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Jazz and Blues Festival Weekend


By Alicia Dziak Who says there ain’t no cure for the summertime blues? In Ellicottville, the cure for the blues IS the blues and there’s a full lineup to be had at this weekend’s Jazz and Blues Fest, July 28-30. Stop by the Gin Mill and check out steel guitarist John Frinzi and steel pan artist John Patti on Friday, ... Read More »

Awesome Things To Do This August


By Alicia Dziak August is a month full of summertime activities, special events and long days of fun. Whether you like an action-packed day of outdoor adventure, a relaxing evening of live music and tasty desserts or a competitive day on the golf course, Ellicottville has you covered this August! Special Events On Aug. 11, don’t miss Shake on the ... Read More »

Cattaraugus County Fair Starts July 31


By Mary Heyl The Cattaraugus County Fair is taking place at the fairgrounds in Little Valley from July 31 through Aug. 5.  Bring the whole family to this annual celebration of local agriculture, family-friendly entertainment and grandstand events all week long. From midway rides to livestock shows, there is no shortage of fun activities at this year’s fair, no matter ... Read More »

It’s Blueberry Season!


By Mary Heyl Blueberry picking season is here! Now is the time to fill buckets and pails with these tasty, nutrient-rich morsels that are perfect for snacking, baking, and preserving. For many, summer doesn’t officially begin until the first pail is picked; fortunately, there are many opportunities to get started! Before heading out to one of these great locations, make ... Read More »

Broadband, Shared Services Discussed by Town Board


By Jennifer Weber The Town of Ellicottville Board met on Wednesday, July 19 at 6 p.m., with Supervisor Matthew McAndrew opening a public hearing for Local Law No. 1 “A Local Law to Override the Tax Levy for Fiscal Year 2018.” This law will allow for the formality of the Town of Ellicottville to go over the tax levy, if ... Read More »

Town Planning Board Discusses New Apartments

By Caitlin Croft During the regularly scheduled meeting of the Town of Ellicottville Planning Board (TPB), the Public Hearing for PB-2017-01 Greystone Apartments was held. The project located, on NYS 242 E, is up for Site Plan Review including a landscape plan, Master Plan Development and Special Use Permit.  The proprietor of this project, Phil Vogt, plans to build apartments ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment, July 28- Aug. 3, 2017

FRIDAY, JULY 28 Balloons 7 p.m. • Maria Aurigema Balloons 10 p.m. • Keith Shuskie – Patio Bar EBC 8 p.m. • The Untouchables Finnerty’s 9 p.m. • Wikly Gin Mill 9 p.m. • John Frinzi & John Patti Tropical Jazz Villaggio 9 p.m. • Billy B and the Honey Dippers SATURDAY, JULY 29 Balloons 6 p.m. • B.D. Lenz ... Read More »

Shake on the Lake Presents Romeo & Juliet


Shake on the Lake, Wyoming County’s Professional Shakespeare Festival, celebrates its sixth season by producing its first tragedy, Romeo & Juliet. This year’s tour is the largest to date and takes the company to eight counties – Wyoming, Livingston, Genesee, Orleans, Erie, Niagara, Monroe, and Cattaraugus. Josh Rice, co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of Shake on the Lake, organized the ... Read More »

4-H Shines at Erie County Fair


By Elizabeth Riggs Four-leaf clovers are not just a universal symbol of good luck. For many, they also signify the 4-H logo – a green four-leaf clover with a white “H” on each leaf, symbolizing the organization’s commitment to four personal development areas: head, hands, heart and health. 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization. According to the Eric ... Read More »

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