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Hundreds of hungry people eat their fill at Taste of Ellicottville

By Cindy Wagner If you missed out on the Taste of Ellicottville last weekend, there were dozens of treats that awaited along Monroe Street in the village during one of the tastiest times of the summer. There were plenty of tents and seating available along the street, which was closed from Hughey Alley to Martha Street, and vendors lined both ... Read More »

Plenty planned at Ellicottville Distillery leading to 3rd anniversary

By Kellen M. Quigley The Ellicottville Distillery will be turning three years old in a little less than two months, and the locally owned and operated business has several events in store leading up to it. The public is invited to come out this Sunday, Aug. 18 to the distillery, located at 5462 Robbins Road near Ashford Junction, for Distilled ... Read More »

GV Firemen’s Clubhouse receives overdue facelift

By Kellen M. Quigley The Great Valley Volunteer Fire Department’s clubhouse has been a much loved and used space in community for years, but it was in desperate need of cosmetic improvements. This summer, the building on Depot Street received a facelift all along the outside, matching what people first see when approaching the clubhouse to the quality of the ... Read More »

Restoration work resumes at historic Red House sawmill

By Deb Everts Restoration of the historic Red House sawmill has resumed. In cooperation with park management, the Friends of Allegany State Park (FOASP) and other volunteers took on the task of gutting the old mill on Aug. 3. Approximately 43 volunteers pitched in to tear out the wood wallboards and floorboards that had been badly damaged by porcupines over ... Read More »

Sample the best at ‘Taste of Ellicottville’

By Deb Everts Food lovers from all over the area and beyond will flock to the 34th Annual Taste of Ellicottville Saturday, Aug. 10 and Sunday, Aug. 11 to sample the mouthwatering goodies offered by more than 23 local food establishments. Whether they are connoisseurs of fine cuisine or people who just love to eat good food, hungry visitors can ... Read More »

Rock Autism Finnerty’s Golf Classic set for Aug. 24 Music Festival returning to Ellicottville Aug. 31

By Kellen M. Quigley The second annual Rock Autism Music Festival will be back in Ellicottville on Aug. 31, but first, a new golf tournament with the collaboration of Rock Autism and Finnerty’s Tap Room will hit the links. The inaugural Rock Autism Finnerty’s Golf Classic will kick off Aug. 24, benefitting Rock Autism’s, Inc. and the Rock Autism Music ... Read More »

Five weeks until Pumpkinville returns

By Kellen M. Quigley It’s the second week of August, so it seems a little early to be mentioning Halloween. Or is it?  With some rainy and cooler weather recently, it’ll be no time at all until Pumpkinville is open for the season, which will happen in just five weeks. On Saturday, Sept. 14, the area’s most beloved fall destination ... Read More »

Ellicottville LIVING Tour coming to town Sept. 14

The Ellicottville LIVING Tour is coming to Ellicottville during Rock ‘N’ Roll Weekend, Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tour’s headquarters will be at the Tamarack Club at Holiday Valley. Free shuttles will leave every few minutes to go to all locations, or participants can drive to each. The tour is free. There will be an Ellicottville ... Read More »

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