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Determining when someone can no longer safely drive requires careful observation by family and caregivers. The following list provides warning signs that it's time to stop driving: • Forgetting how to locate familiar places • Failing to observe traffic signs • Making slow or poor decisions in traffic • Driving at an inappropriate speed • Becoming angry or confused while driving • Hitting curbs • Using poor lane control • Making errors at intersections • Confusing the brake and gas pedals • Returning from a routine drive later than usual • Forgetting the destination you are driving to during the trip Read more: http://www.alz.org/care/alzheimers-dementia-and-driving.asp#ixzz473OjVEZa

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Charlie Brown Christmas first aired December 9, 1965. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown was first aired October 27, 1966. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving first aired November 20, 1973.

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FREDONIA – The next feature film in the Opera House Cinema Series is the independent dramedy “Before You Know It.” It will be screened on Sat., Oct. 12, and Tues., Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m. This event falls during the Feeding Fredonia Food Challenge, of which the Opera House and the Village of Fredonia are participants. In the film, stage manager Rachel Gurner still lives in her childhood apartment above the theater her family owns and operates in New York City. Level-headed Rachel is the only thing standing between her family – her off-kilter actress sister Jackie, her eccentric playwright father Mel (Mandy Patinkin), and her deadpan preteen niece Dodge – and utter chaos. Then, in the wake of a sudden family tragedy, Rachel and Jackie learn their presumed-deceased mother (Judith Light) is not just alive, but thriving as a soap-opera star! Beandrea July, in the Hollywood Reporter, calls the film “a lighthearted and engrossing family drama.” Katie Walsh, in the Los Angeles Times, calls it “a charming and quirky New York tale.” Christy Lemire, on RogerEbert.com, says the film “shifts seamlessly from quirky to sad to mysterious to wacky to surreal within just the space of a few days, so much so that you’d never know it’s director Hannah Pearl Utt’s feature filmmaking debut.” Brad Wheeler, in the Toronto Globe and Mail, adds “the dialogue is clever and the premise witty. It’s a New York-y film that has the zip of a farce, without all the nuttiness. (There’s a little nuttiness.).” Unrated, “Before You Know It” runs one hour, 38 minutes. The Opera House Cinema Series is sponsored by Lake Shore Savings Bank. For more information, call the Opera House Box Office at 716-679-1891. The Opera House is equipped with individualized closed captioning headsets for the deaf as well as with assistive listening headsets for the hearing-impaired. Simply request one from any usher or Opera House staff member.

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Forestville Fall Festival

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October 5-6, 2019 Forestville High School 4 Academy Street

Forestville Fall Festival

COME AND ENJOY OUR: • CRAFT SHOW • NEW - ANTIQUE VENDORS • FOOD VENDORS • CHILI COOK-OFF

Enter at 12 NOON Saturday, October 5 (Minimum 5qt. pot) And Don’t forget to name your Chili

• HISTORICAL HOUSE TOURS SAT 12-4 • CORN HOLE CONTEST SAT 12-3

Saturday, October 5th • Pork Dinner @ St. Rose of Lima Church, 11 Center St. (Noon - 6pm) • 7pm Meat Party at American Legion Sunday, October 6th • Chicken Barbecue 12pm til Sold Out @ Forestville Fire Hall • Parade 1pm Trucks, Tractors & more Line Up at 12:30 @ Legion Hall • Decorate your Bike Contest & Dress up your Pet Contest for Parade

MONUMENTS

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Noon - Sold Out

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OPEN FOR THE SEASON

MEADOWS FARM Pick Your Own or Ready Picked

APPLES

Recipients of the 2018 Outstanding Administrative Service Awards are (from left): Natalio Matias, Leah Betts, Sarah Laurie, Sara Jagoda and Cheryl McCoy.

