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 Chautauqua Lake Real Estate Services Informed, professional real estate information for buyers and sellers in the greater Lake Chautauqua and Chautauqua County NY area. Please explore the information our website has to offer about Chautauqua Lake, Chautauqua Institution, Findley Lake, Lake Erie and Peek N Peak Real Estate. Click on FAQ's for information on Lake Chautauqua Real Estate and Living.

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Julia & Rick, We really appreciate the hard work you put into selling our lake house. It was above and beyond expectations. Come see us in Florida. Thanks Again! We love you guys. Ted & Susie
Julia, Thank you for your professionalism and counsel in helping us to get here. We love this house! Beth & Steve
Dear Rick, Thank you so much for helping us find our little slice of heaven. You are a delight to work with and we so much enjoyed meeting you and the guidance you gave us. Yoli & Earl
Julia & Rick, We cannot thank you enough for all you did for us on the sale of our house. You certainly went far beyond the call of duty. Should anyone ever need a reference, have them call me. Mike
Julia, We're back in Ohio for a few days and I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you for your help in finding our new home at Snug Harbor. You're a true professional and we appreciate all your efforts on our behalf. Even though we hit a couple of snags along the way, everyone we worked with was very professional. We enjoyed meeting Randy Rhinehart at the closing. I think he has sold Phil on the idea of snowmobiling. So, my husband who initially couldn't understand why I wanted a second home in a cold weather climate now wants to spend part of the winter up there. I especially enjoyed working with Jeff Hanson. He was very helpful and determined to get our problem with Experian straightened out. What would have taken us months of correspondence to correct, he was able to get resolved in a matter of days. Although I have never met him in person we developed a good working relationship and he was very responsive to all our calls. The people who bought the gray house behind our still haven't been able to close on their sale. They were initially scheduled to close on May 16th. Again, Julia, our thanks; and should we find ourselves in need of a realtor in the future, or should we have the opportunity to recommend a realtor to others we will certainly send the business your way. Barbara
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Embrace winter in Western New York! The slopes and trails are open for skiing, snowboarding, tubing, cross country, snow shoeing and snowmobiling! There are plenty of Reasons to Visit Chautauqua County this Winter. See below for upcoming events and news from Chautauqua County. For a complete list of events happening in winter and throughout the year, visit our online calendar.
 
See What's Happening in February!
Snowflake Festival, February 6th
Head to the Jamestown Audubon Center & Sanctuary for the annual Snowflake Festival, Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 10 am to 4 pm. Hike the grounds with a nature guide and see what is happening in the winter world. Take a horse drawn sleigh ride. Build a bird's nest box. This is a wonderful winter family tradition with indoor and outdoor activities for the entire family including arts and crafts, workshops, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on five miles of trails. Top off the day with feel good foods for winter including chili and hot chocolate, coffee and tea.

A Romantic Weekend, February 12-14
Treat your valentine to a full weekend of romance in Chautauqua County. Start with tickets to Lake Erie Wine Country's Wine and Chocolate Weekend and a visit to any of the 23 wineries offering special chocolate inspired treats paired with select wines. Tickets are good for tastings Friday through Sunday and include a special gift, recipe booklet and wineglass.

On Sunday, February 14th, take your valentine to an Evening of Comedy with Rocky LaPorte presented by the National Comedy Center. Rocky LaPorte has gained popularity from being a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2014, appearing in his own Comedy Central Presents special, and performing on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
LaPorte has opened for the likes of Garry Shandling, Drew Carey, Tim Allen, Louie Anderson, Hootie and the Blowfish and the Righteous Brothers. His clean, blue-collar style of comedy continues to increase in popularity as he travels the country. The comedy starts at 7 pm. Include a dinner option starting at 5:30 pm.

Anytime throughout the weekend, stop by the President's Day Weekend Winter Festival in Mayville for some cool outdoor activities and a good excuse to warm up together.

President's Day Weekend Winter Festival
Join the fun at annual President's Day Weekend Winter Festival, Friday through Sunday, February 12-14, at Lakeside Park in Mayville. Opening ceremonies begin Friday at 6 pm. The weekend includes a multitude of icy activities like the popular Polar Bear Swim as well as hot stuff including a Chili Cook-Off. The Snowball Distance Throwing and Lego Creation Building Contests will engage the kids and the whole family will enjoy fireworks on Saturday evening. Warm up inside at area businesses with food and drink specials. The weekend is packed with family oriented fun.

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The 96-page, four-color magazine features things to do, places to stay, shop and dine, and a county map! 
Sleigh Rides
Saturdays and Sundays
1-3 pm
Nostalgic horse-drawn rides through Chautauqua Institution.
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Snowmobile Trail Hotline
800-242-4569
Choose 2, then 5.
Check conditions before heading out.
 
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Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau, P. O. Box 1441, Chautauqua, NY 14722
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Chautauqua Institution OKs $41.5 million project to replace historic Amphitheater

 

By Mark Sommer | News Staff Reporter
on December 30, 2015 - 4:39 PM updated December 30, 2015 at 7:46 PM

The Chautauqua Institution’s board of trustees approved $41.5 million in contracts Wednesday to demolish its historic 1893 amphitheater and build a replica in its place.
The decision – which ratified a board vote in August that was dependent on affordable bids – will likely further inflame an already divided Chautauqua community.
“We are incredibly excited to be moving forward with a renewed Amphitheater,” President Tom Becker said in a statement. “This is one of the most significant projects in our 142-year history, and a commitment to the future of this institution.”
The planned demolition of the amphitheater has drawn criticism from scores of Chautauqua homeowners, preservation organizations, theater groups and architectural critics.
Earlier this year, the National Trust for Historic Places listed the amphitheater as one of the nation’s “11 Most Endangered Places.”
“We continue to be amazed by the institution’s determination to demolish Chautauqua’s sacred space and that President Tom Becker and the board of trustees can be so oblivious to the value of historic preservation – at Chautauqua of all places,” said Brian Berg, chairman of the Committee to Preserve the Historic Chautauqua Amphitheater.
Buffalo-based CJS Architects, on behalf of the committee, determined that most of the institution’s goals could be met by making improvements to the current amphitheater without tearing it down.
Luminaries from Booker T. Washington and Susan B. Anthony to Franklin D. Roosevelt and Robert Kennedy have spoken at the National Historic Landmark structure.
The institution has said the building no longer meets future programming and comfort needs.
The vote by the board authorizes a Buffalo company, LP Ciminelli, to be the project’s construction manager.
No public funds will be used on the project, so the institution doesn’t have to abide by Department of Interior guidelines covering a National Historic Landmark.
The board met in October to consider the bids, but found them too high and delayed the vote. Those concerns have now been satisfied.
“The board has reviewed the bid packages and the changes made to them in achieving our project cost target,” Board Chairman James A. Pardo Jr. said in a statement. “We will deliver an Amphitheater that meets all of the goals and objectives that were set for this facility.”
The board also approved a final design, which “honors the look and feel of the original structure.”
The project includes an expanded bowl, new roof, enlarged stage area, an orchestra pit for 100 musicians, and a new back-of-house facility for artists, guests and production crews. The new structure will also meet federal accessibility standards.
Some preliminary work will begin in early February, but most of the construction will occur between September 2016 and June 2017, the deadline for completing the new facility in time for the 2017 Chautauqua season.
email: msommer@buffnews.com




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