Harvest and Enjoy Fall’s Bounty at Audubon Workshop, Sunday Afternoon, October 1

Harvest and Enjoy Fall’s Bounty at Audubon Workshop, Sunday Afternoon, October 1

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Beans, winter squash, Asian pears, apples, and quince. These are some of the veggies, fruits, and tubers of the season that you can harvest and enjoy at the final session of Audubon Community Nature Center’s gardening series on Sunday afternoon, October 1. You are invited to the home […]

First Lutheran Church Rally Day

First Lutheran Church Rally Day

Article Contributed by First Lutheran Church First Lutheran Church Rally Day was observed on Sunday, September 10th with a tour of the church building, arts and crafts activities, and a birthday cake celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. A special display highlighting the various ministries of the church were featured in the church parlors […]

Learn Botanical Drawing and Painting in Three Sessions at Audubon

Learn Botanical Drawing and Painting in Three Sessions at Audubon

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Audubon Community Nature Center is offering a unique opportunity to learn “The Art of Botanical Drawing and Painting.” In three Saturday morning sessions presented by two artists on staff, you can learn the basics of nature drawing and painting from observation. Ruby Miller and Kim Turner will tag […]

Chautauqua County’s Innovative 2% Occupancy Tax Grant Program for Lakes and Waterways Continues to Evolve

Chautauqua County’s Innovative 2% Occupancy Tax Grant Program for Lakes and Waterways Continues to Evolve

Article Contributed by Chautauqua County Department of Planning and Economic Development Chautauqua County’s innovative 2% Occupancy Tax for Lakes and Waterways Grant Program has been improved for 2018. Changes include new application dates and a new Request For Assistance (RFA) form that is intended to help applicants prepare stronger, more compelling grant applications. “There is […]

Reed Helps Secure Funding for Chautauqua Center

Article Contributed by The Office of Congressman Tom Reed Congressman Tom Reed announced that the Chautauqua Center has been awarded a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant for $175,700.00. “Federally Qualified Health Centers provide a model for care that is a key component in the public health of our entire region,” Reed said. […]

CASAC Announces Mindfulness Practice

CASAC Announces Mindfulness Practice

Article Contributed by Kathleen J. Colby (CASAC) Chautauqua Alcohol & Substance Abuse Council (CASAC) is offering an educational session for community members and professionals entitled “Mindfulness Practice: Enhancing Self-care & Client Outcomes.” Elaine K. Hammond, LMSW will present this session on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. This 3 hour course […]

Busti Apple Festival

Busti Apple Festival

Article Contributed by Busti Historical Society September 24, always the last Sunday in September, is the date for the Busti Apple Festival. This year is the 38th annual. The Apple Festival is the regional favorite among history and craft fairs featuring dozens of handcraft vendors, a farmers’ market of produce and seasonal foods, and historical […]

Be the 1 – Reach Out a Hand

A Walk Out of Darkness

Be the 1 – Reach Out a Hand

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut Life is precious. But sometimes it takes a helping hand to remember that – reaching out to help someone take a first step out of the darkness. “I think it’s just the way we are made,” said Victoria Patti, coordinator for Chautauqua County’s Community Alliance for Suicide Prevention. “We all […]

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