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Great Lakes Offshore Grand Prix

Celebrate Erie Festival

Race Returns to Dunkirk August 16-18

Celebrating Food, Art & Culture in the Heart of Downtown

THE GREAT RHYTHM REVIVAL August 8th - 11th • No Times Listed The Heron, Sherman PAT COOK PERFORMS Friday, August 9th • 5-8pm The Lakeview Hotel, Mayville LUCILLE BALL COMEDY FESTIVAL August 7th - 11th • No Times Listed National Comedy Center, Jamestown LUCILLE BALL CEMETERY TOUR August 9th & 10th • No Times Listed Lakeview Cemetery, Jamestown FREDONIA FARMER’S MARKET Saturday, August 10th • 10-1pm Main Street, Fredonia JAMESTOWN PUBLIC MARKET Saturday, August 10th• 10-2pm Cherry Street, Jamestown OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT Saturday, August 10th • 8:15 am Pinehurst Golf Club, Westfield A STIR OF ARTISTS August 10th & 11th • 11-6pm Lakeside Park, Bemus Point “OH, BEHAVE” KIDS COMEDY Saturday, August 10th • 11 am Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, Jamestown FLEETWOOD MAC MANIA Sunday, August 11th • 2:30 pm CHQ POPS: Lakeside Park, Mayville

Last years event brought in approximately 30,000-40,000 and roughly $10 million in revenue for the area.

By: Ann-Marie Gariepy Dunkirk’s Great Lakes Offshore Grand Prix is about to hit Chautauqua County for a second year. The 2018 event was such a huge success that an encore presentation has been slated for

Encore Ends Summer on a High Note w/ Top Artists

GLADS & GRAPES August 10th & 11th • 1-4pm 21 Brix, Portland EVENING WITH BOB WOODWARD Sunday, August 11th • 5pm Reg Lenna Center for the Art, Jamestown GREG FORD PERFORMS Tuesday, August 13th • 5-8 pm The Lakeview Hotel, Mayville

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Three Free Concerts at CHQ. Inst.

OSBORN/NASH PERFORMS Sunday, August 11th • 4-7 pm The Lakeview Hotel, Mayville

PAT COOK PERFORMS Wednesday, August 14th • 5-8pm The Lakeview Hotel, Mayville

August 16-18 along the beautiful Lake Erie shoreline in Dunkirk, NY. Offshore powerboat racing is, for all intents and purposes, the aquatic version of off-road

Tom Teasley, solo percussionist, composer and collaborator, who is described in the Washington Post as “a multi-instrumental genius” will perform August 26.

A dynamic performance by a world-renowned percussionist and a highly acclaimed tenor and soprano

Sneak Peek Inside this Issue...

Sam Elliott Appreciation Day ... Pg. 8 Forte & Reg Lenna Celebrate The Actor, August 9th

will take the stage at Lenna Hall this August in a series of free concerts for the public presented by Encore Creativity for Older Adults during its 12th Annual Summer Institute at Chautauqua Institution. These celebrated guest artists, who have captivated audiences across the globe, will entertain music lovers at Chautauqua and also inspire the participants of Encore’s Summer Institute, who after a week of training and rehearsing, will sing in a concert of their own, also open to the public. Not to be missed is a performance like no other on Monday, August 26 at 7:30 pm featuring Tom Teasley, solo percussionist, composer and collaborator, who is described in the Washington Post as “a multiinstrumental genius.” Mr. Teasley has been an artist-in-residence at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and has collaborated with the National Symphony as both a soloist and composer. He has collaborated with indigenous musicians and has given See “ENCORE” Page 11

By R.E. Joy Summer may be starting to shuffle on out, but the upcoming Celebrate Erie festival is hustling right in! This festival lasts three days from August 16-18 and is located in downtown Erie in the heart of where local food, art and culture come together. This year the celebration will feature

Up Close & Personal:

Luther R. Manus Jr. ... Pg. 9

Veteran of Two Wars Shares Adventures & Untold Truths

Manus Part 2 of 3 Previously, in last week’s article we explained the early part of 1Lt Luther Manus’s military career. Luther R. Manus Jr, now 91 years old, told Zimmer Media how he was drafted in March 1946 into the US Army during WWII, and completed his distinguished career in April 1971 after a tour in Vietnam.

