Can you believe next week is Thanksgiving and Christmas will be here in 35 days! This week in Niagara Falls you can get started on your holiday shopping at the Annual Holiday Gift Show at the Kenan Center, and don't forget to stop by the Red Coach Inn for you holiday gift certificates.
November 20th: Discovery Series
Travel the world with award-winning Landscape Architect John Morley this Wednesday night at the Lewiston Opera Hall from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Open your mind and learn to improve the appearance of your property as well as your community. From sculpture, to water features, to wonderful open spaces that provide an opportunity for enjoyment and relaxation, sit back and relax as Mr. Morley takes you on an educational adventure. $5 admission / Free to Lewiston Council of the Arts members.
November 22nd - 24th: Annual Holiday Gift Show
Head out to the Kenan Center for this year's Annual Holiday Gift Show. The event features 50 artisans and designers, cafe, quilt raffle, goodie booth, and gifts from the garden. The Holiday Gift Show starts Friday evening from 5:00 pm - 9:00pm and the continues on Saturday from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm and Sunday from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm. Admission is $4 and for more information CLICK HERE.
November 23rd - 26th: Fatima Shrine of Lights
Come out to Lewiston to view this year's Fatima Shrine of Lights. In all there are over 75 displays to be viewed, including a giant Nativity Scene which features a nine foot angel hovering over the Holy Family. During the festival the lights are on from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm every night. The Shrine gift and book shop are open until 9:00 pm and the cafeteria is open till 8:00 pm. For more information CLICK HERE.
November 23rd: Historical Association of Lewiston Movie Night
Starting at 6:30 pm this Sunday head to the Lewiston Red Brick School, located at 145 N. 4th St., Lewiston, 14092 for a movie night. This free program will feature local expert George Baily, who will discuss Marilyn Monroe's visit to Niagara Falls to shoot the film "Niagara". After the presentation enjoy watching the film.