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Table OF CONTENTS Celebrate Winter Calendar of Events Erie County Chautauqua County Niagara County Genesee County Cattaraugus County

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Angola Pennysaver Eden-North Collins Pennysaver Lake Erie Media

This guide is designed to help you and your families make lasting memories by Celebrating Winter.

Office Locations 19 Center Street Angola, NY 14006 Phone 716 549-1164 Fax 716 549-1611 Email: info@angolapennysaver.com 8603 South Main Street Eden, NY 14057 Phone 716 992-4625 Fax 716 992-3041 Email: info@southtownspennysaver.com Websites Southtownspennysaver.com Lakeeriemedia.com Articles Winterizing vehicles an important step for drivers It doesn’t get any better Enjoy a safe cozy winter Tips when buying a natural Christmas tree Scallywags Grub & Spirits Safety first for winter sportsmen

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As we worked to compile the events throughout our region, we reflected on the events that we attend annually, and the memories that we shared with our families and friends. We are very proud of our region, and the amount of activites that are available is incredible! Events & Destinations

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As local business owners, we encourage you to support our advertisers that make this guide possible. Enjoy the beauty of our region and have a fun and safe Winter! James Austin Robert Biondi Wendy Sutton

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Keeping tools like a snow brush or ice scraper in the trunk of a vehicle is one way to ready a car for the winter months ahead

Winterizing vehicles an important step for drivers As fall gradually gives way to winter, vehicle

owners often sigh at the thought of driving in winter weather or spending weekday mornings clearing their vehicles of ice before heading to the office. But manning the wheel through another snowstorm or whittling away another night’s worth of ice from a car’s windshield are not the only rites of passage motorists must endure as cold weather returns. Winterizing a vehicle can improve vehicle performance during a time of year that, in many locales, can be especially harsh on automobiles. Low temperatures make for less than ideal conditions for engines to run, while potholes left behind by snow plows can damage a vehicle’s wheels and may even result in flat tires and a damaged suspension system. In addition, salt used to improve traction on roadways can cause rust. Short of moving to a locale with mild winters, there’s little drivers can do to protect their vehicles from harsh winter weather. But winterizing a vehicle can prevent some of the more common issues drivers may encounter when the temperatures dip below freezing. • Take time out for your tires. Winter weather can limit traction, putting the safety of drivers and their passengers in jeopardy. When possible, avoid driving in the snow, and steer clear of roads where ice and black ice are known to form. While such measures can greatly reduce your risk of being in an accident, you likely can’t avoid driving entirely come the winter. Drivers who want improved traction from their tires throughout the winter can purchase winter tires for their vehicles. Such tires can more effectively handle roads that are covered in snow and ice than all-season tires. Another way to improve traction during the winter months is to constantly monitor tire pressure, which decreases more rapidly when the weather is cold. Properly inflated tires provide better traction and protect against damage that may occur when driving over potholes. • Consider a low-viscosity oil in the winter. The owner’s manual of your vehicle may recom-

mend you use a lower viscosity motor oil to counter the dip in temperature that’s synonymous with winter. When the temperatures outside fall, the oil inside your vehicle thickens, and a thicker oil won’t circulate through the engine as well. This can cause engine problems because the engine won’t be adequately lubricated. A low-viscosity oil is naturally thinner, so it may improve lubrication throughout the winter. The vehicle owner’s manual should recommend oils based on climate. If not, talk to your mechanic about changing from the oil you use throughout the year to a low-viscosity alternative during the winter. • Inspect your vehicle before winter arrives. No one wants to be out on the road during the first snowstorm of the year only to discover certain components are not working properly. Belts and hoses, while durable, can be put through strenuous conditions during the winter months, so a close inspection of belts and hoses should be conducted in late fall. In addition, windshield wipers are especially important in winter, when snowfall can drastically impact visibility. You will want your wipers working at full capacity once the winter begins, so replace older wipers (shelf life for standard wipers is typically one year) and use a de-icing windshield washer fluid to maximize visibility. Another component that must be inspected is your car’s battery. Many drivers have experienced a dead battery, which, in warm weather, is more of a nuisance than a health concern. In cold weather, a dead battery can threaten your health if you find yourself stranded in cold weather. Especially low temperatures can compromise a battery’s power by as much as 50 percent, so have your battery inspected in late fall and replace it if need be. • Don’t be caught off guard. Part of winterizing a vehicle is being prepared if the vehicle breaks down. Make sure you have extra washer fluid in your vehicle’s trunk, and don’t forget to include an ice scraper, snow brush or even a snow shovel in the trunk as well. A snow shovel may be necessary if you need to dig your car out if it’s been buried somewhere other than your driveway. Other items to carry in your trunk include a blanket, a change of clothes, an extra hat, an extra pair of gloves, some nonperishable food, and a few bottles of water. Winter can be especially harsh on automobiles. But drivers can take several preventive steps to ensure their vehicle is safe and sound on the roads this winter.


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Presented by The Snowmobile Clubs of Chautauqua County So Much Variety For Snowmobilers

IT DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER Chautauqua County is located in the south-

western corner of New York State between Buffalo and Erie, PA. It is adjacent to Lake Erie which blankets the county with tons of fluffy white lake-effect snow. I-90 and I-86 pass through the county. I-90 is about 7 miles from Mayville, the hub of snowmobiling in the county. I-86 passes some of our best snowmobiling villages. The 62-year average snowfall per DOT in Mayville is 205” with a record high of 296.5”. Surrounding areas many times get an extra 10 to 20 inches annually. The county has over 450 miles of trails. All are well groomed and well signed. Most of the trails are on private lands. The county has a variety of types of trails: old railroad beds, open fields, seasonal roads, State Forest Lands, thru the woods, up hills, down valleys, and past Grandma’s house. The five clubs operate twenty-five (25) Class A groomers. Chautauqua County is where Ohio, western Pennsylvania, western and central New Yorkers come to ride! Over one-half of all club memberships are from outside New York State. The reason this article is a county story, as opposed to being a single club story, is because the five snowmobile clubs act as one. We have a comprehensive county map that sets the standard. It takes input from each club to make it work. The map has over 80 advertisers from all over the county that want your business. The main mission is to provide you with the best snowmobiling experience possible. This only happens when everyone works together and this is what our clubs do best. • Trails Thanks to the Landowners who open their lands to snowmobiling. Snowmobiles, cross country skiers, snowshoers, and even dog sledders share some of the same trails so be advised that we all share and watch out for each other. Our snowmobile trails are solely created and maintained by the 100% all-volunteer work force from the five clubs based in Chautauqua County.

