Sept. 13, 2014      Gala Noir: A Murderous Affair

    A fundraiser for the Crandall Public Library honoring Ed Moore Sr. Plated dinner, auctions, live music and dancing, served with a side of danger and betrayal! Reservations required/ 6-10pm. Great Escape Lodge – 89 Six Flags Drive, Queensbury. (518) 792-6508 x 284. crandalllibrary.org


    Sept. 13, 2014      Jazz Concert

    Featuring Manuel Velera and the New Cuban Express/ 1pm; Cyrille Aimee and the Gypsy Jazz Quintet/ 2:45pm; SexMob Plays Fellini: The Music of Nino Rota / 4:30pm; Anat Cohen Quartet/ 7:30pm; Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgeartsproject.org


    Sept. 13, 2014      Fireworks over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake as part of the Jazz Festival Weekend celebration/ At Dusk. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgeartsproject.org


    Sept. 13, 2014      Saturday Night Laser Tag Special

    Play laser tag with a Star Wars theme in a glow in the dark, multi-level room with black light obstacles. Great fun for birthday parties or team building!/ 7-10pm. Adventure Family Fun Center – 1079 Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 798-7860. adventurefamilyfuncenter.com


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Heroic Corn Maze

    Explore this unique corn maze with friends and family as you get lost in a puzzle and look for historic clues. Winding paths will delight young and old alike/ 10am-5pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Lake George Boat Dealers Show

    Join local area boat dealers as they show off lots of fantastic boats at great prices/All day. Beach Road, Lake George


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Lake George Jazz Weekend

    Enjoy a whole weekend of free jazz concerts with many talented performers and major league jazz ensembles. Sponsored by the Lake George Arts Project/ All weekend. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George(518) 668-2616. lakegeorgearts.org


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Living History Weekend: Lodging as the Nature of the Campaign will Admit

    Building Soldiers Huts in 1776 – Learn how soldiers built huts at Ticonderoga in 1776 and even try your hand at colonial construction techniques/ All weekend.  Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Rustic Furniture Fair

    View a showcase of rustic adirondack furnishings hand crafted by renowned artisans all over the United States/ All weekend. Adirondack Museum – Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake. (518) 352-7311. adirondackmuseum.org


     Sept. 13-14, 2014      Shrine Circus

    The circus is coming to town! Enjoy a live show with animals and acrobats/3pm & 5:30pm Sat., 2pm & 4:30pm Sun. Charles R. Wood Park – 14 Westbrook Rd., Lake George.


     Sept. 13, 2014      Teddy Roosevelt Festival & D&H Rail Fair

    Walk around and enjoy railroad history exhibits, tours of the engine houses and featuring Joe Weigand as President Theodore Roosevelt/ North Creek Depot Musuem – 5 Railroad Place, North Creek.


     Sept. 14, 2014      Hole in One for Hole in the Woods

    15th annual mini golf tournament to benefit the Double H Ranch is a fun way to raise money for a great cause! In memory of Joseph Sciancalepore, join a “Par-B-Q” at the Double H Ranch in Lake Luzerne after the mini golf. Children’s games and activities included/ 9am-12pm. Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf – Route 9, Queensbury (518) 745-1887. piratescove.net/queensbury


    Sept. 14, 2014     Jazz Concert sponsored by the Lake George Arts Project

    Featuring Billy Martin’s Wicked Knee/ 1pm; Jane Bunnett & Maqueque/ 2:45pm; Raymond Scott Orchestra/ 4:30pm. Shepard Park – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-2616. lakegeorgeartsproject.org


     Sept. 16, 3014      Tuesday Turning Taster

    Join experienced wood turner John Kingsley as he demonstrated the art of woodturning/ 7-8:30pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


     Sept. 17, 2014      Open Spinning Night

    Join the Adirondack Folk School spinners, and make your own thread. All levels welcome, from beginner to advanced/ 7-8:30pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


     Sept. 18, 2014      Opening Ceremony for Adirondack Balloon Festival

    Enjoy food vendors and live music by the Stony Creek Band while watching over 20 hot air balloons launch! (Weather permitting)/ 4:30pm. Crandall Park – 600 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 222-4593. adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 18, 2014      City of Glens Falls Block Party

    Join Glens Falls as they celebrate the kick off of the 41st Balloon Festival featuring food, music, walk-about balloon, car show, balloon baskets on display, and kid’s activities/ 6-9:30pm. Downtown Glens Falls – Glen St., Glens Falls. adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 19, 2014      Bus Tour: “Burgoyne’s Campaign of 1777: The Second Stage”

    Led by historian Michael Gabriel, embark on this day long bus tour and travel through time and Fort Ann, Fort Edward, Jane McRea’s grave, Bennington Battlefield and more/ Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


     Sept. 19-21, 2014      11th Annual American Revolution Seminar

    Fort Ticonderoga hosts a seminar on the military, poetical and social history of the American War for Independence. Pre-registration required/ Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-6370. fortticonderoga.org


     Sept. 19-21, 2014      Benefit Shopping Party

    A fundraiser for women in need sponsored by Lake George Region Women for WIN, Inc./ Shop 10am-5pm. Refreshments and “Lite Bites” 1-4pm. Adirondack Cotton Co., a Ladies’ Specialty Boutique – 4941 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-2813.


