Daily Archives: August 1, 2012

BLOOD DRIVE

Lake Placid Masonic Lodge #834, in conjunction with the CVPH North Country Regional Blood Center, will be conducting a Blood Drive on Thursday, August 2, 2012  from 3:00-6:00 pm. The site will be the Lodge at 219 Station Street across from the train depot.  Blood donations are an easy and affordable way to contribute to the relief of the…

SARANAC LAKE ROAD CLOSURES August 2nd

Saranac Lake’s Block Party will close downtown roads on Thursday, August 2nd. The Section of Main Street from the intersection at River Street to the Broadway intersection will be closed off for this event. Saranac Lake Police say the road will close at approximately 11:30am and will remain closed until approximately 8pm. In addition to…

TRANSFIGURATIONS from LP SINFONIETTA AUG 5th

“Transfigurations” is the next of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta’s concert series at theLake PlacidCenterfor the Arts.   Held on  Sunday, August 5 at7:30 PMthis concert will feature the ACE trio performing Beethovens magnificent “Triple Concerto” with the orchestra.  Tickets are available through the LPCA box office, 518.523.2512, all seating is reserved.  There is no charge for students…

NY ADDS 156 ACRES

DEC Partners with the Nature Conservancy to Conserve Chubbs Dock Property ALBANY, NY — In partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the state has acquired 156 acres on Southern Lake Champlain in the Town of Dresdon, Washington County that will be added to the State Forest Preserve, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe…

LACROSSE IN LAKE PLACID – SPORTS SHORTS

The 5th Quarter Club and Saranac Lake Varsity Football team are hosting a free one-night youth football camp for students in grades 1-6 tonight from 6 – 8 p.m.  If you would like more information, call 891-5679..LACROSSE ADULT SCHEDULE BEGINS TODAY!199 teams in 15 different divisions of play and youth Lacrosse Camps converge on Lake…

TRAINING TO IDENTIFY INVASIVES August 2nd

Learn to identify Asian clam, spiny waterflea and other aquatic invasives  KEENE VALLEY At least 79 Adirondack lakes and ponds are infested with invasive plants like Eurasian watermilfoil and water chestnut; however, it is not just invasive plants that threaten the health and beauty of Adirondack water bodies. Aquatic invasive animals such as spiny waterflea…