The Ti Blog

Christmas Trees: Real or Artificial

Here in the North Country it is still customary for families to make a trip to a local tree farm as Christmas approaches.  Adirondackers are environmental-conscious, but also take great pride in the old fashioned family tradition of cutting down their very own Christmas tree! Trying to decide if you should choose a real tree, … Read More

Christmas on A Budget

The holidays are expensive. Save money this holiday season by following these festive and frugal tips! Shop locally! Save gas money this year by shopping right here in downtown Ticonderoga and save yourself the frustration of fighting crowds and waiting in long lines. Take your time and browse the shops downtown for one-of-a-kind items and … Read More

Pet Safety Tips for the Holidays

Why do you need to worry about keeping your pet safe during the holiday season? Imagine for a moment your comfortable home turning into a chaotic environment…there is suddenly a cacophony of noise throughout your house, the furniture is all moved, there are new objects stuffed into your favorite cuddling spots, and there are strange … Read More

Ticonderoga Resident Horace A. Moses

Some of Ticonderoga’s Who’s Who featured characters are historic. If you know Ticonderoga, you may remember the original Moses Ludington Hospital, an imposing building overlooking the monument at Moses Circle. Ticonderoga resident Horace A. Moses was a successful industrialist, generous benefactor and philanthropist, and continued to support his hometown throughout his life. Born in Ticonderoga … Read More

BOO! Ticonderoga HalloweenFest 2015!

The popular downtown Ticonderoga HalloweenFest is back! Dress the kids, bring the family and prepare to have some spooky fun!  The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership and the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce are working hard to be ready to host the annual HalloweenFest! Here’s the Ticonderoga 2016 HalloweenFest schedule of events for Friday, October 30th.  … Read More

Who’s Who In Ticonderoga: Meet Fred Provoncha!

If you’re from Ticonderoga…you probably know Fred Provoncha! Author, historian, native son and memory keeper, Provoncha’s love for Ticonderoga is real and deep. He is tireless and passionate about the past, present and future of the region and generous in sharing his knowledge. We asked him to share some of his thoughts and impressions about … Read More

Ticonderoga School Calendars

Looking for school events, vacations and sporting events? Keep the Ticonderoga School calendar and sports calenders handy: Ticonderoga Central District School Calendar Ticonderoga Central School District Athletic Calendar // … Read More

End Of Summer…The Perfect Time To Visit Ticonderoga?

So here it is. (Photo courtesy of Chuck Gijanto). Yes, it was 90+ today in the shade. But this photo of the Ticonderoga Beach post Labor Day tells a story of fun and sun behind us for now, a breathtaking view of a gorgeous landscape that will – shortly – be clothed in ice and … Read More

Ticonderoga Fishing Tournaments Season!

This month is definitely fishing derby season in and around Ticonderoga!  There are plenty of events upcoming, so check your bait, gas up the boat and get your line in the water! Here are some fishing derby events coming up: 8/22/15: NBS Fishing Tournament | Ticonderoga Boat Launch. Contact Sandy Oja for information at (603) … Read More

Meet Ticonderoga Folk Rock Artist Ashley Sofia

A native of the Adirondacks, Ashley Sofia is a trending fold rock artist with a graceful style and original sound.  This young Ticonderoga born musician has been named a Saratoga Springs Caffe Lena emerging artist, her album Love and Fury was named one of the “Best Records of 2014,” by The Times Union and she … Read More