VOLUME 6 ISSUE 41
OCTOBER 12 - 18, 2017
This weekend marks the peak of the season as the leaves on the trees boats brilliant shades of gold, crimson, copper and more before they fall to the ground. Grab your camera and plan to take in some fresh air as you enjoy the sights and sounds that make autumn in Western New York so memorable. Don’t know where to begin? How about right here in Ellicottville with a view from above? Enjoy the last weekend of chairlift rides at Holiday Valley. Ride the Spruce Lake chair to the top, enjoy the view and either ride the chair down or hike around the lake then take the 1.25 mile Orange Trail back to the base. Rides are offered from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Oct. 15. Tickets are $7, children age 2 and under are free. If you want to be actually touching the leaves, make your plans for Sky High, where you can climb through the trees, fly down the mountain or zipline your way through the color in the Climbing Forest, Mountain Coaster and Aerial Park, open through Oct. 30. For more info, visit www.holidayvalley.com. Enjoy a hidden gem and take time out to explore Nannen Arboretum, in the heart of the village, which offers paved and stone paths for leisurely strolls. Nearby Griffis Sculpture Park displays fall’s hues and more than 250 gigantic artistic sculptures on hillsides, in fields and in the forest. Surround yourself by nature and art at the largest park of its kind in the country. Allegany State Park provides guests with more than 65,000 acres of leaf peeping paradise along lakes, hiking/biking trails and at special vantage points like the Stone Tower with great views. Rock City Park wows visitors with a spectacular panoramic view high above the treetops, providing a gorgeous view of the rolling hills and valley housing the city of
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Weekend Chairlift Rides Spruce Lake, Holiday Valley October 28 EVL Half 5K and Half Marathon November 4 Christkindlmarket St.Paul’s Ellicottville November 4-5 East Otto Country Associates Open House November 10-11 Holiday Valley Beer and Wine Festival November 19-20 CCAC Winter Arts Festival, Holiday Valley November 24-26 Christmas in Ellicottville
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Fall at Allegany State Park
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 for a bit longer, and even after that, you can make plans to stay in the park at one of hundreds of heated cabins or cottages. For campers, fall’s shorter days translate into earlier nighttime activities. Driving around the park with a bright See Allegany State Park page 3
Welcome Enix Salon: Living Aveda
By Caitlin Croft
It seems every time you turn around, there is a new business coming to this great Village of Ellicottville. Yet again, we find two more entrepreneurs who are eager to make their mark here with Enix Salon. Trina Phillippi and Hannah Clark are bringing a new wave to the beauty industry. “We like to think of ourselves as Hair Artists as opposed to a Hair Stylist,” Phillippi tells me. “We are an Exclusive Aveda Salon and have been trained in the ‘Aveda Way.’” The more digging I have
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December 2 CCAC 5x7 Arts for Everyone, Allegany December 2 Christmas Stroll & Living Nativity
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Bertrand Chaffee Hospital has announced that it has added 3D mammography, also called digital tomosynthesis, to services provided in its Imaging Department. “The actual ‘3-D’ part of the mammography is a software upgrade,” said Lisa Smith, Imaging Department Manager.
“There was an intensive period where the software was installed and tested and our staff received training on the new protocol.” Bertrand Chaffee Hospital converted to a digital mammography system in 2012, with significant support from community donations and a
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The Public House of Ellicottville Gets Sign Approval By Caitlin Croft
The October meeting of the Village Planning Board (VPB) opened their meeting with an addition to the agenda, a Hanging Sign Application for a new project at 24 Monroe Street.
