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Colors of Chautauqua County, New York
Celebrate fall all season long with festivals, learning, and harvest in western New York. Take a class during the 2017 Colors of Chautauqua with workshops, tours, tastings, and special events happening from Labor Day to Veteran's Day. Choose from dozens of experiences with culinary, creative, and cultural themes. See below for a sampling of events. The full schedule is available on the Colors of Chautauqua Calendar. Experience the Harvest in the Lake Erie Grape Region. Take a Sightseeing Tour Around Chautauqua Lake. See a map of the Natural Attractions and Hikes. Enjoy the local bounty, great outdoors, and heritage of Chautauqua County: the World's Learning Center.
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Five Ways to Experience Fall in the Chautauqua-Lake Erie Region
Slow down and appreciate the autumn bounty
Perhaps one reason fall is so well loved is that it gives us permission to slow down after hectic summers. Located just 2.5 hours from Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Rochester, and 1.5 hours from Buffalo, Chautauqua County is the perfect destination for a fall getaway. Far enough and bursting with new sights and experiences so that we feel we have traveled somewhere, but close enough that the trip doesn't have to be a big production. Maybe you've been to Chautauqua countless times during the summer months but have yet to experience the autumn bounty. Keep reading for five suggested ways to spend an unforgettable fall weekend in Chautauqua County, New York.

 
Celebrate the Harvest in Western New York
Visit America's Grape Country!
Along the eastern shores of Lake Erie, "harvest" means grapes and from mid-September through the end of October, it's the primary thought on everyone's mind. In this region-known as America's Grape Country-the quintessential harvest experience is to get outside and inhale the sweet, intoxicating aroma emanating from vineyards laden with Concord grapes.
- By Stephanie Shuckers Burdo

 
The All New Peek'n Peal Season Pass
Lower prices & awesome perks!

Peek'n Peak Resort's all new season passes include six options with price points beginning at only $199. Unlimited season-long skiing with no blackout dates is only $499. Passes go on sale October 1, 2017. Rates increase after December 1, 2017.

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Upcoming Events
Brewmaster Dinner at Peek'n Peak Resort October 6, 2017
Join us at Bistro 210 for the Brewmaster Dinner featuring Southern Tier Brewing Company! A five course dinner paired with STBC brews will be served. Reservations are highly recommended. Overnight packages are available. 

12th Annual Saints & Sinners Cemetery Walking Tours
October 7, 2017
Narrated horse drawn and walking tours of Jamestown, NY's Lakeview Cemetery. Uncover some of the more than 43,000 personal stories of the residents of this beautiful cemetery. Presale tickets are available at the Fenton History Center.
Johnson Estate Fall Foliage Vineyard Walks Sundays in October 2017
 Join 3rd generation owner, Fred Johnson, on a 40-minute vineyard walk at Johnson Estate Winery, New York State's oldest estate winery. Framed by the hillside and colorful fall foligage, this is an experience you won't soon forget. The tour concludes in the tasting room with samples of Johnson Estate's award-wining vintages.
30th Annual Fall Fest Weekends at Peek'n Peak Resort
Oct. 14-15 & 21-22 
Brilliant foliage sets the scene for a juried craft show with more than 130 vendors and a farmers' market beside activities like the pumpkin cannon, children's games, petting zoo, live entertainment, pony rides, ski lift rides, classic car cruise-in and an annual snowsports equipment swap! 

Black Violin Concert: Classical Boom Tour @ Reg Lenna, Jamestown
October 20, 2017
American hip hop duo from Florida composed of two classically trained string instrumentalists who play a variety of music. This mingling of hip hop and classical sensibilities is what is generally thought to give them their distinctive style.

Wine & Candy Pairing: Halloween at Liberty Vineyards
October 28 & 28, 2017
Costumes are encouraged! Visit Liberty Vineyards & Winery and give your best "trick or treat!" Maybe you'll be given a free sample of their award-winning wines in return. Sample wine and candy pairings. Prizes awarded for creative costumes.  

More fall events, including farm-to-table dining and haunted Halloween festivities can be found on the Colors of Chautauqua Event Calendar
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