Thursday, May 30, 2013

It's the little things!



One of my favorite things about the staying at the Red Coach Inn is all the small touches that add up to one amazing experience. I have seen many beautiful rooms and had lots of great customer service experiences at the Red Coach Inn, and many other hotels, but the attention to detail given at the Red Coach is by far a key factor that sets it apart from other hotels.

The unique experience provided by the Red Coach Inn starts as soon as you check-in. The front desk associate politely escorts you up to your room and makes sure to explain to you each amenity of the room, including how to turn the fireplace on and how to work the jetted bath tub. And I can't forget about my favorite part, the cheese, cracker, and fruit platter and bottle of champagne that is waiting for you! (And yes this is every stay!)



The overall ambiance of the hotel is another reason the Red Coach Inn has become one of my favorite Niagara Falls destinations. The hotel first opened its doors in 1923 and still carries the warm English style decor throughout the property. Each room is uniquely decorated, so you are guaranteed to experience something new each stay. I find it refreshing to see a different room each time I stay versus the cookie cutter rooms you typically find with the major hotel chains. Also as an oil painter I have a great appreciation for all of the artwork hung throughout the hotel, especially the oil paintings. The art creates an understanding of the rich history that is deeply rooted in the Red Coach Inn.

The Red Coach Inn remains one of my all-time favorite hotels simply for its uniqueness and attention to detail! It's all the little things that add up to one grand experience!


Sunday, May 26, 2013

What's Happening in Niagara Falls May 27th - June 2nd

May 27th: Memorial Day

May 28th: Fall Out Boy at the Rapids Theater
Rapids Theater May 28th
Kiss 98.5 presents Fall Out Boy with special guest New Politics on May 28th at 7:00 pm. Fall Out Boy is an American rock band from Wilmette, Illinois formed in 2001. The band consists of vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist Pete Wentz, guitarist Joe Trohman, and drummer Andy Hurley. The members originally played in local underground hardcore bands before forming Fall Out Boy. With Pete Wentz as the band's primary lyricist and Patrick Stump as the primary composer, Fall Out Boy broke out of the underground scene and reached mainstream success.



May 29th: Snowbirds Over the Falls
Snowbirds at Niagara Falls May 29th
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds will be performing right over Niagara Falls. In this 25 minute show the Snow Birds Demonstration Team (431 Squadron) bring a thrilling performance to the North American public. Serving as Canadian ambassadors, the Snowbirds demonstrate the high level of professionalism, teamwork, excellence, discipline and dedication inherent in the women and men of the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Forces.


May 31st: Billy Currington at the Rapids Theater
Rapids Theater May 31st
The title of Billy Currington's new album, Enjoy Yourself, says it all. "That's what I was I want people to think about doing when they hear my music," the happy-go-lucky Georgia native says. "I want them to have a good time." And a good time is clearly what they're having. See Currington LIVE on May 31st at 8:00 pm at the Rapids Theater. For tickets CLICK HERE.








May 31st - June 2nd: Pubfest
Pubfest 2013 will be an amazing musical festival held at Academy Park in the beautiful and historic Village of Lewiston, NY. The festival will kick off on May 31st and will run through June 2nd. There are 12 talented bands lined up, including The Trews and USS. The festival is FREE! You can purchase VIP tickets for the best possible experience. There will be several food vendors and many areas to purchase beer, wine or Mike's Hard lemonade. The event is for 21 and over only. For more information on Pubfest CLICK HERE

May 31st - June 2nd: 43rd 100 American Craftmen Festival
Located at the Kenan Center Arena the 100 American Craftsmen Show is noted as one of the top favorite craft shows/festivals in New York State, and Buffalo Niagara's only, and longest-running show dedicated exclusively to contemporary craft art. The show features many fashions of art including leather, glass, metal, clay, wood, basketry, fiber, paper, and mixed media. In addition to the amazing show, visitors enjoy a full weekend of activity including live music, gourmet edibles, and much more!

