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Join us at The Manor for these upcoming events

Listed below are:

December Events
Ugly Sweater Contest
Find our Murder Mysteries
Find our Victorian Teas
Krafts with Kelly
Taste & Paint with Terri Seddon
and Our Featured Artist at the Manor.

Private dates are available for Weddings, Parties, Reunions, Meetings, and more. For Private Events at the Manor, please see our Private Events pages.

For more information, please call the winery at 716-778-7001
or email

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December 21: Krafts with Kelly: Make a Snowman Wine Bottle Decoration!
$20/person includes everything, including glass of wine for those over 21. Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.

December 25: Christmas: Closed

December 27: Make a Cut Out Snowflake Day
Bring one in for a free tasting or make one here.

December 28: National Fruitcake Day

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And the winners are:
Most Like a Sweater: Linda Lasky
Most Festive: Myrna Miller
Most Holiday Spirit: Suzanne Burcyk
Most Humorous: Mary Ellen Royce
People's Choice: Linda Wrazen

And the Ugliest Sweater of all: Flavia Skilbred!

Each of them receives a $25 gift certificate! Thanks to all who entered.

To see all the winners, visit our Facebook page.

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As you enjoy the four course wine and food pairing dinner, you interview the characters, gather the clues and help solve the murder. Join us for the fun and laughter!

Dinners begin at 7 PM, Reservations are required.
Choice of dry or sweet wine. Non Alcoholic drinks available.
Keepsake wine glass. Door Prizes. Discounts available for groups.

Purchase all 3 dinners for $200/person
Prices include tax and tip.

Call the Winery for reservations or reserve your spot online.


March 14, 2015, 7PM: Anchors Away
It is the night of art exhibit opening at the museum. Local news anchor W. Einstein Irving is scheduled to be the Emcee. However, he doesn't make it the podium even once! Who sent the Anchor Away?
$65/person group of 4 or more
Choice of Chicken or Vegetarian

August 1, 2015, 7PM: The Principal is Not MY Pal
As the Class Reunion for Aragain High opens, Principal Erastus Dean (or Dean Dean as he prefers to be called) is found murdered. Which high school superstar did the dastardly deed?
$65/person group of 4 or more
Buffet Main Course

October 31, 2015, 7PM: Fall From Grace
It is the night of the annual Halloween Party. Local girl turned Hollywood star returns home for the
fun-and her sister's secret wedding. Who murdered Kelly Grace?
$70/person group of 4 or more.
Chicken or Vegetarian

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Victorian TeaVictorian Teas were one opportunity for friends to gather. Bring a group, or meet new friends. Either way, you enjoy the warmth of this rich tradition.

  • Each tea includes four courses.
  • After each course is served, the theme is presented.
  • Unique menus match the theme.
  • Hats are always welcome.
  • Family friendly.
  • Couple friendly.
  • Tables are set for six or eight.
  • Most teas run about 2 hours.

Teas are $30 per guest.
Purchase all 3 Teas for $ 75/person.

Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.

Our Themes:

Mothers and Daughters
Sunday, May 3 at 2PM
Who were the women who lived in the Manor? Are there other local women known to haunt the area? A bit of history, a bit of storytelling.$30/person

Victorian Tea Traditions Sunday, August 30 at 2PM
An eclectic mix of Victorian Tea information: history, fans, decorating with flowers. Victorian hats welcome! $30/person

Haunted Victorian Tea Sunday, October 4 at 2PM
Our annual October tradition. Ghost stories, ghostly sightings and more history about the Manor. Come with your questions! $30/person

Special Package: Purchase all 3 Teas for $ 75/person!

Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.

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Join us at the Manor for various easy and fun crafts. Materials included.
Please call the Winery for reservations or you can reserve your spot online.

One Sunday afternoon a month, we invite you to join the creative clan! For one fee, you receive all your materials, instruction, refreshments and a glass of wine for those over 21. If there is a craft you'd like to learn, please let us know. We have a list of the dates of the classes and many of the projects. We can also have private classes at a time you choose. We would need a minimum of 10 people for that.

snowman bottles and vasesSunday, December 21 at Noon or 3PM
You'll be making a Snowman!

This month we'll be recycling wine bottles and vases into snowmen, Santas or elves. Guests can choose the project and style they prefer. The $20 cost includes all supplies and refreshments. Those over 21 years of age will receive a free glass of wine. It is a great project for an adult to share with a special child. Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.

In 2015, Krafts with Kelly will be held the Third Sunday of the month. (dates subject to change)

Makes a great gift!
Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.
If you purchase four classes or more, we will deduct $5 per class.

  • January 18: Painting Bottles and filling with oils. $20/ Person
  • February 15: Glass Etching $20/person
  • March 15: Fondant - Make a St. Patrick's Day cake. $40/person, deadline March 5.
  • April 19: Flower pots with plant $20/ Person
  • May 17: Cork Wreath $20/ Person
  • June 14: Patriotic Craft $20/ Person
  • July 19: TBA
  • August 16: TBA
  • September 13: TBA
  • October 18: Wine Bottle Witch/Pumpkin/ ghost/Frankenstein $20/person
  • November 22: TBA
  • December 20: Bottle Elves $20/person

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2015 Taste and Paint will be held on the Second Tuesday of the month.
(dates are subject to change)

Want to learn the art of painting? Come and do a complete work in about 2 hours! All skill levels welcome. No experience necessary although seasoned artists might enjoy putting their own style and experience to use. Local artist Terri Seddon is a wonderful teacher and will guide you through the process!

Taste and Paint

$40/person includes all your supplies, refreshments and a glass of wine for those over 21! Please call the Winery for reservations or you can reserve your spot online.
If you purchase four classes or more, we will deduct $5 per class.

  • January 13
  • February 10
  • March 10
  • April 14
  • May 12
  • June 9
  • July 14
  • August 11
  • September 8
  • October 13
  • November 10
  • December

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Our Featured Artist at the Manor:

Melanie Chimento
Buffalo Underground:  Hidden Gems of the Queen City and Beyond
November and December 2014

Melanie ChimentoDid you know that Buffalo was once one of the richest cities in America with the most millionaires per capita? Explore the beauty and remnants of a glorious past (and present) in "Buffalo Underground: Hidden Gems of the Queen City and Beyond."

I have always been inspired and awed by the splendor, history and natural assets of Buffalo and the WNY area. I am proud of my city's past and passionate about the potential for the future. Through my photography, I capture the beauty and uniqueness of a great city.

In March of 2014, I created a Meet-Up Group called Buffalo Underground. The purpose of the group is to share my appreciation and create awareness of the arts, culture, history, music, architecture, and unique places in WNY and to support local businesses. I organize and run different events that explore the area in a fun and friendly group setting. In only a short time, Buffalo Underground has grown to over 550 members.

Melanie Chimento is a local resident, who was born and raised in Buffalo, NY. She has a Master's Degree from the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State College. Her photography of the WNY area has been recognized in area competitions. In addition to her Buffalo Underground Meet-Up Group, she has also started her own tour and event planning company, Buffalo Underground Tours & Events. This is her first solo photography exhibit.


pointing handAre you interested in displaying your artwork at Marjim Manor?

Margin Manor would be interested to hear from artists who have hanging artwork to feature them during the year.


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