Saturday, November 28, 2015


Mary Ann and I met up in order to go to LIGHT UP LOCKPORT....a day filled with open house and activities. Our first stop was WINDSOR VILLAGE
which is in what used to be a flower shop. They have a nice gift shop and a walk through attraction called SPROUT 1825. It tells some of the history of Lockport, and was decorated for Christmas.
Today they offered visitors free coffee or hot chocolate and cookies. Our second stop was PAPA LEO'S where they were offering free slices of pizza between noon and one p.m. At first it looked like it was too crowded and that it would take a long time to get the free pizza, but the line moved quickly and they were well organized. From there we went to the Methodist Church for their NATIVITY DISPLAY.
Many nativities in various styles were set up to be viewed. Refreshments were offered and there was carol singing. It was very nice. Then we went to THE WAREHOUSE for some serious shopping. I found a few small items for my granddaughter and a great Christmas present for my sister, Peggy. Here are some pictures taken in THE WAREHOUSE.
Our last stop was at the FLIGHT OF FIVE WINERY in Old City Hall
I neglected to take a picture of this great old building soThis photo of Lockport Cave and Underground Boat Ride is courtesy of TripAdvisor We sampled some mulled cider and relaxed a bit in the winery We never saw the horse and carriage ride which was mentioned in the newspaper. It was a nice afternoon.

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