June 1st: The Brass Ring Thing XIII Renaissance Festival
Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum June 1st
Travel back in time to "ye days of olde: at the Twelfth Annual Brass Ring Thing Renaissance Festival. Join knights, ladies, and the local community to celebrate the early origins of carrousels. Immerse yourself in history with weapons, demonstrations and tournaments, period songsters and storytellers, historic artisan demonstrations, themed crafts and games, vendors, food, contests, and so much more. The festival starts at 11:00 am and the castle closes at 6:00 pm at the Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum.








 June 2nd: Bloc Party with Bear Mountain at the Rapids Theater
Rapids Theater June 2nd
Equally inspired by Sonic Youth, Joy Division, Gang of Four, and the Cure, East London art punkers Bloc Party mix angular sonics with pop structures. Consisting of singer/guitarist Kele Okereke, guitarist Russell Lissack, bassist/singer Gordon Moakes, and drummer Matt Tong, the band was formerly known as Angel Range and Union before settling on Bloc Party. The show will also have special guests Bear Mountain. The show starts at 7:30 at the Rapids Theater. For tickets CLICK HERE.








Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Stay and Play at the Red Coach Inn - Now offering Golf Packages

Niagara Falls Country Club

Hit the links and enjoy a relaxing day on the lush greens with the Red Coach Inn's Golf Package. The perfect gift for the golf aficionado in your life, guests will receive a sleeve of golf balls and indulge in an 18-hole round of golf for 2 at the prestigious Niagara Falls Country Club.  Then return to the Red Coach Inn and unwind with 2 complimentary drinks at the restaurant.

Home of the 55th Annual Porter Cup the Niagara Falls Country Club is nestled atop the Niagara escarpment. Players enjoy panoramic views of the Towns of Lewiston and Youngston, NY as well as Niagara-on-the-Lake, St. Catherine, and Toronto, Canada.

CLICK HERE to learn even more about this sought-after private country club.



Note: Transportation is not included. Round of golf is a walking round, golf carts are available for an extra fee. The Niagara Falls Country Club is a private club and proper country club golf attire is required. Tee times are not guaranteed until 72 hours in advance, subject to availability and must be made directly with the Country Club.

Book your Golf Package today at the Red Coach Inn! Reservations call (716) 282-1459. Learn more about the Golf Package HERE.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

What's Happening in Niagara Falls May 20th - 26th


With only 32 days till summer it is a beautiful time of year here at the Red Coach Inn and a great week to get out and have some fun! From lawn concerts to a special observance for the War of 1812 there's a lot happening in Niagara Falls. Read below to find more information on each event!






May 22nd: The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs at Artpark Theater
Artpark May 22ne
Are YOU afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? What really happened? YOU decide!
The Dallas Children's Theater will bring their national touring production of "The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs!" to the Artpark Mainstage Theater on May 22nd. Two hilarious performances will be presented at 10:00 am and 7:00 pm and tickets are $7.00 per person.

Based on the popular book by John Scieska and Lane Smith, the play begins where the book leaves off. Alexander T. Wolf, a.k.a. Big Bad, finally gets to tell his side of the story and YOU, the audience, determine the ending of the play in this rock hip-hop-ity musical that will blow the hair off your chinny chin chin!

May 23rd: The War of 1812 in Niagara County



Join the Niagara County Historical Society for this interesting program highlighting the War of 1812 events that actually took place in Niagara County. The program will be held Thursday May 23rd at 7:00 pm at the History Center.
For more information CLICK HERE




 May 24th: The Avett Brothers at Artpark Theater
 Since their major label debut in 2008, the Avett Brothers built up a sizable following based on their rowdy, infectious stage shows. In concert, the high-flying ensemble tears through tunes with unbridled energy, popping banjo and guitar string right and left while inciting stomping singalongs among audiences that appear to know every word. At times they would seemingly create their own subgenre onstage - "punkgrass," for lack of a better word. This much is for certain: the Avett Brothers are a grassroots phenomenon, built from the ground up.
Inside is sold out, but Lawn seats are still available.
CLICK HERE for tickets.

