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Shop Small to make a Big Impact

Shop Small to make a Big Impact

11/27/2019

Buying local is a gift to the community. By shopping small, you can make a big impact on the regional economy. For every $1 spent at a small business, 67 cents stays in the community, according to an American Express-commissioned 2018 Business Economic Impact Study. That statistic is based on businesses with less......

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Thanksgiving Getaway

Thanksgiving Getaway

11/27/2019

By Parker Hamblin Thanksgiving is coming up and we’re reflecting on the amazing lodging and culinary talent in our area. Why not give the pots and pans (and yourself) a break this year and getaway to the Lake George region to dine at one of these hotels with your family on Thanksgiving. On......

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Register for the Adirondack Region Food & Farms Business Expo

Register for the Adirondack Region Food & Farms Business Expo

11/26/2019

Only a few vendor spots left! Vendors, claim your table at the Adirondack Region Food and Farms Business Expo before it sells out! Vendor registration starts at just $25. Buyers, this show is FREE for you to attend! There are also two FREE marketing workshops.  Click here to learn more! ...

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New Holiday Stage Part of Salvation Army Initiative

New Holiday Stage Part of Salvation Army Initiative

11/25/2019

This year The Salvation Army serving Warren, Washington and Northern Saratoga counties is inviting you to come celebrate with us the 129 year of the historic Red Kettle Holiday Campaign.  The Salvation Army the Aviation Mall part of the Pyramid Management Group has partnered with the local Salvation Army to create......

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Live Music, Parade, Craft Beverages and more!

Live Music, Parade, Craft Beverages and more!

11/21/2019

By Parker Hamblin Looking for something fun to do this weekend? We have a few ideas. Craft Beverage Pairing Dinner In October Chef Michael at The View Restaurant at Dunham’s Bay began a monthly series of pairing dinners featuring members of the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail. This month’s dinner will pair deliciosuly crafted dishes......

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Hockey and the arts provide a full schedule this weekend

Hockey and the arts provide a full schedule this weekend

11/13/2019

By Parker Hamblin As the temperature outside drops this November, there are plenty of events going on this weekend to keep you cozy and warm! The Hyde Collection The Hyde Collection is offering several different events this weekend making a fun-filled weekend for the whole family. Kicking off the weekend on Friday, November 15th,......

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Salute Veterans during these events this weekend

Salute Veterans during these events this weekend

11/6/2019

From live music to a musket salute — events abound this weekend as we take time to remember and salute veterans. Veterans Day marks the armistice (hence the original name of the holiday —Armistice Day) signed in France by the World War I Allies and Germany on November 11, 1918. The agreement......

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Adirondack Winery Raises Funds for Making Strides

Adirondack Winery Raises Funds for Making Strides

11/5/2019

Cheers to Adirondack Winery for raising more than $10,000 for American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of the Adirondacks. Every year Adirondack Winery raises funds for this organization during its Drink Pink campaign in October. Read the press release below to learn more. For Immediate Release: Adirondack Winery is thrilled to announce......

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Adirondack Pub & Brewery Raises Funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Adirondack Pub & Brewery Raises Funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters

11/4/2019

Oktoberfest in Lake George is about more than polka music, beer and German fare.  Every year Adirondack Pub & Brewery, which plans two Oktoberfest celebrations annually, raises funds for charity. Join us in raising a glass to their fundraising efforts! Check out the press release below for more information on how they raised......

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Catapulting into November

Catapulting into November

10/31/2019

The leaves might be past peak but our late fall/winter events season is just beginning! We should note the trees are not all bare and brown yet either. While the foliage isn’t the best it has been this year, you can still see a colorful carpet of fall hues on the......

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