Meeting set to plan for Cabin Fever event
Bolton Free Library is preparing for its second annual Cabin Fever fundraiser, set for Saturday Feb. 19. This year, it is to be held at the Town Garage in order to accommodate the large crowd that's anticipated. Those who would like to volunteer time or ideas, attend a Cabin Fever planning meeting set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18 at the Bolton library.
Girlfriends' Getaway to return for 2011
The second annual Girlfriends Getaway in Bolton is set for the weekend of May 13 through 15 at the Sagamore Resort. The deadline for tickets discounted by $10 is Jan. 31.
The event, which was considered a rousing success in its debut, will feature 18 workshops, presentations, and classes. They include: Zumba and Yoga by Lemon Tree Yoga in Glens Falls, Feng Shui and Adventures in Ghostbusting by Brenda Cary Jenks, Reiki and Animal Communication by Lindsay Rehm of Ladybird Light, Social Media by Michelle Miskally, Ten Keys to Unlock and Unleash Your Creative Potential by Beverly Down, plus kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding with the staff of Lake George Kayak.
This year there are two keynote speakers, WNYT 13 News Anchor Benita Zahn, and YNN-TV health and fitness reporter Marcie Fraser, back by popular demand.
All attendees will receive a welcome bag filled with free merchandise, samples, discounts and special offers. Jeffrey Strief, owner of Happy Jacks in Bolton will once again emcee the fashion show while the ladies enjoy a gourmet lunch at The Sagamore. For details on Girlfriends' Getaway, see: www.girlfriendsgetawaybolton.com. For tickets, call the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce at 644-3831.
Babe will be missed
Bobbi and Norm Crisp contacted us this week and said they'd like to acknowledge and say Thank You to all in the community who have expressed sympathy and offered kind wishes on the loss of their black labrador retriever, "Babe." The dog had earned the reputation as the unofficial "Mascot of Main St."