 May 25th & 26th: Native American Stone Carving
 Join the Niagara Arts & Cultural Center for a two day stone carving workshop from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Choose your own stone and work with a professional Native American artist while you create your own personal carving. All instructions, materials, and tools are included in the workshop. Students age 12 and older are welcome. Call (716) 282-7530 to register today!



May 25th & 26th: Soldiers through the Ages
 This "time-line" event traces the occupation of Fort Niagara form the 17th century through World War Two. Special displays and demonstrations explore the uniforms, weapons, and equipment of four centuries of soldiers. This year's event will feature a special focus on the War of 1812 in observance of the Bicentennial of the capture of Fort George in May 1813.  The event starts at 10:00 am and retreats at 4:30 pm at Old Fort Niagara. For more information CLICK HERE.



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Friday, May 17, 2013

Summer Wedding Color-Blocking!

Summer is one of our favorite times of year at the Red Coach Inn for countless reasons. The sun is shining and the last traces of winter disappear, and at the top of our list it's wedding season! Especially because all the bright colors, that are (finally!) in season, start to appear at our wedding events. From Bridal Showers to Receptions one of the hottest trends we're seeing is using color-blocking, where you combine multiple bright and bold colors all at once like aquamarine and citron. So, skip the lace and burlap. Color-blocked wedding details - borrowed from the fashion runways - have wedding planners (and brides!) across the country totally inspired. Feel free to steal some of these fresh new ideas from our top 9 color-blocking trends.
Photo: Simone and Martin Photography


1. Contrasting Linens
For this intimate beachside wedding, celebrity wedding planner, Mindy Weiss, played with two equally bold colors: blue on the tabletops with pops of yellow in the centerpieces and chair covers. She topped it off with a simple with draped fabric canopy to ensure the table was the ultimate focal point.





Photo: Wedding Photojournalism by Ron Soliman





2. Bright Ceremony Decor
While a color-block ceremony certainly isn't for everyone it is possible to pull it off in a chic and sophisticated way. A little bit of draping goes a long way and makes the perfect unexpected ceremony backdrop.

ForHerAndForHim.com





3. A Flirty Bridesmaid Dress
Color-blocked bridesmaid dresses are the perfect way to add a pop of color to the day. Plus, it's on trend so there's actually a chance they'll wear it again!





MySweetAndSaucy.com





4. A Color Blocked Wedding Cake 
The wedding cake is one of the easiest places to try out a trend and really make a statement like this one designed by Melody Brandon and Sweet and Saucy Bakery. One tip worth mentioning: Use a subtler color on the base of the cake and let the sugar flowers and accents take on the bold hues.

Photo: Cory Ryan Photography




5. Bright Neon Cactus Centerpieces
Can you believe these little guys are actually found in nature? It's true - these desert "moon cactus" grow and blossom in neon bright yellow, fuchsia, and orange. A low arrangement like this makes a striking low-key centerpiece or the perfect accent for a lounge area!



Photo: Joielala
 





6. Half-dipped cupcakes
Chocolate dipped cupcakes topped off with your favorite icing will get you a two-tone look that's truly decadent!



Photo: Cory Ryan Photography





 7.  Colorful Sugar Rimmed Glassware
You don't have to add pineapple juice to pull off a colorful cocktail. Ask you caterer about colorful rimming sugar to turn an ordinary glass into a piece of the decor. 



Minted.com






8. Color-block Save-the-Dates
"Block off" the date for your wedding with color-blocked save-the-dates! This square shaped design from Minted.com strikes the perfect balance between contemporary and playful.

Zara.com






9. Color-block Tipped Shoes
For the daring bride, color-block shoes (these ones are from Zara.com!) are the perfect modern  way to pull in your "something blue."











Let us know what you think about color-blocking weddings! Happy Planning!

