Enjoy City-Wide Fun in Plattsburgh With the “Parks Come Alive!” Event Series

Discover family-friendly fun in the City of Plattsburgh this summer!

Parks Come Alive! is a new summer event series centered on bringing together neighbors for an evening of local drinks, food, music and fun in our city parks.

Hosted the first Thursday of June, July and August from 4:30-7:30 PM, events are family-friendly and free to attend. Events will feature a variety of musical performances as well as arts and crafts activities for kids. Food and drink, provided by local vendors, will be available for purchase.

Check out more information on the Parks Come Alive! event series on the City’s Facebook page and explore their website for a listing of local parks and public facilities.

The City of Plattsburgh

Founded by Zephaniah Platt in 1785, the City of Plattsburgh is located on Lake Champlain in the northeast part of New York State about 20 miles south of the Canadian Border. The site of numerous historical events, including the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Valcour Island and the War of 1812’s Battle of Plattsburgh, it is also home to over a dozen public parks with athletic fields, playgrounds and community gardens, as well as a sprawling beach on the shore of Lake Champlain.