Catch up on local hauntings and happenings, see which Halloween event is returning with gusto this year, and find out what else is going on in and around Lake George!
Halloween Fun, A Fall Craft Fair & A Bowling Fundraiser
Here’s what’s coming up around the region:
- Haunted History Tours at Fort William Henry: October 28 – 30
- Fright Fest at Great Escape: October 29 – 31
- Bowl for Kids Sake in South Glens Falls: October 29 – 31
- Adirondack Winery Hallo-Wine: October 29 – 31
- Boo 2 You in Glens Falls: October 30
- FallFest Craft & Vendor Fair at The Barn at French Mountain: October 30
- First-Ever Warren County Sheriff’s Office Trunk or Treat: October 31
- HalloweenFest in Ticonderoga: through October 31
- Adirondack Winery Drink Pink: Week 4: through October 31
View the events calendar for more >>
Looking Ahead: The Rodeo in Glens Falls
The Adirondack Stampede Charity Rodeo returns to Glens Falls November 5 and 6. Get in on this chance to experience authentic rodeo entertainment and buy your tickets today. Proceeds benefit local charities, causes, and families in need!
Read more about what to expect at the rodeo >>
Your Quick News to Know Around Lake George
The Warrensburg Halloween Parade Returns
The Warrensburg Halloween Parade, cancelled last year, is back in action for 2021. The parade will begin at 4pm on Halloween at the Hudson Headwaters Health Center parking lot. Costume judging and trophies will take place at the new firehouse on Elm Street following the parade. Good luck to all the little ghosts and goblins!
Warren County Administrator Honored at LGCC & CVB Dinner
Each year the Lake George Chamber of Commerce & CVB honors organizations or individuals that help grow the local tourism economy at their annual dinner. This year, Warren County Administrator Ryan Moore received the STAR Award (Supporting Tourism Around the Region) at the October 21st dinner.
“Tourism is crucial to ensuring Warren County’s economy is strong and that the quality of life for our residents and tourists is vibrant,” Moore reportedly said. His comments about working in county government on behalf of the business community earned a standing ovation.
Lake George Looks Forward to Welcoming Canadian Visitors
It’s been announced that the US is lifting its restrictions with its border with Canada (and Mexico) to allow fully vaccinated individuals into the country on November 8.
Don Lehman, Warren County Director of Public Affairs, and Gina Mintzer, Executive Director of the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce, both spoke to CBS 6 News about how excited they are to see a new influx of visitors in time for the winter season. Pre-COVID, Lake George would see anywhere from 12 to 30 percent of business from Canadian travelers.
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- CBS 6 News: Lake George to welcome vaccinated international travelers in November