There have been so many events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The organizers of a local wine and food fest thought postponing it until fall would be plenty of time for things to go back to normal, but they had to put a cork in it. According to News 10 ABC, the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival has been officially canceled. Organizers tried to make it happen in 2020 by postponing it from its original dates of June 26-27 to September 26-27 but they realized that they couldn't pull it off because of COVID guidelines and restrictions. The main reasons were the uncertainty of the Farmer's Market regulations as per the state.

The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival has an array of wineries, food trucks, craft breweries, and specialty food vendors from all over New York state. The festival is held in Lake George village. If you had already purchased tickets, you can get your base tickets refunded in the next one to two weeks. The festival is all set for June 26-27 of 2021. For more information about the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival click HERE.

I guess we can all look on the bright side. If things are even a little bit back to normal, we have a ton of plans in 2021. With the number of concerts, events, weddings, parties, fundraisers, sporting events, and everything else canceled this year, our calendars will sure be full when we are allowed to attend.

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