Art In The Wilds Readies Twelfth Annual Show

Art In The Wilds Readies Twelfth Annual Show

Article Contributed by Arts in the Wild Final preparations are well underway for Kane’s twelfth annual Art in the Wilds art show, the highlight of Kane’s annual Reunion Weekend, June 23-24. According to Marilyn Blackmore, show director, forty artists have been invited to participate in this year’s show. “We had a record number of artists […]

Fredonia to screen documentary that explores suicide, offers help to heal

Fredonia to screen documentary that explores suicide, offers help to heal

Article Contributed by State University of New York at Fredonia A screening of “Suicide: The Ripple Effect,” a documentary that focuses on the devastating effects of suicide and tremendous positive ripple effects of advocacy, inspiration and hope that are helping millions to heal and stay alive, will be held at the State University of New […]

Request for Veterans participation in Memorial Day Parade

Article Contributed by United Veterans Council of Jamestown The United Veterans Council of Jamestown Adjutant, Jacob Grimm, announced that they are trying to find all current and former Jamestown area residents that served in the United States Armed Forces. They are inviting all active duty service members and veterans to take part in Jamestown’s 2018 […]

JHS Announced as GRAMMY Signature School Award Recipient

JHS Announced as GRAMMY Signature School Award Recipient

Article Contributed by Jamestown Public Schools Jamestown High School is proud to announce that it has been awarded the GRAMMY Museum’s GRAMMY Signature Schools Community Award. The award provides recognition and support to economically underserved public high school music programs in selected communities nationwide. As a GRAMMY Signature School Award recipient, JHS is one of […]

City Seeks Summer Help for Parks Programs and Facilities

Article Contributed by Jamestown Parks, Recreation & Conservation Department Due to the recent increases in the state minimum wage and competition in the local job market, the City of Jamestown will be paying $10.75 per hour to temporary summer workers in the Public Works and Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Departments. Both departments are still seeking […]

Wild America Nature Festival

Article Contributed by Panama Rocks Roger Tory Peterson’s Wild America Nature Festival is returning to Panama Rocks for its second year on July 28 & 29 – the last weekend of July. Headlining the event are Roger Tory Peterson’s son, Lee Peterson, nationally best-selling author Jennifer Ackerman, and famous animal expert Jeff Musial (with his […]

Chautauqua County Workers’ Memorial Committee Holds 18th Annual Workers’ Memorial Day

Event Honors All Workers from Chautauqua County Who Have Lost Their Lives While Working Residents Encouraged to Attend to Remember Fellow Workers and Loved Ones

Article Contributed by Chautauqua County Workers’ Memorial Committee The Chautauqua County Workers’ Memorial Committee will be holding its 18th Annual Workers’ Memorial Day on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Chautauqua County Workers’ Memorial Site at Erlandson Overview Park on Oak Hill Road in Frewsburg. Workers’ Memorial Day is a day of […]

Jamestown Urban Design Plan Receives National Planning Achievement Award

American Planning Association recognizes 16 communities for best practices in planning and urban design.

Jamestown Urban Design Plan Receives National Planning Achievement Award

Article Contributed by American Planning Association The Jamestown Urban Design Plan has received the Gold 2018 National Planning Achievement Award for Implementation from the American Planning Association (APA). The award recognizes the plan’s success in reversing the economic decline of the city’s downtown area, setting a new course that has attracted new jobs, community attractions […]