If you run into any Stewart's Shop in the Capital Region, you will see that they have a piece of history in every store. They are usually off to the side and unassuming but they still work. By the end of 2023, they will no longer be available.
Snake Hill on Saratoga Lake is one of the most recognizable landmarks. It is prominently visible from every part of the lake and features 30 acres of undeveloped land. A proposal was brought in front of the planning board to build on Snake Hill, but now it has been withdrawn.
If you want to have a piece of the Capital Region on your tree, there is the perfect ornament for you. Stewart's Shops has the cutest ornament that you can add to your Christmas tree to show off how proud we are to have these convenience stores in our area.
When you are enjoying delicious Stewart's ice cream, you don't really think about its history. Well, I don't. I only think about the most difficult decision. What amazing flavor am I going to get a pint of and eat in one sitting? But there is a backstory and it's quite the history lesson of how Stewart's became a staple in the Capital Region and beyond.
Stewart's ice cream is amazing. Not only are all of their flavors delicious, but they come up with some pretty clever names for their creamy concoctions. This time they are celebrating the fact that COVID cases are declining and restrictions are easing up. Their latest ice cream flavor is called "Sweet Return to Normal".
How would you like to save three lives and get a pint of delicious ice cream in return? It's time again for the "Give A Pint, Get A Pint" promotion with the American Red Cross and Stewart's Shops. Here's how you can help.