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Avoid the crowds and start your holiday shopping with us!
Adirondack Christmas on Main Street – November 29, 30 & December 1, 2013.
The 2013 Inlet Youth Commission summer programs begin June 26th and run for 7 weeks, ending August 9th. Swimming, baseball and tennis will be offered to children ages 5 and up. All programs are held Monday through Friday of each week. Baseball is 8:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M, tennis is noon to 2P.M. And swimming is noon to 3P.M.. Children will be divided according to age and/or skill in each program. There is no fee for tax payers in the Town of Inlet. A $35.00 fee per family, not families, is required for all others. Registration sheets are required for each child prior to participation. These forms are available at the Inlet Town Hall offices or online. A child may join at any time during the program.
Download a pdf of the Registration Form: Inlet Youth Commission Summer Program Registration Form
The Blue Mountain Lake Center for the Arts will hold weekly programs for an additional fee in conjunction with the Youth Commission. Each class will be held in the Youth Commissions new on site building – “The Coaches Cabin”. Information on these programs can be obtained from Blue Mountain Lake Center for the Arts at a later date.
Tickets are now available in the Inlet Information Office and the Town of Webb Visitor Center for “An Evening with the Symphony”. Join us on Saturday, July 6, 2013 for a night with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
Free Children’s Concert under the tent at Arrowhead Park begins at 3:00 pm.
Cocktail Benefit at The Woods Inn begins at 4:00 pm.
Symphony under the tent at Arrowhead Park begins at 7:30 pm.
General Admission Tickets are $25 each until June 1, 2013 at which time the will then go up to $30 each.
Cocktail Tickets, which include preferred seating during the performance, are $110 each.
Frozen Fire & Lights Thank You
The Town of Inlet and the Inlet Area Business Association would like to say Thank You to all those who made the 12th Annual Frozen Fire & Lights a great success!
At Fern Park, the sledding hill was a very popular spot, and the ski trails were enjoyed by many, while a nice fire was burning to keep everyone warm. The Inlet Public Library had some visitors stop in for their book sale. The Inlet Youth Commission had a very nice turnout for their Noah’s Ark Animal Workshop held at the Inlet Town Hall. Around 5:30 people started gathering around the huge bonfire at Arrowhead Park, where free hot cider and Zweigle’s hot dogs were served and raffle tickets for an Ellie Sound 120 XE Kayak were sold to benefit the Inlet Historical Society. This kayak will be raffled off on September 13, 2014. Promptly at 7:00 PM began the awesome display of fireworks by American Fireworks out of Utica. As Paul Chambers promised, the show was “bigger, brighter, louder, longer!” After the fireworks, many wandered over to Matt’s Draft House @ Screamen Eagle for Wine & Chocolate Sampling and then over to The Woods Inn for live entertainment by Double Barrel.
The 4th Annual Cardboard Sled Race was another success! We had 21 entries and handed out 5 trophies. Speed was broken down into three categories by age. In youngest group Addison, Coutney & Natalie Hitchcock of Eagle Bay took home the trophy in their “Olympic Bobsled (Inlet 2014)” with a time of 8.18 seconds. Fastest in the middle group was the “Mystery Machine” piloted by Hunter, Amanda & John Lincoln of Canandaigua with a time of 5.9 seconds. Fastest in the oldest group went to Raigan & Mackenzie LaPorte of Eagle Bay in their “Military Jeep” with a time of 6.41 seconds. Because their jeep was so impressive, they also took home the trophy for “Best in Show”. And award for Great Spirit (and the most rolls with a smile on her face) went to Charlotte Clark of Inlet in “Pink Bullet”. Thank you to Dennis Hudson for his master of ceremonies performance and for manning the starting line at the top of the Fern Park sledding hill. Thank you to the following for their assistance with judging, timing, inspecting, registration and making sure the sleds stayed upright: Adele Burnett, Margie & Bruce O’Hara, Nancy Jennings, Patty Wittmeyer, Jason & Lisa Smith, and John & Andrea Frey. We are looking forward to next year’s entries!
Thank you to the following for their contributions towards the fireworks: Central Adirondack Association – Adirondack Bank – Adirondack Fairway B&B – Adirondack Reader – Big Moose Yamaha – BJ Queen Enterprises – Tim & Jill Brownsell – Burkhard Evans – Cinnamon Bear B&B – Clark Energy – Clark’s Marina & Snowmobile Rentals – Construction Effects – Brad Damon – Deer Meadows Motel – Drake’s Inn – Eagle Bay Village – Leo Fadel – French Louie ADK Sports – Frisky Otter Tours – Don Gerace – Golden Acres – Hard Times Café – Inlet Barnstormers Snowmobile Club – Inlet Department Store – Inlet Golf Club – Kalil’s Grocery – Levi Lumber – Marina Motel – Eugene Melnyczuk – Mike Marluea Builder – Nelson’s Cottages – The Ole Barn – The Parquet House – Lee Peabody – Pedals & Petals – Quinn’s Cottages – Raquette Lake Supply Co. – Red Dog Tavern – Richard Lutz Building & Mechanical – Rocky Point Properties – Nick Rose – Screamen Eagle Pizza – Jane Slack – Penny Stuart – T’s EZ Mart – Tamarack Café – Ted Payne’s Bus Service – The Wine Shop – The Woods Inn – Zone 3.
