New Way Lunch is throwing an epic party in honor of their 100th anniversary! Come out to celebrate with their mouthwatering hot dogs, live music, and more. Also happening this weekend: an inaugural festival, the last Adirondack Theatre Festival performance of the season, and more.
Saturday, August 3
New Way Lunch turns 100 and they’re celebrating with a full block party along South Street and at the South Street Pavilion. Come out for live music from the East End Boys, kids activities, giveaways, and more.
Of course, you can’t miss out on the famous hot dogs! There will be a hot dog eating contest at 4:30pm, and they’re selling the delicious dogs for only a nickel from 5pm to 5:30pm.
Saturday, August 3 through Friday, August 9
The last Adirondack Theatre Festival production of the season starts this Saturday! Enjoy this musical drama that centers around family secrets.
Saturday, August 3 to Sunday, August 4
The Churney Gurney Mountain Bike & Trail Run takes place at Gurney Lane Recreation Park in Queensbury. The event includes games, contests, and more, and is a fundraiser for a summer camp for kids on the autism spectrum.
Sunday, August 4
This inaugural festival happens in Glens Falls City Park and it’s all about the wide variety of plant-based, eco-friendly, and vegan choices available in our area. Come check out vendors, crafters, and more.
Friday, August 2 to Sunday, August 4
Make sure to stop by this bash happening at Shepard Park in Lake George! It’s a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region, and it includes live music performances by The Refrigerators, Skeeter Creek, and more, along with other festivities.
through Sunday, August 4
Thinking about a visit to Great Escape in Queensbury? Now through Sunday you can donate 20 bottles or cans to Peaceful Acres Horses and receive 50% off general admission. PAH is a sanctuary for formerly at-risk and slaughter-bound equines.
Saturday, August 3
The 10th annual Parents 4 Programs fundraiser takes place at the Wedgewood Golf Club in Fort Edward. Proceeds go towards the Fort Edward Library’s summer reading program.