Greater Niagara Winter Events!
Top Events around Niagara this Winter
Valentine's Day Candle Lantern Snowshoe Walk, Niagara Falls
Bring your friends, family or significant other for an illuminating adventure at De Veaux Woods State Park. Make your own lantern, then discover the night through folklore and star gazing.
Polar Bites 2013, Buffalo
February spells fun at Polar Bites, where the region’s top eateries, breweries and wineries feed visitors to support the Buffalo Zoo. Basket auction, silent auction and visits from animal ambassadors, at the Convention Center.
Birding on the River, Grand Island
Join the search for migratory waterfowl and wintering birds along the shores of the Niagara River at Beaver Island Nature Center. Visit the lagoon overlook.
Hot Chocolate Hike/Snowshoe, Niagara Falls
Desperate for fresh air? Head to De Veaux Woods State Park for a hike or snowshoe in the winter woodland, then warm up with a cup of cocoa. Don’t forget to bring your favorite mug.
Antique Show & Sale, Batavia
The Batavia Antique Show & Sale is a tri-state event showcasing jewelry and glassware, furniture and pottery, vintage silver, original art, Asian antiques and so much more.
St. Patrick's Day Parade, Buffalo
A proud day for Buffalo’s Irish, this annual march from City Hall to North Street draws huge crowds to Irish dancers, bands and civic groups. Free ice skating, clowns, face painting and good green fun!
Sister Act the Musical, Buffalo
Broadway’s feel-amazing musical comes to Shea’s Performing Arts Center. It’s cops and robbers in a convent with divine entertainment and music by Alan Menken.
First Day of Spring Walk, Niagara
Spring begins today in the northern hemisphere and Reservoir State Park is celebrating. Emerge from your hibernation and join a park naturalist on this spring discovery walk in the park.
Night Sounds, Irving
Discover where those sounds in the night come from at Evangola State Park. Journey into the night world of Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs, Timer Doodles and Screech Owls.
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