Next, the VPB made a motion to approve the minutes of the September meeting. There was a second and they were approved. In New Business, the Edge Hair Salon has put in an application for a new Canopy
Sign over the entrance to the salon. It is a new 26-squarefoot canopy that cannot be approved by the Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) and must be approved by the VPB. Village Planner advises
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Baking and Decorating with Apples By Mary Heyl
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Although apples are a delicious treat any time of the year, there’s something about fall that makes them taste even better, and it’s not just your imagination! September and October are prime apple picking months, and like all produce, apples taste best when they’re in season. With colder
temperatures and the holiday season on the way, sweet apple desserts are probably on your mind, but there’s a lot of other fun ways to enjoy the official fruit of New York State. That’s right, the apple is New York’s official fruit, and for good reason! New York is one of the largest apple producing See Celebrate Fall page 5
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The Ellicottville Times has been acquired by Bradford Publishing Co., according to a joint announcement made by Jennie Acklin, publisher and owner of the Times and John H. Satterwhite, president and CEO of Bradford Publishing. The Times will continue to publish weekly in Springville under the direction of Acklin, along with its sister publication, the Springville Times. The publications will now have access to an expanded footprint that includes the Olean Times Herald, The Bradford Era, The Salamanca Press, the Cattaraugus County Pennysaver, the Dunkirk Pennysaver and several other publications . “We are delighted to include such quality publications as The Times to our group and plan to continue the tradition started by Jennie Acklin,” Satterwhite said. James G. Bonn, chief operating officer of Bradford Publishing, will be responsible for overseeing operations of the Times as well as all other group publications. “The importance of continuing what Jennie Acklin has started cannot be understated here,” Bonn said. “Her commitment to producing a free community newspaper in the fashion she has matches closely to that of Bradford Publishing. I look forward to working with her to continue to grow our customer base for both our readers and our advertisers.” Bonn said the acquisition of the Ellicottville Times and the Springville Times publications, along with the Dunkirk/Fredonia and the Silver Creek/Gowanda Pennysavers, will combine with the Olean Times Herald, The Bradford Era, The Salamanca Press, Cattaraugus County Pennysaver and the Moneysaver Guide and News, “to offer our advertisers a truly wide reach to readers and advertisers in the region.”
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light is always a hit, and entails shining a spotlight (found at any sporting goods store) into open areas of the park in the hope of spying some nocturnal ASP critters. Of course, there’s nothing like sitting around a warm fire when the air is crisp. Be sure stock up on s’more supplies and send the kids out looking for the perfect marshmallow roasting sticks. Now’s a great time to experiment with s’mores, too, as the Halloween candy is taking over the store shelves. Trick-or-treat size candy bars make the perfect substitute for the traditional chocolate bars. Visit www.reserveamerica. com to make your reservations. If you don’t feel like cooking, grab a bite to eat at the Park Restaurant, located inside the Red House Administration Building. The restaurant offers a variety of fare, including their famous Friday fish fry and Sunday breakfast buffet. Red House Lake has been lowered recently in order to make way for dam improvements, but Quaker Lake is still open for recreational activities like kayaking and fishing. Hiking in the fall is breathtaking, and no trip to the park is complete for us without at least one hike on a marked trail. Pick up a park map at either rental office, and select a trail that’s right for you. A
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ASP Rt. 3 at Science Lake, at 10 a.m., and to come dressed for the weather. In the evening, head to the Quaker Bath House for some great music by the fire. Local musician Paul Crawford will be performing, in what will be one of the last events for the season in the new lakeside room. Crawford is a semiprofessional musician in Western New York. He has been playing contemporary and classic rock, contemporary country, and some originals for over 25 years. This free “By the Fireside” event takes place on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more information call (716) 354-9101 ext. 236 or visit the park’s Facebook page. Whether you go to check out the leaves, get some exercise or be one with the great outdoors, a visit to ASP is a great way to spend a fall day or weekend!