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Lewiston Region Tour of Kitchens June 8th and 9th

The Fleming House

 The Fifth Annual Tour of Kitchens and Homes is located in Lewiston and Youngston, New York, just seven miles north of the Red Coach Inn. Get an up close and personal look inside of six of the area's most fabulous homes and entertaining spaces. Each home is uniquely distinct in its style, tradition and decor. Each will also be paired with a restaurant and chef who will prepare for your sampling, their signature dish.

 

A tablescape is an artful way to set a table for dining. If you like to entertain, you'll love our tablescapes created in each home by local retailers and tablescape artists.

The Tour of Kitchens is an inspiring opportunity for anyone looking to renovate, rejuvenate or simply dream about fabulous entertaining spaces.

French Country Cottage
 The tour itself will take between 2.5 and 3 hours to complete. It is a self-guided tour. You may view the kitchens and homes in any order that you wish. It is suggested that you enjoy the dessert and wine tasting between your stops to avoid bottlenecks at the end of the event. The dessert and wine tasting will open at 11:00 am and close at 4:00 pm.

Proceeds will help benefit the Historical Association of Lewiston and the Porter Historical Society. For tickets CLICK HERE.


For your enjoyment, please:
  • Wear sensible shoes. Those with heels will be asked to remove them at the door.
  • You may visit the homes in any order you wish.
  • Some homeowners have mandated that shoes be removed to protect floor coverings. You will be provided with a bag to carry your shoes while you tour the home. 
  • The easiest way to find the homes is by using a GPS or following the Tour of Kitchens map. There will be hostesses in each home that will also help you find your next location. 
  • Remember that doors open at 10:00am and close at 4:00pm.
  • We kindly request that you NOT park in the driveways of the homes.
  • Photographing inside of the homes is prohibited for privacy reasons. 
  • Some approaches to the front doors are long and on an incline. 
  • Note that this is not an event suitable for small children.
Have a Wonderful Time!




Sunday, May 12, 2013

What's Happening in Niagara Falls May 13th - 19th

Relay for Life Saturday May 18th


We hope everyone had a wonderful Mother's Day and was able to treat Mom to a wonderful day! As we move into the 3rd week of May we want to highlight a special event here in Niagara Falls, Relay for Life. Teams of people will unite on Saturday May 18th in an effort to raise funds for the American Cancer Society's programs, services, and life-saving missions. For more information and all this week's events please read below.



May 14th: DEVICE with Nonpoint & Gemini Syndrome LIVE
DEVICE Tuesday May 14th

103.3 The Edge presents DEVICE with special guests Nonpoint and Gemini Syndrome on Tuesday May 14th at the Rapids Theatre. Rather than sticking to any pre-existing blueprints or conventions, modern hard rock icon David Draiman of Disturbed and studio collaborator Geno Lenardo [ex-Filter] constructed Device from strands of hard rock, industrial, and electronica. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the show begins at 7:00 pm. All ages show. Tickets: $22.50 presale and $25.00 day of show. For tickets CLICK HERE.
 For Directions to the Rapids Theatre CLICK HERE.



May 17th: Endangered Species Day
Endangered Species Day Friday May 17th
Visit the DeVeaux Woods State Park this Friday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm to celebrate Endangered Species Day.  Join a park naturalist and learn the "who, what, where, and why" about endangered, threatened, special concern, extirpated , and extinct animals in New York and around the world. For more information on Endangered Species Day at DeVeaux Woods State Park CLICK HERE.
For Registration call (716) 282-5154.
For Directions to DeVeaux Woods State Park CLICK HERE.

May 18th: American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Niagara Falls
Relay for Life Saturday May 18th
Relay for Life  is the American Cancer Society's signature fundraising event that celebrates cancer survivors, remembers and honors loved ones that have battled the disease, and fights back against cancer. The 2013 Relay will be a destination event, welcoming participants from all over the world to Relay at a true wonder - Niagara Falls. So far 35 teams and 186 participants have raised $28, 610.40 for the Niagara Falls Relay. You can sign up your team today, just CLICK HERE. The Relay will be held on Old Falls Street on Saturday from 12:00 pm - 12:00 am. For more information on Relay for Life CLICK HERE
For Directions to Relay for Life Niagara Falls CLICK HERE.