2019 Dragon Boat Race ... Pg. 5

At The Lucille Ball Memorial Park In Jamestown, August 10th

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Spotlight: Twan Leenders, PhD. Conservation Biologist/Inspirational Leader

Leenders has authored a new book about the fauna of Costa Rica. This one, about the Reptiles of Costa Rica (August 2019) follows the publication of Amphibians of Costa Rica in 2016.

By Sharon Witchey For Twan Leenders, it is about connecting the dots. In his life, the dots include the Netherlands, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Connecticut, Costa Rica and Jamestown. He has had a dizzying array of experiences with people,

Craft Alliance Fine Art Show Juried Exhibition at Bestor Plaza August 9-11

Forte Restaurant and Reg Lenna Center for The Arts are celebrating the 75th birthday of legendary character actor Sam Elliott on August 9.

a few new districts to check out, including local businesses and a family venue as exciting additions. The festival is also highlighted by a free music concert incorporating some of the biggest names in the music industry including: Sister Sledge & Kerri Hilson, Scottie

birds, reptiles and amphibians and has many opinions of how we, as human beings, should address the natural world. He is a conservation biologist by training and by his own definition. He is a researcher, an author, a photographer, and a member of the local community. For the past seven years he has held the title of President of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute. His goal seems to be to inspire the next kid from Jamestown to see the connection between animal species, habitats, and people- much like Roger Tory Peterson inspired the habitants of his generation. To that end Leenders has authored a new book about the fauna of Costa Rica. This one, about the Reptiles of Costa Rica (August 2019) follows the publication of Amphibians of Costa Rica in 2016. His books aid others in identifying these groups of animals- “a tool to recognize” in his words. It is exciting to Leenders that those with whom he has shared his contact information send him photos from Costa Rica of reptiles and See “LEENDERS” Page 11

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The Chautauqua Institution is hosting The Crafts Alliance Fine Craft Show, August 9th through August 11th at Bestor Plaza from 11:30 am till 5:30 pm each day. Every summer, Crafts Alliance presents two juried Fine Craft Shows at the Chautauqua Institution. These intimate shows feature the work of award-winning artists from across the United States, in the beautiful setting around Bestor Plaza. Contemporary fine crafts media are fully represented with unique objects in a wide range of The Union Oyster House in Boston, likely the most famous oyster restaurant in the world, started prices. Exhibiting artists work in a variety of mediums, from doing business as a restaurant in 1826, making jewelry to ceramics to wood, and are carefully scored it the oldest restaurant in the City of Boston and restaurant in continuous service in the and selected by a respected jury of professionals. The oldest United States. 2019 artists at the Crafts Alliance Fine Craft Shows are carefully selected by jury and represent the best of the Weekly Column By Donna Germain best in craft art. All artists show one of a kind work and will be present at their select shows and available to Did you know…? Summer in Chautauqua County speak with attendees. is usually the time for Chicken BBQ’s, clam bakes, For more detailed information on this event please and picnics. Recently we had an Oyster party, serving visit, craftsalliance.com. (Pictured ceramics by Karis See “OYSTERS” Page 8 Barry.)

The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival: August 7th - 11th, 2019: National Comedy Center, Jamestown


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Publisher’s Word “Summer in Chautauqua Is a State of Mind”

gotten to this season. Our window of summer in this beautiful part of WNY may be short, but we have always been up to the challenge of packing in as much as we can during our weekends on the Lake. Between the Wine Trail, Chautauqua Institution, and our great restaurants and nightlife, summer life here in this part of NY is awesome. We’re blessed with amazing local artisans - music, dance, theatre, comedy, and aesthetic – all this is abundant in Chautauqua County. With so many summer fun things to do, does it leave us with any time to just unwind and enjoy It’s getting to be that time the scenery? of year where we all need to There are so many hidden look at what we haven’t quite gems to discover; that antique

shop, a new café, farmer’s markets showcasing our natural bounty. Have you been to Westfield lately? Such a cool place, blooming with new growth! Another great stop on your day to explore. Perhaps we can wait just a few more weeks for the things left undone. Un-glamorous as it may sound, fixing that screen, replacing the toilet, and installing a new faucet are all things that must be completed, but I guess procrastination can still be an option for just a tad longer… My advice to you is plan your work, work your plan, and take full advantage of being in the best summer spot in the state! Until next week… JZ

