Posts Tagged ‘Silver Bay’

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Silver Bay YMCA announces Mother’s Day, Memorial Day events

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Silver Bay YMCA is excited to announce its upcoming events for May and June. Starting May 10 – 13 Silver Bay will be celebrating Mother’s Day with its Mother Day’s Weekend celebration. Silver Bay has a weekend full of events planned from kid’s crafts on Friday, May 10, open hours at the archery range and Boathouse on Saturday, to Mother’s Day Brunch and Family Photo Sessions on Sunday.

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Monday, January 29, 2024

Adirondack-area nonprofits welcome new hires

William W. Reiley, Ph.D.

Several Adirondack-area nonprofit organizations have recently announced a lineup of new leadership, staff, board members, and trustees. See below for details on these announcements by the following establishments, Adirondack Foundation, Adirondack Council, the Trudeau Institute, The Hyde Collection, and Silver Bay YMCA.

 

Trudeau Institute appoints William Reiley as new head of scientific research institute

Saranac Lake, NY —The Trudeau Institute Board of Trustees has named William W. Reiley, Ph.D., the next president, director and chief executive officer of Trudeau Institute.

Dr. Reiley is replacing William Chapin, who has announced plans to step down on Feb. 1. Chapin has accepted a new position at another organization in the Tri-Lakes region.

Dr. Reiley, who has served in a range of positions at Trudeau since 2006, is currently chief scientific officer at the research institute, as well as a principal investigator and head of TICRO Bioservices, the contract research unit he helped launch in 2011.

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Saturday, January 6, 2024

Discounted tickets for Bluegrass in Heaven available until Feb. 29

 

 Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper perform in Silver Bay's Auditorium during the 2023 Bluegrass in Heaven.

Silver Bay, NY – Silver Bay YMCA is pleased to announce the return of its premier family-friendly musical festival, Bluegrass in Heaven, which is slated to take place from September 13 – 15, 2024.

The first Bluegrass in Heaven music festival, which occurred in September 2023 on Silver Bay YMCA’s 700-acre campus, passed expectations with over 300 tickets sold. Until February 29, individuals buying Bluegrass in Heaven Tickets will be able to use the promo code BGIHEarlyBird to receive a 10-percent discount off their ticket purchase. (The promo code will work on all ticket types.)

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Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Kids get chance to test musical abilities at ‘Instrument Petting Zoo’

During the Instrument Petting Zoo kids got to experiment with different instruments.

Silver Bay, NY – Silver Bay YMCA proudly welcomed the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra (GFS) to the stage in their Auditorium on Saturday, July 29. The orchestra’s performance was part of Silver Bay YMCA’s Summer Concert Series and was one of the most well-attended shows this summer. Before the concert began, GFS partnered with We Are Instrumental (WAI), a nonprofit that works to improve accessibility to musical education for children in Northern NY, to provide families and children with a hands-on experience with real instruments, this experience is referred to as an “Instrument Petting Zoo.”

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Thursday, June 22, 2023

Silver Bay YMCA announces Bluegrass in Heaven music festival set for Sept.

Bluegrass festival logo

Silver Bay, NY –  Silver Bay YMCA is excited to announce the first ever Bluegrass in Heaven (BGIH) music festival. BGIH is a bluegrass music festival that is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Sept. 17 at Silver Bay YMCA, 87 Silver Bay Rd. Silver Bay N.Y., 12874.  BGIH will bring together some of the top bluegrass artists such as 2019 Grammy Bluegrass Album of the Year winner Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper and regional talent such as the Bob & Sarah Amos Band.

Event organizers said they are excited to be bringing the Bob & Sarah Amos band to the very first ‘Bluegrass in Heaven’ festival.

 

“The YMCA campus, located right on shore of beautiful Lake George in Silver Bay NY, is a perfect location and facility for a music festival. The lineup of performers is amazing, and we can’t wait to be a part of it,” said Bob and Sarah Amos, of the Bob & Sarah Amos Band.


Thursday, March 2, 2023

Silver Bay YMCA holds annual Winter Weekend event

Guests cheer each other on during the original giant board game, Horse Racing.

SILVER BAY – Silver Bay YMCA hosted its annual Winter Weekend celebration Feb. 17 through Feb. 20. Despite the lack of snow, the community showed up in full force to partake in the winter-themed fun.

 

The fun started Friday evening with rock climbing and S’mores in Fisher Gymnasium where there was lots of laughter, memories, and sweet treats to be had and a Paint n’ Sip class in Gullen Lounge.

 

The excitement continued into Saturday with Broom Ball, arts and crafts, a mini disc golf tournament, cookie decorating, and an ice carving demonstration. The night ended with a community concert by “Uncle Juan’s Band.”

