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Artwork at the Library – currently we have artwork in our gallery area that was created by Ellicottville native Kevin Lacy who has made traveling a major part of his life. Now based in Los Angeles, CA, Kevin is pursuing his travel passion through photography. “I hope that someone can be inspired by these images as I was the moment ... Read More »

Ellicottville Memorial Library

Card Class – “Fun Fall Cards – including a pop-up box card” Join Cheri Reed on Monday, Sept. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. and make four beautiful fall themed cards.  Cost is $15 to cover the cost of supplies.  Contact the library to register as class size is limited. Day Adventure Pass Program Launches at CCLS Member Libraries!  Looking ... Read More »

Astronomy Classes Begin Jan. 26

The Ellicottville Memorial Library is offering five, free astronomy classes this winter.  They will be led by long-time amateur astronomer Bert Probst and each is structured for adults and young adults over the age of 16.  There is no charge for any of these classes and attendance is limited to 15.  You may attend any or all of these classes. ... Read More »

Ellicottville Memorial Library

Open Mon-Sat 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Tues/Wed until 8 p.m.  Closed Sundays.  • (716) 699-2842 Fall Book Sale – Our annual Fall Book Sale starts September 18 and runs through mid-October. Donations of books and DVDs are being accepted up until the start of the sale. No textbooks or musty books please. Ellicottville Historical Society Meeting – ... Read More »

Ellicottville Memorial Library News

NEW! Kids’ Summer Reading Program begins July 6 – “Every Hero has a Story” is this summer’s theme. The July 14 theme is “Super Hero Foods.” We will also be hosting programs on super heroes, heroes in our community and super hero animals, to name a few, with lots of prizes, contests and programs for kids of all ages.  Come ... Read More »

Landscape Photography at Ellicottville Library 

Cathy Peters is the featured artist at the Ellicottville Memorial Library this summer. The exhibition of photography is a beautiful and evocative collection of landscapes from her two homes; here in Cattaraugus County, New York, and in the desert of Arizona. The two worlds are portrayed with sensitivity and an appreciation of the natural beauty of each environment. Ms. Peters ... Read More »

New at the Library: Borrow a Telescope

The Ellicottville Memorial Library now offers a telescope for loan. To borrow, you must have a current library card, be age 17 or older and schedule time to attend a short (about 15 minutes) telescope orientation session before check-out.  Please call the library (699-2842) to set up a time for the orientation session, which will cover safety and the basic ... Read More »

Summer Intern Position at the EVL Memorial Library

The Ellicottville Memorial Library is pleased to announce the generous donation of funds from the Rotary Club of Ellicottville Foundation for Youth to hire a local student as a summer intern to help with the children’s Summer Reading Program. We are thrilled because this additional person will give us the ability to provide more programs and activities to the 100+ ... Read More »

Ellicottville Memorial Library

Card Making – In this class led by Cheri Reed on April 29, participants will make four quilt- design birthday cards. Maximum registration is eight people. Cost is $15 to cover supplies. If interested, check out the samples currently on display at the library. Reed will continue this card-making class on the last Wednesday of every month with alternating themes. ... Read More »

Ladies of the Ellicottville Ski Club at HV Present Check to Library

  On March 13, 2015, the ladies of the Ellicottville Ski Club at Holiday Valley held their 10th annual “Ladies’ Day.” Over 60 women participated in the “Book Club” fundraising event for Ellicottville Memorial Library.  As a result of the day of skiing, and the dinner, complete with raffles and silent and live auctions that followed, the women raised $13,100. ... Read More »

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