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Ellicottville library’s young readers make space puppets

By Amanda Grabowski An afternoon spent making “space puppets” rounded out a four-week series of summer reading workshops at the Ellicottville Memorial Library led by Kate Benatovich, otherwise known as Mrs. B., and sponsored by the Rotary Club. “This year’s theme was a ‘Universe of Stories,’ and what a wondrous universe we have,” she said. The program explored universal design, ... Read More »

Holiday Valley chairlift rides start Saturday

Spruce Lake Chairlift rides at Holiday Valley will begin this Saturday, Aug. 3 and continue each weekend through Oct. 13, weather permitting. At the top, you have the option of exploring Spruce Lake then riding back down the chair or hiking down one of the many trails. Up to four people can ride in a chair. Dogs are not allowed ... Read More »

Ellicottville Rotary donates to Alley Katz

The Rotary Club of Ellicottville recently made a contribution to the Alley Katz to help with their efforts to keep the village of Ellicottville beautiful. The Alley Katz meet Tuesday mornings to plant, weed and clean out the many barrels and hanging baskets that keep the community so attractive. Pictured (from left) are Nita Widger/Weichman, Marilyn Tompkins, Rotarian Judy Brown, ... Read More »

EVL Trail Runs return to Holiday Valley this Sunday

By Kellen M. Quigley  Some of the area’s toughest runners will gather Sunday, July 21 at Holiday Valley’s Mountain Sports Center for the annual EVL Trail Races. These 4- and 9-mile trail running races utilize resort and state lands for the traditional trail running races, which began to attract the toughest of the tough since 2003.  Participants from several surrounding ... Read More »

Jazz & Blues Weekend returns July 26-28

Wander through the village of Ellicottville next weekend and choose from a variety of jazz and blues performance areas ranging from restaurants to bars, nightclubs to the street-side. The annual Jazz and Blues Weekend in Ellicottville is a boutique experience set for July 26-28.  Ellicottville has the shops and all the facilities you’d expect in an international class resort and ... Read More »

Summer days at Allegany State Park

By Kellen M. Quigley Summer is in full swing at Allegany State Park, and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors in New York’s largest state park. Grab a bite to eat at the Park Restaurant, located at the Red House Administration building, which is currently undergoing a renovation project to make the building look as new ... Read More »

Don Felder, BPO highlight Summer Music Fest weekend

By Kellen M. Quigley Welcome to another year of Ellicottville’s Summer Music Festival weekend! This weekend is not only about music, but about bringing people together during the weekend America celebrates its independence. For some, this weekend is an annual tradition, while this may be a brand new experience for others, but everyone will have the opportunity to make memories ... Read More »

Ellicottville Central graduates 38

By Megan Hartsell On the evening of Friday, June 28, Ellicottville Central School hosted its 125th Commencement Ceremony for 38 students adorned in maroon and white. This was the fourth graduation to transpire in the “Ward,” the school’s gymnasium honoring retired Superintendent Mark War.  As ECS seniors prepared to bid farewell to the comfort of high school, a bittersweet but ... Read More »

Tech Tuesdays to be offered at Ellicottville library

By Louisa Benatovich Poised to outdo themselves yet again, the Ellicottville Memorial Library is adding another top-of-the-line workshop to its repertoire. This free four-part series run by dynamic duo Katie Benatovich and Gail Patterson will cater not only to those searching for clarity in Microsoft Office, but also those wishing to educate themselves on how to live a well-balanced, nutritive ... Read More »

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