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Join us at The Manor for these upcoming events

Listed below are:

September Events
The TRUE Story of Appleton Hall
Find our Murder Mysteries
Find our Victorian Teas
Ghost Hunts
Haunt For a Good Time Paranormal Events
Creative Crafts
Taste & Paint with Terri Seddon
Coloring Pages
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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Is your birthday in September? Make certain you receive our Birthday Email. 15% off your wine purchase is our gift to you! Update your email preference yourself, or send us an email and we'll take care of the details!

Coming in a limo? Please make your reservations between 10 AM and 3:30 Daily, Noon and 3:30 on Sundays. Then you have a better chance of hearing the ghost story!

September 27: World Tourism Day. What better way to spend it than on the Wine Trail?

September 29: International Ghost Hunting Day. Our event is sold out, but you can join us on Facebook with Paranormal Crossroads.

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Historic Tour and Presentation

When you visit the winery, we routinely tell the Legend of Appleton Hall. Well, during the past few years, we've been doing research to learn what is legend and what is historic. We found newspaper articles, census forms, pictures, letters, and other authentic resources. Some of them are hanging in the winery. For example, an article written by Dr. Charles A. Ring for the Lockport Journal in which he describes his farm operation.

So, we are starting a separate presentation: The True Story of Appleton Hall. It will be given at 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM on Saturdays and other times by appointment. The cost is $5/person and will take 40 minutes. Reservations can be made online or by calling the winery.

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As the Spirit Moves You: Yoga at the Manor

Yoga is Back! Every Monday at 5 PM. Only $10/class. Please bring your own mat.

Reservations required. (Reserve 5 classes and your sixth is free!)

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Murder Aragain TrailAs 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 meat or vegetarian
  • Discounts available for groups
  • Choice of dry or sweet wine
  • Non Alcoholic drinks available
  • Keepsake wine glass
  • Door Prizes

Call the Manor at 778-7001 for reservations, or reserve your spot online.

Upcoming 2018 Murder Mysteries:

B’gosh and B’gorrah, It’s Murder! - SOLD OUT
November 3, 2018 at 7 PM
$65/person + tax
$60/person + tax group of 4 or more
Buffet Main Course

B'gosh and B'gorrah, It's Murder!
The annual Celtic Festival is underway. The music is playing, food is being served, the Dancers are performing, the kiosks are doing a brisk business. As an added bonus, the weather is perfect. This appears to be the best annual event ever. Until a scream is heard from the libations tent. Out back, under the pile of kegs, a pair of feet stick out. The unusual footwear belongs to the libations Chair, Jameson Smithwick. Jameson provided the Fest with the best beer ever! Beer keeps people happy! Why didn't he? Who did in the libations chair?

Festival Chair: Patrick FitzPatrick IV
Highland Games chair and Caber toss winner (5 years running): Liam Smythe
Ticket Sales Supervisor: Ray (Rae) Ceets
Celtic Band Director: Thomas Tilson Michaels
Children's Activities Chair: Pixie (don't ask her for her birth name)
Tartan Sales Kiosk: Mark Etter
Celtic Gift Shoppe Kiosk: Gail Aria McMoll
Food Concession Chair: Logan O'Barry
Security guard: Clancy O'Malley

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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.

Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.

Upcoming 2018 Teas:

History and Mystery: The True Story of Appleton Hall
Sunday, October 7 at 2 PM
$35 per guest + tax

Starting with the ghost story, we will unravel the mystery behind the history so you can learn the True History of Appleton Hall.

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Ghost Hunt with Paranormal Crossroads - SOLD OUT
Saturday, September 29 at 7 PM
$40 per guest + tax

Did you see the Facebook Live Ghost Hunt on March 17? Paranormal Crossroads had a number of close encounters. On September 29, you can join them for a ghost hunt here at the Manor. They will provide the equipment, however you are welcome to bring your own.

