Category: Uniquely Clarence

  • Here Comes Hollow Day!

    Here Comes Hollow Day!

    For Clarence Hollow residents and businesses, Saturday May 21st will be their day to shine. A day long schedule of events includes a walking tour, food and music all designed to show off everything Clarence Hollow. The full experience kicks off with Flower Days at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market (10717 Main Street). From there […]

  • It’s Winterfest!

    It’s Winterfest!

    Today’s Winterfest at the Clarence Town Park (10405 Main Street) may be an outdoor-only affair, but after all, that’s where the Winter is kept. And this year’s event will have plenty of it. The annual event put on by the Town of Clarence Youth Bureau is back Saturday from 11am-3pm, with one concession to COVID […]

  • 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 […]

  • Market Rides Returns to Clarence Hollow Farmers Market

    Market Rides Returns to Clarence Hollow Farmers Market

    Summer is here, and Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market is in full swing. With the warm weather come another sign of summer, and Market Rides returns Saturday June 12th for a third season. Presented by Tom’s Pro Bike, Market Rides is a 16-week series of free group bike rides. Participants meet up at the Bike-Friendly Booth […]

  • 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 […]

  • Market Rides Returns July 11th to Farmers’ Market

    Market Rides Returns July 11th to Farmers’ Market

    It goes without saying that this has been an unusual year. But one way to enjoy the outdoors this summer is the Saturday July 11th return of Market Rides group bike rides to the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market. Market Rides are FREE, fun group bike rides at a friendly 10-12 mph pace every Saturday morning […]

  • Oinktoberfest Welcomes Fall With An “Aloha!”

    Oinktoberfest Welcomes Fall With An “Aloha!”

    When the sun comes up later, the morning air is crisp and cool, and the first spots of color begin appearing in the leaves, it’s a sure sign that fall has arrived in Clarence. And with the fall comes Oinktoberfest. This year, fall enters with a Hawaiian twist, as this year’s BBQ Cookoff is themed […]

  • 15th Annual Rock The Barn Opens Friday

    15th Annual Rock The Barn Opens Friday

    Pop quartet Material Girls and top touring KISS tribute band Mr. Speed will be thrilling the crowd at the Big Yellow Barn (9015 Main Street Clarence) on July 20-21st at the 15th Annual “Rock the Barn” – a fundraising concert for Meals on Wheels. Now in its 15th year, the event is the principal fundraiser […]

  • Market Rides Debuts at Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market

    Market Rides Debuts at Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market

    Grass roots efforts by cyclists are paying off in Clarence. If you want a measure of how bike-friendly our Main Street and Town has become, look no further than the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market. Today marked the season opening of New York’s first Rails-to-trails Farmers’ Market, and Discover Main street was on hand for the […]

  • Progress Underway On Vision for Clarence Main Street

    Progress Underway On Vision for Clarence Main Street

    It’s springtime for Main Street. Like the weather, it’s been a bit uneven sometimes, but there have been periods of warmth and glorious sunshine in the development of the Town of Clarence’s signature commercial thoroughfare. Sure there remain obstacles to overcome (continued public investment in sewers and infrastructure can only be put off for so […]