Chefs on Parade-Northern Tour - Chefs from some of the finest restaurants will present their famous culinary talent by cooking in the gourmet kitchens of 14 lovely new Parade Homes. Friday 6/8 Northern Tour 5pm-10pm. $35. Capital Region Builders & Remodelers Association.
Jazz Concert at SaratogaArtsFest – Free. 5:15pm-6pm. Visitor’s Center, downtown Saratoga.
Relay for Life - Overnight relay-style event. Teams of people camp out around a track. Members of each team take turns walking around the track for the duration of the event. Food, games and activities provide entertainment and fundraising opportunities. Family-friendly environment for the entire community. 7pm-7am. Free. Shenendehowa High School Track.
Friends Spring Used Book Sale – Free. 1pm-5pm. Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, Clifton Park.
The Waldorf School Open House and ArtsFest Venue – Take part in our ArtFest offerings; Storytelling, dance performances, circus arts workshops, and FREE wood fired pizza! 9:30am-12:30pm. Free. Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs.
5th Annual Car & Craft Show - Featuring custom, antique, classic, muscle and custom cars along with crafters and vendors. 10am-3pm. HealthPlex, Clifton Park. Rain date 6/10.
5th Annual Car & Craft Show - Featuring custom, antique, classic, muscle and custom cars along with crafters and vendors. 10am-3pm. Rain date 6/10. HealthPlex Fitness, Clifton Park.
Strike-Out Cancer Bowling - Benefits a local Ballston Spa family affected by lung cancer striking their wife and mother. 4pm-6pm. Saratoga Strike Zone, Saratoga Springs.
Beekman Street Art Fair – A juried art and craft fair, with musical groups, street performers, and gourmet food trucks. 10am-5pm. Free. For more info: 583.2120.
32nd Saratoga County Golf Crusade – Four-person scramble. Includes golf, light breakfast, lunch, dinner, beverage on the course. Great raffle prizes and games. 7:15am-4pm. $150. Van Patten Golf Course, Jonesville.
3rd Annual Lemonade Stand to Benefit Hannah’s Hope Fund - Concert by local performer Diana Payette (also known as Grama Tippy-Toes) and the students from the nursery school (ages 2-4) will be selling lemonade and baked goods at the nursery school. 9:30am-noon. The Clifton Park Nursery School “The Little Red Schoolhouse”, Clifton Park.
Family Walks in the Woods-Hennig Preserve - Get out and enjoy nature with your kids. We will walk on land conserved and maintained by Saratoga P.L.A.N. Walking children, babies in slings, toddlers in strollers, all welcome. Free. 11am. Hennig Preserve.
Skidmore College Saratoga Classic Horse Show – A highlight of the early summer season in Saratoga. The Show originally dates back to 1927 and for decades it showcased Skidmore riders competing in equitation and jumper classes, as well as other special events such as high jumping, relay racing and musical chairs. The show has escalated in stature and is considered to be one of the premiere equestrian events of its type in the country. 9am-5pm. Free. Saratoga Race Course, Saratoga Springs.
Love and Light Benefit for Jonah - Hungry? Have a Heart? Eat dinner at these local restaurants to help Jonah, a TILT* and Energetically Sensitive* child get an education that will support his health, social-emotional, educational and behavioral needs. 5pm-11pm. The Living Room, Saratoga Springs.
Doggie Yappy Hour - Join Sloppy Kisses and area dog lovers for this fun event! Come for Cocktails, Food and Doggie Fun!! Dogs must be well socialized and leashed at all time (Sniffing and Tail Chasing is allowed). 6pm-8:30pm. Free. PJs BBQ.
Malta League of Arts - Art Show - Opening Reception of Arts Attitudes! Show to be held in The Historic Round Lake Auditorium. $20. 6pm-8pm. Historic Round Lake Auditorium.
3rd Annual Saratoga Brewfest – 3pm-7pm. Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa.
20th Annual Whipple City Festival Parade - The theme this year is the Sunday Comics. Dream up an ingenious float for the Friday evening parade as part of the Whipple City Festival celebration. 6pm. Free. Main Street, Greenwich.
Capital Consignments Family Sale - Capital Consignments Family Sale holds seasonal sales (June and October) for men, women and children's clothing, shoes, accessories, small furniture, toys, games, electronics and more! 4pm-8pm. Saratoga Independent School.
