Schroon Fish and Game Club Lobster and Chicken Bake

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A Horseshoe Tourney, a Kids Bounce House with music by Daze Out will have hundreds jumping this Saturday at the annual Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club’s Lobster and Chicken Bake.

While tickets for the Lobster and Chicken are sold out --  there will be plenty of hotdogs, hamburgers, sausage & peppers and cold beer up for grabs. Those with tickets should know the BBQ Chicken is served between 1:30-2:30 PM and the Lobster between 3-4 PM

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There will be fresh corn on the cob, Manhattan and New England clam chowder served all day. Includes the above plus fresh pork, potato salad and coleslaw.

The band starts at 2pm. Have a blast!

Schroon's Labor Day Sunday Ends With a Bang

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The night sky was awash in colorful explosions as Schroon said goodbye to the summer season on Sunday. The day featured a smorgasbord of activities: for kids it was an array of inflatable challenges in the Town Park, before the annual Street Dance, which returned to Main Street for the first time in several years.

And yet another spectacular Fireworks show – set off from a barge a few hundred feet from the Town Docks – wowed the crowd. But Schroon is still very much opened for business. There’s the extended Seagle Music Colony season, the Monday night acoustic Band Jam at the Boat House, the Witherbee’s Thursday Night Open Mic night and Sticks and Stones will continue to host local musicians.

There’s also the Adirondack Marathon weekend, and, in the days ahead, leaf peeping. Got an event to share? Tell us about it in our comments section.

What Floats Your Boat in Schroon?

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A flotilla of creative and colorfully decorated boats – featuring a VW themed hippie  “van” to a bubble “bath”– competed Saturday evening in the First Annual Labor Day Boat Parade, hosted by the Schroon Chamber of Commerce. More from the Chamber:

“Thanks to all our Boat Parade participants who put on a great show last evening. The Judges had such a hard time, we decided to award a First and Second Prize for both decorations and lights. So here are your First Annual Labor Day Weekend Boat Parade Winners - we can't wait for next year! Decorations: First Place - Scrub-A-Dub, Mike & Lauren Nevins & Crew. Second Place - Pirate Ship, Lance Miller & Cathie Mack & Crew. Decorations & Lights: First Place - Woodstock Hippies, Marci & John Robarge & Crew. Second Place - Pon-Tomb, Hunter & Michelle Hennessy & Crew.”.

 You can see more photos here.