May 18th: Niagara Bicycle Ride
Niagara Bicycle Ride Saturday May 18th
Get your bikes ready and join us on a bicycle ride from Devil's Hole State Park to the Grand Island Bridge and back. This leisurely ride along the river starts at 10:00 am and has stops along the way to view what you may miss when you travel by car. For more information on the Niagara Bicycle Ride CLICK HERE.
For Registration call (716) 282-5154.
For Directions to Devil's Hole State Park CLICK HERE.




May 18th & 19th: New York Heritage Weekend
NY Heritage Week Saturday May 18th & 19th
The Allan Herschell Companies were an important part of the local economy and community in the 19th and 20th centuries. Celebrate the carrousel's legacy in the Tonawandas by learning about the artistry and engineering of these beautiful historic machines. From 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm you can tour the museum's exhibits of antique carrousel animals, see woodcarvers at work, hear the familiar strains of the band organ, and take a ride on the 1916 #1 Special Carrousel. In celebration of New York Heritage Weekend the museum is offering free admission to all visitors and a variety of fun craft activities for kids inspired by carrousel and other Herschell rides. For more information on the Herschell Carrousel Museum CLICK HERE.
For Directions to the museum CLICK HERE.

May 18th: Wine and Food Pairing Event
Food and Wine Pairing Saturday May 18th
Midnight Run Wine Cellars is located in the peaceful town of Wilson, NY, within 2 miles of Lake Ontario. The lake has a profound effect on the grapes, and extends the growing season to help the winery produce fine quality grapes. On Saturday May 18th at 6:30 pm you can experience their exquisite wine first hand. For Hors D'oeuvres they are serving Antipasto on a French baguette paired with Baco-Noir. Hor's D'oeuvres will be followed by a fresh salad consisting of greens with pears and blue cheese paired with White Storm Wine. The main course is Chicken Francese, Fresh Asparagus, and Pesta Pasta paired with Riesling. Then dessert is Black Forest Cake paired with Cabernet Sauvignon. Tickets are $39.95 on sale at the winery or call (716) 751-6200. For more information on the Midnight Run Wine Cellars Food & Wine Pairing Event CLICK HERE.
For Directions to Midnight Run CLICK HERE.




Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Mother's Day is Sunday!!! Have you made plans yet?

Mother's Day is Sunday, yes this Sunday! The year is flying by and for those of you who haven't made plans for the special Mom(s) in your life, treat her to a decadent brunch at the Red Coach Inn. We have prepared a delicious menu made specifically to celebrate Mom. The menu features over 20 different items including Prime Rib, Atlantic Salmon, Lobster Macaroni and Cheese, Eggs Benedict, French Toast, a dessert table with house-made desserts, and of course Mimosas! To see our entire brunch menu CLICK HERE.
Mother's Day Mimosas

Brunch is served from 10 am - 3 pm on Sunday, Adults $24.99, Children $12.99. For Reservations call (716)-282-1459. 

Directions to the Red Coach Inn CLICK HERE.

"There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child." --Henry Ward Beecher

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

A Summer Filled With Concerts and Entertainment



The popular summer music series put on by Artpark and the Seneca Niagara Casino will have a similiar theme this summer: the sounds of  classic rock. An amazing lineup of bands and world class entertainment will be heading to Niagara Falls and Lewiston.

Artpark serves up its annual Tuesday in the Park series after fine-tuning last summer with a renovated amphitheatre and a revamped ticketing format. Ticket prices will range from $5 to $15. Popular bands Lynard Skynyrd and ZZ Top are back once again this year.

Artpark’s 2013 Tuesday series kicks off with Billy Idol June 4, followed by Joan Jett (June 11), REO Speedwagon (June 18), Chicago (June 25), The Doobie Brothers (July 9), Bad Company with Paul Rodgers (July 16), Blue Rodeo (July 23), The Machine performs Pink Floyd (July 30), .38 Special & Blue Oyster Cult (Aug. 6), Lynyrd Skynyrd (Aug. 13), Gladys Knight and The O’Jays (Aug. 20) and ZZ Top (Aug. 20).

