Lake George This Week Aug 19-26, 2019

Lake George This Week Aug 19-26, 2019

It’s another summer week in Lake George – great warm sunny weather – a ton of free events, concerts and activities – and all the info to make your stay memorable and enjoyable!  Scroll down for weather, events, dinner specials, and more!

Weather

Here’s the weather for the week – scroll down for the current weather or visit our Weather Page for more complete forecasts, radars and maps.
Weather Synopsis:  (updated Fri. 8/23) Cooler and less humid conditions are expected for today into Saturday as high pressure builds into the region. A weak upper level disturbance could bring a passing shower to portions of the region Sunday, mainly across higher elevations, otherwise fair
conditions are expected.

Listen to Outdoor Conditions Podcast from Adirondack Almanack – Click Below…

At The Georgian This Week!

OP’s Lakeside is our new Food and Beverage Vendor!  Giovanna’s On The Lake is open for the season –  Breakfast.

Breakfast is available from 7:30AM-10:30AM – Daily

Warm and Summer-like weather is in store – enjoy it with lunch and drinks on the Patio at The Cabana Bar, 11AM-7PM, ’till 9PM Thu/Fri/Sat.  Click the Dinner Specials for a larger view.

Entertainment On The Georgian Patio!
Settle in For Drinks, Food Service and Entertainment on our Patio!  On the Georgian Patio – Enjoy Live Music Thur/Fri/Sat  5:30-9:30 PM, with Fireworks Thursday at 9:30 PM

Shepard Park This Week!

Shepard Park Ampitheater

Shepard Park is Lake George’s premier outdoor music and events venue and it’s a short 5 minute walk from the Georgian!  This week has a stellar line up – Magical Music Mondays (great family show, 7PM), Tuesday, 7PM enjoy Bobby Dick and Suzie Q – great show, Wednesday is a fantastic concert put on by The Lake George Arts Project, Summer Concert Series – Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound- great music! click the tab below for a preview video – Wed. 7PM.  Thursday – FIREWORKS at 9:30, watch from the Georgian Patio with Live Music!  More music on Friday – 6-9:30PM – Fridays at the Lake!

Summer Concert, Wed 8/21, 7p Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound! Video, CLICK HERE!
Paul Cebar, Tomorrow Sound Benefiting from years of unassuming and understated hipness, this Milwaukee based band brings forth a funky, lyrically charged racket that sits comfortably with soulful sounds the world over. Intricate but free-swinging, explosive yet intimate, fresh and green as grass. Taking cues from the dance bands of western Louisiana (and his native Midwest), the streets of New Orleans, touring African and Caribbean combos and the soul, funk & blues of his youth, Cebar is a masterful synthesist of rhythmic culture.

Fridays At The Lake, Fri, 8/23, 6p Soul Session Video, CLICK HERE!

Lake George Music Festival!

Every August, emerging young professionals and celebrated artists from around the world retreat to Lake George, NY for the Lake George Music Festival. For two weeks, our roster presents traditional and experimental concerts, open rehearsals, public receptions, and informational talks—all held at an inviting and ever evolving range of venues throughout the community—from church to outdoor amphitheater, from art gallery to auditorium, from hotel rooftop to steamboat on the lake.

Lake George Music Festival Video and Schedule, CLICK HERE!

More Lake George Area Events and Attractions!

Click a Tab open/close

Washington County Fair - Thru Sunday! Best Fair Anywhere! CLICK HERE!

The fair brings together the best of everything, entertainment, 4-H Displays, food, music, great rides and more animals than anywhere else. We truly have something for everyone.

We are located an hour north of Albany, New York along the Vermont border and just south of the Adirondacks on State Route 29 between Greenwich and Schuylerville/Old Saratoga
New York.

Come and enjoy the experience of Washington County, its people, its rural character and its great agricultural traditions. For over a century the Washington County Fair has been an important part of our community, our youth, and our future. It has been changing along with our world; remembering the old and offering the new.

Website  |  Directions

The Floating Classroom - Wednesdays, Great For Kids! CLICK HERE

The Floating Classroom Great for Adults and Kids – from The Lake George Association – learn about Lake George ecology, geologic history, animals, lake protection efforts and more. This week the Classroom floats on Wednesdays from the Village Dock in Shepard Park. 10AM-12Noon or 1:00 – 3:00PM. Reservations required Info call 518-668-3558 or you can make reservations online at their website

Lake George Association Website – CLICK HERE!
Take A Drive! Fort Ticonderoga! Daily Events! Awesome! CLICK HERE!

Lake George This Week, Aug 5 – Aug 12, 2018TWO WARS. FIVE BATTLES. ONE FORT!
Well worth the 45 minute drive!  The heroic corn maze opens for the season on Saturday Aug 10th – kids love it!  Every year at Fort Ticonderoga is a new story!

