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MARCH 16 - 22 , 2018 www.EllicottvilleTimes.com facebook/theEllicottvilleTimes
VOLUME 7 ISSUE 11 The Ofﬁcial Newspaper of the Village of Ellicottville, the Town of Ellicottville, Ellicottville Central Schools and the Towns of Great Valley, NY and Mansﬁeld, NY
It’s Time for Maple Weekend
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By Deb Everts
If all things maple are your thing, these next two weekends plan to be the “sweetest” of the year. About 150 maple producers from around the state — including a handful in our neck of the woods — will host open houses as part of the 23rd annual Maple Weekend on March 17 and 18 and March 24 and 25. “We enjoy doing the Maple Weekend — it’s nice to see people come back back year after year, and to also see new faces,” said Paul Lesefske, who along with his brother, Dana, operate Maple Glen Sugar House in Gowanda. “Everybody has a little something different to offer, and it’s a great time for families to get out and go to the different places.” The New York State Maple Producers Association, which organizes the weekends, claims Maple Weekend is “agri-tourism at it’s best — come right down to the farm to see the process, smell the delicious smell of maple sap cooking down to syrup and taste many of the maple products made right there on the farm.” Participating farms are expected to be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each of the four days. The following participating maple producers in the Ellicottville area are
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Spread Some Irish Cheer! St. Patrick’s Day Events 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 get out and have some fun with friends to kick off the ofﬁcial spring season. Start out in Ellicottville, where the live music scene is second to none. For the complete schedule of bands all over the Village, check out page A3. Springville is hosting two fun events on St. Paddy's day this year. Saturday, March 17 at 11 a.m., JD's
Brew Pub will be celebrating St Patrick’s Day with delicious traditional corned beef and cabbage and a bunch of Irish drink specials. Later that evening the band “Only Humen” will be playing at 9 p.m. On Saturday, March 17 at 7 p.m. head to the Cordelian Club St. Patrick's Day Celebration at the Springville Volunteer Fire Company, 405 West Main St., Springville. Get out your best green dancing shoes! The annual Cordelian Club dance this year which beneﬁts the Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Foundation is happening on St. Patrick's Day. Tickets to the event are $35 and include beer and wine, food and games, rafﬂes, photo booth and See St. Patrick’s Day page A2
30 Washington to Renovate Exterior By Caitlin Croft
The March 2018 meeting of the Village Planning Board (VPB) opened with a motion to approve the February 2018 minutes; there was a second and they were approved. In Old Business, PB-2017-4 was discussed. This is a Single Family Residence to be located at 27 Adams Street. Single Family Residences are an allowable in the Village Residential District. The front set back has been reduced to 20’ from 25’ with an area variance from the Zoning Board of appeals. Side Variances have been met. This will be 4,513 sq. ft. with an attached
garage and two lock out rooms above the garage. This is a Type 2 Action under the State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR). The two lockout rooms are allowed with a Special Use Permit. The project will undergo Site Plan Review and Architectural Design Review as well. Last month there was concern regarding the drainage plan last month and the VPB wanted the Village Engineer to review the drainage and grading plan. This was done and the Village Engineer determined no further action was needed. There was a motion to determine this is a Type 2 Action under SEQR and no further review was needed; there was a second and it was
approved. There was a motion to approve the Special Use Permit, Site Plan and Architectural Design Review with four conditions; there was a second and they were approved. The VPB rearranged the agenda and moved to New Business regarding 30 W. Washington, where Bike & Bean is located. This is an application for Exterior Renovations and it is subject to an Architectural Design Review and Historical District Review. No public hearing is required as there are no changes to the Site Plan and no Special Use Permit is being applied for. The renovations See Village Planning page A2
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will include moving the door to the center of the storefront. This will change the size of the windows. For the Architectural Design Review, all requirements have been met as there will be no new lighting, no style change, the materials and colors are minimal and the window treatments will be more consistent with the style of the neighboring building. For the Historical District Review, all standards are met and moving the door to the center will revert the storefront to its original character. This is a Type 1 Action through SEQR and no coordinated review is required. There was a motion made for a negative declaration under SEQR and no further action is needed; there was a second and it was approved. There was a motion to approve the Architectural Design Review and Historical District Review; there was a second and they were approved. Next, the Public Hearing for PB-2018-01 was opened. This