A more modern vibe is represented in the the annual Coors Light Wednesdays series: Gov’t Mule (June 12), MGMT (June 19), Dispatch (June 26), O.A.R. and Friends (July 10) and The Flaming Lips (July 17). Down the Robert Moses Parkway, the Summer Rush Concert Series is back for a second year to the Seneca Niagara Casino. It gets started with popular 80's group The Go-Go’s on June 15, and a rare local appearance by music legend Jackson Browne June 29.

The rest of the series includes world class comedy and music, with Drew Carey (July 6), Tracy Morgan (Aug. 10) and Brad Garrett (Sept. 7). All shows are at the Seneca Niagara Events Center. In the Bear’s Den Showroom will be Marcus Miller (June 7), Sonny Landreth (June 8), David Cassidy (June 21), Leo Kottke (June 22) and Buckwheat Zydeco (Aug. 3).

The Red Coach Inn is the perfect place for a before or after concert dinner or drink! We welcome all music and entertainment fans to enjoy the summer in Niagara Falls!

Red Coach Inn

Sunday, May 5, 2013

What's Happening in Niagara Falls May 6th - 12th

This is a busy week here in Niagara Falls, Spring has finally sprung, and we are looking forward to giving Mom the special Mother's Day she deserves.  If you are staying at the Red Coach Inn there's a lot of great events happening, especially for Mother's Day! From concerts to the Cave of Winds finally opening for the season it's bound to be a jammed pack week. Read more below to find out all the details of this week's local events.
May 7th: Volbeat with All That Remains & Eye Empire
Volbeat Band May 7th at 6:00pm
103.3 The Edge presents Volbeat with special guests All That Remains and Eye Empire at the Rapids Theatre. Doors open at 6:00pm and the show ends at 11:00pm. Volbeat. One word. One band. One inimitable sound. One matchless approach to music. Tickets are $35 in advance / $40 day of show. For more information and tickets CLICK HERE.
Directions: The Rapids Theatre is located at 1711 Main St., Niagara Falls, NY 14305. For directions from the Red Coach Inn to the Rapids Theatre CLICK HERE.

May 9th: The Cave of the Winds Opens
Cave of Winds May 9th
 The Cave of the Winds Tour located in Niagara Falls State Park takes you closer to waters of Niagara Falls than you thought possible. As you stand at the railing of the Hurricane Deck you are just a mere 20 feet from the billowing torrents of Bridal Veil Falls. The rushing waters loom above you, dousing you with a generous spray as you face the thundering Falls head-on. For more information and tickets CLICK HERE. For directions from the Red Coach Inn to Niagara State Park CLICK HERE

May 10th, 11th, 12th: Wine Trail Blossoms
Niagara Wine Trail May 10th, 11th, & 12th
Celebrate Spring and the blossoming of the Niagara Wine Trail! This year the Niagara Wine Trail celebrates their 11th anniversary, as well as the addition of their 17th winery member. Tickets are valid for all three days of the event, Friday 12pm - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm, and Sunday 12pm - 5pm. Price: $40 per person or $70 per couple in advance, and $45 per person and $75 per couple at the door (if not sold out). The tickets additionally are valid for a tasting of 3 wines and a wine charm gift at each participating winery, and a commemorative wine glass from your starting winery. Tickets do not include transportation. A valid ID with proof of age is required to participate. For more information and tickets CLICK HERE

May 10th: Woodland Wildflower Walk
Woodland Wildflower Walk May 10th
 Spring is in the air, and Mother Nature awaits you with her annual display of wildflowers! Stroll through Wilson Tuscarora State Park from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm and behold the beauty seen only this time of year. Enjoy a wood filled with old growth trees and listen for birds overhead, then end your evening with a Lake Ontario sunset! What a great start to your weekend! For more information and registration call (716)-282-5154.
For directions from the Red Coach Inn to Wilson Tuscarora State Park CLICK HERE.

