Welcome to the Tri-Lakes Community Alliance:

Chestertown, Brant Lake, Pottersville, Adirondack, NY

The Tri-Lakes Community Alliance is devoted to supporting a thriving quality of life and culture in the North Warren community.  The Alliance is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization of volunteers in the towns of Chester and Horicon working together. Meetings are held every 2nd Friday of the month at 9am at The Panther Mountain Inn.

There are only two rules:

  1. Meetings last for only 1 hour
  2. Only 1 person speaks at a time

Who We Are

The Tri-Lakes Alliance is made up of your North Warren neighborhood business owners, families and local citizens.

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Photo Gallery

Never seen an Outhouse Race or entered a Frying Pan toss? These pictures are worth a thousand words.

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Events & Activities

Browse our list of annual events for four seasons of family fun and activities for all ages!

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Latest News

Minutes | August 28, 2020

♦ It was great to see everyone after so many months – 23 in attendance – some old faces and some new! We welcomed the new businesses in town:

* Power Sport Repairs – Brandon Hamblin owner, located next to Garnet Signs at the south end of town, offering repairs and consignment sales on snowmobiles and ATV’s. Hours Tues-Fri:8-5, Saturdays 9-2.

* North Country Eatery – also located at the south end of town next to Mountain Hardware. Previous owner of the Hometown Diner in Bolton, Bernie is offering a  delicious comfort food filled menu, daily specials and “breakfast served all day” all wrapped up in warm Adirondack decor. Open 7 days a week, 6:30-2PM / Fri. & Sat. until 8PM.

* High Peaks Pizzeria – Family owned/operated restaurant offering dine-in and take-out options. Owners Jeremy Moon and Melissa Myers will also be opening the old Ural Building next door as a bakery/coffee shop and deli. Open 7 days a week, 3 pm – 9 pm.

*Zack Smith – Audio Work. Zack can be contacted at [email protected] Read more

Minutes | February 14, 2020

•  Brant Lake Winter Carnival: was February 15th and was a huge success. More info to follow after wrap up meeting but big thanks to Town of Horicon and Jimbo’s for their contributions. Also thanks to Mountain Hardware for the outhouse trophies, Supervisor Leggett and Councilman Olson for judging the Fry Pan Toss, Scott Hayes for the free firewood, Jess Mead for the new flyer design and all the volunteers who manned the info desk for us! Also Kudos to the Out House Winners who donated  or a portion of their winnings to the Scott Remington Spinal Cord Research: 1st place Phoenix returned $200, 2nd place Etain returned $300 and People’s choice Etain  returned $100… gotta love this town!

Downhill Derby: February 22nd – get your sleds ready!!! Looks like it’s going to be a great weekend so come out for some winter fun! Schedule attached and once again, if you can volunteer even for an hour or so let Julia know! They also need judges for the sleds, basket raffle  items (just drop those unwanted holiday gifts off at the Chamber!) and Individually wrapped baked goods. Call or email the Chamber for more info! Read more