As we say goodbye to the Eden Corn Festival, we look forward to the Fair. Erie County Fair Band played in today’s Corn Festival parade.
Today is the final day of the 2018 Eden Corn Festival. Parade starts at noon.
The Fair Train arrived on August 1st. Now all the rides and exhibits are being set up at the fairgrounds for opening day on August 8th. Don’t forget to bring a non perishable item to give to the Food Bank of WNY on opening day and get free admission. #DiscoverHamburgNY
If you didn’t make it to Burgerfest, you can still vote for your favorite Water Tower hamburger design at the Hamburg Library! #DiscoverHamburgNY
Payroll tax calendar of the day: monthly deposits for November are due December 16th. Quarterly sales tax returns are due December 20th.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. As always, La Galleria had a delicious buffet with many exciting desserts. They also have included in their Thanksgiving dinner turkey dark meat which not all buffets serve.
While waiting for their next buffet to roll around at Easter, please visit their Facebook page and Like them!
The La Galleria turkey welcomes you!
Payroll tax calendar of the day: Quarterly returns 941 and NYS-45 are due October 31st. If you owe $500 or more federal unemployment at the end of September, the deposit is due on October 31st.
Christmas in the Country is coming up on Thursday, November 7th to Sunday, November 10th at the Hamburg Fairgrounds Event Center. Presale discount tickets will be available only through November 6th.
This is great opportunity to buy unique gifts and patronize the small merchants and crafters. The vendors are always a mix of out of town crafters and local, but either way, you will be supporting the small businesses.
They also have several food vendors, so plan to spend the day and have lunch and/or dinner while you’re there!
Time to start holiday shopping
Payroll tax calendar of the day: Quarterly forms 941 and NYS-45 for the third quarter are due October 31st.
On Thursday, October 24th, the Lake Erie Seaway Trail Center will be presenting a lecture on paranormal activity in the southtowns area and shipwrecks.
The program starts at 7:00, and the suggested donation is $10.
Visitors are invited to come in costume, so enjoy the upcoming Halloween and learn more about our local history.