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Recreation Programs:

     Ongoing Adult Men's Basketball - Tuesdays & Thursdays 7pm-9pm at the Town of Webb School Gym.

                                                          18yr of age & older


     Ongoing Coed Volleyball - Wednesdays 6:30 - 8pm at the TOW School Gym or Park Ave.

     Ongoing Adult Co-ed Pickleball -  Every Thursday starting at 6:15pm at the Park Ave Gym.


     Ongoing until April 10 Family Pickleball - March 13, & April 10. Ages 10 - 17, accompanied with

                                                                      a playing parent/guardian over the age of 18.


     Beginning in April Basketball Skills & Drills - Every Monday from 5pm - 7pm & Wednesday from 5pm- -                                                       6pm for grades 3rd - 6th at the TOW School Gym. Led by Tom Greco.


     Beginning in April Basketball Skills & Drills - Every Tuesday & Thursday from 5pm - 7pm for

                                                            grades 7th - 11th at the TOW School Gym. Led by Tom Greco.


Ongoing   Mission Boutique
- Gently used clothing and housewares
at the former Thrift Shop at Niccolls Memorial Church in Old Forge.  Open Fridays 10 am - 12 Noon & 7 - 8:30pm, and Saturdays 10am - 12 Noon.

Ongoing   Health Insurance Sign-up  Need Health Insurance? Have the comfort of knowing you have protection against the surprises that life may bring. Certified NYS Navigators are available to help you enroll through the NY State Health Marketplace the last Thursday of each month in the Town of Webb Board Room at the Visitor Information Center in Old Forge.

Ongoing   Morning Yoga - Yoga is now offered as a 10 session punch card.  You can go to whichever 10 sessions you choose to attend.  No time limit to use the sessions.  You can now also go online and sign up.  Yoga has been shown to increase muscle strength, maintain bone integrity, and improve balance, coordination, and mobility.  These gentle, therapeutic classes are open to anybody and any age.  No Restriction needed. Yoga classes are held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30 am, and evening classes are offered on Monday and Wednesday starting at 5:30 pm.  Cost for 10 sessions is $100/$70 members.  For additional information, please visit



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April 2018

Wed April 11 National Library Week - 10am -12pm at the Old Forge Library. We join libraries nationwide in celebrating the many ways libraries serve their communities through the transformative services, programs and expertise they offer. In honor of National Library Week, the Library is hosting a visit with Town of Webb School’s Librarian Jolene Finn and the 6th grade class.

Wed April 11 - May 2 Babysitting Clinic - Each Wednesday from 6:30-7:30pm. On April 11, David Berkstresser, Paramedic Instructor, will give a talk on Health and Safety. On April 18, Kandis Griffin, Guidance Counselor, will teach a class on Childhood Development. On April 25, Karen Beck and Judy Ehrensbeck, teachers, will discuss Educational Play. During the final session on May 2, Family and Consumer Science teacher Diane Amos will discuss Food and Nutrition. To receive a Babysitter Certificate you must attend all four sessions. (You may make up one missed session by taking and passing a test). This course is open to Students age 10 and up who have not previously taken it. Registration is required by April 10 by 8p.m.

Thurs April 12 “Teen Escape” Opening - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. Please join for popcorn and soda at this National Library Week event! The Library will christen our new Teen Escape area, a special niche just for teens to study, read, use the wi-fi, and/or network with their peers

Sun April 15 Pasta Dinner Fundraiser - 3pm-8pm at the Front Door Diner. Fundraiser to support the Old Forge Basketball Programs. $10 Spaghetti & Meatballs, $12 Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Riggies or Eggplant Parmesan. Served with bread; add a side salad for additional $2. Eat in or Take Out. 100% of proceeds support Old Forge Basketball Programs. Call 315-3692212 or 315-369-3535 for additional information.


Thurs April 19 - May 24 Linking Lives Through Reading - Each Thursday from 2:15 - 3:15pm at the Old Forge Library. The Spring Session of this intergenerational “one-on-one” reading program is open to first graders in the Town of Webb and Inlet School Districts and home schooled students. Call the Library at 315-369-6008 by 8pm on or before Tuesday April 17 to register your first grader and/or to volunteer as a “Book Buddy.” Adult Volunteers are always needed.

