Three ice bars round out their season in Lake George this weekend, there’s a Winter Carnival kick off party, and we have some fun local news and contests for you to check out.
See Our Top Picks for Events Happening This Week Into Next
Here’s what’s going on:
- Thursday Night Winter Racing in Cole’s Woods: January 27
- Forest Ice Bar at the Holiday Inn Resort: January 28 & 29
- Glacier Ice Bar at The Sagamore: January 28 & 29
- Funky Ice Fest at Adirondack Pub & Brewery: January 28 & 29
- Lake George Winter Carnival Kickoff at Lake George Beach Club: January 29
- Lake George Area Ice Fishing Challenge: February 1 – 28
- Ice Castles Locals Night: February 2
- Locals Night at TR’s Restaurant: February 2
- Family Craft Program With Popcorn Seasoning at The Chapman: February 2
- Lake George Winterfest: through March 11
Quick News Around Lake George With A Fun Photo Contest & More
Got a Great Summer Sunset or Sunrise Photo of Lake George? Enter This Contest
You Could Win a Sweet Valentine’s Day Package
The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is teaming up with Adirondack Winery, the Log Jam Restaurant, and Holiday Inn Express & Suites Queensbury – Lake George Area to offer a romantic getaway package that includes: two Sunday tickets to the Festival, wine tasting for two at Adirondack Winery, a $75 gift card to the Log Jam, and an overnight stay at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites.
Get the details and enter. Good luck!
Poll Workers Are Needed in Warren County
The Warren County Board of Elections is working to fill open poll worker positions as the spring primary is around the corner. Historically, over half of poll workers have been 55 years of age or older, and therefore many have chosen to stay home because of the pandemic, sparking a need for more poll workers. Workers are paid for training and for each election day they work.
Learn more and how to apply here: https://www.elections.ny.gov/BecomePollworker.html
No New Invasive Species in Lake George
Here’s some good news: The Post Star reports that after eight years and 247,812 boat inspections performed, Lake George has seen no new invasive species. The last new invasive species reported was the spiny water flea in 2012.
- The Post Star: No new invasive species found in Lake George in 2021