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Candidates for Village Election Announced

By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20 and started with a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of the Parkland, Fla. school shooting. Administrator Liz Melock announced the following candidates for the upcoming Village election on March 20: William Krebs for Mayor (one term, four years) and Kim Pazzuti, ... Read More »

Skelton, Pazzuti, Krebs File Petition for Village Offices


Independent candidates Terry Skelton, Kim Pazzuti, and Bill Krebs filed their petition for Village Offices last week combining efforts in the “For Springville” independent party. This year, there are vacancies in the offices of two trustees and the mayor.  Terry Skelton and Kim Pazzuti are running for terms as Village trustees.  Bill Krebs is running for Mayor. Terry Skelton is ... Read More »

Winter Music Jam Debuts This Weekend


By Alicia Dziak As the mid-winter break comes to an end, the party is just getting started in Ellicottville, with a new music festival coming to the village Feb. 23 and 24. The Winter Music Jam brings a full lineup of live music to the village hot spots. Don’t miss the Strangers and Marshmallow Overcoat at Balloons on Friday, Jeff ... Read More »

April Verch at SCA March 3


Bounce into spring with the lively April Verch, coming to Springville Center for the Arts on March 3.  Verch is a trifecta of talent: she sings, steps and fiddles all at once, with apparent ease and precision. Her live show has been described as a beautiful companion to her music: versatile, robust, and masterfully executed. Verch is best known for ... Read More »

Ellicottville Summer Music Festival Lineup Announced


The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx and the Buffalo Philharmonic will headline the 2018 Summer Music Festival. Join us for Independence Day Weekend, when the first fairway at Holiday Valley’s Double Black Diamond Golf Course becomes one of the best outdoor concert venues in the region. Dennis DeYoung and ... Read More »

Irish Cheer for All Feb. 24


By Alicia Dziak Most of us have heard the saying “Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day” but you don’t have to be Irish to enjoy the holiday, or the sense of community and camaraderie that comes along with celebrating the culture. While St. Paddy’s day is still a few weeks away, you can get a jump on the Irish ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Cut, Color, Style at Cascades


By Carlee Frank According to Good Housekeeping, the average hair cut in New York City costs $73.33. As shocking as that may sound, the average hair cut in Zurich, Switzerland costs $86.71, and $95.04 in Oslo, Norway. Luckily, however, small town residents can leave the salon with a trendy hairstyle without breaking the bank. At Cascades Hair Salon, located at ... Read More »

Moonlight Snowshoe Tour at Griffis Sculpture Park

Showshoe under the moonlight, eat great food and jam out to some fine live music on March 3 at Grifis Sculpture Park.  $50 covers snowshoe rental; some of the best local chili, cookies and snacks; a moonlit snowshoe tour of Sculpture Park; and live music afterward.  During the tour, snowshoers will be stopping at some of the sculptures to learn ... Read More »

Chamber Hosts Monthly Networking Event

Are you looking for a way to get out and meet new people in Springville? Do you want to learn more about getting involved in our community? You’re in luck! The Springville Chamber of Commerce is hosting a monthly networking event, on the last Tuesday of the month from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at various restaurant/bars around town. The next ... Read More »

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