May 11th: Spring Beach Hikes
Spring Beach Hikes May 11th
Have you been wanting to learn more about our Great Lakes? Do you want to try skipping a stone? Come see what you can find at the beach on the Fort Niagara State Park's Spring Beach Hike on May 11th from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm. Learn about the rock and "treasures" that wash ashore as you explore the park with a state park naturalist. Hike the shoreline trails and discover critters that inhabit the nearby woods. Come and explore all Fort Niagara State Park has to offer! For more information and registration call (716)-282-5154.
For directions from the Red Coach Inn to Fort Niagara State Park CLICK HERE.

May 12th: Mother's Day Brunch at the Red Coach Inn
Red Coach Inn Mother's Day Brunch May 12th
 Celebrate the most important woman in your life at the elegant Red Coach Inn. Treat Mom to an incredible Mother's Day Brunch featuring over 20 delicious options. Indulge in fresh seafood and traditional favorites to our decadent desserts and Mimosas, it will be a meal that Mom will remember. Brunch is served from 10 am - 3 pm, Adults $24.99, Children $12.99. To view our full Mother's Day Menu CLICK HERE. For reservations call (716)-282-1459

On Going Events in Niagara Falls:
May 1st - August 15th: Nightly Illumination 9:00 pm - Midnight

April 7th - May 12th: A Passion for Detail Exhibit at the Kenan Center House Gallery. Exhibit of work by accomplished local watercolorists E. Jane Stoddard adn Kathleen E. Dworak. Hours: Monday - Friday 12 pm - 5pm and Saturday- Sunday 2 pm - 5pm. 

May 3rd - May 12th: Lake Ontario Counties Spring Trout and Salmon Derby. Premier spring kick-off classic, offering a $15,000 grand prize for the largest trout or salmon caught overall. More the 60% of all winning fish come from the water off Niagara. For more information call (888)-REEL-2-IN.

May 3rd - June 9th: John Packovsky Exhibit at the Niagara Arts & Cultrual Center.


Saturday, May 4, 2013

Kenan Center Presents: 43rd Annual 100 Craftsmen Show May 31, June 1 & 2, 2013

The 100 American Craftsmen Show is noted as one of the top favorite craft shows/ festivals in New York State, and Buffalo Niagara's only, and longest-running show dedicated exclusively to contemporary craft art. The show features many fashions of art including leather, glass, metal, clay, wood, basketry, fiber, paper, and mixed media.  Some of the highlighted artists include; Andrea Geer, Wearable Fiber, JoAnn Vanderheite, Decorative Gourds, Scott Sober, Wood, and Richard Aerni, Clay.
Andrea Greer / Wearable Fiber

In addition to the amazing show, visitors enjoy a full weekend of activity including live music, gourment edibles, and much more! Pluse a free raffle ticket for a chance to win an original work of craft art donated by our artisans is provided to each patron along with admission.
JoAnn Vanderheite, Gourds
The 100 American Craftsmen Show is located at the Kenan Center Arena, just a short drive from the Red Coach Inn. If you are planning on visiting the Niagara Falls area at the end of May we highly recommend attending this one of a kind art show. Many of the artisans return year after year because they enjoy the friendly, intimate atmosphere that encourages plenty of one-on-one with shoppers. Visitors to 100 American Craftsmen Show enjoy wide, handicapped accessible, aisles that allow for leisurely browsing.
Scott Sober, Wood
Richard Aerni, Clay

Location and Directions to the Kenan Center
The 100 American Craftsmen Show takes place indoors at the Kenan Center Arena, 105 Beattie Avenue, on the east side of the Kenan Center campus. You can enter the grounds from either Locust of Beattie. Ample free parking is available, but can be full during peak show hours. Parking is permitted on neighboring side streets. For directions from the Red Coach Inn to the Kenan Center CLICK HERE.