Bolton's Folk Festival next weekend!
For those who enjoy the free-spirited lyrical ballads mixed with songs with social justice themes, there's Bolton Landing's own Fabulous Folk Festival set for 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday Sept. 5 in gorgeous Rogers Memorial Park.
The free event features a group of folk singers who have roots in the southern Adirondacks and central New York.
Set to perform are Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, the Nancy Walker Trio and Saratoga Faire. Berggren has been collecting, writing and singing folk music of the Adirondacks for the past 30 years.
Award-winning folksinger and songwriter Peggy Lynn has recorded four solo CDs and the same number with other artists. The park setting allows children have active fun nearby in a playground while others enjoy the folk music.
There is no better way to enjoy folk music than in such a beautiful setting with the shimmering waters of Lake George in the background.
Great Escape discount offered, film scheduled
Stop by the Bolton Chamber of Commerce for tickets to the Great Escape theme park for a mere $27, This is a substantial discount and tickets are still available. Exact change is appreciated.
Monday, Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m., the Marcella Sembrich Museum film series will be showing "The Chorus" at the Bolton Free Library.
Celebration to re-dedicate Bolton Town Pier
Town officials welcome all citizens to join the celebration and re-dedication of the new Bolton Landing set for Sunday Aug. 29. Live music will begin at 6 p.m. and the dedication will begin at 6:30. Following the celebration, the first 250 people arriving will enjoy a complimentary cruise on the Mohican.
Bolton Seniors' September activities set
• Wednesday Sept. 1 - Business Meeting at 10:30 a.m. includes election of officers, and trip sign-ups with payment due prior to the event. Upcoming trips include: Saranac Lake- $38, Eating Secrets of Central Vt.- $45, Eagle Mills Cider Mill- $10, Middlebury, Vt.- $30. ACC Culinary Experience- $8.