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What's New In the Adirondacks

Enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal with your family and friends, then check out these five events happening throughout the Adirondacks!

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
Stony Creek's 1000 Acres Ranch now has a new owner after being auctioned off last week, and the successful bidder has big plans for the property.

Last summer, the Department of Environmental Conservation closed a worn out bridge on the Perkins Clearing Easement Tract to motor vehicle traffic, but a replacement project was recently completed, and the bridge is once again open!

Could you use some extra cash next month? The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce will be giving away $500 every Friday in December, and there's still tickets available!

As part of its charitable efforts, The Lotus Group of Companies has invited students from local districts to participate in an Interscholastic Spelling Bee!

Most of us are familiar with that dreaded moment when our dentist tells us we need to get a crown or a bridge to cover a damaged tooth or fill a gap. We know how long it takes to get the prosthesis put in place and how frustrating it can be if it doesn't fit quite right or doesn't match the color of our other teeth.

Fortunately for those with crowns and bridges in their futures, Dr. J. Brett Ryan - The North Country Dentist - uses new technology to take time and irritation out of the process!

Looking for weekend plans? Check out these five events happening throughout the Adirondacks!

Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center, photo provided
Lake Placid's Whiteface Lodge is taking the stress out of the Thanksgiving meal this year by offering guests two different options that could become your family's newest holiday tradition.

Photo provided
For the 6th year, the Saturday after Thanksgiving (and the day after the infamous Black Friday) will be dedicated to small businesses across the country as consumers are encouraged to "shop small" and support local ventures

Once again this year, the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce is going above and beyond for "Small Business Saturday" and has compiled an extensive list of businesses offering specials and promotions!

Photo provided by TACC
This winter, North Warren Central School District will become the place to go for anyone who wants to do research on the Adirondacks, thanks to a generous contribution by a Chestertown native.