Friends of Bradford

Our beers are now available throughout the Finger Lakes, Binghamton, Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, NYC & the Hudson Valley!
Valley Bowling Center has open bowling most days and nights throughout the week. There is also the option of Glow Bowling every Friday and Saturday night from 9:30pm to 11:30pm.
The Valley Taxi, Inc. has been in existance for 30+ years. It came under new ownership on January 1, 1998. In February 1999, we also added the Towanda area to our service area. We can now pick up and drop off in Towanda at the same rates as they pay in the Valley. We have been striving to improve the quality of our services from having better looking/running vehicles to giving better/quality service. Along with typical call and demand service, we also offer cargo service for your convenience. We can pick up your groceries or prescriptions or meal deliveries.
Wabi Sabi is located in the heart of Owego, at 186 Front Street, alongside the finest shops in our area. Wabi Sabi means 'art of the imperfect' and we incorporate that message in our salvage style. It's a fun shopping experience where you can find a mix of new and old...from a unique piece of furniture for that one spot in your home or a small exquistely made gift for a loved one. We offer fine coffees, hand turned wooden bowls, candles, jewelry, perfectly imperfect antiques of all shapes, sizes and colors...plus much, much more!!!
Visit our website to plan your visit.
Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound. Within two miles, the glen's stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs, generating 19 waterfalls along its course. The gorge path winds over and under waterfalls and through the spray of Cavern Cascade. Rim trails overlook the gorge.
Local fruits, vegetables, crafts, and more. Local only policy(applications available on website. Accept EBT/FMNP.
Glen, pavilions, restrooms, tennis courts
The Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce is made up of over 300 businesses and individuals who together help create and maintain the high standard of living that we enjoy.
First Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, Wellsboro(next to Green Free Library). Fresh local produce, garlic and shallots, flowers, herbs, baked goods, meats, goat cheese, specialties, maple products, honey, wool, craft items
Wisner Park, North Main & West Church Street. Fresh Produce, cut flowers, candles, art, and crafts. Lunch. Over 30 vendors. Accept WIC, EBT, FMNP.
Woodlawn National Cemetery is a constant reminder to Chemung County that nearly 3,000 Southern soldiers sleep there. There are 36 trenches extending across the plot, north to south, all occupied by Confederate dead. All thirteen Confederate states have soldiers buried here. North Carolina has the most soldiers, with 1,208. Missouri has the least with 1.
Located in the heart of the Endless Mountains on the scenic Susquehanna River, Wyoming County has it all. Whether your focus is on tourism, local business or relocation you’ve come to the right place. Please take a few minutes to browse our site to find the information you are looking for. If you can’t find what you need please call or email me at (570) 836-7755 or gina@wyccc.com
In 1762 settlers from New England came to the Wyoming Valley, but were driven out by the Indians. It was not until after the Sullivan expedition in 1779 that families were able to establish a permanent settlement in the Tunkhannock area. In 1842, Wyoming County was created from part of Luzerne County. The name “Wyoming” is derived from an Indian word meaning “extensive meadows.” With its glistening streams, gently rolling hills and tranquil valleys, Wyoming County is undoubtedly one of Pennsylvania’s most scenic counties.

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