Festivals & Events
There's always an opportunity to celebrate in Niagara! With wine and food festivals, live music and theatre, annual festivals and more, be sure to check out the upcoming events calendar when planning your visit.
Join us at the winery this coming Easter weekend for a really fun and simply delicious chocolate bark making class taught by expert chocolatier Kelly Nemeth. Start your experience with some of our Blanc de Blancs Brut in hand while you learn to make three distinct flavours of bark that we will pair with Cave Spring wines. And, then, get a little wild and imaginative and design your very own bark. See how your creation pairs with the wine!!! A great afternoon to share with friends and family (adults only please). Take home an Easter bag of bark made by your very own hands.
$35 per person
Reservations required, space is limited
3836 Main Street
Easter Weekend/Spring has Sprung (Bistro)
April 19 - 20 , 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
The Good Earth Food & Wine Company
We're hiding colourful Easter eggs throughout the store…seek and ye shall find! Inside each egg will be a little surprise such as a VIP tour and tasting, free tastings, discounts on accessories, free corkscrews and lots more. The kids shouldn't be the only ones have all the fun!
Friday, Saturday and Sunday - 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Please note ***one prize per person***
3836 Main Street
Join us as we celebrate spring in Niagara's Twenty Valley Wine Country. The Get Fresh in the Valley passport entitiles you to sample new vintage and aromatic wines paired with fresh spring inspired dishes at 24 Twenty Valley wineries.
As an added bonus, collect a recipe card at each winery to assemble the Get Fresh Spring Cookbook.
April 5 & 6, 12 &13, and 26 & 27
Every evening beginning at dusk the Falls are lit in the colours of the rainbow - don't miss the unmatched beauty of the Falls at night!
Introducing the ultimate dinosaur event of the year, Dinosaurs: Battle of the Titans, showcasing some of the largest and most unusual dinosaurs that ever existed, featuring two behemoths and the mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. the powerful Triceratops. This interactive encounter featuring cast fossils, striking graphics, dramatic videos, living dioramas, remarkable displays, realistic background audio and stunning, life-size robotic dinosaurs, walking, feeding, roaring, fighting; all making the visitor part of the action.
The exhibit will be open all March Break, and every weekend until Easter weekend. After Easter, the exhibit will be open seven days a week, 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM, up until the end of October.
Adult $11.95 +tax
Child $9.95 +tax
Family Pass 29.95 +tax (2 adults & 2 children)
Niagara Peninsula Hawkwatch group (NPH) will be on site during good weather/viewing conditions from 10am until 3pm, March 1 through May 15. Bring your binoculars and join the global count and environment monitoring. Free Admission. No Pets Please.
Beamer Memorial Conservation Area in Grimsby is Niagara’s best viewing location of the annual migration of birds of prey. See hawks, eagles, falcons and vultures overhead as they migrate north from South and Central America, the Caribbean and the United States to their Canadian nesting areas. Experience this natural phenomenon at Beamer.
Niagara Falls Farmers' Market
February 15 - December 27 , 6:00 am - 1:00 pm
5943 Sylvia Place
Experience Niagara Falls in winter, fall and spring with the Niagara Falls Wonder Pass. You'll save over 55% on the top Niagara Falls attractions: Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara's Fury and Butterfly Conservatory. You'll also receive two days on the WEGO transportation service, a hop-on, hop-off service connecting Niagara Parks attractions with your hotel.
Michael Ciufo is a classically trained singer who has had crossover success with his vocal prowess, stage presence and handsome good-looks, while performing classical, pop and original songs. His live performances consistently leave audiences wanting more.
Platinum Members $34 Gold Members $39 Regular $43
University/College Students $20 High School Students $5
500 Glenridge Ave.