Andy Wahlberg, also known as “The Harp Guitar Guy,” has been playing the guitar for 40 plus years. On Friday, October 20, he will bring his musical talents, as well as his harp guitar, and perform at Springville Center for the Arts. Doors open at 7 p.m., the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Wahlberg performs a variety
of music from rhythm and blues to folk and pop, without a definitive label and all interpreted through the lens of the harp guitar. Sharing the stage with groups like Chicago, Spyro Gyra, and Hall and Oates, Wahlberg has performed in over 3,000 concerts. With his experience, Wahlberg was described by The Ithaca Times
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done, I found out that Aveda is quite the company, and Phillippi and Clark fully embrace the concept of the brand. Aveda is a 100 percent wind powered company and their products are 98-99 percent plant based. They are actively involved in many global outreach programs such as bringing clean water to the people of Uganda and an evolving 10-year relationship with the Audubon Society and its #plantsforbirds campaign, which encourages guests to plant native plants to create habitats for birds, butterflies and bees. “This is what sets us apart from other products in the beauty world,” Phillippi states. Aveda is also partnered with the Global Green Grants Fund and the Environmental Advocates of New York. By looking at the sleek clean bright space, I started to understand what they mean – your haircut or color should be an experience, where you leave feeling changed. They want to spread the message of Aveda one beautiful cut or color at a time. “We want you to feel good and look good, if you can cultivate a connection with a client and in turn make them feel better about themselves, everyone wins,” says Clark. One of the best things they told me was their colors are unique
to you and there are rarely any two formulas that are the same, making this process completely tailored to you and your hair needs. This powerhouse team chose Ellicottville because they felt the community better embraced their ideals and the overwhelming sense of community is what drew them to us. They used to work for another larger Aveda Salon and felt they didn’t get the same small town feel they sought after. They are coming in with a solid clientele base and are excited to expand it. “Ellicottville was a central location for our current clients; that was another bonus!” Clark exclaimed. Currently, the ladies sell hair products in the store, but they can order any Aveda products
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you want and hope to one day branch into Make Up and Skin Care. Their services include Cuts, Styling, Blowouts, Facial Waxing, Color Services such as Full Color, Highlights, Low Lights, Balayage, Ombre and Hair Painting. They also do Botanical Hair Therapy Treatment and Pramasana Scalp Treatment. You can find out more about them on their Facebook and Instagram Pages; Enix Salon and @enixsalon respectively. “We are so excited to finally be open, it has been a great first week!” Phillippi tells me. Also, please note their evening hours fill up fast so be sure to book in advance. They can be found at 5 E. Washington Street, next to EVL Ink and EVL Cheese. You can make an appointment in person Tuesday 3 – 8 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. They can be reached at (716) 699-1108. At the end of the interview, a giant grin came across Clark’s face. This is when she asked me if she could do a Chakra Reading and Aromatherapy. “This is something we do for each of our clients and the end of a session.” The process was unique and left me breathing lighter, so I clearly booked an appointment for this week. If you are in search of a new salon or want to try something different during your vacation in Ellicottville, you must stop in to Enix and “Elevate Your Hair.”
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states in the country, second only to Washington State, and grows and markets more commercial varieties of freshmarket apples than any other region in the United States. According to the New York Apple Association, New York has almost 700 growers and over ten million apple trees that produce enough apples each year to bake 500 million apple pies! Maybe baking 500 million apple pies is not on your to-do list this month, but if you are planning a few apple recipes, keep the following tips in mind. Not all apples are ideal for every recipe, although most are good for just plain old eating. When baking desserts with apples, it’s a good idea to select varieties that are known for their crispness and firm texture so that they don’t become mushy when baked. Of course, Granny Smith apples are known for these qualities as well as their tart flavor, but there are other delicious New York varieties that are known for their crispness and slightly tart flavor such as Cortlands, Galas, Romes and Crispins. If you didn’t get a chance to eat all your apples before they got soft, it’s no problem! Save these overripe apples for apple sauce, which is even more delicious when you combine a few different apple varieties. If you’re shopping for apples specifically to make sauce, go for McIntosh apples, which cook down quickly and have that classic sweet/tart flavor! Simply peel and core your apples (5 or 6 pounds for a large batch of sauce) and chop into somewhat even 1 to 2 inch pieces for even cooking. Add a cup of liquid (water, apple
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The September meeting of the East Otto Town Board was called to order at 6:00 PM by Supervisor Ann Rugg on Tuesday September 12, 2017. A motion was made by Dave Forster and seconded by Sid Barber to approve the new town hall use application that was presented by the town clerk. Forster, Spors, Barber, Poch and Rugg were in favor. Motion carried Highway: Tom asked the board for the ok to get bids on a new pressure washer. The igniter is bad on the current pressure washer and due to the age of it he is unable to get parts for it anymore. Ann stated she would look at the OGS website to see if any are available there. Tom would like to put an addition on the back of the highway garage for the 550. It currently is kept in cold storage next to the salt bin. He said the highway employees could do the labor.Ann told Tom to do a plan drawing with estimate and check with CEO on building codes. Tom told the board of the 2008 Peterbilt emission problems.
