Make plans for Father’s Day Weekend, check out an upcoming garden tour event in Warrensburg, and see what else is happening in Lake George, including some underwater fun!
Father’s Day Fun, Guided Hikes, Live Performances & More
Here’s what’s going on event-wise in the area:
- Adirondack Jeep Invasion: June 18 – 20
- Walk in Battlefield Park – Path Thru History: June 19
- Guided Hike Around Gull Bay Preserve: June 19
- Film – Creschendo at The Sembrich: June 21
- JeoPARKy at The Park Theater: June 23
- Lake George Community Band Concert: June 24
- Thursday Market & Food Truck Corral: June 24 (and other dates)
- 5K Your Way for the Wait House: June 26 – July 6
More Upcoming Fun & Things to Check Out in Lake George
CDPHP Bikes Are Now at Sprinkles Ice Cream Shoppe
Sprinkles Ice Cream Shoppe in Queensbury is conveniently located along the Warren County Bikeway. The nearby Country Club Road bikeway parking and CDPHP bike kiosk is considered the Sprinkles Ice Cream Station, but now, additional bikes have been placed at the ice cream shop itself. Bike on!
The Underwater Footage Fun Has Begun at the Lake George Steamboat Company
We previously reported on photographer Luke Dow undergoing an underwater footage project for the Lake George Steamboat Company wherein they check out sunken treasures that typically only scuba divers get to see.
The first posted shot on the Lake George Steamboat Company’s Facebook page is of the earliest known vessel that lies at the bottom of the Lake: the wreck of the John Jay, which launched in the spring of 1850. Follow them on Facebook to see more photos and read some backstories on what’s at the bottom of the lake.
Warrensburgh Beautification Sponsors Garden Tour Next Month
Love walking around gorgeous gardens? You can do it for a great cause on July 10 at the Summer Garden Tour & Presentation, a self-guided tour that will feature public and private gardens, along with some brief history about what you’re seeing, in Warrensburg and surrounding areas. A presentation will follow at the Warren County Fish Hatchery Pavilion.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of, and proceeds benefit the Warren Tannery Park and Heritage Trail.