It may still be cold and windy outside but that isn’t stopping Saratoga from hosting a variety of great events perfect for fending off cabin fever!
From beer festivals to a celebration of chocolate, February is shaping up to be a fun (and delicious!) month for residents of Saratoga!
- Fire & Ice Bar at The Mill on Round Lake
If you’re looking for a unique addition to a weekend on the town, consider visit The Mill’s Ice Bar.
Boasting the largest ice bar in the area, this 30-foot creating requires over ten tons of ice to create!
Drink specials on unique mixes are offered all night long while fire pits burn to keep patrons warm as the sip the night away and enjoy shuffleboard, corn-hole and the opportunity to view a variety of hand-carved ice sculptures.
Admission is free!
- Winter Farmers’ Market
A wonderful way to experience all the local flavors of Saratoga Springs, this market is a great visit for the entire family!
Boasting over 40 vendors each week along with changing community guests, visitors can purchase fresh produce, baked goods, alcoholic beverages, and a variety of other items.
Open every Saturday through April, 9:30am-1:30pm at the Wilton Mall.
- Saratoga Beer Week
Two days full of plenty of adult fun, Saratoga Beer Week is one giant party!
Friday February 21 is all about hard ciders and the next day on the 22 is dedicated to America’s favorite adult beverage!
Gather your favorite drinking crew for this great event boasting over 100 + beers and ciders!
- Chowderfest 2020
Another great family event, the Saratoga Chowderfest is now in its 22 year!
The festival will host over 80 vendors participating, offering $1 (3oz) samples of a wide variety of different chowders. When you’ve sampled sufficiently, vote for your favorite ones!
Family-friendly activities and music will also be offered.
- Ballston Spa Chocolate Fest
As if Valentine’s Day month would be complete without some chocolate, Ballston Spa decided to create an entire festival around it!
In their seventh year of hosting the event, visitors can visit local establishment and sample their chocolate treats ($1 each). The samples are divided into three categories (Sweet, Savory and Chocolate Beverages) and will be judged by an official panel as well as visitors.
So gather your family and friends, grab a map, and sample as many chocolaty treats as you can!