     Sept. 19-20, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


     Sept. 19, 2014      Balloon Festival Launch

    Browse a craft fair hosted by ZONTA, with kid’s activities and food vendors; and then see 80+ hot air balloons launch, some special shapes will launch (weather permitting)/ 3pm. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 19-21, 2014      Hague Oktoberfest Weekend

    A weekend full of fun for the whole family! Featuring live music by “Calamity Rock”, and “Fritz & 39’s Polka Band”. There are kids activities and a Sunday sunrise service and fellowship hour/ All weekend. Town of Hague Park – Route 9N & 8, Hague. (518) 543-6239. visithague.com


     Sept. 20, 2014      Annual McDonnell’s Music Festival Concert Benefit

    Come out and enjoy live music, silent auctions, food and fun while raising awareness and money for Friedreich’s Ataxia research and local Dylan McDonnell/ 4-9pm. Elks Club – Cronin Rd., Queensbury.


     Sept. 20, 2014      Balloon Festival Launch

    Enjoy a “Big Balloon Breakfast” in the airport hangar, try the food vendors and shop at the craft show hosted by ZONTA. Kids activities, and a hot air balloon launch of 100+ hot air balloons (weather permitting)/ 5-9am. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Bicycle Tour

    Take a bike tour of the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport sponsored by Warren County Sage and Quality Bicycling Organization/ 10am. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Festival for the Lake

    A fantastic fundraiser for Lake George! Enjoy a lots of live music and a block party with food vendors, children’s activities such as pony rides and bounce houses, and a large craft fair! Saturday music is Rock & Roll and Sunday is Country/ All weekend. Charles R. Wood Park – 14 Westbrook Rd., Lake George (518) 668-5771. festivalforthelake.com


     Sept. 20-21, 2014      Heroic Corn Maze

    Explore this unique corn maze with friends and family as you get lost in a puzzle and look for historic clues. Winding paths will delight young and old alike/ 10am-5pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Live Music

    Enjoy live rock & roll music at The Festival for the Lake: Rich Ortiz/12pm; The North & South Dakotas/ 1pm; NRBQ/ 2:30pm; Paranoid Social Club/ 4pm; Wild Adriatic/ 5:30pm; Robert Randolf & The Family Band/ 7pm. Charles R. Wood Park – 14 Westbrook Rd., Lake George (518) 668-5771. festivalforthelake.com


     Sept. 20, 2014      Live Music

    Enjoy live music by various local bands as part of the Adirondack Balloon Festival/ 2-4:45pm. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury. adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Balloon Festival Launch

    See over 100 hot air balloons launch at once! (weather permitting)/ 5pm. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Fireworks over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ At nightfall. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


     Sept. 20, 2014      Moonglow

    Enjoy 20+ hot air balloons as they light up the night. A beautiful demonstration…Bring your flashlights!/ 8pm. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


     Sept. 20, 2014      Picnic at Lake George

    The chapman museum is wrapping up their summer celebration of Lake George with a picnic on the grounds of the historic Wiawaka House. Enjoy great food, explore the  grounds or play croquet or shuffleboard. Included is a complementary boat ride on a classic boat from Wiawaka’s dock. Reservations required/ 1-3:30pm. Wiawaka Holiday House – 3778 NY 9L, Lake George. (518) 668-9690 x3. chapmanmuseum.org


    Sept. 20-21, 2014      Great Escape Octoberfest

    Enjoy live music, dancing and specialty performances at the Great Escape as they celebrate German culture with Bavarian cuisine and beverages/ All weekend. The Great Escape – 89 Six Flags Dr., Queensbury (888) 708-2684. sixflags.com/greatescape


    Sept. 21, 2014         Balloon Festival Launch

    Enjoy a “Big Balloon Breakfast” in the airport hangar, try the food vendors and shop at the craft show hosted by ZONTA. Kids activities, and a hot air balloon launch of 100+ hot air balloons (weather permitting) Church services are offered in the entertainment tent at 8am & 9am/ 5-9am. Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport – 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.  adirondackballoonfest.org