FREDONIA RECOGNIZES ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES EMPLOYEES FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE

The 2019 Outstanding Administrative Service Awards have been presented to five employees whose collective service spans 65 years and all major departments within the Finance and Administration division at the State University of New York at Fredonia. The awards highlight exemplary service that employees give to the campus. “The award recognizes the good work that you do every day,” Vice President for Finance and Administration Michael Metzger told the recipients and guests at the Sept. 26 luncheon held in their honor. “You’re the best of the best.” Criteria for the award, now in its 17th year, includes: outstanding Fredonia service attitude; creativity and resourcefulness in improving services; demonstrated team effort in everyday actions and positive attitude in dealing with students, faculty and staff. “We have absolutely wonderful employees on this campus, as shown by the five award winners,” added Interim President Dennis Hefner, who attended the luncheon. Award recipients included: Sarah Laurie, a member of the professional staff and director of Environmental Health and Safety and Sustainability, who began her career at Fredonia in January 2007 as the regulatory affairs specialist. She is a resident of Dewittville. Sara Jagoda, a janitor with Custodial Services, who began her career at Fredonia in August 2012 as a cleaner. She resides in Fredonia. Natalio Matias, a highway equipment operator in professional trades, who began his career at Fredonia in 2007 as a cleaner with Custodial Services. He is a resident of Fredonia. Leah Betts, from Secretarial/Clerical, is an Office Assistant 3 in Human Resources. She began her career at Fredonia in February 2005 as a Keyboard Specialist 1 and is a resident of Westfield. Cheryl McCoy, of the Faculty Student Association (FSA) - Operational Services, is the head cook at Willy C’s, formerly Centre Pointe. She began her career at Fredonia in September 1999 as a part-time assistant service worker. She resides in Dunkirk.

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WHAT’S A VFW WHITE HAT

One of my questions was the significance of the White Hat that a few of the members wore. The answer is that every year Department selects Commanders and Quartermasters that have met certain criteria and gives them a White Hat as an award. Only a handful are given each year so it is a significant achievement. However, as far as the Commander goes, it is a Post award as much as an individual award. Without a lot of people doing their jobs correctly the Commander would never get a White Hat. The Quartermaster, on the other hand, really earns their hat based on their individual performance. The Quartermaster is the bookkeeper of the Post and is audited by the Trustees every month. In addition, there are a variety of reports they must submit throughout the year, and the VFW keeps the QM very busy. QM David Sheldon and CDR Cynthia Mullen worked for 3 years in these positions. Come April 2020, at the 4 year mark Commander Mullen will turn over command of this award winning post in good standing to another Comrade.


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LOOKING FOR TALENT Kelly Services is Hiring in Dunkirk! Hiring Experienced Manufacturing Candidates! 2nd shift & 3rd Shift

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responsible for all set-up and operational functions of a specific production station or machine.

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AGRICULTURAL FIELD ENUMERATOR for Chautauqua County. Interview agricultural producers for the National Association of State Department’s of Agriculture (NASDA). Phone and-on farm interview work. Intermittent, part-time position. Pay rate for 2019- $11.53/hour to start plus mileage. Must have good communication skills, internet access, basic computer skills/ email, valid driver’s license, reliable transportation. Agricultural experience very desirable. EOE. Contact Lorraine Holtz 716-949-5496.

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is expanding and looking for Outside Sales Representatives. The successful candidate will be working in a fast paced, deadline driven environment. This is a full time position for a well organized individual. Monday - Friday work week where the nights and weekends are your own. We offer a very competitive compensation program, benefits, paid vacation and more. Send Resume to: The Olean Times Herald, Attn: Jim Bonn 639 Norton Dr Olean, NY 14760

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DID YOU KNOW?

There is a subtle difference between the pro and college footballs. Both levels use identically sized balls but college games are played with balls that have white stripes painted on either end. These markings supposedly make a passed ball easier to spot while it’s in flight.