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3rd Curator Debra Eck installed the Adult and Youth Division winners from each of three categories as well as 12 finalists in this year’s contest. Contest judge Mark Kirsch, a working photographer and high school and college educator, will greet visitors at the reception. Also taking part will be D. Arlene Bonnett of Jamestown, whose entry “Fireflies: Dancing with the Stars” won the Naturally Beautiful Adult Division. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public. More contest entries can be seen at the contest album link at ACNCPhotoContest. com/2019-Winners. Sales of the photographs on exhibit as well as those

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and thank the many volunteers in the album support and residents of Celoron Audubon’s nature for their assistance with the education programs that Dragon Boat Race. This year reach thousands of children will be the largest race as the every year. number of participants has ACNC used its hometown, expanded and will include Jamestown, N.Y., to five boats in the club division choose the categories for (20 person boats). As the event this year’s competition. In continues to grow, we are tribute to the First Lady of very grateful that we have our Comedy, Jamestown-born local Celoron Hose Company Lucille Ball, one of the No. 1 and their volunteers categories was Naturally to ensure the rower’s safety. Funny: Wildlife photos that make us smile or The Dragon Boat Races are and a Rubber Ducky Race. For the last three years our laugh. coming to Chautauqua Lake The Rubber Ducky Race small community has come In honor of Roger Tory on August 10, 2019. Pre-Race is tentatively scheduled for together in so many ways and Peterson, the premier practices will be held at 4-8 1:30 pm. All proceeds of we are glad that we can assist naturalist of the 20th pm on Thursday, August 8th the Dragon Boat Race go the Dragon Boat Committee Century who was also born at McCrea Point, Jamestown, to non-profits including the with the use of our park, boat in Jamestown, and the more NY and Friday, August 9th at Chautauqua Lake Association, launch and restrooms. I am than 50 Peterson Field Lucille Ball Memorial Park, The Resource Center and The proud to say that every year Guides, the second contest Celoron, NY. The actual race Chautauqua Lake Rowing we have countless individuals category was Field Guide will take place on Saturday, Association. Information on who give their time and Worthy: Photos that could August 10th at the Lucille Ball the race can be found at www. energy assisting the Dragon Boat Committee to create be used for identification Memorial Park, Celoron, NY. chqdragonrace.org in a field guide. It is an all-day event with a Mayor Schrecengost stated, an exciting and memorable The third category was pancake breakfast, vendors, “The Village of Celoron event. We look forward to an opportunity to let and races throughout the day would like to acknowledge another great year.” the world see where the photographer thinks of as home by entering Naturally Beautiful: The beautiful landscapes where you live. Along Jamestown’s 3rd Street, August 16th, 5 pm - 10 pm Adult Photo Contest entries came from eight countries and 27 states. The Jamestown Community and it has attracted a wide Auto, Chautauqua Region Foundation, Youth entries came from Chamber of Commerce is variety of vehicles each Community nine states and the United proud to be partnering again year, from antique autos to Elegant Edibles Catering, Kingdom. Each winner this year with Der Kobblers souped-up classics to high end Five Star Bank, and Lake Shore Paving proudly sponsor received a $200 cash prize. Automobile Association to contemporary cars.” Downtown businesses are Jamestown Cruise-In. Audubon Community present Jamestown CruiseCars can be pre-registered Nature Center builds In, Friday, August 16. This encouraged to offer specials and nurtures connections fun annual event will be held for the evening, and a number online through the Chamber’s between people and nature from 5-10 pm along Third of street vendors will also be calendar of events at www. or by providing positive Street between Washington on hand from local businesses chautauquachamber.org outdoor experiences, and Spring Streets. Regional and organizations with snacks can register on site. All vehicle opportunities to learn about collectors of classic cars, hot and merchandise for sale. Kids registrations are $10. All and understand the natural rods and special vehicles will can get balloon sculptures and cars must enter the Cruiseworld, and knowledge to display their cars and trucks. take part in the hula hoop and In at the corner of Third and Jamestown Community bubblegum contests. Live Spring Streets, with check-in act in environmentally responsible ways. Visit at Chamber of Commerce music by local favorite band beginning at 4pm. Third Street 1600 Riverside Road, one- Coordinator Joanna Dahlbeck The In Crowd will keep the will be closed starting at 3pm for set up. quarter mile east of Route 62 said, “We invite all car party going. All are invited to stroll between Jamestown, N.Y., collectors to participate and Ahlstrom Schaeffer Electric, Renaissance through downtown and enjoy and Warren, Pa., or online at show off their cars. This is Jamestown the 27th year for this event, Corporation, LiteHouse this free, fun, family event! AudubonCNC.org.