Trail head parking for trucks and trailers is available in over a dozen areas which have direct access to the trail system or, if you are staying at many of the local motels or bed and breakfasts, you can ride from your door! Snowmobile rental and guided tour information is also available. • Groomers Our clubs have made grooming a priority. During the season when conditions permit they run 3 to 5 times a week to insure you the best possible riding conditions. • Activities Snowmobiling in the county is very family friendly. There are rides and events all season long. The All Club Ride-In is regularly attended by 700 to 1,000 snowmobilers, with its “A Taste Of Chautauqua” where local businesses bring their specialty dishes, plus the normal fare of hamburgers, hot dogs, coffee, pop, chips, and pastries, all at no cost to all who come. Ice Castle Weekend has a castle built with ice cut from beautiful Chautauqua Lake, snowmobile rides in the park, giant bonfire, flare ride, and fireworks. Add dinner rides, safari rides, mystery rides, poker runs, memorial ride and bonfire, sled raffles, auctions, etc. With snow skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and other snow related activities there is always something to do. • Chautauqua County Snowmobile Clubs The clubs date back to the late 1960’s. They have a saying “Join Where You Ride – Ride Chautauqua County”. We are proud to have the largest snowmobile club in New York State with almost 2,100 memberships (not members). Over 75% of its memberships come from Ohio, Pennsylvania, or within New York State, but outside the county. Trail conditions, including an interactive map, local lodging/restaurant information, webcams, and other useful visitor information is available at the Snowmobile Clubs Of Chautauqua County website, the individual club websites, and the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau website. Chautauqua County Snowmobile Trail Maps are available at many businesses. If you join one of the clubs, the map automatically comes with the membership. Remember, to ride in New York State you must register in New York State. If you join a club, you get a discount voucher to save on your snowmobile registrations. Story by

Ray Head, President, Paul Weatherlow, Secretary, The Snowmobile Clubs of Chautauqua County


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Enjoy a safe and cozy winter

As temperatures drop and the annual hiber-

nation routine begins, we start using heating appliances such as the furnace, fireplace, and space heaters for the first time in months. To avoid potential hazards, check every autumn that these are in still in good condition and follow precautions for proper use. CSA Group, a leader in public safety and testing and certification, offers the following safety tips for keeping warm on cold days: Furnace: • Have a qualified heating contractor perform a yearly maintenance check of your furnace and venting system. • Clean or replace your furnace filter frequently during the heating season. * Keep the immediate area free of obstructions to ensure free air flow. • Look for a certification mark such as the CSA star mark on your gas-fired furnace to ensure it has been tested and certified to the applicable standard. • Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids near your gas furnace. • Don’t store combustible materials such as paper, chemicals, paint, rags and cleaning products close to your gas furnace. Gas fireplace: • Check that the glass panel is intact. Do not use your gas fireplace if the glass panel is removed, cracked or broken. Glass panels and frame assemblies should only be replaced by a qualified service person. • Check for the mark of an accredited certification organization, such as the star mark from CSA Group when purchasing a gas fireplace. Space heaters: • Check for wear on the electrical cord. If it’s damaged, replace the entire unit or have the cord replaced by a qualified repair person. • Keep it clean by dusting or vacuuming it regularly. Always turn the unit off first. • Keep the heater clear of furniture, rugs and drapes to allow free air movement and avoid overheating. • Look for certified third-party verification marks like CSA Group’s certification mark. This shows that the heater complies with recognized safety standards.

• Turn the heater down or off before going to sleep and keep it out of pathways and well away from bedding and clothes. Turn it off when leaving the house. • Install a smoke alarm in the room with the space heater. • Have working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms installed throughout the home. You can find more safety tips at www.csaholiday.com.

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Tips when buying a natural Christmas tree Many people harbor strong opinions with re-

gard to which type of Christmas tree they want to purchase. Some cannot live without a natural, freshly-cut Christmas tree, while others prefer the convenience of artificial trees. Those who insist on a natural tree might want to consider the following tips when buying what’s likely their biggest decorative item of the holiday season. • Ask when the tree was cut down. Precut trees may be cut down weeks before they’re sold. So if you’re buying a precut tree, chances are the tree was cut down much earlier than you think. This doesn’t mean the tree won’t make it through the holiday season, but a tree that was cut several weeks ago should have some of its bottom trunk removed before it’s placed in the stand. This will make it easier for the tree to consume water. This step likely isn’t necessary if the tree was cut down the same day you bring it home. • Have the tree shaken before taking it home. A tree should be shaken in a shaker before you put it in your car and bring it home. A shaker removes any debris or dead needles from the tree, which can save you the trouble of cleaning up all of those dead needles from your living room floor later on. • Have the tree wrapped before taking it home. A tree should also be wrapped in twine before taking it home. The twine should be tight enough to keep the tree’s branches from blowing in the wind when you attach the tree to the top of your vehicle. If possible, keep the tree wrapped in twine as you place it in the stand. This makes the tree easier to control. Weekdays Noon - Dusk Weekends 10 am - Dusk

• Choose the right location. When looking for the right place to set up your natural tree, it’s best to choose a spot that’s cool and free of drafts. The tree should not be placed near heat sources, including appliances, fireplaces or vents, because such heat sources create a safety hazard and can make it difficult for the tree to retain moisture. There should also be ample space between the top of the tree and the ceiling. • Place some covering on the ground beneath the tree. Even a freshly cut natural tree will shed needles over the course of the holiday season. Before placing the stand in the location you’ve chosen, put some type of covering, such as a tree bag, beneath the stand so it’s easier to gather all those needles once the holiday season has ended. • Remember that natural trees are thirsty. Men and women who have never had a natural Christmas tree in the past might be surprised at just how thirsty natural trees get. The stand’s reservoir should have lots of water, which should never dip below the stump. If the water dips below the stump, you might be forced to cut a little more off the bottom of the trunk to ensure the tree will make it through the holiday season. That can be a hassle once the tree has been decorated, so be sure to check the water in the reservoir at least once per day to maintain adequate water levels.

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November 9 7PM Beer Blast Eden Legion Hall 2912 Legion Dr., Eden post880.com 716-992-3304

Erie County Events September 12 – December 7 Buffalo Bites Food Tours Elmwood & Cleveland buffalobitesfoodtours.com 1-800-979-3370 September 17 – November 22 Tues–Sat: 11AM–5PM My Future Ex UB Art Gallery, Center for the Arts 201 Center for the Arts, Buffalo ubartgalleries.org 716-645-0570 November 8 8PM BPO Rocks – The Music of The ROLLING STONES Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 November 8 7PM Jerry Seinfeld Shea’s Performing Arts Center 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410 November 8 10PM Sabres at Anaheim sabres.nhl.com

November 9 5:30PM–9AM (Over) Night at the Museum Buffalo Science Museum 1020 Humboldt Pkwy., Buffalo sciencebuff.org 716-896-5200 x 345 November 9 8PM America’s Got Talent Live Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410 November 9 7:30PM Macklemore & Ryan Lewis First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo tickets.com 716-855-4100 November 9 10PM The Heritage Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 November 9 8–11PM Bob Jakubczak Vets. Celebration Angola VFW 5798 8989 Erie Rd., Angola thebuffalotouch.com November 9 12–3PM “Thomas & Friends” Play Day Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666

November 9 – December 15 9–10:30AM Art Classes for Kids Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Ave., Buffalo buffalogardens.com November 9 11AM–3PM Let’s Get Physical Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 655-5131 November 10 1PM Buffalo Bills at Pittsburg Steelers buffalobills.com November 11 High Five for the Military Buffalo Zoo 300 Parkside Ave., Buffalo buffalozoo.org November 12 7PM Doors | 8PM Show Andy McKee Tralf Music Hall 622 Main St., Buffalo tralfmusichall.com 716-852-2860 November 12 7PM Sabres vs Los Angeles First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 November 12 – 17 Wed & Thurs: 7:30PM, Fri: 8PM, Sat & Sun: 2PM & 8PM War Horse Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410

