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  |   January 20, 2014   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
Did you catch the Raquette River Winter Experience on WPBS? We want to welcome you to the Town of Long Lake’s website. This past weekend was the Long Lake Winter Carnival as featured on the program, we had terrific winter events including broomball, Ladies Frying Pan Toss, and the first leg of the Adirondack Cardboard Box Racing Circuit. If you are looking for a fun-filled weekend excursion to Long Lake we recommend the weekend of February 7th and 8th, 2014. Plenty of time to plan and get organized and make a winter weekend out of it. It is a Winter Fest Weekend featuring a Poker Run, a game played by car or snowmobile, Ice Fest and the Lake Eaton Ice Fishing Derby. Three events in one-weekend! For the Poker Run players start off in cars or by snowmobile in Raquette Lake or Newcomb utilizing a network of community connector trails. Players gather stamps at participating local businesses and join in the dealing at the Long Lake Diner on Saturday, February 8th for the prizes. Highest hand wins. Plenty of doorprizes and souvenirs for participants. If you are looking for a snowmobile map or t ... Read more
  |   January 18, 2014   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
Hot off the presses. Check out this highlight video of past winter carnival’s! This should get you ready for today’s festivities. We’ll see you at Mt. Sabattis at noon. GPS or Garmin – enter 1100 Deerland Road – gets you close enough. Parking available at bottom of hill, Owls Head Lane, South Hill Road. Little Bus will be running starting at 4pm until end of festivities. For 2014, a special thank you to the Town of Newcomb for providing us with wheels. For a ride call 518-323-5000 ... Read more
  |   January 16, 2014   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
The communities of Long Lake, Indian Lake, Old Forge, Inlet and Speculator have joined forces to bring the Adirondack Cardboard Sled Races to fruition. The racers must compete in a minimum of three races to qualify for points. The overall points will be counted and the winner will be announced at Oak Mountain and March 1st and awarded a trophy for their efforts. Here’s a link to a radio interview with last years champion! NCPR Radio Interview with Bob Lewin, Winner 2013 Adk Cardboard Sled Racing Circuit Dates & Location for Races: January 16th 1pm Long Lake, Mt. Sabattis Recreation Area February 16th Noon – Indian Lake, Indian Lake Ski Hill February 16th – 3pm -Old Forge, McCauley Mountain February 22nd – 1pm – Inlet, Fern Park March 1st – 1pm, Speculator, Oak Mountain ... Read more
  |   January 11, 2014   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
The Moonlighter’s Winter Carnival is on January 18th at Mt. Sabattis. It kicks off at Noon with a Snowmobile Parade, followed by the coronation of two very special royal guests, bonfire, Cardboard Sled Racing Competition including the first stop on the Adirondack Cardboard Sled Racing Circuit (think NASCAR) In addition to that all ages will enjoy other activities including the Fireman’s Relay on skates, Ballon Chase, Corn Hole, One Shot Basketball, and a highly anticipated Broomball Tournament. Teams of six are welcome to sign up. The event rounds out with a Fireworks Display. Usually the fireworks go off around 6:30pm, but all depends on the number of broomball teams. The Long Lake Little Bus will be rolling from 4pm until Last Call. Phone is 518.323-5000. It will pick up all ages to transport guests to area lodgings, Mt. Sabattis and to any local address within Long Lake. On Sunday the Long Lake Lions Club will be hosting the Northern New York Vintage Snowmobile Races starting at Noon on Jennings Park Pond. Winter Carnival Schedule: January 18th 2014 All times subject to change witho ... Read more
  |   December 4, 2013   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
Winter approaches and the locals gear up for a busy season. Snowmobile Trails get prepped, bridges get re-decked, brush gets cut back, TRP’s are filed with the NYS DEC so Ice Fishing Derbies can be launched. Plans are hatched all over town to keep the weather snow machine maxed out to capacity. Coming up at the end of December is the Feelin’ Long Lakey Wounded Warrior Polar Bear Plunge. Last year over 50 tough hearted souls braved the fierce bone-chilling cold to take the plunge. Teams raised over $7000 for the Wounded Warriors. If you are interested in signing up or pledging, please fill out the registration form and start collecting for our Wounded Warriors. For Wounded Warriors returning from active duty around the world, the most difficult part of homecoming is adapting to the daily challenges of everyday life. The Wounded Warrior Project was established to provide tangible, practical support for the wounded, helping them to heal both physically and mentally. Prizes will be awarded for Most Creative Costumes, Biggest Fundraisers, Best Team Theme and more to be announced. Here’ ... Read more
  |   November 3, 2013   |   Posted by admin   |   Leave a comment
Have you heard about the Fall Photo Contest?  Submit entries by Oct 18th to longlakephotocontest@gmail.com
The voters decide on Tuesday, November 5th. A View from Raquette Lake in Township 40 Vote Yes on Prop 4. Since the 1800’s, Adirondack land titles in “Township 40” in Hamilton County’s Town of Long Lake and Raquette Lake have been confused by conflicting claims amongst the State and both public and private owners including the school, firehouse, waste transfer station, utility station, marina, businesses and homes – 216 parcels in all. Please join us in completing 10 years of work by our State legislators, Hamilton County legislators and officials, DEC, the Attorney General’s Office, Town of Long Lake officials, Adirondack environmental groups and private citizens in this effort to clear this legal tangle and add to the Forest Preserve at no cost to the taxpayer. Article excerpt from: http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/11/you_decide_should_the_state_stop_trying_to_take_adirondack_school_homes_and_busi.html By Marnie Eisenstadt | meisenstadt@syracuse.com When David Bull retired from teaching Earth science at Henninger High School, he planned to build a modest house on a piece of land he bo ... Read more