May / June
/ July / August
4-7...HOCKEY..CAN/AM Ice Hockey Tournament Olympic Center,
Lake Placid, games daily Phone: 518-523-1655
5 - 6 ...ANTIQUES...Glens Falls Antique Show & Sale
Christ Church United Methodist,. 48th annual event. 793-3468.
6,13,20,27..BIRD WALK...Paul Smiths, Teddy Roosevelt Bird
Walks. 9:30am-10:15am. FREE. Adults can compare what birds they
see to the results of former N.Y.S. Governor & naturalist
Teddy Roosevelt. Test your bird-watching identification skills.
Results will be tabulated and posted at the end of the four-day
series. Visitors Interpretive Center. 518-327-3000.
6-7...WHITE WATER DERBY...North Creek/North River, At
the Headwaters of the Hudson River. 11:00am, both days. 251-3777/1-800-896-5428.
12-14...SOCCER..Int'l Indoor Soccer Tournament Soccer
America Dawn to Dusk Festival Olympic Center, Lake Placid, Admission:
free Time: games daily Phone: 518-523-1655
13-14...BOAT RACE...Thunder in the Mountains, Outboard
Hydro Race, Lake Algonquin,Wells. 518-924-7911.
20...FLY FISHING...West Branch AuSable River Two-Fly Charity
Catch 'n' Release Contest Contact: Whiteface Mt. Regional Visitor's
Bureau Phone: 518-946-2255
20-21...TOWNWIDE GARAGE SALE...Lake George,1st Annual
Lake George Community Garage Sale, Includes residents, business,
non-profit groups & out of town vendors. 9:00-5:00pm, rain or
21..CANOE RACE...13th Annual "Round the Mountain
Canoe Race." Barbecue & Music Festival. A 10-mile canoe
race through Lower Saranac Lake and the Saranac River.
May / June
/ July / August
2-3... CONCERT...Glens Falls Blues Festival, City Park.
Music, food, vendors & more. Free. Friday 5:00pm-8:00pm, Saturday
3.. RACE...Saranac Lake..9th Annual June Bug Run.
Sponsored by the Adirondack Medical Center. Run begins at 8:30am
with the Children's race followed by a 9am race. Race begins at
North Country Community College. 518-891-4141.
3-4.. CANOE RACES...Tupper Lake..Flat Water Weekend.
Early registration fee is $10. This event consists of two canoe
races, the 9-miler on Sat. at 9am followed by the 44-miler on
Sun. at 8am. Kayak, guide boats and fledgling classes will be
able to participate. Trophy is awarded by the Adirondack Museum
for the fledgling guide boat class. Registration Fee is $10 per
person, per boat for each race day. 518-359-3328.
4 & 18...NATIVE AMERICAN...Bolton Landing, Native Americans
of the Adirondacks Workshop, Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education
Center, Bolton Landing. Program celebrating the history of the
first people to call this area home. 1:00pm. $2.00 fee. 644-9767.
16-18...REGATTA...Adirondack Museum - No -Octane
Regatta Weekend - Wooden boat races, a Grand Parade of Boats,
demonstrations, workshops, behind-the-scenes tours of the museum's
boat collection, activities for children, food, music. The fun
begins with a launch party Friday evening. An opportunity for
the whole famly to spend a weekend in the Adirondacks on or near
the water. 518-352-7311.
18..FISHING DERBY...Saranac Lake..Father's Day Fishing
Derby. A day-long fishing derby for kids only on Lake Colby. Sponsored
by the Saranac Lake Fish & Game Club.
24..."KIDS FEST" ...Lake George, Great Escape Fun Park,.
Nickelodeon Game Lab, Rugrats, clowns, face painting, prizes &
more. Regular park admission. 792-3500.
May / June
/ July / August
1..GUIDEBOAT RACE..Saranac Lake, 38th Annual Willard Hanmer
Guideboat & Canoe Race. A full day of boat races on Lake Flower
featuring guideboats, canoes, kayaks, rowing shells & war
canoes, along with a community picnic. 518-891-1990.
1... FESTIVAL..Strawberry Festival, Schroon Lake-North
Hudson Historical Society Museum 10am Phone: 518-532-7615
2.. TRIATHLON...Tupper Lake, Tinman Triathlon. 1st-time
National Long Course Championship geared at the world's best triathletes
competing in three major events. 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and
13.1-mile run. 10 spots are available for the Lake Placid Ironman
Competition. Carbo Load dinner on Sat. night at the K of C hall.