The cost of a new 10 wheeler is approximately $225,000 and the cost of a single axle is approximately between $170,000-200,000. Dave asked about the box and plow being good enough to put on a new chassis. Ann told the board that shared services had been ratified by all the town supervisors. She received a quote from Mega on KW cost. She told the board that Dennis Young was applying for a justice grant for exterior lighting and fire resistant file cabinets. She stated that the town’s share of second quarter sales tax is $60,250. This has increased since it is based off the town’s tax base and the town is now at 100 percent tax base. A motion was made by Dave Forster and seconded by Sid Barber to stay with Consellation Energy until 2020. Forster, Spors, Barber, Poch and Rugg were in favor. Motion carried Town clerk: Read a thank you card from the East Otto United Methodist Church
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regarding the chicken BBQ held at the town hall. Told the board of the donation received from Jim and Shirley Ellis for use of the town hall. Spoke to the Board of Elections in regards to the out dated voting machine. Read resignation letter from planning board chairman Carol Dill. Jeff Russell will finish the year as chairman. Discussion took place in regards to planning board duties and salaries. CEO Report: Jeff completed 8 inspections, issued 4 permits issued 2 violation notices, and answered 16 phone calls. Jeff attended court for 1 violation. Public Comment: Mark Westfall had questions regarding social security. Ann will check on this for him. Mike Poch and Bill Spors will perform an audit on Justice Dennis Young’s books. A motion was made by Mike Poch and seconded by Sid Barber to adjourn at 7:40 PM. Forster, Spors, Barber, Poch and Rugg were in favor. Motion carried. Deanna Bowen Town Clerk
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Are you spending hours working out every week, and not getting the results you want? Chances are you might have a bad habit or two when it comes to exercising. Never fear, there’s a quick fix for even the most ingrained workout no-no’s. Check out these five workout habits you should drop: Not only will ditching these help you lose the pounds, they will help you become a more efficient exerciser. 1) Too much cardio. Too little strength training. But cardio burns more calories, right? Not so fast. Sure, an hour on the treadmill gives you that instant satisfaction of burning 400 calories, or so that little blinking screen says. A quick strength training or cross training session, however, will
get your heart rate up, burn calories, and develop your lean muscle mass. Building muscle means that those muscles are able to work throughout the day, burning more calories when you aren’t working out. 2) Working out for long periods of time at a moderate pace. When it comes to working out, slow and steady does NOT win the race. Maximize your time, people! Instead of working out for an hour at an easy-to-moderate intensity level, step it up a notch. Challenge yourself to 30 minutes of nonstop, intense exercise. You can take 15- to 30-second breaks, but move quickly from one workout to the next. Give it 100 percent for 30 minutes, instead of 75 percent for an hour 2) Hydrating with sports drinks. Sports drinks may give
you a boost, but are full of sugar and calories. During any given daily workout, hydrating with plain old water should do the trick just fine. If you feel tired during your workout, try fueling before. Eating a healthy snack 45 minutes before your workout can give you more energy, and allow you to skip the Gatorade. 3) Doing the same exercises over and over again. When you do the same workout routine over and over, your body gets used to it and it becomes easier. The Stairmaster might have been challenging at one point, but pretty soon your muscles become familiar with that motion. Your body only uses half the energy to complete this task that at one point had you huffing and puffing your way to the locker room. Mix it up. By changing your workouts daily you will trick your body into working harder and burning more calories. It will also save you from boredom! 4) Going it alone. Working out alone can be great. It gives you time to clear your mind, listen to music, and feel the burn. However, sometimes it takes a workout buddy to hold you accountable. Working out with a partner not only makes it more likely that you’ll work out, it makes most people try harder than they would on their own. Your partner can cheer you on to finish that last half mile or to finish those last four deadlifts.
