Welcome to the Greater Wheatland Area

The Greater Wheatland Area Chamber of Commerce is exceptionally proud of what our town and communities have to offer. Our area continues to grow and build to provide our residents a wonderful place to raise a family or build a business. Although the Greater Wheatland Area is known as a great community to live, work, and play, it is quickly becoming a tourist destination for visitors from across the nation. Our town features stunning amenities including fly fishing, antique shops, county parks and trails, bed and breakfasts, as well excellent dining. Tourist attractions include the Genesee Country Village and Museum, the third largest historical living museum in the country, making the Greater Wheatland Area a world-class community with small town charm. The Chamber hopes you find this web site to be full of helpful and interesting information. If you have additional questions or need more information about your visit to our community, please contact us at contact@wheatlandchamberny.org

News, Updates, and Events

Go Gold with Mark’s Pizzeria

VISIT: https://www.markspizzeria.com/gogold

Patrick Place Happenings

Nov 19th “Ringing in the Holiday” Sale at Jones Hall Caledonia ▓ May 21st, 2017 “Celebrate Patrick Place” Event at Wadsworth Mansion. ▓ Get a memorial Brick at the Patrick Place Comfort Care Home. Down load the PDF form here►   Patrick Place Brick Order  ▓ ▓ For more information, email: info@patrickplace.org    

High School Scholarship Program

►  THE 2016 AWARD RECIPIENTS ARE  ◄ Johanna Coleman, from Caledonia-Mumford. She will be attending the University of Buffalo, majoring in Psychology. And Megan Nolan from Wheatland-Chili. She will be attending the University of Buffalo majoring in Business Management.

Mid Week Farmers’ Market

The Mid-Week Farmer’s Market is now OPEN Wednesdays from 4:00 – 7:00 PM at the American Legion Post, 61 Main Street, Scottsville. Come join us for fresh produce, local honey, baked goods, and assorted vendors selling their wares.  Food will be provided by local non-profit organizations.