"March winds and April showers
bring forth May flowers"
~ English Proverb
Welcome Spring in Western New York!
It’s time for maple syrup, bird migrations, spring skiing, and the
gradual transition to green grass, golf, fishing, new plantings and
the opening of seasonal shops and restaurants. See 12 things to d
this Spring, including NYS Maple Weekends, March21-22 and 28-89.
Plan a visit during Chautauqua in Spring, a season of learning and celebration of farms, food and drink, May 15 – June 21, 2015.
First Sunday of each month
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Blue Heron Inn
We call the first Sunday of the month "Irish Sunday". That's when a group of Irish players (from all corners of the region) sit in for a lively jam session. Come listen to these fantastic musicians play! Join us for Sunday brunch and stay to "tip a pint & tap your toes"!
1st Saturday of each month
Noon - 5:00 pm
The Nostalgia Shoppe
M.Ed, MHt, CRt
Sydney is a Teacher, Lecturer and published Author in the field of Transpersonal Hypnotherapy. Syd is
a Master level hypnotherapist and is
the owner of Innerventions, where
she offers therapy for a wide range of behaviors. She is an intuitive/evidential medium; other areas of interest include energy work such as Healing Touch, Reiki and Art Therapy.
1 Hour Readings - $55/hour
1/2 Readings - $35/hour
Reservations by phone: 716769.7852 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
"CABIN FEVER WEEKENDS"
Discounted March & April weekends
By the time March rolls around we all seem to suffer from a healthy dose of "Cabin Fever". Luckily, Chautauqua County, NY LIVES Winter! It's business as usual in Lake Erie Wine Country, conditions are excellent on the slopes and the snowmobile trails are in exceptional shape.
Stay Friday night and get Saturday night for 1/2 price.
That's a 25% discount! Please include code "cabinfever" at the time of reservation.
"April is a promise that
May is bound to keep."
Remember ... SHOP LOCAL!
When you shop & dine locally, more more of your money stays close to home. Small businesses support the parks, recreation centers, libraries and other non-profit organizations that make our hometowns great places to live. So remember to support the businesses that support your town!