is an Accessory Apartment at 3 Washington Street. This second-ﬂoor accessory apartment is an allowable use with a Special Use Permit. There will be a 5’ x 5’ concrete pad in the rear on the building where the exterior staircase to the second ﬂoor will land. All Set Backs have been met, building height will not change and there will be a deck on the top of the ﬁrst ﬂoor. Floor to Area Ratios have been satisﬁed and does not exceed 1.5. There is no additional square footage being added. All Architectural Preservation Standards have been met. The changes are keeping with the nature of the structure and does not negatively impact the visual character. The request for to scale drawings for the staircase was satisﬁed. There was no one from the public to comment and one letter was received from John Nelson, an attorney whose ofﬁce is located at 8-10 Washington. The letter was in support of the project. There was a motion to close the Public Hearing; a second and it
was closed. This is a Type 1 Action through SEQR and no coordinated review is required. There was a motion made for a negative declaration under SEQR and no further action is needed; there was a second and it was approved. There was a motion to approve the Site Plan, Architectural Design Review, Special Use Permit and Historical District Review with the condition the ﬁnal drawings to the Code Enforcement Ofﬁcer will depict the railing on the deck; there was a second and it was approved. In other business, the Zoning Amendments and their status with the Village Board was discussed. There was a motion to recommend that they are in agreeance with the Proposed Draft Zoning Amendments dated Feb. 22, 2018; there was as second and it was approved. The Public Hearing for the Proposed Draft Zoning Amendments will be held at the Village Board May meeting. Next, there was discussion regarding a proposed project at 36 Washington, where Madigan’s is located. An exterior renovation that would include a deck off the front of the building that would extend over the sidewalk. The Village Board gave their approval for the deck in the March 2018 meeting pending proper insurance and bond requirements are met. The VPB cannot approve until the Department of Transportation approves the project as the posts would be in their Right of Way. These applications are put in frequently and only seldomly approved. A Site Plan, Special Use Permit, Architectural Design Review and Historic District Review would be required should the applicants move forward with the project. There was a motion to adjourn the meeting; there was a second and the meeting was adjourned. The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Planning Board will take place on April 10, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the Village Hall.
St. Patrick’s Day Continued from front page
Maple Weekends March 18-19 & 24-25
more! Music provided by Tailor Made DJ. And rumor has it there will be a Best Leprechaun Costume contest too! For more information contact Kathy Goodrow at (716) 8638016. Tickets are available at Anything Printed, S&S Taxidermy or from any Cordelian Club member. Now on to the parades. Buffalo has been consistently rated one of the best cities in the Country for our St. Patrick's Day celebrations. If you haven't experienced a St. Patrick's Day parade in Buffalo, you are missing out. Make sure to put this on your bucket list at least once and you'll see why. On Saturday, March 17, 25th Annual "Old Ward" St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at Noon from the Valley Community Center. The Old Ward parade is known to many as the "real" Irish parade in town since the Old Ward neighborhood is where many of WNY's Irish immigrants settled with their families, who still live in the area today. The parade includes over 100 marching units (bands, ﬂoats, social clubs, dancers, family clans, ﬁre and police departments) that meander through the streets including South Park Avenue, Smith Street, Elk Street, Hamburg Street and South Street. Following the parade join everyone, and we mean everyone, at the Valley Community Center, located at 93 Leddy Street, Buffalo
for the traditional grand Irish “Hooley” featuring live music by “Emerald Isle” along with traditional Irish food and drink. Or make some time to grab a bite at one of the many local pubs in the neighborhood, including Gene McCarthy’s, Adolf’s, Blackthorn, Conlon’s & Doc Sullivan’s. For more information visit the Valley Community Center website at www. thevalleycenter.com. On Sunday, March 18 the 78th Annual Buffalo Saint Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off at Niagara Square in front of City Hall at 2:00 p.m. and travels up Delaware Avenue all the way to North Street. If you plan on attending this parade you need to get your spot early and be prepared to wait out in the cold for the parade route to go by! It's a long one. But worth the wait. For more information visit www. buffalostpatricksdayparade. com. For those not willing to brave the long lines or chilly weather, or those who just love good Irish food and Music, you can stop at the Buffalo Irish Center, located at 245 Abbott Road. They'll be serving up a breakfast at 10 a.m. (bangers and mash and black pudding) and open for admission to the St. Patrick's Celebration starting at Noon featuring the band the LeftOvers and Irish dance performances by Clann Na Cara and Rince na Tiarna. For more information visit www.buffaloirishcenter.com.