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Camp Timbercrest Receives Books From Friends Of Timbercrest and Off The Beaten Path Bookstore

As volunteer coordinator of the Friends of Timbercrest, Jennifer Schlick (left) worked with Bob Lingle, owner of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore in Lakewood, N.Y., to build up the library of Camp Timbercrest. Here she is picking up some of the 60 new books that are now part of the library of this Girl Scout camp in Cattaraugus County, N.Y. Jamestown, N.Y. – Something magical happened when Camp Timbercrest celebrated its 50th anniversary as a Girl Scouts residence camp. The occasion in 2017 brought together many former campers and staffers. The energy and enthusiasm of the participants generated the creation of Friends of Timbercrest (FOT), a group of people who volunteer their time and/or their resources. Their mission is to preserve, care for, and

promote Camp Timbercrest so it will continue to be an inspiration for Girl Scouts for generations to come. Since that fateful gathering, Friends has partnered with the Girl Scouts of Western New York (GSWNY) Council to invest time and dollars in a variety of projects. The FOT has held two work parties per year since its formation. Folks come from as far away as Pittsburgh and Nashville to paint, clean, fell dead and dying trees, split and stack the wood, clear trails, and build bridges. Camp Timbercrest’s 700 acres is between Randolph and Steamburg in Cattaraugus County, N.Y., on the beautiful 31acre Keyser Lake, named for the camp’s first director. GSWNY offers a summer camp program and uses the camp for other day programs throughout the year. Troops and other groups can rent the facility for camping and daytime events. FOT Volunteer Coordinator Jennifer Schlick says, “What is so great about this group of Friends is that whenever I put the word out to them about a project, they rise to the challenge in a big way. Most of the Friends were former campers and staff who forged lasting relationships with the property, people, and traditions of Camp Timbercrest.” Schlick cited some examples of the Friends accomplishments. The trail around Keyser Lake had fallen into disuse

