Are you in need of weekend plans? Look no further! Our roundup has lots of sporting events, festivals, performances, workshops, and more for you to choose from.
Photo provided by Gore Mountain
These events are fun for participants and spectators alike!
On-site registration is available for this race that gives young athletes the opportunity to feel the excitement of “competition” without the pressure of a competitive race.
Beginner and intermediate riders ages 10 and up will enjoy the thrills and excitement of biking down Gore Mountain, through wooded trails, and over rocks, logs, and stream beds.
If you aren’t registered, you’ll still love watching this challenging race that features a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike, and a 26.2-mile run.
Step back in time at these events!
From the American Revolution, to the Civil War, to modern commemoration, learn about the practical purpose of fifes and drums.
Journey through the fascinating past of the Lake Luzerne-Hadley region of the Southern Adirondacks, as three local historians take on the personas of their forbearers.
This year’s show will feature over 50 dealers with an array of antique and vintage furniture, camp decor, oriental rugs, jewelry, hotel china, books, fine art, and more.
Gather together and enjoy these events!
You’ll find something for everyone at the Jamboree, including carnival rides, entertainment, fireworks, great food, live music, and more!
Adirondack Shakespeare – Friday, July 24 & Saturday, July 25
On Friday, ADK Shakespeare will present As You Like It at Amazing Grace Vineyard & Winery in Chazy, and on Saturday the company will perform Romeo & Juliet at Scaroon Manor Amphitheater in Pottersville.
This annual festival includes a variety of food options, sidewalk sales, street vendors, arts and crafts, music, kids activities, vintage cars, and more!
The 3rd annual car show is hosted by the Inlet Historical Society and features free admission, prizes, raffles, and food.
DIY Crafts & Workshops
Learn a new skill and leave these events with handmade items!
Make your own traditional cherry paddle in this day-long workshop. Local craftsman Caleb Davis will teach participants how to use hand tools to make their paddles.
Create your own rustic bird feeder, and then mix up some homemade bird food to fill it up with.
This is a great first class for beginner quilters. Learn an art form that can bring a lifetime of artistry and creative expression in fiber.
Discover the beauty and surprise of eco printing using flowers and leaves to make beautiful marks and color on fabrics and paper.
Have a great weekend, and remember to share photos of your fun with us on Facebook!