Relive the defining moments in America’s history when nations fought to control a continent. Located within the shadow of the Adirondack Mountains and overlooking Vermont’s picturesque Green Mountains, Fort Ticonderoga guards the historic portage between Lake Champlain and Lake George. The French and their native allies failed to conquer this region during the French & Indian War. And a generation later, the British failed during the Revolutionary War. In the end, Americans controlled Lake Champlain, and therefore controlled the continent.

Each day in July and August, the Fife and Drum Corps play songs containing important information, known as “duty tunes.” From reveille in the morning to tattoo at night, or sounding of the alarm and calling to arms, the Fifes and Drums regulate days at the fort today.  Also – don’t miss the Kings Garden tour and the Corn Maze – open now through the Fall season!

Fort Ticonderoga Website CLICK HERE! Directions to Fort Ticonderoga CLICK HERE!
Saratoga Race Track Info, July 11-Sept 2 - click to open/close
Saratoga Racetrack, Lake George Summer Vacation Guide

SARATOGA RACE TRACK 2019

When: 40 days, July 11 through Sept. 2, 2019. No racing on Monday & Tuesdays. Post Time: 1 p.m. On Travers Day, first race post is 11:45 a.m.
Admission: Single day admission tickets are sold at the gate upon entry into the track or can be purchased in advance on Ticketmaster.
Grandstand Admission: $5 in advance, $7 at the gate (Children 12 and under are free with adult). Clubhouse Admission: $8 in advance, $10 at the gate.  Travers Day Admission: $10 Grandstand; $25 Clubhouse.
Top stakes: 40 days of world-class thoroughbred racing at Saratoga Race Course, Sat, August 3 – The $1.25 Million Whitney.  Sat, August 17 – Alabama Day.  Saturday, August 24 – The $1.25 Million Travers.
2019 Premium Giveaway Schedule:  1. Sunday, July 14 – Saratoga Picnic Cooler 2. Wednesday, August 7 – Saratoga Baseball Cap  3. Wednesday, August 21 – Saratoga Beach Towel  4. Sunday, September 1 – Saratoga Zip-Up Hoodie Sweatshirt.  BONUS: Thursday, July 11 – Saratoga Cooling Towel More Info NYRA Website, CLICK HERE

Painted Pony Rodeo - Wed/Fri/Sat - Great Fun! Info, Video CLICK HERE
Painted Pony Rodeo – Wed, Fri, and Sat.  Rodeo begins at 8PM.  Come for the BBQ at 6PM.  Cheer on these professional cowboys from throughout the country as they compete for nightly cash prizes and a chance at the year-end trophy buckle. As the dust begins to settle in the rodeo arena, follow the sounds of the hottest country music as it flows out between the swinging doors of the Longhorn Saloon. Here you can kick up your heels all night long, or belly-up to the bar and enjoy a drink and discover just how wild the west can be. We’re open till the wee hours of the morning.
Painted Pony Rodeo Website CLICK HERE!Wed, Fri, Sat thru Labor Day Weekend 8PM
Rail Bike Tours and Gore Mt. Sky Rides, North Creek, NY CLICK HERE!

Revolution Rail – Rail Bike Tours

What is Railbiking?
Railbiking with Revolution Rail Co. is a fun excursion activity that allows riders to ride the railroad tracks under their own power and explore a section of the Adirondacks that has never seen passenger traffic. Once railbikers check in at the historic North Creek Railroad Station, they’ll take a short shuttle ride 5 miles north of town to the tour launch point. After a short safety briefing, the tour guides will lead the railbikers further north on a 6 mile round trip cruise.

Revolution Rail Co.  3 Railroad Place, North Creek, NY 12853  |  518-251-2345  |  Website

Gore Mountain – Sky Rides!

Gore Mt. Summer Attraction The Georgian Lakeside ResortOpen Thursday – Sunday, 10am-4pm
Gore Mt. (30 min. drive from Lake George) Summer/Fall Activities:  Our scenic skyrides are a great way to spend a half hour at Gore, or the entire day. Enjoy stunning views of the High Peaks and Southern Adirondacks, and take the opportunity to hike and picnic. Be sure to check out our self-guided interpretive hikes, one in the Base Area and one at the top of Bear Mountain where the gondola unloads. Excellent photo opportunities- have fun!

Don’t miss a chance to walk our labyrinth, located where the Alpine Sky Loop interpretive trail intersects Fairview! Labyrinths are ancient patterns over 4,000 years old, and walking them has been known to help quiet the mind and offer relaxation, balance, and well-being.  Much more summer activities info including hiking, adventure attractions, downhill mt. biking and more – Call 518-251-2411 or visit the Gore Mt. Website.

Gondola Skyride Tickets:
Adults & Teens (ages 13-69): $22 | Juniors & Super Seniors (ages 7-12 & 70+): $12  |  6 & Under: Free

Find More Activities and Attractions select a page below…

Adventure Page – Raft, Tube, Zip-Lines Hike/Bike/Nature Page Activities On Lake George Activities in LG Village In The Area Golf
Weather For Lake George Click Here