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Local arts, crafts and historical photos on sale at SCA through Dec. 21

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Local art, fine crafts and reprints of historical photographs will be available for purchase at the Springville Center for the Arts through Dec. 21

The Harold L. Olmsted Gallery inside Springville Center for the Arts will be hosting a local art and fine craft sale through Dec. 21. Gift-able artwork and fine crafts showcasing local artists will include paintings, drawings, jewelry, pottery, fiber art and more will be available right off the wall for immediate purchase. A collaboration with the Concord Historical Society, an ... Read More »

Busy “B” features gifts for everyone this holiday season

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Homemade wooden gifts are available this holiday season at The Busy “B” inside of Jenn-Co Construction at 649 East Main St. in Springville, but they’re only open until Christmas and then closed till spring.

By Alex Simmons The Busy “B” inside of Jenn-Co Construction, located at 649 East Main St. in Springville, is now open for the holiday season. “I was sick of seeing scrap wood being thrown away, so instead of throwing it out I would turn it into something beautiful,” said Jennifer Donahue, owner of Jenn-Co Construction and The Busy “B.” The ... Read More »

Concord Country Christmas

On Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Concord Country Christmas will be back in town at the Concord Mercantile/Heritage Building, 17 Franklin St. in Springville. You can pick up some great Christmas cookies starting at 10 a.m. Grab a few dozen and keep them in your freezer until Christmas dinner — if they last that long. We ... Read More »

Celebrate the holidays in Springville this December

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Santa and one of his reindeer are set to return to the Concord Historical Society for the Concord Country Christmas on Dec. 7, one of several holiday events planned in the Springville are in the coming weeks.

By Kellen M. Quigley With Thanksgiving now past, the holiday season is officially here and a variety of festive events will be happening in Springville this December. Before you turn the page on your calendar, holiday events begin Nov. 30 with Very Merry Springville, continuing the two-weekend event that began Nov. 23. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the ... Read More »

Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza opens third location in Gowanda

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Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza has opened a third location at 17 E. Main St. in Gowanda in the former business space of Red’s Drive-In Restaurant.

By Deb Everts Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza has opened a third location at 17 E. Main St. in the village of Gowanda. The popular pizzeria is now open in three convenient locations with the other two in Springville and Ellicottville. The string of pizzerias is owned by Tim and Bonnie Garey of Springville. Their daughter, Tiffany Frentz, who manages the ... Read More »

Honoring veterans at Shuttleworth Park


The village of Springville, town of Concord and the Concord American Legion hosted its annual Veterans Day ceremony Monday at Shuttleworth Park in the village. Along with local officials and area residents, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars posts the Fiddler’s Green Militia were also in attendance and at attention.   Read More »

Springville skate park committee meets on Veterans Day

By Alex Simmons This past Monday, Nov. 11, members of the public were invited to the Concord Town Hall to discuss plans for the new skate park at Heritage Park in Springville. “An informal group of volunteers has been working to partner with the Tony Hawk Foundation, the village of Springville and town of Concord to create a permanent, concrete ... Read More »

What’s happening at the Springville Trading Post

The Trading Post Outreach Center in Springville recently announced upcoming events for November. The Trading Post is open Tuesdays from 1-5 p.m. and Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Tuesday there is donated food from Feeding America at 3 p.m. On Wednesday there is a free community lunch at noon, followed by Feeding America at ... Read More »

Ready for the holidays, Red Barn Christmas Farm begins second year in business

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The Red Barn Christmas Farm in Collins is almost ready for the holiday season with hundreds of trees available for families to have their own tree-finding and tree-cutting adventures.

  By Kellen M. Quigley After 11 years in the works, the Red Barn Christmas Farm in Collins offered the opportunity for families to cut their own tree for the first time in 2018. And after a successful inaugural year, owners Kevin and Connie Ploetz are ready for round two. The tree farm, located on Dupont Road in Collins, is ... Read More »

‘Little Women’ performances begin Nov. 14 at SCA

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Members of the March family, seen here Brady Bunch-style, will deliver a classic tale of the strength of women in the Springville Center for the Arts production of “Little Women.” Performances begin Nov. 14.

By Alex Simmons The March family will be spending some time in Springville this November when a production of “Little Women” is performed at the Springville Center for the Arts. The story is “a classic tale of the strength of women and their ability to be compassionate, resilient, supportive and loving,” Director Rick Manzone states. Set during the Civil War ... Read More »

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