Author: Doug Sitler

  • Hundreds ride in today’s Clarence Bike Stampede

    Hundreds ride in today’s Clarence Bike Stampede

    It was quite a site seeing hundred of people participating in today’s Clarence Bike Stampede. Brennan’s Bowery Bar was the launch point and post-ride party spot for today’s ride, spearheaded by Discover Main Street Clarence and Slow Roll Buffalo. We had riders from all over Erie County, who got to explore our wonderful town on […]

  • Video: How one Clarence High School student spent his summer.

    Video: How one Clarence High School student spent his summer.

    Clarence High School senior Edward Bosovets could be a future Clarence business owner or a global tycoon, if the recent video he created is any indication of his work ethic and passion. Edward recently made a video about his experiences interning for a month with Farmers Insurance – Reine Hammoud Agency at 8870 Main Street. […]

  • Next weekend: Return of the Butterfly Release at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market

    Next weekend: Return of the Butterfly Release at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market

    Photos from Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market/John Leamer Next 11:00 a.m. (weather permitting) Saturday, August 26, 2017 will be the return of the Monarch Butterfly Release Celebration at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market, 10717 Main Street. This playful and interesting activity has been a fan favorite the past few years and attracts quite a crowd. Here […]

  • Yoga and Beer event at West Shore Brewing on August 26th

    Yoga and Beer event at West Shore Brewing on August 26th

    West Shore Brewing Company at 10995 Main Street is quickly making its mark on Clarence. An upcoming event (which is gaining popularity nationwide) involving yoga and beer will take place Saturday, August 26th from 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Titled “Bend & Brews at West Shore Brewing Company” will be a fun way exercise and […]

  • The Beginning of a New Chapter on Main Street

    The Beginning of a New Chapter on Main Street

    On Tuesday morning, a demolition crew began to bring down the former Fountain Court Motel at 9560 Main Street in Clarence. The razing of the motor inn signifies the beginning of a new era at one of Main Street’s most visible parcels. The clearing of the land is expected to take a few days. Stephen […]

  • Successful Street Festival Casts Harris Hill in New Light

    Successful Street Festival Casts Harris Hill in New Light

    The sun was shining in Harris Hill this afternoon as the first Connecting Clarence Street Festival got underway. Related: Connecting Clarence Video Slideshow A steady crowd came through the winding, tree-lined  passage of Nottingham Terrace to eat, drink, shop, play and listen to music. And there was plenty for kids to do as well, including […]

  • Video: Try Pickle Ball at the Connecting Clarence Street Festival this Saturday

    Video: Try Pickle Ball at the Connecting Clarence Street Festival this Saturday

    Pickle Ball? What an interesting name. The sport with a silly moniker is growing in popularity, including right here in Clarence. The Pickle Ball courts at the Clarence Town Park on Goodrich Road are a popular place for residents to play this fun (and not too exhausting) sport. This Saturday at the Connecting Clarence Street […]

  • Video: Preview of Taste of Clarence & Cruise Night on August 7th.

    Video: Preview of Taste of Clarence & Cruise Night on August 7th.

    The 14th annual Taste of Clarence & Cruise Night returns this coming Monday, August 7th from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Clarence Town Park.  Watch this video and let Clarence Chamber of Commerce president Jan Reicis tell you some of the highlights of this wonderful event.

  • Canvas Salon and Gallery is back with another intriguing art opening. 

    Canvas Salon and Gallery is back with another intriguing art opening. 

    Canvas Salon and Gallery presents COMB OVER by Artist Matt Duquette on Saturday July 29th from 6pm – 8:00pm at Canvas Salon & Gallery located on the corner of Main and Goodrich in the new Willow Square Plaza. Duquette draws much inspiration from the American Realism and Ashcan School artists of the early 20th Century. […]

  • The Notorious D.O.G. is most certainly “The Dog Stuff Destination.”

    The Notorious D.O.G. is most certainly “The Dog Stuff Destination.”

    For almost a year, The Notorious D.O.G. at 8625 Main Street has been living up to their promise as “The Dog Stuff Destination.” Owners Laura LaCongo and Jessica Mbugua have created a “must visit” place for canine owners. The store’s wide selection of foods and an even wider selection of dog accessories is a dog […]