Media and Press

2007 Livingston County Visitors Guide Cover Unveiled

2007 Livingston County Visitors Guide Cover Unveiled

The Livingston County Chamber of Commerce Tourism Office unveiled the cover for the 2007 Visitors Guide for the third consecutive year at the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce annual "Community Update Luncheon" held at The Yard of Ale in Piffard on Friday, December 8, 2006.

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New Historic Bed & Breakfast (Temple Hill) Opens in Geneseo

New Historic Bed & Breakfast (Temple Hill) Opens in Geneseo

(GENESEO, NY - November 29, 2006) Temple Hill Bed & Breakfast is pleased to announce their Grand Opening Celebration on Sunday, December 10, 2007. The public is invited to the event from 12:00 until 4:00 pm. Temple Hill B & B is located at 114 Temple Hill Street (directly off Rt. 20A) in Geneseo.

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County Tourism Director Elected to Regional Tourism Board of Directors

County Tourism Director elected to Regional Tourism Board of Directors

(GENESEO, NY - November 16, 2006) Cynthia Oswald, president of the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Lisa Burns, Livingston County Tourism Director has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, the 14 county tourism marketing collaborative for the Finger Lakes Vacation Region of New York State.

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Local Winery Unveils New Finger Lakes Wine

Local Winery Unveils New Finger Lakes Wine

(GENESEO, NY - November 9, 2006) Deer Run Winery on Conesus Lake has recently unveiled its newest wine. Named "Max Black" in honor of the winemakers Scottish Terrier Max, the new wine will assuredly appeal to those with a sweet tooth. According to George Kuyon, owner and winemaker his newest vintage is "a sweet, fruity and fun red wine."

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State Award Honors Livingston County Visitors Guide

State Award Honors Livingston County Visitors Guide

(GENESEO, NY - October 1, 2006) The 2006 Livingston County Visitors Guide was recognized and honored with the third place award by the I Love New York State Division of Tourism at the Governor's Tourism Conference held in Rochester.

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WPA/New Deal Art Preview Exhibit Opens at the Mills Mansion in Mt. Morris

WPA/New Deal Art Preview Exhibit Opens at the Mills Mansion in Mt. Morris

On May 11, 2006 an exhibit of WPA (Works Progress Administration/New Deal) artwork will open inside the walls of the Mills Mansion in Mount Morris, New York.

About 20 works have been selected from an approximate collection of over 250 such historically important arts works. The collection is under the care of Livingston County and is believed to be the second largest collection of its kind outside of the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.

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Letchworth, NY: A river runs through it and keeps it singing

"Letchworth, NY: A river runs through it and keeps it singing." Published in the Asbury Park Press BY Ann Wittmer,

Livingston County is on the edge — the western edge — of New York state's Finger Lakes region.

It has two lakes, but the water that makes it sing is the Genesee River. Flowing north from Pennsylvania, the Genesee meanders and plunges through the "Grand Canyon of the East" on its way to Rochester and Lake Ontario 35 miles away.

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The Little Finger Lakes "Wine Path" Unveiled

Summer 2005
The Little Finger Lakes "Wine Path" Unveiled

Livingston County Tourism Director, Lisa Burns unveiled the new Little Finger Lakes "Wine Path" brochure on Saturday night at the Little Finger Lakes Food Festival Dinner held at Eagle Crest Vineyards on Hemlock Lake.

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The Wall Street Journal: Desktop Traveler/New York's Finger Lakes

Desktop Traveler/New York's Finger Lakes

Native American lore holds that the Finger Lakes were formed when the Great Spirit left his handprints on the most beautiful land he created. The handprint comprises 11 lakes, and the area - a few hours drive north of New York City - is ow known for its wineries, Golden Age Castle, European-style Chateaux, child-friendly museums and outdoor pursuits.

Read more: The Wall Street Journal: Desktop Traveler/New York's Finger Lakes

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