Thank you to the following for their time spent setting everything up, attending bonfires and manning hospitality booths: Paul & Reggie Chambers, Aimee VanWie, Dennis & Barb Thibado, Lisa Gambacorta, Mitch Lee, Jay Latterman, Amy Townsend, and the Rochester Post Explorers.
Thank you to the Town of Inlet Highway Department and Parks Department for moving snow, grooming the sledding hill and trails, moving tables, and everything else necessary to ready the parks for this event.
Huge thank you to Mary’s White Pine Bakery for supplying hot dogs & cider, and to the Inlet Youth Commission for providing the grill. Thank you to the Inlet Emergency Services for being on standby with the ambulance at the sled races and the fireworks. Thank you to Mary Marleau & Jamie White of the Inlet Youth Commission for hosting the Noah’s Ark Animal Workshop with lots of help from Robin Murdock. Thank you to American Fireworks for an awesome show! Thank you to the Town of Inlet and the Inlet area businesses for their support during this event. And thank you all for your enthusiasm.
And if we have missed anyone, forgive us. Thanks again for a wonderful weekend.
Inlet Area Business Association
Snowshoe Magazine has listed Inlet’s Frozen Fire & Lights as one of the Top Adirondack Winter Festivals and Events
Read the full article here: The New Year Brings Winter Events and Family-Friendly Fun in the Adirondacks
Avoid the hassle and the crowds … shop with us Thanksgiving Weekend and participate in some fun small-town activities!
Download the map & schedule here: Adirondack Christmas on Main Street 2012
THE BUSKERS at Arrowhead Park – Saturday, August 4, 2012
As part of Inlet’s Sunsets by the Lake summer concert series at Arrowhead Park, Dennis & Eileen Michael will present folk/pop/jazz artists THE BUSKERS on Saturday, August 4 from 6-8 pm. This will be the fourth season THE BUSKERS are in the area and they put on a show you don’t want to miss. So bring a chair or a blanket and enjoy a spectacular sunset with them. (Rain location Fern Park Pavilion.)
The Buskers are Kathy Sommer on acoustic and electric violins and mandolin, Craig Jaster on piano, bass, and accordion, Paul Hubert on guitars, and Kyle Tupper on drums, all with three and four part vocal harmonies. Their “roots” repertoire ignores traditional boundaries between jazz, folk, pop and rock and their sound is defined by deep respect for the craft of songwriting and arranging. In performance, they play a lively fusion of their original acoustic folk/pop, New Orleans-influenced R&B, and jazz, and they always throw fiddle tunes somewhere in the mix. All members write most of the songs in their repertoire. A review in Fourth Coast Entertainment magazine describes THE BUSKERS, “Spunky, energetic, fabulously talented…see this band if you get a chance. I’d even call them luminescent. As well as versatile, passionate, and funny.”
The original group formed in 1993 after meeting at an open mic night in Bristol, NH. Since then they have produced three recordings, gone on to represent New Hampshire at the Eastern States Expo, and perform at historic venues like Canterbury Shaker Village and at town bandstands, music festivals, and opera houses and coffeehouses in the northeast.
For serious BUSKERS fans, more information about this eclectic band and their 2012 schedule can be viewed on their website and blog at www.thebuskers.com.
This concert series is brought to you by the Town of Inlet, Eugene Melnyczuk, Dennis & Eileen Michael, Mountainman Outdoor Supply Co., JRWPhoto.com, the Central Adirondack Association, Overlook at Fifth, The Wine Shop, Red Dog Tavern, Screamen Eagle Pizza, Adirondack Reader, French Louie ADK Sports and Ken & Julie Biehn.
Skiing Magazine lists Black Fly Challenge #1 of “Five Bad-Ass Things to do in June”
Read it here: “Bucket-list worthy events to add to your roster.”
We are getting ready. May 2 is Community Pride Day, a day the communities get together and clean up the streets.
Thendara, Old Forge, Eagle Bay, Big Moose, Inlet, Raquette Lake, Long Lake & Indian Lake
Volunteers who show up will receive an event t-shirt and a free lunch.