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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 »

Welcome to Fall Festival

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 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

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

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 »

Health & Fitness: Prevent Shoulder Injury

By Kim Duke In everyday life, your shoulder gets a real workout.  It moves just about every time you do. You use it for lifting, reaching, or even throwing a ball. You can grab something high or pick something off the ground. You can do all these things because a healthy shoulder has a great range of motion, and that’s ... Read More »

Memorial Plaque Honors Fallen Heroes of Ellicottville

By Jennie Acklin Bill O’Brien, Third Vice-Commander of the Concord American Legion Post 431, and a Vietnam War veteran presented a memorial plaque at the Ellicottville American Legion on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. He worked on this project for several months, researching the names and stories of servicemen who died in service during World War II, The Korean ... Read More »

Nightmare Hayrides Set to Spook Sept. 29

By Elizabeth Riggs The Ellicottville Rodeo cowboys have ridden off into the sunset, and with the change of seasons, it’s now time for a new form of entertainment in town: Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street. Hosted at the same location as the Ellicottville Rodeo, and by the same couple, the Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street will begin on Friday, Sept. ... Read More »

Visit Randolph This Fall

By Mary Heyl Autumn is one of the best times of year for visitors to spend a beautiful afternoon exploring the historic village of Randolph. There are many great activities for families to enjoy together as the seasons change, including fun holiday events this winter. Head down Route 219 to Randolph for a memorable weekend soon. Calling all leaf peepers! ... Read More »

Welcome Lacrosse Players!

  By Alicia Dziak In a first ever for Ellicottville, the Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival is happening this weekend, Sept. 22- 24. The fields will be set and teams will descend on our area, ready for a weekend of one of the fastest growing sports in the country. The tournament promises to bring some exciting competition, with many teams participating. “We ... Read More »

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