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Health & Safety Pledge Program and Partnership Provides Free Reusable Masks

Health & Safety Pledge Program and Partnership Provides Free Reusable Masks

Posted: 9/21/2020 - 3-Minute Read

The Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau has partnered with the Lake George Outlets and local promotional product company nePROMO of South Glens Falls to produce complimentary reusable face masks.

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Silver Bay YMCA Offers respite to essential COVID-19 workers

Silver Bay YMCA Offers respite to essential COVID-19 workers

Posted: 9/16/2020 - 3-Minute Read

The Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center has expanded its Vacations Made Possible program to offer rest and renewal at no cost to essential workers who served at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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16 Restaurants participating in Restaurant Appreciation Weeks

16 Restaurants participating in Restaurant Appreciation Weeks

Posted: 9/14/2020 - 3-Minute Read

New 2020 format spans two weeks in September, includes photo contest.

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Looking back on half a century of restaurant reviews

Looking back on half a century of restaurant reviews

Posted: 9/4/2020 - 2-min read

In the sixth installment of our #FlashbackFriday series collaboration with the weekly newspaper, the Lake George Mirror, we are going back 48 years to when Lake George Village Mayor Bob Blais began his long tenure as a restaurant reviewer.

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Gore Mountain Season Passes on Sale

Gore Mountain Season Passes on Sale

Posted: 8/31/2020 - 2-minute Read

It’s been a busy summer at Gore Mountain! In addition to being open for scenic skyrides, hiking, biking and disc golf, they’ve also been making improvements for the upcoming ski season.

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Looking back on Diane Struble, the first person to swim the length of Lake George

Looking back on Diane Struble, the first person to swim the length of Lake George

Posted: 8/28/2020

We're back with the fifth installment of our #FlashbackFriday Series collaboration with the weekly newspaper, the Lake George Mirror! 📰 This week we're flashing back to the 1950s with the story of Diane Struble, the first person on record to swim the length of 32-mile Lake George.  From the Lake George Mirror: "It’s been more than...

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Shop LARAC Arts Fest Online!

Shop LARAC Arts Fest Online!

Posted: 8/28/2020

The annual (LARAC) Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council Festival in June at City Park in downtown Glens Falls is an annual tradition that draws the most amazing artisans to the area for a weekend of shopping and discovery. This year, due to COVID-19 and the efforts to stop the spread, the...

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Tracing the Ticonderoga Pencil

Tracing the Ticonderoga Pencil's roots around Lake George

Posted: 8/21/2020 - 1-minute Read

This week we're highlighting a fascinating story by freelance journalist Maury D. Thompson about a famous pencil maker that once mined graphite in northern Warren County. The area was once home to a hamlet named Graphite.

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Anglers Head to Lake George for Kayak Bass Fishing Tournament

Anglers Head to Lake George for Kayak Bass Fishing Tournament

Posted: 8/20/2020 - 3-Minute Read

The Lake George Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau is thrilled to welcome these anglers for a tournament that is reimagined in a creative way to ensure competitors maintain social distancing standards and stay safe.

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Historic Photos Show American Canoe Association

Historic Photos Show American Canoe Association's First Encampment on Lake Geogrge

Posted: 8/19/2020 - 1-minute Read

The Lake George Mirror provided us with some beautiful historic illustrations, and fascinating photographs by Seneca Ray Stoddard, the American Canoe Association official photographer who wore many hats including naturalist, writer, and cartographer.

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