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Historic Markers Event April 29 - 2pm

National Historic Markers Day Kickoff Event

The Lake George Battlefield Park Alliance and the Lake George Historical Association, along with the Town and Village of Lake George and Lake George Junior-Senior High School, celebrated National Historic Marker Day on Friday, April 26 starting at 2 PM, by unveiling a freshly repainted marker outside the “Old Courthouse” at 290 Canada Street.

Friday’s marker unveiling in Lake George village served to kick off a partnership among municipal officials, the school district, and the two historical organizations that will clean and repaint, where needed, the dozens of historic signs dispersed throughout the town’s 33 square miles.
These signs inform visitors and guests alike of the important events and people which have helped to shape our community and our nation!


Guest Speakers

Hon. Ray Perry


Village of Lake George

Ray Perry was elected Mayor of Lake George in 2023, the Village's first new mayor in 50 years. He succeeds Robert M. Blais, the longest-serving mayor in the United States.

Hon. Marisa Muratori


Town of Lake George

In her third term as councilwoman for Lake George, Marisa's commissions include Buildings, Grounds and Parks, Planning and Zoning, Go Green Committee and Village relations.​

Alex Parrott


Lake George Historical


Alex has been with the LGHA for over 20 years and has spearheaded many initiatives, most recently involving joint projects with the Town of Lake George and the Battlefield Park Alliance as well as the new ADA-compliance efforts at the museum.

"Restoring these signs helps the public to better understand the significant events that occurred in the Lake George region.
This project illustrates the dedication of the organizations involved in bringing awareness to the importance of the history of the area."

John DiNuzzo


Lake George Battlefield Park Alliance

John has been the President of the The Lake George Battlefield Park Alliance for 3 years. The LGBPA is a volunteer-driven organization which manages the Battlefield Park’s Visitor Center and sponsors events throughout the year that educate the public about the site, the Lake George Region, and their unique history.

“Part of Lake George’s charm is its blend of unsurpassed beauty, recreational opportunities, and the heritage we’re so proud of. The historical markers collectively tell tourists the story of all that’s happened here, so it’s appropriate to have signage which attracts their attention by being easy to read and appealing to the eye.”

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