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Our Purpose

 

The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce exists to advance the prosperity of the Granville area, to promote the commercial interests of the business community, to support civic, cultural and educational pursuits, and to bring about closer cooperation among those engaged in retail trade, manufacturing, farming, services, and professional practice, and to secure concerted action on their part to improve the environment of business.

  

Granville Area Chamber of Commerce
The lights in the Park are coming to a close this weekend. Thank you to the Village and all the volunteers for making Granville "shine" this holiday season.
2017-01-13 09:33:41
Granville Area Chamber of Commerce
Together the Village of Granville and the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce announced the 2016 schedule of events for “Frozen in Granville” on Friday, December 2nd. This year marks the 4th year Veteran’s Park will be illuminated with tens of thousands of lights for a riveting showcase for the whole family! The theme will be Disney’s Frozen-a musical lightshow that can be experienced throughout the holiday season. This true community event will be FREE for all participants. Visitors to the event are encouraged to stop by the Slate Valley Museum for the Festival of Trees, the Pember Library and Museum, for the Christmas Marketplace and the Festival of Wreaths. Children wishing to see Santa will need a ticket which they can obtain for free at the Ticket booth located inside the park that evening. The tickets are designed with specific time slots, so families can enjoy the events and spend less time waiting in line to see Santa! The parade will step off from Great Meadow FCU on East Main St at 6pm and arrive at Veteran’s Park for the following events: • Santa’s Horse Drawn Carriage will arrive at Veterans Park at 6:15 • Tree and Park lighting 6:20-6:25 • Children’s time with Santa 6:30- 8:30 (all children will receive a gift from Santa) This annual community event is a collaborative event between the Village of Granville, The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, students from Granville Central School, many civic groups and dozens of community volunteers who give countless hours on the weekend to prepare the village and Veterans Park for the month long event. Horse Drawn Wagon Rides  Sky Lanterns  Warm Fire Pits Hot Cocoa & Coffee  Cookies  Toasted Marshmallows NEW in 2016 Santa’s Reindeer
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2016-11-21 11:26:40
Heather Pauquette
I'm excited to share that the date for this year's Village Christmas Caroling has been set! Please come spread some holiday cheer with us on December 15th, at 7pm. Starting and finishing at Veteran's Park!
Granville Village Christmas Caroling
Granville Village Christmas Caroling
Let's spread a little Holiday Cheer! Invite anyone who wants to share in a little community spirit to join us Thursday night, at 7pm to stroll around our village and sing some Christmas Carols. Here is a way to join your neighbors and just do something kind for all! Let's meet at Veteran's Park at 7pm and we will go from there... If you can't make it right at 7, no worries! Join us when you can! I'll post a route once I get it all set. I'm hoping to have candles to carry, maybe we can get together a couple carafes with hot cocoa and if anyone has jingle bells, bring them! Please share this even even if you can't make it! Let's make the town cheerful!
2016-10-19 19:26:46

Our Community

"Slate quarries define the town, a place where the work is hard, the roots are deep, and the Thursday night pork roast supper at the Methodist church is standing room only."

Chronicle, TheBostonChannel, Friday, June 13, 2003:

Main Streets and Back Roads - Granville, N.Y. Whether you are visiting, relocating, driving through, living in, or doing research on the Granville area, the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to experience the sense of community which surrounds the Granville Area.

Where is Granville, NY ?

Granville is located midway between Lake George, NY and Manchester, VT, in beautiful Washington County.

The Granville Area is known to New York State Tourism as the "Capital/Saratoga District," to some as "The Colored Slate Capital of the World," and to others as a part of the "Lakes Region." Located in rural upstate New York on the Vermont border, we offer an area rich in natural history. Granville is bordered by Vermont to the east, Hampton and Whitehall to the north, Hebron to the south, and Hartford and Fort Ann to the west.

Upcoming Events

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01.25.2017 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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02.01.2017 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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02.03.2017 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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02.03.2017 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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02.06.2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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