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Saturday Nov 26, 2022 Sunday Dec 4, 2022
The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce in coordination with several area businesses and organizations will host the 13th Annual Ticonderoga Area North Country Christmas Celebration from Saturday, November 26th through Sunday, December 4th , 2022. This celebration will officially kick off with Small Business Saturday. TACC serves as an official Neighborhood Champion via American Express.
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2022 Schedule of Events:
Saturday, November 26th
Small Business Saturday - Think Local!
Support local businesses & organizations - many are offering Promotions & Specials. See the
list of Specials & Promotions from the Chamber. Look for #ShopSmall Signs at participating
businesses & organizations. Get & complete your Small Business Saturday Passport for a chance
to win prizes. Punky Noodle’s will also be hosting a Vendor Fair. Enter via Champ Café.
Christmas on Main Street: The Adirondack Trading Post 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Join us Small Business Saturday for some Christmas fun! We will have pictures with Santa from
11 AM - 4 PM. Lillie Valley Farm will also have fresh cut Christmas trees for sale on site!
Sunday, November 27th
Rockin’ Tree Lighting with DJ Cruz: Ticonderoga Community Building 5:30 PM
Join us as we light the community Christmas Tree, listen to holiday music, enjoy a campfire & more. All kids in attendance will help count down to the tree lighting. Children will also be able to get their photo with Santa next to the tree. Parents bring your cameras and cellphones to snap a photo. Take and Make Cookie Decorating Kits available, provided by Silver Bay YMCA Teen Center. A must do holiday event!
Holiday Hay Rides: Ticonderoga Heritage Museum 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Enjoy Holiday Wagon Rides following the Tree Lighting and continue to listen to Holiday Music.
Sponsored by the Sawyer Family.
Monday, November 28th
Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday Train: Port Henry Station 4:30 PM
Dress warm and enjoy the live music and holiday lights. Food pantry donations accepted.
*Times are approximate per Canadian Pacific Railway.
Tuesday, November 29th
Holiday Make and Take: Country Florist and Gifts 3:00 PM
Make your own Holiday Swag with guidance from the Country Florist team. $20. Space is limited. Register directly with the Country Florist.
Polar Express Night at the Library: Black Watch Memorial Library 6:00 PM
You are invited to stop by and enjoy a reading of this Holiday classic and some crafts with the Black Watch Memorial Library Team as well as enjoy all the library has to offer. Hot chocolate will be served. Children are encouraged to come in their pajamas!
Wednesday, November 30th
Children’s Book Reading and Art Lesson: Punky Noodles Children’s Museum 4:30 PM
Visit Punky Noodle’s Children’s Museum where children and families are welcome to attend a live reading of “It’s the Spirit of Christmas, Peaches!” by local children’s author Shaundra Bartlett, followed by a live interactive drawing demonstration. Hot cocoa and cookies provided by Champ’s Café. Signed books will be available to purchase after the event.
Thursday, December 1st
4th of July In December Chicken BBQ: Best 4th In The North Committee Fundraising Event
Knights of Columbus Ticonderoga 4:00 PM to Sold Out
$15 includes 1/2 chicken, potato, coleslaw, roll, & cookie. Limited supply. Call the K of C at
518-585-6520 to reserve yours.
Friday, December 2nd
Holiday Shopping & Dining Night – Shop & Dine Local!
Participating businesses are open until 8:00 PM! Specials and promotions! - Participating businesses will have a Snowflake displayed. For a list of participating businesses, get your Holiday Shopping & Dining Guide from the Chamber. Live Music provided by the Ticonderoga Central School Music Department. Free Raffles coordinated by the Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership.
Holiday Farmers Market: Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Visit the Ticonderoga Area Farmers Market for a special Holiday Market. Vendors will be set up inside the Chamber Office offering an array of local products, gifts, raffles and more for the holidays. Live Music!
Parade of Lights: Town of Ticonderoga 6:00 -7:30 PM
Businesses, organizations, and community members are encouraged to participate. You must register with the Ticonderoga Fire Department by contacting Mary at 518-586-6912 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All entries must be family friendly. Route will be posted on the Ti Fire & TACC facebook page. The Christmas train will be located near the TACC office from 6:30-8 PM for children and families to explore.
Ti Heritage Museum & Ti Arts Holiday Gift Shoppe: Ti Arts Gallery 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
The Ticonderoga Heritage Museum will join the Ticonderoga Arts Gallery in Downtown Ticonderoga for a Christmas Shoppe. Adirondack Artists are represented in the many gifts, books, jewelry, pottery, & wood products. This is a must do on your holiday shopping list.
Also, open Saturday, December 3rd from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday, December 3rd
Breakfast with Santa: Burleigh’s Luncheonette 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
$9 Waffles with strawberries or blueberries, whipped topping & real maple syrup. Professional photos with Santa by Ashley Rivers Photography for $10.
Tromblee’s Greenhouse & Gift Shop Holiday Open House: Tromblee’s Greenhouse:
Crown Point 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Door prizes and discounts from 10%-30% off! Complimentary holiday photo with Santa on the 3rd, family portraits on December 4th. Kids’ Craft provided by Maiden by the Lake. Also taking place on December 4th.
Sunday, December 4th
Breakfast with Santa: Hague Volunteer Fire Department 9:30 –10:30 AM
Stop in for breakfast with Santa and some holiday crafts. This is a FREE event for the
Brunch with Santa: Seymour’s Restaurant
Join Santa and the Seymour’s team for a brunch buffet. There will be three seating’s: 9 AM, 10:30 AM and 12 PM. Reservations highly recommended. *This event will also take place December 11th.
Festival of Trees Open House & Reception: Hancock House 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join the Ticonderoga Historical Society to celebrate the holidays while you enjoy four floors of trees and decorations fill the historic Hancock House. View the Festival of Trees throughout the holiday season.
Paint and Sip: Elks Lodge 6:00 PM
Paint and Sip class led by Maiden by the Lake. $25. Refreshments Included. Proceeds to benefit the Chamber. Contact TACC for more INFO.
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (April through October)
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM (November through March)
9:00 AM – Noon Saturdays, Memorial Day through Labor Day