Your Fun Week In Schroon Lake

The Open Jam Session at The Boathouse

How much fun is Summer? It’s as fun as you wanna make it, but with our handy dandy guide to what’s happening in Schroon this week, we can only help make it better for you. Got an event we don't know about? Share it with fellow Schroon Lakers in comments!

For the rest of Monday

The Open Acoustic Jam Session from 7pm - 10pm attracts some incredible talent from near and far. When we were last there we counted more than 10 guitars on stage, not to mention volalists, an Indian flute, a banjo, a fiddle and a dulcimer. Free at the Boat House.

Co-Ed basketball for kids at the Town Courts starting at 6 pm. Grades 7 - 12. (Also on Wednesdays)

Golf Lessons for Kids start tonight at the Town Course. 6 pm - 7.30pm. 36 Club House Drive. (518) 532-9359.



Tennis for kids sponsored by The Town of Schroon. Weekly tennis lessons on Tuesdays at 9 am and Thursdays at 5pm. Details at the Town Hall.

Wanna learn more about Schroon’s rich history? The first of two Narrated Boat Tours (the other runs Thursday) takes off from the Word Of Life dock at 11am. The tours are narrated by local Laura Donaldson, who knows more than she can fit into this 30 - 45 minute tour. Advance tickets are a must and are available at the Chamber of Commerce office on Main Street. 518-532-7675.

There's a great way for kids to learn about the history of the Adirondacks in this weekly summer tradition of Tall Tales at The Paradox House Gallery Retreat. Are the stories fact or fiction? You decide. Kids ages 4 to 10 hear tales about the characters who made the ADKs what they are today. 167 State Route 74, Severance. 518-351-5003

Wanna keep in shape over the summer? Zumba Queen Cathy Peace sweats off those extra calories you may have picked up, twice a week at her Zumba workout. Every Tuesday and Thursday mornings (8 am to 9 am) @ the Schroon Lake Central School gym, join Cathy for some zoomin’ Zumba. $5 per class.


Play it forward by donating blood today at  the World of Life Conference Center. At 1pm

Need a good Summer read? Check out the weekly Used Book Sale in the basement of the Hudson Headwater Medical Center. Sponsored by the Friends Of Schroon Lake Library. 10 am - 1 pm. And the library volunteers would love to take all of your old books off your hands and give them a second and third life.

Story Time for kids at the Public Library goes at 10.30 am. Guest readers each week bring children's stories to life.

The weekly summer Family Square Dance is a tradition that makes summer in Schroon so special. Grab your family and friends and head on down to the Town Park. The dances are called by Ed Lowman and Friends, and this week features Gail Griffith. The fun starts at 7pm. Free

Don Giovanni premieres tonight at the Seagle Music Colony and runs for four performances. This is the wonderful Mozart and Lorenzo Da Ponte collaboration set in Spain in the 1600s. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. This is a very popular production with tickets to Thursday’s show already sold out. Click here for ticket info for call 518-532-7875.


If you missed Tuesday's Narrated Boat Tour, do it today @ 11 am Tickets at the Chamber of Commerce 518-532-7675.

Art in The Patrk. All summer long, local artist Ann Gregson sets up shop in the Town Park with a weekly art project for kids, who almost have as much fun as the adults who attend do. Call 518-532-0275 for more information.

There’s more children’s theatre in town this week with “Faerie Tales with Lady Slipper". It’s at 1pm in the meeting room at the Town Hall. Call 518-532-7737 ext 13 for details. Sponsored by the Schroon Lake Library. Free.

The weekly Arts and Crafts Market, on the lawn of the Town Hall, continues to grow and attract new, local artisans. From hand-made jewelry, to soaps, to stone bowls, there is something for everybody. 10 am to 4 pm.

Trish Marki of The Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York will be at the Town Hall in Brant Lake at 6:30 pm with a presentation of owls and other rescued birds of prey.

The Summer Nights Big Concert series continues at the Jack Wyrtzen Center in Pottersville with Bebo Norman @7 pm.

Open Mic night at the loft at Witherbee's Carriage House is always packed. Mark Piper gets the crowd warmed up and runs this ever-popular show. Sign up at 6.00 pm with the music starting soon after.

SOLD OUT – Don Giovanni at 8pm. Seagle Music Colony For ticket info call  518-532-7875.


This week's Kids Craft Project at the library – is Dream Big Reach For The Stars Collage”. Pre-registration is required. 518-532-7737x13.

SPECIAL TIME Don Giovanni. Seagle Music Colony For ticket info call 518-532-7875 at 2PM For ticket info call  518-532-7875

The Family Fun Night and Rodeo at the WOL Ranch is not to be missed. Wanna know what to expect? Check out our recent review here. 7pm WOL Ranch, Route 9, Pottersville.

The ADK Shakes Production of Hamlet – Prince of Denmark premieres tonight at the Boat House at 7.30 pm. 

Live music tonight with crowd favorites Dreaded Wheat at 7pm at Witherbee's Carriage House.

Dance Party Schroon style. DJ Vinnie Vinyl spins the hits from 8 pm - midnight at the Timberwolf Pub.