    Sept. 21, 2014      Live music at the Bandshell

    Enjoy Jonathan Newell Band as they perform in Crandall Park/ 2-5pm. Crandall Park – 600 Glen St., Glens Falls. adirondackballoonfest.org


    Sept. 20, 2014      Live Music

    Enjoy live music at The Festival for the Lake: Stony Creek Band/12pm; Rosco Bandana/ 1:15pm; Girls Guns & Glory/ 2:30pm; Claire Lynch Band/ 4pm; New Riders of the Purple Sage/ 5pm. Charles R. Wood Park – Westbrook Rd., Lake George (518) 668-5771. festivalforthelake.com


    Sept. 21, 2014       Balloon Festival Launch

    Enjoy the final launch of the 41st Annual Adirondack Balloon Festival as 20+ hot air balloons take to the skies (weather permitting)/ 5pm. Crandall Park – 600 Glen St., Glens Falls. adirondackballoonfest.org


    Sept. 20-21, 2014       Community Appreciation Weekends at Fort William Henry

    Local residents are afforded the opportunity for free admission to the Fort William Henry (2 adults + 2 children) with proof of residency. For residents of Warren, Washington, Saratoga and Essex County/ All Weekend. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6626. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


    Sept. 21-26, 2014      Adirondack Apple Festival Week

    Celebrate New York’s most plentiful native fruit! Enjoy specialty appetizers, drinks, entrees and desserts centered around apples/ All Week. The Boathouse Restaurant – 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. 877-722-8959. cresthavenlodges.com


    Sept. 26-27, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Sept. 27, 2014      Annual Cemetery Tour

    Join in on a walking tour of the Glens Falls Cemetery with performers that bring to life local stories of those buried there. Reservations suggested/ 10am-1pm. Glens Falls Cemetery – Bay Road, Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanhistoricalmuseum.org


    Sept. 27, 2014      Heritage Harvest and Horse Festival

    Celebrate fall with friends and family as you see equestrian demonstrations and take part in family fun activities, including wagon rides, sack races and much more/ Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 27, 2014      Spirits of the Old Fort House

    Come join the Old Fort House Museum as they celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the museum opening! Take a tour and meet a ‘spirit’ who once stayed there/ 6:30-9pm. Old Fort House Museum – 29 Broadway, Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    Sept. 27-28, 2014      Adirondack Distance Festival

    Six races make up this weekend festival! The Helpers Fund 5k & 10k take place on Saturday leading up to the Adirondack Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday in Schroon Lake/ 9am-5pm. Chestertown – Main St., Chestertown (518) 494-5565. adirondackmarathon.org


    Sept. 27-28, 2014      Heroic Corn Maze

    Explore this unique corn maze with friends and family as you get lost in a puzzle and look for historic clues. Winding paths will delight young and old alike/ 10am-5pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Sept. 28-29, 2014      Military Encampment at Rogers Island Visitor Center

    See mock battles, sutlers and vendors selling handmade crafted items/ Rogers Island Visitor Center – 11 Rogers Island Dr., Fort Edward. (518) 747-3693. rogersisland.org


    Sept. 28, 2014      22nd Annual Taste of the North Country

    Rain or shine, sample a variety of foods from the North Country’s best restaurants/11am-5pm. Glens Falls City Park – Ridge St., Glens Falls. glensfallstaste.com


    Oct. 2, 2014      Walking Tour of Glens Falls

    Join educator Kim Harvish of the Chapman Historical Museum as you walk around downtown Glens Falls and learn about the buildings and history there/1-3pm. The Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Oct. 4-5, 2014      Haunted for Habitat

    Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity at Tubby Tubes Company. Enjoy downhill tubing, a haunted house, pumpkins and a tube maze to get lost in! Hot chocolate and snack bar available. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity/ Sat.12-8pm Sun.12-4pm. Tubby Tubes Company – 1289 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-7222. tubbytubes.com


    Oct. 4-5, 2014      Heroic Corn Maze

    Explore this unique corn maze with friends and family as you get lost in a puzzle and look for historic clues. Winding paths will delight young and old alike/ 10am-5pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 4-5, 2014      The World’s Largest Garage Sale

    People come from far and wide to browse and shop this garage sale/ flea market/ craft fair with lots of bargain hunting and food vendors to delight/ Main St., Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburggaragesale.com


    Oct. 8, 2014      Open Forge Night

    Join Adam Howard and friends as they demonstrate and discuss the art and history of blacksmithing/ 6:30-8:30pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St., Lake Luzerne. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Oct. 10, 2014      5th Annual Garlic Festival

