Plan a Summer Getaway in Western New York!
Enjoy lakes, rolling hills, a wine trail in the largest
grape growing region east of the Rockies, and some
of the best fishing in the northeast.
For over 140 years, Chautauqua has been
a summer destination for leisure and vacation
learning as well as lakeside fun and recreation.
"Live in each season as it passes:
breathe the airdrink the drink, taste the fruit."
– Henry David Thoreau
Check out the Chautauqaua County Event Calendar
or downloat the new Visit Chautauqua County App
Available for both Apple
and Android products
"I walked along the edge of the lake and was treated to
the crunch and rustle of leaves with each step I made
The acoustics of this season are different and all sounds,
no matter how hushed, are as crisp as autumn air."
- Eric Sloane
FINDLEY LAKE HARVEST FEST
Fri, Sat & Sun, Sept 4, 5 &6
Findley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce website
NORTH EAST WINE FESTIVAL
Fri, Sat & Sun, Sept 25, 26 & 27
North East Wine Festival website
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
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"!
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!