November 13 10PM Underground Stampede Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg undergroundstampede.com November 13 10:30AM–2:30PM Explore Even More Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 655-5131 ext. 11 November 15 & 16 A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 November 15 & 16 Maddie’s Pet Rescue Project Pet Expo & Super Adoption Event Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg maddieseriecounty.org 716-649-3900 November 15 7PM Sabres vs Toronto First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 November 15 10PM Breakaway Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 November 16 10:30AM–3:15PM Carrera Race Day Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rod., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666 November 16 Sabres at Toronto sabres.nhl.com

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November 16 8PM–12AM Diva Show Band Hamburg Fairgrounds Casino 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg divashowband.com 716-646-6109 November 17 1PM Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets Ralph Wilson Stadium 1 Biils Dr., Orchard Park buffalobills.com November 18 – December 09 8:45–10:15AM Adult Watercolor Classes Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Ave., Buffalo buffalogardens.com

November 21 7PM Doors | 8PM Show Lone Bellow The Tralf Music Hall 622 Main St., Buffalo tralfmusichall.com 716-852-2860 November 21 Joy of Music & Wine Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 November 21 7PM Sabres at Philadelphia sabres.nhl.com November 22 & 23 Bartok & Beethoven Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000

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November 22 10PM Strictly Hip Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 November 23 & 24 10AM–4PM Train and Toy Show Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg 716-649-3900 November 23 & 24 11AM–4PM Santa, His Elf and Reindeer Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666 November 23 11AM–3PM Let’s Get Physical Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 655-5131 November 23 9PM West of the Mark Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 November 24 5PM Sabres vs Detroit First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 November 27 7PM Sabres vs Montreal First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 November 28 11AM–3PM Building Activites Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 655-5131

November 29 & 30 Green Friday Village of Hamburg hamburgvbac.com 716-202-4040 November 29 – December 1 5–9PM Fairgrounds Festival of Lights Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg the-fairgrounds.com 716-649-3900 November 29 – December 1 Kris Kringle Market Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village 3755 Tonawanda Creek Rd., Amherst bnhv.org 716-689-1440 November 29 9PM Underground Stampede American Legion Post 928 7353 Erie Rd., Derby undergroundstampede.com November 29 7:30PM Sabres vs Toronto First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 November 29 10PM Funktional Flow Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 November 30 – December 1 11AM–4PM Santa, His Elf and Reindeer Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666


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November 30 8PM–12AM Diva Show Band Hamburg Fairgrounds Casino 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg divashowband.com 716-646-6109

November 30 8:30AM–5:15PM All Wright All Day Trolley Tour Forest Lawn 1411 Delaware Ave., Buffalo darwinmartinhouse.org 716.856.3858

November 30 6PM Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol, Ft: Mike Randall New Angola Theatre 72 North Main St., Angola 716-481-0186

November 30 9PM Katie Mallaber & The Krash Party Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315

November 30 7PM Sabres at New Jersey sabres.nhl.com

December 1 4:05PM Buffalo Bills vs Atlanta Falcons Rogers Center, Toronto buffalobills.com

November 30 9PM–1AM World’s Largest Disco Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, Buffalo worldslargestdisco.com 716-635-8668

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December 1 6PM Downtown Buffalo Christmas Tree Lighting Rotary Rink Fountain Plaza, Buffalo buffaloplace.com December 5 7PM Sabres vs NY Rangers First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 December 6 & 7 Classic Christmas Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 December 6 – 8 5–9PM Fairgrounds Festival of Lights Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg the-fairgrounds.com 716-649-3900 December 6 & 7 Niagara on Fire (The Burning of Newark) Market Square niagaraonfire.com

December 6 First Friday in Allentown Allentown Association Allen St. between Pearl & Elmwood Ave., Buffalo firstfridaysallentown.com December 6 8PM Stand Up Comedy with Brian Regan Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410 December 6 First Fridays At the Albright Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo albrightknox.org 716-882-8700 December 6 9PM JJ White’s HooDoo Stew Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 Dec 7 & 8 11AM–4PM Santa, His Elf and Reindeer Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666 December 7 8AM–3PM Our Famous Flea Market VFW Post-Harvey D Morin 965 Center Rd, West Seneca December 7 7PM Sabres at Montreal sabres.nhl.com December 7 WNY Polar Plunge Woodlawn State Park polarplungeny.org/buffalo December 7 9PM Underground Stampede Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg undergroundstampede.com


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December 7 12–3PM Early Holiday Kids Crafting Day Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666 December 7 12–5PM Alden Christmas in the Park Alden Town Park 13143 Broadway, Alden aldenny.org 716-937-6177 December 8 1PM Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers buffalobills.com December 8 10:30AM Breakfast with Santa Eden Legion Hall 2912 Legion Dr., Eden post880.com 716-992-3304

December 14 11AM–3PM Graham Cracker Houses Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 655-5131 ext. 11

December 8 12–5PM Christmas Bazaar Ukrainian Orthodox Hall 200 Como Park Blvd., Cheektowaga 716-684-9738

December 13 9PM Dave Viterna Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315

December 10 7PM Sabres vs Ottowa First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

December 14 & 15 11AM–4PM December 14 9PM Santa, His Elf Underground Stampede and Reindeer American Legion Post 928 Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 7353 Erie Rd., Derby 3366 Union Rd, undergroundstampede.com Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com December 15 7PM 716-681-1666 Drake First Niagara Center Decemeber 14 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, 9AM–1PM Buffalo Christmas in the Village tickets.com of Angola 888-223-6000 Main Street, Angola

December 12 7:30PM Sabres at Ottowa sabres.nhl.com December 12 5PM Doors | 6PM Show Kissmash Bash 2012 First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo tickets.com 1-888-223-6000

December 8 7:30PM Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410

December 13 – 15 5–9PM Fairgrounds Festival of Lights Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg the-fairgrounds.com 716-649-3900

December 8 Jingle Bell Jam Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000

December 13 – 15 Holiday Pops Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000

December 14 2PM Sabres vs Calgary First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 December 14 4–6PM Live Nativity Tonawanda Free Methodist Church 207 Grove St., Tonawanda tfmc.info 716-693-1199 December 14 11:30AM–1PM Christmas in the Park Main St. & Russell Park, Akron 716-542-4050

December 15 1PM Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars buffalobills.com December 15 7PM “Cirque du Sabres” Catwalk 4 Charity Town Ballroom, Buffalo 681 Main St., Buffalo thesteadfastfoundation.com December 17 – 22 Wed & Thurs: 7:30PM, Fri: 8PM, Sat & Sun: 2PM & 8PM Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410

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16 Celebrate Winter 2013 December 17 7PM Sabres vs Winnipeg First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 December 18 1PM Holiday Victorian Tea Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village 3755 Tonawanda Creek Rd., Amherst bnhv.org 716-689-1440 December 19 7PM Sabres vs Boston First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

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December 20 – 23 5–9PM Fairgrounds Festival of Lights Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg the-fairgrounds.com 716-649-3900 December 20 9PM Bone Shakers Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 December 21 & 22 11AM–4PM Santa, His Elf and Reindeer Niagara Hobby & Craft Mart 3366 Union Rd., Cheektowaga niagarahobby.com 716-681-1666 December 21 Sabres at Boston sabres.nhl.com

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December 21 7–8PM 41st Annual Carolcade Main Street (in front of Vidler’s), East Aurora eanycc.com 716-652-8444 December 21 3:30–5:30pm Winter Solstice Evangola State Park 716-549-1050 December 21 10PM The Heritage Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 December 22 1PM Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins Ralph Wilson Stadium 1 Biils Dr., Orchard Park buffalobills.com December 23 7PM Sabres vs Phoenix First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 December 26 – 31 Family Fun Day Activites Explore & More 300 Gleed Ave., East Aurora exploreandmore.org 716-655-5131 December 27 – 29 5–9PM Fairgrounds Festival of Lights Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg the-fairgrounds.com 716-649-3900 December 27 8PM Jeff Dunham First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo tickets.com 888-223-6000

