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Bottle Works: Arts On Third Avenue

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Join us as we preserve our cultural diversity through celebrations of heritage and tradition throughout the year. Bottleworks offers exhibits, workshops, outdoor Festivals, cooking classes, art classes, performances and special events. Art Works is the place‰Û� to Exhibit, Create, Teach and Sell‰Û� art. Housed in a unique, state-of-the-art building where visitors can engage with studio artists, take classes, see live performances and purchase art. Blueberry Meadows was once an 18th century hunting camp used by the present owner's Seneca and Delaware ancestors. The property was formally acquired just after the Civil War and has remained in family possession through succeeding generations to the present.
It was one of a small number of farms that refused to sell to the Babcock Lumber Company when it bought nearly 7000 acres of the Allegheny Front in 1897. The farmer holdouts found themselves isolated in the middle of a vast wilderness. Their little community became known as Ogletown, named after the attorney who helped them set up a school system for their children.

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