Day groups are a great opportunity for a group of friends, families or co-workers to get together and ski, and according to Kristen Sciara, Assistant Director of Marketing at Holiday Valley, it’s also a great chance for beginners to try the sport in a comfortable group setting.
It’s no secret Ellicottville is an ever changing landscape. From the businesses in town, to the improvements at the local resorts, there is always SOMETHING changing. One of the constants however, is you will always find a charismatic, passionate cast of individuals holding down the fort at your favorite bars and restaurants in our little ski mecca. SNOWED-IN thought you should get to know some of these fine folks, so over the next few months, we’ll introduce you to some of our friends, in hopes that you’ll stop in and get to know them for yourself on your next visit to Ellicottville.
The holiday season can create an unsteadiness and inability to remain upright through multiple challenges to our balance. Busyness. Overspending. Grief. Loneliness. Illness ... It’s a time of year created to be “joyful” and “festive,” yet many of us look forward to the 1st of January as a restart button. For those of you who find yourself “out of balance” and constantly struggling to recover from the holidays, here are 7 areas of life to practice the art of maintaining balance in a simple fashion so that we can help each other experience truer joy.
Searching for the perfect gift can be stressful. The “Treasures of the Forest Shopping Trail” in McKean County, Pennsylvania is the perfect “mall alternative.” Leave the long lines, crowded stores, and cookie-cutter gifts behind and embark on a trip into the small town shops nestled at the edge of the forest, where you can put the joy back into holiday shopping.
Here in Western New York, we have what some people may call, harsh winters, but we sure know how to enjoy them! Feel the crisp excitement of winter while dashing through the snow on your snowmobile. Get the gang together and reserve your stay at the newly renovated Group Camp 5 on the Quaker side of Allegany State Park.
The title of 50’s and 60’s rockers Sha-Na-Na’s first album, released in 1969, was a premonition of sorts that “Rock and Roll Is Here To Stay.” Well into their fourth decade of recording and performing around the world, these “greasers” have built a bridge that connects three generations of families to good old rock and roll music. Starting Wednesday, Dec. 4, Sha Na Na will be bringing their Rockin’ Christmas Show to Seneca Allegany Casino’s Events Center in Salamanca, NY for five shows, including matinee and evening shows.
The Apex Ski Boot Company can be summed up in one word: INNOVATIVE. Founder Denny Hanson, a longtime ski industry veteran, designed a radical new boot that overcame the boundaries skiers had between finding comfort and performance. SNOWED-IN recently got on the horn with Apex'sMarketing Director Jennifer Hanson (Denny’s daughter) to learn more.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly restaurant with a touch of Cheers where “everybody knows your name,” look no further than John Harvard’s Brewery and Ale House, located inside the Tamarack Club at Holiday Valley Resort.