Upcoming Events



"HERMITS: The Illusion of Roughing It”

Thursday, August 31, 2017
7:00 P.M.

Community Room
Hadley-Luzerne Public Library
19 Main St. Lake Luzerne

Local author Mary Sanders Shartle will be our guest speaker. A slide show and discussion will be a visual presentation of hermits through history in the Adirondacks and other wild places. Hermits have long fascinated us. They inhabit faith, myth and history. Come and learn about some who really roughed it and some who didn't!

The program is free and open to the public. For further information please call Maureen Jones at 654-7731.  

Mary Sanders Shartle is a well-known author.  Her most recent work is The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale, the story of a fictional woman living alone in the Adirondacks.

The Hadley Business Association



THURSDAY, August 17, 2017

A guided tour to local museums, shopping, art gallery and antique shops, and a farmers’ market. Sue Trentecoste, will guide you through some history of the sister towns of Lake Luzerne and Hadley. The tour includes a ride over the historic Bow Bridge, four historic sites in downtown Lake Luzerne; The Pagenstecher Pulp Mill Museum, the Gailey Hill one-room school house, the Kinnear House Museum of Local History and the Rockwell-Harmon Cottage and Visitor Center.

Tour begins at Some Favorite Things Gallery, 315 Old Corinth Rd, Hadley (next door to the Post Office).

Come by CAR or come by TRAIN....
By car it’s a 20 minute ride from Lake George or Saratoga on route 9N. By train it's a $20 roundtrip ticket from Saratoga Station to Hadley/Luzerne Station aboard the Saratoga & North Creek Railway. Leave Saratoga at 10am arrive Hadley 10:44am. Call 1-877-726-7245 for your reservations or online at sncrr.com 

To sign-up for the tour contact Sue Wilder president of the Hadley Business Association at 518-696-9950 or facebook.com/HadleyBusinessAssociation.