Happy Thursday! We’re weekend ready and it’s going to be a great one! Kentucky Derby, Cinco de Mayo, and hopefully some good old fashioned relaxing on the back porch (60s this weekend!). Here’s what we’re hoping to squeeze in:
The Glens Falls Farmers’ Market is back outdoors starting this weekend! Nothing says spring and summer like riding our bikes downtown on a Saturday morning to scoop up fresh flowers, fruits, and veggies. So excited to start the routine back up this weekend! It opens Saturday morning at 8am - details here.
We brake for barn sales and antique shops, always, so it’s no surprise that the Washington County Antique Fair is high on our list this weekend. We’re looking forward to strolling the Fairgrounds (giant bag of kettle corn in hand, of course), and seeing what kinds of treasures await. More info here.
Ah, Cinco de Mayo - the perfect excuse to head down to Raul’s on a Sunday afternoon for a margarita, chips and guacamole - our fav. And if you’re more of a breakfast person, we hear Farmstead Flatbread has a Cinco de Mayo brunch happening with tunes from the Saratoga Strings Band. Or maybe, just do both :)
The Glens Falls Symphony has their Season Finale on Sunday afternoon, and while we unfortunately can’t make it, you absolutely should! It’s the perfect way to disconnect for a bit (which fittingly, Maestro Charles Peltz talked about on GFL here!), and with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, it’s sure to be a hit! Details and tickets here.
Have a great weekend!
Bri and Tom
P.S. If you’re looking for a Sunday drive, how ‘bout a ride out to Granville? See some of our recommendations here.