Fri April 20 - May 26 Toddler Story Time - Each Friday at 10am. This 6-session program will be held on Fridays for toddler’s ages 1−2 and a parent or caregiver. Led by Jackie Englert, children will listen to stories, enjoy puppets, learn finger plays and have some toy time. Registration is not required for this program.

Fri April 20 - May 26 Spring Story Hour- 11am at the Old Forge Library. The six-week Story Hour for preschoolers age 3, 4 and 5+ years old will be held at the Library each Friday. Library Director Isabella Worthen, Louisette Lecours, Beverly Meeker and Fern Bick will lead the hour of stories and creative play. The children will take part in games, crafts, songs and other activities as they become acquainted with the library. Please call the library at 315 369-6008 to register by 8pm on Thursday April 19. Registration is required.


Thurs April 26 Ladies' Night at View: Mixology & Game Night - 6:30pm at VIEW. Join us for Ladies Night! Step behind the table to learn some mixology tricks from Meg Ulrich! You may just discover your new hosting signature drink! Then enjoy some classic games as we sit down for a Ladies Game Night! You will get two drink tickets and there will be snacks throughout the night to enjoy! You must be 21 years or older to purchase tickets. Deadline to register is April 23, 2018. Tickets are $20 per person. For additional information, please visit

May 2018

Wed May 2 Community Pride Day - On this day, many towns will be working together to clean up the streets and begin thinking about a prosperous summer. The area schools also participate by taking their students outdoors to help. All volunteers, students and teachers who show up on this day will receive a free t-shirt and a free lunch. If you wish to help clean, you can sign up in advance (this helps guarantee a shirt for you) or show up on the day of. Each town will have their own instructions about where to pick up your shirts, where to find supplies (trash bags, gloves, water, etc.), what to do with the trash after you pick it up, and where to gather for lunch. All sponsors of at least $30 and anyone who contributes towards lunch for your town will have a one line listing (name only OR website only) on the back of the shirts. Anyone contributing $100 or providing more than 50% of the lunch for their town gets their logo on the shirts. If you want to be on the shirts, you must send your contribution, or make your lunch commitment before April 6, 2018. The money collected for this event ensures every volunteer, student and teacher will receive a shirt.

Fri May 4 Howl Story Slam - 7pm at the Old Forge Library. $5 suggested donation. Free and open to all! How does it work? Storytellers (you, your friends and anyone else with a story to tell) put their names in a hat. Names are picked, and one by one, storytellers take the stage and tell us their best story in five minutes. Two local judges will score every story to select The Howl Story SLAM winners of the night. What else? All stories have to be true and come from personal experience. No notes. Do you need to be a professional storyteller? Heck no! Just tell it from the heart! The Howl Story SLAM is brought to you by North Country Public Radio and the Adirondack Center for Writing, a partnership brought about by a love and support of all stories and storytellers in the Adirondack North Country. For additional information, please visit

Wed May 16 Open Mic Night- 7pm at the Old Forge Library. The Library will host an Open Mic Night for Writers in a Coffee House setting. Featured Writer and Emcee will be Cheryl Pula. Cheryl is a published author of several fiction and non-fiction books. She founded the Dunham Library Writer’s Group and the Bridgeport Writer’s Group. The public is welcome to share and read from their own work or to come and enjoy readings by others. If you plan on participating on Open Mic Night please call the Library at 315 369-6008 ahead of time so they may plan accordingly but walk ins are always welcome. Open Mic Nights are held quarterly. These readings are held to inspire writers and create opportunities for regional writers to meet.


Fri May 18 Annual Bicycle Safety Clinic - 2:15pm - 3:15pm at the Old Forge Library. Town of Webb Police Officer Kevin Birtle will conduct the safety clinic to discuss road signs and hand signals. Also taking part will be Ted Christodaro from Pedals and Petals in Inlet who will inspect bicycles and supervise the mechanical station. Refreshments will be provided by Donna Myers and the Old Forge Fire Department Auxiliary. Advance registration is not required.


Fri May 18 Choir Concert, University of Mount Union of Alliance, OH - 7pm at Niccolls Church.

Fri - Sun May 18 - 20 Adirondack Paddlefest & Outdoor Expo - America's largest on-water canoe, kayak & SUP Sale. Please check back later for more information.

