To the Times of Ti:
The Ticonderoga Heritage Museum would like to thank our community restaurants, businesses, organizations, farm stands and many volunteers that made our 10th Taste of Ti so successful. Your contributions help us keep our programs and museum exhibits admission free. In return, it is our wish to showcase the “fine fare” available in our town!
Participating were BPOE #1494, Maple Ridge Park, Burleigh Luncheonette, McDonald’s Restaurant, Country Florist Gift Shop, Mt. Defiance Lodge #794, Crown Point BBQ Restaurant & Catering, Nadeau’s Farm & Garden Market, Crystal Springs Farm, Silver Bay YMCA of the Adirondacks, Drinkwine Produce, Streetroad Gardens, Eddie’s Restaurant, the Burgoyne Grill @ Best Western, EMA, the Corner Market, Emerald’s Restaurant, the Happy Star Chinese Restaurant, FCCLA at THS, the House of Pizza, Ft. Ticonderoga Ch. #263 OES, the Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Frenchy’s, the Wind Chill Factory, Gunnison’s Olde Farmhouse Bakery & Gift Shop, the Woodland Coffee & Tea Room, Hague Market, Tierney’s, Hot Biscuit Diner & Catering Service, Two Brothers Meat Market, Huestis Farm Stand, Ye Olde Fort View Inn, International Paper and Maple Grove Farm.
Also a special thank you to Hot Biscuit Catering & crew for helping with presentation, set up, and serving. and the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum Board of Directors, Ticonderoga El/Middle School Custodial Staff, High School Kitchen Staff, Ticonderoga High School Key Club adviser Britney McCarthy and volunteer Key Club members, student volunteers. Volunteers: Mary Curtis, Ginny Lamb, Rathbun Jewelers, Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce and the First United Methodist Church.
The museum and gift Shop will be opening weekends 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning May 26. Come visit, or call 585-2696 for information on programs and special events. It will be open daily June 23 through Labor Day and weekends Sept. 8 through Columbua Day.
Sylvia Boyce, Jane Bassett
Taste of Ti co-chairs