So here it is. (Photo courtesy of Chuck Gijanto). Yes, it was 90+ today in the shade. But this photo of the Ticonderoga Beach post Labor Day tells a story of fun and sun behind us for now, a breathtaking view of a gorgeous landscape that will – shortly – be clothed in ice and … Read More
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Ticonderoga Fishing Tournaments Season!
This month is definitely fishing derby season in and around Ticonderoga! There are plenty of events upcoming, so check your bait, gas up the boat and get your line in the water! Here are some fishing derby events coming up: 8/22/15: NBS Fishing Tournament | Ticonderoga Boat Launch. Contact Sandy Oja for information at (603) … Read More
Meet Ticonderoga Folk Rock Artist Ashley Sofia
A native of the Adirondacks, Ashley Sofia is a trending fold rock artist with a graceful style and original sound. This young Ticonderoga born musician has been named a Saratoga Springs Caffe Lena emerging artist, her album Love and Fury was named one of the “Best Records of 2014,” by The Times Union and she … Read More
Ticonderoga NY Area Beaches | Lake George, Lake Champlain, Schroon Lake
Beaches In The Ticonderoga Area Whether you’re a resident or visitor to Ticonderoga NY, you know there’s nothing quite as fresh and enjoyable as taking a dip into the cool, clean waters of Adirondack lakes. Nearly every small town in the Lake Champlain and Lake George Regions have a public beach where you can take … Read More
Meet Steve LaMere, Essex County Fish Hatchery Director!
Meet Steve LaMere, Director of the Essex County Fish Hatchery in Crown Point, NY! Steve manages the day-to-day operations at the hatchery, a program that has a significant impact on the region’s recreational and economic health. The Essex County Fish Hatchery is a great place to bring the kids when you are visiting the Ticonderoga … Read More
Ticonderoga is “Ship” Shape!
Do you know just how often “Ticonderoga” has been used to name a ship? An Iroquois word meaning “between two waters,” Ticonderoga NY was a vital area of land during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution. Fort Ticonderoga was the sight of many bloody battles as it changed hands several times during … Read More
Did You Know: Ticonderoga Bicentennial Clock
The Ticonderoga Bicentennial Clock on Montcalm Street is one of those local features that we tend to take for granted or actually overlook…it seems like it has always been there! Maybe you see it out of the corner of your eye driving through town…glance at it as you pass by, or maybe you don’t even … Read More
Meet Heather Johns: Director, Black Watch Library
The Black Watch Library is a Ticonderoga treasure…a valued community resource, a public service partner in the region, and a favorite destination for kids of all ages for over a century. We wanted to share more information about the Black Watch Library, and who better to share the past and future goals of the library … Read More
Ticonderoga Pencils: Made In Ticonderoga?
Ticonderoga pencils. It almost seems like a sure thing…with a standout name like Ticonderoga, you might assume that these pencils are – or were – made right here in Ti. The truth is, the pencils themselves were never made in Ticonderoga, but the graphite originally used in the pencils was mined in Ticonderoga. Ticonderoga pencils … Read More
1st Annual Ticonderoga “Mom Prom” is March 14th!
Save the Date! Saturday, March 14th, the first ever Ticonderoga Mom Prom for the Ticonderoga Area will be held at the Best Western Plus in Ticonderoga from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm to benefit the Best 4th of the North Celebration and the Kiwanis of Ticonderoga Backpack Program. “Mom Proms” are the latest craze, sweeping … Read More