Race begins at Tupper Lake Municipal Park with the swim. 518-359-3328.
8..WATERSKI/WAKEBOARD TOURNAMENT... Saranac Lake Waterski
and Wakeboard Tournament. Lake Flower is the site of slalom competitions
for skiers of all ages. 800-347-1992.
8-9...WOODSMEN..Tupper Lake Woodsmen's Days. Begins on
Sat. morning at 10am with a parade & continues with lumberjack
competitions. Highlighting the weekend will be the Northeastern
Chainsaw Carving competition featuring chainsaw sculpturing demonstrations
and the 45-minute quick care competition. Women's Contests take
place on Sun. morning, followed by the "Adirondack's Largest
Horsepull." For info.call 518-359-9444.
15-16...CIVIL WAR...Long Lake, Heritage Weekend. Parade,
Civil War Encampment, Display of Historic photos, Historic Building
Tour. Chicken Bar-B-Que, Pie Sale, Square Dance. Dedication of
Civil War monument. 518-624-3077.
15-16..CRAFTS...Craftfest 2000. The Lodge at Lake Clear.
10am. Admisssion is $2. 518-891-1489.
15...GOLF...Warrensburg, Warren County 4-H Golf Tournament,
Cronin's Golf Resort, 1st annaul event. 4 person scramble (best
ball). 12:00 noon. $60.00 p/p includes green fees, cart & BBQ
20-23...OUTDOOR GAMES...Lake Placid, The ESPN Great Outdoor
Games, world-class competitors in related fields to create compelling
programming for participants and non-participants alike.
27-29...ANTIQUES...Saranac Lake..50th Annual Antique Show
& Sale. A wide variety of antiques and collectibles will be
displayed at this popular event, held at the Civic Center. 518-891-4141.
30...TRIATHLON...Lake Placid, 1500 competitors from around
the world will arrive in Lake Placid to compete in one of only
3 official Ironman Triathlons to be held in the continental U.S.
May / June
/ July / August
5-6…RUGBY...Saranac Lake, 27th Annual Can-Am Rugby
Tournament. Over 100 teams from the U.S. & Canada compete
in North America's largest tournament.
5-6...FESTIVAL...North Creek, Adirondack Artisans Festival,
Gore Mountain Ski Center & Main Street. 251-2612
12...CRAFTS...Raquette Lake, Annual Craft Fair, Book Sale.
9 a.m. 518-3077.
14-26...JAZZ...Lake Placid Institute
International Jazz Seminar Lake Placid , Call for schedule Phone:
14th Annual North American Northumbrian Pipers Convention,
Essex, New York. For registration and further details contact: Alan
Jones PO Box 130, Rouses Point NY 12979 Telephone
514-849-2944. Click here for website.
19...FOOT RACE...3rd Annual "Olga" Memorial Foot Race 5K Walk/ 1K Run/ 5K Run, Race begins 10.00AM Pre-register by 8/7/2000 for a Freee T-Shirt. Call Mary Bartel, Race Director at 518-891-0702 for more information. email:email@example.com Sponsored by the River Coridor Commission
19-20..FLEA MARKET...Tupper Lake, Masonic Flea Market
& Craft Fair. This annual event has been going on for over
30 years and draws over 300 vendors displaying arts & crafts
to flea market items. For info. contact George Graton at P.O.
Box 671, Tupper Lake, NY 12986.
19-20..SAILBOAT RACES...Tupper Lake, 2nd Annual Lumberjack
Regatta. Regatta sailboat races will be held. Thistle class owners
are invited. A "Skipper'' meeting will begin at 11am on Sat.
and race start is at 12pm (noon). There will be three races on
Sat.(weather permitting). On Sun. the first race will start at
10am. There will be two races on Sun. All races will begin at
the New York State DEC boat ramp on Moody Rd. Registration fee
is $10. Awards will be given to the top three finishers &
23...LECTURE...Lake Pleasant, Adirondack Discovery- Lecture,
8 p.m. Lake Pleasant School. 315-357-3598.
26...ANTIQUE BOATS...Lake George, Antique &
Classic Boat Rendezvous, Beach Road, 27th annual event. 10:00am-4:00pm.
Free admission. 371-8683.
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Please call to confirm date, time & location of all events.