The 2014 Fall Foliage Season in New York State is Under Way! The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce is one of the selected tourism offices that will contribute to seasonal observations and scouting efforts on behalf of the I Love New York’s 2014 Fall Foliage Report program. The office is one of a few official leaf peeping reporting stations located across New York State that will More »
From Beyond:Washington Street Cemetery Stories Performers Will Tell Stories of Washington Street Cemetery “Residents” When: Friday, October 3, 6-8pm Saturday, October 4, 2-4pm Where: The Presbyterian Church 24 Park Place Geneva, NY Admission: $10 for adults $5 for students Encounter the spirits of Geneva’s past in a theatrical program to be held this fall at historic Washington Street Cemetery. From More »
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE WEEK CELEBRATION AT MONTEZUMA! SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19 Clean water. Clean air. Unusual and abundant wildlife. World-class recreation. The National Wildlife Refuge System provides and protects it all on 150 million acres of land and water from the Caribbean to the Pacific, Maine to Alaska. There is at least one national wildlife refuge in every state (http://www.fws.gov/refuges/ ). More »
Fuzzy Guppies Hosts the Seneca Monster Kayak + Canoe Race and Adventure Join Fuzzy Guppies for the Seneca Monster Kayak and Canoe Race and Adventure down the Cayuga-Seneca Canal! Race Details: Classes: Most standard NYMCRA classes Distance: 13 miles (0.5 mile carry x2) Course: (map) Waterloo, NY (Fuzzy Guppies) west to near Seneca Lake (circle Adventure Island), More »
Welcome to Finger Lakes Central. Seneca County is located in the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes Region. It is home to the region’s two largest lakes, Seneca and Cayuga as well as the region’s largest concentration of wineries. In fact, the “Sonoma of the East” contains the most wineries in all of New York State. See for yourself everything that is offered in the center of the Finger Lakes.