    Celebrate garlic at the Farmer’s Market with live music, food contests, locally grown produce, recipes and garlic samplings/ 3-6pm. Warrensburg Mills Historic District – 173 River St., Warrensburg. (518) 623-2161. warrensburgchamber.com


    Oct. 10, 2014      Garrison Ghost Tours

    Spend the evening exploring Fort Ticonderoga with a guide who will recount many unexplained occurances/ 8pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 10-11, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Oct. 1, 2014      Bolton Town-wide Garage Sale

    Maps are available at the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce to assist you in your treasure hunting in this town-wide garage sale/ Bolton Landing. (518) 644-3831. boltonchamber.com


    Oct. 11, 2014      Fireworks over Lake George

    Enjoy a spectacular fireworks display over the lake/ At Dusk. View from Shepard Park on Canada Street or Beach Road, Lake George Village. (518) 668-5755. lakegeorgechamber.com


    Oct. 11, 2014     Garage Sale/ Estate sale

    A large garage sale, estate sale, with books and plants for sale as well. You may find some historic treasures/ 9am-4pm. Old Fort House Museum – 29 Broadway, Fort Fort Edward. (518) 747-9600. oldforthousemuseum.com


    Oct. 11, 2014      The Great Brant Lake Duck Race

    This year will start off with a free pancake breakfast at the Horicon Fire House, followed by a fun duck race! Purchase your own duck to float in the race. Prices will be given for 1,2 and 3rd place finishes. After the race enjoy pumpkin painting at the Horicon Community Center/ 12pm. Mill Pond – Upper Dam, Brant Lake. (518) 494-2722. northwarren.com


    Oct. 11-13, 2014      Haunted for Habitat

    Fundraiser for Habitat for Humainty at Tubby Tubes Company. Enjoy downhill tubing, a haunted house, pumpkins and a tube maze to get lost in! Hot chocolate and snack bar available. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity/ Sat.12-8pm Sun.12-4pm. Tubby Tubes Company – 1289 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-7222. tubbytubes.com


    Oct. 11-12, 2014      French & Indian War Encampment & 18th Century Sutler Fair

    Watch a re-enactment of the French & Indian War, or take part in it! Handmade crafts, clothing, toys, tinware, and 18th century marketplace/All Day. Lake George Battlefield Park & Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6626. frenchandindianwarsociety.org


    Oct. 11, 2014      German Grill Night

    Enjoy a dinner buffet, beer specials at an outside bar and live music all at a beautiful setting on Lake George/ 5-9pm. The Boathouse Restaurant – 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. 877-722-8959. cresthavenlodges.com


    Oct. 11, 2014      Susan Pereira & Sabor Brazil

    Listen to original Brazilian jazz ranging from Brazilian standards to hot samba, contemporary MPB, and exotic rhythms. Presented with Upper Hudson Musical Arts/ 7:30pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 main St., North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Oct. 11, 2014      Thurman Fall Farm Tour

    Take a driving tour and visit many farms in Thurman as they offer you food and drink from their bounty. See a llama farm and lots of pumpkins and maple as well as hand crafted items such as quilts. A beautiful way to spend a Saturday/ 10am-4pm. Route 418, Thurman. thurmanfallfarmtour.com


    Oct 11-12, 2014      Gore Mountain Harvest Festival

    Family fun featuring scenic sky rides, entertainment all weekend, and hearty fall food and drink. Children’s activities include climbing walls, miniature golf, pony rides, bungee trampoline and more/10:30am-4:30pm. Gore Mountain – 793 Peaceful Valley Rd., North Creek. (518) 251-5026. goremountain.com


    Oct. 11-13, 2014      Heroic Corn Maze

    Explore this unique corn maze with friends and family as you get lost in a puzzle and look for historic clues. Winding paths will delight young and old alike/ 10am-5pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 17-18, 2014      Maze by Moonlight

    Explore the corn maze by flashlight at this classic fall event. Search for hidden stations within the maze to complete your quest as the mysteries of the night surround you/ 7-10pm. Fort Ticonderoga – 30 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821. fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 17-18, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Oct. 17-19, 2014      State Special Olympics

    Come cheer on competitors as New York athletes compete in various sports such as soccer, softball, cross country running, biking, and more/ Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 civic center plaza, Glens Falls. (800) 836-6976. nyso.com


    Oct. 17, 2014      Garrison Ghost Tours

    Spend the evening exploring Fort Ticonderoga with a guide who will recount many unexplained occurances/ 8pm. Fort Ticonderoga – Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga. (518) 585-2821.  fortticonderoga.org


    Oct. 18, 2014      Fall Foliage Hike

    Join John Crist as he leads a 7 mile moderate hike through the woods to summit Cat and Thomas Mountains/ 9am-3pm. Cat & Thomas Mountains Preserve, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Oct. 18-19, 2014      Haunted for Habitat

    Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity at Tubby Tubes Company. Enjoy downhill tubing, a haunted house, pumpkins and a tube maze to get lost in! Hot chocolate and snack bar available. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity/ Sat.12-8pm Sun.12-4pm. Tubby Tubes Company – 1289 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-7222. tubbytubes.com


    Oct. 19, 2014      Halloween Pug Party Parade

    Hilarity ensues when pugs are dressed in Halloween costumes and taken on parade, come join the fun! Certificates awarded for costume contest/ 9am-3pm. Dynamite Hill – Route 8, Chestertown.


    Oct. 24, 2014      OTTG’s production of “Dracula”

    Watch the famous Count from Transylvania come to life on stage! Guaranteed to thrill and delight in this Balderston/Dean dramatization of the classic/ 7:30pm. Tannery Pond Community Center – 228 main St., North Creek. (518) 251-2505. tpcca.org


    Oct. 24-25, 2014      Spirits of History Ghost Tours

    Take a tour of the Fort William Henry and learn local ghost legends and lore history while walking where some spirits still reside/7:30pm. Fort William Henry – 48 Canada St., Lake George. (518) 964-6647. fortwilliamhenry.com


    Oct. 25, 2014      Halloween Party

    Attend the Boathouse’s fun Halloween costume party with live music and costume competition/ 7-11pm. The Boathouse Restaurant – 3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George. 877-722-8959. cresthavenlodges.com


    Oct. 25-26, 2014      Haunted for Habitat

    Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity at Tubby Tubes Company. Enjoy downhill tubing, a haunted house, pumpkins and a tube maze to get lost in! Hot chocolate and snack bar available. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity/ Sat.12-8pm Sun.12-4pm. Tubby Tubes Company – 1289 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-7222. tubbytubes.com


    Nov. 1, 2014      Spruce Mountain Hike

    Enjoy a moderate 3.6 mile round-trip hike up Spruce Mountain with the Lake George Land Conservancy/10am-1pm. Spruce Mountain – Putnam. (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Nov. 3, 2014      Chronicle Book Fair

    Book & poster signing with Carl Heilman, local photographer of the Adirondacks/ 11am-4pm. Queensbury Hotel – 88 Ridge St., Glens Falls. (518) 792-1121. carlheilman.com


    Nov. 14, 2014      Chapman Wine & Chocolate Tasting

    Sample lots of chocolate and wine! Silent auction and live entertainment to benefit the Chapman Historical Museum/ 5:30-8pm. Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Nov. 19, 2014      WINGO – Wings and Bingo!

    A perfect combination to enjoy with your friends/ 7pm. The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Nov. 20, 2014      Davidoff Cigar Dinner

    An amazing night of food, wine and cigars. Enjoy a 4 course meal and a fine selection of Davidoff Cigars. Sure to be a memorable night/ 5pm. The Wine Bar – 417 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-8777. thewinebarofsaratoga.com


    Nov. 20, 2014      Live Team Trivia

    Challenge yourself while having fun with friends/ 7-9pm.  The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Nov. 21, 2o14      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Syracuse Crunch/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Nov. 21, 2014      Thanks-4-Giving Condo Crawl

    A fun benefit for the Double H Hole in the Woods Camp. Enjoy an exclusive showing of 10 luxury condos and then party into the night with live music, light fare, beverages, and dessert. Please RSVP/ 6-10pm. 38 High Rock  Rd. Saratoga Springs. (518) 696-5921 x228. doublehranch.org


    Nov. 22, 2014      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Rochester Americans. Military appreciation night. Special game camoflage jerseys will be worn by the Flames/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Nov. 22, 2014      Black Velvet Art Party

    Creative fashion and art are appreciated at this benefit for the Lake George Arts Project. Silent auction with original black velvet art works, dancing, awards and a fun evening all for a good cause/ 7-11pm. Georgian Resort – Canada St., Lake George. (518) 668-5401. georgianresort.com


    Nov. 22, 2014      Wildlife in Winter

    Learn about animals and how they prepare for winter in this area. Includes wildlife exhibit and outdoor hike to look for animal activity/ 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing. (518) 644- 9767. upyondafarm.com


    Nov. 22-23, 2o14      The Village Stroll

    Shop, Wine & Dine your way through Lake George Village! Enjoy shopping in Lake George Village with friends and enter to win a beautiful gift basket! Simply pick up a passport at any participating Lake George Business, get it stamped at each shop, and return it for the chance to win/ 11am-6pm. Lake George Village – Canada St. Lake George. (518) 668-WINE. adirondackwinery.com