Patterson Library Announces a Bountiful October Calendar

October has arrived, with its coat of many colors, and some very spooky and wholesome fun to fill your dance card with at the Patterson Library! Tuesday, October 8th is Crafternoon in Patterson Park from 5PM – 6PM with Ms. Jamie Perry, who will be making Halloween and Harvest themed crafts with us. Jamie Perry will then teach an adult class in the Octagon Gallery on card making, which is one of her, many specialties! Please call 716326-2154 to reserve your seat for this free class on October 8, 2019 from 6PM – 8PM; space is limited to the first fifteen students. Literary Circle will meet on Saturday, October 12th at 1PM in the Main Reading Room to discuss “The Parable of the Sower” by Octavia Butler, and prepare for “Lucky Jim” by Kinsley Amis for their Saturday, November 9th meeting at the library. On Tuesday, October 15th, we will host its second annual Community Connections Night, welcoming old and new neighbors, businesses, and agencies alike to network, sample wares, and learn about each other, and the town and village of Westfield – this event is free and open to the public, and we encourage you to come down to the library from 6PM – 8PM to network with us! Wednesday, October 16th we kickoff our joint Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation grant funded program with the YWCA of Westfield: Women Empowered through STEAM or W.E.S. with a talk given by two educators from Jamestown Community College’s Manufacturing Technology Institute at 1PM in the Main Reading Room. Come learn about the Workforce Development Grant to attend MTI at JCC, and the many educational programs available to you. On October 17th we welcome Career Concepts of Jamestown into the Main Reading Room for a mini-recruiting event from 1PM – 3PM; just bring your resume and firm handshake with you! Also on October 17th, from 6PM – 8PM we will host our second concert series by the Ekstasis Duo in the Main Reading Room – come listen to the mesmerizing repertoire of these two outstanding musicians, and some of their students from the SUNY Fredonia School of Music. Finally to wrap up this week, on October 18th from 5PM – 7PM we will host Twe’Evening for our 10 – 12 year old community members, and from 7PM – 10PM we will host Teen Night. Tuesday October 22nd at 6PM will bring the Alzheimer’s Association down from Buffalo to host a session on the “10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s” in the Reference Room, while the Blue Marble Discussion Group meets in the Main Reading Room to discuss “The Source: How Rivers Made America and America Remade its Rivers” by Martin Doyle, and prepare for their November 26th meeting, where they will discuss Anna Clark’s “The Poisoned City: Flint’s Water and the American Urban Tragedy”. October 25th and 26th is a new joint fundraiser for the Patterson Library, in conjunction with our partners: LSCFTA, CCHS at the McClurg Mansion, The Westfield Cemetery Association, The Village of Westfield, and the Westfield-Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Johnson Estate Winery & Howard, Hannah Holt Realty – Westfield Cemetery Tours! Tickets are only available for purchase at www.tinyurl.com/Y6EM7FX5. Tickets are $20 per person for a horse drawn carriage tour of the cemetery, or $15 (ages 13 and up) or $5 (ages 12 and under) for a guided walking tour of the cemetery. Each ticket includes a lantern and a refreshment before or after your tour. Tickets are limited, and the tours will go from 6PM – 10PM on both evenings; once tickets are sold out, they are sold out! We are so excited to have you join us for this new Westfield tradition! Also on Saturday, October 26th from 1PM – 3PM down in the children’s area we will host Spooky Fun! Come enjoy different spooky stations or watch “Hocus Pocus” on the big screen with us while we enjoy snacks and friendship! On October 28th at 6PM, we will host our second Big Screen Musicals in the Main Reading Room, featuring “Sweeney Todd” on the big screen – this movie is rated R due to adult content. We will have popcorn and beverages on site. Culinary Creations Club meets on Wednesday, October 30th in the Main Reading Room at 12 Noon to share and sample all dishes “Veritably Vegetarian”, come join us! On October 31st from 6PM – 8PM, the Write Now Writer’s Group in conjunction with the library will host “Hannah’s Haunted Tales”. Come join us throughout the library as you enjoy All Hollow’s Eve with refreshments and spooky tales with and about the Patterson Family! Finally, on Friday, November 1st, the Octagon Gallery will unveil “Cletus Johnson: A Retrospective” from 7PM – 9PM. We continue to sell tickets for the quilt raffle at the library for $5.00 per ticket. Remember we have a limited stock of tickets available for purchase. Once the two-hundredth ticket is sold, we will pull the raffle winner. Check out the library or library webpage, or Facebook page to see the beautiful quilt! Don’t forget our recurring monthly events: Makerspace Monday’s every Monday from 4PM – 5PM in the John W. Ellison Memorial Mobile Makerspace, Knit & Knatter Club meets every Tuesday at 1PM in the Main Reading Room, Storytime Fun every Friday at 9:30AM in Patterson Park, Write Now Writer’s Group meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month in the Main Reference Room. Remember to check our website at www.pattersonlibrary.info for our full schedule events for the month ofOctober, or call us at (716) 326-2154 for more information or to register for a program, or just simply pop on down to the library to pick up a printed calendar of events. Our events can also be located on the Westfield Community Calendar, on Facebook under Patterson Library, and in the local Penny Saver. If you would like to receive our monthly e-newsletters, please email the library director, Tom Vitale, at director@pattersonlib.org.


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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE MICHIGAN 4 WHEEL DRIVE LOADER, 1 1/2 yard bucket, Detroit diesel. Good brakes, good tires. Solid machine. $5,000. Call 673-6676.