December 27 7:30PM Sabres at Toronto sabres.nhl.com December 27 10PM Funktional Flow Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 December 28 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits vs Philadelphia Wings First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo bandits.com 716-855-4100 December 28 9PM East Coast Haven Armor Inn Saloon 5381 Abbott Rd., Hamburg armorinn.com 716-202-1315 December 29 5PM Sabres vs Washington First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 December 29 1PM Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots buffalobills.com December 30 3PM Trans-Siberian Orchestra First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo firstniagaracenter.com 888-223-6000 December 31 7PM Sabres at Winnipeg sabres.nhl.com December 31 5–10PM Buffalo First Night Buffalo Convention Center 1Center Plaza, Buffalo firstnightbuffalo.org December 31 6PM New Year’s Eve Party Eden Legion Hall 2912 Legion Dr., Eden post880.com 716-992-3304


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December 31 New Year’s Eve on the Canal Gateway Harbor Tonawandas gatewayballdrop.com January 2 8PM Sabres at Minnesota sabres.nhl.com

January 8 – 26 Wed & Thurs: 7:30PM, Fri: 8PM, Sat & Sun: 2PM & 8PM Wicked Shea’s Performing Arts 646 Main St., Buffalo sheas.org 716-847-1410

January 3 & 4 The Littlest Snow Monster Lancaster Opera House 21 Central Ave., Lancaster lancopera.org 716-683-1776

January 9 7PM Sabres vs Florida First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

January 3 5–10PM First Friday in Allentown Allentown Association Allen St. between Pearl & Elmwood Ave., Buffalo firstfridaysallentown.com 716-881-1024 January 4 8AM–3PM Our Famous Flea Market VFW Post-Harvey D Morin 965 Center Rd, West Seneca

January 10 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits vs Toronto Rock First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo bandits.com 716-855-4100

January 4 7PM Sabres vs New Jersey First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 January 7 7PM Sabres vs Carolina First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

January 11 7:30PM WWE Live First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo tickets.com 888-223-6000 January 12 3PM Sabres at Washington sabres.nhl.com January 12 4PM Buffalo Bandits at Philadelphia Wings bandits.com

January 14 7:30PM Sabres vs Philadelphia First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

January 23 7PM Sabres vs Carolia First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

January 15 7:30PM Sabres at Toronto sabres.nhl.com

January 23 Know the Score– Copland’s America Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000

January 17 & 18 Amadeus Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 January 17 9PM Underground Stampede American Legion Post 928 7353 Erie Rd., Derby undergroundstampede.com January 18 9PM Buffalo Bandits at Colorado Mammoth bandits.com January 18 7PM Sabres vs Columbus First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 January 21 7PM Sabres vs Florida First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

January 25 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits vs Rochester Knighthawks First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo bandits.com 716-855-4100 January 25 Chili Cook Off Church of Advent 54 Deleware Rd., Kenmore 716-876-6504 January 25 Cirque Musica Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 January 25 7PM Sabres at Columbus sabres.nhl.com


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January 26 3PM January 31 – Febuary 2 Art of Jazz Series–Tim 9AM–10PM Berne/Snakeoil Music Is Art Winter Youth Albright-Knox Art Gallery Jazz Festival 1285 Elmwood Ave., Center for the Arts Buffalo 103 Center for the Arts, albrightknox.org Buffalo 716-882-8700 horizonclubtours.com 800-242-4244 January 26 9AM–8PM Flurroius January 31 7PM Delaware Park Harlem Globetrotters 84 Parkside Ave., Buffalo 2013 “ You Write the bfloparks.org Rules” World Tour First Niagara Center January 26 11AM 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, 20th Annual Buffalo Penguin Run tickets.com Classic’s V Banquet Hall 888-223-6000 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst February 1 & 2 cradlebeach.org Bianconi Plays Rach 3 716-549-6307 Kleinhans Music Hall

February 1 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits vs Toronto Rock First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo bandits.com 716-855-4100

January 27 7:30PM Sabres at Pittsburgh sabres.nhl.com

February 6 7:30PM Sabres at Ottowa sabres.nhl.com

January 28 7:30PM Sabres vs Washington First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 January 30 7:30PM Jay Z First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo irstniagaracenter.com 716-855-4100 January 30 Sabres at Phoenix sabres.nhl.com

9PM

370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000

February 1 8AM–3PM Our Famous Flea Market VFW Post-Harvey D Morin 965 Center Rd, West Seneca February 1 12–2PM Amherst Teen Idol Boulevard Mall Food Court 730 Alberta Dr., Amherst Amherst.ny.us 716-631-7132 February 1 3PM Sabres at Colorado sabres.nhl.com

February 3 7PM Sabres vs Edmonton First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100 February 5 7:30PM Sabres vs Pittsburgh First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo sabres.nhl.com 716-855-4100

February 6 – 8 WNY Farm Show Hamburg Fairgrounds 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg wnyfarmshow.com February 7 5–10PM First Friday in Allentown Allentown Association Allen St. between Pearl & Elmwood Ave., Buffalo firstfridaysallentown.com 716-881-1024 February 8 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits at Rochester Knighthawks bandits.com

February 8 9PM Underground Stampede American Legion Post 928 7353 Erie Rd., Derby undergroundstampede.com February 15 7:30PM Buffalo Bandits vs Philadelphia Wings First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo bandits.com 855-4100 February 15 Barbra Streisand Songbook with Ann Hampton Callaway Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 February 16 Up, Up and Away Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 February 22 & 23 Mendelssohn’s Violin Kleinhans Music Hall 370 Pennsylvania St., Buffalo bpo.org 716-885-5000 February 22 7:30PM Justin Timberlake First Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo tickets.com 888-223-6000

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NOT JUST GOOD FOOD... FUN ON THE TRAIL

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Jan. 11, 2014

(716) 595-3523 Route 60, Cassadaga, NY

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Welcome All Snowmobilers! Follow signs on trail to our door

Chautauqua County Snowmobile Clubs Chautauqua Lake Snowmobile Club 7239 Hannum Rd., Chautauqua 716-753-2924 Cherry Creek Sno-Goers PO Box 243 Ellery Sno-Cruisers PO Box 89, Bemus Point 716-499-7538 Lake Effect Trail Breakers 34 Jamestown St., Sinclairville 716-316-4444 Sunset Drifters Snowmobile Club 2556 Rte. 20, Sheridan


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Scallywags Grub & Spirits Scallywags Grub and Spirits is the home of Buffalo’s best Steak and Seafood, with a fine selection of Wings like no other. Located just minutes from Buffalo, in Derby, New York, the pirate theme perfectly complements the tremendous selection of seafood dishes. A daily fish fry, surf and turf, and Mako shark bites are all on the menu.

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Rt. 83 Cherry Creek Open Monday - Saturday Closed Sunday Eat In or Take Out

Breakfast • Lunch Dinner

716-296-5225

Open Daily 3pm-Close

If you prefer the more traditional, Scallywags has a fine selection of burgers, steaks, beef on weck, salads, and more, all with the friendly, warm service that belies the pirate atmosphere.. What pirate fare would be complete without its grog? Scallywags boasts a fully stocked bar to quench every buccaneer’s thirst.

