Wednesday, February 15, 2012

President's Week at GHL after Champagne and Chocolate Valentine's Day

And so we're gearing up for President's week now. We have a variety of events planned for the week. Our trails continue to hold up for skiing and we're optimistic that we'll get some additional snow coming in by the weekend.

Things get kicked off on Friday the 17th with the Adirondack Blue Grass band playing for us from 7 to 9pm.

On Monday the 20th: OTTG Penny Readers 2:00pm to 4:00pm (Family Room) Several actors from our local Our Town Theater Group will read a selection of interesting tales (appropriate for ages 13+).

Wine Tasting – Suhru Wines – 4 – 6 p.m. -- $10 per person. Wine Makers Russell & Susan Hearn will be here to talk about their North Fork Long Island Vineyard, we’ll serve some light hors d’oeuvres and taste the wines. Richard Annis of Martin Scott Wines will also offer a taste of several by-the-bottle offerings from our wine list. Reservations Requested.

Tuesday, February 21st: Milda Burns – 4 – 5 p.m. She'll talk and entertain us with her colorful recollections about the history of the area, going back at least a few years but we can't say exactly how many.

Wednesday, February 22nd: OTTG Penny Readers return 2-4pm

Thursday, February 23rd: Milda Burns – 4 – 5 p.m.

Friday, February 24th: 9:30am Naturalist Judith Harper will lead a trek to William Blake Pond; OTTG Penny Readers 2-4pm; and 6pm to 9pm Singer and Guitarist Jen Gadway will perform at the Lodge.

Saturday, February 25th: Wine TastingSuhru Wines – 4-5 p.m.

Valentine's Day

And we had a wonderful evening at the Lodge on Valentine's day. More than 80 great people celebrated with us for dinner and a number stayed for the night. Here are a few pics taken by Mary Irene Lee with her group of friends from Minerva, NY.

Jack and Judy Vanderwalker

Frank and Carol Herbst and mother Florence

Mary Irene and Robbie

Yours Truly Serenading at the piano

Carol and Florence

 Carl and Shirley Olden

Cliff Welz and Pat Conner

Don and Mindy

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