Photo by Kellen M. Quigley
Officials from the village of Springville and town of Concord recently voiced support for the revamping of the outdoor summer concert series with the Springville Center for the Arts, which could be held in Heritage Park starting this year.

Spirit of Spring Brook, a kinetic wind sculpture by local artist Tim Hare, will be officially presented to the residents of Springville at 1:30 p.m. July 27 in Heritage Park during the Springville Country and Blue Grass Festival.
The placement of the sculpture in Heritage Park conveys the importance of Spring Brook, which is the namesake of the village incorporated in 1834. Spring Brook, which runs through the Springville, was vital to the growth and commercial development of the village.
Today, Spring Brook provides environmental beauty as if flows through Heritage Park, Shuttleworth Park and Springville Youth Incorporated.
Artist Tim Hare and Natalie Brown, director of Arts Service Initiative grants and programming, and a representative of State Sen. Patrick Gallivan will attend the ceremony.
Additionally, the Fiddlers Green Militia, colonial re-enactors who celebrate the pioneer origins of the village of Springville, will participate.
Tim Hare is a resident of Colden and has been creating kinetic wind sculptures for 25 years in Florida and New York state.
The sculpture is funded by the residents of Springville and the NYS Council of the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature, administered by the Arts Services Initiative of WNY.