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Springville Center for the Arts Ready for Busy Spring

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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

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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 »

Two Weekends of Easter Fun

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By Jennifer Weber With the start of spring this week, we can now officially look forward to the upcoming Easter Season here in Western New York.  There are two weekends left to get out and celebrate come rain or snow or sunshine or likely a bit of all three in one afternoon. Take some time to check out a local ... Read More »

Spread Some Irish Cheer! St. Patrick’s Day Events

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By Jennifer Weber Happy St. Patrick’s Weekend! We all know the saying that “Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day,” so time to dig out those bright green outfits from the back of the closet, or this year the green sweaters, hoodies, winter hats and scarves and get out to celebrate! Team Green Beer or Team Stout, it’s a great way to ... Read More »

Village Board Reviews Tentative Budget

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By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville Board of Trustees met on Monday, March 5. Mayor Bill Krebs opened the meeting with a public hearing on the tentative 2018-2019 budget (fiscal year runs June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019). Krebs described the proposed budget as one that will “provide efficient services with a modest cost increase without going over ... Read More »

Laughter is the Best Medicine: Comedy Shows and Clubs

By Jennifer Weber Here in Western New York, we’re almost past those cold, dark and dreary dog days of winter. Spring is around the corner, right? That’s a thought to brighten your day! But it’s not quite time yet, so what to do to help lighten the mood? How about scheduling a little laughter in your life? According to Psychology ... Read More »

Candidates for Village Election Announced

By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20 and started with a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of the Parkland, Fla. school shooting. Administrator Liz Melock announced the following candidates for the upcoming Village election on March 20: William Krebs for Mayor (one term, four years) and Kim Pazzuti, ... Read More »

SGCEF Presents $30,000 Grant to SGI Technology Program

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By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Community Education Foundation (SGCEF) presented the SGI Technology and Engineering Program with a $30,000 grant in support of their purchase of a specialized CNC laser, which will be used across the technology, art and business curriculum at the school. The CNC Laser will allow students to make and prototype their designs to an extremely precise ... Read More »

Happy February Break!

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By Jennifer Weber Here we are in the middle of February and it’s already time for the kids’ winter break. There’s no shortage of activities to participate in throughout Western New York, you just have to decide your preference of indoor or outdoor activities (and make sure the weather cooperates, of course!). Close to home you can enjoy so many ... Read More »

Lions Club Hosts Annual Fundraiser Breakfast Feb. 18

By Jennifer Weber The 55th annual Springville Lions Club All You Can Eat Pancake and Sausage Breakfast will be held on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Springville Volunteer Fire Department on West Main Street in Springville. The cost for adults is $9 and children ages 5 and under are free. “In the past, the Boy Scouts ... Read More »

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