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Bolton Bulletin 9-18-10

Chamber Dinner Auction set

BOLTON LANDING - One of the most popular annual social events appreciated by entrepreneurs, area residents and visitors is coming up this Tuesday.

The Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce Dinner Auction is to be held Sept. 21 at The Sagamore Resort's Shelving Rock Terrace.

The event starts with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Attendees will be bidding for goods and services in both a live auction and silent auction to be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The fee to attend is $28, and reservations can be made by contacting the chamber at 644-3831.

Events continue in Bolton despite slowdown

With the summer visitors gone, Bolton Landing now has a more relaxed pace.

This post-Labor Day ambiance means its a perfect time for residents of the region to visit Bolton and enjoy leisurely shopping and dining - and experience our hometown hospitality in an unrushed way. This invitation is extended to all those attending the Lake George Jazz Weekend, an annual favorite that draws more than 1,200 enthusiasts of this indigenous American music idiom.

Also, we welcome those in town for either the annual Lake George Triathlon or the yearly In-Water Boat Show.

This week, of course, brings us the annual Lake George Restaurant Week, which features a three-course meal at 30 restaurants for the reduced rate of $17.57, commemorating the year that Fort William Henry was under siege.

Among those eateries offering the special deal are the Algonquin Restaurant at 4770 Lake Shore Dr. and Mr. Brown's Pub at 110 Sagamore Road. Two other restaurants participating, closer to Diamond Point, are the Rain Tree Restaurant at 3259 Lake Shore Dr. and the Boathouse Restaurant at 3210 Lake Shore Dr.

Also, don't forget the benefit event for the Sembrich Museum, to be held at the Bixby Estate Saturday, Sept. 18. See an accompanying article for all the details on this gala social happening.

Particularly for the seniors there's a Hayfield Tours bus trip Saturday, April 18, titled "Eating Secrets of Central Vermont." Participants are to meet the bus at the Bolton Senior Center at 7:15 a.m.

Don't forget that the Bolton After School Program is open to all local students in grades 1 through 5. The children will be dropped after school at the St. Sacrament Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall by bus and the schedule includes homework time, playtime, and project time. For details, call 409-2720.

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