Adirondack Events and Activities for October 16-18, 2015

Watch catapults and trebuchets on Sat 10 am - 3 pm
at Pumpkin Heaves and Autumn Leaves Festival, Vermontville
Fun Adirondack (ADK) Events for everyone: kids, parents, families, pet-owners singletons, handicap-accessible or retired.

October 16-18, 2015:  Highlights: Vermontville Pumpkin Heaves and Autumn Leaves Fest,  Saranac Lake Fire Station Open House, Lake Placid Library SaturPLAYday, Candy Harvest Babbie Farm, Soul Fest Babbie Farm, Opening of Plattsburgh's Max Moore Memorial Treehouse, Adirondack History Museum FREE Conservation Day, Northstar Chasm Rim 5K,  Westport's DaCy CATS trail and Harvest Lunch, Rulf's Orchard Flashlight Nights, Old Forge Color Run, Old Forge Brewfest, Blue Mountain Lake Harvest Dinner,Inlet Primitive Rendezvous Visitors DayEnjoy!

Previous Events

Have a great weekend from the Adirondack (ADK) Park! There are a variety of activities and events happening around the Adirondack (ADK) region this weekend that are great family fun, not just for kids!

Calendar of Weekend Events, October 16-18, 2015


Adirondack High Peaks/Lake Placid/Saranac Lake EventsWhat to do in Tupper Lake, Lake Placid, Malone, Paul Smiths, Bloomingdale, Gabriels, Vermontville, Town of Saranac, Wilmington, Jay, Upper Jay, Keene, Keene Valley, Malone, New York (NY)

Old Forge/Inlet/Long Lake (Central Adirondack Events) Hamilton County, NY– including What to do with kids, family in Cranberry Lake, Newcomb, Thendara, Raquette Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Long Lake, Old Forge, Northville,North Creek, Caroga Lake, Star Lake, Speculator, Croghan, Indian Lake and Inlet New York (NY)

Lake George/ Southern Adirondack Events– What to do in Schroon Lake, Whitehall and Lake George, Caroga Lake, Mayfield, Lake Luzerne, Bolton Landing, Gloversville, Thurman, Warrensburg, Hague New York (NY)

Champlain Valley, Adirondack Events– What to do in Ausable Forks, Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Westport, Port Henry, Elizabethtown and Keeseville, Wadams, Essex and Plattsburgh New York (NY)

Lake Placid/Saranac Lake/High Peaks (Tri-Lakes) Events

Friday - October 16, 2015
*Lake Placid to Saranac Lake: Fall Foliage on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad through Oct 12 (Halloween Train on Oct 24-25)
Dawn - Dusk Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for walking and mountain biking (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Hike or mountain bike the trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn - dusk: Henry's Woods, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Heaven Hill Orchard Loop, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn to Dusk: Paul Smith's VIC trails are free except during ski season. Call 327-6241Starting Oct 12 the building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
33 easy hikes 19 swimming holes, 4-season
acitivities, ski trails, trivia and maps!
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Elevator and chairlift) is open until Oct 18
9 am – 4:30 pm High Falls Gorge is open for the season. Open daily through last Sunday in October.
10 am - 11 pm Boots and Birdies, Lake Placid: Mini-golf, eurobungy, gemstone mining, mini-golf, ropes adventure course. 518-837-5309 (Weekends only after Columbus Day and weather dependent)
10 am - 4 pm Historic Saranac Lake Museum presents "Medical Marvels" in the John Black room (Open Tues - Sat)
10 am - 4 pm Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, Wilmington (Thursdays - Mondays)
10 a.m. - midnight Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid offers an arcade,bounce houses, bowling and more
10 am– 6 pm The Wild Center is open weekends with these exceptions: Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's weekend and Martin Luther King Day, Closed. Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and April
10 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
11 am Bowling opens at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake
11 am - 4 pm Adirondack Carousel is open, $2/ride, multiple tickets available for discount. Open Wed-Sunday until November 1. Nov 2- June 24, open Sat-Sun 11 am - 3 pm
1 pm - dusk The Great Adirondack Corn Maze, Gabriels ($10/adults ($8/Children 13 and under) Free/children under four)

Saranac Lake Fire Department Open House 10 am - 2 pm
Saturday -October 17, 2015
*Lake Placid to Saranac Lake: Fall Foliage on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad through Oct 12 (Halloween Train on Oct 24-25) 
Dawn - Dusk Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for walking and mountain biking (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Hike or mountain bike the trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn - dusk: Henry's Woods, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Heaven Hill Orchard Loop, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn to Dusk:Paul Smith's VIC trails are free except during ski season. Call 327-6241Starting Oct 12 the building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
9 am - 2 pm Saranac Lake Farmers' Market, Riverside Park
9 am RailExplorers railroad bikes from Saranac Lake to Lake Clear  (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
9 am - 4 pm Take a scenic Gondola ride up Whiteface (weather permitting)Late season: Sept 11-Oct 11 (Fri-Sun)
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Elevator and chairlift) is open until Oct 18.
Pumpkin Heaves and Autumn Leaves

9 am – 4:30 pm High Falls Gorge is open for the season. Open daily through last Sunday in October.

9:30 am Pumpkin Heaves and Autumn Leaves Festival: Kate Mountain Park, Vermountville: $5/adults, $3/students, Free/children under 3: Admission includes fun run, face painting, bounce house, watching catapults and trebuchets, Additional charge for pony rides, pie contest
10 am - 11 pm Boots and Birdies, Lake Placid: Mini-golf, eurobungy, gemstone mining, mini-golf, ropes adventure course. 518-837-5309 (Weekends only after Columbus Day and weather dependent)
10 am - 4 pm Historic Saranac Lake Museum presents "Medical Marvels" in the John Black room (Open Tues - Sat)
10 am - 2 pm Saranac Lake Fire Department Open House - fire extinguisher simulator,
Lake Placid Library is hosting a SaturPLAYday
10-11 am with games, crafts
and stories PreK-5th grade
equipment, search and rescue demo, plastic hats for all kids

10 am– 5 pm The Wild Center is open weekends only through Memorial Day weekend with these exceptions: Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's weekend and Martin Luther King Day, Closed. Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and April
10 -11 am Lake Placid Library SATURPLAYDAY: Children preK-5th grade: Prepare for Halloween with stories, crafts and games FREE Call 523-3200 
10 am - 4 pm Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, Wilmington (Thursdays - Mondays)
10 am - midnight Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid offers an arcade,bounce houses, bowling and more
10 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
11 am Bowling opens at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake
11 am - 4 pm Adirondack Carousel, Saranac Lake is open Rides: $2/person with discounts for multiple tickets. Open Weds-Sunday until November 1. Nov 2- June 24, open Sat-Sun 11 am - 3 pm
11:30 pm RailExplorers railroad bikes from Lake Clear to Saranac Lake (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
1 pm The Lake Placid Center for the Arts presents "Metropolitan Opera Live in HD: Otello
1 pm - dusk The Great Adirondack Corn Maze, Gabriels ($10/adults ($8/Children 13 and under) Free/children under four)
unable to confirm: Call before going!
*unable to confirm event: 1-4 pm Whiteface Mountain Dirty Dog Mud Run: 25 Search and Rescue themed obstacles over 8K up and down the Olympic Mountain
2pm RailExplorers railroad bikes from Saranac Lake to Lake Clear  (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
4:30 pm RailExplorers railroad bikes from Lake Clear to Saranac Lake (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
6-9 pm Game Night at Saranac Village at Will Rogers: Now the Third Saturday! 
Dusk - 10 pm The Great Adirondack Corn Maze, Gabriels ($10/adults ($8/Children 13 and under) Free/children under four) Flashlight Nights - No one enters to maze after 9 pm
7:30 pm FREE acoustic and electric music with Russ Bailey and friends at the Upper Jay LOWER Lounge. BYOB

Sunday -October 18, 2015
*Lake Placid to Saranac Lake: Fall Foliage on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad through Oct 12 (Halloween Train on Oct 24-25) 
Dawn - Dusk Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for walking and mountain biking (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Hike or mountain bike the trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn - dusk: Henry's Woods, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Heaven Hill Orchard Loop, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Dawn to DuskPaul Smith's VIC trails are free except during ski season. Call 327-6241. Starting Oct 12 the building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Elevator and chairlift) is open until Oct 18
9 am RailExplorers railroad bikes from Saranac Lake to Lake Clear  (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
9 am – 4:30 pm High Falls Gorge is open for the season. Open daily through last Sunday in October.
10 am - 11 pm Boots and Birdies, Lake Placid: Mini-golf, eurobungy, gemstone mining, mini-golf, ropes adventure course. 518-837-5309 (Weekends only after Columbus Day and weather dependent)
10 am– 6 pm The Wild Center is open weekends with these exceptions: Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's weekend and Martin Luther King Day, Closed. Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and April
10 am - 4 pm Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, Wilmington (Thursdays - Mondays)
10 am- midnight Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid offers an arcade, indoor bounce houses, bowling and more
10 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
11 am - 4 pm Adirondack Carousel is open, $2/ride, multiple tickets available for discount. Open Weds-Sunday until November 1. Nov 2- June 24, open Sat-Sun 11 am - 3 pm
11 am Bowling opens at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake
noon - 2 pm FREE try ice skating/hockey at the Saranac Kake Civic Center (ages 4-9)
1 pm - dusk The Great Adirondack Corn Maze, Gabriels ($10/adults ($8/Children 13 and under) Free/children under four)
2pm RailExplorers railroad bikes from Saranac Lake to Lake Clear  (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
4:30 pm RailExplorers railroad bikes from Lake Clear to Saranac Lake (open weekend only through Nov 1) 
Dusk - 10 pm The Great Adirondack Corn Maze, Gabriels ($10/adults ($8/Children 13 and under) Free/children under four) Flashlight Nights - No one enters to maze after 9 pm

Old Forge/Inlet/Long Lake/North Creek (Central Adirondack) Events

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
presents Annual Harvest Dinner: 
Friday -October 16, 2015
Dawn to Dusk: Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
10 am - 4:30 pm  CLOSING CAMP HOURS Adirondack Museum Visitor's Center is open Mon-Friday through Oct 30 
10 am - 4 pm Gallery open at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
10 am- 4 pm the Adirondack Interpretive Center's building is open Tuesday-Saturday.
10 am- 3 pm Goodsell Museum presents"Early History of theAdirondack League Club"
10 am Every Friday bring pre-schoolers to the Johnsburg Library for craft and story time (FREE)
1-5 pm Old Forge Farmers' Market on Park Avenue
2-5 pm Northville Farmers' Market
5 pm Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts presents Annual Harvest Dinner: FREE potluck. Bring a dish to share and lively music
Saturday –October 17, 2015
Dawn to Dusk:Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
9 am VIEW Old Forge Running Colors: $30/online, $35/race day Run 3 miles and have people blast you with food safe colors. 315-369-6411
Primitive Rendezvous Visitors Day
10 am - 4 pm the Adirondack Interpretive Center's building is open Tuesday-Saturday. Trails are open from dawn to dusk every day.
11 am FREE guided hike around Moss Lake, Big Moose Rd. Eagle Bay
noon Old Forge Brewfest, North St. Pavilion$40 admission
2 - 3:30 pm Last day to take a Raquette lake Navigational Tour for the season 


Sunday -October 18, 2015
Dawn to Dusk:Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
ALL DAY: NYSMLA Primitive Rendezvous Moose River Plains, Inlet Visitors Day
10 am - 4 pm the Adirondack Interpretive Center's building is open Tuesday-Saturday. Trails are open from dawn to dusk every day.
2-4 pm Acoustic Jam Session at the Adirondack Hotel, Long Lake

Westport/Essex/Ticonderoga (Lake Champlain Events)
58 easy hikes, 33 swimming holes,
trivia, maps and four-season fun
for Westport, Ticonderoga
Plattsburgh and the Champlain Valley

Friday -October 16, 2015
Dawn to DuskChamplain Area Trails

6 am - 6 pm Rulf's Orchard, Peru: apples, pumpkin picking, fresh bakery, tractor rides, corn maze
7 am - 7 pm Bankers Orchard, Plattsburgh: petting zoo, apple picking, bakery, store: Call for apple picking hours: 518-561-5234

8 am - 6 pm Gunnison Orchards, Crown Point (apples)

