Cinco de Mayo is on a Friday this year, and there’s more to celebrate around the Lake George region, including the start of cruises on the lake. Check out what’s going on below!
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
The Heritage of Lake George is celebrating Friday’s holiday with live music from Quantum Cosmic, featuring members of Annie in the Water and Raisin, plus food trucks, tacos, and more.
Hear Great Tunes at the Winery
Peter Annelo is a soft rock singer-songwriter and guitar player who will be performing at Adirondack Winery’s Queensbury location on Friday.
Anthony Cubbage takes the stage at Adirondack Winery on Saturday. This singer-songwriter is known for his indie-folk music.
Saturday is I Love My Park Day, and the Warrensburg Beautification Committee is celebrating with some spring cleanup and planting. Volunteers will meet at the farmers market.
Get In On Yard Sale Deals
through May 6
The Spring Rummage Sale at the Caldwell Presbyterian Church is going on now through Saturday, with a Bag Sale on the last day.
May 6 & 7
The annual Lake George Community Garage Sale is Saturday and Sunday in the Town and Village of Lake George. Pick up a map at Shady Business on Canada Street, or at the Lake George United Methodist Church.
Embark On a Cruise
The Lake George Steamboat Company sets sail for the first time this season! Here are the cruises lined up for this weekend:
- Mohican Sightseeing Cruises on Saturday and Sunday
- Lac du Saint Sacrement Lunch Cruise on Saturday
- Lac du Saint Sacrement Brunch Cruise on Sunday