It’s been a great winter season in the Adirondacks, and although spring is just a few weeks away, there are still plenty of ways to have fun this time of year. From awesome festivals to indoor entertainment, fill your weekend with some of these upcoming Adirondack events!
Prepare For the Festivities
Winter carnival season is winding down, but it’s not over yet in the Adirondacks. Bring the kids to Ticonderoga at the northern end of Lake George for all kinds of activities at the Ticonderoga Armory and local recreational areas. The schedule includes broom ball, snowshoeing, carnival games, a bouncy house, pirate show, ice skating, and much more.
Discover Great Food & Drinks
If you’re planning to be at Whiteface this weekend, then be sure to check out the Ingrid Ormsby Memorial BBQ for some tasty food! Held at the NYSEF Building at Whiteface Mountain, this fundraiser BBQ will only cost $10 per person.
This Saturday, High Peaks Resort will host Snommegang Lake Placid, a celebration of America’s best breweries and their medal worthy beers. Stop by for their hors d’oeuvres stations, delicious beers, and a beautiful winter landscape. Admission is $50 per person.
Explore the Great Outdoors
Join Dewey Mountain in Saranac Lake for their celebration of ski and snowshoe fun! The schedule of events for the day includes a paintball biathlon, a tandem ski challenge, lunch, and more.
Love snowshoeing? If so, then take on Garnet Hill Lodge’s Snowshoe 10K race this Saturday from 10:00am-12:00pm. After the races, enjoy some great food and drinks inside the lodge. This race is part of the DION WMAC Snowshoe Series.
Enjoy Indoor Entertainment & Activities
Take a trip to The Wild Center in Tupper Lake for a fun and educational weekend! Explore the nature trails, visit the museum’s river otters, and check out the cool exhibits. Family Weekends are free for members; there is an admission fee for non-members.
Long Lake Town Hall will host an exciting Simon and Garfunkel/James Taylor Tribute Concert this Saturday at 7:30pm! The concert will feature the band “Good Acoustics,” a trio of talented musicians. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids.
Learn about the life and Adirondack adventures of French Louie, famed trapper, guide, and hermit. During the Cabin Fever Sunday lecture at the Adirondack Experience, Peter Hemmerich will discuss French Louie’s life, quirks, and skills.