Sunday, September 8, 2013
Fun and Festivals in Niagara Falls
The temperatures are starting to drop here in Niagara Falls, and as fall approaches so does the fun! Fall is one my favorite times at Niagara Falls, because there's a new festival each week. It's a great opportunity to try some of the locally grown produce and freshly baked goods, as well as meet some of our local artisans and entertainers. It's also a great time to visit The Red Coach Inn. They have great fall rates, offer a one of a kind Niagara Falls experience, and have romance and wine-tasting packages you can add to your stay! I hope you get the chance to come out and attend some of these fun festivals and experience fall in the Falls!
Niagara Falls Celtic Festival September 14th - September 15th
The 13th Annual Niagara Celtic Festival in Krull Park features Celtic music, dancers, and living historians. There will be food vendors and local artisans. Tickets are $20 for a weekend pass, or $15 for Saturday and $10 for Sunday. Parking is free and I would encourage you to bring lawn chairs and blankets, and don't forget a comfy jacket or sweater. For more tickets and more information CLICK HERE.
Harvest Festival September 20th - September 22nd
Celebrate the season with wine and food pairing and autumn activities! Tickets are valid for all three days of the event and include a tasting of 3 wines and sample of harvest-themed cuisine at each participating winery, and a commemorative wine glass from your starting winery! Tickets are $30 if bought in advance and $35 at the door. For a full list of all the participating wineries and to purchase tickets CLICK HERE.
Niagara Apple Festival October 5th - October 6th
Head to the Niagara County Fairgrounds and enjoy some fresh produce and apple treats! There will be apple pie, apple jam, apple tarts, apple cake, apple everything! Admission is free and everyone gets a free apple at the gates! There are also indoor and outdoor craft shows and live entertainment. You can also enter a pumpkin painting contest, and/or vote on the contestants! For more information on the Niagara Apple Festival CLICK HERE.
4th Annual Oktoberfest October 12th
Walking distance from The Red Coach Inn the 4th Annual Oktoberfest features authentic German-American cuisine beer and wine. Musicians and authentic performers including the Bergholz German Band and the Edelweiss Dancers will be performing at the this one day festival. Children will also love the Kidtoberfest zone complete with petting zoo, bounce house, and arts and crafts. Admission to Oktoberfest is free, and for more information CLICK HERE.
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