Saranac Lake Winter Carnival

The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, Feb. 5-14, 2010,  is the longest-running event of its kind in the eastern U.S. Now entering its 113th year, the Carnival began as a one-day event to break the monotony of the long Adirondack winter and has grown into a ten day festival that includes sports, dances, performances, two parades and two sets of spectacular fireworks above the world-famous Ice Palace.

Over the years, the Carnival has retained the warmth, charm and camaraderie of a community celebration. It starts Feb. 5 with the coronation of the Winter Carnival King and Queen. The event proceeds with the lighting of the Ice Palace, fireworks, sports, parades and performances, culminating in the Carnival Slide Show and Gala Fireworks


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