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LaFargeville Real Estate

LaFargeville, previously called Log Mills was settled around 1862. The village later became known as LaFargeville after Frederick LaFarge a landowner. The 2010 population of the village was 608. Lafargeville Central School is located in the center of the village with grades K through 12 in the same building. Recently the school was able to obtain grant money and a beautiful renovation and the addition of a state of the art gymnasium is a huge bonus to the community. They now have the finest gymnasium in the North Country. 

Do you like cars? Do you like dirt tracks? If so, you will want to check out the Can Am Raceway where you can see Dirt Modifieds, Pro Street, Fastrak Late Models and more. If a slower pace and history is more your style make a trip to the Stone Mills Museum. Here you will find several buildings and exhibits depicting the history of agriculture in Northern NY. During the summer season they have many events including a consignment auction, the Thousand Islands Blue Grass Preservation Society Festival, Civil War re-enactments, Draft Horse and Pull Show, Strawberry Festival, a huge juried Arts and Craft Fair, a Quilt Show, Bluegrass Picnic and a Harvest Festival. You can even make arrangements to host an old time country birthday party for children ages 3 to 12. Wouldn’t that be nice for a change of pace?

The HP Hood factory located in LaFargeville processes sour cream, yogurt and cottage cheese. If you need plants for your garden, tools or hardware the Agway store is just down the road. For a quick bite to eat head down to the Duck Diner.

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