Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Adirondack Events and Activities for February 19-21, 2016


Fun Adirondack (ADK) winter family friendly activities and events for everyone: kid-friendly, parents, families, pet-owners, handicap-accessible or seniors.

February 19-21, 2016 

Highlights:Tupper Lake Fire and Ice Festival, FREE Concert at ADK Carousel, Brant Lake Winter Carnival, Lake George Winter Carnival, Titus Family Fun Day, Full moon ski at Cascade, UpYonda Farm full moon snowshoe/hike and restaurant crawl. 

Parents of 3rd and 4th graders - don't forget to sign up for the I SKI NY Free for Kids program (here is my updated 2004 post)

Previous Events



Kids Ski FREE - 
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! Adirondack Calendar of Events and Activities for February 19-21, 2016


Adirondack High Peaks/Lake Placid/Saranac Lake EventsWhat to do in Tupper Lake events , Lake Placid events, Saranac Lake events, 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 events, 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
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Friday - February 19, 2016
Dawn - Dusk: XC ski or snowshoe the XC trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn to Dusk:Paul Smith's VIC trails are (free until the snow flies) Call 327-6241The building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
Dawn - dusk: Henry's Woods, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Heaven Hill trails, Lake Placid XC/snowshoe trails (free)
Dawn to Dusk: Paul Smith's VIC trails (trail pass needed in winter) Call 327-6241. The building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
Hike to Cobble Ledge, Wilmington: read about the 1.1-mile easy hike here
8:30 am - 4 pm Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort  
8:30 am - 4 pm Take a Whiteface Gondola ride to the top of Little Whiteface (weather permitting) Call 518.946.2223
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Chairlift and Elevator to the top of the 120M tower) $11 Adults; $8 Junior/Senior—Elevator Call 518.523.8830
9 am - 4 pm Ski at the Olympic Venue: Mt Van Hoevenberg Call 518.523.4436 (Grab a waffle at Josie's Cabin)
10 am - 5 pm Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for snowshoeing and XC skiing (currently closed for trail conditions: Call (518) 891–2697)  (currently closed for trail conditions: Call (518) 891–2697)
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 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
10 am– 5 pm WINTER WEEK: Open every day from February 12 - February 21:
The Wild Center is open weekends with these exceptions: Open Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's week (3rd week in February and Martin Luther King Day, Closed:Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the month of April
10 am  Malone Wead Library presents "Needles and Hooks"
10 am - 3 pm Be an Olympic Biathlete: XC skiing and marksmanship under the guidance of instructors (12 and over) $36 full clinic, $16 range only Call 518.523.2811
noon - 3 pm Tupper Lake Civic Center FREE (indoor) public skating 
3-8 pm  Ski or Tubing Hill Mt Pisgah, Saranac Lake  (Mon-Fri 3-8 pm Night Skiing,Sat-Sun 10 am-4 pm) 
4-9 pm FREE outdoor ice rink, Bloomingale NY (behind fire station)
5-8 pm Lantern Lit Wagon/Sleigh Rides  at Lake Clear Lodge, (Jan 29,30, Feb 5,6,12,14,15,17,19,20,24,26,27, March 4,5,12) subject to change. 
6 pm   Malone Wead Library presents a FREE movie: "Fox and the Hound"
6:30 pm Rail Jam at Mt Pisgah
6:30 pm Movie Night at Keene Valley Library: FREE "Star Wars #1"
7-9  pm Lake Placid Olympic Oval Public Skating 518-523-1655 
7 pm FREE play reading of "The Knight of the Burning Pestle" at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake 
7 pm Dewey Mountain's Friday Night Ski Jam with "Painted Sol" and food from Nori's Village Market
9 pm  Trail's End Tavern Opening Festivals: Tupper Lake Fire and Ice

