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Meet Your Local Springville Times Team: Jennifer Weber


Jennifer Weber writes a lot of local events and entertainment articles, and also covers Village and SGI board meetings for the Springville Times. Jen lives in the Town of Concord, a short drive from the Village of Springville, with her husband, Charles, their two rescue dogs, Jordan and Harley, four cats and lots of plants. Jen, Who grew up in ... Read More »

SGI Re-elects Duwe as Board President, Votes on Elimination of Two Positions and Staff Retirements

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education met on Tuesday, July 10 for their annual Reorganizational Meeting. Kathy Tucker was voted in as the temporary District /Board Clerk and administered the oath of office to Board Members Daniel Miess and Tyler Sullivan. Allison Duwe was elected President and Jennifer Sullivan was elected Vice-President. The Regular Business Meeting of ... Read More »

Village Board Discusses Public Art Projects with the SCA


By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville Board met on Monday, July 9 and opened with an hour-long presentation and discussion with representatives from the Springville Center for the Arts (SCA) during the public comment period of the meeting. Tracy Maybray, Director of Operations, and Francesca Rosati, Visual Arts Intern, provided the board with a list of potential public art ... Read More »

Zielinski Named Springville Chamber Director

  By Rich Place For Ashley Zielinski, it seems a perfect series of events has paved the way for her to promote Springville in bigger and better ways through new opportunities. Zielinski has recently been putting her marketing degree to use at JD’s Brew Pub, where she works to promote events at the business with the larger goal of bringing ... Read More »

Annie Debuts at SCA May 17


By Alicia Dziak If you agree that you’re never fully dressed without a smile, turn-your-frown-upside-down moments are guaranteed at the Springville Center for the Arts’ upcoming production of Annie! Making its way to Springville May 17-27, the story follows the familiar story of little orphan Annie, who is chosen to stay at billionaire Oliver Warbuck’s mansion for the holidays. She ... Read More »

Springville Chamber Hosts Small Business Summit


By Jennifer Weber The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Small Business Summit with New York State Senator Patrick M. Gallivan on Thursday, May 3 at the Springville Country Club. Senator Gallivan represents the 59th District in the New York State Senate which covers parts of Erie, Wyoming, Livingston and Monroe Counties and serves on the Senate’s Commerce, ... Read More »

Earth Day Events


By Jennifer Weber After the very long, seemingly never-ending winter in Western New York, let’s turn our sights to spring and the outdoors as we celebrate Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 27. Plant a tree! Plant a garden! Take a walk in the park and clean up litter along the way. Find a trail to ... Read More »

Happy Spring Break!


By Alicia Dziak Spring break is here, which means the kids are off, the Easter Bunny is coming, and if you’re not heading south, it’s time to enjoy your “staycation” right here in Springville and Western New York! March 30 and 31, and April 1 are all about Easter. The Lenten season is a perfect excuse to grab a fish ... Read More »

Springville Center for the Arts Ready for Busy Spring


The Springville Center for the Arts (SCA) has many activities planned for the upcoming months. Mark your calendars to attend one or all of the workshops and performances. Vintage Fabric Journals April 7 If you dig deep into your linen closet or cedar chest, do you have a cherished piece of clothing? Whether it is a wedding dress, a christening ... Read More »

Traditions Continue at the Broadway Market


By Jennifer Weber Across Western New York, many people take an annual pilgrimage during the Easter Season to the Broadway Market located in the heart of Buffalo’s Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood. While many visit to pick up their annual butter lamb, fresh Polish sausage and pierogies, a bunch of pussy willows and maybe a few painted wood eggs, the market has so ... Read More »

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