There are a variety of fun activities and events happening this weekend in the Adirondacks. Check out the details on them below and see what interests you.
Get ready for the Ausable River Two-Fly Challenge this weekend! On Thursday, kick off the celebration with beer, band, and bonfires at the Town Beach. Friday’s festivities consist of fishing at the West Branch of the Ausable River and a reception at Rudy’s Car Bar & Grille. The event finishes up on Saturday with more fishing and a banquet at Hungry Trout.
Put your fishing skills to the test at the Lamphear Memorial Fishing Derby this weekend in Raquette Lake. Catch the biggest fish you can this Friday and Saturday before weighing in at the Town Dock. May the biggest catch win!
Fort Ticonderoga presents its 27th Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War this weekend from Friday to Sunday. Speakers, historians, and participants from across North America and Europe will gather to learn more about subjects related to the Seven Years’ War. On Sunday, attendees will have the opportunity to embark on a fascinating special guided tour of the Carillon Battlefield with Director of Archaeology Margaret Staudter.
Head to Lake George for this free educational and scenic hike up Thomas Mountain. While on the hike, learn about the area’s watersheds, plants, and animals from a Naturalist while enjoying views of Lake George’s south and central basins.
Join Garnet Hill Lodge for Gem Radio Theater’s History Tea at the Log House Restaurant. Indulge in a delicious afternoon tea and light refreshments while enjoying stories of courage, mischief, and more from historical figures. Reservations for this event are required, and they go fast, so call today.
Celebrate World Day for Cultural Diversity with the Old Forge Community Chorus as they present Music of the People this Sunday. Hear different songs from around the world, like Sweden, Jamaica, Scotland, Israel, and more.