Serving Cranberry Lake, Wanakena, Star Lake, and Your Neck of the Woods

Events and Listings

Events and Listings

We know you're up to something! Here's a calendar of events you don't want to miss. Serving Cranberry Lake, Wanakena, Star Lake, and your neck of the woods.

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Community Voices

Community Voices

Been on a good hike? Did you tube some sweet waves or have a great dinner? Submit a blog post about it! Writers, artists, and photographers of all ages are welcome.

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Programs and Services

Programs and Services

From gift shops and boat repairs to car shops and craftspeople, the region is loaded everything you need. See what's available and add to the list!

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Image of Campany family in front of the Campany Diesel truck.

Get to Know the Campany Family

By Wild Harmony Ashley and Ray CampanyCole, Jonathan, KyleighDogs: Bear and Daisy Mae What brought you to Cranberry Lake?When? May of 2017 Ray – I grew up in Carthage and we arrived here in a car – a Chevy Traverse actually. We had both just gotten out of active duty in the Navy. We wanted

Photo of Mark Leroux in front of a Cranberry Lake fire truck

Get to Know: Mark Leroux

By Wild Harmony Mark LerouxChief of EMS for the CL Fire Dept / EMTCommissioner for the CL Fire DistrictAssistant Director of the Food Pantry in Star Lake that serves Clifton Fine region What brought you to Cranberry Lake? When? When you first came, did you think you’d end up staying here? I have lived here

Picture of Scott McWharf standing next to the Cranberry Lake ambulance

Get to Know: Scott McWharf

By Wild Harmony Scott McWharfPresident, Cranberry Lake North Shore HubPresident, Dam CommissionVolunteer Member of CL Fire Department What brought you to Cranberry Lake?  When?  When you first came, did you think you’d end up staying here? I came here in 1993 to work for the DOT and ended up as Highway Maintenance Supervisor for the

A photo of cakes and cupcakes from the Boat Club banquet

CLBC Holds Annual Banquet

By Halsey Bagg The membership of the Cranberry Lake Boat Club (CLBC) had their Annual Meeting at the Cranberry Lake Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, July 8, 2023. 70 people attended. Karen Soltau & Scott McWharf put together their culinary skills and prepared a delicious dinner for everyone. Nick Hunter organized the event. Randy Young

Collage of SUNY-ESF students and images of ethnobotany

A Celebration of Adirondacks Ethnobotany

The Cranberry Lake North Shore Hub is focused on creating opportunities for different community groups to come together and share perspectives and information. To that end, we are hosting an event that we hope many will enjoy. A Celebration of Adirondacks EthnobotanyHosted By The Cranberry Lake North Shore HubRoute 3, Cranberry Lake HamletWednesday, July 12,

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