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The Olney Place on Keuka Lake – Making It Easy For You

Everyone on the East side of Keuka Lake and even into farther reaches, knows about Olneys.  They have a huge selection of beer, a great deli with some unique sandwich offerings, home-made cookies and salads, beautiful photos for sale and gift items.  If you go into the deli

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Open House – Ferris Hills – Overlooking Canandaigua Lake – Sat May 5th

                                                                                image supplied from Ferris Hills website

Ferris Hills, known as the premier senior community in Ontario County, overlooks the gorgeous Canandaigua Lake in a peaceful and tranquil setting, and offers the best amenities around for senior living.  If you would like to learn more about this fabulous community, stop by and visit their Open House this Sat May5th, 2012 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

  • It is Cinco de Mayo, so you will be entertained with Music by Trio Los Claveles.
  • You will get to be a judge for a Top Chef cook-off
  • Door prizes will be given out, including an elegant dinner at Ferris Hills
  • Staff will be available to answer your questions
  • End your tour with a “make your own Sundae station”

-For more information visit their website www.ferrishills.com or call 585-393-0410

This truly is an amazing place that will allow you greater freedom with the upscale lifestyle that you are accustomed to.

Per website instructions:

Ferris Hills is best accessed from the 3300 block of West Lake Road (County Road 16) in Canandaigua, via Peg Rayburn Drive.

The staff would like to see  you,

 Live the Good Life at Ferris Hills!

 

 

 

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Things To Do In Canandaigua This Weekend May 5th- Part 2

Date May 5th, 2012 7PM to 10 PM
 
 
For racing enthusiasts – start your engines…
 
For More information contact  Canandaigua Motorsports
Event Description  Morrisville State College & Blue/Blue Light present Big-Block Modified, Sportsman, Street Stock, Pure Stock, New Legends Sportsman plus 1-on-1 Spectator Races
 
Event Location  Ontario County Fairgrounds, 2820 County Road 10
 
Fees/Admission

$12 Adult General Admission. Kids FREE 16 yrs. & under with ID
 
Contact Information

Jeremie Corcoran, promoter 315-374-2839 
 
 
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Things To Do In Canandaigua This Weekend May 5th – Part 1

The weather is warming up, trees are displaying their Sunday best with combinations of pinks and creams and rose-colored petals.  Spring flowers are lifting their colorful little heads up to the sun adding to the blue of the skies and the lakes.

If you are going to be in the Canandaigua Lake area this weekend, stop by and take in the beauty.   On your way to the lake, you can stop by historic downtown Canandaigua to participate in their Annual Wine Walk.  This year since it is the 5th of May, Riesters Appliance will be offering Margarita tastings.  Here is a list of the participating vendors:

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Campfires at the Lake – The Swedish Log Candle !

 

One of the most requested items on a checklist for vacation rentals on the Finger Lakes, is a campfire area.  After a long day on the water, with cooler temperatures creeping in for the night, families love to sit around a fire by the lake to just sit and chat, with conversations covering the days activities, to favorite stories from vacations gone by.  It is a bonding place.  It is where memories are created and ingrained.  It is a place for laughter and for those cool nights a place to gather a little extra warmth before calling it a day. 

So when we think of campfires we think of a stack of wood burning in the middle of the pit.  Some things have changed and some owners now have gas flamed fire pits.  They are a little more formal, much less work and cleaner.

Most vacationers still feel better with a home-made fire pit.  I came across this option on the internet and wanted to share it with you.  It is called a Swedish Log Candle.  It is definitely a conversation starter.  You can find instructions at Survivaltek.com a site that  I would say is dedicated to those that like the great outdoors.

You only need one log to get started, but you will need a chainsaw.  Take a look at the finished product.

 

 

 

 

Let me know what you think and if you have tried one of these fires.  I would love to hear from you.

 

 

 

 

 

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