    Nov. 23, 2014      Giving Thanks for Thanksgiving Family Program

    Enjoy a story time, craft, game & find out who made Thanksgiving a holiday/ 1-3pm. The Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Nov. 24, 2014      O’ Tennenbaum Senior Day

    Enjoy a short curator’s talk about the exhibit Portrait Stories, and learn about German Christmas traditions at the DeLong House/ 11am and 1pm tours. The Chapman Historical Museum – 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 793-2826. chapmanmuseum.org


    Nov. 26, 2014      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs Toronto Marlies. Team poster giveaway for the first 1000 people/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Nov. 26, 2014      WINGO – Wings and Bingo!

    A perfect combination to enjoy with your friends/ 7pm. The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Nov. 27, 2014      Thanksgiving Dinner at the Georgian Lakeside Resort

    Celebrate Thanksgiving with a fantastic buffet dinner and live holiday music/ 4pm. Georgian Lakeside Resort – 384 Canada St. Lake George. (518) 668-5401. georgianresort.com


    Nov. 27, 2014      The 13th Annual Christopher Dailey Turkey Trot

    5k run/walk to benefit the Christopher Dailey Foundation/ 8:30am. Saratoga City Hall – Saratoga Springs. (518) 581-1328. christopherdailyfoundation.com


    Nov. 28-30, 2014      Holiday Open House at the Shirt Factory

    Lots and lots of original artworks and handmade items, perfect for holiday giving! Many talented artists and craftsmen showcasing their work. Definitely worth a look/ 10am-5pm. The Shirt Factory – 71 Lawrence St., Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    Nov. 29, 2014      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Grand Rapids Griffins. Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice with Dave Christian and Dave Silk – members of the 1980 Olympic team/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Nov. 29, 2014      The 39th Annual Saratoga Craft Marketplace

    Shop this popular craft show with over 100 artisans and lots of handmade crafts and wares to choose from. Proceeds benefit the the Saratoga Center to Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect/ 10am-4:30pm. Saratoga City Center – Saratoga Springs.


    Nov. 29, 2014      Small Business Saturday

    Shop local for the holidays. Glens Falls area small businesses will be offering great deals on this date to encourage people to shop local for the holidays!  Check out downtown Glens Falls, Ticonderoga, and Lake George to get great deals on holiday shopping/ All day. Various locations.


    Dec. 2, 2014       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Hamilton Bulldogs/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Dec. 3, 2014      WINGO – Wings and Bingo!

    A perfect combination to enjoy with your friends/ 7pm. The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Dec. 4, 2014      Live Team Trivia

    Challenge yourself while having fun with friends/ 7-9pm.  The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Dec. 5, 2014      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Texas Stars. Rally towel giveaway/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Dec. 5-6, 2014      Gifting the Adirondacks Holiday Fair

    Great place to do some holiday shopping! Browse handmade Adirondack crafts and works of art by many talented local artists/ 9am-5pm. Adirondack Folk School – 51 Main St. Lake Luzerne. (518) 696- 2400. adirondackfolkschool.org


    Dec. 6, 2014      Rabbi Richard J. Sobel Memorial Lecture Series Presents Prof. William Dever

    The Temple Beth El welcomes Prof. William Dever, the world-renowned biblical archeologist who will address the topic , “The Lives of Ordinary People in 8th Century Jerusalem.” Prof. Dever has authored several books and articles on the archeology of the Holy Land, based on his ground-breaking excavations in Israel. Open to the public, buy your ticket early or at the door/ 7pm. Temple Beth El – 3 Marion Ave., Glens Falls. (518) 792-4364. glensfallstemple.com


    Dec. 7 , 2014     Christmas Cantada

    A wonderful annual community event to celebrate the holiday season. Performed by the Community United Methodist Church. Lenore Simpson is the conductor of the ecumenical choir and Robert K. Flachbarth will accompany. Refreshments will be served, all are welcome/ 3pm. Chestertown Methodist Church – Church St., Chestertown. (518) 494-3374. northwarren.com


    Dec. 10, 2014       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Hamilton Bulldogs/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Dec. 11, 2014      Live Team Trivia

    Challenge yourself while having fun with friends/ 7-9pm.  The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Dec. 13, 2014      Christmas with Santa

    Kids activities, refreshments, and holiday music, cookie decorating and gifts. Santa to arrive on a fire truck/ 10am-12pm. Chester Municipal Center – Route 9, Chestertown. northwarren.com


