The fly fishing competitions are over for this spring, the bass and pike fishing is underway and the summer sun is making the corn, beans, hay crop and pastures grow!
For the third year, the festival, which takes place Sunday, June 29, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the town park, will feature a car show with an assist from Champlain Valley Classic Cars.
The Ticonderoga Youth Program will open for the season Monday, July 7, and run the next five weeks through Aug. 8. To help parents get ready for the summer early, the program will be hosting a registration session Tuesday, June 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Armory building.
Irene may have torn up Essex County roads and some of the rivers, but even after all the flooding and destruction, the West Branch of the Ausable is still a haven for fly fishing.
Across the nation, there are a wide variety of outdoor recreational options that remain available for a majority of the year as long as the weather remains fair, the beaches stay open and the rivers continue to flow.
Adirondack Interpretive Center fundraiser
The third annual “Loons and Logs” day May 24 at the Adirondack Interpretive Center was a success said coordinators.
Northern Forest Room coming soon
The State University Of New York College Of Environmental Science And Forestry and the Northern Forest Institute are currently renovating an existing exhibit room at the interpretive center.
Annual Adirondack Birding Festival activities set
The 10th annual Adirondack Birding Festival is set to take place June 13 through June 15 with activities in various Hamilton County locations including Long Lake, Indian Lake, Speculator, Racquette, Blue Mountain Lake, Piseco, Lake Pleasant and Inlet.
By late 2015, Bolton will likely have a new, welcoming town visitors center as well as a host of improvements to Rogers Park, which hosts a variety of lakeside events.
Not long ago, boaters decried a proposed Lake George boat inspection program, but now that it's in place and protecting the purity and pristine recreational quality of the lake, criticism has ceased.
Historically, brook trout and lake trout have been the primary spring species for anglers on most local lakes and ponds, however Fathers Day weekend has long signaled the traditional opening of Bass Season.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vermont Fish &Wildlife Department recently reported that deer fawns are being born now and are asking that people avoid disturbing or picking them up.
That old familiar ‘Adirondack wave’ has again become a popular sight.
The Town of Crown Point will host its 146th Memorial Day ceremony Sunday, May 25, and Memorial Day, May 26, with the theme, “Honoring Community Volunteers.”
With small agriculture and local produce markets flourishing throughout the North Country, Adirondack Harvest has announced the location of region farmer’s markets for the 2014 season.