Fri - Sun May 25 - 27 Great Adirondack Garage Sale - Over 200+ miles of garage sales with treasures to behold from Old Forge to Malone, Cranberry Lake to Speculator and everywhere in between! With offerings of vintage antiques, rustic furniture, jewelry, kitchen items, toys, clothing and more — there is always something for everyone. Towns located along NYS Routes 28, 30 & 3, including: Old Forge, Inlet, Raquette Lake, Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Long Lake, Tupper Lake, Lake Clear, Paul Smiths, Malone, Cranberry Lake, Piercefield, Newcomb & Speculator. For additional information visit


Fri - Sun May 25 - 27 Red, White & Blue Spring into Summer Celebration - Join the Town of Webb in Old Forge, NY and the heart of the Adirondacks, to celebrate Memorial Day weekend with the Red, White & Blue Spring Into Summer Celebration!  This family friendly town-wide event is filled with fun activities all weekend long including local garage sales, performances, exhibitions and workshops at View Arts, family fun at Calypso’s Cove, a family fishing derby, live music, great specials and entertainment around town at local shops, restaurants and bars and so much more!  The weekend will close on Monday with a Memorial Day parade down Main Street as we remember the men and women who have fallen while serving our country


Sat May 26 18th Annual Kiwanis Free Car Wash - 10:00am- 3pm at Calypso's Cove Parking Lot.. This annual fund raising event provides funds for the administration and operations of all the many Kiwanis children's activities that take place during the year.


Mon May 28  Memorial Day Parade & Wreath Laying Ceremony - Parade down Main Street at 10am with ceremonies at school, fire hall & cemetery. Refreshments after at Old Forge Fire Hall.


June 2018


Fri June 1 - Sept 7 First Friday Art Walk - On the first friday of every month from 5pm to 8pm, the First Friday Art Walks offer a selection of artists, events, art work, refreshments, music and hands-on experience to engage everyone. 


Fri & Sat June 1 & 2 Thunder in the ADK- Sponsored by local bars and restaurants. For additional information visit


Fri June 15 Meet Me at the Library Gazebo - 5pm at the Old Forge Library. Once a month during June, July and August you are invited to enjoy live music in the Gazebo from 5-6:00 p.m. Bring your own blanket or chair. On Friday June 15, the Adirondack duo of Jim and Bonnie Tracy will entertain you. They have been playing music together since 1979 and enjoy performing traditional music, old time country, piedmont blues and folk revival music from the 1960's.

Fri June 15 Annual Father's Day Car Show Parade - 7pm down Main Street in Old Forge

Fri June 15 April Verch Band - 8pm at VIEW. A trifecta of talent, keeping tradition feisty,April Verch steps, sings, and fiddles with a fresh and feisty approach to deep North American traditions. Admission: $25. Members receive  a 10% discount. For additional information, please visit

Sat June 16 Annual Father’s Day Weekend Car Show - 9am the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center in Old Forge. Cash prizes to the two best of show winners, dash plaques, trophies, auto related vendors and swap meet, food and beverages. (315) 369-6983.

Sun June 17 Annual Father’s Day Frog Jumping and Ugly Tie Contest - Noon on the Old Forge lakefront. Children can bring their champion frog to win prizes and fathers should wear their most outrageous tie! Largest, smallest, and longest jumper. Great family fun! Don’t worry, all frogs are released unharmed.

Mon June 25 BINGO at the Old Forge Fire Station - Doors open at 6pm. All games start at 7pm.

Sat June 30 Road Rally Scavenger Hunt - Get a car filled with your friends or family to join us for a fun-filled road rally scavenger hunt through the Old Forge, Inlet, Thendara and Big Moose area! Don't worry motorcyclist, you're invited too! Get five of your fellow bikers together to make a team.  The road rally scavenger hunt you will follow sets of clues leading you through your journey. At each pit stop you will obtain a clue following answering questions, completing a task or stop in to say "hi" and find the clue holder. Each task and correct answer will earn your team points. Finish with the top score and go home with a prize! Don't worry, there are bonus points for all the scavenger hunt items you collect on your journey. Remember this is a fun competition and we do not encourage or support any speeding or road rules broken. Time will be taken in the event of a tie breaker. The hunt will end at View with a reception with cash bar, free non-alcoholic drinks and snacks while the winner is determined! Check-In for teams will be at 10:30am at View and hunt will begin at 11:00am! Join the hunt now! For additional information, please visit

July 2018

Sundays in July Summer Concert Series on the Old Forge Lakefront - 7pm - 9pm. Enjoy Live Music on the Old Forge Lakefront. Please check back for schedule.


