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1777 Fall of Ticonderoga Tour: Living History Event

  (Ticonderoga, NY)  Step into the fight for independence at Fort Ticonderoga’s July 5th 1777 Fall of Ticonderoga Living History Event!  Highlighted programming featured throughout the day brings to life the details of the American evacuation of Ticonderoga. Discover how … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Specialty Tours Offered this Summer

(Ticonderoga, NY) Immerse yourself in the epic history and incredible natural beauty at Fort Ticonderoga with richly informative and entertaining guided specialty tours this summer. Thrill at the power of artillery during Guns by Night tour; join the Soldier for … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Presents Largest Revolutionary War Battle Re-enactment of the Year: Brown’s Raid 1777 Battle Re-enactment September 12-13

  Join Fort Ticonderoga and more than 700 re-enactors for an exciting two-day battle re-enactment highlighting the epic 1777 Brown’s Raid! An attack led by patriot Colonel John Brown will take British troops garrisoning Fort Ticonderoga by surprise 238 years … Continue reading

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A Layered Legacy: Fort Fever Series Program April 19 provides a new perspective of the King’s Garden

Fort Ticonderoga launches its final “Fort Fever Series” of 2015 with a special presentation by Assistant Director of Interpretation, Cameron Green, who will provide a sneak peek into all of the new ground being broken in the King’s Garden for … Continue reading

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North Country Students Advance to New York State History Day

Eighteen middle and high school students from the North Country won top prizes at North Country History Day on Saturday, March 7th, at Fort Ticonderoga’s Deborah Clarke Mars Education Center. These students will advance to compete at New York State … Continue reading

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Area Students to Compete at North Country History Day

Twenty one students from across the North Country will compete in the regional New York State History Day contest held at Fort Ticonderoga on Saturday, March 7, 2015. Students placing first and second in their categories will advance to the … Continue reading

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Rub Elbows with Expert Gardeners

It’s the time of year for gardeners to start gearing up for the growing season: ordering seeds, making plans, and browsing the home improvement stores as the days lengthen and spring gets closer every day.  What are you planning for … Continue reading

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Expert Gardeners Share Their Knowledge at Upcoming Symposium

One of the great things about gardening is that there is always something new to learn.  I just received a reprint of a 1919 book, Gardens, Their Form and Design by Viscountess Frances Garnet Wolseley.  It promises “suggestions for the … Continue reading

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Children’s Garden Offers Something For Everyone

  An Adirondack chair for the younger set rests beside a bumble bee topiary A plot that was once part of the vegetable and cutting gardens for the Pell summer home, and before that a soldier’s garden that helped feed … Continue reading

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Scouting Programs at Fort Ticonderoga

Since 2001, Fort Ticonderoga has hosted four Boy Scout Camporees with the Twin Rivers Council of eastern/northern New York. The first, in the fall of 2001, brought more individuals in uniform to the site than at any other time since … Continue reading

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