Scallywags Grub and Spirits is the dream of Deebe Brown and her brother David. The two of them planned this voyage to create the ultimate pirate’s den of seafood and drink for years, opening for business in September 2010. Following the tragic loss of David in 2011, Deebe decided to continue to pursue the dream that she and David had created, and carried on. Adding further improvements to an already renovated restaurant, Deebe has devised the ultimate pirate’s paradise of food and drink. With a nautical theme and a wide variety of food, including the finest seafood selection in Western New York, it is the perfect place for intimate dinners, family nights out or banquets. “Walking in the front doors is like walking into a pirate ship.” Deebe said “Every surface has been changed to fit our theme.”

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You’ll see what she means when you arrive at Scallywags Grub and Spirits!


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November 15 – 18 6PM Christmas in the Village Eason Hall, McClurg Mansion & Moore Park, Westfield westfieldny.com 716-326-3504

Chautauqua County Events November 6 – 9 Wed–Sat: 7:30PM, Sat & Sun: 2PM The School for Scandal Marvel Theatre, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-3217 November 8 – 10 10AM–5PM Harvest Wine Weekend Lake Erie Wine Country Wineries Silver Creek, NY to North East, PA lakeeriewinecountry.org 800-326-6561 November 8 7:30PM Mark Twain Live starring Mike Randall Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 November 9 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278 November 9 10AM–5PM Holiday Craft & Gift Show Chautauqua County Fair Grounds 1089 Central Ave., Dunkirk paintbyshelly.com 716-965-2956

November 9 Little Explorers Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown jamestownaudubon.org 716-569-2345 November 9 1–5PM Owl Day Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown jamestownaudubon.org 716-569-2345 November 9 1–4:35PM Live at the Met - Tosca Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891

November 15 & 16 7:30PM Hillman Opera: La Cenerentola King Concert Hall, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-4638 November 15 7–8PM Dark Star Orchestra Reg Lenna Center for the Arts 116 East Third St., Jamestown reglenna.com 716-484-7070 November 15 8–10PM Wits ‘n Giggles: Friday Night Comedy Jamestown Savings Bank Arena 319 West Third St., Jamestown jamestownarena.com 716-484-2624

November 9 2PM Topiary Class First Baptist Church 32 Main St., Silver Creek 716-934-7608

November 16 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278

November 9 6–8PM Owl Prowl Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown jamestownaudubon.org 716-569-2345

November 16 9:30AM–4:30PM Holiday Shopping in Amish Country SUNY Fredonia 286 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-3177

November 12 7:30–9:30PM The Butler Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891

November 16 10AM–5PM Santa’s Gallery Hop 6439 South Portage Rd., Westfield portagehillgallery 716-326-4478

November 19 7:30-9:30PM The Butler Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 November 22 & 23 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278 November 23 11:30AM–2PM Thanksgiving with the Birds Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown jamestownaudubon.org 716-569-2345 November 24 7PM Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony Chamber Concert SS. Peter & Paul Church 508 Cherry St., Jamestown cryouthsymphony.com 716-644-2465 November 26 7:30–9:30PM The Butler Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 November 29 8–10PM Wits ‘n Giggles: Friday Night Comedy Jamestown Savings Bank Arena 319 West Third St., Jamestown jamestownarena.com 716-484-2624 November 29 10AM–4:30PM Black Friday at the Audubon Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown jamestownaudubon.org 716-569-2345


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November 30 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278 November 30 7–8PM Holiday Candlelight Tours Fenton History Center 67 Washington St., Jamestown fentonhistorycenter.org 716-664-6256 December 5 & 6 7PM Danza! Performing Arts Academy Holiday Dance Recital Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 December 6 7PM Kaleidoscope Series: The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t Marvel Theatre, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-3501

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December 7 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278 December 7 10:30AM–4:30PM Miracle on Main Street Main St., Fredonia festivalsfredonia.com 716-680-2844 December 7 7–8PM Holiday Candlelight Tours Fenton History Center 67 Washington St., Jamestown fentonhistorycenter.org 716-664-6256

December 7 8PM Movies at the Center Reg Lenna Center for the Arts 116 East Third St., Jamestown reglenna.com 716-664-2564 Decemebr 8 2–4PM Chautauqua County Historical Society Holiday Open House McClurg Museum Moore Park, Westfield mcclurgmuseum.org 716-326-2977 December 8 8PM Movies at the Center Reg Lenna Center for the Arts 116 East Third St., Jamestown reglenna.com 716-664-2564 December 12 7:30PM Pops: ‘Tis the Season– Starring the Hitmen King Concert Hall, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-3217 December 13 8–10PM Wits ‘n Giggles: Friday Night Comedy Jamestown Savings Bank Arena 319 West Third St., Jamestown jamestownarena.com 716-484-2624 December 13 7:30PM Songs for Winter Night A Folk in Fredonia Holiday Concert Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 December 14 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278


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December 14 1–4PM Live at the Met - Falstaff Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 December 14 7PM–8PM Holiday Candlelight Tours Fenton History Center 67 Washington St., Jamestown fentonhistorycenter.org 716-664-6256 December 14 7PM Progressive Skating & Gymnastics Spectacular Jamestown Savings Bank Arena 319 West Third St., Jamestown jamestownarena.com 716-484-2624 December 19 & 20 7PM Collage Performing Arts Center’s “Christmas in Our Hometown” Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 December 21 9AM–5PM Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market 6017 Sherman-Westfield Rd., Westfield thecrossroadsmarket.com 716-326-6278

December 21 7–8PM Holiday Candlelight Tours Fenton History Center 67 Washington St., Jamestown fentonhistorycenter.org 716-664-6256 December 21 & 22 8PM Movies at the Center Reg Lenna Center for the Arts 116 East Third St., Jamestown reglenna.com 716-664-2564 December 26 – January 2 10AM–5PM Holiday Week at the Wineries Lake Erie Wine Country Wineries Silver Creek, NY to North East, PA lakeeriewinecountry.org 800-326-6561 December 28 & 29 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151 December 28 7–8PM Holiday Candlelight Tours Fenton History Center 67 Washington St., Jamestown fentonhistorycenter.org 716-664-6256

January 4 & 5 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151

January 19 10:30AM–4:30PM Currier & Ives Sleigh Rally Chautauqua Institute Route 394, Chautauqua 716-655-2045

January 11 11:30AM White Out 2014 Sandy’s Whte Horse Inn 8008 Route 60, Cassadaga 716-595-3523

January 25 & 26 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151

January 11 & 12 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151 January 12 12AM–5PM Polar Bear Swim for Charity Firehouse on the Lake 23 Jackson St., Silver Creek 716-934-3773 January 18 & 19 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151

January 31 8PM The Odd Couple Lucille Ball Little Theatre 18 East 2nd St., Jamestown 716-483-1095 February 1 & 2 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151 February 1 & 2 2PM The Odd Couple Lucille Ball Little Theatre 18 East 2nd St., Jamestown 716-483-1095 February 7 & 8 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151


26 Celebrate Winter 2013 February 7 & 8 8PM The Odd Couple Lucille Ball Little Theatre 18 East 2nd St., Jamestown 716-483-1095 February 7 7PM Kaleidoscope Series: Wells and Woodhead– Masters of Mayhem Marvel Theatre, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673- 3501 February 8 1–5PM Live at the Met - Rusalka Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 February 9 2PM The Odd Couple Lucille Ball Little Theatre 18 East 2nd St., Jamestown 716-483-1095

