Backyard Bash: Creek Bend Set in Parking Lot


Creek Bend is set and ready to play tonight in the Parking Lot! Due to the threat of thunderstorms last week’s Backyard Bash featuring classic and alternative rock band “Blaze”  moved indoors at 42 North Brewing Co. at 25 Pine Street. Don’t stay home. Check out the parking lot for Creek Bend, and if weather is bad, join your friends […]

Free Tour of Episcopal Church


As part of the 150th anniversary celebration of Saint Matthias’ Episcopal Church, free tours will be offered on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The tour will include a brief history of the church from its founding on Feb. 24, 1869 to the present day.  Included in the tour will be a description of the Episcopal flag […]

Big First Inning Leads to Win for Dudas Glory Days Team

The Wallenwein’s Hotel Dudas scored five runs in the first inning of game one of a double header against the Comfort Funeral Home Cubs.  John Cimperman reached on an error, Dave Richards singled, Jeff Souter singled, Joe Shanahan singled but was taken out at second base by the Gary Steinmetz to Mark Hodin middle infielders and Pete Petermann hit the […]

Alden Market Upcoming Events

On Aug. 10, Rockabilly Steve + BR-3 will entertain  Alden Farmers’ Market customers with their Americana music.  They have also played under the name “Damn Hippies.” They were a big hit at the Market last year, and the music is sponsored by Alden State Bank. “Kids Day” at the market will be on August 17 with magic, music and chalk […]

Column: Summertime is moving WAY TOO FAST!

The heat of the summer season is upon us and the forecast is already out for the early deer rut. Wow! Can’t be, right?  Not only that, but the “rut talk” is more than just a calculation for many sportsmen in WNY. For them, the colorful leaves of the fall hunting season are the bright spot that awaits patient outdoor […]

Church in the Park Hosts Guest Speaker August 11th

Reverend Donna Naedele will be the guest speaker on Aug. 11 at 6 p.m. for Church in the Park, which occurs seasonally on a weekly basis at the shelter on the south side of Hamlin Park in East Aurora near Little Loop Football Field.  Naedele will be sharing something of God’s miraculous working in her life, including when she and […]

Legislator Announces Community Office Hours at Aurora Town Public Library

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo will be available to speak with residents on Friday, Aug. 23 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 550 Main St. in East Aurora.

ACES Institutes Environmental Award

He’s cute! He’s smiling! He’s highlighting positive environmental efforts! Our friendly ACES salamander will soon grace East Aurora establishments who are doing the right thing. The Green Salamander Award, the ACES Award for Environmental Excellence, will be given to restaurants and organizations who meet criteria based on positive environmental action, such as energy efficiency, zero-waste initiatives, elimination of one-use plastics, […]

The Roycroft Film Society to Hold Annual Free Outdoor Movie

On Saturday, Aug. 10 at 8:30 p.m. the Society invites you to spend an evening with one of the greatest action/adventure films of all time, The Adventures of Robin Hood.

EA Village Zoning Code Update Part of Public Hearing


The East Aurora Village Board will host a public hearing on the proposed changes to the zoning code and the zoning map. This will be Aug. 19 at 7 p.m.