Category: Community

  • Repair Station Pump Fixed Thanks To Tom’s Pro Bike

    Repair Station Pump Fixed Thanks To Tom’s Pro Bike

    Back in 2016, Town of Clarence service organizations came together to fund a bike corral at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market. The Clarence Hollow Association donated a bike repair station including a pump and tools to allow cyclists to make many small repairs on the spot. Five years later, the repair station needed a repair […]

  • Fall Holiday Art Festival Planned For Sept 11th

    Fall Holiday Art Festival Planned For Sept 11th

    The Clarence Arts and Crafts Society wasn’t going to gamble on not having their traditional Holiday Arts and Craft Show again this year.  So, the Society combined its Summer Plein Air & Art Show and it’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Show into a Fall Holiday Art Festival.  This year it will be a one-day event […]

  • Taste of Clarence and Cruise Night Returns Aug 2nd

    Taste of Clarence and Cruise Night Returns Aug 2nd

    Another Clarence summer event is back – The Clarence Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual Taste of Clarence and & Cruise Night opens Monday August 2nd at noon at Clarence Town Park (10405 Main Street).  Billed as “Clarence’s largest summer event,” the Chamber has a green light from the town to host the competition, albeit with […]

  • Clarence Pharmacy Makes Vaccination A Team Effort

    Clarence Pharmacy Makes Vaccination A Team Effort

    We’ve been living with the pandemic for over a year, and the development that promises to bring back normalcy again is the vaccination effort that’s now underway. A leader in these efforts is Clarence Pharmacy (9500 Main Street Suite 500), which has already inoculated thousands of Clarence residents against the virus that causes COVID-19. Kevin […]

  • Chamber Kicks Off Treasures of Clarence

    Chamber Kicks Off Treasures of Clarence

    When all you get for your hard work is lemons, it’s time to make lemonade. That’s always been good advice, and it’s certainly been great advice this year, as public health concerns have curtailed business activity. COVID-19 has also forced the cancellation of many of the most popular events on the Clarence Summer Calendar, including […]

  • A Short Take on Today’s News: Taste of Clarence and Car Show Edition

    A Short Take on Today’s News: Taste of Clarence and Car Show Edition

    [Editor’s Note: Joseph Genco is a recovering newspaper reporter and editor who publishes a daily opinion column called Short Takes, which we have re-posted with permission. Joe moved to Clarence to serve as Bee editor in 1987, and he and his wife Beth raised their sons Joe and Ben here. The opinions expressed herein are strictly […]

  • Taste of Clarence Arrives Monday August 5th

    Taste of Clarence Arrives Monday August 5th

    The Clarence Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for their 16th annual Taste of Clarence and & Cruise Night. The Taste will take place rain or shine on Monday August 5 from 3-9 pm at the Main Street Clarence Town Park. Mark Medole, partner of the Emerling Insurance agency returns for his 2nd stint as […]

  • Lions Pancake Breakfast This Sunday

    Lions Pancake Breakfast This Sunday

    The cold weather is behind us for the moment. Temps will be in the 40’s by 8am Sunday when the The Clarence Lions Club opens the doors to its annual pancake breakfast at the Town Park Clubhouse (10405 Main Street). Tickets are $10, for adults and $6 for kids from 5-10. Younger children are free. […]

  • Start Small Business Saturday With FREE Goodrich Coffee

    Start Small Business Saturday With FREE Goodrich Coffee

    It’s that time of year again. Saturday November 24th is Small Business Saturday, and once again Richard Budde of Goodrich Coffee & Tea (9450 Main Street) is giving back to the Main Street community that’s helped his business grow.  Goodrich Coffee is giving away FREE coffee from 10-11am, and will be holding a drawing for […]

  • Short Take on the Taste Of Clarence & Cruise Night

    Short Take on the Taste Of Clarence & Cruise Night

    [Editor’s Note: Joseph Genco is a recovering newspaper reporter and editor who publishes a daily opinion column called Short Takes, which we have re-posted with permission. Joe moved to Clarence to serve as Bee editor in 1987, and he and his wife Beth raised their sons Joe and Ben here. The opinions expressed herein are strictly […]