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PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the fiscal affairs of the Ellicottville Central School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2016 and ending on June 30, 2017 have been examined by the accounting firm of R.A. Mercer and Co., P.C. and that the report of examination prepared by the accounting firm of R.A. Mercer and Co., P.C. has been filed in my office where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Pursuant to section thirty-five of the general municipal law, the governing board of the Ellicottville Central School District, may, in its discretion, prepare a written response to the report of examination prepared by the accounting firm of R.A. Mercer and Co., P.C. and file any such response in my office as a public record for inspection by all interested persons not later than Monday, January 2, 2018- (90 days after presentation of report to board). Melissa Sawicki, District Clerk Ellicottville Central School District 5873 Route 219, Ellicottville, New York 14731 THE ELLICOTTVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL District Board of Education Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 17, 2017 has been canceled. The next regularly scheduled meeting will be on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the High School Library. The Board will hold a retreat on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 6:00 pm at Ellicottville Central School. TOWN OF EAST OTTO The preliminary budget meeting for the Town of East Otto, will be held on October 24, 2017 at 6:00 PM at the Town Hall. By order of the East Otto Town Board Deanna Bowen, Town Clerk
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all standards have been met. The canopy will not be within 1 foot of the road, will be over 8.5 feet from the ground, content standards met and text needs to be under 8 inches. There is one extra condition that has been added and that is the light under the canopy must be aimed down toward the door and step and not outwards to illuminate the canopy. VPB made a motion to approve the canopy with the Village Planners conditions, there was second and it was approved. Next was an amendment to the Architectural Design Review of PB-2017-10 – 20 Fillmore Drive. The windows
are now going to be white rectangular double hung instead of arched. The window on the garage will also now be white rectangular and there will not be a door on the front of the garage. One light has been added to the back of the house and two added to the front. This is a Type 2 Action under State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) and does not need to undergo the SEQR review process. There is also no County Review. There was a motion to approve the Amendment per the Village Planners Conditions and as they are shown on the new plan. There was a second and
the VPB approved. Last, a new restaurant is coming to the village, The Public House of Ellicottville, applied for a Hanging Sign. All criteria has been met and the sign is 26’ x 24’, will be 10 feet off of the ground and must be constructed as shown in the plans which the CEO will enforce. The VPB made a motion to approve the sign with the previous conditions, there was a second and the VPB approved. The next meeting of the Village Planning Board will be held at 5:30 at the Village Hall on Nov. 14, 2017.
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New Rotary Club members are always welcome – come to a meeting and see what it’s all about. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Ellicottville American Legion on Maples Road.
Adorable and Adoptable Woody is a cute little fella! He is a small Min Pin mix guy. He is fostered with other dogs and cats. He is also fostered around a lot of children.
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Fall Book Sale Our annual fall Book Sale is currently underway and will remain up until mid-October. Need a gift for someone? We have plenty of great fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. There are beautiful coffee table books too! Book Club meets the 1st
Wednesday of the month at 1:30 pm. The November 1st book is “I am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai. Contact Joyce Evans at 474-7679 for more information. New members are always welcome to join this relaxed and informal group! Seasonal Felted Décor Come join instructor Cathy Lacy on Tuesday, November 14th from 6 to 8 pm for this class. There will be time to make several felted ornaments,
animals, pins, etc. Class size is limited and is available for adults and children over age 10. Please call the library at 699-2842 to register. Adult Coloring – come join Cathy Lacy for a relaxing, stress free, creative break in your day! Every Tuesday from 2 pm to 3 pm at the Ellicottville Library. Free program, all supplies provided. Bring Out Your Inner Child!!! Knitting (& crochet) Club – The Knitting Club meets on Mondays at the Library. The next two meetings are October 16th and 23rd from 6-8 pm. All abilities welcome – just bring some yarn and your needles! Story time is every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. www.ellicottvillelibrary. org – check out our newly designed website for more information on new arrivals of books, coming events and classes, and browse the system catalog for books, eBooks and movies.
