During this lovely meal, the Aurora Inn Dining Room culinary team will shed light on the mysteries of pairing beer and food, over several courses paired with local craft brews.
Saturday, April 12, 2014, 6:30 p.m. reception, 7:00 p.m. dinner • $75/person, 80 person maximum
March 22, 2014 7-9pm
FEATURING ART & TASTINGS
April 6, 2014
A Journey to the Heart of America’s Greatest Food
Winner ~ Indie Spirit Film Festival
Official Selection ~ Starz Denver Film Festival
Winner Best Doc ~ Big Apple Film Festival
Join us for a special screening of THE GREAT CHICKEN WING HUNT, the documentary comedy about Buffalo wings and the band of misfits who set out to find the world’s best one. $10 admission makes you an official judge in the day’s first event: a local wing-off with six leading area bars and restaurants. The contest will be followed by music from Al Caster, a local folk musician and character in the film, and then the screening, with Q&A after with Director Matt Reynolds and other cast members. Bottles of the ‘World’s Best Hot Sauce’, as chosen in the film, will be on sale.
**2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the birth of America’s greatest food (March 4 is the exact date). Celebrate now by watching WING HUNT!**
2:30 Doors open
3:00 Stage Right – Best Buffalo Wing in Auburn Wing-Off. The audience judges who, between Angelo’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, BB’s, Mark’s, Bambino’s and GJP Italian Eatery, has the Best Buffalo Wing in Auburn
4:00 Stage Right – Performance by Al Caster, area folk musician and character in the The Great Chicken Wing Hunt”
4:30 Main Stage – Screening of THE GREAT CHICKEN WING HUNT
6:00 Main Stage – Q&A with the director, Matt Reynolds, who will also announce the winner of the competition
Quality Apples for Over 100 Years
For over 100 years one thing has remained constant, our commitment to growing the best apples. Throughout the year we keep careful watch on our trees and maintain them with the latest growing techniques. Every winter each one of our 250,000 trees is trimmed by hand. In the spring we bring in over 400 hives of bees to help pollinate our crop and we also carefully watch the weather so we can fend off any potential threats of frost. As the first orchard to utilize wind machines as an affective deterent back in 1956 we understand the importance of keeping our trees happy!
The cold winters and precipitation in Upstate New York let our trees grow extra strong, making us one of the best regions in the world for growing apples. We grow over 15 varieties of apples on our land in the hills and valleys of LaFayette, NY. Through our partnership with the Cornell extension we are able to stay up to date on new additions to the market and bring you the latest varieties.
It’s our commitment to making sure every tree grows as strong as possible that produces the consistent quality of apples we are known for. Our apples are available to Pick Your Own at Apple Hill and at your local grocer.