Staying at Home? No Problem! Check Out Lake George Area Virtual Activities
Stay social and engaged online as we work to flatten the curve through social distancing. Discover below how you can still enjoy everything you love about your favorite Lake George area attractions and activities through virtual events, tours, exhibitions, and more.
Jump to: Musical Performances & Theater | Art Exhibitions | History Museums | Educational Fun & Libraries | Tastings & Happy Hours
Curator of Education at The Hyde gets ready to launch a Hidden Histories Audio Tour.
Musical Performances & Theater
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
Adirondack Lakes Center for Arts in Blue Mountain Lake presents the ALCA-Selzter Series - online relief from the headaches of social distancing. Watch their Facebook for regular videos.
Lake George Music Festival
Watch the Lake George Music Festival's Quarantine Concert Series, streamed live on their Facebook page every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 7PM.
The Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake hosts a "virtual, germ-free, stay-at-home theater" on Facebook with play readings, workshops, storytelling, reruns of favorite plays, and more.
The Strand Theatre
The Strand Theatre in Hudson Falls is also making their events virtual, with live streaming of concerts on their Facebook and Instagram.
The Hyde Collection
The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls is one of the Northeast's most exceptional art museums, and they've put their current exhibits up on their website. They're also keeping busy on Facebook with video discussions, audio tours, and more.
LARAC in Glens Falls has been busy on Facebook posting virtual tours, talks with artists, and more.
NorthWind Fine Arts
Check out Poetry & Art videos from the NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery in Saranac Lake, which mirrors the Art & Poetry collaboration they do every April.
Adirondack Experience, the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake
Adirondack Experience, the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake has issued a statement on their website that they are at work developing virtual programming, including online lectures and workshops.
Fort Ticonderoga has announced a 2020 Digital Campaign with interactive programs, engaging lectures, and a preview of the many experiences that will be featured on-site once the physical gates open.
Educational Fun & Libraries
Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library Sytem
The Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System is hosting a series of Virtual French Conversations via Zoom. All levels are welcome, and you can drop in at any time.
Check Out Upcoming Conversations
Crandall Public Library
Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls has been posting a slew of fun and educational videos, including a tour of a pharmaceutical lab, folklife concerts, and more.
Horicon Public Library
The Horicon Public Library in Brant Lake typically hosts scavenger hunts, so they've moved this activity online for "window scavenger hunts."
North Country Children's Museum
The North Country Children's Museum in Potsdam is posting STEAM at home videos on their Facebook page. Kids can learn how to make a Cartesian diver, spray chalk, rain gauge, and more.
The Wild Center
The Wild Center in Tupper Lake has added a digital page to their website, where you can take a virtual tour, watch Lunchtime Live videos, check out learning programs, view live cameras, and more.
Enjoy The Wild Center Digitally
Tastings & Happy Hours
Adirondack Winery has been posting virtual wine tastings on their Facebook page, along with a tour of their Queensbury headquarters.
Print Out a Wine Tasting at Home Sheet
Think NY Drink NY
Think NY Drink NY is hosting daily virtual happy hours, and Adirondack-based breweries like Paradox Brewery, Great Adirondack Brewing Company, and Big Slide Brewery & Public House have participated or are scheduled to.
See the Virtual Happy Hour Schedule