Mondays in July BINGO at the Old Forge Fire Station - Every Monday in July & August. Doors open at 6pm. All games start at 7pm.


Tues July 3 Songs & Stories of Dublin - 7:30pm at the Old Forge Library. Come and enjoy a wonderful evening of stories and song by Tom O'Carroll. Tom is a Dublin born folklorist, folk-singer and instrumentalist who brings a wealth of stories, humor, wit and history to his performances..


Wed July 4 46th Annual Forge Festival of Arts & Crafts - 9am - 6pm at the Adirondack Bank Parking lot. Craft vendors include local jeweler, Mary Blanchard, and popular potter Greg Rudd, in addition to many others. There will also be a variety of food vendors offering more than 20 varieties of homemade fudge as well as fresh roasted nuts, squeezed lemonade and barbeque prepared on site. “The festival gives people a unique shopping and dining opportunity to enjoy while they are experiencing Old Forge on the 4th of July,” says Deborah Ritz. “This location is perfect for anyone who want to stop and shop for snacks to bring on their boats or bring to a party--or for shoppers looking for unique hand-crafted items.” Admission to the event is $3. Proceeds will benefit View. Free parking is available near by. For additional information, please visit  

Wed July 4 4th of July Celebration- Music at the Lakefront and fireworks over Old Forge Pond. Phone 315-369-6983 for additional information.

Thurs July 5 Rock the Library Magic Show - 12pm - 1pm at the Old Forge Library. Magician Debbie O'Carroll joins Musician Tom O'Carroll in this fun and funny interactive magic show that highlights the art of music. Tom's lively songs and tunes on the guitar, banjo, tin whistle, mandolin, Irish drum and African thumb piano will delight youngsters. Debbie's enchanting magic illusions will involve all with some storybook characters from these magical and musical lands. Open to the public.


Thurs July 5 - August 2  Summer Reading Program - Thursdays at 12pm. Get ready for an exciting summer reading program as the Old Forge Library sponsors “Libraries Rock”. Don’t miss this timely way to encourage your child to continue reading throughout the summer! On each Thursday from July 5 – August 2 there will be a variety of activities for children pre-k and up (K & younger must be accompanied with a parent or care giver).


Fri July 6 Beer & Wine Train - 6:30pm at the Thendara Train Station. Relax and experience travel by rail, where getting there is part of the fun! Our trips always include something special. Watch the scenic countryside roll by while sipping on the best wines and brews. Travel from our Thendara station and back, enjoying a selection of beers or wines along the way. We will provide music and light snacks, with award winning cheeses provided by Cabot Cheese. Beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Must be at least 21 years old to ride. All I.D.’s. and bags will be checked, no outside alcohol is permitted. Designated drivers can now ride the train for a discounted $10.00 off normal ticket price. $45 for first class, $25 for coach. For additional information please visit


Tues July 10 Snow White by the Dufflebag Theatre Company - VIEW. The classic story of our heroine, as she encounters hapless Huntsmen, bad apples, and little men with big hearts and short tempers, comes to life as DuffleBag helps Snow White towards her “happily ever after”! Admission:  $15 Adult/$8 Children/ Free under 5 with Adult Purchase For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411.


Fri July 13 The River Runs Through it Gala- 5:30pm at VIEW. The River Runs Through It Gala, a fundraising event that celebrates the future of arts programming.The River Runs Through It Gala is sure to be a night you won't want to miss! The night startswith signature cocktails, hor d’oeuvres and a silent auction of unique items donated by artists and businesses. Then enjoy a delicious dinner with music performed by local favorites Hooch ended with the night’s big live auction. Following dinner make your way to View’s courtyard for a dessert reception and dancing! This year's Gala image was designed by Bonnie McClellan! Proceeds will go toward funding a year of programming in View’s state-of-the-art, 28,000 square-foot building. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411

Sat July 14 Antique Wooden Boat Show and Fulton Chain Rendezvous - Awards for best historic, antique and classic categories. Sponsored by the Adirondack Chapter of The Antique & Classic Boat Society and the Central Adirondack Association. Click here for additional information.