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WERX LOADER – 2016: W1.8, air conditioning, bucket, 8’ pusher, 151 hours, diesel. Good Condition. $25,000. Call (585) 328-7930 or e-mail: dcardarelli1@hotmail.com FGSCC

FOR SALE MERCHANDISE BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM furnished doll house. Electrified. $200. 716-753-7330. F10/4

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SIGNS ROTORS MAY NEED TO BE REPLACED FOR SMOOTH BRAKING

The braking system of most vehicles consists of brake pads, calipers and metal discs called rotors that work to slow down a vehicle. When the vehicle needs to stop, the calipers squeeze the brake pads against the spinning rotors. Because a lot of friction is generated, rotors, like brake pads, need to be replaced periodically. However, drivers may not know when these components need to be changed or if other services can be done to prolong the life of the rotors a little longer. The first step is to inspect the braking system. A healthy brake rotor will be smooth and have an uninterrupted surface that is free of dust, grooves and grit. If brake pads have caused grooves to form, the pads or the rotors may need to be replaced. Another tactic is to listen for brake noise when driving. Mechanics state that noise is commonly associated with bad brake rotors. If the rotors produce squealing or squeaking noises or even scraping noises while braking, they may need to be replaced. Warped rotors also may produce vibrations that can be felt when the brakes are applied. A pulsing or rough feeling can vibrate through the entire chassis. Speak with a qualified mechanic to see if a lathe can be used to shave off a little of the rotors and get a few more miles out of them. Otherwise, to ensure safe, adequate braking, rotors will need to be replaced anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles depending on the type of brake pads and motorists’ driving style.

LHS Adoption Center 431 E. Chestnut Street, Dunkirk 672-1991

CATS:

All are spayed/neutered and up-to-date with shots Buddy (M) semi-long-haired, black, gray & white tabby, DOB 9/1/18 Cinnamon (F) short-haired, brown & gray tabby, DOB 9/18/16 Felicity (F) long-haired, black, brown & white tabby, DOB 9/18/15 Willie (M) short-haired, buff & white, DOB 9/21/17 Kittens - many are in need of caring homes. (LHS will help in making sure the kittens will be vaccinated and spayed/neutered at the appropriate age.)

DOGS:

All are spayed/neutered and up-to-date with shots: Nala (F) 9 yrs old, Puggle mix. Shy girl, needs lots of love and spoiling. Would do best in a calm, quiet home. She would make a wonderful companion for a retired or senior owner. Nipsey (M) 9 months old, Great Dane mix. Gorgeous coloring, smart, eager to please. He will need room to run and an active owner. Bonded pair: Widow (F) 2 yrs. old, Terrier/Jack Russel and Rosie (F) 7 yrs. old, Jack Russell. Sweet mother/daughter pair we are hoping to keep together.

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4th Annual Fur Ball fundraiser November 2, Clarion Hotel, Dunkirk

