It’s Teddy Roosevelt weekend in Newcomb: three packed days of activities. Get all of the information here.
At Schroon’s Strand get your Denzel fix: EQ2: Rated R. 2 hrs. 1 min.. Action, Crime, Thriller and EXPLOSIONS! Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8pm.
Karaoke is fine at 9 — at the Timberwolf!
Check out Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Maze. Explore our six-acre corn maze specially designed for Fort Ticonderoga. Getting lost in this life-size puzzle is part of the fun! Use your knowledge of Fort Ticonderoga's history to guide you through towering corn stalks. The maze is divided into two phases so you can customize your experience.
Open this weekend (September 15-16, 2018) from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. The Heroic Corn Maze is part of your Fort Ticonderoga general admission ticket! More details here.
It’s gonna be in the low 80s this grand late summer weekend: ideal for hiking, boating, swimming and getting chillaxing on. Will you spend it in a hammock, curled up in your favorite chair with a good book or do some gardening? There is no wrong answer.
Here are a few ideas. With the summer crowds back in the flatlands, the lake is mostly deserted. An ideal time to try a stand up paddle-board.or rent pontoon boat for an afternoon or morning cruise. You can rent them from the Schroon Lake Marina.
Bargains galore await shoppers at the Towne Store – with many items discounted 20 per cent or more!
The Friends of Schroon Lake Library Book store is open on Saturday from 10am – to 2pm in the basement of the Hudson Headwaters Health Building. On Sunday the FOSLL are holding a beer tasting fundraiser at Sticks and Stones.
Chestertown’s Famous Rum Runners Weekend begins tonight at The Hub around 5 pm. The motorcade travels to OP Fredericks (6PM?), Odd Duck (7PM?), Bullhouse (8?PM) and ending at the Panther Mt. Pub around 8:30pm with free Charleston Lessons to get you ready for Saturday nights competitions! $19.95 Restaurant specials throughout town all weekend! Get all of the details here.
The Depot Museum and Johnsburg Historical Society present the 3rd Annual History Days - September 14-16. The weekend is packed and there is something for everyone!
There will be a Graveyard Walk, old timey photo booth, platform talk at the depot, and so much more. On Sunday, come over to Tannery Pond at 2pm for Eileen Egan Mack's portrayal of Jeanne Robert Foster through song and verse - the accomplished poet and author was born in Johnsburg in 1879.