The following Inlet shops and restaurants were open for An Adirondack Christmas on Main Street weekend, November 28, 29 and 30: Adirondack Reader, Drake’s Inn, French Louie ADK Sports, Frisky Otter Tours (in the legion building), Inlet Public Library, Inlet Department Store, Kalil’s Grocery, Mary’s Gift Shop, The Ole Barn, Pedals & Petals, Red Dog Tavern, T’s EZ Mart, Screamen Eagle/Matt’s Draft House, and Zone 3. Continue reading
The Adirondack Christmas on Main Street event in Old Forge and Inlet over the weekend of November 29, 30 and December 1 drew hundreds of folks to the area for a variety of activities that were enjoyed by family members of all ages.
Old Forge featured horse drawn wagon rides, stops at Candy Land, visits with Santa, Mrs. Claus and reindeer, tree lightings, and opportunities for unique shopping experiences.
Inlet provided a Candy Cane Hunt for kids, a viewing of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, a Noah’s Ark Workshop, a best holiday pie contest, pet photos with Santa, wine and chocolate tasting, caroling and the tree lighting.
The Town of Inlet’s Tree of Bells is currently on display at the Inlet Town Hall. Folks are welcome to stop by and pick out a food bell or a gift bell that will help make the holidays more special for a family or individual.
All labeled packages must be returned to the Town Hall no later than Wednesday, December 18 to assure delivery before the holidays.