50 GAL. ACRYLIC AQUARIUM with stand, fish, plants & equipment. $250. 673-1926. F10/4

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Chili Cook-Off At Forestville Fall Festival, enter your chili in the Chili Cook-Off, Saturday, October 5. “Name your Chili” and bring in at least a 5 quart crockpot by noon on October 5. The public will taste each chili for a nominal fee and judge. For further information: Call Terri at 679-8384. Corn Hole Tournament At Forestville Fall Festival, find a partner and enter the Corn Hole Tournament on October 5 at the Forestville High School. Sign up before noon on the October 5 to enter. Forestville American Legion Post 953 Annual Meat Party, Saturday, October 5, 7 p.m., Legion Hall, 6 Cedar St., Forestville. Chinese auction, refreshments and cash prizes. Villenova Burial Association Annual Fall Meeting, Tuesday, October 8 at 6:30 pm at the Villenova Town Hall, 1094 Butcher Rd., South Dayton. The Association Trustees would like to encourage all members of the Association (anyone who owns a lot or has family members buried in Villenova Cemetery) to attend this meeting. Election of Trustees and Officers will be part of the meeting agenda. Chiavetta’s Chicken BBQ, Wednesday, October 9, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. or sold out, East Dunkirk Fire Hall, 10949 S. Roberts Rd., Dunkirk. Hosted by the East Dunkirk Ladies Auxiliary. Proceeds will benefit the fire hall expansion project. Eat in or drive thru is available. For more information or tickets call 680-2729. Tickets will also be available at Big Rick’s One Stop and the Fourth Ward Deli. Drive Through Chicken BBQ (Wendel’s Chicken), Wednesday, October 9, 4-7 p.m., Gowanda American Legion Post #409. The dinner will benefit the Gowanda Ambulance Service Corporation. Free Community Meal, Saturday, October 12, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., Trinity United Church of Christ, 30 Erie Ave., Gowanda. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Meat Loaf, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Veggie, Bread, Beverage, Homemade Dessert. Handicap accessible. All you can eat in-house. All are welcome. Chapter #459, Vietnam Veterans of America, Sunday, October 13, 11 a.m., John T. Murray VFW Post #1017, 113 Deer Street, Dunkirk. Weidner’s Chicken BBQ, Sunday, October 13, 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. or till sold out. World War II Veterans Club, 216 Lake Shore Drive East, Dunkirk. Sponsored by World War II Veterans Women’s Auxiliary. Rummage Sale, Friday, October 18, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday, October 19th, 9 a.m. - noon. Trinity Episcopal Church, 11 Day Street, Fredonia. Garland Hall - Back Entrance. Steak Fry, Saturday, October 19, Cherry Creek VFW, 7117 Main St., Rte. 83, Cherry Creek. New York 10 oz. Strip Steak, Twice Baked Potato, Dinner Salad and Bread/Butter. Spaghetti Dinner, St. John’s United Church of Christ, 733 Central Ave., Dunkirk (Use Eagle St. Entrance & Parking), Saturday, October 19, 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Take outs are available. Tickets are available at the door or may be picked up at the church office 716-366-0710. Rotary Club of Westfield-Mayville Gold Rush: Saturday, October 19, 6-6:45 p.m. Chiavetta’s BBQ dinner with chicken, beef on weck, and much more; BYOB; 6:45 p.m. program, 50/50, basket raffle, and reverse draw raffle for cash prizes! Participants must be at least 18 years of age; need not be present to win. Tickets should be purchased by Oct. 14 to reserve dinners; Eason Hall, 23 Elm St., Westfield; benefits this Rotary Club’s service projects. Info: Linda, 716-326-3012 or jbzip@roadrunner.com. West Portland Baptist Church 6th Annual Apple Butter Festival, 7081 E. Route 20, Westfield, Saturday October 19, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Old-fashioned apple butter will be available for a donation. There also will be over 40 vendors offering various sale items including food. Fun for the entire family, free and everyone is welcome. The festival will take place rain or shine. All profits generated from the festival will be donated to the Nina’s Kitchen Brocton/Portland Food Pantry. AARP Driver Safety Class, October 21 and 23, Fellowship Church, 148 West Main Street, Brocton from 9 am to noon. Please come 15 minutes early the first day to allow for registration. Checks should be made payable to AARP. Bring a pen, driver's license, AARP membership card and check to class. To register call the Ahira Hall Memorial Library at 716-792-9418. Beef And Baskets, Trinity UCC Fundraiser for Hospice in WNY in Zack Degenfelder’s Name, Saturday, October 26, 4 - 6:30 p.m. Trinity UCC Gowanda, 30 Erie Ave., Gowanda. Beef on Weck, Mac & Cheese, Salad, Homemade Dessert and Beverage. Take outs are available. Holiday Auction, Thursday, November 7, 6 00 p.m. The Cherry Creek Fire Auxiliary will be having only one holiday auction this year. Don McKuhn, auctioneer. 50/50, refreshments, donations for Tots for Tots! Bingo - Dunkirk Elks Lodge, 428 Central Ave, Fridays, 5 PM, Kitchen open, burgers, hot dogs, desserts and snacks, 6 PM Purchase games. 7 PM, Bingo, Progressive $1,199.00. Literacy Volunteers Bookstore, 12 Park Place, Fredonia. Over 10,000 used books available. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Westfield Community Kitchen, located in the Westfield United Methodist Church, serves free lunch Monday and Friday from 11:30 to 12:30 and dinner on Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30. Handicap access on Clinton Street. All are welcome. Breastfeeding Support Group, meets Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m., Darwin Barker Library, Fredonia. Sunday Breakfast, every Sunday, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m., Pine Valley Memorial VFW 2522, Rt. 83, Cherry Creek, NY 14723. Donation. Community Needlework Gathering, Every Friday, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Cherry Creek Library. All are welcome. Questions? Call 296-5105. “Coffee Talk”, every Wednesday, 9 a.m., Cherry Creek Leon UMC, 6713 Main St., Cherry Creek. All are welcome. American Legion 409 Ladies Auxiliary regular meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Bible Study, Thursdays at 8:30 a.m., South Dayton Library, 17 Park Street, South Dayton. Come and join us for fellowship, exciting discussion and a cup of coffee. Questions call Pattie at 296-1021. Clean, Sober, Saved, there is hope for a powerful life free from addiction. Meetings are at 7 p.m. every Friday at The Master’s Plan Cafe, 9586 Railroad Ave., Dayton, NY. Presented by the Master’s Plan Ministries. Clean, Sober, Saved, Family & Friends Edition, Find your way to freedom and healing through the power and process of change. Every Monday at 6 p.m., Cherry Creek/Leon UMC, (6813 Main St., Cherry Creek). Questions: Contact Percy at (716) 532-1410 or (716) 378-5084. St. Gianna Molla Pregnancy Outreach Center - Chautauqua County Satellite. Now located at 32 Moore Ave., Fredonia. Are you expecting and need help? Call our center at (716) 401-3324 or send us a fax (716) 401-3326 for an appointment. Our hours are Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to noon. Visit our website: http:// www.prolifechautauquaco.org. Westfield Respite is held the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the First Methodist Church 101 East Main Street, 10-2 pm. Our FREE monthly program includes a homemade lunch, games, crafts, simple exercises, music and plenty of laughter. Our volunteers are trained by the Alzheimer Association of WNY. Parkinson's Support Group, Fredonia-Southern Tier Region. Join us the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m., St. Paul Lutheran Church, 334 Temple St., Fredonia. Alzheimer's Support Group, 2nd & 4th Friday at 10:00 a.m. – St. John’s United Church of Christ, 733 Central Avenue, Dunkirk; 4th Thursday at 4:30 p.m. – Fredonia Place, 50 Howard Street Serenity Al Anon Meeting, Thursdays, 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Harvest Chapel Church, 39 Matteson Street, Fredonia, Room 3. For further information please call 716-679-0987. Silver Creek Hanover Garden Club is seeking new energetic members to our garden club. Informational speakers at our monthly meetings, summer outings and more. Call Ed at 934-2170 or e-mail at edlorrie@yahoo.com Cherry Creek Fire Auxiliary Meetings the second Wednesday of each month at the Cherry Creek Free Library at 5:30 p.m. Interested, come and join us. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Silver Creek Fire Department Auxiliary- Come join our group. If interested, call 679-5833 to get an application. Meetings are held on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Samuel Cimino VFW Auxiliary meetings the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Post, 13 N. Main Street, Silver Creek. Westfield-Ripley Kiwanis Club Community Speakers - every first and third Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Bark Grill in Westfield. The Forestville Historical Society meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Everyone welcome. Municipal Building, Chestnut St., Forestville. William P. Jackway VFW- Ladies Auxiliary will meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Post on Pearl & Washington in Westfield.

