Home Blog Fall Foliage Report, Week of 9/18/18 by Jacquie on Sep242018 Cattaraugus county report:5-10% change noticed. Birch trees showing some color now also. Maple trees showing a yellow tinge to their green leaves. Willow leaves falling. Goldenrod is in full bloom. Crabapple trees are in full fruit. Photo shown is from the overlook at the north entrance to Allegany State Park. Read more Cattaraugus County Fall Foliage Report September 12th, 2018 by Jacquie on Sep122018 Fall Colors are seen at about 5% at this point. Most change is noticed in Sumac, Beech & Locust Trees. Our apple trees have ample amounts! Need a place to go pick apples? Cottage Orchard in South Dayton has u-pick apples! Call 716-532-2960. They are located at 9960 Nashville Rd. Read more Read more Route 16 Road Trip by Sam Hayes on Sep072018 Summer has come and gone but with the hustle and bustle of summer schedules maybe you haven’t had the chance to fit everything in you wanted. Seriously, where did our summer go? Luckily, Route 16, through the entire span of the Enchanted Mountains, will be extra-energized the weekend of Sept 15th and 16th. Read more Read more New Seneca-Iroquois National Museum Opens by Jacquie on Jul262018 Cultural Center on the Allegany Reservation preserves sacred artifacts, expands Native educational programs, features a 3-D printing lab and the first Longhouse built in two centuries. Read more Read more Quick Center’s ArtMobile celebrates 10 years of visiting local libraries by Jacquie on Jul102018 The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University kicks off its 10-year anniversary this month participating in the National Summer Reading Program, making stops at public libraries across New York and Pennsylvania. Read more Read more Cattaraugus County Art Council Announces New Name! by Jacquie on Jun062018 The Cattaraugus County Arts Council is now officially the Tri-County Arts Council! Currently celebrating 20 years of supporting the arts in Cattaraugus County, it is time for this important step in serving individual artists, arts organizations, and communities in Allegany and Chautauqua counties. Read more Read more Why Join a CSA? Wait...What is a CSA? by Jacquie on Apr202018 Do you want your family to eat local, healthy foods but do not have the time to plant a garden? Consider joining a CSA. But wait.... Read more Read more Valentine's Day Dining in Cattaraugus County by Jacquie on Jan312018 Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days of the year to eat out, second only to Mother’s Day according to some sources. Whether you’re one half of a couple or spending it single with friends, Cattaraugus County has great dining options from intimate and romantic to fun and flirty. Most prepare a special menu and décor for this special occasion to welcome customers in for cele Read more Read more So Where Can You Buy a Real Christmas Tree Christmas 2017? by Jacquie on Nov272017 Now that Thanksgiving is over, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! So where can you buy a real Christmas Tree in Cattaraugus County? Read more Read more Holiday Shopping in Cattaraugus County by Kate on Nov172017 It’s about to get crazy. Thanksgiving is Thursday, and Thanksgiving can get crazy (especially if you’re hosting). Then, before the dishes even rinsed are rinsed, craziness continues by most major retailers opening their doors Thanksgiving afternoon. This premature holiday shopping rush is crazy, right? So is the next day: Black Friday. Read more Read more « first ‹ previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 … next › last » Travel Guide It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!! View the visitor's guide online or request that the Enchanted Mountains guide be snail mailed to you for FREE!