‘Don’t Let Go’ by Harlan Coben
Suburban New Jersey Detective Napoleon “Nap” Dumas hasn't been the same since senior year of high school, when his twin brother Leo and Leo’s girlfriend Diana were found dead on the railroad tracks—and Maura, the girl Nap considered the love of his life, broke up with him and disappeared without explanation. For fifteen years, Nap has been searching, both for Maura and for the real reason behind his brother's death. And now, it looks as though he may finally find what he's been looking for. When Maura's fingerprints turn up in the rental car of a suspected murderer, Nap embarks on a quest for answers that only leads to more questions—about the woman he loved, about the childhood friends he thought he knew, about the abandoned military base near where he grew up, and mostly about Leo and Diana—whose deaths are darker and far more sinister than Nap ever dared imagine. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. It is also available as a large print book using our interlibrary loan program. Don’t forget, you can access over 15,300 eBooks and eAudiobooks using your library card!
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Oct. 14 Night at the Races St. Al’s, Springville. Fund raiser for Spirngville Youth Inc. syionline.org
Oct. 14 Spooktacular Family Fun Day at the Seneca Iroquois National Museum Kid’s Crafts, Food & Craft Vendors & the Annual Scary Stories in the Museum! Scary Stories 3-5pm. Contact Jennifer Jimerson for more information, 716-945-1760 or email@example.com Free Admission on this Day! Oct. 16 CCAC 19th Anniversary Party Come help the Cattaraugus County Arts Council (CCAC) celebrate their 19th anniversary and thank the volunteers! Light snacks, cake and beverages will be served at the CCAC studio, 100 West Main Street, Allegany 6-7:30 p.m. (716) 372-7455 Oct. 21-22 5th annual WILMA (We Invite Local Manufacturers & Artisans) Expo Want to think and act local? Invest in your own communities’ people and businesses? Show your support by coming to the 5th annual W.I.L.M.A. (We Invite Local Manufacturers & Artisans) being held at the Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds. 716-938-2318
Oct. 21 3rd Saturday Trek at Allegany State Park Participants will be taken on an interpretative hike through the ruins around Science Lake in Allegany State Park. Much of the hike will be around the old “Buffalo Science Camp” or as many people referred to it as “the School in the Forest”. Attendees are asked to meet at the Science Lake parking area (program site 40), located on ASP Rt. 3 at Science Lake, at 10:00am, and to come dressed for the weather. www.facebook.com/ alleganystatepark Oct. 21 Music by the Fireside at Allegany State Park
Paul Crawford performs at Quaker Bath House, 7 to 8:30 p.m. (716) 354-9101 ext. 236 or AlleganySP@parks.ny.gov. Oct. 22 Cyclocross at HoliMont
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Nov. 10-11 Beer and Wine Festival 2017 Brew master Dinner Nov. 10 and the Beer and Wine Festival Nov. 11 www.holidayvalley.com Nov. 18 Cattaraugus County Arts Council Winter Arts Festival This is the ideal setting for visitors to begin their holiday shopping. The sale will be in the Holiday Valley Lodge. Paintings, prints, photographs, pottery, jewelry, and fiber arts are a few of the many original artworks that will be for sale at this juried exhibition and sale. Shoppers are eager to meet the artists in person and find unique holiday gifts for family and friends. Hours are 11-6. Nov. 24 Target Opening Day, Holiday Valley Nov. 24-26 Christmass in Ellicottville wwww.ellicottvilleny.com Weekends Chairlift Rides to Spruce Lake at Holiday Valley www.holidayvalley.com Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street 2017 Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings only. www.NightmareHayride.com
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18 GREER HILL HoliMont family retreat. Walk to slopes or Village. Furnished 10+ BR/5.5 BTH. 3 car garage. B482702 $850,000
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SALES DIRECT 7054 HIGH MEADOWS 5 BR/3.5 BTH chalet with panoramic views on 6+ acres only min. to E’Ville. Attached 3 car garage. B489053 $474,900
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Oct. 30 is the final deadline for artists to apply for a vendor booth at the 3rd Annual Winter Arts Festival in Ellicottville. The event is Saturday, Nov.18 and will be an ideal opportunity for artists to sell their work and visitors to begin their holiday shopping. This juried arts festival of fine art and artisan works is produced by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council. Paintings, prints, photographs, pottery, jewelry, and fiber arts are a few of the many original artworks that will be for sale. The sale will be on the first floor of the main lodge at the Holiday Valley Resort overlooking the ski slopes in Ellicottville. Shoppers will be able to visit with artists to learn more about their work and purchase beautiful one-of-
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$249,900 Walk to Sunset Chairlift!