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open both weekends: • Arcade Center Farm Pancake House, 7298 Route 98, Arcade. Call (585) 492-3821. • Benz’s Sugar Shanty, 12939 Van Slyke Road in East Concord. Call 4322377 or 725-5741 or visit facebook.com/ benzssugarshanty. • Boberg’s Maple, 2298 Edmunds Road, Delevan. Call 378-8736. • Bray Farms, 1597 Bray Road, Arcade. Call (571) 230-4812 or (703) 887-4727. • Fairbanks Maple, 1968 Shaw Road, Forestville. Call 9654208 or 785-2142 or visit facebook.com/ fairbanksmaple;
• Gabel’s Maple Syrup, 3843 Lenox Road in Lawtons. Call 592-5247 or 949-9110 or visit gabelsmaplesyrup.com; • Maple Glen Sugar House, 2266 Gowanda Zoar Road, Gowanda. Call 532-5483 or visit mapleglensyrup.com; • Moore’s Maple Shack and Pancake House, 1044 Galen Hill Road, Freedom. Call 492-2714 or 492-3067 or visit facebook.com/ mooresmaple; • Ploetz’s Maple Syrup, 12955 Dowd Road in Springville. Call 597-7945 or visit facebook.com/ ploetzmaplesyrup; • Sprague’s Maple Farm’s, 1048 Portville-
Obi Rd, Portville. 9336637. • Weber’s Maple, 1241 Davis Road/ Route 240, West Falls. Call 652-2420 or visit webersgardencenter.net. • Wendel’s Maple & More, 12502 Vaughn St. in East Concord. Call 592-2299 or 954-3019 or search “Wendel’s Maple and More” on Facebook; • Wright Farms Inc., 9166 Laidlaw Road, Farmersville. Call 4747474 or 676-9963 or visit wrightfarmsmaplesyrup. com. For a complete map and directions to participating maple producers, visit mapleweekend.com.
Celebrate the Season: All Things Maple
By Mary Heyl
Maple in the Mountain Weekends March 17-18 and March 24-25 Weather permitting, 10:00am-4:00pm
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It’s the ofﬁcial state tree for a reason: the Sugar Maple thrives in New York, one of very few places in the world where these trees can grow. The Native Americans were the ﬁrst ones to discover this sweet resource and taught early settlers how to tap Sugar Maple trees for their sap. Today, New York has the largest population of tap-able maple trees in the country and more than 2,000 maple sugar-makers statewide. You can experience this fascinating and delicious industry yourself during New York’s two Maple Weekend events taking place this weekend, March 1718, and next weekend, March 24 and 25. Take a tour and sample some sweet treats at one of the many local sugar houses, and enjoy making these sweet treats with your fresh supply of local maple syrup! Treat your family, friends or coworkers to a delicious treat: maple cookies! Craig Gund’s recipe showcases that rich, golden maple ﬂavor in a simple recipe that can easily be doubled. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and grease cookie sheets with vegetable oil or cooking spray. In a large bowl, cream 1 cup of softened butter and 1 cup of packed brown sugar. Add 1 egg, 1 cup of real maple syrup and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract; mix well. In a separate bowl, sift together 4 cups of allpurpose ﬂour, ½ teaspoon of salt and 2 teaspoons of
baking soda. Stir into the syrup mixture until well blended. Shape the dough into 1 inch balls and place on a cookie sheet about 2 inches apart and ﬂatten slightly. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes and let cool on a wire rack. Drizzle with a tasty glaze, if you like. Mix together 1 cup of powdered sugar, a few drops of maple extract (to taste) and a tablespoon of milk or more,
to reach desired consistency. Drizzle the glaze on the cooled cookies and enjoy (makes about 5 dozen cookies). Easter is just two weeks away! Be sure to get some maple syrup this weekend to make your Maple-Peach Glazed ham for Easter dinner. This glaze recipe will cover a 7 to 9 pound cooked ham. Cover and bake your ham in a 325 degree oven in a shallow roasting pan. In a small saucepan, mix 2 cups of peach preserves or orange marmalade, ½ cup of real maple syrup, 1/3 cup of orange juice and, for an optional kick, 2 tablespoons of ground ancho chili pepper until well blended. Remove
