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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau E-NEWS June 2013
Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau
Visit and view displays that tell the story of over
150 years of grape-growing in the Lake Erie Concord Grape region. Taste 100%
pure Concord grape juice, wines from Lake Erie Wine Country, grape slushies and
a whole range of products made from grapes. Shop for gifts from the region, many
with a grape theme, and pick up information for touring and visiting the area.
The retail shop, information center, tasting bar and patio are open seven days
each week. On Route 20, just over a mile west of the Village of
Farms, Food and Drink
Chautauqua in June Learning Festival, May 31 - June
Southern Tier Brewing Company, June 8, 2013,
10 am - 3 pm
From mash-in to knock-out, experience the brewing
process during a hands-on day with Dustin Hazer, head brewer, and Joe Reynolds,
head of R&D at Southern Tier Brewing Company.
Participants will handle ingredients, tour the
expansive brewery, see how different malts change the color of beer, and learn
about the distinguishing characteristics of hops. They will taste beer in
various stages of fermentation along with a comprehensive panel of finished
beers. Pastries and lunch will be provided. Must be 21 or older. Designated
driver is recommended. Register
Roger Tory Peterson Institute, June 7-8,
The fifth annual Roger
Tory Peterson Birding Festival coincides with the height of the northbound
songbird migration. See first-hand the incredible diversity of birds that
frequent the Jamestown and Chautauqua region during a series of field trips. All
ages and abilities are guaranteed to be amazed by the dazzling colors and
variety of returning tropical migrants. See a schedule of Events and Excursions and Sign Up
Tour the Old Northside or stately Lakeview Avenue.
Explore the city's industrial footprint or the once majestic Southside. Discover
hidden alleyways in downtown and near the boat landing. The Fenton History
Center is offering a series of five rotating walking tours on Saturdays throughout
the summer. Tours last approximately two hours. Wear comfortable shoes and
weather appropriate clothing.
concerts in three days. Bach & Beyond is a lively
celebration of Baroque music with spirited performances of some of the
greatest music ever written in an acoustically-ideal Victorian setting. 2013
marks the 18th year of the festival with a program that includes works by J.S.
Bach, Handel and Telemann along with a few 21st century compositions by Fredonia
Maestro Grant Cooper. There is also an opportunity to join seelcted festival
musicians in a conversation prior to the