Gowanda's Zoar Valley Fest 2012

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Event Date(s): Fri, 05/11/2012 (All day) - Sat, 05/12/2012 (All day)
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rafting in Zoar Valley on the Cattaraugus Creek

Gowanda Chamber of Commerce presents Zoar Valley Fest and Jamboree featuring Sean Patrick McGraw:

The event will consist of a 5k run, organized kayaking and rafting events on the Cattaraugus Creek. Music. Promotions by World Kayak Throwdown. Overnight camping for the weekend is available at the firemen's park.( Fri-Sun) Fee: $20 per person or $15 per person  for groups 10 or more. One night only is $10per person. The Gowanda cub scout pack  #276 will be providing breakfast for a small price.

Event schedule:

Friday, May 11,  2012

6:30pm- 13th Annual Crouse 5k Run- American Legion, Legion Drive

Saturday, May 12, 2012

  • All Day- Exhibitors and Vendors at Creekside Park
  • Fly Fishing Demo's & outfitters
  • Rafting and Kayaking Excursions and Guided hikes into Zoar Valley Multi-use area.
  • 11am-3pm - Paul Zittle & Pure Country-courtersy of Gowanda Harley-Davidson at Creekside park.
  • noon-3pm - Competitive kayak events on Cattaraugus Creek produced by World Kayak Throwdown.
  • 6:30pm-8:00pm - World Premiere of film featuring adventure sports on NYS Whitewaters at the Hollywood theatre Jamboree: At the Gowanda Fire Hall-230 Aldrich St. Free entertainment.
  • Food and beverages available.
  • 4pm-8pm - Blood Money Band
    Blood Money Band with white car 
  • 8pm-12mid - Sean Patrick Mcgraw
    Sean Patrick McGraw smiling on black background 

The music lineup is available at http://www.reverbnation.com/show/6725020

For more info and to book overnight camping for the event weekend call the chamber at 716-532-2834

This event will be held at:

Cattaraugus Creek Gowanda, NY 14070
United States
Phone: 716-532-2834
42° 27' 47.2212" N, 78° 56' 9.1248" W
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