Tri-County Arts Council

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The Tri-County Arts Council is transforming the Southern Tier of New York State into a better place to live through education, service and community outreach. Every class they teach, every child who paints, every event they promote, every artist they support, every tourist they draw, every festival they support is for the purpose of making this beautiful place we live an even better place.  An interesting place. A stimulating place. A place where people want to live, and work, and raise families.

NEW NEWS!!! As of June 2019, the Arts Council has a new home!  Check out their brand new space at 110 W. State St. in Olean.  To keep up to date on all TCAC news, sign up for their email alerts--biweekly alerts full of events, opportunities, and the latest from TCAC! Sign up online or send an email to info [at] myartscouncil [dot] net.  Check out their website and their Facebook page as well!

Stop in and wander through the gallery and purchase a "work" by a local artist.  Join in a class.  Create your own work of art.  Enjoy a gallery opening. 

Tri-County Arts Council
Tri-County Arts Council
100 W. State Street
Olean, NY 14760
United States
Phone: 716-372-7455
42° 4' 35.6664" N, 78° 25' 38.784" W

General Information

  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Parking: Yes
  • RV Parking: No
  • Bus Parking: No
  • Pets Allowed: Unknown
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Unknown
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  • Equestrian Trail Access: Unknown
  • Bicycle Trail Access: Unknown
  • Hiking Trail Access: Unknown
  • Mountain Biking Trail Access: Unknown
  • Snowmobile Trail Access: Unknown

Please note

Please note that this information may change and may be incorrect

Only East West Route that connects Canada with Mexico

Rt. 62 is the only east-west route that connects Canada with Mexico.

With its origin at Niagara Falls and end at El Paso, Texas, parts of the road follow the Ozark Trail.

Rt. 62 begins in Cattaraugus County in the Village of Gowanda and travels south through Dayton, Leon and Conewango (through Amish country) before heading west into Chautauqua County.

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