DEBUT AUTHORS DOING BOOK SIGNINGS AT NOVEL DESTINATION

DEBUT AUTHORS DOING BOOK SIGNINGS AT NOVEL DESTINATION

With vastly different personal backgrounds and subject matter, the two debut authors at Novel Destination’s next meet-the-author event will have a broad appeal. On Saturday afternoon, October 26, Novel Destination~Used Book Emporium will host young adult writer Jessie Andersen and political thriller author John Persinger. From 2-4 p.m. the authors will talk with readers and […]

Myers Library Program

In recognition of Navajo Code Talkers Day on Wednesday, August 14, Janet Wahlberg will be presenting her program on the Navajo Code Talkers at Myers Memorial Library at 7:00 that evening in the community room.  The Navajo Code Talkers were instrumental in WWII. Come learn more about them and their contributions.  Mrs. Wahlberg has been […]

Back to School Blues

The summer is half over and we are quickly approaching the time to return to school.  As the new school year gets closer, both parents and students will have to make some changes and adjustments to their schedules to prepare for the structured school schedule. It may be helpful to begin by getting your child […]

Myers Library Quilt Drawing

Myers Library Quilt Drawing

Myers Memorial Library’s drawing for its Underground Railroad wallhanging-size quilt is fast approaching.  The drawing will be Friday, August 16 at 4:45 in the library. Need not be present to win. The quilt theme was chosen to go along with the summer reading theme of underground.  Tickets are available in the library. Cost: $1 each […]

CWC Plans Beaver Swamp Stroll for Friday, August 9th

The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy is sponsoring a hiking tour of the beaver swamp at the Chautauqua Creek East Branch Preserve on Route 430 in Chautauqua (opposite Red Wing Road) on Friday, August 9th at 9:30 a.m.  This preserve is in the headwaters of the watershed that supplies the Village of Westfield with its municipal water […]

Family Service of the Chautauqua Region EAP holds Lunch and Learn for Companies

Family Service of the Chautauqua Region EAP holds Lunch and Learn for Companies

On Friday, July 26, 2013 Family Service Employee Assistance Program (EAP) invited representatives from some EAP member companies to show our appreciation for their continued partnership and to thank them for their confidence in our ability to provide them with a comprehensive, employee assistance program right here in our own community. Participants were welcomed and […]

Jamestown Noon Rotary Club Honors Member Lee Harkness with Paul Harris Fellow Award

Jamestown Noon Rotary Club Honors Member Lee Harkness with Paul Harris Fellow Award

Jamestown Noon Rotary Club members recently honored Jamestown Gateway Train Station General Manager Lee Harkness with a Paul Harris Fellowship. The presentation of Paul Harris Fellow recognition is the Rotary Foundation’s way of expressing its appreciation for Harkness’ $1,000 contribution to the humanitarian and educational programs of the Rotary Foundation. The award is named for […]

Have Fun, Do Good for Alzheimer’s Association

BUFFALO, NY (July 25, 2013) – The annual Chautauqua Walk to End Alzheimer’s which supports the free services, classes and outreach of the local Alzheimer’s Association Chapter, is set to take place this fall. Across Western New York, more than 160,000 people are dealing with the devastation of Alzheimer’s. It’s estimated that 53,000 local people […]

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