9 am - 4 pm North Star Underground Railroad Museum at Ausable Chasm Open 7 days/week
9 am - 1 pm Elizabethtown Farmers' Market (last day Oct 10)
9 am - 2 pm Plattsburgh Farmers' and Crafters' Market
9:30 am - 5 pm Fort Ticonderoga is open daily Admission: $19.50/adults, $17/Seniors (62+), $8/children (5-12), Free/Children(under 5) through Oct 18. Hours are 10am - 4 pm thorough Nov 1)
9:30 am King's Garden is open for the season (Fort Ti)
9:30 am - 5 pm LAST WEEKEND Drive up Mount Defiance (or walk) Tickets purchased at Fort Ticonderoga through Oct 18
10 am - 2 pm Adirondack History Museum presents a FREE conservation workshop, Elizabethtown (Lunch is provided)
10 am - 5 pm Applejacks Orchard, Peru (everyday) Pick apples: Macintosh, Sansa, Zest, Ginger-gold and Paula-red)
10 am - 5 pm Adirondack History Center Museum,Elizabethtown, $5/adults, $4/seniors, $2/students, free/children under seven.Open through mid-October
10 am – 4 pm Hancock House in Ticonderoga is open Wed-Saturday year-round
10 am - 3 pm Visit the Clinton County Historical Museum, Plattsburgh (Wed-Sat or by appt)
5 pm OPENING: Mountain Lake Mandala Corner of Bridge St and Durkee St FREE Part of the Tibetan Festival Plattsburgh State Art Museum (through Oct 27)
5-7 pm CANDY HARVEST Babbie Rural and Farm Learning Museum Games, candy costume contest, $1
8-10 pm  SOUL FEST Babbie Rural and Farm Learning Museum haunted farm: parental discretion is advised because of gore, violence, jumping, scaring, etc.. $5
8 pm The Champlain International Film Festival presents FREE 2 shorts films at The Strand, Plattsburgh

Babbie Farm Candy Harvest and Soul Fest
Saturday -October 17, 2015
• Check out the newly renovated Strand Theatre, Plattsburgh for workshops and events
Dawn to Dusk: Champlain Area Trails
Dawn to Dusk: Saranac River Trail, Plattsburgh
6 am - 6 pm Rulf's Orchard, Peru: apples, pumpkin picking, fresh bakery
7 am - 7 pm Bankers Orchard, Plattsburgh: petting zoo, apple picking, bakery, store: Call for apple picking hours: 518-561-5234
8 am - 6 pm Gunnison Orchards, Crown Point
9 am Story Time and craft at the AuSable Forks FREE Library
9 am - 2 pm Plattsburgh Farmers' Market, Durkee Street
9 am Chasm Rim 5K Run/Walk for Freedom North Star Underground Railroad Museum, Mac Chasm Rd, Au Sable Chasm $25/race
9 am- 4 pm Visit Ausable Chasm518-834-7454: Fall times and rates through November 30
9:30 am - 5 pm  Fort Ticonderoga is open daily Admission: $19.50/adults, $17/Seniors (62+), $8/children (5-12), Free/Children(under 5) through Oct 18. Hours are 10am - 4 pm thorough Nov 1)
9 am - 4 pm North Star Underground Railroad Museumat Ausable Chasm Open 7 days/week
10 am - 5 pm Fort Ticonderoga Historic Corn Maze: Kidde Maze, Engineer a Maze Quest. Sat-Sun through Oct 18. Maze by Moonlight Oct 23-24. 
9:30 am - 5 pm LAST WEEKEND Drive up Mount Defiance (or walk) Tickets purchased at Fort Ticonderoga through Oct 18
10 am AuSable Forks Free Library Story time
10 am - 1 pm Ticonderoga Farmers' Market Wicker Street
10 am - 5 pm Adirondack History Center Museum,Elizabethtown, $5/adults, $4/seniors, $2/students, free/children under seven.Open through mid-October
10 am - 5 pm Applejacks Orchard, Peru (everyday) Pick apples: Macintosh, Sansa, Zest, Ginger-gold and Paula-red)
Champlain Valley Film Society presents Me and Earl and
The Dying Girl
10 am - 2 pm Champlain Valley Transportation Museum/Imaginarium Museum, Plattsburgh
10 am - 3 pm Visit the Clinton County Historical Museum, Plattsburgh (Wed-Sat or by appt)
10 am Nature Trek along the Saranac River: meet at Saranac St Bridge and Pine Street
10 am - noon Max Moore Memorial Treehouse (behind the Police Station, Saranac River Trail, Plattsburgh Opening:  live music, snacks, treasure hunt: Open to all ages and abilities
10 am Craft Show and Bake Sale at Mooers Fire Station, Rt 11, Mooers
10 am Boquet River Association (BRASS) presents a 4-mile Cookie Run in Wadhams. $10. All participants receive a cookie from Dogwood Bakery. Category winners receive a homemade pie while overall winners receive a tee. 
10 am – 4 pm Hancock House in Ticonderoga is open Wed-Saturday,year-round
10:30 am Story Time at the Chazy Public Library, 9633 St
11:30 am DaCy Meadow Farm Trail Hike: Champlain Area Trail , Westport
noon - 4 pm (daily except national holiday) Thangka Painting and Wood carving demonstrations at the Plattsburgh State Art Museum (free) Part of the Tibetan Festival 
1 pm DaCy Meadow Farm Harvest Luch $25/person, Free/children (under12), all proceeds to benefit CATS: Champlain Area Trail System, Westport
Rulf's Orchard Flashlight Nights! 
3 pm Ticonderoga Elks River Walk: picnic buffet and illuminated ballon release at dusk: All funds to support Friends Comforting Friends
5-10 pm Flashlight Nights at Rulf's Orchard, bonfire, music, baked goods, coffee, hot chocolate, cider, adults/$6, $4/kids 12and under
5-7 pm CANDY HARVEST Babbie Rural and Farm Learning Museum Games, candy costume contest, $1
7-9 pm Movie Night: War of the Worlds at the Newman Center, 90 Broad St, Plattsburgh FREE (donations accepted) 
8-10 pm  SOUL FEST Babbie Rural and Farm Learning Museum haunted farm: parental discretion is advised because of gore, violence, jumping, scaring, etc.. $5
7:30 pm Champlain Valley Film Series presents "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" at the The Grange, Whallonsburg, $6/adults, $3/under 18

