Historic Museums in the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County
The Summer at the Stone House event series starts out the year 2021 with Vince Martonis and Identifying Glass Bottles! He will be discussing how to identify old glass bottles. We have all seen them, but now you can get some tips on how to identify where and what they once were!
The Summer at the Stone House event series continues on June 24th! David Ruch, musician and performer, will be presenting on the Music of Buffalo's Waterfront.
The Summer at the Stone House event series continues on July 8th with "A Cattaraugus County Bed Turning!" Linda Hunter, quilting instructor, lecturer, consultant, and appraiser will be giving the presentation. A bed turning is where quilters typically gather in a bedroom to watch other quilt makers peel back layers of their exquisite fabrics while telling of t
The SINM is happy to announce the return of their annual Heritage Day festival. The event is free and open to the public. This year’s theme will be Native boarding school awareness. There will be an in-person auction on the day of the festival, with proceeds benefitting the Thomas Indian School Alumni.
The Summer at the Stone House event series continues on July 22nd with Amanda R. Woomer! She will be doing a presentation on the "Haunted WNY- Folklore and Ghost Stories of the Cattaraugus Region."
The Summer at the Stone House event series continues on August 12th! Allen Hopkins, musician, will be presenting "Patriotic Songs." He plays American traditional, Celtic instrumental, a bit of Yiddish, blues, bluegrass, old timey, and contemporary.
The Summer at the Stone House event series continues on August 26th with Kelly Lounsberry! He will be doing a presentation on "The Oil and Gas Industry in WNY." Kelly is the chairman of the Bolivar Pioneer Oil Museum Committee.
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
request that the Enchanted Mountains guide
be snail mailed to you for FREE!
There were over 170 old schoolhouses with many still in existence in Cattaraugus County