“The Adirondack 102 Club: Your Passport and Guide to the North Country” came out in August 2014, several thousand people purchased it and began their quest to visit all 102 towns and villages in the Adirondack Park. Their goal is to see each individual area and get to know its people, history, and points of interest. At the same time local communities benefit from additional visitors.
To celebrate the club’s first year anniversary a dinner will be held Thursday, Sept. 3, at 6 p.m. at Jimbo’s Club at the Point on Brant Lake, 7201 State Rt. 8 near Exit 25 of I-87.
Reservations are due by Aug. 19. The dinner is open to everyone who loves the Adirondacks and is interested in learning about the club.
It will be a pasta buffet including traditional and vegetarian / gluten free pasta, Caesar salad, and garlic bread. There will also be desserts by local businesses and coffee and tea. The cost of the dinner is $17 each.
After dinner people will share stories and photos of their adventures in the Adirondacks. The adventurous members who have visited all 102 towns and villages will receive the “Vagabond Award” patch for their accomplishment. At least four people have reached this goal.
The event is sponsored by the Horicon Historical Society; member Joyce Houck is taking reservations. Make checks payable to: Horicon Historical Society 102 Club, POB 108, Adirondack NY 12808.
For more information call Houck at (518) 494-5812 or email email@example.com