The Mission Boutique Building Campaign Team of Niccolls Memorial Church will host a pie sale on Saturday, July 18 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Point Park in the center of Old Forge.
Individual pieces of pie as well as whole pies will be available for sale. Ice cream is optional. Continue reading
Members planted flowers and weeded the area in and around the Point Park in the center of Old Forge on Friday, May 29. They were joined by Scott Gaffney of the Town of Webb Department of Public Works, who tends the watering system at the park throughout the season. He is pictured with Garden Club member Loretta Kaye. Photo by Michele deCamp
A 15-foot White Spruce tree planted at the northern side of Old Forge’s Point Park on Friday, October 24 will serve as the village’s permanent Christmas tree.
TOW Highway Dept. Superintendent Casey Crofut operates the backhoe (right) assisting James Knuth, Mike Monette and Trevor Noonan of Gardenia Design. Photo by Marianne Christy
The tree was installed by Gardenia Design of Deerfield with assistance by Town of Webb Highway Superintendent Casey Crofut, Scott Gaffney of the Department of Public Works, Coun-cilwoman Kate Russell and Chris Russell. Continue reading
The 6th annual Ice Cream Social, sponsored by the potters at VIEW, will take place on Friday, August 1 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. at Point Park in the center of Old Forge.
VIEW’s 2011 Ice Cream Social with Mirnie Kashiwa, at left, and Kerry Rodgers, right. File photo
Hand-built ceramic bowls made by the potters can be purchased with ice cream from Mercer’s Dairy of Boonville. There will be a variety of ice cream available as well as sundaes, brownie sundaes, and a choice of toppings. Continue reading
Old Forge visitors and community members now have the ability to take advantage of free WiFi service at Point Park at the center of town.
Milo and Ingrid Fekete, Georgie and Charlotte Beers, and Ilona Fekete of Washington, DC and Rockville, MD take advantage of the new free WiFi service at Point Park. Photo by Marianne Christy
The service, available from spring through fall, is made possible through a partnership with the Central Adirondack Association and Frontier Communication.
Tom Smith, right, and Stuart deCamp cut and install the 'ADK' white birch letters for the Point Park. Photo by Carol Hansen
The letters “ADK” spelled out in white birch branches were added to the Christmas decorations at the Point Park at the busy corner in Old Forge on Monday, November 21 by volunteer decorators Tom Smith and Stuart deCamp.
The sign, which was constructed from wood provided by Mark Eddy of Haderondah Company, was outlined in white lights, and will be lit along with the Christmas Tree at 6:30 p.m. on Friday night.