    Dec. 13-14, 2014      December Open House at the Shirt Factory

    Lots and lots of original artworks and handmade items, perfect for holiday giving! Many talented artists and craftsmen showcasing their work. Definitely worth a look/ 10am-5pm. The Shirt Factory – 71 Lawrence St., Glens Falls. (518) 907-4478. shirtfactorygf.com


    Dec. 13, 2014       Gingerbread Workshop

    Enjoy decorating cookies and gingerbread houses as a fun family activity. Please register ahead. $10 fee per family, 2 separate times for decorating/ 9:30am 0r 11am. Chester Public Library – Route 9, Chestertown. (518) 494-5384. chesterlibrary.org


    Dec. 13, 2014      Lake George Community Band’s Holiday Concert

    Come enjoy wonderful music to celebrate the holiday season/ 3pm. Glens Falls High School – Quade St., Glens Falls.


    Dec. 17, 2014      WINGO – Wings and Bingo!

    A perfect combination to enjoy with your friends./ 7pm. The Long Horn – 1379 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5655. thelonghornrestaurantandpub.com


    Dec. 18, 2014      Big Buck Contest Sportman’s Cookout

    Come enjoy game meats fresh from the Adirondacks, followed up by your favorite cigar/ 5pm. Queensbury Cigar & Pipe – 1036 Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 636-3308. queensburycigarandpipe.com


    Dec. 20, 2014       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Utica Comets. Teddy Bear toss! Bring a gently used or new teddy bear and toss it on the ice as a donation for the Salvation Army/ 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Dec. 20, 2014      Christmas Bird Count

    Assist a nation-wide citizens science effort to survey bird populations, locally organized by the Lake George Land Conservancy. Observe and count birds, and meet up with fellow participants to compare  notes and enjoy coffee or hot chocolate. Please pre-register by calling (518) 644-9673. lglc.org


    Dec. 31, 2014      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Toronto Marlies. Special New Year’s Eve Extravaganza! Gingerbread house raffle, happy dance contest and other promotions, indoor fireworks display/ 5:30pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Dec. 31, 2014      New Year’s Eve Dining on Lake George

    Enjoy a fabulous dinner buffet with the Lake George Steamboat Company including the buffet, champagne toast and party favors/ 5-8pm. Beach Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-5777 ext. 4. lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Dec. 31, 2014      New Year’s Eve Party

    Enjoy the annual New Year’s Eve celebration at with great people and great cigars/ 5pm. Cup O’Joe’s Queensbury Cigar and Pipe – 1036 Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 636-3308. queensburycigarandpipe.com


    Dec. 31, 2014   Midnight Fireworks Party Cruise

    Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, dinner buffet and party favors as well as live music and dancing and a great fireworks display as you ring in the new year on Lake George/ 9:15pm-12:30am. Beach Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-5777 ext. 4 lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Jan. 1, 2015      Champagne Brunch Cruise

    Start off the new year with a champagne toast at noon and brunch including a pastry station or heartier fare/ 11am-2:15pm. Beach Rd., Lake George. (518) 668-5777 ext. 4 lakegeorgesteamboat.com


    Jan. 23, 2015      Into the Eye of a Kaleidoscope Collector

    View an amazing kaleidoscope exhibit with collector Judith Ann Mysliborski. World Awareness Children’s Museum – 89 Warren St. Glens Falls. (518) 793-2773. worldchildrenmuseum.org


    Jan. 23, 2015      Winter Showcase Art Party

    North Country Arts celebrates its new downtown Glens Falls gallery venture. 176 Glens St. Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761. northcountryarts.org


    Jan. 24, 2015      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Rochester Americans. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Jan. 24, 2015      Adirondack Theatre Festival Annual Benefit & Gala

    Featuring food, beverages, special treats, and open bar as you enjoy a fun James Bond theme. Lots of prizes and amazing musical entertainment. Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Jan. 24 & 31, 2015      Memoir Writing Workshop

    Join other writers in challenging yourself to learn to write your own memoir. 12-2pm. (518) 798-1144 x 2. larac.org


    Jan. 24, 2015      Winter Tracking

    Take a guided hike along Up Yonda Farm’s trails looking for signs of animal activity. Learn what some mammal tracks look like. 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Jan. 25, 2015      Ballroom Dancing

    Learn the basics of ballroom dancing. Enjoy time dancing with your partner! 6:30-9pm. The Fun Spot – 1035 State Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 792-8989. thefunspot.com


    Jan. 28, 2015      Lit Knits

    Join this adult group to enjoy knitting and needlework projects and discuss books. 1-2:30pm. Holden Room; Crandall Public Library – 251 Glen Street, Glens Falls. (518) 792-6508. crandalllibrary.org


    Jan. 29 – Feb.4, 2015      ADK Winter Mountaineering School

    Come experience an alpine winter adventure! Refine existing skills, learn new techniques,  and experience new winter activities. Many different options. Adirondack Loj – Lake Placid. winterschool.org


    Jan. 31, 2015      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Rochester Americans. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Jan. 31, 2015      Guided Cross-Country Ski

    For advanced skiers; take on a challenging cross country skiing trek in the Adirondacks. Led by David Thomas-Train. 9:30am-3:00pm. Cat & Thomas Mountains Preserve Valley Woods, Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9673.


