It's Christmas Time
December 23, 2016
We are in the full swing of winter. With cold temperatures and heavy snowfalls, it looks like we are in for a much better winter than last year. Local businesses are looking forward to a busy season with lots of snowmobilers, ice fisherman, and skiers! Always be sure to check the ice for safety before crossing with a snowmoible or veturing out to fish. We wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season and New Year!
The Snow Has Arrived!
December 5, 2016
It seems like winter has arrived. Get those snowmobiles and skis ready. It won't be long now before the trails are ready to go. Oak Mountain is hoping to open December 9th, and with the temperatures steadily dropping, it won't be long be long before the lakes are frozen over! The Adirondacks are turning into a winter wonderland.
Winter is Coming!
October 27, 2016
Steadily dropping temperatures can only mean one thing- winter is on its way! Fall came in with a flash of brilliant colors but recent rain and snow storms seem to have knocked most of the color right off of the trees. Things are fairly peaceful and quiet for now, but snowmobile and ski season are just around the corner. Let hope for lots of much needed snow this winter!
July 23, 2016
Summer has arrived! It's great to see businesses opening back up, sprucing up their store fronts. Fourth of July Celebrations are coming up next weekend and business will be booming! Make sure to check out the new businesses like The Growl & Grub in Long Lake, or the newly owned Oxbow Inn in Piseco!
March 16, 2016
After a mild, albeit disappointing winter, it seems as though spring is just around the corner. Many of the local businesses are gearing up for their spring cleanings in preparation of tourist season. There is also fun to be had for kids and adults alike. Whether spectating or participating in the upcoming spring productions, from the Cabin Fever Players presentation of Mary Poppins in Indian Lake, to the children of Lake Pleasant with the puny Jack and the Frankenbeanstalk, there are laughs to be had. As we wait for the green to grow, it is a beautiful and peaceful time for our residents to enjoy our small towns.