Thursday, July 19, 2018

Waterski Show Team, Cardboard Boat Float In Long Lake July 21st

US Waterski Show TeamThe US Waterski Show Team is set to perform at the Long Lake Town Beach on Saturday, July 21st. Demonstrations begin at 10 am with the team performance at 2 pm. The showcase will be along the Long Lake beach waterfront in front of the Helms Seaplane Base and the Long Lake Town Beach, along NYS Route 30.

The US Waterski Show Team is a water-ski club based out of Scotia NY and celebrating their 50th year anniversary. The club can be seen weekly on Tuesday nights in front of Jumpin’ Jacks Drive In along the Mohawk River.

Other beach activities on July 21st include the Cardboard Boat Box Float Contest starting at 11 am. Children of all ages build a boat out of cardboard and duct tape provided by the Town of Long Lake from 11 am to 1 pm. Pre-built boats are welcome to float, but boats must be made out of cardboard and tape only. No floatation devices can be part of the boat construction. The Float Off competition starts at 1 pm. The last boat floating wins prizes from local businesses. All activities are at the Long Lake Town Beach located at 1258 Main Street, NYS Route 30, Long Lake.

Free Parking is available at Long Lake Central School located on School Street off of Main Street, Route 30, at the former site of the Long Lake Highway Garage at 1179 Main Street, along Becker Road behind the Town Hall. There will be a shuttle bus providing park and ride transportation. There will be limited parking available near the beach.

For more information about Long Lake visit their website or call (518) 624-3077.

Photo of US Waterski Show Team provided.

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2 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    One summer when I was in college I helped these guys set a new worlds record for the most skiers behind one boat. It was crazy. We had 38 skiers behind one boat!

  2. says:

    She joined the York Glaziers Trust in January 2016.

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