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Celebrate Christmas in Allegany State Park

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Photo by Paul Crawford The holidays are fast approaching and there’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by spending some time in Allegany State Park! Join us Saturday, Dec. 2 as we present our first annual “Christmas in the Park.” The fun starts at 1 p.m. in the Red House Administration building. Stop by and hang ... Read More »

Christmas in Ellicottville Nov. 24-26

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By Alicia Dziak The Thanksgiving break is all about family, and after you’ve stuffed yourself with turkey and mashed potatoes, what better way to start the Christmas season than with family in Ellicottville? Ellicottville’s Chamber of Commerce has been hosting “Christmas in Ellicottville” for decades and every year, new events and activities are added to the schedule. The festivities begin ... Read More »

A Very Merry Main Street Nov. 24-25

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By Jennifer Weber Shop small. Support local. Come join downtown Springville on Black Friday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for another festive weekend with friends, food, shopping, and prizes at A Very Merry Main Street. Sure, you can spend your time fighting the long lines at the department stores, but close to home, ... Read More »

Polling Places

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Tuesday, Nov. 7 is Election Day. Below is a list of local polling places. If you’re unsure of your polling place, visit www.elections.erie.gov. COLDEN Colden 1 and 2: Colden Town Hall, 8812 State Road, Colden NY 14033 Colden 3: Colden Fire District, 8511 Center Street, Holland NY 14080 COLLINS Collins 1: Collins Center Fire Hall, 3514 Main Street, Collins Center, ... Read More »

Holiday Valley Beer & Wine Festival Nov. 10-11

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By Alicia Dziak Beer! Wine! Food! Music! While that describes many of the fun-filled weekend in Ellicottville, all the best of the best come together next weekend for Holiday Valley’s 14th annual Beer and Wine Festival, Nov. 10 and 11. Imagine dozens of your favorite craft brews and vinos together all in one place. Sprinkle in some live music and ... Read More »

Last Weekend for Pumpkinville and Nightmare Hayrides

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By Alicia Dziak This weekend is the last of the season to enjoy two popular attractions! Looking for some good, old fashioned fall fun? There’s no better place than Pumpkinville,  located at 4844 Sugartown Road in Great Valley. Pumpkinville is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. but only through Halloween. This year, Universal Pictures has partnered with Pumpkinville ... Read More »

Spooktacular Events for Halloween

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By Alicia Dziak It’s hard to believe Halloween is just around the corner and there are so many fun events leading up to the big day to help you get in the spirit! If you’re looking to stay right here in Springville, take your pick. On Saturday, Oct. 28, enjoy a Trunk or Treat event at Our Savior Lutheran Church. ... Read More »

EVL Half and 5K Returns Oct. 28

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By Alicia Dziak Ready to race, pace and run your way to fun this October? On Saturday, Oct. 28, the EVL Half and 5K makes its way to Ellicottville for the fourth year, and promises to be filled with spook, laughs and memories! “We know that a Half Marathon is not an easy task and we work very hard on ... Read More »

Travel WNY: Haunts in the Southern Tier

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By Alicia Dziak October is a month known for its falling leaves, pumpkins, treats and of course, the spooks. If you prefer a good scare to a kid-friendly environment during this month of thrills and chills, look no further than the Enchanted Mountains region, which has some terrifying fun in store. Looking for a truly scary adventure? Check out Nightmare ... Read More »

Fall at Allegany State Park

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By Alicia Dziak October is a perfect time of year to explore Allegany State Park (ASP), New York’s largest state park. With 65,000 sprawling acres to enjoy, it’s no wonder it’s such a popular destination for so many. The park’s “peak season” has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. The camp sites are still open ... Read More »

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