¾ cup of the mixture for the glaze. After the ham has been cooking for about 2 hours, remove it from the oven and brush with some of the glaze. Bake, uncovered, for 15 to 20 minutes longer, brushing occasionally with the remaining glaze. Bring the remaining preserve mixture in the saucepan to a boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Cook and stir for 1 to 2 minutes or until slightly thickened. Serve as a sauce with the ham. Just like Laura in Little House on the Prairie, you too can have fun making maple syrup snow candy right in your own backyard! Also known as snow taffy, this treat is easy and fun, but does require some adult supervision, as it involves the stove! To get started, ﬁnd an area of clean snow outside and pack down this area so that it is ﬁrm enough to hold the hot syrup. Next, heat 1 cup of 100% pure maple syrup in a small pot until boiling. Once it is boiling, the syrup will start to bubble; keep boiling and check with a candy thermometer until it reaches the “soft ball” stage (235 to 240 degrees). Remove the pot from the heat and head outside! Pour the syrup in lines on the snow. Press a popsicle stick into the syrup and as the syrup is cooling, roll it around the stick to make maple syrup candy pops! You can also pour small puddles of syrup on the snow to make individual pieces of this delicious candy.
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We all know that daily exercise is invaluable to keeping our bodies strong and functional. The old saying, “If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it,” well, turns out that saying is completely true. You may not feel this way in your youth but as you age, the less you do physically, will play a detrimental role in how you age. This being said, starting an exercise program can be challenging. Making the time to exercise, creating a balanced routine, and setting goals are hard enough, but add to that the muscle soreness that comes with adapting to that regimen, and it may be difﬁcult to stay on track. After participating in some kind of strenuous physical activity, particularly something new
to your body, it is common to experience muscle soreness, say experts. “Muscles go through quite a bit of physical stress when we exercise,” says Rick Sharp, professor of exercise physiology at Iowa State University in Ames. “Mild soreness just a natural outcome of any kind of physical activity. And they’re most prevalent in beginning stages of a program.” Exercise physiologists refer to the gradually increasing discomfort that occurs between 24 and 48 hours after activity as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), and it is perfectly normal. “Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a common result of physical activity that stresses the muscle tissue beyond what it is accustomed to,” says David O. Draper, professor and director of the graduate program in sports medicine/athletic training at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. No one is immune to muscle soreness. Exercise fanatics and body builders alike experience delayed onset muscle soreness. But for the deconditioned person starting out, this can be intimidating. So what can you do to alleviate the pain?
“Exercise physiologists and athletic trainers have not yet discovered a panacea for DOMS,” says Draper. “However, several remedies such as ice, rest, anti-inﬂammatory meds, massages, and stretching after your workout have been reported as helpful in the process of recovery. “People don’t stretch enough,” he continues. “Stretching helps break the cycle,” which goes from soreness to muscle spasm to contraction and tightness. However, with the appropriate rest and repair time, your muscles will adapt to the increased load and lead to improved strength and ﬁtness. Plus, just as your muscles adjust and get stronger with each workout, your body’s ability to modulate soreness/inﬂammation within appropriate levels also gets better. This means you can work out harder overtime and recover faster. Your goal should always be to train hard enough to stimulate gains in your ﬁtness level and then to back off and let your body adapt to the gains. Remember— Where there is no struggle, there is no strength. You will NEVER REGRET WORKING HARD!
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March 16 - 22 , 2018
Rotary Club of Cattaraugus County Farmer- EVL Donates to the Ellicottville Neighbor Dinner Historical Society is April 11 in Honor of Bob McCarthy
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The seventh annual Cattaraugus County Farmer-Neighbor Dinner will be held Wednesday, April 11 at the West Valley Fire Hall, 9091 Route 240 in West Valley. The event is a way to bring the county’s farmers and their neighbors together for a night of fellowship and understanding, organizers said, and is also a way for county farmers and businesses to showcase what they have to offer each other. The dinner is prepared from all locally grown items from around Cattaraugus County and surrounding areas. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with agricultural-related exhibitor displays and appetizers. Dinner will begin at 6:45 p.m., followed by presentation of awards to Farm of the Year, Friend of Agriculture and Conservation Farm of the Year. Evening will end with a presentation by Mark Printz from Canticle Farms.