Saturday -February 20, 2016 
 All DaySledding hill & outdoor skating rink open Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival
Dawn - Dusk: XC ski or snowshoe the XC trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn - dusk: Henry's Woods, Lake Placid hiking/running trails (free)
Heaven Hill trails, Lake Placid XC/snowshoe trails (free)
Dawn to Dusk:Paul Smith's VIC trails are (trail pass needed in winter) Call 327-6241The building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
8:30 am - 4 pm Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort is open 
8:30 am - 4 pm Take a Whiteface Gondola ride to the top of Little Whiteface (weather permitting) Call 518.946.2223
9 am - 5 pm Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for snowshoeing and XC skiing  (currently closed for trail conditions: Call (518) 891–2697)
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Chairlift and Elevator to the top of the 120M tower) $11 Adults; $8 Junior/Senior—Elevator Call 518.523.8830
9 am - 4 pm Ski at the Olympic Venue: Mt Van Hoevenberg Call 518.523.4436 (Grab a waffle at Josie's Cabin or participate in the Naturalist Series on Saturdays 11-2)
9 am – 4 pm High Falls Gorge  Winter = $14, Children (4-12) $10, Try the Mining activity - January  2 -March 30:  Fri-Sun 9 am - 4 pm
9:30 am - 10 pm FAMILY FUN DAY Titus Mountain Ski Resort, Malone NY 
10 am– 5 pm WINTER WEEK: Open every day from February 12 - February 21: The Wild Center is open weekends with these exceptions: Open Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's week (3rd week in February and Martin Luther King Day, Closed:Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the month of April
10 am - 4 pm Ski or Tubing Hill Mt Pisgah, Saranac Lake  (Mon-Fri 3-8 pm Night Skiing,Sat-Sun 10 am-4 pm)
10 am - 4 pm Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, Wilmington (Thursdays - Mondays)
10 am - midnight Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid offers an arcade and public bowling
10 am - 8 pm Bowlwinkles Indoor Bounce House : Saturday Special Bounce and Bowling (ages 4-12) $8/child
10 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
11am - noon  Reading Hour at The Goff-Nelson Memorial Library: Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival
FREE concert at the Adirondack Carousel: to benefit
local food pantries
11 am - 8 pm SPECIAL: 6th annual North Country Musicians Unite For Local Food Pantries: FREE all day concert with numerous musicians, bring a nonperishable food product or $ to donate to local food pantries:  Adirondack Carousel is open, $2/ride, multiple tickets available for discount. (Nov 2- June 24) 
noon -  3pm: 5th Annual Fire & Ice Golf Tournament Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival Municipal Park
noon - 9 pm FREE outdoor ice rink, Bloomingale NY (behind fire station)
noon - 4 pm, 5-9 pm Keene Community Center Outside Ice Rink: FREE
noon - 4pm: Clydesdale sleigh rides (free) Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival Municipal Park
noon - 7 pm Lake Placid Sleigh Rides (weather dependent), Wilmington Rd, Lake Placid: 45 min through High Peaks Golf Course w/ views of High Peaks. private, group rides available through March
noon - 11 pm Bowling at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake
1- 3pm Free public skating at the Tupper Lake Memorial Civic Center on Santa Clara Ave Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival
1-3 pm Public skating  at the Lake Placid Olympic Oval  518-523-1655
5-10 pm Tubing at Titus Mountain, Malone 
5-8 pm Lantern Lit Wagon/Sleigh Rides  at Lake Clear Lodge, (Jan 29,30, Feb 5,6,12,14,15,17,19,20,24,26,27, March 4,5,12) subject to change. 

6 pm Fire dancing show by Fire Magick Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival Municipal

7 pm Fireworks Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival
7-9 pm Public skating  at the Lake Placid Olympic Oval  518-523-1655
7:30 pm Lake Placid Center for the Arts presents La Quinta del Lobo in The Mangrove Tales - La Quinta del Lobo is an interdisciplinary performance group formed by electronic artists, musicians and dancers from Bogotá. Myths, legends, and indigenous dances and music are rendered through a contemporary lens.$15
8 pm Full Moon Ski Cascade Ski Center: Life music, lighted trails, bonfires and more
8 pm Full moon ski & bonfire at Tupper Lake's free, groomed cross-country ski and snowshoe trails by moonlight. Ski to Cranberry pond for bonfire.Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival

Sunday - February 21, 2016
All Day: Free cookies & water in the Pro-Shop Warming Shack (until supplies are gone)Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival XC Ski Center
Sledding hill, cross-country skiing on groomed trails, snowshoeing, bonfire !Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival XC Ski Center
Dawn - Dusk: XC ski or snowshoe the XC trails at Pisgah Mountain, Saranac Lake (free)
Dawn - Dusk: Heaven Hill trails, Lake Placid XC/snowshoe trails (free)
Dawn to DuskPaul Smith's VIC trails (trail pass needed in winter) Call 327-6241The building is open 9 am - 5 pm Tues-Sun.
33 easy hikes 19 swimming holes, 4-season
acitivities, ski trails, trivia and maps!
8:30 am - 4 pm  Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort is open (Don't miss "Why Not Wednesday" - bring a Coca-Cola product to the Whiteface ticket window and get a $48 lift ticket)
8:30 am - 4 pm Take a Whiteface Gondola ride to the top of Little Whiteface (weather permitting) Call 518.946.2223
9 am - 4 pm Olympic Jumping Center (Chairlift and Elevator to the top of the 120M tower) $11 Adults; $8 Junior/Senior—Elevator Call 518.523.8830
9 am - 4 pm Ski at the Olympic Venue: Mt Van Hoevenberg Call 518.523.4436 (Grab a waffle at Josie's Cabin)
9 am – 4 pm High Falls Gorge  Winter = $14, Children (4-12) $10, Try the Mining activity - January  2 -March 30:  Fri-Sun 9 am - 4 pm
9:30 am - 4:30pm Skiing and Tubing at Titus Mountain Ski Resort, Malone NY 
10 am - 4 pm Ski or Tubing Hill Mt Pisgah, Saranac Lake  (Mon-Fri 3-8 pm Night Skiing,Sat-Sun 10 am-4 pm)

10 am - 4 pm Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, Saranac Lake trails for snowshoeing and XC skiing  (currently closed for trail conditions: Call (518) 891–2697)
10 am– 5 pm WINTER WEEK: Open every day from February 12 - February 21:
The Wild Center is open weekends with these exceptions: Open Dec. 26-31 (10 am - 5 pm), President's week (3rd week in February and Martin Luther King Day, Closed:Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the month of April
10 am - 4 pm Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, Wilmington (Thursdays - Mondays)
10 am – 5 pm Lake Placid Olympic Museum is open daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ironman Sunday
11am -  4pm: Dogsled rides from "Call of the Wild" ($10)Tupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival XC Ski Center
11am - 2pm: Zorb Ball RacesTupper Lake Fire & Ice Festival XC Ski Center
11 am - 2 pm The Snowy Grocery at Sugarhouse Creamery, Upper Jay
11 am - 3 pm Adirondack Carousel is open, $2/ride, multiple tickets available for discount. (Nov 2- June 24) 
11:15 am - 12:15 pm Saranac Lake Civic Center Public Skating 
noon -8 pm Keene Community Center Outside Ice Rink: FREE
noon - 7 pm Lake Placid Sleigh Rides (weather dependent), Wilmington Rd, Lake Placid: 45 min through High Peaks Golf Course w/ views of High Peaks. private, group rides available through March
noon - 9 pm FREE outdoor ice rink, Bloomingale NY (behind fire station)
noon - 11 pm Bowling at Romano’s Saranac Lanes in Saranac Lake
noon- midnight Bowlwinkles in Lake Placid offers public bowling
noon - 8 pm Bowlwinkles Indoor Bounce House
1-3 pm Public skating at the Lake Placid Olympic Oval 518-523-1655
1-3 pm Music in the Paul Smith's VIC Great Room
pm: Ski/Shoe/Sled Relay (3 person teams -  consisting of 1 xc-skier, 1 snowshoer, 1 sledder.) Presented by the Tupper Lake Recreation Department.
2pm: Green Sledding Competition (Make a sled out of recycled materials i.e. cardboard box, old hamper, cookie sheet, etc. and enter the sledding competition. $50 first place prize, $25 second place prize.)
7-9  pm Public skating at the Lake Placid Olympic Oval 518-523-1655

