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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 »

42nd Annual Fall Festival is Right Around the Corner


As if the leaves changing colors and painting the hills aren’t enough of a reason to come out and visit Ellicottville in the fall, the 42nd Annual Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival will take place Oct. 7 and 8, bringing 300 vendors, a food court, and a carnival to the streets of the village. No matter what you’re looking ... Read More »

Ellicottville Rock and Roll Weekend Schedule Announced


There is no better way to spend a September weekend than listening to live music and strolling through a collection of cool automobiles. That’s what Rock and Roll Weekend in Ellicottville, presented by Northtown Auto, is all about. Friday, Sept. 15 The weekend starts Friday night, Sept. 15 with the finale of Ellicottville’s Stroll the Streets. The shops are open ... Read More »

$3.3 Million in Upgrades at Holiday Valley


By Jane Eshbaugh Holiday Valley, New York State’s most visited ski resort and a magnet for Canadians from Southern Ontario, recently announced that it is adding to its automated snowmaking system, purchasing two groomers, expanding the beginner’s area and conducting a host of other projects.  Guests of Holiday Valley will reap the benefits of more efficient and increased snowmaking, allowing ... Read More »

End of Summer Bucket List in EVL


By Alicia Dziak With only two short weeks left before Labor Day weekend, it’s crunch time for that summer bucket list! Just because it’s time for back-to-school shopping doesn’t mean the party is over. There’s still plenty of time to squeeze in the last of the summer fun in the next three weekends, and Ellicottville is just the place to ... Read More »

Discover Alpacas, Amish Trail in Randolph


By Mary Heyl Take advantage of the final weeks of summer with your family by visiting the historic village of Randolph, where every weekend provides something fun to do for visitors of all ages. Located in the heart of the Amish Trail, Randolph has lots of unique adventures in store for visitors of all ages, and there’s no better time ... Read More »

Taste of Ellicottville


By Alicia Dziak Ellicottville is known for many things, and at the heart of it all is the food. From awesome appetizers to hearty entrees to delectable desserts, you can find it all, and this weekend, you can sample it all at the annual Taste of Ellicottville Aug. 12 and 13. The Taste of Ellicottville, presented by Sysco and produced ... Read More »

Pumpkinville Opens Soon


By Mary Heyl Last week’s cooler weather is a reminder that fall is on the way, which means Pumpkinville will soon be open for the season! On Saturday, Sept. 16, the area’s most beloved fall destination will open, and visitors can explore all the fun (it’s more than just pumpkins!) daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Halloween.  Owners ... Read More »

Ellicottville Serves Up Fun Aug. 12-13


By Alicia Dziak All the fun you’ve been having in Ellicottville this summer is sure to have you working up an appetite, and if you’re hungry for a selection of the best foods around, be sure to swing by the annual Taste of Ellicottville Aug. 12-13. The Taste of Ellicottville lines the streets with representatives from all the top restaurants, serving up ... Read More »

Romeo and Juliet in Ellicottville Aug. 11


It’s arguably the most famous story of star-crossed lovers and the Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce is bringing it to town this summer. Co-sponsored by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet will be featured in the gazebo lawn in Ellicottville on August 11 at 8 p.m. “When people think of Ellicottville, they think of music, food, and ... Read More »

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