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DUNKIRK LIBRARY 536 Central Ave., Dunkirk • 366-2511 www.dunkirklibrary.org Story Time and Craft at the Dunkirk Public Library, Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30 – 11:00. Children 2-5 can listen to a story and make a craft. After the story there are puzzles, coloring, computers, and a dollhouse for the kids. No need to register. Free and open to the public. For more information call 366-2511. Trick-or-Treat for Books at the Dunkirk Public Library – Saturday October 26th – 11:00 – 12:00. Kids 2-10 will enjoy games, a craft, refreshments, and receive a book to keep. Wear your costume! Free and open to the public, preregistration required. Call 366-2511 to sign-up. The library is open Monday thru Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m., closed Sunday.

AHIRA HALL MEMORIAL LIBRARY 37 W Main, Brocton 716-792-9418 Bibliomaniacs Book Club 2nd Mondays 6:30 Basic Computer Skills One-on-One Time Thursdays 10-3 Techie Tuesdays (tech help) Tuesdays 1-3 Crafty Diem 2nd Wednesdays 6:30 Computer Club for Adults 2nd Tuesdays 11:30 Write Focus Writers Group 1st & 3rd Wednesdays 6:30 The library is Open Mondays & Wednesdays 1 - 8, Tuesdays & Thursdays 10-5, Fridays 1-5, and Saturdays 10-1

