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Ellicottville Elementary student interviews veterans for Memorial Day

For Memorial Day, Ellicottville Elementary School teacher Bill Delity asked his fourth-grade class to come up with a project that honors the true meaning of Memorial Day. One of his students, Isabella Wilder, took it upon herself to interview two local veterans during the Ellicottville Memorial Day Parade and write up a report. Read on to see what Isabella found ... Read More »

ECS music at Darien Lake: A Student’s Perspective

By Adam Silvernail It was a warm, spring morning and the bus was supposed to leave at 7:30 a.m. Due to some slow-pokes, however, it left closer to 7:40 a.m.  After an hour on the road, we arrived at Darien Lake. We had to go through the main gate instead of a side gate like normal, and walk from one ... Read More »

Ellicottville Historical Society to meet June 12

The Ellicottville Historical Society will have its next meeting on June 12 with Carolyn Bauer, who will be giving a talk about her family who practiced Spiritualism called “Chatting With Ghosts.” The Society meets every second Wednesday of the month — from May to October — at 7 p.m. at the Ellicottville Memorial Library, 6499 Maples Road. Meetings are free ... Read More »

Widger and Williams educate public on use of natural products vs. harsh chemicals

By Deb Everts Two local women have been introducing the public to the use of natural products in their daily lives as an alternative to harsh chemicals. Annie Widger and Lisa Williams, who are distributors of Young Living (YL) products, have been educating people about these natural products will offer another segment of their class series, “Discover and Create Alternatives ... Read More »

Start your summer right in Ellicottville

By Kellen M. Quigley With Memorial Day Weekend now past, it’s practically summer here in Ellicottville, which means any outdoor activities you want to take part in are available. From golf to nature hikes to pool time and more, read on for some great ideas on what do in the Enchanted Mountains this June. Holiday Valley’s warm-weather amenities are in ... Read More »

Memorial Day in Ellicottville

Photos by Louisa Benatovich The American Legion Color Guard leads the Memorial Day Parade down Washington Street in Ellicottville to the Town/Village Hall were ceremonies were held Monday morning.  Read More »

Welcome, ladies, to Girls Getaway Weekend 2019

By Kellen M. Quigley We at the Ellicottville Times would like to welcome all the ladies participating in this year’s Girls Getaway Week, presented by the Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce. This annual event is expected to be as wonderful as ever with a variety of different options now just for you! If you and your girlfriends have you been looking ... Read More »

Ellicottville Town Board to discuss solar farms at next meeting

By Caitlin Croft The May meeting of the Ellicottville Town Board opened with a presentation by 3 + 1 Financial representative Alex DeRosa. This company works with public entities to collect data on their cash management. They have worked to much success with Batavia, who referred them to Ellicottville, Elma and Aurora, to name a few. Their goal is to ... Read More »

County lawmakers to set public hearing for update on Ellicottville Brewing Co. new brewery

By Rick Miller Cattaraugus County lawmakers plan to set a public hearing for June 12 to hear an update on the $6 million brewery/pub and craft beer museum the Ellicottville Brewing Co. is developing in Little Valley.  The County Legislature’s Development and Agriculture Committee and Finance Committee were expected to act on the authorization for the public hearing when they ... Read More »

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