January plunges on in Lake George – see what’s going on around the area this weekend, and plan ahead for ice bars coming in a couple of weeks.
Register for a Hike or Get In on Breakfast, Brunch & Booze
Note, there is not much snow on the ground currently. Check ahead with event organizers for updates on snowshoe hikes that may become hikes.
Experience the Wilton Wildlife Preserve at night with this guided hike. All ages are welcome!
If you’d prefer to snowshoe during daylight, Up Yonda Farm is continuing with their naturalist-led snowshoe hikes.
Enjoy some tunes with a wine tasting at Adirondack Winery, who is showcasing a different local artist at their Queensbury location each week.
The Lake George American Legion has an impressive breakfast menu at just $8 for adults and $5 for kids. For an extra $1 you can get strawberries and whipped cream on your waffles.
Adirondack Winery will welcome a Zumba fitness instructor on Sunday to lead a class. The brunch experience is separate, but you can save $5 if you add it on when you book.
Visit a Museum This Weekend
Current exhibitions at the Chapman include Groundwork: Labor in a Burgeoning Community (up through January 15), and Snapshot in Time: 1922 (up through February 5). The former highlights the early years of the lumber and paper mill industry in the Glens Falls/Queensbury region.
Plan Ahead: Ice Bars Are Coming
Ice bars are starting to be announced for the region! The four lined up for Lake George all start on January 20, so check out the options and mark your calendar.