February 9 7:30PM The Great Canadian Train Ride with Doug Jones Marvel Theatre, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673- 3501 February 14 – 16 President’s Day Weekend Winter Festival Lakeside Park Route 394, Mayville 716-753-3113 February 15 & 16 1–3PM Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Chautauqua Bookstore 10 Roberts St., Chautauqua 716-357-2151

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February 15 7:30PM “Love Letters” starring Mike Randall and Tina Rausa Fredonia Opera House 9 Church St., Fredonia fredopera.org 716-679-1891 February 21 & 22 7:30PM Fredonia Dance Ensemble Marvel Theatre, SUNY Fredonia 280 Central Ave., Fredonia fredonia.edu 716-673-3217

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Niagara County Events November 8 8PM The Four Freshman Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413 November 8 8PM Seth Meyers Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100 November 8 – 11 12–5PM Share Bounty Niagara Wine Trail niagarawinetrail.org November 8 – 17 M–F, 12–5PM; Sat & Sun 2–5PM Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society Exhibit Kenan Center 433 Locust St., Lockport November 9 Reptile Experience Aquarium of Niagara 701 Whirlpool St., Niagara Falls aquariumofniagara.org 716-285-3575 November 9 10AM–2:30PM Gorge at Low Water Whirlpool State Park 716-282-5154

November 10 7:30PM The American Legion Band’s Veterans’ Day Concert Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413 November 13 6–11PM The Hellpop Tour FT: In This Moment, Motionless in White & More The Rapids Theatre 1711 Main St., Niagara Falls ticketfly.com 877-435-9849 November 14 Old Falls Street Italian Feast Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls 101 Old Falls St., Niagara Falls fallsstreet.com

November 15 8PM Gin Blossoms Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100

November 23 8PM Smash Mouth Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100

November 16 10AM–2:30PM Gorge at Low Water Whirlpool State Park 716-282-5154

November 24 1–4PM Benjamin Long Homestead Open The Long Homestead 24 East Niagara St., Tonawanda 716-694-7406

November 16 8PM Dave Davies Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100 November 17 12–4PM Great Lakes Kitefliers Society 3rd Sunday Kite Fly Gratwick Riverside Park 1200 River Rd., North Tonawanda flyglks.com 716-731-5653 November 17 6:30–8:30PM Full Moon Adventure Wison-Tuscarora State Park 716-282-5154 November 22 – 24 Holiday Gift Show Kenan Center 433 Locust St., Lockport

November 14 7:30PM Loretta Lynn Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

November 23 – January 6 5–9PM 23rd Annual Festival of Lights Our Lady of Fatima Shrine 1023 Swann Rd., Lewiston 716-754-7489

November 15 & 16 8PM Musical Box Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

November 23 John Valby Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

8PM

November 26 & 27 8PM Great Big Sea Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100 November 27 – December 31 Holiday Lights of Niagara Trail Hyde Park Corner of Pine Avenue & Hyde Park, Niagara Falls November 29 – December 1 3PM & 7PM ‘Amahl & the Night Visitors” Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413 November 30 & December 1 1–4PM Benjamin Long Homestead Open The Long Homestead 24 East Niagara St., Tonawanda 716-694-7406

November 30 11AM–3PM Santa on the Carrousel Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St., North Tonawanda carrouselmuseum.org 716-693-1885


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November 30 8PM The Pointer Sisters Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100

December 5 – 8 A Christmas Carol Ghostlight Theatre 170 Schenck, North Tonawanda 716-743-1614

December 1 – January 4 9AM–4PM Festival of Trees New York Power Authority 5777 Lewiston Rd., Lewiston 716-286-6661

December 6 – 8 12–5PM Holiday Happening Niagara Wine Trail niagarawinetrail.org

December 1 – January 6 Fatima Shrine Festival of Lights Fatima Shrine 1023 Swann Rd., Lewiston December 4 7:30PM Organ Concert Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

December 6 8PM Richie Furay Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100 December 7 & 8 1–4PM Benjamin Long Homestead Open The Long Homestead 24 East Niagara St., Tonawanda 716-694-7406

State Line Draft Horse Club Sleigh Rides at Chautauqua Institution December 28th through February 23 Horse-drawn bobsled sleigh rides through grounds of Victorian Chautauqua Institution every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 3pm. (Wagons or Sleigh - weather permitting). Purchase tickets at the Chautauqua Bookstore in Bestor Plaza.

67 Bestor Plaza January 19th Chautauqua, 10am Chautauqua-Allegheny, NY Sleigh Rally Competition, 716.782.2871 Driving Mini-Draft Horses

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December 7 & 8 10AM–5PM Village of Lewiston Christmas Walk Center St., Lewiston

December 13 – 15 12–5PM Holiday Happening Niagara Wine Trail niagarawinetrail.org

December 7 11AM–3PM Santa on the Carrousel Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St., North Tonawanda carrouselmuseum.org 716-693-1885

December 13 Buffalo Gay Men’s Chorus Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

December 7 10AM–3PM Santa’s Workshop for Kids and Craft Show North Tonawanda Senior Center 110 Goundry St., North Tonawanda

December 13 7–9PM “Go and Catch a Falling Star” Geminid Meteor Shower Knox Farm State Park 716-549-1050

December 7 Winter Walk Webster St., Lewiston 716-694-4715 December 7 8:30AM–12PM 4th Annual Breakfast with Santa Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls 101 Old Falls St., Niagara Falls 716-278-2100 December 7 9AM–5PM Deck the Halls New York Power Authority 5777 Lewiston Rd., Lewiston 716-286-6661 December 11–15 8PM Tony Orlando Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100 December 12 – 15 A Christmas Carol Ghostlight Theatre 170 Schenck, North Tonawanda 716-743-1614

8PM

December 14 & 15 1–4PM Benjamin Long Homestead Open The Long Homestead 24 East Niagara St., Tonawanda 716-694-7406 December 14 11AM–3PM Santa on the Carrousel Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St., North Tonawanda carrouselmuseum.org 716-693-1885 December 15 7:30PM The American Legion Band’s Christmas Concert Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413 December 15 Castle by Candelelight Old Fort Niagara Youngstown oldfortniagara.org 716-745-7611 December 15 6:30PM Flames Through Lewiston Center St., Lewiston historiclewiston.com


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December 19 200th Anniversary Commemoration of the Capture of Fort Niagara Old Fort Niagara Fort Niagara State Park, Youngstown oldfortniagara.org 716-745-7611

Decemebr 20 & 21 8PM The Scinta’s Christmas Show Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413

December 19 7:30PM Linda Eder Riviera Theatre 67 Webster St., North Tonawanda rivieratheatre.org 716-692-2413 December 19 6:30PM Tuscarora Heroes Monument Unveiling Historical Association of Lewiston 469 Plain St., Lewiston tuscaroraheroes.com 716-754-4214

December 21 11AM–3PM Santa on the Carrousel Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St, North Tonawanda carrouselmuseum.org 716-693-1885 December 26 – 30 12–4PM Cool Crafts for Cold Days Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St., North Tonawanda carrouselmuseum.org 716-693-1885

December 27 8PM Kim Mitchell Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel senecaniagaracasino.com 716-299-1100

