News Blog Category: lake george
It's great work if you can get it! We're looking for qualified candidates to apply to work at the Lake George Village Information Center this summer. That's right. You could get paid to talk about this beautiful, unique region in the southern Adirondacks. We expect to open the Information Center on Father's Day...
Show your love for the region with a custom background on your next video conferencing call! We’ve put together a library of beautiful images to liven up your virtual meetings. (Below is our Marketing Director Amanda aboard the Inn at Erlowest's Miss Erlowest boat in our last staff meeting.) Bonus: This way...
Our sincere gratitude to King Neptune's Pub for sponsoring the August 22 pyrotechnics in the Thursday Night Summer Fireworks Series in Lake George. This is the second to last fireworks show in the series! These fireworks are launched from a barge in the lake around 9:30 p.m. on Thursdays in July...
The Mystery Spot is a mind-bending natural phenomenon and a must-do while you’re in Lake George! Located next to the Visitor Center we staff in Lake George, there is a raised circular platform in Blais Park on Beach Road. Metal rails come together in the middle of the concrete to form...
Thank you to Price Chopper/ Market 32 for sponsoring the July 18 show as part of the Thursday Night Summer Fireworks Series in Lake George. It's the time of year for graduations, backyard barbecues and summer parties, and you'll want to serve up a meal everyone will savor. Transform special moments...
This sweepstakes has ended. Here's your chance to win two Sunday General Admission tickets to the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival! The 5th Annual Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is back again this year with 40 percent more vendors than last year! The name says wine and food, but there is so much...
The 5th Annual Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is back again this year with 40 percent more vendors than last year! The name says wine and food, but there is so much to enjoy at this festival including craft beer, spirits, culinary demos and more. Plus part of the proceeds benefit Big...
When Linda Ouellette was going through chemotherapy in 2014, she found herself transported via her own photographs to a happier place — Lake George. By editing photos of her vacations to our area, she was able to distract her mind from what her body was fighting. She's a survivor of both Stage...
Whether you're fortunate enough to call this place home, visit on a regular basis or have only been here once, we want to read about and share your memories! This year in our Travel Guide, which you can read online, we launched a Story Board featuring two stories to kick off...
Just like each droplet of water that makes up 32-mile Lake George, there are so many unique stories that come together to create the lake’s lore. We want you to share what makes the Lake George region special to you.
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