LARABEE'S POINT - The Henry Sheldon Museum presents two Lake Champlain Twilight History Cruises on Tuesday, July 13, and Thursday, July 22, on the historic waters of southern Lake Champlain. Join guest speaker Tom Hughes, manager of Crown Point State Historic Site for an evening cruise aboard the Carillon.
The boat is a 60 ft. replica of a 1920s Thousand Island-style cruise boat.
Hughes will recount the history of Lake Champlain as it flows north from Hands Cove to the open lake. Passengers are welcome to bring cameras and binoculars aboard.
The three-hour cruises are comfortable and informal. The Carillon departs promptly at 5:30 p.m. from Larrabee's Point in Shoreham, adjacent to the Fort Ticonderoga ferry at the end of Route 74 in Shoreham. Call 802-388-2117 for prices and details.