    Jan. 31, 2015      Planetarium

    Learn about the winter sky; identify some major constellations and stars, and also hear Native American and Greek stories about how they came to be. Fun for the whole family! 1-2pm. Up Yonda Farm – 5239 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing. (518) 644-9767. upyondafarm.com


    Feb. 1, 2015      Sunday Film Series “The Land Before Time”

    Enjoy popular movies from years past in a movie theater setting. Fun for the whole family! Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 4, 2015      Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Iowa Wild. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Feb. 4, 2015      One-Stroke Painting

    Learn this painting technique in a warm, cozy setting. No experience necessary. Call to register. 5-8pm. Caldwell-Lake George Library – 336 Canada St. Lake George. (518) 668-2528. lakegeorgelibrary.blogspot.com


    Feb. 6, 2015       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Utica Comets. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Feb. 7, 2015       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Utica Comets. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Feb. 7, 2015      Lake George Music Festival Winter Series

    Featuring musicians from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Yale School of Music, and Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. 7pm. Caldwell Presbyterian Church – 71 Montcalm St., Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    Feb. 8, 2015      Lake George Music Festival Winter Series

    Featuring musicians form The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Yale School of Music, and Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. 7pm. Caldwell Presbyterian Church – 71 Montcalm St., Lake George. lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


    Feb. 8 , 2015     Sunday Film Series “The Lego Movie”

    Enjoy popular movies from years past in a movie theater setting. Fun for the whole family! Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 10, 2015       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Syracuse Crunch. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Feb. 14, 2015      Walk on Water to Dome Island

    Walk, ski, or snowshoe across a mile of frozen Lake George to explore Dome Island and see the plaque that commemorates John Apperson’s donation of the island for conservation in 1956. Lake George Land Conservancy Office – 4905 Lake Shore Drive.(518) 644-9673. lglc.org



    Feb. 15, 2015      Sunday Film Series “Maleficent”

    Enjoy popular movies from years past in a movie theater setting. Fun for the whole family! Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 17-20, 2015      School Break Art Camp

    Children ages 6-12 will enjoy art appreciation and art projects while they are on school break. The Hyde Collection – 161 Warren St. Glens Falls. (518) 792-1761 x340. hydecollection.org


    Feb. 18, 2015      Beginning Geneology

    Learn the basics of genealogy. Call to register. 7pm. Caldwell-Lake George Library – 336 Canada St. Lake George. (518) 668-2528. lakegeorgelibrary.blogspot.com


    Feb. 18, 2015      Without Indentures: Index to White Slave Children in Colonial Court Records

    Join Richard Hayes Phillips as he discusses his book detailing children kidnapped from Scotland, Ireland, England, New England and sold into slavery. Hear the facts and join the conversation about this ad and interesting topic in American History. 7pm. Caldwell-Lake George Library – 336 Canada Street Lake George. (518) 668-2528. lakegeorgelibrary.blogspot.com


    Feb. 20, 2015      The Irish Comedy Tour

    Enjoy a party atmosphere of a Dublin pub combined with a trio of comedians who will have you howling with laughter. Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen Street Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 22, 2015      Ballroom Dancing

    Learn the basics of ballroom dancing. Enjoy time dancing with your partner! 6:30-9pm. The Fun Spot – 1035 State Route 9, Queensbury. (518) 792-8989. thefunspot.com


    Feb. 22, 2015      Sunday Film Series “Up”

    Enjoy popular movies from years past in a movie theater setting. Fun for the whole family! Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 28, 2015       Adirondack Flames Hockey Game

    vs. Toronto Marlies. 7pm. Glens Falls Civic Center – 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls. (518) 480-3355. adirondackflames.com


    Feb. 28, 2015      Art in the Public Eye’s Play Fest 2015

    10 teams compete to create a 10 minute play and perform it in one weekend! Audience votes for best play. 8pm. Charles R. Wood Theater – 207 Glen St., Glens Falls. (518) 480-4878 for tickets. woodtheater.org


    Feb. 28, 2015      Vintage Hollywood: A Balck & White Winter Ball

    Enjoy this yearly fundraising gala for SPAC hosted by the Junior Committee. Hall of Springs – 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. (518) 584-9330. spac.org



     

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