COVID19 Updates, Resources

COVID19 Updates, Resources

COVID19 – Updates and Resources for North Creek

Unless you have been living under a rock – the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID19) is causing local, state, regional and worldwide disruptions to normal life.  I’ll try and present some useful information to help everyone “get through this”.  Click any of the Tabs Below for additional information.  Scroll Down for the latest Community Facebook Posts including announcements, closures, and Take-Out Menus form local restaurants.  If you don’t see an update for a Take-Out menu – visit our Restaurant Page for contact information including phone numbers and websites. 

 

Worldwide Map – From Johns Hopkins University

 

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7 hours ago

Tannery Pond

It's a great time to explore the history of our region!

#firstwilderness #iloveny #adks #northcreek #visitgoreregionPictured below is the living room of what was once known as Foxlair, a private estate of perfume tycoon, Richard Hudnut in Bakers Mills. Hudnut called it Foxlair because he envisioned it being a haven for wildlife, but he wasn't completely trusting of the wildlife and so he created a brick and cement den that was fenced by iron bars. The 1200 acre estate had a golf course, teahouse, barns, a pigeon cote, and more!
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Its a great time to explore the history of our region!

#firstwilderness #iloveny #adks #northcreek #visitgoreregion

2 days ago

Gore Mountain

What is the Census? Conducted every 10 years by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Census counts the population in all 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia, and the five U.S. territories. All information you provide is safe, secure, and the federal government is legally required to keep it private. ... See MoreSee Less

What is the Census? Conducted every 10 years by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Census counts the population in all 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia, and the five U.S. territories. All information you provide is safe, secure, and the federal government is legally required to keep it private.

4 days ago

Town of Johnsburg

Warren County's Employment & Training Office staff members are ready to assist those who need help with employment issues in this difficult time, with Director Liza Ochsendorf and staff working remotely at this point.

If you need help, call 518-743-0925. Online resources and assistance can be found at thejoblink.org/.

There are also resources available for employers to keep workers on the payroll.

Businesses can apply for the Shared Work Program by calling (518) 549-0496 or emailing sharedworkinginfor@labor.ny.gov for more information.
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BV Food Delivery!COMING TO BARVINO‼️
$30 Weekly Veggie Box
Each box comes with recipes and access to specially priced wines & beers.

We want to offer safe, contact free groceries to our amazing community at a fair price point. In order to make this endeavor cost efficient, we require a commitment from a certain number of people. So, if you’re interested, shoot us an email and we’ll get the ball rolling. Pre-paid boxes will be available on Fridays for curbside pick-up. If there is enough of an interest, we will add a protein box and delivery option.

As we start this program, we’ll have a set veggie box. With more interest in the program, we’ll be able to offer more individualized options.

Email (vinogirl79@gmail.com) or call (518-538-2725) to sign up, learn more or ask questions. As we always have done, barVino adheres to the highest standards of sanitization in treatment and packaging of food.
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BV Food Delivery!

2 weeks ago

Gore Mountain

We miss you all- hope everyone is doing ok. Things continue to change quickly, and this is a note to our season-long locker holders. Our Base Area is not accessible to public at this time, but we want you to know that our facility is secure. We will be back in touch when we have updates for you to retrieve your belongings- there is a link on our home page and we will post here as well. Thanks so much, and stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for this update. Will you be sending correspondence out to locker holders directly? We live out of state and did not clear out our locker before things shut down. 😞 Stay safe and well. And home. Please stay home.

We missed our spring skiing !! Take care see you next year

You should extend the lowest price season pass deadline. I am not getting March skiing this year.

Thanks for the information. Has there been any news about season passes for next year? Are they still on sale like usual? Any changes in the dates for price increases? Any discounts for lack of spring access? Thnx

Question... are you planning on extending the expiration date of unused one day passes to December 2020. That seems to be what most mountians are doing.