Movie Listings for
Indian Lake Theatre
Old Forge/Inlet/Long Lake/North Creek (Back to Top)
Garnet Hill Trail Network, North River: trail passes, snowshoe pass, multi-pass discounts

Friday - February 19, 2016
SNOCADE/FROSTFEST: Indian Lake (February 12-21)
Dawn to Dusk: Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
8:30 am - 4 pm Gore Mountain is open 
9 am - 4:15 pm McCauley Mountain, Old Forge closed Tuesday except holiday weeks
10 am - 4 pm Gallery open at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
10- 10:30 am Toddler Story Time at the Old Forge Library (Jan 8- Feb 12) 
10 am- 4 pm the Adirondack Interpretive Center's building is open Tuesday-Saturday.
10 am- 3 pm Goodsell Museum "Extraordinary Things: 100 years of history" New Exhibit 
10 am Every Friday bring pre-schoolers to the Johnsburg Library, Newcomb for craft and story time (FREE)
11 am - noon Spring Story Hour at the Old Forge Library (preschool ages 3,4, 5. Register by calling 518-369-6008
noon - 4 pm Oak Mountain Ski Area
2:30 - 10 pm Long Lake Ice Skating at Geiger Rink, Mt Sabattis FREE (Monday-Thursday 2:30pm -6pm, Closed Tuesdays/Wednesdays, Friday 2:30pm – 10pm, Saturday noon – 10pm, Sunday noon – 6pm)
3- 9 pm Gore North Creek Ski Bowl tubing ($18/2 hrs- lift service not yet open) FREE ice skating rink
5 - 10 pm Pink Riders Snowmobile Run, George Hildebrandt Rec Center, Old Forge
7 pm Indian Lake Theatre presents Ryan Leddick in Concert with George Kuubetasuri
7:45 pm  Lowville Hometown Theatre presents "Ride Along 2"

Adirondack Interpretive Center
Winter Events and Programs
Saturday –February 20, 2016

SNOCADE/FROSTFEST: Indian Lake (February 12-21)
Dawn to Dusk:Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
8:30 am - 4 pm Gore Mountain is open 
9 am - 10 pm Pink Riders Snowmobile Run, George Hildebrandt Rec Center, Old Forge
9 am - 4:15 pm McCauley Mountain, Old Forge closed Tuesday except holiday weeks
9 am  - 4 pm  Oak Mountain Ski Area
10 am - 4 pm FROSTFEST: Adirondack Museum (February 13-21) FREE crafts, snow activities 
10 am- 3 pm Goodsell Museum presents"Extraordinary Things: 100 years of history"
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 - 9 pm Gore North Creek Ski Bowl tubing ($18/2 hrs- lift service not yet open) FREE ice skating rink
noon - 10 pm Long Lake Ice Skating at Geiger Rink, Mt Sabattis FREE (Monday-Thursday 2:30pm -6pm, Closed Tuesdays/Wednesdays, Friday 2:30pm – 10pm, Saturday noon – 10pm, Sunday noon – 6pm)
1 pm Winter Walk at ADK VIC, Newcomb: walk with Peter O'Shea FREE
2 pm Lowville Hometown Theatre presents "Ride Along 2"
7 pm Lowville Hometown Theatre presents "Ride Along 2"
7:30 pm Indian Lake Theatre presents Forever Snocade: live comedy about life in the Adirondacks 

Sunday - February 21, 2016
Adirondack Museum Cabin
Fever Sundays

SNOCADE/FROSTFEST: Indian Lake (February 12-21)

