The Annual Election of the Bolton Free Library Board of Trustees will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The Bolton Landing Business Association and community members have once again decorated Bolton for the holiday season with white lights, wreaths, garland and banners throughout the town.
The Bolton Landing Farmers’ Market recently presented the Bolton Seniors a check in the amount of $125 from their 2014 season.
The Bolton Free Library hopes everyone has their aprons adjusted, spoons sparkling and recipes reviewed for the 3rd Annual Bolton Library Cook Off.
Up Yonda has just announced a new Halloween event this year.
The Fall Festival is set for Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. 11 and 12 with 40 to 50 vendors at Rogers Memorial Park.
The Sembrich brings its 2014 summer season to a close in grand fashion...
Last Sat. night Rogers Park pier was transformed into an elegant setting of stars, white lights, balloons and lanterns.
We have two raffles in town that are nearing their drawing dates.
The summer may be half over, but Bolton has a full schedule of activities still ahead.
1914: Summer of Destiny concert series continues this week with “Polish Compatriots” on Saturday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m.
The Episcopal Church of St. Sacrement is having their annual 50-50 lottery again this year.
Bolton Central School is proud to announce its Top Five students in the Class of 2014.
This weekend, Rogers Park, will be host to “Crossroads of the French Indian War Re-enactment” on Sat., June 14 and Sun., June 15.
The 5th Girlfriends Getaway in Bolton Landing took place on May 9 to 11 at The Sagamore Resort.
Stuart Smith and Connie Smith Maxam opened Frederick’s Restaurant on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend in 1989.
The Bolton Central School District Board of Education appointed P. Richard Trowbridge as the PK-12 Building Principal.
The Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce recently held their monthly dinner meeting at Market Place Steakhouse.
Bolton Central thespians tackle an entertaining, challenging drama under the guidance of drama coach Paul Weick.
Bolton Central School’s Drama Club is presenting “13 - The Musical” at 7 p.m. Friday March 21 and Saturday March 22 in the Bolton Central School gym.
All are welcome to attend the ever-popular annual Cabin Fever Party, which offers hearty pot-luck food, great socializing, and dancing to live music.
On Jan. 29, Carol and Ed Sheridan of Bolton presented a slide show depicting their lengthy hike last summer over a famous trail through the northern Spanish countryside.
The Sheridans have been to Nepal, the island of Crete and various exotic destinations around the world, and they've come back to their hometown of Bolton and shared their adventures with the community, Their latest expedition was hiking the Way of St. James in northern Spain, and Bolton residents recently got to hear about their eventful trip.
Kenzie Tennent of Bolton Landing has been chosen by the National Academy of Future Physicians to attend an honors program, The Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., Feb. 14-16.
Zumba classes with Anna Haye continue in Bolton with new, lower rates for the new year.
For the past two years, members of the Bolton Seniors club have collected toiletries and made cash contributions to purchase toiletries to be presented as holiday gifts to local families in need.
All area residents and visitors are invited to participate in community caroling, set for 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday Dec. 15.
Dr. Kathie Sousa has served as Parish Life Director at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church for seven years.
The life and mind of America’s greatest poet,Robert Frost will come to life in an presentation at 7 p.m. Friday Nov. 22 at the Bolton Free Library.
Annual library cook-off a success
Election Day Dinner: sobriety a tradition
‘Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ slated
Annual library cook-off scheduled
Lots to do in Bolton this weekend
Bolton Fall Festival this weekend!
Benefit auction raises cash for Chamber
Townwide garage sale scheduled
Summer’s gone, but events continue
Labor Day weekend festivities; craft fair
Haircut raffle aids Health Committee
'Clean, drained and dry,' is the mantra for boaters to protect waterways from aquatic invasive species, and the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce is seeking to educate people about what they can do to protect Lake George and other waterways in new York and across the nation.
Summer lecture series set
Volunteers sought for book sale
Book-signing event set for Bolton
Festivities under way in Bolton
Fresh, local food, fine crafts, flowers, gourmet foods — and fun socializing — are in store for browsers at the Bolton Farmers' Market, held Fridays in Bolton Landing.
Acclaimed as the 1996 New York State Emergency Agency of the Year, the Bolton Emergency Squad is now seeking more volunteers to maintain their outstanding level of service to area communities.
Local farmers’ market is back
Summer calendars available
Bikes & Bands returns to Bolton