events are just some of the things going on around the Town.
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Wow! Talk about an amazing summer of Events! Here's the Tourism & Beautification Summer 2014 Schedule. And, check here for all the details on the Summer Music Series.
August 23rd. - Finishline Flotilla & Block Party - benefits Kids Of Colton Xmas Fund - details at the Finish Line & check out the flyer.
August 30th. - Colton Classic Car Show & Craft Vendors Show
- Amvets Post 262, NYS Rt. 56, Colton. 10 Classes of Vehicles,
Food, Games, Refreshments, Prizes. Registration begins 10AM,
Judging begins at noon.
August 30th. & September 1st. - Whitewater Kayaking at Stone Valley.
September 10th. - End of Summer Performance, Swift Field Pavilion, S. Colton, 6:30PM - New Horizons Band of Northern NY.
September 13th. - "Higley 100"
Metric Century Ride and Half-Century Ride. Friends of Higley Flow
State Park, with the support of Graymont Materials, Inc. and many
volunteers, will be hosting the 10th Higley Hundred bicycle ride.
Starting and ending at the park, riders follow a route of 100
kilometers (62 miles), or 50 km (31 miles). The 100 km loop
includes a climb to the town of Parishville and over White Hill, but
will be run the opposite direction from last year. The shorter ride
features a section going over Windmill Hill in Colton. The routes
are mainly along secondary roads, but include brief sections on Rt. 56
Participation has been growing each year in this event that offers a
year-end challenge for North Country cyclists. Each rider will be
provided with a course map and cue sheet noting all turns. This
is not a race, and riders usually find a group to share the ride
with – which enhances the pleasures of the ride.
Riders will pass through several towns where refreshments may be
obtained. A support vehicle will be available for riders with technical
At the end, all participants join in a barbecue at the beach in Higley
Flow State Park. Registration forms are available at local bike
shops, and online at the website of the Friends of Higley Flow State
Park (www.higleyfriends.org). Pre-registrations must be received by
Sept. 12. A commemorative t-shirt will be included for registrations
received by Sept 6.
For more information or if you want to help the volunteers running the
event, contact Judy Fuhr at 262-2362 or David Trithart at
265-8117. Check out all the details here.