I know this is not important right now, but it would be nice if you allowed people who had unused tickets for this year to use them next year. We have a 4-pack that we didn't get to use (were saving them for spring), and now we won't get to use them. Am already looking forward to next season!

Will you be opening again this season?

We miss you too ! We cleaned out the locker Monday . I hope to get the same one back. See you for mountain biking.I hope.

What happens with people who bought a season pass and now we can't use them

Re-open please!

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3 weeks ago

Garnet Hill Lodge

What a great ski season we had. Thanks to everybody who made it possible. ... See MoreSee Less

What a great ski season we had. Thanks to everybody who made it possible.

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Hi Peter.

It was great! I was hoping to make it back 1 more time since you guys had the most snow.

Great grooming, great place and fun people all around (but at least 6ft away from each other)!

Not a bad year all in all - started mid November - EXCELLENT Grooming - thanks Ed Orr, Jeff Smith, Gary Flanaghan and the whole ski center and lodge staff!

I went there last Friday to get away from all the madness! Felt so good. Sorry to see the season end.

Bring it on next years prez day ..week !!!

Thanks for staying open today!!! Much appreciated⛷

Wow. That ended quick.

Lookin good in the March sunshine.

We had a great time there! The conditions were amazing. Thanks!

You are the best!

Thank you for a great season!

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Citizens Finals have been moved from tonight to next week, that's Tuesday 2/25! No racing tonight. Our courses are enjoying a nice dump of snow right now- have fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Citizens Finals have been moved from tonight to next week, thats Tuesday 2/25!  No racing tonight.  Our courses are enjoying a nice dump of snow right now- have fun!
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Backcountry Skiing/Shuttle Feb 29, Mar. 1, 2020

Backcountry Skiing/Shuttle Feb 29, Mar 1, 2020

No Shuttle This Weekend!

Current conditions are great!  However it is VERY elevation dependent – trails above about 1500 ft are mostly powder, but lower elevation trails are mostly a mixture of powder and granular – with mostly granular (read icy!) at the lowest elevations.  Best bet is to ski on the trails at higher elevations – most of the backcountry trails near Garnet Hill – Read More Here

Backcountry Ski Shuttle Feb 22, 23, 2020

Backcountry Ski Shuttle
Feb. 22, 23, 2020

Another great snow weekend!  Get out and enjoy the ride up ski down Backcountry Ski Shuttle!  The shuttle will run both Sat. Feb 22, and Sunday, Feb 23.  Meet at the North Creek Ski Bowl – Health Center Side – 11AM depart.  Current conditions are powder and packed powder – there was 4-5″ of new snow since last weekend.  Off trail there is still a crust now 10-12 inches down.  Cover is excellent!  Best skiing of the year!  More Shuttle Info CLICK HERE!  

Shuttle Bus Pick-Up Backcountry Ski Shuttle

Shuttle Bus
518-480-8907

Backcountry Ski Shuttle President’s Weekend 2020

Backcountry Ski Shuttle is on for President’s Weekend 2020!

Shuttle is for access to The Raymond Brook Ski Trail and Environs on Barton Road in North River.  The Shuttle is scheduled for Sat. Feb 15, Sunday, Feb 16 and Monday, Feb. 17 – leaving the Ski Bowl at 11AM (Health Center Side).  Current Ski Conditions, Thursday, Feb 13, 2020 Raymond Brook Ski Trail is ungroomed Backcountry skiing with powder and packed powder.  Untracked snow will still have an ice crust down in the snow pack.  There is better snow up high at the beginning of the trail – lower reaches will have more icy, granular snow mixed in. 

Dates:  Sat. Feb. 15, Sun. Feb 16, Mon Feb 17  Meet:  Ski Bowl Parking Lot on the Health Center Side  Departure:  11AM
Minimum number required:  2 skiers  Equipment:  There are uphill sections, nowax skis, grip wax or skins are required – NO BOOT PACKING. 

More Shuttle Info CLICK HERE!  

