Sunday: So Much To Do, So Little Time

Have you recovered from yesterday's Opening Weekend activities? There's so much more to do today. Start off by geting a belly full of delicious Cub Scout pancakes at the Fish and Game Club.

Starting at 9 am there's the continuation of the Lions Club garage sale, and later the release of the Schroon Lake Central School's Trout Project, a rock climbing wall and the opportunity to meet a hawk face to face. It's also the official opening of Art in the Attic at the Towne Store.

The Guide

Sunday, May 27

Cub Scout Pancake Breakfast at the SL Fish & Game Club
7:00 am to 12 noon. $6 adults, $4 children 12 and under

Lions Club Garage Sale And Auction
9 am - 12 noon
At the Boathouse followed by the Annual Auction at 12 noon.

Schroon Lake Central School Trout Project
Trout Release 11:00 am
Ms. Barker, Mr. Riddle and the students from the Trout Project will be releasing the fish on Sunday morning. Check out the Trout Project display at the Expo on Saturday and watch the trout release on Sunday. At the town dock.

Owl, Falcon and Hawk Demonstration and Educational Session with Wendy from Adirondack Wildlife Refuge & Rehab Center 11:30 am at the Park. Come see these amazing birds up close and learn about them from wildlife expert Wendy Hall. Q&A session to follow demonstration. Free to everyone.

IScream Rock Climbing Wall


12 noon - 6 pm in the Park

Season Opener! Art in the Attic at the Towne Store. Come see the fine works of local, regional and national artists. Also new at the store this year is the Bargain Basement -- the hiking and camping supplies have been moved upstairs allowing for a huge sales area downstairs.