Adirondack Winter Carnivals Kick-Off February’s Line-Up of Festivals
I know it kills everyone to look for things to do every weekend. It looks like every corner of the Adirondacks is having some sort of “event” next month. Strange how the suffix “-stock” never made the list.
Given so many to choose from, I thought a map would help. Plus, I threw in a couple bonus Carnifests and a planning chart.
Mitch wrote: February 21 & 22 2009 Cool Adirondack Info
FROZEN FIRE & LIGHTS – Inlet, NY
Sat & Sun:
ADIRONDACK BANK NY State Championship SLED DOG RACES Both Days beginning at 9:00 AM. Start/Finish Line behind Murdock Trucking/Cindy’s Tanning & Fitness Center, Limekiln Road (near The Ole Barn). Races will run until they run of of teams.
BOOK SALE 11:00 AM-3:00 PM at the Inlet Public Library.
BONFIRE begins at Noon with free cocoa & donuts at Fern Park.
INLET PTP SKATING PARTY 1:00-3:00 PM with music & refreshments at Fern Park.
NOAH’S ARK ANIMAL WORKSHOP 2:30-5:30 PM at the Inlet Town Hall. Make your own stuffed animal with the Inlet Youth Commission.
BOOK SALE begins at 5:00 PM with free hot dogs & cocoa at Arrowhead Park.
FIREWORKS over the frozen snow & ice begins at 7:00 PM at Arrowhead Park.
WINE & CHOCOLATE SAMPLING after the fireworks at Matt’s Draft House.
SLED DOG AWARDS CEREMONY after the races at the Start/Finish Line.
Free Sledding, Ice Skating, Snowshoeing & Cross-country Skiing at Fern Park (ice skate, snowshoe & ski rentals available locally, bring your own sled)
Those sleds are flying! Here’s video from last year:
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