Thursday, July 18, 2019

7th Annual Adirondack Challenge Festival

Adirondack Challenge Festival touch a truck The 7th Annual Adirondack Challenge Festival in Indian Lake has been set for, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 19 – 21.

Governor Andrew Cuomo inaugurated this annual event in Indian Lake seven years ago to highlight recreational tourism in the Adirondack Park. The annual event has become an opportunity for Indian Lake businesses, organizations and the Town to showcase themselves with a variety of visitor activities.

During the weekend, numerous family fun Adirondack Challenge Festival activities will be held throughout the Town, including a Poker Paddle; Scavenger Hunt; Art Exhibits; Scenic Boat Cruise; Theater Film Showings; Moose on the Loose Contest; A Dam Fine Drive -Self Guided; ADK Challenge Stamp-About Card; Boat, Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Canoe and Bike Rentals; Monarch Butterfly Exhibits, Games and Stories; Shakespeare in the Park – performances; Wine Tastings; Guided Hikes; Plant Sales; Auto Showing; Farmers Market; Touch A Truck; ADK Loon Presentation; Museum-Open House; Bird and Wildflower-Nature Stroll; Wine Tasting; and Chicken BBQ.

This event is hosted by the Town of Indian Lake, Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce and the Indian Lake Community Development Corporation.

Details and descriptions of Adirondack Challenge activities, are included in the Festival brochure, which visitors can pick up in local businesses, Town Hall and Chamber of Commerce. The brochure is also available online. For more information about the Festival weekend, contact the Indian Lake Community Development Corporation at (518) 648-5636.

Photo of Touch A Truck event provided.

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