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Winter Arts Festival: Artists Get Your Booth, Shoppers Save the Date!

The 3rd Annual CCAC Winter Arts Festival at the Lodge at Holiday Valley is one day only – Saturday, November 18 from 10am to 6pm. It is the ideal setting for visitors to begin their holiday shopping and the perfect opportunity for artists to sell their one-of-a-kind works. Artists interested in being part of this juried fine art sale can ... Read More »

Boats, Beaches and Bikes

By Alicia Dziak In the heat of the summer, why not take some time out for a summer bike ride, a cruise in a watercraft or a day on the shore? With so many area waterways and trails, you have your pick! Boating There aren’t many activities as synonymous with warm weather as getting out on the water. While swimming ... Read More »

Spruce Lake Operations

Located at the top of the mountain and western-most end of Holiday Valley’s property is Spruce Lake, a 64 million-gallon body of water constructed in the summer of 2006. Not only did its construction double the amount of water available for snowmaking each winter, but it also created a beautiful area for lakeside recreation. Spruce Lake is open daily and ... Read More »

Fun in the Sun this July

By Alicia Dziak It’s July in Ellicottville and the Enchanted Mountains, which means time for summertime fun! Enjoy a summer weekend on the lake. Hike up to Holiday Valley’s Spruce Lake on summer weekends (weather permitting, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and enjoy standup paddleboarding, kayaking, SUP Yoga/Fitness or fly fishing with Adventure Bound on the Fly. Rent the equipment ... Read More »

Tee Off at an Upcoming Golf Tournament

By Mary Heyl Embrace your competitive side this summer by participating in an upcoming golf tournament in Cattaraugus County! In addition to a fun afternoon on the course, participation in some of these tournaments also benefits a great cause, including scholarships for local graduates, the Ellicottville Memorial Library, and a local child’s dream of riding a bike. On Wednesday, July ... Read More »

Race to the Finish This July

By Alicia Dziak Race Season is in full swing, which means plenty of options for serious and fun-loving competitors out there! On Saturday, July 8, take part in the BonaFest 5K Run/Walk. Now in its 8th year, this race supports the important activities of St. Bonaventure Parish. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 9 a.m. Sign ... Read More »

Summer Music Festival Weekend!

It’s here! The long-awaited Summer Music Festival returns to Ellicottville June 30-July 2 and it promises to be full of food, fun, fireworks and of course, lots of music! On Friday, June 30, kick off the holiday weekend with the first Stroll the Streets of the summer. From 5 to 8 p.m., enjoy live music by Steve Balestri, a stilt ... Read More »

Under A Tuscan Moon Saturday, Aug. 26

Under A Tuscan Moon Saturday, Aug. 26 Tuscan Moon  – Gourmet Cocktail Party is coming Saturday, Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. at John Harvard’s Cabana Bar & Pool Complex at Holiday Valley.  (Great weather is guaranteed but we will move inside if weather is unsuitable) Every year this is by far the favorite Ellicottville party, with over 200 people attending this ... Read More »

Summer Break Is Here!

By Alicia Dziak Woo hoo! School is out for summer! If you live in Ellicottville, you know there’s plenty of awesome activities to keep kids (and parents!) busy for the next couple months. Now open daily throughout the summer, head to Holiday Valley’s Sky High Adventure Park. Sky High is made up of three components: the Aerial Park, the Climbing ... Read More »

Locals Day at Sky High Holiday Valley

Holiday Valley invites all Cattaraugus County residents to the annual Locals’ Day on June 28, 2017. “We would love to have everyone who lives nearby come experience the excitement of Sky High Adventure Park and the Sky Flyer Mountain Coaster, so that you can tell visitors about how much fun they are!”, says Dennis Eshbaugh, President of Holiday Valley. During ... Read More »

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