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Lake George: Martha's Dandee Ice Creme

Sunday - Thursday 11 am - 9 pm Friday - Saturday 11 am - 10 pm  © Diane Chase is the author of the Adirondack Family Activities™ guidebook series, Adirondack Family Time™, which is available online or bookstores/museums/sporting good stores. Diane is currently working on the third guidebook in the four-book series of Adirondack Family Activities™.

Adirondack Scenic Chairlift Rides

By Diane Chase Don't just go up these Adirondack Mountain in the winter time during ski season. Enjoy a scenic view from the summit in the summer or fall.  Take a picnic, binoculars and even a light jacket. It can be a bit breezy on top.  McCauley Mountain Summer Rates:  Adults $6, Juniors (ages 6-16)/seniors (over 65) $5, Children age 5 & under free Hours:  Open Daily except Tuesdays 9am to 4:15pm (Closed Tuesdays except holiday weeks) Whiteface Mountai n June 15 – 24  |  Friday - Sunday June 29 – September 3  |  Daily  Closed Sunday July 22  for Ironman September 7 - October 14  |  Friday - Sunday  Monday, October 8 Hours: 9 am - 3:30 pm Summer Rates = Adults (13-64)/ $19, Juniors (7-12), Seniors (65+)/$13

Lake George Theatre Lab Schedule 2012

Lake George Theater Lab Shakes on the Lake is a fresh modern take on Shakespeare’s classic plays. Run by Daniel Spector from The Classical Studio at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Shakes on the Lake Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare Directed by Daniel Spector July 5 th  10:30 AM • July 6 th  10:30 AM, 7:30 PM • July 7 th,  7:30 PM FREE and OUTDOORS!! New Play Lab Stupid *ing Bird by Aaron Posner Directed by Howard Shalwitz with Woolly Mammoth Theater Company June 30 th ; 6 PM • Bolton Free Library Original Ghost Stories Written by the Youngblood Crew Directed by Rosemary Andress July 27th & 28th • The Sagamore

Summer Fireworks Over Lake George

Lake George has fireworks  at dusk every   Thursday  during the summer months of July and August. So head to Lake George Village at about 9:30 each week to watch the sparks fly... Oh yeah, and don't forget about  Fourth of July fireworks near Lake George !

Lake George Friday Night Concert Series

FRIDAYS AT THE LAKE Free live music at Lake George's Shepard Park June 15 Max Creek (The Classic Jam Band) They had so much fun at their 41st Anniversary Weekend in Lake George that they're coming back to offer a free show to their local fans!  Max Creek is a living, breathing historical study in a hugely significant yet too-often overlooked American subculture: the jam band. Thousands of shows, dozens of recordings and an army of fiercely loyal fans has made them one of the most beloved acts on both the festival and club live music circuits. June 29 Jeff Bujak Solo electronica dance music. This Northampton, MA based keyboardist has designed a new style within electronica. His music falls into a large pool of  instrumental dance genres, lands on one and leaps to the next while he wails on his keyboards to create something truly moving, smart and original. Bujack handcrafts his own beats and loops, then samples and performs his half improv/ half composed pieces live to cr

Adirondack Family Activities: Elvis is in Lake George

By Diane Chase I n Lake George this weekend the   Elvis Festival   opens this Thursday, June 2 with a free tribute concert at Shepard’s Park starting at 7:30 p.m. According to Festival Director Jason Sherry the concert is family-friendly and gives a sampling of what the weekend festivities hold. “Not only will people be able to see tributes to Elvis, James Brown, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson but also Johnny Cash and Neil Diamond. The musicians are all tributes,” says Sherry. “Friday night is about Rock and Roll History, which is where all the other tribute artists come in. Saturday is Elvis all day long. Elvis will be on a boat, playing in restaurants and seen all around Lake George.” Read more