The Ti Blog

Ticonderoga Senior Living Communities

Senior Living Communities in the Ticonderoga Region Thanks to the variety of Ticonderoga senior living communities, there is housing available to fit our local seniors’ needs. Whether you or a loved one are seeking a facility offering attentive medical care, or a comfortable apartment to accommodate independent living, you have options here. Many senior housing … Read More

Survive an Adirondack Snow Storm with…Cookies?

Cookie recipe to help ride out an Adirondack storm

So…there’s a huge snow event on the way, with possible accumulations of 20″ or more! Did you know that on March 26, 2001, Lake Placid received 28″ of snow? People in this neck of the woods know how to survive an Adirondack snow storm! If you’ve grown up in the Essex County area, there’s just … Read More

11 Important Ice Fishing Tips for Beginners

Ice fishing in Ticonderoga and Essex County NY

Tending The Tip-Ups: Ice Fishing in Ticonderoga – Essex County NY This is the time of year when being known as “the land between two lakes” is really kind of awesome! Ice fishing in Ticonderoga and the surrounding Essex County region is a treasured winter activity. We are surrounded by fresh clean bodies of water. … Read More

William Shatner at Ticonderoga Star Trek Original Series Set Tour Event

William Shatner on the bridge at the Star Trek Original Series Tour

Ticonderoga Star Trek Series Tour Embraces Past, Present & Future Ticonderoga has long been known for its past – a rich history and its significant role in the Revolutionary War. Now the Star Trek Original Series Tour is introducing a new element of history to Ticonderoga.  This weekend actor William Shatner – aka Captain Kirk … Read More

Adirondack Mountain Mushrooms

Image Gallery of Mountain Mushrooms & Fungi Autumn hiking in the Adirondacks means color! The vibrant oranges, golds, reds and every variation of each gives wonder to the heart and depth to the senses. But not just when you’re looking up…try looking down! Adirondack Mountain mushrooms and fungi reveal a world of color, beauty and abundant … Read More

26th Annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show Results

The 26th Annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show that was held on Sunday, August 5, 2018 in Ticonderoga’s Bicentennial Park was a huge success! This is such a great event for our area…a family-style event and a unique experience, for sure. A big shout-out to the Adirondack Trail Riders and the Ticonderoga Aea Chamber of Commerce … Read More

2018 Ticonderoga Farmer’s Market Season!

What: 2018 Ticonderoga Farmers Market Where: Wicker Wood (1114 Wicker Street) near the Walmart entrance When: Saturdays from 10AM to 1PM – July 7th through mid-October It’s that glorious time of year when fresh fruits, vegetables and products are once again available at the Ticonderoga Farmers Market. Put it on your Saturday morning calendar to come browse a … Read More

Interview With Author Pat Devaney…

by Pam Wehrman Sissons   On His New Book Two Million Steps: BAND-AIDS, COCKTAILS, AND FINDING PEACE ALONG SPAIN’S CAMINO DE SANTIAGO Pat Devaney is a native of Ticonderoga NY – a product of small-town America during what was arguably some of its finest hours. Gifted with a great childhood – idyllic by some standards … Read More

Ticonderoga: One Of 50
Beautiful Small Towns In America

U.S. News & World Report Highlights Ticonderoga Did you know Ticonderoga was just named one of 50 Beautiful Small Towns in America? No surprise to us, but a welcome one nonetheless! There were 3 other regional communities chosen as well: Lake Placid and Saratoga Springs. You might also like: Things To Do In Ticonderoga Downhill … Read More

Nearly A Century of Service:
Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494

  Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 is celebrating 94 years of service in Ticonderoga and the surrounding communities, while celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Grand Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Recently we met with Richard A. Nadeau, Past Exalted Ruler (P.E.R.) and Exalted Ruler Peggy Lamb to learn more about this … Read More