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and disrepair. Bridges built decades before were unusable. FOT raised enough to purchase the supplies to build two bridges and 16 puncheons -smaller, low-to-the-ground footbridges -- so that the Lake Trail is now hikeable again. One bridge was built as an Eagle Scout project. The rest of the labor was provided by FOT. Last spring, Friends of Timbercrest teamed with Off the Beaten Path, an independent bookstore in Lakewood, N.Y., to restock Drawing on the talents of fellow quilters near the camp library according and far, Susan Guenther created a stunning to a wish list provided by outdoor-themed work as a fundraiser for Audubon volunteers, camp staff, and Community Nature Center. Pictured holding her gift council personnel. With the are Audubon volunteer Merle Szydlo and Executive help of generous donors, 60 Director Leigh Rovegno. Visitors can view the quilt new volumes covering two- in the Nature Center lobby until the person who wins dozen titles were added to it is announced at the Monarch Butterfly Festival on the library. Subjects focus Saturday, August 31. on field guides and outdoor activities, including Jamestown, N.Y. – While project by four talented women cooking and foraging. shopping with friends, Susan living far from each other. For details about the Also an accomplished Guenther discovered a fabric library campaign, visit quilter, Guenther’s daughter, FriendsOfTimbercrest.org/ that brought back such a strong Lara Whiting, contributed and joyful early childhood CampLibrary. the Monarch Butterfly that Schlick noted, “The memory of wandering in completed the last block sewn. wildflowers that she was Friends forged a connection Once an Audubon day camper, to the camp that cannot inspired to create a quilt to Whiting is now a resident of benefit Audubon Community be broken, and we are Travelers Rest, S.C., where passionate about wanting it Nature Center. she is a design consultant “I love the outdoors and to continue to inspire girls the beauty of a meadow,” for a major quilting supplies for years to come.” company. Friends of Timbercrest the one-time Audubon staff Nancy Chamberlin of member and volunteer said. are now concentrating on Forestville, N.Y., whose “I’m hoping that my work will raising funds to purchase business is Quilting by Nancy, 25 new picnic tables to inspire others to feel the same donated most of her time to way.” replace ones that are in poor Guenther lives in Busti, do the long arm quilting of condition. N.Y., on four acres that she “Meadow.” She used an allFor additional information over pattern of butterflies in a on Girl Scouting and has turned into a wildlife variety of sizes. habitat. She enjoys foraging Camp Timbercrest, visit Guenther is part of a group the website of the Girl for mushrooms and wild of 10 quilters who became plants, and her latest gardening Scouts of Western New friends through Instagram. York at gswny.org and experiment involves planting They made a “Round Robin” vegetables directly into FriendsOfTimbercrest.org. quilt that they all added to composting material. “Meadow,” as Guenther by monthly mailings to each named her completed work, other; it will be part of a large turned out to be a collaborative quilt show in Connecticut next

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Sam Elliott Appreciation Day

Forte & Reg Lenna Celebrate The Actor, August 9th, Starting at 5 pm

Forte Restaurant and Reg Lenna Center for The Arts are celebrating the 75th birthday of legendary character actor Sam Elliott on August 9. Festivities begin at Forte at 5 pm with the official kickoff of Sam Elliott Appreciation Day. The event - established by Forte staff in 2017 - includes bar activities, dinner specials and extra stock of Coors Banquet beer. Mustache selfies are encouraged and patrons are invited to take

advantage of special Sam Elliott coloring pages and a postcard-creating station. “Sam Elliott’s appeal spans generations,” said Margaret Kaltenmeier, owner of Forte. “He’s got swagger and an effortless style, entertaining Americans for generations. I can’t imagine a better reason to celebrate someone’s existence!” At 10 pm, Reg Lenna Center for The Arts will screen the 1989, two-fisted cult classic “Road House”. The movie stars the late Patrick Swayze

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as English oyster beds were rapidly nearing depletion. Londoners loved oysters. The average consumption level in the 1850s in London was estimated at about 500 million oysters per year. The oyster capital Paris was a little better off than London at this time. The French were (and still are) oyster fanatics. Although very stiff French oystering regulations over the course of previous decades had managed to keep the supply at a guarded level, the oyster supply was starting to dwindle rapidly by the middle of the 19th century. New York City, however, was hardly the only place famous for its oysters. Boston was also an “Oyster Mecca”. The Union Oyster House in Boston, likely the most famous oyster restaurant in the world, (I have been there) started doing business as a restaurant in 1826, making it the oldest restaurant in the City of Boston and oldest restaurant in continuous service in the United States. In 1796, Louis Phillipe, later to become the king of France, camped out on the second floor of this fine oyster house. In the first half of the 19th century, Daniel Webster was a regular at this place. To this very day they serve outstanding oysters. Dating back to 1837, the Massachusetts based Cotuit Oyster Company is one of the (if not the) oldest and most respected brand names of oysters in the United States. In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,

