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For 20 years, First Night Saratoga has been the go-to event for families ringing in the new year. For 2016, Saratoga Arts has brought in the best from all over the spectrum of arts and they are excited to bring you the most spectacular First Night Saratoga event the region has ever seen.

What could be better than grabbing a bite to eat in your PJs after a ride on The Polar Express? A discount and free cotton candy, of course! Sound too good to be true? Get the details: 

The Saratoga Springs Downtown Business Association is excited to announce the 29th Annual Victorian Streetwalk on Thursday, December 3rd. Get all the details: 

Would $500 towards some of Saratoga's most popular establishments put some zip in your holiday season? Some happy in your Hanukkah? Some Merry in your Christmas? If so (and I'm not sure how it couldn't), Saratoga.com could potentially grant that wish for you. Get the details! 

Editor's Note 11/13/15: This article has been edited with correct information. The book has been entered for a Pulitzer Prize. Final nominations will be announced in April. 

Longtime Saratoga resident, Ray O'Conor's novel has just been entered for a Pulitzer Prize. Get the scoop! 

Looking for fun things to do this weekend in Saratoga? Take a look at our top five picks: 


Need some fun things to do this weekend in Saratoga? We've rounded up our top picks for you to choose from. Take a look: 

The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, known for its innovative interdisciplinary exhibitions and arts programs, has announced a series of special events to mark The Tang's 15th Anniversary on Saturday, October 17th. Get the details: 

Looking for plans this weekend in Saratoga? We've rounded up our top picks! From anniversary celebrations to paint and sips, we have you covered. 

Photo courtesy of Saratoga Bridges
Great news for leaf peepers in the Saratoga area! Spruce Mountain's rehabilitated fire tower and new trail in Corinth are now open for public use and you have until October 24th to take advantage of the spectacular views of the fall foliage! 

Photo courtesy of the NYS DEC's Facebook 

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