Mon July 16 Marjorie Prime - A Pendragon Play sponsored by Barney and Jamie Baxter at View, Old Forge, 2015 Pulitzer Prize Finalist from Pendragon Theatre. In this richly spare, wondrous new play, Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity and the limits — if any — of what technology can replace. Admission: $22 Members will receive a 10% discount. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Sun July 22 Sunset Party Cruise - 6pm. Hop aboard as we travel up to Fourth Lake while enjoying breathtaking views, live music and wine tasting! General Admission for an individual is $80 and member individual is $75. For General Couple $150 and Member Couples $145. All attendees must be 21 years or older. Limited tickets available, so don't miss out on your chance to get your tickets! For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Mon July 23 Beauty and the Beast Jr - 2pm & 7pm at VIEW. Based on the original Broadway production and motion picture, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR. features songs written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs by Menken and Tim Rice. This live musical tells the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast that transforms and shows true inner beauty. Admission: $15 Adult/$8 Children/ Free under 5 with Adult Purchase For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Thur July 26 Dan Brubeck Quartet - 7:30 pm at VIEW. Dan Brubeck is a renowned jazz drummer, and a member of one of America's most notable musical families. He is the son of legendary American jazz icon Dave Brubeck and the rhythmic force behind the highly successful Brubeck Brothers Quartet. Admission: $35. Members receive a 10% discount. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411

Sat & Sun July 28 & 29 44th Annual Old Forge Antiques & Vintage Show & Sale - 10am - 5pm at the George Hiltebrant Recreation Center. The Old Forge Antiques and Vintage Show and Sale returns to the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street.  This year's show will feature over 50 dealers with an array including antique and vintage furniture, camp decor, oriental rugs, jewelry, hotel china, books, fine art, sporting goods, and taxidermy. $6 admission for the whole weekend. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411

August 2018

Sundays in August Summer Concert Series on the Old Forge Lakefront - 7pm - 9pm. Enjoy Live Music on the Old Forge Lakefront. Please check back for schedule.


Mondays in August BINGO at the Old Forge Fire Station - Every Monday in July & August. Doors open at 6pm. All games start at 7pm.

Fri Aug 3 10th Annual Ice Cream Bowl Social -11am at Point Park. Come enjoy your favorite ice cream in a handmade bowl at Point Park, in the center of Old Forge across from the Old Forge Hardware Store. Local potters make these one-of-a-kind ceramic bowls in the Meyda Tiffany Lighting Creative Arts Wing at View. Be sure to arrive early! There are many bowls and other ceramic pieces to choose from and plenty of ice cream and toppings at the ready. The pottery will have a range of prices depending upon the choice, from $10 to $25, which includes ice cream. If you choose not to purchase pottery, you may make a donation of $5 and receive an ice cream sundae. This annual event benefits the Rintrona Ceramics Studio and has become a favorite destination for an afternoon ice cream treat with friends and family. Should it rain, the event will be moved to the Old Forge Fire Hall located next to Point Park. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411

Sat Aug 4 Jay Ungar and Molly Mason - 7:30pm at VIEW. Jay Ungar & Molly Mason achieved international acclaim with Jay’s composition, Emmy nominated Ashokan Farewell, which became the musical hallmark of Ken Burns’ The Civil War on PBS. Jay and Molly draw their repertoire and inspiration from a wide range of American musical styles—19th-century classics, lively Appalachian, Cajun, and Celtic fiddle tunes, and favorites from the golden age of country and swing—along with their own songs, fiddle tunes, and orchestral compositions. Admission: $25. Members recieve a 10% discount. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Sat Aug 4 - Sept 30 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors - The Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors features aqua media works on paper from many of the best living painters in North America.  It has been ranked one of the ten best competitive watercolor exhibitions in the country by The Artist’s Magazine and has received many endorsements and accolades. Come and revel in the breathtaking work that has been selected for this highly competitive watercolor exhibition.  For additional information please call 315-369-6411, or visit


Mon Aug 6 Seussical: The Musical - 7pm at VIEW. Seussical is a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! Tony winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty have lovingly brought to life all of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters, including Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, lazy Mayzie and a little boy with a big imagination – Jojo. The colorful characters transport us from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus to the invisible world of the Whos. Admission: $15 Adult/$8 Children/ Free under 5 with Adult Ticket. Members recieve a 10% discount. . For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411

