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Glen Burn Trail Readies for Nov. Open House

photo by Jennie Acklin

by Eva Potter Glen Burn Trail, a new 38-unit townhome development located at 6422 NYS Route 242 East in Ellicottville is readying for an Open House sometime in November. The infrastructure and an initial block of townhomes are nearing completion. Townhomes feature garages, multiple layouts including first-floor bedrooms with living space on the main floor. “As you can see we ... Read More »

Tim Horton’s Ellicottville Opens for Fall Festival

Tim Horton's plans to open Friday October 11 for business in Ellicottville

By Jann Wiswall Tim Hortons Ellicottville, the town’s first 24-hour eatery, expects to open Friday, Oct. 11, in time for all the Fall Festival revelers, early morning commuters, and baked-goods lovers among us. At least, there’s a 90 percent chance. “We’re on track to open Friday morning, but we have to allow for the possibility of a glitch that could ... Read More »

SKI Magazine Ranks Holiday Valley 5th in the East


  Readers of SKI Magazine ranked Holiday Valley as the 5th best resort in eastern North America in the October 2013 issue of this national publication. The Resort Guide is based on a survey of 40,000 SKI Magazine readers conducted during the 2012-13 season. The magazine asks the readers what matters most to them in a resort, and then asks them to rank ... Read More »

Village Board Discusses Plans for Fall Fest

Considers Stray  Cat Issue  By Jann Wiswall The Village of Ellicottville’s Board was asked by resident and local business owner Betsy Peyser to consider taking action to control a stray cat problem in the village. Peyser said she has seen increasing numbers of stray cats in and around the village, especially near dumpsters, and has heard negative comments regarding the ... Read More »

Ellicottville-Great Valley Trail Vision Becoming Reality


Stop by Fall Fest Tent to Learn More By Alicia Dziak It’s easy to see why people flock to Ellicottville year round. With so many great shops, restaurants and outdoor destinations in or within a short distance from the village, the ease and fun of getting from one place to the next will only be enhanced by the addition of ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment Oct 11-17, 2013


Friday, October 11 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. The Joe Wagner Band Joe and his band have been a Fall Fest Friday tradition here for years, setting up in the back room and getting everyone into a party mode for this great weekend … a must-see act in EVL for this weekend! Balloons, 7 p.m. The Porcelain Busdrivers Another Fall Fest ... Read More »

Calling All Singers!

On Sunday, October 27, at 1:00 p.m. rehearsals for the Community Christmas Cantata will begin.  The choir will meet at the United Church on 53 Elizabeth Street in Ellicottville,  for seven Sundays leading up to the concert which will be at 3:00 on Dec. 15th, 2013. All 90- minute sessions will begin at 1:00 except Dec. 8th, which will be ... Read More »

SPCA Fall Fundraising Event at Winery of Ellicottville

  OLEAN, NY — Join us for delectable fun Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Winery of Ellicottville. Just $10 gets you entry, a delicious wine tasting flight and a tour of the beautiful winery by owner Sam Sheehy. And the best part — all proceeds benefit the animals at the SPCA in Cattaraugus County! Events include a silent auction of ... Read More »

Fun Ways to Spend Fall Camping Weekends at ASP

By Alicia Dziak For many, Columbus Day weekend is the season’s last hoorah of camping. Allegany State Park’s (ASP) campsites and cabins will be near or at capacity this weekend, full of campers enjoying the sights of the season. A fall weekend at ASP is a great time to explore and enjoy the park. Hiking in the fall is breathtaking, ... Read More »

Letter to the Editor

Dear Friends of the Alley Katz, The flower barrels and hanging baskets that overflowed with color from June through September are gone, so it must be time for fall fest! We hope that everyone enjoyed the beautiful flowers, which were planted and maintained by a small group of volunteers known as the Alley Katz. In November, we will be back ... Read More »

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