Move right in to this furnished midlevel end unit townhouse in desirable HoliMont location, with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, ﬁreplace, priced to move!
$425,000 The view to die for!
Astounding views from this 3+ BR/ 2 BA immaculate chalet, wrap around porch, newer heated barn on 12 acres for 4 seasons, mins to town!
$385,000 Four doors from HoliMont chalet!
This 3 BR/ 2.5 BA chalet offers walk to the slope convenience without the hefty price tag, meticulously maintained
$529,000 Fabulous HoliMont Chalet!
Incredible slope views in this stunning 5 BR/ 3.5 BA chalet – professionally decorated on 5 acres with pond, with Finger Lakes trail above!
$568,000 Upscale Village Condo
Enjoy the sights & convenience of Ellicottville in this 1700 sq ft condo that takes urban sophistication to a whole new level, includes parking!
$1,295,000 Motivated Greer Hill owner!
Over 5000 sf of custom log home, professionally decorated throughout, 5 BR/ 4.2 BA, 2 master suites, wide plank ﬂoors, 2 massive stone ﬁreplaces, multiple decks, hot tub, ski in/ ski out access
$125,900 Motivated Owners!
Set atop a treed knoll, with 7 acres, 5 fenced for horses, charming farmhouse with views, 3 stall barn, 3 BR/ 2 BA, deck, trails!
$279,000 Village new, new price!
Over 2600 sf, 4 BR/ 3 BA, completely updated, hardwood ﬂoors, family room and master bedroom addition, gas ﬁreplace, walk to everything!
Check out our office listings at: www.ellicottville.com Relax with friends and family in 5-Star luxury at the EllicottVillas, Ellicottville’s most popular residential community. These beautiful and spacious Villas designed with open floor plans are the perfect complement to your group’s stay in Ellicottville. Spend a weekend or full week with us. Or become an owner and enjoy this great space while also seeing a return from Ellicottville’s attractive rental market.
Cathy Pritchard: (716) 983-4234 Melanie Pritchard: (716) 480-8409
Off-Season Rental Rates until Dec. 1 Sleeping Capacity up to 14
Book Your Fall or Winter Vacations NOW! Affordable Luxury in the heart of Ellicottville
• 3,300 +/- Sq. Ft. • Perfect Place to Stay for Ski Groups, Wedding Parties, Family & Corporate Retreats • Walking Distance to Village of Ellicottville • One Bedroom Efficiency Rentals also Available
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$249,000 Don’t Blink!
$535,000 Village Oasis
$335,000 New Development!
Completely remodeled end unit across from Holiday Valley. 4/2 featuring lofted master suite. Custom stone ﬁreplace is ideal for gathering after a long day on the slopes.
Every square inch is maximized in this 6/4, 3,800 sq. ft. home. Soak in the four-season views with a cup of coffee from your massive deck. Meticulously maintained making moving in a breeze!
Just before the arboretum you will ﬁnd this new build. Stunning 4/2.1 walking dist. to dinning, shopping & nightlife. 1.2 miles to the ski slopes!
$45,000 Priced to Sell!
$339,000 Location, Location, Location!
$174,900 Private Pond!
For Rental and Sales Information, email@example.com 6394 Route 242 East, Ellicottville, NY
Start your story in this 5/2 “Chaletlier” 10 minutes from all of the action in EVL! Addition allows this well-maintained unit sleep 10+!
Steps to the slopes of HM this 4/2 sleeps 10+! So well thought out for ski life and move in ready. Projector screen in the loft for the ultimate movie nights!
Watch your stress melt away in this resort like 3/2.1 home. Deck overlooks pond with fountain; your oasis 25 minutes to the slopes!
Build your dream chalet! Commanding views, ski in/out, best lot at WestMont Ridge! Easy building, low site costs!
Completely Remodeled! Ski In & Ski Out at Holiday Valley. Slopeside living at its ﬁnest! Your vacation get away & investment property all in one!
$45,000 Sale Pending!
A nice, well cared for, small 2/1 home located on a quiet street in the City of Salamanca. Super cute and so affordable!