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Reservations for the dinner are due no later than March 23 and can be made by contacting Deb Miller at 938-2318 or by email at deborahmiller@ cattco.org. Cost of the dinner is $20 per person and reservations must be made prior to the event. Any business that wishes to become a sponsor of the event or exhibitor should contact Miller. Also available are Agriculture Advocate Tables, purchase a full table of eight tickets and be recognized in the event program. There are only 320 tickets available. The dinner is hosted by the Cattaraugus County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board, along with the Cattaraugus County Department of Economic Development, Planning and Tourism, the Cattaraugus County Farm Bureau, the Cattaraugus County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board.
Pictured above is Rotary’s Jim Salamone presenting a $250 check to Judy Brown Treasurer of the Ellicottville Historical Society
In honor of our good friend Bob McCarthy, The Rotary Club of Ellicottville, donated $250 to the Ellicottville Historical Society. Bob would always make sure that a portion of the funds raised by Rotary went to the Ellicottville Historical Society. Jim Salamone commented that the Rotary will continue with Bob’s tradition of supporting this great group as we feel it is an integral part of our community. The Ellicottville Historical Society & Museum started in September of 1956 and was formed for the purpose of studying & preserving
the historical record of the Ellicottville and vicinities. The Historical Society holds meetings every second Wednesday evening from May through October on various historical topics. The Rotary is proud to help the society continue to fulﬁll their mission of studying and preserving our local history for generations to come. The Rotary Club of Ellicottville meets at 5:30 p.m. every second Wednesday at the American Legion. We welcome new members and extend an invitation to attend a meeting to get a feel for our mission.
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Tax Forms – We currently have IRS tax forms and booklets as well as NYS forms and instruction booklets. Book Sale - The President’s Day book sale will continue until March 19th and will be open during normal business hours. If you have books to donate to the sale, please hold on to them until May, prior to the Memorial Day Book Sale. Seasonal Felted Décor – This class will be held on Wednesday, April 11th from 6 to 8 pm. 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. Artwork at the Library – currently we have artwork in our gallery area that was created by local painter Miranda Turner. Come check out these beautiful works of art! Seasonal Felted Décor –This class will be held on Wednesday, April 11th from 6 to 8 pm. 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. Book Club - meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 1:30 pm. The April 4th book is
“The Round House” by Louise Erdrich. This is the National “Big Read” book and we will have multiple copies available at the library including unlimited access to the book as an eBook. Contact Joyce Evans at 474-7679 for more information. New members are always welcome to join this relaxed and informal group! 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 meeting is March 19th 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.
“Now That You Mention It” by Kristan Higgins
One step forward. Two steps back. The Tufts scholarship that put Nora Stuart on the path to becoming a Boston medical specialist was a step forward. Being hit by a car and then overhearing her boyfriend hit on another doctor when she thought she was dying? Two major steps back. Injured in more ways than one, Nora feels her carefully built life cracking at the edges. There’s only one place to land: home. But the tiny Maine community she left ﬁfteen years ago doesn’t necessarily want her. At every turn, someone holds the prodigal daughter of Scupper Island responsible for small-town drama and big-time disappointments. But as some relationships crumble around her, others unexpectedly strengthen. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. Don’t forget, you can access over 15,300 eBooks and eAudiobooks using your library card!
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A Calendar of Events for Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities March 17 Cordelian Club St. Patrick’s Day Celebration fundraiser for Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Drinks, food, games, dancing, rafﬂes, music by Tailor Made DJ. 7:00 p.m., $35 at Springville Vol. Fire Hall. Call 863-8016 March 17 Intense Milk Rail Jam at Holiday Valley March 18 Northwind Super G Foxﬁre at Holiday Valley March 18 Colden Fire Company Annual Pancake Breakfast 8am - 1pm Colden Fire Company 8448 Guttenkunst Road, Colden March 17-18 & 24-25 Annual WNY Maple Weekends 2018 What better way to spend a day with family and friends at that at the 22nd Annual Maple Weekend™ on March 17-18 and March 24-25, 2018 from 10am4pm each day presented by
the New York State Maple Producers Association. March 19-25 Twlight Skiing at Holiday Valley March 21 7-9pm Landforms Dance Duo at the Regina A Quick Center All performances are free for St. Bonaventure University students, faculty and staff. For ticket information, call the Quick Center Box Ofﬁce at 716-375-2494.
