Writing group open to new members
The next meeting of the Bolton Writer’s Group will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Monday March 3 in the Lake George Land Conservancy office in Bolton Landing.
The group’s meetings are open to writers of all levels, and participants are encouraged to bring a sample of their work to share with the group. There is no fee to by involved. For more information, call Nancy at 668-0115.
Church to hold pancake supper
The Church of Saint Sacrement, our local Episcopal congregation, will offer a free Shrove Tuesday pancake supper to the public on March 4 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the church’s parish hall.
At 7:30 p.m. in the church sanctuary, there will be a distribution of ashes, in observance of Shrove Tuesday, for anyone who is interested in participating. For details, call Linda Bennett at 644-9876.
‘Cabin Fever Party’ set for Saturday
All are welcome to attend the ever-popular annual Cabin Fever Party, which offers hearty pot-luck food, great socializing, and dancing to live music.
Attracting about 150 people annually, the party is to be held Saturday March 1 at the Bolton Community Center off Edgecomb Pond Road.
The event, a family-oriented fundraiser for the Bolton Library, begins at 6 p.m. Donations are accepted at the door. Live music is to be provided by the home-grown Blue Moon Band.
Following its annual tropical theme, a children’s beach will be situated outside, beside a bonfire for roasting marshmallows to make s’mores. Folks attending are encouraged to wear grass skirts and leis, and bring tropical decorations. Adults are welcome to bring alcoholic beverages to the event. Raffles and 50-50 drawings are to be held. See you there!
Lk. Geo. Planning Board members sought
LAKE GEORGE — The Town of Lake George is now seeking two new members to serve on the town Planning Board.
Those who have interest in the town’s future development are encouraged to apply for the posts. Duties include reviewing development site plans and evaluating subdivision applications.
The planning board’s meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Board members must be residents of the town of Lake George.
Those who seek to serve should submit an application, available at the town center at 20 Old Post Road, Lake George, NY 12845, or by calling the town supervisor’s office at 668-5722.
The two new members chosen will be filling the vacancies of Charlie Portes, whose term ended Dec. 2013; and Jack Abrahams, who resigned from the board in 2013.