Sunday -October 18, 2015
Dawn to DuskChamplain Area TrailsCATS
6 am - 5 pm Rulf's Orchard, Peru: apples, pumpkin picking, fresh bakery
7 am - 7 pm Bankers Orchard, Plattsburgh: petting zoo, apple picking, bakery, store: Call for apple picking hours: 518-561-5234
8 am - 6 pm  Gunnison Orchards, Crown Point (apples, working bee hive)
9 am - 4 pm North Star Underground Railroad Museumat Ausable Chasm Open 7 days/week
9:30 am - 5 pm Fort Ticonderoga is open daily to Oct 18. Admission: $19.50/adults, $17/Seniors (62+), $8/children (5-12), Free/Children(under 5) Oct 18- Nov 1 10 am - 4 pm through Oct 18
9:30 am - 5 pm LAST WEEKEND Drive up Mount Defiance (or walk) Tickets purchased at Fort Ticonderoga through Oct 18

10 am - 5 pm Applejacks Orchard, Peru (everyday) Pick apples: Macintosh, Sansa, Zest, Ginger-gold and Paula-red), petting zoo, hay maze, gift shop
10 am - 5 pm Adirondack History Center Museum, Elizabethtown, $5/adults, $4/seniors, $2/students, free/children under seven. Open through mid-October

10 am - 5 pm Fort Ticonderoga Historic Corn Maze: Kidde Maze, Engineer a Maze Quest. Sat-Sun through Oct 18. Maze by Moonlight Oct 23-24. 
10 am - 2 pm Champlain Valley Transportation Museum/Imaginarium Museum, Plattsburgh
11 am - 4 pm Country Dream Farms, Plattsburgh Corn Maze, pumpkin picking, horse/wagon ride, playground, petting zoo, 

