Amica is listed in the Gift Shops category in Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Amica which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amica on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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203 E Main St
Ligonier, PA 15658
(724) 238-8545
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Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau updated their cover photo.
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At a sneak peek for the newly renovated Fort Ligonier expansion! You won't believe their new look. #LaurelHighlands

Looking for new places to eat in the Laurel Highlands? Check out these six restaurants known for their fresh, modern menus and ridiculously good eats! Restaurants mentioned in this blog include The Foundry PA, Out of The Fire Cafe, Sun Dawg Cafe, The Kitchen on Main, Lautrec at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Helen's at Seven Springs. Satisfy your tastebuds and learn more at:

This Weekend in the Laurel Highlands: Watch skiers and snowboarders in crazy costumes try to conquer the Pond Skim at Seven Springs this Saturday with hosts Mikey and Big Bob from the Morning Freak Show on 96.1 KISS - Pittsburgh. Learn more about this and over 50 other events in the Laurel Highlands this weekend:

This Weekend in the #LaurelHighlands: Pond Skim at @7SpringsPA, Celebrate the PA Maple Festival, and more!…

RT @visitPA: Grab your hiking boots and #SpringItOnPA at Cucumber Falls in the @laurelhighlands!

Let's Eat! Check out these six restaurants with fierce talent, flavor, and creativity in th…

RT @Fallingwater: How to Plan the Perfect Trip to #Fallingwater, @nemacolin @KentuckKnobFLLW @laurelhighlands:

Congrats to this week's winner in the Laurel Highlands Instagram contest @josh_berry312 Photo taken at Kings Covered Bridge, Somerset

Today we are celebrating the life of the Laurel Highlands' own Fred Rogers, born on this day in 1928. Today, Rogers' legacy lives on in our neighborhood with the Daniel Tiger trolley ride and stage show at Idlewild & SoakZone, an exhibit of his life at the Fred Rogers Center and a statue of his likeness in downtown Latrobe, his birthplace. Learn more at: