February Activities In The Finger Lakes

February activities in the Finger Lakes are bountiful. Just check out what there is to do and check out the 1795 Acorn Inn Packages page for great values at this Canandaigua accommodation. Not only are we conveniently located to many of the activities below, but you will be comforted in luxury, warmth and hospitality.

February activities in the Finger Lakes
The creek next to the Inn

February Activities In The Finger Lakes

On Saturday, February 10 from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., visit Naples and experience Vintage Vines & Valentines, an old‐world celebration of love and friendship in the historic Finger Lakes Naples Valley. The event features wine tastings, food sampling, s’more making, horse and wagon rides, and all sorts of special things. The Naples Hotel, 111 South Main Street, Naples, 14512. For more details and directions visit www.facebook.com/VintageVinesValentines.

February Activities In The Finger Lakes (cont.)

What better time than the winter to perfect that recipe you’ve always wanted to try?! Come on down to the New York Wine and Culinary Center and join one of the many different cooking class offerings – no matter your taste! Eating more your thing? The Upstairs Bistro is the place for you – and maybe even a glass of local wine or two! The New York Wine & Culinary Center is located just ten minutes from the Inn.

You may not have made the cut for the 2018 National team, but that doesn’t mean your Olympics dreams are gone! Head over to Ganondagan State Historic Site on Saturday, February 24 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. for the Native American Winter Games & Sports. Experience the heritage of the Seneca people while you try your hand at the traditional Haudenosaunee sport of snowsnake, or perhaps you’d rather race a snow boat! There will also be snowshoeing, dog sledding demonstrations, storytelling, traditional arts and traditional foods. The event is free, but a $10 donation per family is suggested. Ganondagan State Historic Site, 7000 County Road 41, Victor, 14564.

And there is still more…

Head over to Warfield’s in Clifton Springs for a cozy country dinner! With a seasonal menu of American and Asian fusion dishes, you are sure to find the perfect dish to go along with one of their cognacs, scotches or cordials. When you finish dinner, its Main Street location is perfect to experience the small‐town charm. This lovely restaurant is one of your Innkeeper’s favorites in the area and only a 20 minute drive from the Inn.

Nothing beats hitting the slopes on a beautiful Finger Lakes Day! Drive over to Bristol Mountain with slopes and trails for all ages and abilities! Feel the need for speed? Head over to the Black Diamond Rocket trail. Feeling like taking it slow and enjoying the winter day? Drive to the top of the mountain to experience Bristol’s Nordic Center. Rentals are available for both downhill and cross‐country ski trails. Don’t forget to check out our Ski & Stay Package. Discounted overnight Canandaigua accommodations and discounted all-day lift tickets. Let’s not forget… a full, hot, gourmet breakfast. And only five minutes away.

Bring out your inner artist with a trip to Casa Larga in Fairport, for a Sip & Paint class! Bring your friends for a night of wine glass painting, and if you arrive early you will receive a complimentary drink. The set of wine glasses, paints, paintbrushes and aprons are all included in the $35 ticket price. Casa Larga Vineyards, 2287 Turk Hill Road, Fairport, NY 14450. (585) 223‐4210.

Check Out Our Recipes

Fluffy and hot, guests enjoy our baked French Pear pancake at the 1795 Acorn Inn Bed and Breakfast. No syrup required.

Baked French Pear Pancake

broccoli & cheddar frittata with sausage, biscuit, veggies... breakfast at the 1795 Acorn Inn in Canandaigua is always included in your stay

Broccoli and Cheddar Fritatta

On chilly fall and winter mornings, guests will enjoy our baked apples cooked with granola, maple syrup and cranberry juice. These particular apples were served on blue and white plates

Baked Apples