Lake George/ Southern Adirondack Events

Graveyard Walks through historic
Warrensburg Cemetery
Friday October 16, 2015
Take the Saratoga/North Creek Railway (57 mile ride) with stops along the way (through Oct 12)
Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School
8 am - 4 pm Up Yonda Farm,Bolton Landing (Mon-Sat)
8:30 am - 9 pm West Mountain is closed for the ski season
9 am - 1 pm Bolton Landing Farmers' Market, Goodman Ave,
9:30 am - 4:30 pm The Children's Museum at Saratoga
9:30 am - 5:30 pm Fort William Henry Museum, Lake George is open through Oct 31
10 am - 11 pm The Fun Spot, Queensbury: laser tag, Go-Karts, Mini-Golf, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground
9:30 am- 5 pm GO to theWorld Children's Museum, 89 Warren Street, Glens Falls ($5 admission includes program)
11 am - 4 pm Lake George Historical Museum,290 Canada Street
3:30 pm Fun activities at the Crandall Public Library Glens Falls for ages 9-12 each week
4 pm Haunted Hayride and Haunted House, Gavin Park, Wilton $10/children, $12/after 6 pm
6:30 - 9 pm Halloween Haunted House, Salem Community Courthouse, Salem, N $10/adults, $5/children (13 and younger)
7 pm Warrensburg Graveyard Walk: Warrensburgh Historical Society $8
7 pm The Charles Woods Theatre, Glens Falls presents "High School Musical" 
7:30 pm Ghost Tours at Fort William Henry, Lake George, Adults/$16.95, $13.95/seniors, $7.95/children (5-15)
8 pm Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies, Glens Falls Civic Center

Saturday –October 17, 2015
ALL Day: Special Olympics Ceremonies, Glens Falls Civic Center
*Take the Saratoga/North Creek Railway (57 mile ride) with stops along the way (through Oct 12)
*Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School
8 am - 4 pm Up Yonda Farm, Bolton Landing (Mon-Sat)
8:30 am - 8 pm West Mountain is closed for the ski season
9 am 3rd Annual Free to Breath 5K Run/Walk, Lake George, $25/advance, $30/admission
9:30 am - 5:30 pm FREE Community dayFort William Henry Museum, Lake George is open through Oct 31
9:30 am - 4:30 pm The Children's Museum at Saratoga
9:30 am- 5 pm GO to theWorld Children's Museum, 89 Warren Street, Glens Falls ($5 admission includes program)
noon - 6 pm FRIGHT FEST The Great Escape (Six Flags): Sat and Sun only. Open through November 1
10 am - 11 pm The Fun Spot, Queensbury: laser tag, Go-Karts, Mini-Golf, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground
11 am - 4 pm Lake George Historical Museum, 290 Canada Street
noon FREE tours at Nettle Meadow Far, 484 South Johnsburg Rd, Thurman
noon - 4:30 pm The Children's Museum at Saratoga
noon - 1:30 pm Tang Teaching Museum Family Saturday programs Oct 17-Dec 19 Saratoga Springs (for children 5 and older)
1 pm Tang Teaching Museum special 15th anniversary opening: tour of the museum on a Tang Guide Tour
2 pm The Charles Woods Theatre, Glens Falls presents "High School Musical" 
6-9 pm Haunted Barn at the Little Theatre on the Farm, Fort Edward, $8/adults, $5/children (4-12), FREE/children (under 4)
6:30 pm Tang Teaching Museum Public Reception
7 pm The Charles Woods Theatre, Glens Falls presents "High School Musical" 
7:30 pm Ghost Tours at Fort William Henry, Lake George, Adults/$16.95, $13.95/seniors, $7.95/children (5-15)


Sunday -October 18, 2015
• Take the Saratoga/North Creek Railway (57 mile ride) with stops along the way (through Oct 12)
• Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School (Fireside Chats start July 11 at 7)
10:30 am - 5:30 pm COMMUNITY DAY Fort William Henry Museum, Lake George is open through Oct 31
10 am - 4 pm 16th Annual Halloween Pug Party and Parade, Lake Luzerne Pavilion Park, 
noon - 6 pm FRIGHT FEST The Great Escape (Six Flags): Sat and Sun only. Open through November 1
10 am - 11 pm The Fun Spot, Queensbury: laser tag, Go-Karts, Mini-Golf, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground
noon - 5:00 pm GO to theWorld Children's Museum, 89 Warren Street, Glens Falls ($5 admission includes program)
1 pm - 3 pm Discovery Day at the Hyde Museum, Glens Falls
2 pm The Charles Woods Theatre, Glens Falls presents "High School Musical" 
6-9 pm Haunted Barn at the Little Theatre on the Farm, Fort Edward, $8/adults, $5/children (4-12), FREE/children (under 4)


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