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Nannen Arboretum Fundraiser/Garden Party Set for August 17

By Jann Wiswall The Town of Ellicottville and the Nannen Arboretum Society are in the midst of planning what promises to be a grand garden party at Ellicottville’s grandest garden! The Nannen Arboretum, a non-profit entity, which is cared for by an all-volunteer committee of dedicated master gardeners and interested others, is in desperate need of funds to keep up ... Read More »

Connections: ASP GeoBash VIII — It’s All About the Hunt

  By Jeff Martin I couldnít find the broadside of a barn with a tractor. So, when I heard that Allegany State Park was hosting once again GeoBash, I have to admit that I wasnít too curious. Finding information about the event proved difficult (another sign that the event isnít for me), but eventually I did. Scheduled from 8 a.m.ñ8 ... Read More »

Good Times’ Coming Your Way Recreation Facility Provides Family Fun

by Eva Potter Ellicottville is filled with year round outdoor adventure opportunities, and sports enthusiasts will soon have another option with the opening of a new recreation facility in Olean aimed at active family and adult entertainment. Shannon Barie, marketing manager for Good Times of Olean, said the facility has been in the planning stages for over two years. West ... Read More »

Dressing Up for Victorian Tea

By Mary Fox From little girls to octogenarians, we never lose our love of “dressing up.” In ladies’ gowns, mom’s high heel shoes and grandma’s old hat, we stepped out for the afternoon. The ladies of the Historical Society of Ellicottville hosted their annual Victorian Tea last Saturday April 28 at the United Church of Ellicottville. Alice in Wonderland would ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment May 3-9, 2013

  Friday, May 3 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. Fred & Tuck Yes, two nights back to back. Freddie & Rod (a.k.a. The Dude Kings) start an hour later, finish an hour later, and play a little louder — after all, it’s Friday. The vibe tonight is a bit looser and they will premier some newer stuff … rock, country, speed ... Read More »

Red House Admin Building a Tudor-Style Masterpiece

By Bob Schmid The Red House Administration Building inside Allegany State Park (ASP) is a magnificent architectural structure that is situated in one of nature’s most beautiful settings. Harry Hudson was the chief architect while Shellburg & Lindquist, of Jamestown, N.Y., were the building contractors. Construction began on Aug. 16, 1927, on the site of the Frink Family Farm and ... Read More »

Local Courses a Golfer’s Dream HV Fairways Ready for Play

By Ed Racich Ellicottville is a golfer’s dream! With a dozen courses within a 30-60 minute drive from downtown, all you have to do is pick your poison. At the center of this golfer’s world, the world famous Holiday Valley Double-Black Diamond Course is a true gem. Each hole at Holiday Valley provides a game of its own, combining a ... Read More »

Connections: Springville Center for the Arts

By Jeff Martin I love it when small towns do big things. Before I moved from Springville and into the Ellicottville area, the Springville Center for the Arts (SCA) was celebrating the announcement that the organization, founded in the late ë80s, had received $829,120 in grant money from the Regional Economic Development Council program. I remember reading that figure a ... Read More »

Griffis Sculpture Park Hosts Finn McCool 4-Mile Odyssey

By Alicia Dziak  Now that ski season has ended and spring is finally making an appearance, everyone is looking for snow-free ways to enjoy the outdoors. Even if you’re not a runner in the traditional sense of the word, you can enjoy the diverse lineup of races scheduled around Ellicottville throughout the next few months. One of the most anticipated ... Read More »

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