Winter is a wonderful time of year to take a trip to the Saratoga Springs area. You can book a room at a local lodging place with a fireplace, explore the best winter recreational activities in the Capital Region, and attend some fun-filled events. Take a look at what’s coming up this weekend!
Experience Winter in the Saratoga Area
This Saturday, Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center in Northville will host a special cross-country skiing program for women and taught by women. The Lapland Ladies Love to Ski Clinic is open to beginner and intermediate-level female skiers. The cost is $60pp or $84pp if renting equipment.
Prepare For Live Music & Entertainment
Have a blast at Nostalgia Ale House & Wine Bar’s American Bandstand Night of Dancing on Friday from 8:00pm-11:00pm. Their old school DJ will be playing all the hits throughout the night.
Don’t miss Get Up Jack performing live at The Parting Glass on Saturday at 8:00pm. Featuring six of the most energetic and charismatic performers in Irish music today, this band is recognized for their unique instrumentation, style, and delivery.
Head over to Caffe Lena for a great performance by Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen on Saturday from 8:00pm-10:00pm. This husband and wife duo from Vermont is well known for their relaxing, friendly, and melodious music.
Discover the Arts
Join Tango Fusion at the Newberry Music Hall in Saratoga Springs on Friday for a free Salsa Open House for new students. No partner or experience is necessary.
Visit Art in Mind Creative Wellness Studio in Glenville with some friends this Saturday for a special Cardinals in the Snow Paint Event. The paint night will run from 7:00pm-9:00pm and include canvas and painting supplies, drinks for sale, and more.
Make a candle at the Candle Collective in Ballston Spa this Sunday, and then create a tie dye shirt too! The cost varies based on the type of candle you want to create, and you must bring your own shirt to tie dye.
On Sunday at 4:00pm, Northshire Bookstore will host a Shires Press Author Spotlight featuring new works from Shires Press. Visitors can learn about these new books and participate in a Q&A about Northshire’s publishing program.