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2014 Warsaw Valley Fest Thursday, July 17th- Saturday, July 19th

Come and enjoy a weekend of fun and our big scavenger hunt! Warsaw Valley Fest is filled with merchant sidewalk sales, community yard sales, children activities, outside vendors, great food from our local restaurants, music,our big scavenger hunt and much more. Save the dates: Thursday, July 17th, Friday night, July 18th live music,  and more actives on Saturday, July 19th Come Visit Our Village!  

Business of the Year

Business of the Year

Annual Membership Dinner Meeting Jack Marsh and Lori Standish present the “Business of the Year Award” to:
The Amber Lantern

Alan Goodenow Memorial Award

Alan Goodenow Memorial Award

Annual Membership Dinner Meeting The ” Alan Goodenow Memorial Award for Outstanding Service to the Community” goes to: Fred Heller Most probably don’t know much about those folks in Warsaw who become the first to do something, something important. One such person has accomplished several firsts. After moving to Warsaw in 1954, he set up shop in the then new Wyoming County Community Hospital and […]



Liberty Way Park with Visitor Information Kiosk 104 West  Buffalo Street


Warsaw New York - Chamber of Commerce News & Information

  • Click here to see what is happening in Warsaw’s Community Newsletter 2014

    Click here to see what is happening in Warsaw’s Community Newsletter 2014

    Warsaw’s Community 03/14 Newsletter

  • Letchworth State Park

    Letchworth State Park

    Letchworth State Park, renowned as the “Grand Canyon of the East,” is one of the most scenically magnificent areas in the eastern U.S. The Genesee River roars through the gorge over three major waterfalls between cliffs–as high as 600 feet in some places–surrounded by lush forests. Hikers can choose among 66 miles of hiking trails. Trails are also available for horseback riding, biking, snowmobiling and […]

  • Warsaw Civil War Monument dedicated in 1903

    Warsaw Civil War Monument dedicated in 1903

    AKA – Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument The Warsaw monument was dedicated in the late 1800’s and is located on North Main street within the center of a traffic circle. There are four,12 pound Napoleon cannons along the base. In addition, the words PEACE, LIBERTY, UNION and LAW appear inscribed in the base of the monument