These events are just some of the things going on around the Town.  If your group has an event that you'd like listed, please submit it to: (townofcoltonwebsite@gmail.com) .  Be sure to include a brief description, the date, time and location of the event and a contact person/phone number.  Please understand that this website is maintained by the Town and some events may not qualify for publication.

Local Artisans Display At Colton Country Day

Schedule of Upcoming Events:

(Some event dates and times may be affected by weather or other factors.  Please check back for latest information or contact event planners for details. Also, the calendar is provided by LoCalendar, free of charge, however they support themselves with ads that we neither sanction nor control.

Mary Long has provided some key dates to keep on your calendar for these important local groups:
The Racquette Valley Fish and Game Club so far:
Archery Shoot - April 27
Bullhead Dinner - May 3
Archery Shoot - July 13
Pig Roast - July 26
The Colton Volunteer Fire Department -
May 10 - Colton Mud Fling Endurance Race
May 17 and 18 - Softball Tournament
May 24 - Chicken Barbecue - South Colton Station
July 19 - Chicken Barbecue - Colton Station - Colton Days

T-Ball begins April 30th. - 6PM-7:30PM on Wed. & Fridays for kids aged 4-10 ;  Swift Field, Sugarbush Lane, S. Colton. Sponsored by the Colton Recreation Dep't.; contact Kevin LaMora 262-2225.  Fee is $10/child.

Car Wash, May 3rd. 10AM-2PM for only $5.00!  Bring those salty, dirty beasts to the Town Storage Building, Wildwood Rd. (across from St. Patrick's Cemetary) and relax with a cop of coffee while your vehicle gets Winter's residue removed.  Sponsored by the Colton Youth Recreation Dep't.; Kevin LaMora, Recreation Chairperson; 262-2225.

Mark your calendars and start your workouts for the Colton Mud Fling Endurance Race, May 10th., Fireman's Field, beginning at 11AM.  You can save some bucks by signing up early!  Here's all the details.

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. The Pratt Falls Library Mystery by Art Johnson will be performed May 13 as a GRP dinner theatre at Mike’s South of the Rock Inn in the hamlet of South Colton. “Who dun it?” That will be the question guests will ponder as they slurp their soup. Dinner and show cost $30 with part of the proceeds supporting The Sunday Rock Legacy Project. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant (315-262-2178)

Spay/Neuter/Now, Ltd is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the pet overpopulation in the North Country.  They offer a voucher program which gives financial assistance for spaying/neutering dogs and cats at participating veterinary clinics.  They also have a mobile clinic which is a low-cost mobile surgical  unit for cats.  For more information call 315.486.0094 or 315.629.8651 or go to their website at www.spayneuternow.org

St. Lawrence County Public Transportation Van now runs Monday's and Wednesday's from Colton to Potsdam.
Pick-up time is 10:10 AM at both Hilltop Manor and Colton Town Hall.   The bus returns from Potsdam at 12:50 PM.  Price is $2.00 one-way.  Anyone may use this transportation.