Cont. From Cover raw Oysters and Oysters Rockefeller. Although Oysters are not prevalent to the area many people enjoy them. There are over a hundred varieties of oysters, but did you know that all of these hail from only five species? There are Pacific Oysters (or Japanese Oyster), Kumamoto Oysters, European Flat Oysters, Atlantic Oysters and Olympia Oysters. Aside from the water they grow in, what makes these bivalves different from each other? Their shells. The European Flat has a large, straight shell with fine ridges, whereas the Pacific Oysters are smaller with wavy casings. Kumamotos are also smaller, and the shell is rounder and pale, which is similar to the Olympias, though this one has a smoother shell with a bit of iridescent coloring. Finally, the Atlantic species looks like a comma or tear drop and tends to be on the larger side. In the 19th century, New York City had joined the ranks of Paris and London as an international “oyster capital”. Oystermen from the states of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut were selling millions of Eastern Oysters to London each year, essentially propping up London as an oyster capital at this point,

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not been keeping up with all Army (1957 – 1958) What and features a memorable their mechanized training a cultural experience living supporting performance requirements and had too in the “Team House” in from Sam Elliott. In the much gasoline on hand. Tehran. film, the Double Deuce is The food was Surely the inspectors would different, so the locals the meanest, loudest and identify this deficiency and invited the Army soldiers rowdiest bar south of the fail the unit. Manus was led by Sgt Manus to hunt Mason-Dixon Line, and ordered to go up to the wild boar from the back of Dalton (Swayze) has been Black River and determine ¾ ton Army truck in local hired to clean it up. He might the best location to dump corn field. The pig roasts not look like much, but the the excess fuel. He was were great, but seeing the Ph.D.-educated bouncer troubled by this order and impoverished outskirts was proves he’s more than capable instead went to a nearby eye opening. It was a tough -- busting the heads of town and noticed that assignment being away troublemakers and turning the villagers living in remote from family for over a year. roadhouse into a jumping hot town in upstate NY traveled However, he moved on to spot. But Dalton’s romance with five-gallon spare gas better times serving during with the gorgeous Dr. Clay tanks in their vehicles. the booming times of the (Kelly Lynch) puts him on While at a restaurant, he 1960’s. A “great” decade the bad side of cutthroat local big shot Brad Wesley Part 2 of a 3 part series invited them all to the Black of assignments at Aberdeen River for free gasoline the Proving Grounds, MD By Special Agent (Ben Gazzara). Sam Elliott appears as Dalton’s mentor, Ken Zatyko, Lt Colonel following week. He arrived where he was an ordinance with the 5000 gallons he school instructor. Wade. “Road House” is rated retired, United States This was ordered to dump in was a time wherein the US Air Force R and is 114 minutes long. the river that would have Army has cooks and not Admission is $5. caused an environmental chefs, dorms versus work The first Sam Elliott Manus Part 2 of 3 Appreciation Day was Previously, in last week’s disaster and poured it into centers. He went through celebrated in 2017 and article we explained the early each townspeople tanks another RI, fortunately not followed by a second in 2018 part of 1Lt Luther Manus’s without spilling a drop. He being ousted at the end of that was officially proclaimed military career. Luther R. was so proud of what he the decade, and couldn’t get by the City of Jamestown (see Manus Jr, now 91 years old, had done, but knew if his promoted. He complained told Zimmer Media how he superior officer found out he through a formal process photo). Forte and the Reg Lenna was drafted in March 1946 would be court-martialed. only to have it fall on deaf Center for The Arts are located into the US Army during No one told his secret and ears. They would give him at 114 and 116 E. 3rd Street, WWII, and completed he continued to lead a high- two performance reports: his distinguished career speed maintenance unit. one as a reserve officer, respectively. in April 1971 after a tour They had a saying taught and one as an enlisted in