PO Box 1046
Elmira, NY 149021046
Tickets: (607) 7348191
Admin: (607) 7335639
Located in nearby Downtown Elmira, the Clemens Center is the regions premiere Performing Arts center. The Clemens Center invites performances from all genres: Broadway musicals, classical music, comedy acts, kids performances, jazz bands, etc.
155 North Main Street
Elmira, NY 14901
Tel: (607) 7347825
Located in nearby Downtown Elmira, First Arena (formerly the Coach USA Center) is a brand new Sports and Entertainment arena. The First Arena brings in concerts, comedians, tradeshows, and family events throughout the year. Public skate, drop-in hockey, adult hockey leagues, and skating lessons are offered on the First Arenas Recreation arena. The First Arena is the home of the Elmira Jackals Minor League Hockey team.
State Route 352
Elmira, NY 14903
Tel: (607) 7348599
Located on Route 352 near the intersection with Harris Hill Road is the Elmira Drive-In. The theater shows movies during the spring and summer months.
Located on County Route 55a, Harris Hill Park is a scenic area operated by Chemung County. The park has a playground, picnic pavilions, swimming pools, barbecue grills, and a scenic overlook. There is also a recreation area operated by a private company with batting cages, mini-golf, go-karts, and more. Picnic Pavilions are available to reserve for large groups. The National Soaring Museum and Harris Hill Soaring Center is located at Harris Hill Park. For more information or for reservations call Chemung County Buildings and Grounds at (607) 7372843.
Tags Summer Stage
Located on Route 352 in the Town of Big Flats, the Summer Stage at Tags brings in a diverse group of classic rock groups, country music performers, and comedians. CrossRhodes Entertainment
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The Chemung Basin River Trail Partnership (CBRTP) is a coalition of agencies and residents working together to make the river system accessible to all.
The Partnership formed in 1999 to develop a river trail system in the Chemung Valley and promote protection of the Chemung Basin. The Chemung Basin includes the Cohocton, Canisteo, Cowanesque, Tioga, and Chemung Rivers and various creeks in the area.
In addition to many valued community partners the CBRTP is part of a larger network throughout the Chesapeake Bay that offers continued support, guidance and collaboration.
Monthly Partnership meetings are open to the public and membership is free. For upcoming meeting dates, see our events listing.