Links to nearby locations

Fredonia is a wonderful place to be, with a plethora of attractions. However, we are not an island of activity in a sea of dearth. Surrounding our community is an entire county full of places to visit. Below are just a few of the attractions outside of Fredonia. Please, look around, and see what Chautauqua County has to offer!


Chautauqua Institution

http://ciweb.org

"For 125 years now, the Chautauqua Institution has been rooted in the idea of renewal. Today, this lakeside community continues to be an intergenerational haven for renewing family life ... for renewing the mind and spirit ... for renewing intellectual curiosity and interaction in an atmosphere that is open to freedom of individual religious expression ... open to civil discourse ... open to fun and recreation for everyone." - Chautauqua Institution Home Page



Chautauqua Visitors Bureau

http://www.tourchautauqua.com

This site will be of interest to anyone who wishes to visit various locations around the county. Everything from information on shoping to where to go for food may be found in the pages in this site.



Fredonia's Current Weather

http://www.weather.com/weather/us/zips/14063.html

While this link is not strictly inside of Chautauqua County, we figured you might want to see what our current weather is. The Weather Channel has a station in Dunkirk, NY - our nearest neighbor. The weather in Dunkirk tends to be pretty close to Fredonia's (except that Fredonia is occasionally warmer because Dunkirk gets some extremly cold air off of the lake in the winter).



Panama Rocks

http://www.panamarocks.com

"The Panama Rocks are reputed to be the world's most extensive outcropping of glacier-sculpted, ocean-quartz-conglomerate rock. Geologists believe the rocks originated as sand and gravel sea islands, over 300 million years ago. The islands were part of a huge river delta. Over aeons, the islands were covered by thousands of feet of sediments, and were 'pressure compacted' into rock. About 165 million years ago, the rock was fractured and uplifted to its present altitude [1650']. During the last Ice Age, a glacier cut-into and unearthed the rock. Since that time a lush, mixed forest has grown over the site." - From the Panama Rocks web site



Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History

http://www.rtpi.org/

"The mission of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI) of Natural History is to create passion for and knowledge of the natural world in the hearts and minds of children by inspiring and guiding the study of nature in our schools and communities." - From the RTPI web site



Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History

http://www.rtpi.org/

"The mission of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI) of Natural History is to create passion for and knowledge of the natural world in the hearts and minds of children by inspiring and guiding the study of nature in our schools and communities." - From the RTPI web site



The Arts Council for Chautauqua County at the Reg Lenna Civic Center

http://www.chautauqualand.com

The Arts Council site provides relatively extensive information about the arts in Chautauqua County. Everything from dance organizations to fine crafts is on the site, along with a color-coded event calendar detailing upcoming events in the county.




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