March means a lot of things here in Ellicottville. It means the ski season is nearing an end but that it’s nowhere close to being done. Last year, if you will recall, we got close to a foot of powder on March 20. Obviously we’re hoping for a repeat of that this year.
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One of the coolest and most exciting things about Ellicottville is watching it change from the hustle and bustle of a ski community, to that of a leisurely summer ‘resort town’. Just as the village and accompanying ski resorts take on their own unique transformations, local retailers evolve for the seasons as well. SNOWED-IN stopped by The City Garage to get the dirt on all that was happening, as we watch the snow melt.
With an anticipated ski season closing date of April 6, Holiday Valley will follow up with a weekend-long Bluegrass and Roots music festival April 11-13. The weekend, dubbed the Enchanted Mountain Music Festival, will fill Holiday Valley’s main lodge with workshops and performances that will knock the mud right off your boots as we transition from a ski town to a golf mecca.
If you are not familiar with the work of Michael Israel, it can best be described as a Cirque du Soleil performance that ultimately results in a Jackson Pollack-like life sized canvass of creativity. Israel is more than just a painter. He is a performer who gives the audience an artistic experience unlike any other. And he is coming to the Ellicottville Brewing Company this August.
With expansive forests all around us and an area indigenous to tall Maples, Cattaraugus County offers up some of the best Maple syrup you can please your tastebuds with. In fact, we love Maple syrup so much, we have two weekends devoted to our Maple farms, when they invite visitors to learn about their process
As the saying goes … “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” The Osmond family has been proving that for over five decades. Three of the Osmond Brothers - Merrill, Jay and Jimmy - will be bringing the songs and memories of the past 50 years to the Seneca Allegany Casino Events Center in Salamanca, NY for five shows in May.
Thoughts of Spring fill the air as we shake off the grey days of winter and look forward to the sounds of the returning song birds, the bloom of wildflowers, updating our home décor, and getting outside to hike and bike the mountain trails of the Allegheny National Forest Region in northwestern Pennsylvania.
What started as an all-girls themed shopping night at the Powder Room snowballed into a major outreach event, touching lives throughout the community and region. Boarding for Breast Cancer - B4BC - will return to Holiday Valley Resort on Saturday, Feb. 15.