Visiting the Lake George Region this weekend and looking for things to do? You’ve come to the right place! From early Independence Day parties to the area’s top festivals, we’ve highlighted some of the can’t-miss events happenings from June 29 – July 1.
Start Your 4th of July Celebration Early
Plan a trip to Ticonderoga at the northern end of Lake George this weekend for the community’s annual Best 4th in the North Celebration! This multi-day event will feature everything from a parade to live music, games, activities, food and vendors, and a spectacular fireworks show.
Join The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom in Queensbury for five days of fun at their 4th of July celebration! The festival area will include special games, live DJs, even more entertainment. Best of all, there will be brilliant fireworks displays each night.
Enjoy Live Music & Shows
Get ready for another concert this Friday at Shepard Park in Lake George Village! This week’s featured performers will be the Moriah Formica Band and the Jonathan Newell Band. The concert will run from 6:00pm-9:30pm.
Don’t miss the annual American Music Festival for the Lake at the Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George. This two-day music festival will feature free concerts with music beginning at 1:00pm on both days.
From now through July 27, Adirondack Theatre Festival will present Robin Hood in Glens Falls at the Charles R. Wood Theater’s cabaret space. This dinner theatre for kids will give young theatre-goers a chance to enjoy a meal and get involved in the live performance.
Attend a Fun Festival or Party
Check out St. James’ Episcopal Church in Lake George Village this weekend for a three-day craft festival featuring products by more than 20 Adirondack artists. There will also be food and beverages available for purchase.
Looking for something fun to do with the family on Saturday? Enjoy a community party at Granville’s Veteran’s Memorial Park from 11:00am-2:00pm! Admission is free, and the event will offer plenty of activities for the kids.
Spend Time in the Great Outdoors
Want to watch some exciting baseball action? Head over to East Field in Glens Falls as the hometown Glens Falls Dragons take on the Oneonta Outlaws on Friday at 7:05pm.
The inaugural Adirondack 15K Race will be held this Saturday in the Lake George Region. Participants will begin the race at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury and make their way to the Warren County Bike Path and Battlefield Park in Lake George.