The 1st ever "Fall for Franklinville Festival" will be held Saturday September 15th. This is in conjunction with the Rt. 16 yard sales. Explore 40 miles of garage sales then end up in Franklinville for Fall Fun!
Family Weekend is an annual event sponsored by the Campus Activities Board and the Center for Activities, Recreation and Leadership. Held early in the fall semester, the weekend reunites students and their families so that all may share the rich and varied experiences that make up college life at SBU. Previously, this was a part of "Bonagany".
Bonagany, much to everyone's dismay, is cancelled this year. So to fill the huge void, concerned Main Streeters have organized the first Block Party/Street Dance. Main St. will be closed to traffic from 2nd to 3rd St. starting at 3PM. Open container law to be modified for the evening so you can purchase beer or wine.
With 52 top ten hits and tens of millions of albums sold worldwide, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Charley Pride continues to be one of country music’s greatest stars. This September, he’s coming to the Seneca Allegany Events Center for an unforgettable evening of music.
Join us at the Nannen Arboretum on Sunday afternoon, September 23, 2018, 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm, and enjoy local artists sharing their creative talents with you as you walk through the beautiful arboretum grounds. Many of the artists will also have pieces of their art for sale.
Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino is inviting everyone to “Come on down!” for two days of unforgettable fun when The Price is Right Live comes to the Seneca Allegany Events Center on Saturday, September 29th at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday, September 30th at 2pm.
On October 6th and 7th, 2018, come to Ellicottville’s Fall Festival; the oldest and largest, takes place when the foliage of the surrounding hills are ablaze with color! Tens of thousands of festival goers make for a lively weekend of unique foods, fine art, and an arts and craft show, carnival rides, live entertainment and much more.
“Walking in a Winter Wonderland” Christmas in Ellicottville begins on Friday, November 23 and goes until Sunday, November 25th, 2018. One of the best ways to describe the downtown of Ellicottville has been as something Norman Rockwell would have conjured up.
The family-centric fete in the village takes people back to the traditional Hallmark-like Christmas. Take photos with Rudolph and Frosty, sit down at the Hollywood Theater and watch classic Christmas movies or take a Santa Express train ride.
As the fall winds sweep away the falling leaves and before you sleep off your turkey dinner, if you listen closely, you can almost hear the ringing of bells. Bells? Yes, that's right we all love that it's almost Silver Bells in the City time. Soon in the air there will be a feeling of Christmas as the strings of street lights, even stoplights will blink red and green.
Celebrate Christmas in Allegany State Park! The holidays are fast approaching and there's no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by spending some time in Allegany State Park!
Celebrate the Holiday Season with a Living Nativity, complete with a camel, all in the Village. The Ellicottville A Christmas Stroll was created in 1987 by a group of citizens who wanted to organize such an event in the village.
Randolph begins their Country Christmas Weekend with a Living Nativity then continues throughout the weekend with an Arts and Crafts Show, a Parade and a Memory Tree Ceremony!
The Leon Historical Society presents the 22nd annual Christmas Program at the Historical Church at the four corners in Leon. See the members of the Historical Society dressed in Victorian attire and you are encouraged to wear your Victorian dress as well!
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Miles of equestrian trails meander throughout our county.