 

Backcountry Shuttle Pick-Up, Ski Bowl

North Creek Business Alliance
Backcountry Ski Shuttle Pick-Up Location
Call The Shuttle 518-480-8907

The Holidays in North Creek!

The Holidays in North Creek!

The Holidays in North Creek!

 

Skiing Info

Thanksgiving is the traditional start of ski season, but for 2019-2020 season, Gore has been open for a couple of weeks and Garnet Hill Lodge has has quite a few open days for cross country skiing already this Fall.  Ski Bowl Nordic is poised to open for a Thanksgiving Cross Country Ski Camp and a full slate of races the following weekend.  More info click a link below…
Gore Mt. Info  |  Garnet Hill Info  Ski Bowl Nordic Info  Weather  |  Backcountry Ski/snowshoe



Open/Closed For the Holidays!

Chrissy’s Cafe is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day – Open 7AM – 3PM other days  More Info
The Inn on Gore Mt is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, Open New Years Eve 4PM-9PM  More Info
Garnet Hill Lodge – Open Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve with special menus  More Info
Basil and Wicks – Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas (closed Tue/Wed) More Info
Becks Tavern – Open daily – Closed Mondays and for Thanksgiving  More Info
Cafe Sarah Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day and New Years Day  More Info
BarVino – Closed Thanksgiving,   More Info
Marsha’s Family Restaurant – Open Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve for Breakfast ’till 11AM, Closed Christmas More Info
Izzy’s Market and Deli – Open Thanksgiving 8AM-1PM, Christmas Eve, ’til 3PM, Closed Christmas Day  More Info
Tops Market – Open Thanksgiving 7AM-5PM, Christmas Eve ’till 7PM, Closed Christmas Day  More Info
Stewart’s Shops – Generally open all holidays with limited hours Call 518-251-2123  More Info


 

Tree Lighting, Visit with Santa and Light Up Parade, Fri. Dec 6!

Lights On – Tree Lighting and Candlelight Service –  Friday, December 6, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM  For over 25 years this event has brought the community together to “Kick Off” the holiday & winter season. All businesses are encouraged to decorate with white lights, natural greenery and red bows to create a unified theme. Lights On refers to the Friday Night 5pm hour when everyone turns their lights on to start the season December 6th. The celebration of our winter season begins with celebration. With local pastors & Mrs. Clause. Caroling lead by Katy Cole and the Johnsburg Central School Pop Singers. Elected officials will say a few words of welcome.  Note: The Depot Museum will have the Owens House available as a warming hut should the need arrive.

Friday, December 6, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM  Bring the children to Tannery Pond following the Tree Lighting to visit with Santa and Mrs. Clause and share your Christmas Wishes.  Area restaurants and local bakers have offered to donate finger foods and sweets for the attendees. If you would like to donate, please contact Jane Peters at Basil and Wicks Restaurant. Santa will have small gifts for each boy and girl attending. This is a great photo-op of your children with the lovable Santa and his dear Mrs. Clause. All are welcome from surrounding communities.

Light Up Parade – Friday, December 6, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 7 PM  North Creek Depot Museum under the direction of Ellen Shaffer to escort carolers and Mrs C from Tree Lighting to Tannery Pond Community Center. Everyone welcome to light up a float and be part of this new caravan. Lets see if we can grow this evening display along Main Street.

 

Lights On Christmas Parade! Sat. Dec 7

Lights On Johnsburg Christmas Parade!   Floats will leave Johnsburg Central School and the North Creek Fire House parking lot at 12 noon, and travel down Main Street ending at the Town of Johnsburg Highway Garage. Parade participants are encouraged to visit the ElderWood Nursing and Rehab Center on Route 28 in costume for the joy of the residents. Parade participants Santa and Mrs. Clause will also visit nursing home residents at the end of the parade. Businesses on Main street offer refreshments to parade participants following the event. Find Christmas tree sales, wine samplings, chocolate offerings, hot mulled cider, cookies for everyone.  We encourage you, your family and friends to join us in this (free Parade) If you or your organization is interested in being part of the community Christmas parade, feel free to simply show up Saturday at 11:30 and we’ll put you in line. If you have additional questions please call one of the committee members: Lisa Thomas (518)251-0815 (Trimmers); Laurie Arnheiter (518)251-4461 (Hudson River Trading Co.) or Carrie Mason (518)251-4343 (Town of Johnsburg Library).