 

“I love Silver Bay,” Holly Kocher, a 10-year-old from Pennsylvania, proclaimed.

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Friday, February 24, 2023

Silver Bay YMCA secures $1 million in funding for Fisher Gymnasium capital project  

Exterior of Fisher Gymnasium in Silver Bay.

SILVER BAY Silver Bay YMCA was recently notified that its request for $1 million in funding from the Congressional Community Project Funding was granted.

 

Silver Bay YMCA would like to thank Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D- N.Y) for their support of the appropriation within the federal budget.

 

“We are so appreciative of our New York delegation in Congress recognizing and supporting the need for creating new jobs as well as increasing the access to health and wellness in our area,” Silver Bay YMCA CEO Peter Doliber stated.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Silver Bay YMCA to reopen Ticonderoga teen center in 2022

Silver Bay YMCA Ticonderoga teen center

The Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center is happy to  announce it will be reopening its impactful teen center in Ticonderoga in 2022, Chief  Executive Officer Steve Tamm stated. 

“The decision was an easy one to make. We heard loud and clear from the community that  our teen center was missed and numerous studies indicate that children have suffered from  isolation throughout this pandemic. Our discussions with Councilman Mark Russell, Chair of  the Ticonderoga Youth Commission, have been so very positive since we started our re opening discussions back in late 2020,” said Tamm.  

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Friday, August 9, 2019

American, NYC Ballet Dancers Performing at Silver Bay

Silver Bay Association AuditoriumDancers of American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet are set to present an evening of dance on August 15th, 2019 at Silver Bay YMCA Family Conference & Retreat Center, 87 Silver Bay Rd, at Silver Bay on Lake George.

The performance will showcase the talents of soloist Unity Phelan of New York City Ballet and dancers Isabella Boylston, Cory Stearns, Sung Woo Han, Devon Teuscher, and James Whiteside of American Ballet Theatre, who will perform several excerpts from a variety of famous ballets, such as Le Corsaire, Manon, and Swan Lake, as well as new choreography in the world premiere of Le Sablier at the Auditorium on the Silver Bay campus. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, June 20, 2019

Silver Bay Collects 1,500 Pounds of Electronic Trash

EWaste silver bay ymcaThe Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center announced that they collected over 1,500 lbs of electronic waste at their annual community e-waste recycling event on June 8th in Silver Bay. In a statement to the press, Chief Executive Officer Steve Tamm announced that the event collected the largest amount of electronic waste ever in the event’s eight-year history. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, May 29, 2019

E-Waste Recycling Day at Silver Bay YMCA

Silver Bay Association Auditorium The Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center is set to hold its 8th annual e-waste recycling event on Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at its location in Silver Bay, Lake George.

Members of the community are invited to drop off unwanted equipment such as microwaves, laptops, printers, and similar electric appliances for recycling between the hours of 10 am to noon, and 1 to 3 pm at the Silver Bay YMCA campus. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, February 28, 2019

Ticonderoga Youth Center Receives Grant

Teen Center Kids T ShirtsThe Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center recently received a $5,000 grant from the International Paper Foundation to support the Silver Bay YMCA Teen Center in Ticonderoga.

The Silver Bay YMCA Teen Center in Ticonderoga serves teens, grades 6th-12th. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Silver Bay YMCA First To Seek LID Certification

Lake George from Silver bayThe leaders of Silver Bay YMCA on Lake George are the first to seek LID certification from the Lake George Waterkeeper.

LID is an acronym for Low Impact Development, and the projects that disturb landscapes the least and leave the lake’s water quality undiminished will be LID certified – much as green buildings are LEED certified. » Continue Reading.


Monday, October 7, 2013

Lake George Historic Preservation Projects Recognized

Silver bay (Lake George Mirror Photo)A downtown commercial building, a YMCA conference center and a private home, all on or near Lake George, all received awards from Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) when the organization held its annual luncheon in Lake Clear on September 30.

Jim Major’s restored Heustis block in Ticonderoga, the Silver Bay YMCA and the Bixby family’s house in Bolton Landing were among the six properties to receive awards this year, said Susan Arena, AARCH’s program director. » Continue Reading.


Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Forgotten Lake George Photographers:
The J.S. Wooley Project

Wooley PhotographAn early 20th century Lake George photographer is about to receive the attention that many local collectors, historians and photographers believe he richly deserves.

The photographer is Jesse Sumner Wooley (1867-1943), and the J.S. Wooley Project,  a collaborative effort of photographer Richard Timberlake, Bolton Landing collector and resident Matt Finley and the Brookside Museum in Ballston Spa, has already produced standing-room only slide shows and lectures at the Brookside Museum and Silver Bay, where Wooley was the official photographer from 1908 to 1923.  Another presentation will be presented at the Crandall Library in Glens Falls on October 15. » Continue Reading.



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