PLAN AHEAD: Adirondack Museum's Sunday Lecture Series: Feb  28, March 13, April 3
Dawn to Dusk:Adirondack Interpretive trails, Newcomb are open FREE
8:30 am - 4 pm Gore Mountain is open 
9 am - 4 pm Oak Mountain Ski Area
9 am - 4:15 pm McCauley Mountain, Old Forge  closed Tuesday except holiday weeks
10 am - 4 pm FROSTFEST: Adirondack Museum (February 13-21) FREE crafts, snow activities, 
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 - 9 pm Gore North Creek Ski Bowl tubing ($18/2 hrs- lift service not yet open) FREE ice skating rink
noon - 10 pm Long Lake Ice Skating at Geiger Rink, Mt Sabattis FREE (Monday-Thursday 2:30pm -6pm, Closed Tuesdays/Wednesdays, Friday 2:30pm – 10pm, Saturday noon – 10pm, Sunday noon – 6pm)
2 pm Lowville Hometown Theatre presents "Ride Along 2"
7 pm Lowville Hometown Theatre presents "Ride Along 2"




Westport/Essex/Ticonderoga/Plattsburgh 
(Lake Champlain Events)
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* Thursday 10:30 am : Plattsburgh Public Library Story time
• Public Skating: Ameri-Can North Sports Center 

Friday - February 19, 2016
58 easy hikes, 33 swimming holes,
trivia, maps and four-season fun
for Westport, Ticonderoga
Plattsburgh and the Champlain Valley
Dawn to DuskNew Land Trust trails (free) Saranac
Dawn to DuskChamplain Area Trails (CATS)
Dawn to Dusk: Saranac River Trail, Plattsburgh
9:30 am Storytime at Paine Memorial Library, Hillsboro
10 am - 4 pm Kids' Station at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum 518-324-7426
10 am - 5 pm Giggles Indoor Playground, Plattsburgh (children up to 8) FREE/child (0-5 mths), $6/child (includes 2 adults 18+), $5/additional adult(children 9 and up)
4-10 pm Champy's Fun Zone: mini bowling, glow-in-dark mini golf, arcade, indoor splash park at Comfort Inn, Plattsburgh
6-9 pm Beartown Ski Area, Chazy
7 pm The Strand, Plattsburgh presents "The Great Gatsby" (PG13)
Tickets available at the box office 1 hour prior to showing.
$7/Adult, $5 Seniors, Military, Students and Children.


Plattsburgh's Snowball

Saturday -February 20, 2016

• Check out the newly renovated Strand Theatre, Plattsburgh for workshops and events
Dawn to Dusk: Champlain Area Trails (CATS)
Dawn to Dusk: New Land Trust trails (free) Saranac
Dawn to Dusk: Saranac River Trail, Plattsburgh
9 am - 4 pm Beartown Ski Area, Chazy
9 am - 10 pm Champy's Fun Zone: mini bowling, glow-in-dark mini golf, arcade, indoor splash park at Comfort Inn, Plattsburgh
9 am Story Time and craft at the AuSable Forks FREE Library
10 am - 4 pm Kids' Station at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum 518-324-7426
10 am AuSable Forks Free Library Story time
10 am - 3 pm Visit the Clinton County Historical Museum, Plattsburgh (Wed-Sat or by appt)
7:30 pm Feb 27 Champlain Valley Film Society 
presents Steve jobs
10 am - 5 pm Giggles Indoor Playground for (children up to 8), Plattsburgh FREE/child (0-5 mths), $6/child (includes 2 adults 18+), $5/additional adult(children 9 and up)
10 am – 4 pm Hancock House in Ticonderoga is open Wed-Saturday,year-round
10:30 am Story Time at the Chazy Public Library,
11 am - 8 pm Brant Lake Winter Carnival: Jimbo's at the Point: sledding, outhouse race, music, food
1:30 -2:45 pm Public Skating at SUNY Plattsburgh Field House $2/public  (518) 564-3060)
2 pm Paine Memorial Public Library, Willsboro presents Huck Finn and Friends lecture FREE 
2 pm2 pm Clinton County Adventure Series: Inside activities for kids
5 pm - midnight Open Bowling at Willsborough Bowling
Snowshoe and Brew:
Feb 20, March 5, 13 and April 2
6-8 pm Family Fun Night at the Plattsburgh Oval Recreations Center
7 - 9 pm Half Moon Snowshoe at Noblewood Park Willsboro

