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Monthly Archives: February 2015

March Touring Tips Courtesy Of The Finger Lakes Visitors Connection

February 27, 2015 by Innkeeper

Be sure to get to Sonnenberg for the Annual Orchid Show! See beautiful orchids on exhibit and for sale, or sit in on a seminar or lecture. March 6-8, 10am-5pm. Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park, 151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua. 585-394-4922.

March 7, the Assembled Image Gallery opens at Main Street Arts! An exhibition featuring collage, painting, and assemblage sculpture. Come taste the Artistic Life in the Finger Lakes! Main Street Arts, 20 West Main Street, Clifton Springs. 315-462-0210.

With a wide variety of films, concerts, and live performance to choose from, head to Geneva for an exciting night at the historic Smith Opera House! 82 Seneca Street, Geneva. 315-781-5483.

Don’t miss this year’s Spring Carnival Weekend at Bristol Mountain! Greet the change of seasons with a family fun day. With an Easter egg hunt, Slush Cup, tubing for kids under 8, snow volleyball, music, and much more it’s the place to be! Kids 12 and under receive a free lift ticket with a paid adult. March 14-15,
Bristol Mountain Winter Resort, 5662 Rt. 64, Canandaigua. 585-374-6000.

Looking for new outdoor gear for the spring? Head to Victor, and visit Eastview Mall, L.L Bean and The North Face for all of your outdoor needs! Whether it’s a new backpack or some new hiking shoes, Victor is your outdoor recreation shopping destination. Looking for more great shopping ideas? Give us a call at Finger Lakes Visitors Connection at 585-394-3915.

It’s Maple month! Experience maple sugaring the old-fashioned way during March! See demonstrations and taste the season’s first maple syrup during Maple Weekends, March 21-22 and 28-29 from 10am-4pm. Select farms are also holding pancake breakfasts! With Wohlschlegel’s Naples Maple Farm, Day Brothers Dairy & Maple, Schoff’s Sugar Shack, Stoney Ridge Farms, and Cummings Nature Center all in On- tario County, there is plenty to see and do! Check out all the great farms and dates for Maple Weekend at www.mapleweekend.com

Come “Plant Yourself in the Finger Lakes” with the Canandaigua Wine Trail March 21-22 and celebrate the beginning of Spring. From 12–5pm taste 3 wines and 3 small plate tapas that pair with the wine at each winery. You’ll also receive a plant to put in your garden or give to a friend. Tickets are $20 per person or $35 per couple, enhanced experience tickets are available. 585-394-3915, 877-387-4669.

If you’re looking to get out of the house, but are waiting until the first dandelion to be outside, head to KidVenture Dome, in Geneva. Loaded with fun activities for kids, KidVenture Dome offers a great way to get out and let everyone have some fun. Kids can play as long as they would like for $8 per child, except on Wednesdays when it’s only $2! After a day of fun take a break upstairs at the KidVenture Dome and catch a movie in the Jones Theatre. 499 Exchange Street, Geneva, 585-828-6705.

February Touring Tips Courtesy Of The Finger Lakes Visitors Connection

February 1, 2015 by Innkeeper

On Sat., Feb. 7, experience “Vintage Vines & Valentines”, a celebration of love and friendship in the historic Finger Lakes valley of Naples, NY. The event features several local businesses that are offering everything from free tastings to meal discounts! For more details visit facebook.com/VintageVinesValentines.

Stop by Nedloh Brewing Company, where they are committed to restoring the tradition of hops growing and small breweries in the Finger Lakes. The brewery features a tasting room, retail shop, plus a hops and beer museum. Nedloh, 6621 State Rte. 5&20, East Bloomfield.  585-360-7272. Cheers!

Shop for one-of-a-kind items at the Canandaigua Classic Antique Show and Sale where more than 40 quality antique dealers will be showing their wares. Sun., Feb. 8 from 9am-4pm. Admission is $6. Finger Lakes Gaming and Race Track, 5857 Route 96, Farmington. 585-394-1472.

Head down to the beautiful and historic Naples. Artizanns showcases work done by more than 200 artisans. Stop by and pick out a special and unique gift so you’ll always remember your visit to the Finger Lakes. Artizanns, 118 North Main St., Naples. 585-374-6740.

Experience Finger Lakes wine in a unique venue at The Barrel Room. This winery tasting room showcases the barrel’s important role in the art of winemaking. Enjoy full wine tastings and flights at the oak stave- themed tasting bar while admiring works made by local artists. The Barrel Room, 72 West Main St.,
Victor. 585-289-5028.

Embrace the cold winter season with the first ever Finger Lakes Frost Festival on Sat., Feb. 21! The festival includes eight outdoor ice sculptures as well as an ice bar, throne, picture frame and ice logo wall. The drinks will be served up using a massive ice luge. The Frost Fest will take place at Ramada Geneva Lakefront, 41 Lakefront Drive, Routes 5&20, Geneva. 315-789-1616.

Calling all art aficionados! Main Street Arts is featuring a solid gold exhibit now until Sat., Feb. 28. This ex-hibition showcases works in a variety of media by invited artists who use gold leaf, gold luster or gold paint to create their works of art. Main Street Arts, 20 West Main Street, Clifton Springs. 315-462-0210.

Enjoy a local craft brew with locally made specialty sausages in the historic carriage barn of Brew and Brats at Arbor Hill. Choose from their 21 different wines and 47 gourmet food products. Open mic nightevery Sat., 6pm-9pm. Brew and Brats, 6461 Route 64, Naples. 585-374-2870

Bring the family together at Roseland Bowl Family Fun Center. Strike up a few games of bowling. Afterwards head over to the fun zone which features laser tag, bumper cars and over 30 brand new arcade games. Roseland Bowl Family Fun Center, 4357 Recreation Drive, Canandaiuga. 585-394-5050

Canandaigua Lake

February 1, 2015 by Innkeeper

Canandaigua Lake about 2:00 pm. Frozen and covered in snow. Erie yet gorgeous. 
January 29 , 2015

January 29 , 2015

I asked Mom if she wanted to walk on it like we did last year. She disrespectfully declined.
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