Vietnam. After the by Master Sgt Montgomery soldier always criticizing a place called “The Oyster reduction in force of the “you drag ‘em (the vehicles) his officer skills which House” opened in 1870. You 1950’s First Lieutenant and you will drive ‘em were not utilized. They could buy fresh oysters for Manus was demoted to E-6 back.” This was a time of would move billets or a penny a piece and, for ten and soon was assigned to military reconstitution after positions around so he cents more, match them up Fort Drum, NY followed by WWII and small budgets. could not move into a perfectly with a tasty beer. Tehran, Iran. The following It was a busy time receiving higher grade. By 1961, The Oyster House still exists are two more vignettes from constant accolades from he was told he would be and is considered Pittsburgh’s his career. units around the world for transferred to Germany oldest bar and restaurant. Vignette #3: Dump their repairs of broken- without his wife and New Orleans was also 5000 gallons of Fuel in down vehicles returning children, but fortunately already famous for its fine the Black River. Beaten from battles in WWII. He at the last minute he was oysters by the early 19th down with a severe pay is rewarded with a special sent to Italy with family century. The restaurant cut and demotion, but not assignment to Iran. and they loved it. Please Antoine’s opened its doors out, SSgt Luther is told Vignette #4: Orders to read The Ledger next week for business there in 1840. It to help prepare for an Tehran, Iran, Ordinance for Part 3 of this three-part is still famous today for its inspection. The unit had Advisor to the Imperial series) oyster dishes and excellent French-Creole cuisine. In fact, the most famous oyster recipe in the world, “Huîtres en coquille à la Rockefeller”, better known simply as Lecture At The Fredonia Opera House, August 8th, 7 pm “Oysters Rockefeller”, was invented there. In Biloxi, Mississippi, some FREDONIA – The 1891 supposed “first” shots of Center for a number of of the streets were paved with Fredonia Opera House the war at the mouth of the years. She also serves on oyster shells. The best oyster will present The War of Canadaway Creek. the Jamestown Historical bake festivals are celebrated 1812:Myths and Realities But what truths are behind Markers Committee. in Biloxi. Raw Oysters on as the fifth talk in its these stories? Langworthy Through her research into the ½ shell range anywhere 2019 Chautauqua County will sleuth out the evidence local women’s history, from $7-$13 per dozen. The History Lecture Series on while exploring how she has shone a light on down side, according to the Thur., Aug. 8, at 7:00 p.m. “history” gets made from our area’s important role CDC about 80,000 people get Jamestown in the women’s suffrage Community both fact and fiction. sick with vibriosis (infection College Associate Professor Langworthy has taught movement. She has spoken caused by bacteria found in and Coordinator of History history at JCC since 2004. on this subject at a variety shellfish) and 100 people die Traci Langworthy will give She earned her master’s of venues including at the every year from it. Regardless the illustrated lecture. degree in history and Opera House this past year. of this fact over 2 billion In her talk, Langworthy museum studies from the Admission to the oysters are eaten every year in traces the real history of University of Delaware and presentation is free, with the world. gratefully Dunkirk’s War of 1812 completed her bachelor’s donations For the second year in a row skirmish in the context of degree in history at Oberlin accepted. a man from Orange, Virginia national mythmaking and College. She is currently The 1891 Fredonia Opera has won the ”Acme World balladry during the early at work on her PhD in House is a member-supported Oyster Eating Championship” years of the United States. American Studies through not-for-profit organization by eating 44 dozen oysters in The War of 1812 not only Penn State - Harrisburg. located in Village Hall in eight minutes. In 2018 he ate produced our national An avid supporter of local downtown Fredonia. A 40 dozen. So if you like raw anthem, but also spawned history, she has volunteered complete schedule of Opera Oysters eat them! a slew of local stories, for the Sheridan Historical House events is available at Now you know... including that of the Society and Fenton History www.fredopera.org.

