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Adventures in Conservation

Amy’s Adventure Race for the Lake, an event sponsored by the Lake George Land Conservancy’s Next Generation Committee, will be held this year on Saturday, September 30 at the Conservancy’s Amy’s Park Preserve in North Bolton. The 4.5 ... Read More

House on the Hill

Sometime between the end of the Civil War and the start of Spanish American War, Lake George ceased to be an agrarian community and became a fashionable watering hole -a transition captured perfectly in a beautifully restored house in Hague. Not only ... Read More

The Strand at One Hundred

Restored by the same architects who helped refurbish the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Strand Theatre in Hudson Falls is, against all odds, celebrating its one hundredth anniversary. And, as many had hoped, it is performing a role in Hudson Falls ... Read More

Visualizing “Jazz at the Lake”

The Gruskin Group, the multi-disciplinary New Jersey-based design firm whose founder, architect Ken Gruskin, is a lake resident, first sponsored “Jazz at the Lake” in 2009. At the previous year’s festival, organizer and co-founder Paul Pines ... Read More

The Mind of the Welder

A painting, rather than an example of the sculpture that made David Smith famous, introduces the visitor to “Songs of the Horizon: David Smith, Music and Dance,” The Hyde Collection’s sensational exhibition that will close on September 17. A ... Read More