Saratoga County’s 17th Annual Sundae on the Farm – June is Dairy Month... Bring the whole family on Father's Day to Learn about Agriculture, Guided Tour of a working Dairy Farm, Food Demos by local Chefs using local products, Farmers' Market, Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Live Music, Spelling Bee, Stewart's Ice Cream Eating Contest, Children's activities and more! Noon-4pm. Free tours. Eildon Tweed Farm, West Charlton.
The FOX23 News Golf Invitational – Help raise funds for Saratoga Hospital Foundation's Nursing Scholarship Program. $100. Saratoga National Golf Club, Saratoga Springs.
1st Annual Saratoga Parrot Head Festival - Featuring Island inspired fun and Jimmy Buffet Tribute Bands. Plus much more fun planned for this incredible celebration! Saratoga County Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa.
14th Annual George J. Dennis Memorial Golf Tournament - Sean Fister Returns! Get up close to "The Beast". Watch his demo then get one-on-one tips from the pro! 11am. McGregor Links Country Club, Saratoga Springs.
8th Annual ‘Teed off for Tots’ Awards Banquet – Albany County Correctional Facility for Children's Benefit, Inc. is Correctional facility staff and volunteers supporting seriously ill children in the capital region of Albany New York since 2001. $25. 2pm-5pm. Fairways of Halfmoon, Mechanicville.
10th Annual Opera Saratoga Ball - Combines fine dining, live music, dancing, and guest operatic performances along with live/silent auctions to benefit Opera Saratoga. 7pm. $150-$250. Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs.
Family Fun Day - The Saratoga Springs History Museum invites you to Family Fun Day. This free event will offer families the chance to visit with historical re-enactors, participate in games and crafts, enjoy face painting, free balloons and more. 10:30am-3:30pm.
All-American BBQ & Dessert Festivals - Taste the best BBQ and desserts from local restaurants at these competitions during Saratoga's All-American Celebration. $1. 11am-3pm. Participating restaurant.
18th Annual Saratoga Secret Gardens Tour - Faturing a dozen striking gardens in and around Saratoga Springs.
Circus Smirkus - Backed by coaches, cooks, crew, and musicians, the Troupers perform to sell-out crowds in a 750-seat European-style one-ring Big Top tent! See the top young talent in Circus Arts today. Circus Smirkus is the only youth circus in America touring under its own Big Top Tent! 7pm-9pm. Adults $20, kids 2-12 $17. Saratoga Race Track.
Saratoga Bridges Annual Gala: 'The White Party' - $150, $100 (under $35). 7pm-11pm. Saratoga Springs.
Vapor Fundraising Party for Jake’s Help From Heaven – 9pm. $5. Vapor Nightclub, Saratoga Springs.
July 29-August 14
The Saratoga Chamber Music Festival - A musical masterpiece in an intimate setting - The Saratoga Chamber Music Festival is SPAC's best kept secret in our Spa Little Theatre. Be a part of the magic! Tickets, www.spac.org. 8pm.
Schenectady County Downtown Flea Market & Craft Fair 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month - Antiques, collectibles, jewelry, books, gourmet food, artwork – everything you need in one place! 10am-2pm. Along the Jay Street Marketplace in downtown Schenectady.
Soroptimist of Schenectady 9th Annual Garden Tour - $12 advance/ $15 day of. 10am-4pm. Schenectady County.
3rd Annual Walk 4 Friendship – 5k/Family walk, Bouncy Houses, face painting and fun activities for all ages. 10am-2pm. Rain or shine. Free. Central Park, Schenectady.
12th Annual Juneteenth Celebration – This event pays tribute to a significant moment in African-American, and American history - the date when the last slaves in America were freed. Activities include an interdenominal faith service, a Father's Day tribute, workshops, vendors, arts and crafts for children and activities for the whole family. Free. Central Park, Schenectady. For more info: 346.1262.
Upper Union Street Bid Strawberry Fest & Art Show - Strawberries a dozen different ways, family friendly activities, pony rides, baby farm animals, farmer’s market, gourmet food market, art, food, music & more. 10am-3pm. For more info: 372.7963.
