Queensbury Hotel Hires New Executive Chef
Posted: 8/18/2020 - 3-Minute Read
The Queensbury Hotel and Spruce Hospitality Group has announced the addition of Adam Savage, CEC to their culinary team as Director of Culinary. Adam Savage has an extensive resume that includes experience.
Mountainside Library featured in #FlashbackFriday series
Posted: 8/10/2020 - 1-minute Read
In the second week of our #FlashbackFriday social media series — a collaboration with the Lake George Mirror — we highlighted the story of Mountainside Library.
Pay by Phone Parking now Available in Lake George!
Posted: 8/4/2020 - 3-Minute Read
Motorists can now use their mobile devices to pay for parking in Lake George. A new partnership between the Village of Lake George and ParkMobile provides a touchless parking solution through an app that is available on both iPhone and Androids.
Lake George Mirror and Chamber collaborate on new #FlashbackFriday Series
Posted: 7/31/2020 - 2-minute Read
We’re thrilled to collaborate with the Lake George Mirror to bring you a weekly #FlashbackFriday series on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram channels, in which we highlight an article about the area’s history in the current edition of the Mirror!
Planning A Family Vacation With An Autistic Child
Posted: 7/30/2020 - 3-Minute Read
To make a vacation comfortable and stress-free for everyone, certain accommodations can be planned ahead of time for children on the autism spectrum. Make minor changes to the way you plan to ensure everyone has a great time!
Hot Spots for Pups to Cool Down During the Dog Days of Summer
Posted: 7/24/2020 - 3-minute read
Here are a few ideas for where to take your water-loving pup this summer.
Beaches, Shopping and More Top Tourist Favorites, According to Survey Findings
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. — Businesses in the Lake George area may be heading into their busiest months of 2020 yet, with almost 62 percent of nearly 6,000 customers surveyed planning to visit in August or the fall. The survey results came in as the region continues to experience an unexpectedly...
Lake George Accolades and a Health and Safety Update
We're heading into the weekend with some feel-good news on this Friday. First, we've been feeling fortunate that the Lake George Area continues to top many high-profile lists featuring some of the most beautiful places on the planet. It comes as no surprise to us, but we're a bit biased. With these...
Summer Activities Reopen at Gore Mountain
As our region continues to reopen responsibly, we're thrilled to add another attraction to our list of fresh-air activities you can enjoy while maintaining social distancing and staying safe. Our Chamber member Gore Mountain will begin welcoming people back on Thursday, July 16, 2020, for summer fun. They will be open Thursday...
Author finds healing in Lake George after serious car accident
The following is a guest post written by author Suzanne La Voie of New Jersey (pictured above), whose book "Knight Shift" takes place in Lake George. Ms. La Voie was a featured author at Caldwell Lake George Library when her novella debuted. As an author and avid reader, I am more...
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