The Point is looking forward to the fourth of July weekend with our traditional fireworks show. We are very happy to hear that the Upper Saranac Lake community is excited about the show and we wanted to make sure everyone knew that the fireworks will be taking place on Sunday, July 3rd, any time between […]
The state Senate confirmed Adirondack Park Agency Commissioner Sherman Craig Friday night to chair the agency board and Franklin County Legislator Barb Rice of Saranac Lake to be an APA commissioner. The Senate also approved the appointments of Chad Dawson, a professor emeritus of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and Elk Lake […]
Come visit Eagle Island for the afternoon! Monday, July 11, 1 – 4 pm. You are invited to Eagle Island. Take a tour of this National Historic Landmark, take in the view from Mariners’ Rock and visit a platform tent to see where campers lived for 70 years. Please complete this form to make your […]
The Bluebird of Happiness Has Arrived at Upper Saranac Lake Chris Cohan The bluebird is a longtime symbol of happiness, good health and hope, similar to what the Lake means to many of us. This spring I installed four bluebird houses at the Lake, two at the Upper Saranac Lake boat launch (with State DEC […]
Pierre and Laurie Lapeyre of New York City paid $12 million for the property and its furnishings on Wednesday, June 8. They have been visiting The Point for more than 24 years. Pierre Lapeyre is originally from New Orleans and Laurie is from Washington, DC. Pierre is the co-founder and senior managing director of Riverstone […]
2016 Upper Saranac Wooden Boat Parade: “The 20th Anniversary Running of the Boats” 2016 will mark the 20th anniversary of “The Running of the Boats” on Upper Saranac. Fortunately, unlike the “Running of the Bulls” in Pamplona, the U.S. Boat Parade tends to go fairly smoothly (and without a goring, to the best of my […]
July 18, 5-7:30 pm Please join us for a casual evening by Greenleaf Pond with your family and Upper Saranac Lake neighbors. The meal is picnic fare served buffet style, and after dinner visit with the otters, paint a picture, or stroll along Wild Walk after hours. No charge, with reservations by July 11 very […]
The following gatherings have been scheduled. Watch for invitations from your zone chair. Zone 2 Chair – Mary Ann Randall July 30 5–7 pm 26 Loon Over Lane Zone 6 Chair – Cheryl Joyce July 30 4 pm Del Greico camp Guy Middleton will speak Zone 8 Chair – Jane Oravec July 16 Details to […]
Monday, July 11 Water Shield Workshop, Back Bay Boat Launch Friday, July 29 Adirondack Lakes Alliance, Lake Association Symposium, Paul Smith’s College, www.adirondacklakesalliance.org Monday, August 15 Water Shield Workshop, Back Bay Boat Launch Any time in August Volunteer Asian Clam Survey Registration and additional information can be found on the USF web page at www.uslf.org
Mountain and Valleys – Heaven Hill Farm, 302 Bear Cub Lane, Lake Placid July 19 from 3 to 5; July 20 from 9 to 2 pm Floral Designs, Horticulture Entries, Photographs, Conservation Exhibits Free and Open to the Public www.adirondackgardenclub.com
For about 6 or 7 years – with the exception of last year – we have had a boat mechanic come out to our camp at the beginning of each season to prep our boat (battery, lube change, spark plugs etc.) and sometimes drop it into the lake depending on which family member had a […]
Please read the update on our News page by Jon Landsberg before commenting.
I’m proud to support the efforts of USLA even though I’m not a camp resident as I spend many happy hours fishing on the lake each summer. I would like to know if USLA offers a decal that I could place on my boat or vehicle to show that support?
You are invited to a reception for Dr. Nina Schoch and the Loon Project, on Friday, 28 August, from 5-7 PM, at the home of Ellen and Michael Bettmann, 628 Panther Ledge (the last drive on the left as you start down the hill toward the marsh on Panther Mountain Road). Dr Schoch, of the […]
For Generations The Campaign for the Adirondack Museum You are invited to a small cocktail reception hosted by museum friend Brian Del Toro As the institution honors its past while implementing exciting changes, your thoughts and input are of great importance to us Please join in a conversation with museum Executive Director David Kahn Sunday, […]
Saturday, July 18th is our Annual Loon Census – from 8am – 9am. It’s fun and simple – just doing what you already enjoy – watching the loons. The only difference is you’ll count them at one specific time. Our lake has been the largest lake to have 100% coverage for 6 years! I will […]
Does anyone know if the work on the boat launch at the north end is completed? The DEC plans to be there on the 16th/17th to inspect boats for drainage.
If the Harrietstown Town Council doesn’t change its mind, the Tupper Lake Volunteer Ambulance and Emergency Squad will no longer be providing Emergency Medical Service/ambulance coverage in the portions of the Town it has since 2008. Both the Town and the Ambulance neglected to renew the enabling contract at the end of 2009. The Ambulance […]
We need to install a filter for iron on our water supply Need a plumber Any recommendations?
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