$40/person plus tax includes the guidance by Paranormal Crossroads and non alcoholic refreshments and snacks throughout the evening. Those present will be divided into three groups to experience each of the locations in the manor more intimately. The evening will end with a wine tasting or glass of wine for those over 21.


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Ivy RiveraJoin us for a variety of paranormal events
with Rev. Ivy Rivera, Psychic Medium:

  • Psychic Sundays
  • Ask a Medium Victorian Tea
  • Private Events also available

Ask The Medium Gallery Reading Victorian Tea

Upcoming Gallery Reading Teas:

Sunday October 28, 2017 at 1 PM, $45 + tax per guest

A three course tea with a paranormal theme. During the meal, guests have the opportunity to ask Ivy a question or relate a concern. Everyone who attends receives a public reading. Afterwards, there is the opportunity for private readings for an additional fee.

Presale reservations required. Please call the Winery for reservations.

Psychic Sundays

Next events TBD. Please check back.

First come, First serve. Join 5 Psychics trained at the Ivy League Psychic Academy at each of their stations. Sign up for readings that day. Prices vary.

Private Events available

Arrangements can be made with Rev. Ivy Rivera for a Psychic Reading afternoon or evening. Food and beverages available through the Winery. Contact to discuss options.

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

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. By request, we have some Sunday afternoon classes and some Tuesday evening sessions.

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.

Sign up for our e-newsletter to find out the latest. We'll have samples of the products available for viewing. There may be other special classes added.

Past Classes: During 2017 we painted wine glasses, did glass etching, made fabric wreaths and learned the art of book folding. Classes are designed to be Family Friendly events. Suggestions for projects are welcome!

Makes a great gift!
Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.
If you purchase four classes or more, we will deduct 10%

2018 Crafts

(Please note: These are our planned activities for 2018. Activity may change based on suggestions or availability of materials.)
Each class $25/person + tax  

Creative Crafts On Sundays at 2PM

  • January 21: Valentines Cloth Wreath
  • March 18: Painted Wine Glasses
  • May 20: Fairy Garden
  • July 22: Wine Bottle Wind Chimes
  • September 23: Grape and Cork Wreath
  • November 18: Pumpkin wine glass centerpiece
    December 16: Flower Pot Christmas Tree

Creative Crafts On Tuesdays at 6:30PM

  • April 10: Painted Wine Glasses
  • June 12: Painted Flower Pots
  • August 14: Glass Etching
  • October: Cat Book Sculpture

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By request, we have some Sunday afternoon classes at 2PM and some Tuesday evening sessions held from 7-9PM. (Please see dates below.) 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 deduct10%. You can pick the dates and we will send you tickets for the dates you selected.

All materials are provided: canvas, brushes, paint, smocks, and instruction. Refreshments, including a glass of wine for those over 21, are also included. Non-alcoholic drinks are always available.

Local artist Teri Seddon loves to share her joy of painting. She will provide a different picture each month. Check our website or Facebook page. Certain times of the year we may paint outside. Suggestions for subject matter are always appreciated.

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. Terri Seddon is a wonderful teacher and will guide you through the process!

Makes a great gift!
Call the Manor for reservations or reserve your spot online.
Purchase two or more classes and save $5 per class!

2018 Taste & Paint

Each class $45/person + tax

Taste and Paint on Sundays at 1PM

  • February 18: Birds
  • April 15: Hummingbirds
  • June 10: Peacock Feathers
  • August 19: The Pond
  • October 13: Apples

Taste and Paint on Tuesdays at 6:30PM

  • March 13: Birds
  • May 8: Hummingbirds
  • July 10: Peacock Feathers
  • September 11: The Pond
  • November 13: Apples

Taste and Paint

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Coloring pages

We have created coloring pages based on some of our labels! When you visit, you can pick up a coloring sheet. After you beautify it with your own special touches, post in on The Winery at Marjim Manor Facebook page. Once a month, we'll do a random drawing for a Marjim Manor Gift Certificate from those submitted.

You can also download pages here:

100 Windows
Cherry Rhapsody
Jewel of the Crown

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Our Featured Artist at the Manor


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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