The Lake George Community Band concerts and other outdoor live music starts soon, there’s a space-themed candy store coming to the Lake George Outlets, and check out upcoming events, including for the Fourth!
Events Coming Up to Get Excited About (And Plan for the Fourth!)
- Thursday Market Food Truck Corral: June 24 (and other dates)
- Le Creuset Flash Sale at Log Jam Outlets: June 24 – 27
- 5K Your Way for WAIT House: June 26 – July 6
- A Dose of Comedy at [farmacy]: June 27
- Lake George Community Band Concert: July 1
- Best 4th in the North: July 1 – 4
- Get the Led Out With Rich Ortiz at Charles R. Wood Park: July 2 & 3
- Reading of the Declaration of Independence at Fort William Henry: July 3 & 4
- Lake George Fireworks for the Fourth: July 4
News to Know on a Craft Beverage Trail, Great Escape & A New Candy Store
Drink Adirondack Craft Beverages, Get Rewarded
There is now a super easy-to-use digital “passport” for the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail, the Lake George Chamber of Commerce & CVB announced recently. There are 15 producers on the trail which covers Essex, Warren, Washington, and Saratoga Counties, and more are expected to be added.
Here’s how it works: You sign up on the website, and then the passport is ready to use immediately on your phone. That’s it! There’s no app to download, it’s just a one-tap access. As you gain points, you’ll get access to special offers and a chance to win Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail swag.
“The craft beverage industry is a year-round attraction that ranked high in consumer traveler surveys distributed by our destination partners to gain insight into what people are looking for when they visit our area,” Executive Director Gina Mintzer said in a statement.
A Quick Great Escape Update on COVID Restrictions
The Great Escape & Hurricane Harbor posted that as of June 19, theme park reservations, temperature checks, and social distancing will no longer be required of guests. If you’re unvaccinated, you should continue to wear a mask when social distancing isn’t possible.
There’s Going to Be a New, Intergalactic Candy Store in Town
Chad Rabinovitz, who previously headed up the Adirondack Theatre Festival, is launching his own candy store, The Candy Space. We’re saying “launching,” because it’s space-themed and will allow guests to launch their candy in a rocket ship.
According to their website, they plan to offer 1,000+ candies, 12 flavors of stardust, space toys, and the one-of-a-kind candy flights. They’ll open sometime this summer at French Mountain Commons.