Family fun at Winter Warm-Up
This Saturday, local residents will be enjoying the experience of a winter outing featuring some invigorating exercise, environmental education as well as friendly socializing and savory food.
All ages are invited to participate in the Winter Warm-Up event to be held at the Lake George Recreation Center and Berry Pond Preserve, off Transfer Road via state Rte. 9N in the town of Lake George.
Winter Warm-Up is the Lake George Land Conservancy’s free annual event that offers family-oriented wintertime fun.
Participants can enjoy delicious homemade soups, breads, hot chocolate and coffee, and toasting marshmallows by a bonfire. In addition, there will be live raptor and other wildlife presentations; wildlife pelts and bones; local fish display; stream and watershed models; maple syrup samples and tapping display; and state Environmental Conservation vehicles for inspection. Children and parents can also keep busy with make-and-take crafts, go on a natural scavenger hunt, learn about invasive species, and play games. They also have the opportunity to listen to some storytelling by the fire, and join an easy interpretive hike — perhaps on snowshoes, depending on the weather. For details, contact the Land Conservancy at: 644-9673, or: email@example.com.
‘Little Mermaid’ this weekend
BOLTON LANDING — Bolton Central School’s Drama Club will present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” on Friday March 22 and Saturday, March 23 in the school gym.
Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for students, and no charge for children 5 years and under. Tickets can be obtained at the door or reserved in advance by calling show director Paul Weick at 644-2400, ext. 436.
The students of Bolton Central have been devoting a lot of hours to the show, and it promises to offer fine family entertainment.
Cabin Fever Party well-attended
The recent Bolton Cabin Fever party, a fundraiser for the Bolton Free Library, was deemed a rousing success with good socializing, music and a lot of fun for all ages. About 150 people attended and the library collected close to $900.