Watkins Glen Grand Prix
Friday – Sunday, July 6-8, 2007
Don’t miss this celebration and race weekend as the historic track welcomes open-wheel racing back for the third year in a row during the highly anticipated Watkins Glen Grand Prix. The weekend promises to be full of racing excitement:
• Corning Twin 100’s, Indy Pro Series (Sat and Sun)
• Historic Grand Prix (Sat)
• Grand-Am KONI Challenge Series (Sat)
• Watkins Glen Grand Prix, IndyCar Series (Sun)
The Watkins Glen Grand Prix IndyCar Series weekend returns to the legendary 3.4-mile road course on its new date, July 6-8. The Indy Pro Series, Historic Grand Prix and Grand-Am KONI Challenge Series will also take on the historic 3.4-mile long course during the weekend.
There will also be exciting off-track activities on Saturday including a free concert, a free wine and cheese party to experience the Finger Lakes Wine Country and a free Pepsi 400 Party in the FrontStretch Grandstand.
The Soul of American Road Racing will offer a variety of 4th of July themed fan activities at the track including two firework displays on Friday and Saturday to celebrate Independence Day.
The Cayuga Wine Trail is nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes. A 16 winery member organization surrounding Cayuga Lake and offering a unique blend of fine wines, tours and tastings.
See It, Taste It, Live It, Love It!
Carnival Cook-Off June 23 & 24
93Q Coors Light Balloon Fest
Jamesville Beach Park Syracuse/Jamesville, New York
Balloon Flight Times: 6 – 7:30pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday; 6am Saturday & Sunday
Balloon Glow – Saturday at 9pm
Entertainment Hours: 6:30 – 9:30pm Friday; 1 – 8:30pm Saturday; 1 – 6:30pm Sunday
Admission: $5.00; Children 6-12 years old- $1.00; Children 5 & Under Free
(includes admission to all concerts)
“I Love Chocolate”
King Ferry Winery, 658 Lake Rd.
King Ferry, NY 13081
10AM – 5PM, sinful chocolate desserts paired with luscious wines, $7
“Guided Walking Tours of Historic South Street and Lecture on Etiquette for Formal Teas”
Peter Wisbey of the Seward House will give a lecture on etiquette for formal teas. Numerous guides will tell the story of the South Street homes and point architecturally significant details. Lecture will be given at 1:30pm and again at 3:30pm. Self-paced tours begin at 2pm through 3:30pm leaving form the gazebo across from Auburn City Hall.
See Willard Chapel for more