Sunny's Rooster Ramblings
August 27th closed out the Tuesday in the Park concert series for 2014. There were a number of sold out concerts this year. Many of you stayed over for the Wednesday night concert in July or came a day early to enjoy the Monday night concerts this summer. It was fun helping to choose activities for the time between concerts. But notice! This was not Lewiston's last hurrah for 2014. The Whirlpool Jet Boat rides continue through the month and we still have $5.00 discount coupons for our guests.
From September 5th-7th you can watch the pageant for the new Peach Queen, Peach Blossom and Peach Fuzz, enjoy rides and games and carnival food as you say good bye to summer all at Academy Park. Along with the usual carnival fare check out the peach shortcake made with local peaches and served by our Kiwanis Club. Purchase a liter of peach pop, a basket of peaches and other fresh produce to take home.
September 6th and every Saturday evening from then until October 25 the Arts Council brings the history of Lewiston alive with their renowned Ghost Walks. Meet in the Peace Garden, 476 Center Street. This 90 minute walk through history takes place in rain or moon glow, wind or snow flurries, so dress accordingly and bring a flashlight to protect yourselves from those who haunt the nights. Our Marble Orchard Players take you on a walk through the Village and at each haunted place you will meet a spirit of the past who comes forth to enlighten you on the significance of their haunt. For more information please contact: Eva Nicklas, Lewiston Council on the Arts 716-754-0166 or visit their website: www.artcouncil.org. No reservations necessary. The cost is $15.00/adults $8.00/ children under 12, and these funds help defray the costs experienced by the Arts Council.
The County Fair and Community Yard Sale is held on September 20, as is with the Mighty Niagara Half Marathon and the Niagara Hospice Dash 5K run/walk at Porter-on-the-Lake.
Finish off the month with Earth Voices of the Great Spirit, held in the Peace Garden and the Harvest Festival and Craft Show on Center Street either before or after you visit the Power Authority Wildlife Festival on the Power Authority grounds, all on the 27th.
A number of guests this year were able to take advantage of my special for returning guests, and for some it was a pleasant surprise (others had read this news letter). I may just make this a regular discount. After all, having return guests is like having family visit, and I enjoy visiting with my "extended" family.
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