Got plans yet for the long weekend in Lake George? In addition to the last Fridays at the Lake and a major music festival happening, the local haunted tours have begun, the Lake George Triathlon is this weekend, plus find out where you can see fireworks!
Rock Out This Labor Day Weekend
Don’t miss the last Fridays at the Lake of the season, with Kick and The Schmooze performing at Shepard Park!
September 2 – 4
Three days. Over 18 bands. The spacious Charles R. Wood Park. It’s a recipe for a fantastic, music-filled weekend! Get ready for big-name groups like moe., Badfish, Annie in the Water, and many others.
Head to Rogers Memorial Park in Bolton Landing for music on the pier followed by fireworks.
Plan an Evening Out With a Wine Tasting
If you haven’t been to Adirondack Winery’s new tasting room in Queensbury, this Friday evening might be a great chance. Check out this special event that includes a tasting of seven different wines. Might be perfect for a date night!
Support the Triathletes
September 3 & 4
The annual Lake George Triathlon Festival is this weekend, with running, biking, and swimming, all with great Lake George views. There is no awards ceremony this year, but there are post-race food and beverages following the competition.
Get a Head Start on Haunted Tours
through September 5
If you’re one of those people that think of haunted and spooky fun the moment the calendar hits September 1, check out haunted history tours at Fort William Henry. General admission tickets are $22.
September 2 & 3
The Old Fort House Museum in Fort Edward, about 30 minutes from Lake George, is also offering haunted tours, at $15 per person.