Sunday - February 21, 2016
Dawn to DuskChamplain Area Trails CATS
9 am PLAN AHEAD  FEB 27-28:Historic Trades Workshops at Fort Ticonderoga: bedgowns and petticoats: $340/$280 members (Registration required)
9 am- 3 pm Visit Ausable Chasm518-834-7454:Winter times and rates through March
9 am - 9 pm Champy's Fun Zone: mini bowling, glow-in-dark mini golf, arcade, indoor splash park  at Comfort Inn, Plattsburgh
10 am - 4 pm Beartown Ski Area, Chazy
Giggles Indoor Playground: Plattsburgh
10 am - 5 pm Kids' Station at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum 518-324-7426
10 am - 5 pm Giggles Indoor Playground, Plattsburgh for(children up to 8)  FREE/child (0-5 mths), $6/child (includes 2 adults 18+), $5/additional adult(children 9 and up)
1:30 -2:45 pm Public Skating at SUNY Plattsburgh Field House $2/public  (518) 564-3060)
2 pm The Strand, Plattsburgh presents "Monsters Inc" (G) 
2 pm Fort Ticonderoga's Fort Fever Series: Feb 20 (Who's in Charge Here), March 13 (Gunners, Bombardiers, Matrosses) April 10 (Building 18th Century Redoubts)
4-5:30 pm FREE Open Skate at Scott Memorial Rink, Chazy: skates to borrow (through March)

Lake George/ Southern Adirondack Events
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* Glens Falls Civic Center is open for public skating on
Thursdays 2-4 pm, $5 (Call for changes  518-798-0366 
Friday - February 19, 2016  
Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School
• Call for a horse and sleigh/carriage at Circle B Ranch, Chestertown (NY)
• Hike the Lake George Conservancy trails (free) 
8:30 am - 9 pm West Mountain Ski Resort (Holiday Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun:8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Regular Hours: Mon-Tues 3-9 pm, Wed-Fri-10 am - 9 pm, Sat: 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 
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)
10 am - 4 pm Natural Stone Bridge and CavesPotterville: $13/adults, $11/seniors, $8/children(5-12), Free/children (5 and under) 
10 am - 4 pm Chapman Museum Glens Falls $5/adults, $4/students/seniors, Free/children(12 and under) 
1-5 pm Pember Museum Granville: FREE museum (free 2-mile nature preserve trails)Tuesday-Friday 1-5 pm, Saturday10 am - 3pm, closed Sunday and Monday)
2-5 pm Northville Farmers Market (indoors) Brandt Building on Main Street
3:30 pm Fun activities at the Crandall Public Library Glens Falls for ages 9-12 each week
3-9 pm West Mountain Ski Resort Tubing Hill In season Hours (Call 518-636-3699
7-9 pm The Fun SpotQueensbury: laser tag, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground (hours thru 11/21)
8 pm Homemade Theatre, Saratoga Springs presents"Cat on A Hot Tin Roof" play Feb 12-28)

