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SGI Officials Visit Washington D.C.

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By RICH PLACE Three administrators from the SGI School District this week made a quick visit to the U.S. Department of Education to participate in a forum dedicated to exploring the way students learn in classrooms across the country. Superintendent Kimberly Moritz, High School Principal James Bialasik and Middle School Principal Shanda DuClon spent a day in the nation’s capital, ... Read More »

Girl Power: Upcoming Events Include Tomahawk Throwing, Mixology, SUP Yoga

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By Alicia Dziak If you’re a woman looking to learn something new, make new friends, reconnect with old friends, or just take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there are some fabulous events coming up in June. Why not take a cue from Mother Nature, where new life is all around us, and breathe some new ... Read More »

A Look Back: Libraries Through the Ages

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By Jolene Hawkins Looking back into the history of the Town of Concord and Village of Springville— when did the libraries get started and where were they? Well, I’m sure that anyone who had a printed book was likely to share it with others.  But what about libraries? From the 1830s  (and this one surprised me), one of the many ... Read More »

Springville Resident to Open Brewery in Ellicottville

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By Alicia Dziak Steelbound Brewery & Distillery, the 5,000 square feet building at 6600 Route 219 in Ellicottville (across from Tim Horton’s), will soon be ready to welcome guests from all over WNY. With an opening day planned for Monday, May 7, Steelbound will offer brews, signature drinks and  fresh food. After some name confusion within the industry, the restaurant/bar ... Read More »

Art Crawl May 5

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For one night each year, Main Street Springville transforms into a sprawling art gallery with musicians and artwork tucked into little niches and alcoves. People of all ages and stripes walk the town in what has become known as the Art Crawl. This free event is fun for the whole family and takes place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, ... Read More »

SGI Sports Schedule

Thursday, April 26 V. Girls Track @ Penn Relays V. Boys Tennis vs. Eden, 4 p.m. Mod. Baseball vs. Depew, 4:30 p.m. Mod. Softball vs. Depew, 4:30 p.m. V. Baseball @ Maryvale, 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 27 V. Girls Track @ Penn Relays V. Boys Tennis vs. Cheektowaga, 4:30 p.m. V. Boys Track @ Dunkirk Invitational, 4:30 p.m. V. Girls ... Read More »

Fiddlers Green Historic District Being Considered for State and National Registry

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By RICH PLACE A fourth historic district in the village — known as the Fiddlers Green Historic District and encompassing a small section of North Buffalo and Franklin streets — will be considered by a state board in mid-June for nomination to the National and State Registers of Historic Places. The consideration comes fresh off the announcement earlier this year ... Read More »

The Buffalo Touch to Perform at Collins Library on April 27

The Collins Library invites the public to kick off its concert series with a performance by The Buffalo Touch from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 27. The Buffalo Touch combines the Slovenian style polka popular in Cleveland and Canada with the Polish style polka from Chicago and the East Coast. The band features Polka Hall of Fame musician Mike ... Read More »

60th Annual Allegany Nature Pilgrimage June 1-3

The Allegany Nature Pilgrimage is an annual outdoor learning experience, now in its 60th year. It combines fun with a variety of nature-oriented activities, centered around Allegany State Park’s Camp Allegany on the Red House side of the park. This traditional weekend of natural history and outdoor education welcomes both the experienced naturalist as well as the inquisitive beginner. Arrive ... Read More »

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