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Winter Bucket List: Ice Skating in WNY

By Alicia Dziak Winter is in full swing, and it’s time to get out there and take advantage of all the opportunities that come your way this time of year! If ice skating is your thing, or even if you just want to give it a whirl for the first time, there are plenty of cool rinks to choose from. ... Read More »

Your Winter Adventure Starts Here

By Alicia Dziak If it’s wintertime adventure you’re after this January, look no further than practically in your own backyard. With almost unlimited opportunities to explore the great outdoors in and around Springville, it’s time to bundle up, get out there and have some fun! Sprague Brook Park, located at 9674 Foote Road in Glenwood, is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. ... Read More »

Winter Fun at Byrncliff

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Following two warm winters, it looks like this one’s staged to be a memorable one considering the cold start, making Byrncliff Golf Resort & Banquets, a great place to make winter fun and get outdoors. You may know Byrncliff as one of Western New York best public golf resort, with its Route 20A landmark with a Buffalo and flags about ... Read More »

Ring in the New Year!

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By Jennifer Weber Out with the old and in with 2018! No matter if you plan on spending New Year’s Eve with a quiet night at home, a party with friends and family or out on the town at one of the following Western New York celebrations. We wish you and yours a very happy and safe New Year! Enjoy ... Read More »

WNY First Day Hikes

Kick off the New Year in the outdoors with a First Day Hike on Jan.1, 2018! Join one of the 75 sponsored hikes being held at state parks, historic sites, wildlife areas and trails across the Empire State. The guided hikes are being hosted by New York State Parks and the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) as part of ... Read More »

Merry Christmas Break!

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By Alicia Dziak It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The kids (and hopefully adults!) are off until 2018, and it’s time to celebrate the season with endless fun over this holiday break. Hit the slopes! Kissing Bridge is now open. Lifts are spinning and the powder is calling all skiers and snowboarders! Take advantage of 11 Days of ... Read More »

15 New Cottages Being Built at Allegany State Park

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By Alicia Dziak If you’re one of the thousands of people who make Allegany State Park part of your annual vacation plans, your options for staying in the park are about to get even better. Tucked up in the hill behind Quaker Lake, 15 new cottages are under construction in Cain Hollow. “Ten of the 15 foundations have been completed ... Read More »

HV Tubing Opens Dec. 21

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By Alicia Dziak Looking for a guaranteed fun outdoor experience this winter? Check out Holiday Valley Tubing Company! Located just four miles from the resort on Route 242 in Ellicottville, the tubing park offers hours of downhill thrills. All the fun of tubing without any of the work, Holiday Valley Tubing Company (which, according to Snow Tubing Source, is the ... Read More »

Jozwiak’s Light Show Continues to Shine Bright

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By Rich Place For Jim Jozwiak, his abundantly decorated front yard and house are about much more than just a collection of lights community members experience each holiday season. It’s about community. It’s about helping those in need. And it’s about his own life’s journey, most notably in the last couple years. As surely as Christmas falls on Dec. 25, ... Read More »

Kissing Bridge Opens Dec. 15

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By Alicia Dziak The wait is over for skiers and riders! Kissing Bridge will be opening for the season on Friday, Dec. 15 at noon. The beginner area and Holly will be welcoming snowsports enthusiasts from 12 to 10 p.m., with $25 unlimited tickets. (Please note that no lessons will be offered that day.) On Saturday, Dec. 16, normal hours ... Read More »

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