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The Last Hoorah of Summer in Ellicottville


By Alicia Dziak It’s the last weekend of August, which means summer and the warm weather activities are coming to an end. Now’s the time to pack in all the adventure you can, and EVL is just the place to wrap up the season with some fun in the sun! On Saturday, Aug. 27, Holiday Valley hosts Tuscan Moon—a Tribute ... Read More »

Taste of EVL Winners Announced


The heat and the rain didn’t keep people from coming to Ellicottville to try samples from 19 of the area’s best restaurants and eateries. The 31st Annual Taste of Ellicottville had the streets of the village full all weekend. From Caribbean Shrimp Lollipops to Thai Chicken, Guinness Mac and Cheese to pizza, even a guacamole corn on the cob, it ... Read More »

ASP Artists in Residence Final Concert of the Season Aug. 26


By Alicia Dziak If you’re a regular at Allegany State Park (ASP) during the summer months, you’ve probably noticed that “Artist in Residence” has been popping up on the weekly program schedule. What this means is that a musical artist resides in the park for a week and performs concerts throughout the park during his or her stay. Dan Duggan ... Read More »

Stroll the Streets and Catch a Movie Aug. 26


Enjoy this summer’s last Stroll the Streets event on Friday, Aug. 26, from 4-8 p.m., Pick up a passport book at ERA properties on Washington Street.  Get it stamped at participating shops, then take it to Villaggio’s restaurant for a free treat.  Spin the wheel at ERA and win free gifts from participating shops. Afterwards, The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce ... Read More »

Town Planning Board Approves Brewpub, Yurts

By Colleen Mahoney The Town of Ellicottville Planning Board approved a special use permit for Stillhouse Brewpub and Distillery at its meeting on Monday, Aug. 22. Approval came after the Cattaraugus County Planning Board approved the plans, allowing the town board to move forward with its approval. Town Planner Gary Palumbo explained that there were no changes made to the ... Read More »

Primary Elections Sept. 13 Polls Open 12-9 p.m.

By Jann Wiswall Yes, there are local elections this year, despite the fact that the presidential election is taking up all the oxygen these days. And there are primary elections scheduled for September 13 for certain registered voters. Please note that ONLY voters registered in the parties holding primaries are eligible to vote. If you are a registered Conservative Party ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment, Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 2016

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • Freddie & Friends Balloons, 7 p.m. • Impact SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • West Balloons, 6 p.m. • Dan Bubien Balloons Patio, 10 p.m. • Ryan Melquist & Friends TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 Gin Mill, 6:30 p.m. • The Hick Ups WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 Gin Mill, 8 p.m. • Wagner ... Read More »

Little Eagles Kick Off Season With Win Over Pine Valley


By Stephanie Timblin Fall is in the air, and little league football season is upon us. Tim Grinols, now in his third season as the Ellicottville Little Eagles Midget Head Coach, led his team to a 27-7 victory over the Pine Valley Longhorns on Saturday, August 20 at Ellicottville Central School. “We had 34 kids suit up to play and ... Read More »

Health & Fitness: Never Too Young to Strengthen Your Core


By Kim Duke, NETA & AAFA Certified Trainer Without sounding like a broken record, your core strength is essential to an overall strong body.  Case in point, my youngest client, Noah Morlock, is nine years old.  Noah came to me after he had broken his leg and was completing physical therapy.  Noah, who is well known for his athletic strengths as ... Read More »

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