County Museums and Historical Societies to Host Open House Day on Saturday, May 20

Article Contributed by Chautauqua County Historical Society Local residents and visitors are being encouraged to learn more about local history by participating in the first ever countywide Museum and Historical Society Open House Day, taking place Saturday, May 20. The event is being presented by the Chautauqua County Museum Consortium, which is comprised of nearly […]

Sacred Heart Parish Wine Tasting

Article Contributed by Sacred Heart Parish Sacred Heart Parish is having a wine tasting on Saturday, June 3, from 5:30 to 8:30 in the evening. Tickets are $20 per person or $35 per couple and can be purchased at the parish office on Fairmount Avenue in Lakewood next to Walmart. In addition to learning about […]

Will You Lend Jamestown A Hand?

Will You Lend Jamestown A Hand?

Article Contributed by Jamestown Renaissance Corporation Join the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation this Saturday, May 20 for Hands on Jamestown, a community-wide volunteer effort to clean up the city. JRC has partnered with the City of Jamestown’s Parks and Recreation Department, Department of Public Works and the Board of Public Utilities to kick off their first […]

Devoted Gazette Reader

Devoted Gazette Reader

A friend of this reader says, “Caution!! If you see this person in your store or restaurant hide your Gazettes! Put them out of sight. Somewhere he won’t find them. Todd McClean has a problem. He’s addicted to reading. He reads everything. He can’t stop. So…please help Todd by not being an enabler and hide […]

Staying Healthy as We Age

Staying Healthy as We Age

Article Contributed by Chautauqua County Office for the Aging As we age, our bodies and life circumstances change. Changes in our home life, health, medications, income, along with decreased senses (especially taste /smell)may accompany the aging process. You probably have noticed loss of muscle mass, which may increase frailty or maybe some weight gain as […]

JHS Artists Selected for Albright-Knox Exhibit

JHS Artists Selected for Albright-Knox Exhibit

Article Contributed by Jamestown Public Schools Jamestown High School seniors, Shine Deharder and Brianna Raymond, recently had their artwork selected for the Albright-Knox Future Curator Exhibition. Their work was selected out of 700 submitted works throughout Western New York and Canada, in which only 80 were chosen to be in the exhibition. Their work is […]

Fenton Pizza Challenge Names New Favorite

Article Contributed by Fenton History Center The Ashville General Store was named the crowd favorite at the Fenton History Center’s 2017 Slice of History Pizza Challenge, Saturday April 29 at St. James Church. The Jamestown Italian Heritage Dancers, with live accompaniment by “Uncle” Joe Iuculano, were once again fun to watch. They encouraged many in […]