Tag Archives: Seneca Lake

Fossenvue on Seneca Lake .::. Our Finger Lakes History

Between 1875 and 1901, Fossenvue was an important summer retreat on Seneca Lake that provided cultural stimulation in a natural setting. Seneca County Historian Walter Gable will explain how a group of seven friends in Geneva, New York founded Fossenvue and the interesting history of this unique historical location that is now part of the Finger Lakes National Forest.

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Valois Castle on Seneca Lake .::. Our Finger Lakes History

It was called a “breath of Paris in the Finger Lakes” during the late 19th century. Built by Arthur E. Valois on the shore overlooking Seneca Lake, the history of Valois Castle has roots in European royalty and treasures.  Learn about the construction and evolution of the property into a premiere, upscale tourist destination and entertainment venue before ultimately being destroyed by fire in 1932. Seneca County Historian Walter Gable tells the story on this episode of Our Finger Lakes History…

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Clearing skies for a great spring weekend in the Finger Lakes .::. FLX Weekly 5/15/19

We’ve certainly had our fill of wet, cold weather this spring but the end may finally be in sight. Find out what the forecast looks like for this weekend along with a great line-up of events happening across the region. Also, our top local photos of the week, the weekend sports outlook and more on FLX Weekly…

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Crestwood expansion killed, SF rental agreement, and unexpected court closures .::. The Debrief Podcast 7/16/18

Whether it was news that the DEC had killed plans by Crestwood Midstream to store LPG underneath Seneca Lake in abandoned salt caverns, or a controversial rent agreement and arrangement in Seneca Falls – the heat of summer hasn’t slowed political news. Even an unexpected court closure in two high-profile cases in Penn Yan stirred discussion on a range of topics. Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso are back, debating the latest in politics from around the Finger Lakes exclusively on FingerLakes1.com:

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