Thurs Aug 9 Secret Garden Tour - The tour provides an opportunity to visit local pristine gardens at private residences in a ten-mile radius.Michele DeCamp and Kate Russell, who has organized the Secret Garden Tour for several years, has been busy choosing this year's gardens of choice. "The Secret Garden Tour allows the public to take in the beauty of some fantastic but hidden flower and vegetable gardens in our area," said deCamp. Tickets available to purchase May 2018.For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Sat Aug 11 Will Knuth: European Holiday - 7:30pm at VIEW. Violinist and a member of Duo Sonidos with Adam Levin, Mr. Knuth, has traveled and performed all over the globe, including Madrid Royal Conservatory of Music and the Berliner Ensemble in Berlin. Recent concerts in the US have included performances in New York’s Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall, Columbia University’s Miller Theater, and Boston Symphony Hall. More information will be posted as it becomes available. Admission: $25 Members receive a 10% discount. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411.


Thurs Aug 16 Broadway Meets Opera- 7:30pm at VIEW. Starring America Tenor Matthew Maness and Soprano Anush Avetisyan accompanied by Arthur McManus. Admission: $35. More information will be posted as it becomes available. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411.


Fri Aug 24 Sweetback Sisters - 7:30pm at VIEW. A fresh take on the golden age of country music featuring vibrant vocal harmonies in a six-piece rockin' country band. More information will be posted as it becomes available. Admission: $25. Members receive a 10% discount. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411.


Thurs - Sat Aug 30 - Sept 1 Plein Air Paint Out Join us during this exciting evening for the chance to own an original work of Adirondack art, created for and graciously donated to View by some of the region's most highly regarded plein air painters. The event includes the live auction, with more artwork in the lobby by participating artists, consignments, a raffle and more. The event is free and open to the public and all proceeds will go to underwrite programming at View. If you are an artist interested in participating, please contact Donna Stoner, For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


September 2018

Sun Sept 2 CAP-PY Duck Derby - Join in on what is becoming an Adirondack family event. Watch as 3,000 rubber ducks sail down the Moose River. Many great prizes from local sponsors. Sponsored by CAP-21. Please call 315-369-3553 or visit for additional information.


Sun Sept 2 Labor Day Labor Day Weekend Celebration- Music, Automobile Raffle & Fireworks over the Old Forge Pond. Please call 315-369-6983 for additional information.


Fri - Sun Sept 7 -9 Adirondack Canoe Classic “The 90 Miler” - A three-day paddling event following the original "highways of the Adirondacks" the inter-connected lakes, rivers ponds and carries from Old Forge to Saranac Lake. Preregistration is required. There are solo, tandem, 4-person and Voyageur canoes, solo and tandem kayaks and Adirondack guide boats. There is a 275 boat limit. There are both competitive and "Open Touring" classes. Start Time: 8:00 AM Entry Fee: $200pp for solo boats, $175pp for tandem boats and C-4 paddlers, $150pp for Voyageur Canoe paddlers (AWA members get $25 discount) Contact: Brian McDonnell, 518-891-2744


Sat Sept 8 Old Forge Marathon, Half Marathon and 5k - The full marathon, half marathon and 5K all take place on established bike trails (snowmobile in the winter) that run between the northeast portion of Old Forge, just north of Water Safari, and work their way towards Eagle Bay. The trail course is mostly gravel and dirt roads. A true Adirondack experience. Fall foliage is estimated to be about 15%-25% peak. A portion of the Race proceeds will benefit MAC's Safe Ride, Old Forge Little League, Old Forge HS Key Club and other local area benefactors. For additional information, visit


Sat Sept 8 Sip Fest - 12pm. Get ready to sample the art of craft beer, wine, ciders and liquors while enjoying live music with good friends presented by View and Fulton Chain Craft Brewery! You may just discover your new favorite drink! All attendees will be given a souvenir sampling glass. General Admission $35 and Members $30. Designated driver $10. All attendees including designated driver must be 21 years or older. For additional information please visit  or call 315-369-6411


Fri & Sat Sept 14 & 15 Firefighters Drill School - Sponsored by the Old Forge Fire Department.


Sun Sept 16 Big Bucks Drawing - Sponsored by the Old Forge Fire Department.





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