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Submitted by Sue Cameron on Jul 17, 2014
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Tags: Events
Schroon Lake, New York, has long been known for the incredible gathering of artistic talent during the summer months. Artists from far and wide gather at some of our most amazing music and art colonies here. IN LOVE WITH SHAKESPEARESo you thought William Shakespeare died decades ago eh? Well, deep in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains Shakespeare is alive and well. The Adirondack
Submitted by Kim Andresen on Jul 01, 2014
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They say you can never go back… I beg to differ. Year after year as a child my summers were spent in Schroon Lake. As I think about the upcoming Fourth of July and the hopping Summer Season, I am thrown back into the carefree days of making innocent summer memories - I can’t wait to introduce my almost-5 year old to these same adventures. My Dad was born in Pottersville, and his family had lived
Submitted by Sue Cameron on Jun 16, 2014
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Events are all over the calendar in the Schroon Lake Region during the next few weeks. There’s something for everyone! Strawberries, strawberries!If fresh, local strawberries are a favorite of yours, don’t miss the Schroon Lake-North Hudson Historical Society’s Strawberry Festival and opening day for the Museum on June 22, noon at the Museum on Main Street in Schroon Lake. Strawberry
Submitted by Chris Lang on May 29, 2014
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Tags: Hiking
On the TrailsOn a typical good weather weekend you’ll see plenty of hikers at the popular trailheads such as the Giant Mountain Roaring Brook Trailhead. When we arrived at the trailhead after a short drive from where we were staying in Schroon Lake, we parked on the side of the road since the parking lot was full of other hikers. Here we met up with a few friends to take one of the less
Submitted by Elizabeth Lee on May 21, 2014
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Schroon Lake Adirondack Region PaddlingEarly this spring I hiked the Short Swing Trail from Rte 74 to Tubmill March while there was still snow and ice under foot. At the beginning of the trail there is a little bridge that crosses the outlet of Eagle Lake and I resolved to come back and check out the paddling. Last week I was able to put together a trip and we had a great day. NYS Department of
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