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Welcome To Rodeo City

July 31, 2012 GERRY — For nearly seven decades, cowboys from around the country have been thrilling audiences at Rodeo City. The 68th annual PRCA Rodeo in Gerry will kick off Wednesday and run through Saturday. more »»

Bring On The Tunes

July 24, 2012 In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Westfield Arts and Crafts Festival will feature live music for the first time ever. more »»

Wine Walking

July 10, 2012 New York’s oldest estate winery invites the public to enjoy a Sunday morning walk among the grapes. Frederick Johnson Jr. more »»

Welcome To Lily Dale

July 4, 2012 LILY DALE — Mediums, spiritualists, healers and many others are making the pilgrimage to Chautauqua County this summer as the Lily Dale Assembly celebrates its 133rd yea. more »»

‘Finding Jamestown’

June 26, 2012 Discover facts about Jamestown’s history during the “Finding Jamestown” scavenger hunt Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Fenton Park. more »»

Musical Meltdown

June 19, 2012 The hills will be alive with the sound of music when the second annual Meltdown Music Festival kicks off on Friday, June 29, in Olea. more »»

Great Gardens

June 12, 2012 A well-maintained garden can be a wonderful place to visit and take in all of the beauty that nature has to offer. more »»

Artists At Work

May 22, 2012 The Chautauqua-Lake Erie Art Trail will be having its annual Open Studio Tour this weekend and again from June 2-3. more »»

Variety Of Attractions

May 15, 2012 People from all over are dusting off their wooden shoes and getting ready for the biennial Tulip Festival held in Clymer. more »»

A Different Way Of Life

May 8, 2012 One of the many great treasures that Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties hold are the Old Order Amish communities that dot the landscape. more »»

Wet And Wonderful

May 1, 2012 GOWANDA — Another wet and wild season for whitewater rafters has kicked off in Zoar Valley. The 2012 season started in mid-March and will tentatively continue through the middle of May. more »»

Kicking Up Dust

April 24, 2012 BUSTI — Any racing fans with a need for speed and a love for dirt tracks should mark down May 5 on their calendars. more »»

Millions Of Years In The Making

April 17, 2012 PANAMA — Standing tall in the 12-acre park known as Panama Rocks are 300-million-year-old monoliths. more »»

Flying High

April 10, 2012 RIPLEY — Every spring, thousands of different birds including hawks, eagles and vultures migrate over Western New York near the area of the Ripley Hawk Watc. more »»

Fall Fun For All

September 27, 2011 GREAT VALLEY — Officials at Cattaraugus County’s Pumpkinville want others to know “your family’s fun is our busines. more »»

Chance To Get Away

September 20, 2011 Hikers can find miles of trails on either side of Chautauqua Lake. From Mayville to Panama is the Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Hiking Trail, which goes through a series of state forests. more »»

A Simpler Life

September 13, 2011 Those visiting New York’s Amish trail may think they are traveling to a different time and place. They are visiting the Old Order Amish, however — an order that is firm in their practices . more »»

Experience Nature

September 6, 2011 FINDLEY LAKE — Whether one enjoys trails outside or viewing exhibits inside, the Findley Lake Nature and Wildlife Education Center may fit the bill. Open for tours from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

A Historic Place

August 30, 2011 WESTFIELD — Home to Chautauqua County’s Historical Society, the McClurg Museum is a restored 1820s mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places. more »»

Go Take A Hike

August 23, 2011 LITTLE VALLEY — The Pat McGee Trail may have drawn walkers, bicyclists and others to trek its more than 12 miles, but it is also a path its founders hope will draw the community together. more »»

 
 

 

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