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Fall at Allegany State Park


By Alicia Dziak October is a perfect time of year to explore Allegany State Park (ASP), New York’s largest state park. With 65,000 sprawling acres to enjoy, it’s no wonder it’s such a popular destination for so many. The park’s “peak season” has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. The camp sites are still open ... Read More »

Town of East Otto Meeting Minutes

The September  meeting of the East Otto Town Board was called to order at 6:00 PM by Supervisor Ann Rugg on Tuesday September 12, 2017. A motion was made by Dave Forster and seconded by Sid Barber to approve the new town hall use application that was presented by the town clerk.  Forster, Spors, Barber, Poch and Rugg were in ... Read More »

The Public House of Ellicottville Gets Sign Approval

By Caitlin Croft The October meeting of the Village Planning Board (VPB) opened their meeting with an addition to the agenda, a Hanging Sign Application for a new project at 24 Monroe Street. Next, the VPB made a motion to approve the minutes of the September meeting. There was a second and they were approved. In New Business, the Edge ... Read More »

Winter Arts Festival at Holiday Valley – Final Deadline for Artists

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Oct. 30 is the final deadline for artists to apply for a vendor booth at the 3rd Annual Winter Arts Festival in Ellicottville. The event is Saturday, Nov.18 and will be an ideal opportunity for artists to sell their work and visitors to begin their holiday shopping. This juried arts festival of fine art and artisan works is produced by ... Read More »

Welcome to Fall Festival

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By Alicia Dziak If you’re one of the thousands who celebrate Columbus Day weekend with a visit to Ellicottville for the annual Fall Festival, your wait is over. This weekend, Oct. 7-8, EVL’s biggest and oldest festival of the year is back, complete with music, races, rides, food, arts and crafts and endless fall fun. Started in 1975 as a ... Read More »

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month


By Mary Heyl During the month of October, the colors black and orange seem to be everywhere, from porch decorations to storefronts. But drive down any given street at night, and you’ll see several houses with pink porch lightbulbs, signaling that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! It’s easy to get involved in the cure by taking part in ... Read More »

October in Ellicottville


By Mary Heyl Autumn is officially here, and with this new season comes an exciting line up of seasonal events in Ellicottville and the surrounding areas! From Fall Festival to Pumpkinville to Night Lights at Griffis Sculpture Park, there are so many ways to celebrate fall with family and friends. With all of these great activities coming up, you won’t ... Read More »

Summer in Review

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By Alicia Dziak It was a busy summer in Ellicottville, and as we head into fall, it’s a great time to look back on all that has happened over the past few months. Local Business News Early in the summer, taking years of business experience running Dina’s and Mud, Sweat & Gears, Dina DiPasquale and Kim Reading decided to team ... Read More »

Local Businesses Get Ready for Fall Fest

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By Alicia Dziak Fall Festival is almost here! With just one more week to wait, the Village is gearing up for its biggest festival of the year, which will draw thousands of visitors from all over the region. On Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 7 and 8, the Village streets will be filled to the brim with vendors selling their wares ... Read More »

Allegany State Park Celebrates National Public Lands Day

Join Allegany State Park on Sept. 30 as they celebrate National Public Lands Day with their 13th year of participation! National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest one-day event designed to give people a chance to give back to the public lands they love by volunteering for a few hours on a variety of service projects that enhance both ... Read More »

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