 

North River Methodist Church Christmas Bazaar

December 7, 9:00 am2:00 pm  Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek, New York 12853
The North River Methodist Church will host a Christmas Bazaar! A one stop shop for handmade crafts. Unique, beautiful, one of a kind gifts. Jewelry, Christmas Ornaments, Baked Goods, Knit, Crochet & Sewn Items – Mittens, Slippers, Pillows, Table Runners, Hand Painted Cards, Ornaments, Slates, and Cutting Boards. Proceeds to benefit the North River United Methodist Church.
For more information, contact Roxy Freebern at (518) 251-4129.


Holiday Singers at Tannery Pond, Sat, Dec 7 & Sun, Dec 8

December 7, 7:00 pm | December 8, 2:00 pm  North Country Singers, under the direction of Denise Conti, present their annual Holiday Celebration. A festive reception will follow the performance.

Special guests include singer Caroline Williams, opera singer Christine Powers, storyteller Robin Jay, the JCS Pop Singers under the direction of Katy Cole (on Saturday), the JCS Jazz Band under the direction of Max Garrett (on Saturday), the Guiding Steps North Dancers under the direction of Krystal Koopman (on Sunday) and the Newcomb Central School Bell Tree Ensemble (on Sunday).

Monetary donations will be gratefully accepted to benefit the Adirondack Community Outreach Center and the North Country Singers.

 

North Creek This Week – Oct. 25-27

North Creek This Week
Oct 25-27!

Garnet Hill Oyster Happy Hour/Calendar Party Friday!
Nightmare on Main St. Saturday!

Friday, October 25th, 4-7PM at Garnet Hill Lodge!

Join us for Happy Hour and the Adirondack Exposure Calendar Party! 4-7PM at Garnet Hill’s Log House Pub – $3 draft beer or wine and Oysters on The Half Shell $1 each.

And Pick up your copy of the 2020 Adirondack Exposure Calendar – proceeds to benefit many local area charities – just $15 each.

 

 

Nightmare On Main Street – downtown North Creek
Saturday Oct. 26, 1PM – 11PM

Scary Fun for Everyone!

Save Our Shuttle Raffle

Save Our Shuttle Raffle!

1st Prize $5000, 2nd Prize $3000, 3rd Prize $1000

Save Our Shuttle RaffleThe North Creek Shuttle Bus Service Needs Your Help!

The local North Creek Shuttle needs your help!   This shuttle bus service is provided Free of Charge by The North Creek Business Alliance with regular scheduled runs during the ski season and during other events in the area.  The Business Alliance was recently awarded Warren Country Occupancy Tax funding for a 3 year lease of a new shuttle, but a second shuttle is always required for busy days and as backup for the main shuttle.  The Save our Shuttle Raffle is a fund raising effort to purchase a second shuttle to continue this vital program for the Town of Johnsburg. 
And hey, couldn’t you really use an extra $5K, or $3K, or a grand!

The drawing for the 3 prizes will take place on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at Gore Mt – during the annual Harvest Fest. 
You don’t need to be present to win!
Tickets are $20 each.

You can purchase raffle tickets in person at the following businesses in North Creek and The Town of Johnsburg:
Rev Rail, barVino, Sarah’s Bakery, Ski Bowl Village, Centerplate at Gore Mt., Garnet Studio, ADK Spirits Liquor Store, Gore Mt. Lodge/Beck’s, Basil & Wicks, Izzy’s Deli, The Alpine Lodge

Purchase a Ticket by Mail!

Include your name and address and a check or money order for $20/ticket
Send it to: 
North Creek Business Alliance, PO Box 280, North Creek, NY   12853

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