If you’re a fan of fall foliage, then now’s the time to visit the Adirondack Park. Peak foliage has arrived in most of the Adirondacks, so come visit and then stick around for one of the many great festivals and events going on in and around the region.
Old Forge’s multi-arts center View will host the 2016 Old Forge Brewfest from 12:00PM-5:00PM at the North Street Pavilion. Admission for non-members will be $40, and attendees will receive a souvenir sampling glass.
Sample beers from across the country and talk to beer experts at the 5th annual Lake Placid Brewfest. The event will take place at the Lake Placid Olympic Center’s 1932 rink this Saturday. VIP admission will include 5 hours of sampling, and general admission will include 4 hours of sampling.
Take part in the Running Colors 3-mile race in Old Forge and get blasted with powdered colors along the way! The race will begin at 11:00AM, and check-in will run from 9:00AM-10:45AM on race day.
Visit Kate Mountain Park from 11:00AM-3:00PM this Saturday for the 3rd annual Pumpkin Heaves Festival. Events will include a pumpkin carving contest, pumpkin painting, pumpkin tossing, and more!
Spend this coming Saturday in Keeseville at the 2nd annual Autumn Festival! Events and activities will take place in Downtown Keeseville, including food contests, a car show, and wagon rides.
Over in Saratoga Springs at the Saratoga Arts Center, regional folk legend Dan Berggren will play a benefit concert with Alex Smith this Friday. Tickets for the concert are $18 in advance and $20 at the door, but seating is limited.
This Sunday, you can learn to make soap with Chrissey Eberhardt at the Adirondack Folk School. Soap making is one of the school’s most popular classes, and general tuition for the class is $55.
Celebrate Halloween Early
Get ready for a fun night full of spooky entertainment at the Zombie Dance Party in Morrisonville. Located at the Center for Wellbeing Gymnasium, the free dance party will be for kids only (6th grade-9th grade).
Halloween is still a few weeks away, but you can prepare for the holiday by carving your jack-o’-lantern! Stop by a local farm, go pumpkin picking, and then plan out your pumpkin carving design.