11th Annual Camp Bisco - Music Festival in the Capital Region - 3-day festival will have more than 100 performances, 5 stages, 2 dane tents, performance art & workshops and silent disco. India Lookout Country Club, Mariaville.
3rd Annual Wags & Whiskers Family Fun Fair - Enjoy a whole day of family fun at the Mabee Farm Historic Site in Rotterdam Junction. 11am-4pm. Free, donations accepted. Mabee Farm Historic Site, Rotterdam Junction.
Schenectady County Summer Night – Street performers, live music, food and drink vendors, fireworks, kid’s activities. 5pm-10pm. www.schenectadycounty.com
Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium
Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady
Admission to the Museum is $5 for children, $6.25 for seniors, and $7.50 for adults; add $4 for a Planetarium show. General admission to the Museum is FREE during Power Hour, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM the first Sunday of every month. The Museum & Planetarium and the Museum Shop are open Thursday and Friday, 12PM – 5PM; Saturday and Sunday 11AM – 5PM. For more information, please call 518-382-7890 or visit www.SchenectadyMuseum.org
FETCH! Lab: Motion Picture - Create a thaumatrope – an optical illusion toy that makes two pictures look like one FREE with Museum admission. 1pm-2:30pm
June 7-10, 14-17, 21-24, June 28-July 1
NEW! Hidden Power Demos - Explore energy, electricity generation and efficiency with Museum educators. These interactive demonstrations rely on audience participation and use manipulatives, providing an interactive learning opportunity. Free with Museum admission. 2:30pm-3:30pm.
June 9 & 10, 17-17, 23-24
Science Discovery Demos: Photos Under a Microscope - Have an explosive visit with this bonus educational opportunity! See what happens when you look at photographs with a microscope at this educator-led science demo. 12:30pm – 1pm. Free with Museum admission.
June 14 & 16
Little Wonders of Science: Move! - Introduce children ages 3 to 5 to science with Move! and a special activity. Advance registrants receive a FREE book (while supplies last) and materials to continue the study of science at home. Space is limited. Call 382.7890 x 224 to register. 11am. Free with Museum admission.
FETCH! Lab: Screaming String Thing - What a racket! Turn an ordinary cup and string into a screeching, squawking sound machine. 1pm-2:30pm. Free with Museum admission.
Father’s Day Make and Take! - Come to the Schenectady Museum and make something special for Dad at this hands-on activity! Free with Museum admission. 1pm-2:30pm.
FETCH! Lab: Whodunit? - Use your detective skills to uncover the identity of a mystery powder. 1pm-2:30pm. Free with Museum admission.
June 28-July 1
FETCH! Lab: Set It Straight - Build a tabletop seesaw using household items. 1pm-2:30pm. Free with Museum admission.
Power Hour @ Schenectady Museum - Enjoy an hour of FREE general Museum admission the first Sunday of each month. 11am-noon.
FETCH! Lab: Thrill Ride - Design a crazy roller coaster track to race marbles. 1pm-2:30pm.
July 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29:
Science Discovery Demos: Physics - Have an explosive visit with this bonus educational opportunity! Have fun with physics at this educator-led science demo. 12:30pm-1pm. Free with Museum admission.
NASA’s Driven to Explore Exhibit - Discover the story of NASA, touch a four billion-year-old moon rock brought back aboard Apollo 17, and more! Planetarium Shows running every half hour. Space ice cream and other food available for purchase. 7/12 noon-9pm; 7/13 noon-5pm. Free with Museum admission, $2 for Planetarium show.
FETCH! Lab: Rescue Mission - Design a hook and retrieve a capsule submerged in water. 1pm-2:30pm.
Little Wonders of Science: Phases of the Moon - Introduce children ages 3-5 to science with Phases of the Moon and a special activity. Advance registrants receive a FREE book (while supplies last) and materials to continue the study of science at home. Space is limited. Call to register. 11am. Free with Museum admission.
FETCH! Lab: Stack ‘em Up - Use your engineering skills to build a tower of cups as high as possible. 1pm-2:30pm.
FETCH! Lab: Toy Chemistry - Mix up a gooey solid you can mold and stretch into weird shapes. 1pm-2:30pm.
432 State Street, Schenectady
Indulge: A Night Out for Women - 5:30pm. GE Theatre.
Susan Sanford’s School of Dance presents Imagination - 6:30pm. Mainstage.
