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The Summer Bucket: List Farm Stands


By Jennifer Weber Buy local. Eat fresh! No problem. One of the many perks of living in the Springville area is the endless supply of fresh produce available. And while the very tastiest ear of corn, crispiest, crunchy cucumber or juice-dripping-down-your-face tomato is the one grown in your very own garden, that little farm stand up the road on the ... Read More »

The Summer Bucket List: All Aboard Area Boat Rides


By Jennifer Weber You’ve surely heard the buzz about the waterfront renaissance in Buffalo and if you haven’t had a chance to experience it firsthand why take a backseat view and just read about it? Head down to Central Wharf at Canalside, 44 Prime Street, Buffalo, NY to climb aboard the Spirit of Buffalo! The options available include something for ... Read More »

The Summer Bucket List: Historical Events in WNY


By Jennifer Weber You don’t need a flux capacitor to go back in time and experience history. This month, right here in Western New York, there are so many options available for you and your family to explore. Also, here’s a personal inside scoop from one of those crazy historical reenactors (my husband and I do Revolutionary War and French ... Read More »

Summer Bucket List: Classic Car Shows


By Jennifer Weber As the wifey of a proud owner of a 1972 Dodge Challenger, I’ve become accustomed to the ogling of the pretty, pretty car, who I lovingly refer to as “The Mistress” and the endless conversation and intrigue that surrounds her whenever taking a ride to town to grab dinner or entering her in a cruise night or ... Read More »

The Summer Bucket List: Celebrate National Ice Cream Month!


By Jennifer Weber “I scream, you scream…” you know what comes next, we all scream for ICE CREAM! And since July just happens to be National Ice Cream Month, what better time to get outside and discover a new place to sample your favorite flavor. Or even better, visit one of your old favorite places in town and try out ... Read More »

SGI Board Reorganizes for 2017-2018 School Year

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Board of Education met on Tuesday, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. for the 2017-2018 Board Reorganizational Meeting where Allison Duwe was voted in as President and Jennifer Sullivan was voted in as Vice-President. Other officers approved include Kathy Tucker, District Clerk; Maureen Lee, Deputy Treasurer; and Marylynn Reeves, Tax Collector. The 2017-2018 SGI Board of ... Read More »

The Summer Bucket List: Outdoor Theater


By Jennifer Weber Act One: Browse through our list of outdoor theater performances around town and in Western New York. Act Two: Pack a picnic dinner, perhaps a bottle of wine and most importantly blankets (one for sitting and one for cuddling under after the humidity clears and temperatures cool and enjoy some open-air Shakespeare. (And if you aren’t a ... Read More »

2017 Springville Area Chamber Of Commerce Scavenger Hunt

The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 3rd Annual Community Scavenger Hunt from Friday, July 21, 9 a.m. – Friday, July 28, 5 p.m. Our scavenger hunt requires participants to visit participating Chamber Member Businesses in Arcade, Boston, Chaffee, Colden, Collins, East Concord, East Otto, Glenwood, Gowanda, Sardinia, Springville and Yorkshire Individuals, pairs, teams, and families are ... Read More »

Catch an Outdoor Movie This Summer


By Jennifer Weber As with most events in Western New York in the summertime, there’s never a lack of options available for entertainment. For those who love movies, there’s nothing like a nostalgic, memory-making night under the stars at one of the area drive-in theaters. Head to the nearby Delevan Twin Drive In, at 11771 Route 16 in Delevan, and ... Read More »

SGI Board Accepts Vote Results

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Institute School held its monthly board meeting on Monday, June 12 at 7 p.m. and voted to accept the results of the May 16, 2017, Annual School Budget Vote and Board Member Election. The Board passed a bond resolution authorizing the President of the Board of Education to delegate the power to issue bond anticipation ... Read More »

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