PATTERSON LIBRARY 40 S. Portage St. 716-326-2154 www.pattersonlibrary.info Makerspace Monday’s every Monday from 4PM – 5PM in the John W. Ellison Memorial Mobile Makerspace, Knit & Knatter Club meets every Tuesday at 1PM in the Main Reading Room, Write Now Writer's Group meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month in the Main Reference Room. Storytime Fun with Ms. Amy, goes every Friday through June at 9:30 a.m. Best Sellers Book Group will prepare to begin reading: “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” by Heather Morris for the Tuesday, November 5 meeting. Fall Into Fall Story Time with Miss Emily & Ms. Amy Thursdays at 5:15 PM in Patterson Park – this special story time is for children in pre-K – second grade, and will feature fun stories about the autumn, and crafts! Tuesday, October 8 is Crafternoon in Patterson Park from 5PM – 6PM with Ms. Jamie Perry, who will be making Halloween and Harvest themed crafts with us. She will then teach an adult class in the Octagon Gallery on card making. Please call 716-326-2154 to reserve your seat for this free class on October 8, 2019 from 6PM – 8PM. Literary Circle, Saturday, October 12 at 1PM in the Main Reading Room to discuss “The Parable of the Sower” by Octavia Butler, and prepare for “Lucky Jim” by Kinsley Amis for their Saturday, November 9 meeting at the library. Tuesday, October 15, we will host its second annual Community Connections Night, 6 PM - 8 PM, welcoming old and new neighbors, businesses, and agencies alike to network, sample ware.Free and open to the public. Wednesday, October 16, Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation grant funded program with the YWCA of Westfield: Women Empowered through STEAM or W.E.S., 1PM in the Main Reading Room. October 17, Career Concepts of Jamestown, Main Reading Room for a mini-recruiting event from 1PM – 3PM. Also on October 17 from 6PM – 8PM we will host our second concert series by the Ekstasis Duo in the Main Reading Room. October 18, 5PM – 7PM we will host Twe’Evening for our 10 – 12 year old community members, and from 7PM – 10PM we will host Teen Night. We continue to sell tickets for the quilt raffle at the library. Once the two-hundredth ticket is sold, we will pull the raffle winner. Remember to check our website at www.pattersonlibrary.info for our full schedule events for the month of October, or call us at (716) 326-2154 for more information or to register for a program, or just simply come in to the library to pick up a printed calendar of events.If you would like to receive our monthly e-newsletters, please email the library director, Tom Vitale, at director@pattersonlib.org. The library is Open Monday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday - Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday: Closed

SILVER CREEK Thursday October 10, 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30am. Pre-School Storytime with Miss Jill. Thursday October 10, 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30am. School-Age Storytime with Miss Amy. Saturday October 19, 10:30am-1pm. Craft-O-Rama! All ages. Tuesday October 22, 6:30pm. Tinker Tuesday for all ages. Monday, October 28, 6pm. Cris Johnson Presents: New York Ghosts and Séances. Intended for adults. Tuesday, October 29, 6 pm. Annual Trick or Read Party, Families of all ages. Registration is required unless noted otherwise to ensure enough seating and materials for all patrons attending the program. To register for programs, call the library at 934-3468, stop by 43 Main Street, message us on Facebook, or visit www.andersonleelibrary.com and click on our events tab for easy online registration. You can also sign up for email/text reminders when you register online!

CASSADAGA & STOCKTON

Mary E. Seymour Memorial Free Library, 22 N. Main St., Stockton, 716-595-3323 Cassadaga Branch Library, 18 Maple Ave., Cassadaga, 716-595-3822 Every Friday storytime 10:30am @ Cassadaga Branch Library

CHERRY CREEK Librarian Sharon Howe (716) 296-5105

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VANDETTE REINTRODUCES NOVEL THAT SPURRED ANIMAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

State University of New York at Fredonia Department of English Professor Emily E. VanDette has published a critical edition of “Trixy,” a 1904 novel by the best-selling American author and women’s rights activist Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. The novel exposes the ethical issues surrounding the practice of vivisection, or scientific experiments on live animals. In “Trixy,” contemporary readers can trace the roots of the early animal rights movement in Phelps’s influential campaign to introduce legislation to regulate or end this practice. Dr. VanDette’s introduction places Phelps’s animal writing in the context of social reform campaigns and literary trends of the day, while also demonstrating that Phelps’s protest writing was ahead of its time. In addition to restoring Phelps’s novel, which has been out of print for over a century, VanDette’s edition includes the animal rights story “A Dog’s Tale” by Phelps’s contemporary, Mark Twain, as well as additional writings by Phelps. VanDette also includes endnotes to provide historical, biographical and cultural contexts that acknowledge the importance of the novel. “Trixy” will be released by Northwestern University Press on Oct. 15, and will be available for purchase at the Faculty Student Association Bookstore on campus. It is part of Northwestern UP’s Curbstone Books imprint.