Lake George Winter Carnival Schedule
Saturday –February 20, 2016
LAKE GEORGE WINTER CARNIVAL: each weekend in February 
*Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School
• Call for a horse and sleigh/carriage at Circle B Ranch, Chestertown (NY)
• Hike the Lake George Conservancy trails (free) 
8 am - 4 pm Up Yonda Farm,Bolton Landing (Mon-Sat) 
8:30 am - 9 pm  West Mountain Ski Resort (Holiday Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun:8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Regular Hours: Mon-Tues 3-9 pm, Wed-Fri-10 am - 9 pm, Sat: 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Call for tubing hill) 518-636-3699
9 am -9 am - 1 pm Saratoga Farmers Market (year-round) at Saratoga State Park, Saratoga Springs
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)
10 am - 3 pm Pember Museum Granville: FREE museum (free 2-mile nature preserve trails)Tuesday-Friday 1-5 pm, Saturday10 am - 3pm, closed Sunday and Monday)
10 am - 4 pm Natural Stone Bridge and CavesPotterville$13/adults, $11/seniors, $8/children(5-12), Free/children (5 and under) 
10 am - 4 pm Chapman Museum Glens Falls $5/adults, $4/students/seniors, Free/children(12 and under) 
10 am - 4 pm National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs Winter Hours (Sat/Sun)
11 am - 9 pm The Fun SpotQueensbury: laser tag, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground (hours thru 11/21)
FREE events every Saturday
from Feb 20-March 19
noon - 4:30 pm The Children's Museum at Saratoga
12:15 Wood Theatre, Glens Falls presents "Frozen" FREE
12:30 pm Schroon Lake Public Library presents a FREE movie: "Lassie" 
1 pm Planetarium show at Up Yonda Farm, Bolton Landing
2 pm Tang Teaching Museum, Saratoga Springs: FREE explore Alma Thomas's mosaic like paintings and make tissue paper collages based on her work
2:30 pm Opera Saratoga (at Schenectady Civic Players,, 12 South Church Street , Schenectady) (FREE every Saturday until March 19 at various locations) 
5:30 pm Bolton Chamber Full Moon snowshoe/hike and restaurant crawl
6 pm Natural Stone Bridge and Caves Pottersville: Guided snowshoe tour (reservations 518-494-2283) $13/adults, $11/seniors, $8/children(5-12), Free/children (5 and under) 
7 pm Schroon Lake Public Library presents a FREE movie:"Everest" PG-13
8 pm Homemade Theatre, Saratoga Springs presents"Cat on A Hot Tin Roof" play Feb 12-28)
8 pm Glens Falls Civic Center presents: "Best Kept Secret" Comedy Troupe, $15


Tuesday Fin, Fur and Forest Seminar Series
Sunday - February 21, 2016
• Check out the Schedule of classes at the Adirondack Folk School, Lake Luzerne
•Call for a horse and sleigh/carriage at Circle B Ranch, Chestertown (NY)
• Hike the Lake George Conservancy trails (free) 
8:30 am - 4:30 pm West Mountain Ski Resort (Holiday Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun:8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Regular Hours: Mon-Tues 3-9 pm, Wed-Fri-10 am - 9 pm, Sat: 8:30 am - 9 pm, Sun: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Call for tubing hill -518-636-3699
10 am - 4 pm Natural Stone Bridge and CavesPotterville$13/adults, $11/seniors, $8/children(5-12), Free/children (5 and under) 
noon- 4 pm National Museum of DanceSaratoga Springs Winter Hours (Sat/Sun)
11 am - 5 pm The Fun Spot, Queensbury: laser tag, Roller Skating, Indoor Playground (hours thru 11/21)
noon - 4 pm Chapman Museum Glens Falls $5/adults, $4/students/seniors, Free/children(12 and under) 
noon - 5:00 pm GO to the World Children's Museum, 89 Warren Street, Glens Falls ($5 admission includes program)
1-3 pm Warrensburg Historical Museum of Local History
1 pm - 3 pm Discovery Day at the Hyde Museum, Glens Falls
noon -4 pm Warrensburg Historical Museum of Local History 
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2 pm Wood Theatre, Glens Falls presents "The Minions" $5 
3 pm Hudson River Music Hall, Hudson River presents "Professor Louie and the Crowmatix"
7 pm - midnight Fire on the Mountain at West Mountain: Torchlight parade, fireworks, bonfire, live music and more: Free spectating

photos and content © Diane Chase,used with permission of theAdirondack Family Activities™ Guidebook SeriesAdirondack Family Time™: Tri-Lakes and High Peaks –Adirondack Family Time: Adirondack Coast - Plattsburgh to Ticonderoga –Adirondack Family Time: Central Adirondack –Adirondack Family Time: Southern Adirondacks – Lake George© Diane Chase, author ofAdirondack Family Time: Tri-Lakes and High Peaks (Your Four-Season Guide to Over 300 Activities)availableonlineor bookstores/museums now.

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