Clarion Hotel Marina & Conference Center
30 Lake Shore Drive East
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Phone: (716) 366-8350
Fax: (716) 366-8899
30 Lake Shore Drive East, Dunkirk, NY, US, 14048
- Phone: (716) 366-8350
- Fax: (716) 366-8899
The First Church of Evans Complex is situated at Derby, in Erie County, New York. It is a historic Presbyterian church complex spread over a 5.5-acre (2.2-hectare) land. The complex is inclusive of a church, a farmhouse, a cemetery and even the monumental Ingersoll Barn. The Sunday School commences as early as 8:45a and continues for an hour. It is followed by the worship service at 9:45a. Varied events are organized such as Bible study, prayer meetings, children services and special events. The structure is a great model of the Colonial Revival style of architecture, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Bemus Point United Methodist Church is a friendly church that occasionally hosts local events. Call them today to find out about their worship times.
Primarily used as a venue for weddings, receptions and other private events, The Crystal Ballroom often surprises the music lovers by hosting concerts of popular bands/ artists. Located inside Hotel Jamestown Building at the center of the city, this venue can also be hired for hosting meetings, social and corporate events. Call to know more about the venue.
Originally called Erie-Lackawana Railroad Station, the building has a stark and unique exterior due to the trim stone bricks. This historic train station was built in the 1930s to replace another train station. Today, the station is a local landmark and even hosts great events.
The city of Port Colborne lies on the Lake Erie, near the southwestern border between Canada and the United States. This charming city is steeped in marine heritage, having been an important port-of-entry in the past. This heritage is still visible today, preserved in the Port Colborne Historical and Marina Museum. With a pleasant climate all year round, this city is an ideal tourist destination in the state. See the website to know more about Port Colborne.
The Dunnville Airport constructed in the year 1940, is now a historical site spread over 344 acres of land. With its history, of being used as a training ground to fly the single engine planes during the World War 2, the airport attracts a lot of tourists as well as travelers who land on the still functional part of the airport. The Airport has one runway and five hangars. The Dunnville Airport runs services across Ontario and North Eastern US states with regular flights to and fro. The airport museum portrays the history of the life and equipments during the War days. The hangars and the spare grounds are rented out for various events and to park private planes.
Crystal Beach aptly known for the pristine waters of Lake Erie, offers tourists an excellent venue to soak in the sun and let down their hair. A tourist hub today, the beach is thronged by crowds of sunbathing travelers. A perfect summer getaway, it is also a good spot for some surfing. Numerous eateries dotting the waterfront offer some mouth watering food. There are lots resorts and rental sites for holidays too.
Built in 1936, this is one of the city's oldest post offices. The post office occupies a majestic Colonial Revival building in the heart of the city. Though a modest structure, the building features striking architectural detail as well as artwork inside.
Nestled in the heart of Welland which is also called the 'Rose City' at the renowned Welland Canal, Downtown Welland, is a historic part of the city. Located near Downtown is Merritt Park, a natural wonder and haven for hikers, walkers, skaters and cyclists besides being a popular picnic spot. The amphitheater in the park is a favored venue for annual and seasonal concerts. Don't miss out on the Murals, the biggest open air art gallery of its kind in the city, featuring 28 massive canvases created by local artists. A walking tour is advisable to see these beautiful art pieces. Visit the significant Welland Farmers’ Market in the core of downtown which was built in 1919. Downtown Welland is home of the annual Niagara Food Festival and many others, and is the one of the most vibrant locations in Ontario.
Welland Centennial Secondary School strives for an all-round development of its students. A well balanced curriculum is supplemented by sports facilities, a library and various activity clubs. These offer the students a chance to bring out the best qualities in them, be it in the field of academics, arts, literature, music or outdoor sports. For details about admissions and enrollment, please log on to their website.
There is a lot to do in Buffalo. This second largest city in New York has a diverse culture, beautiful scenery, extraordinary architecture, music concerts, and much more. The city has been home to many African-Americans including the Abolitionist leader such as William Wells Brown. Known for its snowy winters, it has one of the sunniest and the driest summers as well. Talk about diversity.
Located in the Statler Tower, the Golden Ballroom exudes grandeur and opulence from every corner. This vast meeting space is used for various events, be it corporate or private. The state-of-art amenities and extensive menu makes every occasion a special one. Give them an opportunity to plan your event and you won't regret any bit of it!