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Ligonier Is Your Laurel Highlands Headquarters

  The Ligonier Valley is your Highlands headquarters. Steeped in history dating back to the French & Indian War at Fort Ligonier. The scenic valley is home to Idlewild Park & SoakZone, as well as the Compass Inn Museum, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Linn Run State Park. The town hosts over 60 specialty shops, galleries, restaurants and places to stay. With walkability and proximity to all of the amazing activities the Laurel Highlands offers. Below is just a sample of all the amazing places you can visit while experiencing the small-town life in Ligonier.   Falling Water  | 31 Miles From Ligonier  Fallingwater is a house ...

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The Best Ski Resort for Your Adventure

The Ligonier Valley and Laurel Highlands are home to three beautiful ski resorts. Each one with unique amenities, landscapes, and adventures awaiting you. Hidden Valley Hidden Valley Resort, located in Hidden Valley, Pa., is the ideal winter destination for families. With 26 slopes and trails and two terrain parks on 110 skiable acres and a first-class snowsports school, Hidden Valley offers a comfortable environment to learn to ski or snowboard. Hidden Valley is just a short thirty-minute drive from Ligonier. https://www.instagram.com/p/B6qFFC6BxYz/ Seven Springs  Forty-five minutes from Ligonier is your outdoor headquarters for winter fun has plenty of snow and it isn’t going anywhere! Ski and ...

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2019 Gingerbread house Winners

https://youtu.be/9Khxof7FbXM The 2019 Gingerbread house contest showcased some of the amazing talents. Thank you to all who created, donated and bid. The proceeds from the 2019 contest will support the Ligonier Valley Volunteer Fire Department. A huge thank you to the Ramada Inn of Ligonier for hosting us this year.  You still time to bid on a house for your Christmas table. The Gingerbread houses are available for bidding until the 15th.   A Christmas Light | Teen & Adult Creative First Place Winner By: Donna Rorabaugh     Enchanted Ornament By: Kerri Goldinger Over the Rainbow Bridge | Best in Show and Adult & Teen Traditional First Place Winner  By: Melissa Bartels Midway ...

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Merchant Christmas Raffle!

The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce has great gift ideas.  While you are shopping in downtown Ligonier, stop by O’Shea’s Ligonier Sweet Shop 119 W Main St and check out the fantastic display of merchandise donated by local businesses for the annual Merchant Christmas Raffle.  Tickets sell for $2 each and are available in the Chamber office and at select merchants. Raffle tickets make great stocking stuffers, too!  There are many chances to win. One winner is drawn for each donated item. Participating merchants include: Abigail's Coffeehouse, Allegory Gallery, Agway, American Indian Jewelry, Beaufort Services, Betsy's of Ligonier, Black Bunny Boutique, Carol ...

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2019 Ligonier Christmas Gift Guide!

The Holidays are upon us and that means Ligonier's merchants are bursting with fantastic gifts large and small for your loved ones. Below you will find bunches of great gifts submitted by just a sample of our local merchants. Have you taken on our holiday small business challenge? Learn all the details here     Song Of Sixpence  Margaret Winter Sweaters! So soft with stylish designs. The ones featured here have pockets on the front. Everyone loves pockets.   My Honeybee  Chala Handbags are made from soft leather and have whimsical patterns. Featured patters for the season include snowmen and cardinals. Perfect for the fashionista in your life.     Post and Rail Men's Shop  Vera ...

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We're a voluntary association of concerned business, professionals and other community-spirited citizens, who pool our resources, manpower and collective wisdom for the benefit of the entire Ligonier Valley. The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce is the place where visitors, new residents, businesspeople and others make their first impression of the quality and hospitality of the area.

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