Merritt Dance Center 59th Annual Recital – 4pm. Mainstage.
Ferrara Dance Studio – Get Up and Dance – 12:#0pm. Mainstage.
Laughter Hangamma – 6:30pm. GE Theatre.
Orlando School of Dance Put Your Best Foot Forward – 7pm. Mainstage.
MVP Health Care Organ Concert Series Avery Tunningley – Noon. Mainstage.
Proctors on Tap – 5pm. Arts District.
Blue Man Group - Mainstage
July 23-August 10
Reel Adventures: Young Filmmakers 2012. Arts District.
Through November 30
Iroquois Indian Museum 2012 Exhibition: "Birds & Beasts in Beads: 150 Years of Iroquois Beadwork" - Featuring decorative beaded personal and household items made by Iroquois women. Purses, picture frames and pincushions using images of birds and animals were produced for American and Canadian women during the late 19th century. Howes Caves. For more info: 296.8949; www.iroquoisindianmuseum.org
Through September 2
Gilboa Museum – Open weekends only Noon-4:30pm. The Oldest Tree Fossils in the World and Photos and Artifacts from the Village that DOESN'T exist! 2012 will feature "The Gilboa Forest" New Fossil Discoveries; New Hypothesis! See new fossils exposed by the flood and the reconstruction of the Gilboa Dam. These recently discovered fossils force a new hypothesis, and clarify our understanding of our prehistoric past. EOSPERMATOPTERIS - These fossils were found in 2010 during the Gilboa Dam Reconstruction project. They are sandstone casts of the tree stumps from the famous Gilboa Fossil Forest dating from the middle Devonian Period (380 million years ago). For more info: www.gilboafossils.org
Don Conklin Youth Fishing Derby - Join us at the Middleburgh Rod & Gun Club. Registration starts at 10am, Derby hours 11am-1pm. No Entry Fee! Lots of Prizes! Please bring your own bait (no lures, no fly fishing and no minnows) freshly stocked trout! Free. For more info: 231.3508.
Howe Caverns Hill Challenge – Rain or shine! Walk or run the scenic Howe Caverns driveway. $12 per person or $40 for a family of four. 100% of proceeds will benefit Golden Heart Rescue. Free water bottles to the first 50 registered participants. Registrations forms available at howecaverns.com or call 296.8900.
June 9-10, 16-17
Gas-Up - Steam Engines & Tractors, Gas Tractors, Shingle Making, Drag Saws, Antique Cars & Trucks, Antique Marine Engines, Chicken Bar-B-Que, Fast Foods, Homemade Ice Cream, Restrooms (Showers). Camping Available (no hook-ups). Free admission & parking. No dogs please. Schoharie. For more info: 355.2446.
Howe Caverns, Inc. - Annual Hill Challenge - A "fun" run/walk down Discovery Drive and then the real challenge - return to the top of Discovery Drive! This event will benefit Golden Heart Rescue of Gilboa. Howes Caves. For more info: 296.8990; www.howecaverns.com
Sunnycrest Orchard Farm Market & Greenhouses - Annual Tractor & Gas Engine Show - Featuring John Deere tractors and possibly one of every tractor model built from 1925 to 1975! Plowing demonstrations, tractor pulls, vendors, entertainment and lots more. Sharon Springs. For more info: 284.2256; www.sunnycrestorchards.com
American Hotel - Meet the Artist: Festival - You have enjoyed our Meet the Artist program over the years...now come to see our repertoire of artists exhibiting on one day! Featuring R.C. Oster, Tom Jessen, Richard Walker, Kate Ehle and many more! 10am-6pm. Sharon Springs. For more info: 284.2105; www.americanhotelny.com
Cavalcade of Cars/Father's Day Brunch & Barbecue - Just in time for Father's Day...classic cars, hot rods, and show cars on the Howe Caverns Estate. And, what could be better than to treat Dad to a fabulous brunch or yummy barbecue while enjoying the car show? Howes Caves. For more info: 296.8990; www.howecaverns.com
Iroquois Indian Museum - Native American Artisan Series - Natasha Smoke Santiago, Mohawk painter and sculptor demonstrates at Iroquois Indian Museum. Howes Caves. For more info: 296.8949; www.iroquoismuseum.org
New York Power Authority - American Mountain Men Weekend – Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center. For more info: 800.724.0309; www.nypa.gov
New York Power Authority Summer Hike - For more info: 800.724.0309; www.nypa.gov.
