Wednesday August 28th, 2019 9amHuletts Landing Library & Gallery
We hope you’ll participate in the annual meeting of The Friends Historic Huletts Landing and bring ALL your ideas and suggestions for how we can make it even better and honor our rich history while still making it relevant and exciting for generations to come.
Wednesday August 14th, 2019 7:30pm Mountain Grove Memorial Church
Have you ever biked along Erie Canal, perhaps spotted it on your drive and admired it? Well now you can learn why it was built and how its construction impacted canal communities.
Brad L. Utter, Senior Historian & Curator of New York State Committee on Geographic Names at the New York State Museum will be giving a historical lecture on why the Northern Canal was built and how it impacted the surrounding communities.
Wednesday July 17th, 2019 7:30pmMountain Grove Memorial Church
Everyday we all enjoy our cities and take for granted that we can see so easily at night, but how did everyone get by before there was electricity? How did all the opulent hotels stay illuminated? How was the city that never sleeps so bright? Or was it?
Join us on WEDNESDAY, July 17th as John Ripp (who spent 40 years studying and remediating 19th century manufactured gas plants throughout the country including old gas works in Troy, Ballston Spa, Saratoga, Glens Falls and Whitehall) discusses how iconic New York cities & hotels were lit before electricity.
You are cordially invited to the Huletts Landing Volunteer Fire Company Open House. Come get to know your fire department and its resources better and enjoy free ice cream sandwiches. Every 15 minutes a “Stop the Bleed” kit will be given away and training provided.
Also, encourage your kids and grandkids to enter the poster contest to win fame and prizes in three age categories. Click here for all the details of the contest.
Feel free to call Fire Chief Jay at 518-480-9595 with any questions.
September 7, 2018 1pmWhite House on Bluff Head Road
We hope you can join us as neighbors and key partners of the Lake George Land Conservancy’s (LGLC) in the recent conservation project in Huletts Landing. Join LGLC staff to celebrate the grand opening of the Leeming Jelliffe Preserve’s trail system, Friday, September 7, 2018. The event will include a ribbon-cutting and dedication of the preserve.