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March 2016 - Happenings in Niagara County
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                                               Gallery Landscapes - Lockport
Date:  Saturday, February 6th 2016 - Saturday, March 19th 2016
Location:  Lockside Art Center - 21-41 Main St. - Suite 208 - Lockport
Time:  12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
www.locksideartcenter.com - (716) 478-0239

The showing will feature: drawings, paintings, photography, computer generated images, fabric art and sculpture all
relating to the theme of LANDSCAPES
                           Polar Bear Day- The 47th annual "Swim for Sight"
Date:  Sun, March 6, 2016
Time:  10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Several thousand spectators cheer on 600 to 1000 brave swimmers as they frolic in the icy waters of Lake Ontario at
Olcott's Krull Park beach. Fun and food on Main St., tailgate parties, and a festive time, including a Fireman's Chili contest
and tug-of-war. Admission and parking are free; swimmers raise funds from sponsors. Information is available at
                                              March Crafts for Children
Date:Monday, March 7th 2016
Location:Village of Lewiston Recreation Dept. - 145 N. 4th St. - Lewiston
Time:5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
www.villageoflewiston.net - (716) 754-1990

The Village of Lewiston Recreation Dept. is sponsoring a craft class for children
  • The crafts will have a March theme
  • The class is for children 5 and older
  • The cost for the class is free and all supplies are included

Registration Required
                        Hidden History: Women's History in Niagara County
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Location:  Niagara County Historical Society - 215 Niagara St. - Lockport
Time:5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
http://niagarahistory.org - (716) 434-7433

Hidden History is a series of
FREE monthly programs and activities specifically designed for families with children 5 and up
to learn about the history that happened right here in Niagara County
    •5:30pm - Pizza dinner
    •6pm - Brief presentation program - History Center of Niagara Staff
    •6:30pm - Games, crafts and more that parents and children can enjoy together

Registration Required
                                                       Newfane 365!
Date: March 10, 2016
Time:  6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The 4th annual event (formerly Wine Night in Newfane) is a night of exploring all that our area has to offer. A showcase of
local businesses, attractions, festivals and organizations. Admission is free, with local eateries and wineries from the
Niagara Wine Trail offering food and drink at a small cost. More details can be found at the Facebook event page for
Newfane 365! Sponsored by the Newfane and Olcott Beach Tourism Committee.
                     Fundraiser: Village of Lewiston Recreation Yard Sale
Date:  Saturday, March 12th 2016
Location:  Village of Lewiston Recreation Dept. - 145 N. 4th St. - Lewiston
Time:  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
www.villageoflewiston.net - (716) 754-1990

To Benefit: The Village of Lewiston Recreation Department and its programs.  Held inside the gymnasium.  
Doors open promptly at 9am.  DONATIONS ACCEPTED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY   3/10 & 3/11
                                 Lakeshore Wine, Beer, and Food Fest
Date:  March 13, 2016
Time:  11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location:   Olcott Fire Company, 1691 Lockport-Olcott Rd., Olcott.

Admission is free; call 716-807-8660 for more information.
                                               21st Annual Maple Weekend #1
Date:  Saturday, March 19th 2016 - Sunday, March 20th 2016
Location: Various - Niagara CountyTime:10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Every spring, the New York State Maple Producers Association invites families from across the Empire State and
neighboring areas into their "sugar houses" to learn all about the production of maple syrup and other related products.  
Our goal during Maple Weekend is to provide an educational demonstration with a maple producer where visitors can
experience many aspects of pure maple production. Maple producers will demonstrate how to make syrup and other pure
maple products, whether it’s simply boiling the sap over an open fire or running it through highly scientific equipment or
heating and stirring it into delicious sugars and creams, the results always taste great

From the first Maple Sunday in the mid 1990s to today’s state-wide Maple Weekends, the goal remains the same, to give
the public a first-hand opportunity to see how maple products are produced, from tree to table, along with the chance to
taste and purchase maple products.

NIAGARA COUNTY LOCATIONS: www.gaetafamilyfarm.com - Lockport
Has a small 200+ tap operation in the town of Cambria that allows visitors to get up close to their equipment and ask all the
questions they want.   Sample Products: Maple Sugar Shapes, Maple Cream, Maple Encrusted Nuts, etc.
Demonstrations:  Powerpoint Presentation, How trees are tapped, Reverse Osmosis to prepare sap, How to boil sap into
syrup, How syrup is filtered, graded & bottled

Wolf Maple Products (no website) - Middleport
Has an 1800 tap operation with demonstrations and displays during Maple Weekend. Weather permitting, tractor rides into
the sugar bush. There will be a petting zoo both weekends. Don't forget to try our maple soft-serve ice cream and a maple
cream glazed donut. Pancake breakfasts near us: March 20 in Middleport Firehall.  Sample Products:  Maple Syrup, Maple
Granulated Sugar, Maple Sugar Shapes, Maple Cream, Maple Cotton, Maple Jelly, Maple Coated Nuts, Maple Mustard,
Maple Popcorn, Maple Ice Cream
Event Description
Join the Easter Bunny for a 1 hour train ride and Easter Egg Hunt
Admission into the museum is included in your train fare

Date:  March 26, 2016
Time:  11am SHARP Easter Egg Hunt
      12pm Train departure

or   12:15pm SHARP Easter Egg Hunt
      1:15pm Train departure

Must purchase train ride ticket to participate in Easter Egg Hunt, Arrive 1 hour prior to Easter Egg Hunt to pick up your
train ride tickets and wristbands for Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Egg Hunt is for children ages 2 yrs - 12 yrs old with a paid
ticket, Bring your Easter basket or bag to collect eggs, Three top prizes for each age group, Fenced in areas for 3 age
groups, Ages 2-4 Parent allowed in area, Ages 5-7 Parents NOT allowed in area, Ages 8-12 Parents NOT allowed in
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