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January 25 & 26 Buffalo Bridal Expo Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel 310 Fourth St., Niagara Falls buffalobridalexpo.com 716-566-1116 February 8 – 10 Be Mine with Wine Niagara Wine Trail www.niagarawinetrail.org

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Genesee County Events November 8 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 8 – 10 7–10PM Clue the Musical Stuart Steiner Theatre Genesee Community College One College Rd., Batavia genesee.edu 585-345-6814 November 9 2–6PM 5th Annual Christmas Angel Festival Calvery Baptist Church 3515 Galloway Rd., Batavia 585-548-7634

November 9 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 13 6:30–10:30PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 16 10AM–4PM Holiday Festival Batavia High School 260 State St., Batavia 585-344-4150 November 15 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750

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November 15 7:30–10PM Galumpha – Dance/ Physical Theatre Stuart Steiner Theatre Genesee Community College One College Rd., Batavia genesee.edu 585-345-6814

November 20 6:30–10:30PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750

November 16 2–5PM Fundraiser for the Friend of the Peace Garden GO-ART 201 East Main St., Batavia 585-344-2458

November 22 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750

November 16 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 14 10AM Old Growth Forest Visit Museum Woods Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 November 17 10AM Big Tree Tour – Part III Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 November 17 4:30PM Full Moon Over the Gorge Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600

November 23 10AM–2PM Santa’s Day at Oliver’s Oliver’s Candies 211 West Main St., Batavia oliverscandies.com 585-343-5888 November 23 10AM Old Growth Forest Visit Dehgayasoh Valley Woods Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 November 23 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 27 6:30–10:30PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750

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November 29 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 November 30 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 December 1 10AM Old Growth Forest Visit Bishop Woods & Dark Woods Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 December 1 2PM Indoor Ed–Venture Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 December 4 6:30–10:30PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 December 6 – 7 5–9PM Taste of the Holidays Downtown Batavia Routes 5 & 63, Batavia downtownbataviany.com 585-344-0900 December 7 10AM–12PM Create a Critter Genesee County Park Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany co.genesee.ny.us 585-344-1122 December 7 1–6PM Christmas in Oakfield Triangle Park Main St., Oakfield townofoakfieldny.com 585-948-5835 December 7 10AM Old Growth Forest Visit Cabin Bank Woods Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600

December 7 6:15–9PM Batavia Downs Live Racing Batavia Downs Casino 8315 Park Rd., Batavia bataviadownscasino.com 585-343-3750 December 13 4PM Approaching Full Moon Over the River Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 December 14 39th Annual Letchworth/ Silver Lake Christmas Bird Count Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY

Customize our modern banquet facility to meet your needs and make your event perfect. We also offer catering to fit every budget and taste

December 19 – 22 7:30–10PM Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carole 56 Harvester Ave., Batavia 585-219-4381 December 21 3:30PM Equinox Sunset Letchworth State Park nysparks.com/parks/79 585-493-3600 December 22 2–5PM Fundraiser for the Friend of the Peace Garden GO-ART 201 East Main St., Batavia 585-344-2458 January 18 2–5PM Fundraiser for the Friend of the Peace Garden GO-ART 201 East Main St., Batavia 585-344-2458 January 25 Corfu-Pembroke Winterfest Pembroke Community Center 116 East Main St., Corfu February 7 7:30–10PM Post Comedy Theatre: The One Man Variety Show Stuart Steiner Theatre Genesee Community College One College Rd., Batavia genesee.edu 585-345-6814 February 22 5–9PM Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner Clarion Hotel 8250 Park Rd., Batavia

Serving Derby and Angola, NY areas:

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November 23 7–9PM “The Charlie Daniels Band” Seneca Allegany Events Center 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca senecaalleganycasino.com 800-745-3000

Cattaraugus County Events November 8 & 9 3:30–7:30PM 10th Annual Beer & Wine Festival Holiday Valley Mountain Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-2345 November 8 7:30–9PM Windsync – Wind Quintet St. Bonaventure University 3261 West State Rd., St. Boneventure friendsofgoodmusic.com 716-375-2494 November 9 – 11 4PM 2013 Art & Antique Show Portville High School 500 Elm St., Portville 716-933-6005

November 14 8PM–12AM Detained – Tour & Hunt Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 November 22 – 24 10AM–7PM Christmas in Ellicottville 2013 Village of Ellicottville 13 Washington St., Ellicottville ellicottville.com 800-349-9099 November 22 7PM–4AM Quarantined 7 Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066

November 23 8PM–4AM Captive Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 November 24 4:30–6PM Historical Tour Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 November 24 7–9PM Flashlight Tour Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 November 29 – December 1 7:30PM–12:30AM Walking in a Winter Wonderland Village of Ellicottville Ellictottville ellicottville.com 800-349-9099

November 29 7–8PM GOACC’s Santa Claus Lane Parade North Union St., Olean oleanny.com 716-372-4433 November 29 Opening day of the ski and snowboard season, weather permitting Holiday Valley Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-3904 November 29 8PM–2AM Teen Hunt Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 2 7:30PM–12:30AM Mid–Week Quarantined Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 4 – 8 1:30PM & 7PM “Sha Na Na Rockin’ Christmas” Seneca Allegany Events Center 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca senecaalleganycasino.com 800-745-3000

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December 4 6–8PM Visit with Santa at his Cottage Lincoln Park, Downtown Olean 716-372-4433 December 5 7:30–10:30PM 3 Hour Psych Hold Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 6 – 8 Salamanca’s 2013 Silver Bells Festival City of Salamanca 26 Main St., Salamanca salamancachamber.org 716-945-2034 December 6 8PM–1AM ICU Tour & Hunt Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 7 10AM–7PM Ellicottville’s 2013 Christmas Stroll Village of Ellicottville 12 Monroe St., Ellicottville ellicottville.com 800-349-9099 December 7 7:30–9:30PM “Winter Prelude” Allegany-Limestone High School 3131 Five Mile Rd., Allegany southerntiersymphony.org December 11 6–8PM Visit with Santa at his Cottage Lincoln Park, Downtown Olean 716-372-4433 December 13 7:30–9PM Holiday Concert with Spanish Brass St. Bonaventure University 3261 West State Rd., St. Boneventure friendsofgoodmusic.com 716-375-2494

December 15 6–8PM Flashlight Tour Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 18 7:30PM–12:30AM Mid–Week Quarantined Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 21 Free Equipment Demo Day Holiday Valley Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-3904 December 28 8PM–1AM Teen Night Hunt Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 29 6–9PM 3 Hour Psych Hold Rolling Hills Asylum 11001 Bethany Center Rd., East Bethany rollinghillsasylum.vpweb.com 585-502-4066 December 29 5–9PM “Cheap Trick” Seneca Allegany Events Center 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca senecaalleganycasino.com 800-745-3000 December 31 – January 1 11PM–12AM New Years Eve Celebration & Torchlight Parade Holiday Valley Mountain Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-2345

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34 Celebrate Winter 2013 January 2 – 8 Canadian Friendship Week Holiday Valley Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-3904 January 3 & 4 10AM–7PM Winter Blues Weekend Village of Ellicottville 12 Monroe St., Ellicottville ellicottville.com 800-349-9099 January 11 12–3PM Snowshoe Blitz Pfeiffer Nature Center’s Lillibridge Property 1974 Lillibridge Rd., Portville pfeiffernaturecenter.org 716-933-0187

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January 25 & 26 10AM–4PM Greater Olean Outdoor & Rec Sports Show Good Times of Olean Center 800R East State St., Olean oleanny.com 716-372-4433 January 26 3–4:30PM Madriglia–Vocal Ensemble St. Bonaventure University 3261 West State Rd., St. Boneventure friendsofgoodmusic.com 716-375-2494 February 1 12–2PM Winter Fun at Pfeiffer Nature Center Pfeiffer Nature Center’s Lillibridge Property 1974 Lillibridge Rd., Portville pfeiffernaturecenter.org 716-933-0187

February 6 – 9 7:30–9:30PM To Kill a Mockingbird Washington Street Theatre 702 Washington St., Olean oleanworkshop.org 716-373-SHOW

February 22 11AM–1PM Preparing for our Feathered Friends Portville Library 1 North Main St., Portville pfeiffernaturecenter.org 716-933-0187

February 7 7:30–9PM La Catrina Quartet St. Bonaventure University 3261 West State Rd., St. Boneventure friendsofgoodmusic.com 716-375-2494

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February 9 & 10 Your Turn Women’s Ski Clinic with Lisa Densmore Holiday Valley Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville holidayvalley.com 716-699-3904

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Snow is on the way!!!

