Looking for fun things to do this weekend? We’ve got you covered! From the opening of Fort Ticonderoga to music and art, there are great events for everyone in the Adirondacks.
Grab your friends and head to the Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery for the artist reception of their spring exhibit, “Celebrating Flora.” This exhibit showcases works of art with beautiful spring colors and flowers; you will be inspired to bring elements from the show into your own home. Meet the artists behind stunning works of art and celebrate the season with them this Friday.
Do you love where you live? Help to keep it beautiful by volunteering your time on I Love My Park Day in Warrensburg. This event will kick off the town’s spring cleanup by picking up debris and trash around the area and planting and raking out the perennial beds. In just a short amount of time, you can help the Town of Warrensburg be as beautiful as can be.
Enjoy an educational and fun family outing to Fort Ticonderoga for their Opening Day this Saturday. The Fort offers endless outdoor activities and has an innovative approach to storytelling through their guided tours and demonstrations. Make sure to explore the gardens, hike Mount Defiance, and check out their new exhibits while you’re there.
Celebrate the warmer weather at the Grounded 5K Run/Walk and Disc Golf Tournament in Saranac Lake this weekend. Enjoy live music, food, prizes, and activities like making pine cone mobiles, exploring trails, and finding a good book at the pop-up Little Library book exchange. There will also be an interactive, one-mile walk through the woods where you will learn about history and have the chance to win a prize.
The annual Champlain Area Trails Grand Hike is this Saturday, and you don’t want to miss out. Take an almost 14-mile walk through beautiful forests and fields. Following the hike, there will be an “après hike party” with live music, drinks, food, and outdoor games. If you can’t attend the hike, make sure to check out the after-party.
Support the local Queensbury Middle School choir as they join the North Country Singers in their Spring Concert at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek this Sunday. Listen to music by talented individuals of all ages as they celebrate 45 years of memories.