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LIBRA: Initiation and or new possibilities is/are indicated from the sixth thru first part of the seventh. The latter half of the seventh thru the ninth indicates finishing; finances and or values may be highlighted. A new possibility(ies) and or completing is/are indicated during the tenth thru initial part of the twelfth; seclusion may be highlighted. The latter half of the twelfth indicates a possible new beginning; appearance may be highlighted.

SCORPIO: A time for a new possibility(ies) is/are indicated from the sixth thru initial half of the seventh; this may highlight a career. Completing a known outcome(s) is/are indicated on the seventh throughout the ninth. The tenth thru initial part of the twelfth indicates initiating and or completing; uniqueness via versatility may be highlighted. The latter half of the twelfth indicates initiating; impatience may be highlighted. SAGITTARIUS: Utilizing adaptability while initiating is indicated from the sixth thru initial half

of the seventh; this may highlight one’s status. Completing is indicated on the seventh throughout the ninth; organization may be highlighted. The tenth thru the initial part of the twelfth indicates initiating and or completing via uniqueness; flexibility may be highlighted. Initiation indicated on the latter half of the twelfth; reacting promptly may be highlighted.

CAPRICORN: The sixth thru seventh indicates an answer(s) may come from within; utilizing self responsibility may be highlighted. Completing and or a known outcome is/are indicated on the seventh throughout the ninth; “perfecting” may be highlighted. Initiating and or finishing is/ are indicated fro m the tenth thru initial part of the twelfth; tweaking may be highlighted. A new beginning may be key is indicated during the twelfth.

AQUARIUS: Initiating is indicated within on the sixth through initial half of the seventh; being a

realist may be highlighted now. Heightened intuition is indicated from the seventh throughout the ninth; self responsibility may be highlighted. The tenth through initial half of the twelfth indicates completing and or initiating; tweaking may be highlighted. The latter part of the twelfth indicates a new possibility(ies); utilizing decisiveness may be highlighted.

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A sought after answer(s) may come via an authoritative female; utilizing self confidence may be highlighted. A known finishing(s) and or completion(s) is/are indicated from the latter half of the seventh throughout the ninth. Intuition is indicated to be heightened from the tenth thru twelfth; utilizing self responsibility may be highlighted. The latter half of the twelfth indicates initiation(s) and a possible new beginning; flexibility may be highlighted.

ARIES: A new possibility(ies) and or initiating is/are indicated from the sixth thru initial portion

of the seventh. The latter portion of the seventh thru the ninth indicates completing and or finishing. The tenth thru initial portion of the twelfth indicates initiation and or a finishing(s); an impression(s) may be highlighted. An answer(s) may come from within during the twelfth via heightened intuition; utilizing self responsibility may be highlighted.

TAURUS: A new beginning and or initiating is/are indicated from the sixth thru initial part of the

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GEMINI: A new beginning and or initiating is/are indicated from the sixth thru first half of the seventh; utilizing versatile adaptability may be highlighted. The latter part of the seventh throughout the ninth indicates finishing and or completing; organizing may be highlighted. The tenth thru initial half of the twelfth indicates uniqueness while completing and or initiating. The latter part of the twelfth indicates an initiation(s); versatility may be highlighted.

MOON CHILD: The sixth thru initial portion of the seventh indicates initiating within a career and or work place. The latter portion of the seventh throughout the ninth indicates finishing a known outcome(s); “perfecting” may be highlighted. Initiating and or completing is indicated from the latter portion of the tenth thru first portion of the twelfth. The latter portion of the twelfth indicates utilizing flexibility and or a need for surface personality.

LEO: The sixth thru initial part of the seventh indicates initiating and or a new possibility(ies). The latter part of the seventh throughout the ninth indicates finishing(s) and or completion(s); a friend(s) may be highlighted. The tenth through initial half of the twelfth indicates a new possibility(ies) and or completing; a secret(s) may be highlighted. The latter part of the twelfth indicates a time for choosing to utilize flexibility during initiation(s).

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