March 21 The Continental Glacier and Cattaraugus County’ at Nannen Arboretum The Nannen Arboretum Society of Ellicottville, NY is proud to present the ﬁrst of the 2018 educational classes for the general public. For more information on this event please visit http://www. nannenarboretum.org/ March 24 Holiday Valley’s Spring Pond Skimming Party 2018 Sign up to skim across an ice water ﬁlled pond or just
watch, it’s a guaranteed good time. Registration outside Yodeler Lodge starting at 11:00AM, free! For more information on this event please visit 1www.holidayvalley.com April 1 Trout Season Opens Trout Season opens in our area on April 1st! The Enchanted Mountains provides some of the best Steelhead ﬁshing opportunities in the Cattaraugus Creek.
April 1 Sprague’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast with the Easter Bunny For more information on this event please visit http://www. spraguesmaplefarms.com April 8 Kid’s Earth Day Program at Pfeiffer Nature Center Pfeiffer Nature Center is supported by United Way funding. Pfeiffer Nature Center where science, art & nature come together. For more info. on this event please visit http:// www.PfeifferNatureCenter. org
If you have an event for our community calendar, Please email Alicia@ellicottvilletimes.com or call (716) 699-4062.
March 16- 22, 2018
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Film Shot Locally to Debuts Trailer, Release Later This Year A sci-ﬁ thriller shot across the Southern Tier has ﬁnished ﬁlming and will be released in theaters some time this year, the independent ﬁlm company behind the movie has announced. Produced by Overachiever Entertainment,“Hollow’s Ridge” shot last year in places like Allegany, Olean, Ellicottville and Great Valley, including a scene at Elmer’s Smoke Shop on South Nine Mile Road. The ﬁlm is based on Native American folklore. The ﬁlm’s ﬁrst ofﬁcial teaser and trailer debuted Saturday at Hollow’s Ridge The Movie’s Facebook, Instagram, IMBD and Youtube pages. Overachiever Entertainment is also
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Courtesy of Overachiever Entertainment A still from the ﬁlm “Hollow’s Ridge,” a sci-ﬁ thriller shot across the Southern Tier. The ﬁlm’s trailer debuted last week and the ﬁlm will release in theaters sometime this year, according to the independent ﬁlm company behind the production.
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Upcoming Events March 17 Intense Milk Rail Jam March 18 Northwind Super G (on Foxfire)
Pond Skimming March 24
March 19-25 Twilight Skiing Hours March 24 Pond Skimming April 8 Target Opening Day of Golf June 16 Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run COOL PLACES TO CHECK OUT
Sign up to skim across an ice water filled pond or just watch, it’s a guaranteed good time. Registration outside Yodeler Lodge starting at 11 a.m., free! Kids under 18 must have a parent signature, minimum age is 8 years old. Pond Skimming starts about 1 p.m. and categories include Best Skimmer, Best Costume, Best Kid and Best Splash. All participants get a one day pool pass for the Holiday Valley summer pool complex. Music, mini-snowbar with margaritas and beer specials, barbeque!
Gold Medal Triple Play
This has been a great winter so far and there’s so much more to come! Announcing the Gold Medal Triple Play at $149, valid for three Monday through Friday lift tickets to the end of the 2017-18 season. You can only get one ticket per day, but you can pass your Triple Play along to a friend for another day. At less than $50 per day, it’s a great deal for you if you’re lucky enough to be able to ski or ride weekdays.
Tubing Park Open Through March 18
Open Thursdays and Fridays 4:30 to 9 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Early Pass Sale Going on Now!
New 18-19 Classic Passholders can ski FREE the rest of this year! Go to holidayvalley.com/ classicpasses for details.
The Fort is located along the right side of the Tannenbaum trail as you head down toward the Spruce and Tannenbaum chairs. Ski through the woods, take off your skis, walk through its passageways and head down the slides!
March 16 - 22, 2018
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Published on Mar 14, 2018