Make plans now for Presidents’ Day Weekend in the Glens Falls region, including major winter events on Saturday and Sunday and lesser-known happenings worth checking out.
Please note, Fire & Ice is cancelled for this weekend due to unsafe ice.
Big Winter Fun for Everyone
Fire & Ice may be cancelled, but Fire on the Mountain is a go! West Mountain’s always popular winter event includes fireworks, a torchlight parade, live music, and a bonfire. Ten Most Wanted performs this year.
February 18 & 19
The Lake George Winter Carnival forges ahead to its third weekend. Note, the outhouse races have been moved to next weekend. On the docket we can look forward to: a soup and chowder cookoff, fireworks on Saturday night, the dog talent contest hosted by the Dog Cabin both days, and more.
The Valentine’s Spirit Is Still Strong
A Valentine Luminary Walk is happening at Moreau Lake State Park. Get outdoors and stay active together, then refuel with some hot chocolate at their warming hut.
through February 19
Valentine’s festivities continue at Adirondack Winery’s Queensbury location through this weekend, including with a special Fondue for Two tasting. The fondues will be available with their signature Gewurztraminer Champagne Cheddar Cheese Fondue and Barkeater Chocolates’ Dark Chocolate.
A Comedy Show & A Cider/Beer Crawl
Comedy Show at Adirondack Winery
Adirondack Winery is hosting their first-ever comedy show at their Queensbury location. Pat DieBiere headlines, with Mikael Gregg and Lauran Turczak opening the evening.
WashCo Cherry Cider & Beer Crawl
through February 20
Embark on the I Cannot Tell a Lie – WashCo Cherry Cider & Beer Crawl to various businesses in Washington County, vote for your favorites, and be entered to win a $25 gift certificate good at any of the six participating venues.
Educational Fun for the Kids
If you’re looking for something to do with the kids when you’re all off on Monday, check out this program offered free with admission at the World Awareness Children’s Museum, and also at the Children’s Museum at Saratoga. It focuses on Marie Van Brittan Brown, a black female inventor.