Jefferson Heritage Day - All are welcome to a full day celebration offering a variety of entertainment including a Parade at 11am featuring local Fire Departments, vintage vehicles, Scout Troops and other organizations. The Village Green bursts with free activities for everyone beginning at 8am. Magic shows, face painting, blacksmith demonstrations, quilt show, petting zoo, wagon rides, silent auction are only a few of the highlights. Live music under the big tent begins at 2pm and continues until 11pm. The local Church, Mason Hall, Fire Department, and Maple Museum all host special displays. A special feature will be the Jefferson Corner. Showcasing Jefferson businesses who will present their products or services. Locally produced honey, bread, jam, yogurt, cheese are only few of the products to be offered. For more info: 294.6066; www.enjoyjefferson.com
New York Power Authority - Antiques & Vintage Car Show – Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center, North Blenheim. For more info: 800.724.0309.
Village of Middleburgh - Annual Middleburgh Craft Fair - Many craft vendors participate along with baked goods provided by local organizations. 9am-5pm. Municipal Building, Middleburgh. For more info: 827.5143.
174 Lape Road, Esperance
Public Star Party - Cancelled if the skies are mostly cloudy. Free admission and parking, but donations to aid the Arboretum are always welcome. 10pm.
Capturing Nature: Digital Camera Nature Photography - Learn to use your basic digital camera to capture beautiful memories in the natural environment at Landis Arboretum. 10am-12pm. Members $5/person, $15/family; non-members $10/person, $25/family.
Garden Party - Join us for a twilight dinner, live entertainment, silent auction, and cash bar, all under the Great Tent among the rolling hills of the sweeping Schoharie Valley Countryside. $40 per person before 6/10, $45 per person after. 4:30pm-8:30pm.
Secrets of Woodlot Management - Woodlot owners will learn how to make their properties more valuable, productive, accessible, beautiful and healthier. Landis and NYFOA members $35; non-members $45. 10am-2:45pm.
Wading for Wiggly Water Wonders - Join us as we scoop up pond creatures and learn about their names and life cycles. Members $5/person, $15/family; non-members: $10/person, $25/family. 2pm-3:30pm.
Pruning: The Basics...and Beyond! - Learn the when, why and how to prune trees and shrubs. Members $35, non-members $50. 9am-noon. Register by 6/25.
The Finnegan's Wake Music Festival - Join us for a great lineup of local musicians playing in our intimate. Suggested donation $10. 5pm.
Propagation 1: Growing New Plants from Hard and Soft Woody Perennials - Class size limited to 10. Members $10, non-members $20. 10am-noon..
Using Map & Compass - Be safe in the woods if the battery dies in your GPS! Learn how to use topographic maps and navigate with a magnetic compass, then test those navigation skills with a simple compass navigation game. Members $5/person, $15/family; non-members: $10/person, $25/family. 2pm-3:30pm.
Public Star Party - Overview in the Meeting House followed by the opportunity to use a variety of telescopes to view nebulae, star clusters, galaxies, planets, and other celestial sights. Canceled if skies are mostly cloudy. 10pm. Free, donations appreciated.
Mid-summer Night Hike - Join us to use your night vision and rabbit ears to find our nocturnal neighbors the bat, frogs and all the summer night time creatures that live in the ponds, fields and woods. Members $5/person, $15/family; non-members$10/person, $25/family.
The Mettawee River Theatre Company presents Communications From a Cockroach - Archy and the Under Side, drawn from the Archy and Mehitabel sketches written in the 1920s by noted humorist and poet Don Marquis. 8pm.
29th Annual Americade - The world's largest multi-brand motorcycle touring rally. Americade draws over 50,000 riders and passengers each year for a week of events, exhibits and vendors. Lake George. For more info: www.lakegeorge.com/americade.
2nd Annual Rhubarb Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers' Market -Locally grown rhubarb available, information on how to grow rhubarb will be provided by Warren County Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners, rhubarb recipes and website information, samplings of dishes using rhubarb, bring your favorite rhubarb dish for all to taste and win a prize. rhubarb - friend or foe?, music in the Gazebo. 3pm-6pm. For more info: 466.5497.
