Top events going on around Glens Falls this weekend include: two holiday parades, two holiday shopping events, an author visit and a holiday paint and sip at the local children’s museum, an artist reception, and a musical performance. Plus, look ahead to Thanksgiving!
Celebrate the Holidays With a Parade
The 10th annual Holiday Lighted Tractor Parade is always epic – roughly 10,000 people attended last year! Find the route map and plan ahead for this festive event.
The South Glens Falls Holiday Parade will kick off from the intersection of William Street/Feeder Dam Road and Route 9, making its way up Saratoga Avenue through the Village. Santa wraps up the celebration!
Get Ahead on Gift Shopping
The first night of LARAC’s annual holiday shop is today, Friday, from 3pm to 5pm. Start off your holiday shopping right with handmade, locally created gifts!
November 18 – 19
The 41st annual Moreau Community Center Holiday Bazaar will feature over 25 vendors and crafters in addition to food, raffles, and family-friendly fun.
Bring the Kids to the Children’s Museum
World Awareness Children’s Museum welcomes local children’s book author and award-winning artist Anthony Richichi on Saturday. Richichi will be promoting his new book, the second in its series, Colorworld: The Adirondack Adventure.
Enjoy a family-friendly, Thanksgiving-themed paint and sip at the museum to usher in the holiday season.
Immerse Yourself in Art & Music
Check out vivid, abstract pieces from Vermont artist Friedrich Gross at this reception held at Salem Art Works.
The popular 19-piece band is performing at the Strand Theatre. Tickets are cheaper if you get them in advance!
Prepare to Jog in 30 Degree Weather
The Open Door Mission is hosting their second annual Gobble Wobble on Thanksgiving morning. Register ahead of time for this great cause! Walkers and kids welcome.