Insider’s Guide to Fall Festival

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Insider’s Guide to Fall Festival Ellicottville’s Oldest And Largest Festival Is Here By Carol Fisher   For two days, our little sweet village turns into a haven for leaf watchers, shoppers, fun seekers, beer drinkers, sausage eaters, and outdoor enthusiasts by the thousands. It’s hard to imagine putting that many people into one small portion […]

Fall Festival Races

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Fall Festival Races 5K Run and Mountain Bike Race Next Weekend Fall Festival 5K Run    The Annual Fall Festival 5K Run kicks off on October 7th at 9:30am on Holiday Valley Road.   This fun, challenging course draws runners from several surrounding states. Hundreds of runners line Holiday Valley Road and proceed through and around the […]

Nightmare Hayrides

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Nightmare Hayrides Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street 2017    Friday, Saturday and Sundays evenings from September 29-October 29 you are welcomed to jump on the scariest hayride in Western New York right here in Ellicottville. Nightmare Hayride is a twenty-five minute tractor drawn hayride that will lead you down a creepy haunted path with live […]

Arboretum Events

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Arboretum Events Butterflies and Guided Tours at Nannen Arboretum By Chad Neal    Ellicottville is a destination. Not so much like a theme park as it were, but a place that cannot be explored all in one day, or even one week. The nature that surrounds this beautiful town and village is spectacular. One can […]

Local Movie Night

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Local Movie Night Movie Night at Stroll the Streets Feat. Finding Dory    Ellicottville, NY – Friday nights in Ellicottville have become a family friendly party this summer. Stroll the Streets has brought fun activities to the area and have brought people out to the village. A FREE movie, Finding Dory, will bring more fun […]

Bakery to Open in EVL

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Bakery to Open in EVL “Cupcaked” on Monroe St. Grand Opening Sept. 29 By Chad Neal Many may remember the iconic old school Insurance sign on Monroe Street which sat above an empty building after Weed Ross Insurance moved to the next block of Monroe Street. But now the sign will be for a Bakery. […]

Villager Captures Eclipse

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Villager Captures Eclipse Villager Staff Writer John Thomas at the Scene Villager Photographer John Thomas joined other eclipse fans in the tiny town of Junction Flats Tennessee to view the Great American Eclipse, Monday, August 21. There were about 40 people gathered at a truck-stop just off Highway 61. Totality there lasted two minutes and […]

Discover Salamanca Day

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Discover Salamanca Day This Sat. Enjoy Music, Dancing and Canoeing    “Discover Salamanca” with a community day downtown in the city scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19 from 11am-8pm. From River to Atlantic streets, a section of Main Street will be blocked for a day of both Native American and non-native music, food, crafts and more. […]

Apartment Approved

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Apartment Approved Board Re-Set Public Hearing After Snafu Story by John Thomas Staff Writer      The Village Planning Board held four public hearings on Tuesday night for three residential and one commercial project in the Village. The first involved an application for a home business on Mill Street. M&T Bank was next with a […]

Sportsman Rendezvous

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Sportsman Rendezvous Next Weekend at The Catt. County Fairgrounds    Next weekend, August 11-13 the Sportsman Rendezvous will take place at the Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds. Vendors will be dealing in outdoor living items including guns, ammo and black powder supplies, archery equipment, trapping and fishing gear, birdhouses, alpaca socks and assorted antiques will be on […]