Girl Scout Day At The Great Escape - Celebrate the Girls Scouts 100th Anniversary with a party at The Great Escape you can't miss and a live performance by GIRLS NIGHT OUT! 10am-8pm. $20 + tax. Great Escape, Lake George.
Bolton, Bikes and Bands in Bolton Landing - Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing.
Boy Scout Day at the Great Escape! - What's made of cardboard and tape and must be able to float? Your homemade cardboard boat! Sink or swim trying to paddle your troop across the Lumberjack Splash Wave Pool in your cardboard boat during our Cardboard Boat Regatta. 9am-11am. Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom.
French & Indian War Reenactment – Rogers Memorial Park, Bolton Landing.
Summer Open House - Tour the Shirt Factory's artist's studios, shops, galleries and services! Free. 10am-5pm. The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls.
41st Annual LARAC June Arts Festival – Free. 10am-5pm. Glens Falls City Park, Glens Falls.
Centurion New York – Bicycle ride with start/finish line will be on Beach Road, and the course will take racers and riders over Tongue and Graphite Mountains and through Bolton Landing, Hague, Chestertown, Pottersville, North Creek, Wevertown, Brant Lake, Warrensburg and Lake Luzerne. Prices vary upon registration.
Freedom Walk of the Adirondacks - This physically active and enjoyable benefit walk for the Wounded Warrior Project will step off at 10am with registration at 9am. The walk will begin at Fern Park in Inlet and end at Van Auken's Inne in Thendara following South Shore Road, all the way through Old Forge to the Green Bridge Road.$25. 9am. Fern Park, Inlet.
SunKiss Balloon Festival – Watch over 30 balloons take off daily and enjoy tons of family-friendly activities. 5am-8pm. Free. Warren County Airport.
East Coast Tattour - One of the largest tattooing and piercing tours in the industry. Come and get inked! Or just admire the amazing artwork! 11am. Lake George Forum.
Summer Splash Gala - A dinner dance and auction. Proceeds benefit the Floating Classroom program and lake saving projects throughout the watershed. $150 per person. 6:30pm-10:30pm. Inn at Erlowest, Lake George.
July 16, 25
Take A Bite! In Downtown Glens Falls - Snack and stroll each Wednesday this summer and enjoy the beauty of summer in Glens Falls, while experiencing the best of downtown restaurants and retailers! 5pm-7pm. Downtown Glens Falls.
Arthritis Foundations 2012 Jingle Bell 5k Run/Walk - Early Bird Registration-through 6/15/12 $20, standard registration prior to event $25, day of $30. 7am-9:45am. Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom.
Lake George Annual Loon Census - Help count the loons on Lake George as part of the Wildlife Conservation Society's (WCS) Adirondack Annual Loon Census. 8am-9am. Free. Lake George Lake-wide.
Annual Million Dollar Duck Race in Glens Falls - Buy a duck for $5 and watch it race through Haviland Cove to the finish line. Plus you could win one million dollars! 11am-2pm. Haviland Cove, Glens Falls.
Route 74E, 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga • 585.7450; www.fortticonderoga.org
Battle of Carillion Living History Weekend - Come see the French Soldiers who garrisoned Fort Carillon, built and held the great log breastwork of General Montcalm in 1758. 9:30am.
Garden Party Fundraiser - Enjoy the King's Garden in its full beauty! Live music, food and good company within the walls of the King's Garden guarantee a magical afternoon. 10am. Reservations required.
Living History Weekend: Defiance and Independence, The 1777 Capture of Fort Ticonderoga – The Fort is recreated and remembered on July 1777, when General Burgoyne skirted around Fort Ticonderoga and Fort Independence, only to place cannon atop Mount Defiance aimed at the bridge between the two American Forts, forcing the retreat of General St. Claire's rearguard. 9:30am. Adults $16, seniors $14, kids 5-12 $8.
Annual Fife and Drum Corps Muster - Featuring corps from around the northeast. Music of fifes and drums fill the air throughout the day. 9:30am. Adults $16, seniors $14, kids 5-12 $8, under 4 free.
Community Clambake – 4pm-6pm. Call for reservations.
Glens Falls Symphony Concert – 6pm.