Lake George Guide Blog

Collecting Vintage Travel Souvenirs

by Lynne Constantine Antiques Market Place sou·ve·nir  – (noun)  a token of remembrance; a memento. For decades Americans have been collecting souvenirs of their summer vacations. Some are so tacky they end up in the trash; while others are saved and loved for happy memories that they bring back. Here is a list of some of … Read More

Fife and Drum Corp Muster at Fort Ticonderoga

You don’t want to miss the Fife and Drum Corps performing at Fort Ticonderoga‘s Annual Fife and Drum Corp Muster, happening Saturday August 6th! Throughout the day, visitors can listen to patriotic music by fife (a small high pitched flute usually made of wood or metal) and drums (snare or bass) to celebrate more than … Read More

Shows Not To Miss

The Lake George Region boasts exceptional shows & magnificent concerts throughout the season for visitors and locals to enjoy, and this weekend is no exception! Don’t miss out on three wonderful performances… from an all-star benefit concert – to a family fun theatrical performance – to a world-class quality chamber music concert… all happening right … Read More

Secret Caverns

The Northeast’s most natural cavern open to the public and offers underground adventure for all ages! Since 1929, young and old alike have been thrilled by Nature’s work. Well-informed tour guides begin the 1 hour long, half mile walking journey of discovery using the natural entrance. While descending the 103 steps, visitors can marvel at … Read More

Lake George Community Band Festival

Enjoy free family entertainment during the Lake George Community Band Festival at Shepard Park in Lake George Village. During this annual festival event, thirteen community concert bands & ensemble bands from Northeastern United States & Canada will be performing American band music including orchestral works, classic marches & patriotic songs. The Lake George Community Band … Read More

Ice Eaters

by Jeff Goldberg This article is about an area that has become a passion of mine. I have had contact in and around the body of water known as Lake George all of my 50 years. There have been many changes, some good, and some not so much. This article is about an area … Read More

Building Your Vintage Clothing Collection

by Laura Traudt of Laura’s Vintage The stylish young woman uses imagination to mix new and vintage pieces to achieve unique and glamorous looks. Vintage clothing, accessories and vintage inspired pieces grace the pages of every fashion magazine, every month. You can use the images and advice to inspire you, but when building your own … Read More

Railroads on Parade: The Model Railroad Extravaganza

Thrill to six magical miniature worlds of model trains, a first-class journey for dreamers of all ages. RAILROADS ON PARADE is a 5,000 square foot indoor exhibit that includes the famous four season display:  THE STATION, the breathtaking 110’ long HELLGATE  BRIDGE display, NYC SUBWAYS, the 1939 WORLD’S FAIR, the PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND exhibit, and NEW … Read More

Lake George Dinner Theatre 2019: LUNCH WITH MRS. BASKIN

The Lake George Dinner Theatre Presents: September 12th thru October 19th LUNCH WITH MRS. BASKIN, by Sam Bobrick “A delicious comedy with a dash of romance!” Although she has no intention of buying anything, Mrs. Eva Baskin, a sweet, retired widow, continuously sets up appointments with sales people solely to have lunch and conversation with … Read More

Lake George Summerfest

It’s now officially Summer, the most popular time of year in Lake George! To celebrate the arrival of the Summer season, Lake George hosts their annual “Summerfest,” which occurs on the last weekend in June (just before 4th of July weekend). Summerfest, also considered a jump start into the Summer season by many, is a … Read More