Call us for all your Collision needs!

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Sledders, be they children or adults, should always sled feet-first or sitting up prove harmful to children. These drawstrings can easily get tangled and lead to strangulation. Parents should remove all drawstrings from kids’ winter clothing before kids participate in winter sports.

Safety first for winter sportsmen

Ice skating & hockey

Winter is a special time of year for sportsmen.

The great outdoors beckons men and women in the wintertime, when skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and sledding are just a few of the many cold weather activities to entice athletes out of their homes. Though winter sports can help fend off cabin fever, those who don’t exercise certain safety precautions might find themselves dealing with another kind of fever. Cold weather can leave men, women and children susceptible to illness or injury if they aren’t careful. The following are a few safety tips for winter sportsmen who want to make the most of the coming winter sports season. Clothing Inadequate clothing is one of the easiest ways a winter sportsmen can fall victim to illness or injury . But the right clothing can go a long way toward ensuring this winter sports season is fun and illness- and injury-free. • Wear protective head gear. Protective headgear can help sportsmen avoid colds and head injuries. When venturing outdoors in the winter, always wear a protective wool ski cap. Most body heat is lost through the head, but wool caps help your body retain warmth on cold days and nights. In addition, sportsmen should always wear protective headgear when skiing, sledding, snowboarding or playing ice hockey. Even the most experienced sportsmen can suffer a head injury when playing a winter sport, but the appropriate headgear can prevent head injuries to veteran and novice athletes alike. • Dress in layers. Dressing in layers is another way to stay warm and prevent illness in the winter months. Kids are especially susceptible to cold weather, so parents should dress them in one more layer than they dress themselves. When wearing scarves, sportsmen should tuck their scarves in so they don’t get tangled with sporting equipment. • Remove drawstrings from kids’ clothing. Drawstrings on winter hats, overcoats and pants can

Winter is a great time to go ice skating or play some hockey. However, ice sports like skating and hockey can be especially dangerous, and it’s wise for adults and children to be as cautious as possible when getting in some ice time. • Beware of thin ice. Ice that forms on moving waters, including rivers and creeks, is never safe enough to skate on. Such waters should always be avoided no matter how thick the ice may appear. When going ice skating or playing hockey outdoors, only do so on waters that are supervised and have been tested and approved for skating. • Skate with the crowd and never skate alone. Skating alone might give you all the room in the world to perform a figure eight, but skating alone leaves you with no backup should the ice break and you fall in or if you injure yourself in a fall. When skating, never skate against the crowd. Skiing and snowboarding


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Skiing and snowboarding are immensely popular in the winter, but that popularity should not overshadow how dangerous these activities can be. • Get instruction. Ski resorts typically require guests with no previous skiing or snowboarding experience to get lessons before they can take to the slopes. These lessons are a must for novice skiers and snowboarders and even those athletes with no recent experience on the slopes. • Be especially cautious when entering or exiting the ski lift. Ski lifts pose a significant injury risk, so skiers and snowboarders should always be attentive when entering or exiting the lift. • Don’t allow young children to snowboard. Many of today’s youngsters prefer snowboarding to skiing. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children seven years of age and younger should not snowboard. • Don’t be in a hurry. Skiing or snowboarding too fast increases the chance you will lose control and cause injury to yourself or others. Go at a slower, more relaxed pace and take in all of the beautiful scenery along the way. Sledding

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New Angola Theater

72 N. Main St, Village of Angola

549-4866

www.newangolatheater.com We offer: 3D and 2D movies Open and Closed Caption Come join us for your next special event! Offering Birthday Parties, Wedding Ceremonies, Concerts, Political Debates, Trainings, Presentations, Large Meetings, etc.

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Sledding is a great way to have some fun in the winter snow. But even though sledding is often seen as a carefree activity, it can be risky as well. • Never sled near traffic. Sledding near traffic is a definite no-no, as it risks the lives of sledders and motorists alike. Always make sure you sled in an insulated area far away from roadways. • Sled feet-first or sitting up. Sledding feet-first or sitting up greatly reduces a sledder’s risk of suffering a head or neck injury. Never sled while lying down head first. • Never sled on ice. Sledding on ice can cause injuries and make it difficult to control a sled. When sledding, only do so on packed snow. • Do not allow a sled to be pulled by a vehicle. Being pulled by a vehicle while on a sled might seem like fun, but it’s nearly impossible for oncoming traffic to see a sledder behind a vehicle, and it’s very easy for the sled to fishtail into oncoming traffic.

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Sweet deals for sweetie pies! Save big bucks on kids stuff. We buy and sell gently used kids stuff, including clothing, toys, furniture and equipment. No appointment necessary. Cash on the spot! Saving money, how sweet it is!

$5 off a $30 purchase of gently used apparel, toys and/or equipment when you present this ad! BUSINESS HOURS: M-Sat. 10 am - 8 pm, Sun. Noon - 5 pm BUY HOURS: M-F 10 am - 7 pm; Sat. 10 am - 6 pm; Sun. Noon - 3 pm

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in a hurry. And just in case Mother Nature skimps on her usual 180 inches of

snow, snowmaking covers 95% of the mountain. And then there’s Ellicottville, a funky little ski town that keeps the fun going on into the night. Skiing, riding, tubing or just chilling…whatever way you carve it at Holiday Valley - It’s Just Fun © NYSDED-Photo by Darren McGee

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Wobble Til You Gobble!! Wed., November 27th Gather here for the biggest pary night of the year! Live music w/the Screaming Pineapples! Wild Turkey Specials! Blizzard Bash!! Sat., December 21st Silly Santa Hat & Ugly Sweater Contest! Live Music! Christmas Cocktail Specials New Years Eve Celebration! Tues., December 31st Surf & Turf Specials! Free Champagne Toast @Midnight Make this your Sabres Destination! 40¢ Wings / $7 Pitchers during all Sabres Games! 7 Flat Screens! 28 Wing Flavors

Weekly Specials Sunday & Monday - CLOSED Tues.: $5 Appetizers* Wed.: 40¢ Wings • $2 Bud Light Lime (after 7) Thurs.: Coronas & Crabs!!! $29.99 unlimited Crab Legs, $2.50 Coronas Fri.: $3 Craft Pints • $21.99 Surf & Turf Sat.: $15 Craft Bottle Buckets - mix or match $21.99 Surf & Turf

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