Lake George This Week, July 31 to Aug. 6, 2017

Lake George This Week, July 31 to Aug. 6, 2017Lake George This Week, July 31 to Aug. 6, 2017

Beautiful weather – great FREE events and concerts – awesome food specials – we have it all – Read on…
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Great Events in Nearby Shepard Park!

Shepard Park AmpitheaterAll Shepard Park Events are Free!  Take a left out of the Georgian Parking Lot and walk just 5 minutes to the Park.  Great Family Entertainment Sun, Mon & Tuesday – all 7PM and FREE!  Video Preview of The Wednesday 7PM Summer Concert Series Incendio see below.  Awesome World Class Music – don’t miss it!

 

Incendio - Summer Concert Series, Wed. 7PM - Video Preview CLICK HERE!
Incendio’s music ranges from classical, to jazz, to rock, to flamenco, to Celtic, to even bluegrass. It is no surprise that this blend of influences has led to a sound that is a truly unique.

Save The Lake Festival Fri 8/4, Sat 8/5 & Sun 8/6 CLICK HERE!

Save the Lake Festival!
Lake George This Week, July 31 to Aug. 6, 2017Lake George’s fifth annual S.A.V.E. the Lake Festival will feature a great lineup of bands in Shepard Park from August 4-6.

Friday lineup:
6 p.m. Sirsy 7:30 p.m. Grand Central Station

Saturday lineup:
12:30 p.m. Adirondack Jazz Project 2:30 p.m. Dashboard Anthem 5 p.m. Funk Evolution 7:30 p.m. Chicago Total Access

Sunday lineup:
12:30 p.m. Stony Creek Band   2:30 p.m Refrigerators

There will also be a petting zoo and pony rides. No coolers will be allowed. Proceeds from this festival, sponsored by volunteers of S.A.V.E., are donated annually to the mandatory boat inspection program by the the Lake George Park Commission and equipment to reduce the use of toxic road salt within the watershed. Donations of $10 are suggested. Receive a souvenir t-shirt when you donate $10. Call 518-668-5771 for more information.

Saratoga Race Track

Saratoga Race Track Info, July 21-Sept 4, 2017 - click to open/close
Lake George This Week, July 31 to Aug. 6, 2017 SARATOGA RACE TRACK INFO
When: 40 days, July 21 through Sept. 4. No racing on Tuesdays. Post Time: 1 p.m. On Travers Day, first race post is 11:45 a.m. Admission: Grandstand admission is $5. Clubhouse admission is $8. Children 12 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Gates open at 11 a.m. weekdays and 10:30 a.m. weekends.
Top stakes: $1.25M Travers (Aug. 26), $1.25M Whitney (Aug. 5), $600,000 Alabama (Aug. 19).  Giveaways: BASEBALL CAP: Sunday, July 23, T-SHIRT: Monday, August 7, COOLER BAG: Monday, August 21, CLOCK: Sunday, September 3.

More Info Saratoga Race Track CLICK HERE!

At The Georgian This Week!

Giovanna's On The Lake The Georgian Lakeside Resort, Lake George, NYEat Drink and Be Merry!  At Giovanna’s On The Lake – we are open for Breakfast Daily 7:30AM-11AM.  Dinner Service is 5-9PM Daily.  Ask about Nightly Specials and Early Bird5-6PM (seated by 6PM), Early Bird is a selected Entrees and Salad $16.95!  Our Cabana Bar opens at 11AM with lunch on the Patio  Now 2 Happy Hours: 12Noon-1PM and 4-6PM! Buy One Get One – Well Drinks and Wine!  1/2 Price Select Appetizers (4-6PM only), $1 Draft Specials, 1/2 price Buckets!  Also On The Georgian Patio enjoy Live Music, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, all 5:00 – 9:00PM

Dinner Menu 2017 CLICK HERE!    Breakfast Menu 2017 CLICK HERE!
Cabana Bar Lunch Menu 2017 CLICK HERE!

More Awesome Lake George Area Events and Attractions!  Click a Tab open/close

Take a Bite Glens Falls - Music & Food, Wed. 5-7PM CLICK HERE
Lake George This Week, June 26 - July 2, 2017Take A Bite is a popular, family-friendly event in Glens Falls, running eight weeks from June 28 to August 16, 2017, on Wednesday evenings. Restaurants offer “small plates” priced at $5 and under, while guests stroll through downtown enjoying live entertainment and music.  Take a Bite Website CLICK HERE!
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 Wednesday 8/2 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!

TWO WARS. FIVE BATTLES. ONE FORT.
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.

Fort Ticonderoga Website CLICK HERE! Directions to Fort Ticonderoga CLICK HERE!

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

Listen to the Podcast – Outdoor Conditions in The Adirondacks – courtesy of North Country Public Radio and The Adirondack Almanack

Strong SunThis is the most intense Sun of the Year – Cover-up or use Sunscreen – Great Review of Sunscreens here.

 

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