Business and Community Updates
Chamber staff are hard at work to provide the most up-to-date information regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic and its impacts to the Saranac Lake Area community. This page will offer information, as recent as we can source, regarding local businesses and community updates. Plus, as an added bonus, we have recommendations to help get you through your cabin fever. This page will get routine updates so be sure to check back in with the Chamber.
If you see any information here that needs altering or if you have an update to provide, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated March 26th, 2020 10:13am
Wifi Hot Spots
Things To Do
Pendragon Theatre - offering a“Germ-Free Season” of streaming play readings, virtual productions, and alternative performance formats.
The Wild Center - Take a sit on the wild side. You may not be able to physically walk around The Wild Center, but you can enjoy it all from the comfort of your home with their virtual tour: wildcenter.org/virtual-visit. Also bringing you fun, innovative and educational content weekdays at 12pm EST while you’re at home. Wild Center educators and animal care staff will be sharing animal encounters, behind-the-scenes looks, projects and activities you can do in your own backyard. (via Facebook Live)
Historic Saranac Lake's Wiki - You may not be able to head down to Historic Saranac Lake to get your local history fix but that doesn't mean you are totally secluded from our history. Check out their Wiki page to discover Saranac Lake's past: localwiki.org/hsl/
Google Arts & Culture allows you to take a look inside many museums around the world: artsandculture.google.com
The Metropolitan Opera - Watch an opera! Since they’ve had to cancel performances, The Met is streaming a different opera for free every night. It starts at 7:30 and is available for 20 hours: metopera.org
Do you just miss sports so much? Try listening to a sports podcast! I don’t sport, so I can’t recommend a particular one, but there are plenty.
Read a book! The library may be closed but they will soon be posting Story Time on their Instagram and Facebook accounts. They are also soliciting others to video themselves reading a story and they'll post those too. Submission can be sent to: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
And don’t forget - the Outdoors isn’t canceled! You can always go for a stroll or get ambitious and take on a more challenging hike.
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