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projects that families can do together, creating a fun and inviting atmosphere to bring the whole family as one. This is a push to create a learning of the arts and unite families in a wholesome setting with fun and entertainment. Artisans come from all over the region showcasing their craft for all to see, you will be able to enjoy demonstrations and even creations beyond your wildest dreams. Explore the beauty right in Erie with talented vendors displaying art from all types of mediums, and from a wide array of subjects as well. The featured chalk walk is another huge draw for many people literally and figuratively, it is a colorful display of chalk art showing the creative ability from many artists. Other artists will be exhibiting their local craft live, right on the street for all to observe. The celebration of culture adds a dynamic to this celebration, opening our eyes to the beauty of diversity and adventure around us. There will be new sights, sounds and even salacious treats to tantalize your taste buds as vendors come from all over to Celebrate Erie. Including food trucks and

Cont. From Cover McGreery from American Idol and an epic Queen Tribute band as well. So, get your dancing shoes on and start moving and grooving to this event that you will not want to miss. A great part about this festival is that it is set up in districts, so there is fun for everyone and it is easy to navigate. For example, making its debut to the Celebrate Erie Festival is the business district, which provides a retail space for local businesses to showcase what they are all about. This opportunity provides information on local trades including what the local companies do and jobs that they offer. Local jobs like laborers, plumbers, electricians and many other talented trades that can be very useful to families in this area. There will be demonstrations and informational tools as well. Another district that is new this year is the family district, which is great for every age. There are things for small children, and even young adults to interact and participate. There are hands on

even local dining options to show off their creative cultural delights. In attendance with hometown food vendors you can also see brewers, winemakers and distillers located in the food district. All of these local goods will be available for purchase showing off Erie’s diverse community contribution, of what makes our area great. All of this at no cost to all those who attend, thanks to those who have sponsored. There are shuttles and other information to help you select the days you choose to attend. Don’t miss out; this is going to be a great event. For more information check out www.celebrateerie.com or look at live videos and updates on their Facebook page. So if you like to dance, eat, sing, or have even one artistic bone in your body, get to downtown Erie for the Celebrate Erie festival. Embrace family time that will make memories and give the kids an experience and adventure long after summer is over. This is an event that is about Erie families, what makes it great, the local flavor and being together. Because you can never have too much of any of that.

automobile racing. There are similarities, such as man and machine versus a demanding environment, and the demands on both simply to survive any given contest. Yet there’s also a key difference: In offroad racing, the course changes from mile to mile or segment to segment. In offshore powerboat racing, the course changes from moment to moment—swell, wind, tide, current, and more make the offshore race course perhaps the most dynamic environment in all of motorsports. In an instant, the track can go from docile to hostile. Since its beginnings in the late 1960s, offshore racing has changed dramatically. True offshore courses where the boats, mostly V-bottoms in the early years of the sport, disappeared beyond the horizon for one big outand-back lap have given way to multi-lap events on near-shore courses that are more friendly to spectators and sponsors. Though V-bottom powerboat classes still exist, twin-engine catamarans with top speeds of 170 MPH in the most powerful classes dominate the sport, which enjoys a relatively small but intensely loyal group of competitors (less than 75 teams across the country) and fans. Streamed live and televised by CBS Sports it is no small feat to bring an event of this magnitude to our area. Last years event brought in approximately 30,00040,000 and roughly $10 million in revenue for

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the area. The event is anticipated to bring in larger crowds this year and definitely more boats; especially as it’s now listed as part of the I Love New York campaign, and will be marketed by them in all 50 states. The inaugural event was a great learning experience for the planning team and a lot of changes were made to enhance this year’s experience. These changes include a big screen TV at the pier, more speakers along Lakefront Boulevard and at the pier so people can hear the commentary. Bringing large spectator crowds led to parking issues that have been ironed out. Working with the university, as well as the county, to have transportation to bring people to and from their cars at the college and fairgrounds will help with traffic flow both pedestrian and vehicular. Reaching out to outlying communities for assistance lightens the load and makes the event more inclusive. With an anticipated 50,000-60,000 people attending this year’s Grand Prix, managing the crowds will be paramount. Double the number of participating power boats will mean double the fun for everyone during this thrill a minute weekend. From the allin Grand Prix power boat race fanatic to the first time casual observer dipping their toes in the water for the first time Dunkirk will be bursting at the seams with excitement for the youngest to the oldest folks in the crowd. Dunkirk’s pier project will be completed just in time for this World Class spectacular to take place. Free spectator areas along the revitalized and wonderfully picturesque

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areas of the Lake Erie with the American Bach singing a varied repertoire waterfront will offer Soloists, Washington Bach of favorite compositions by spectacular views of the Consort, and others and is a Frank Loesser, Nat King Cole, racecourse. Take in the Cont. From Cover member of the United States Schubert and others. Ingrid race from the unique Air Force Band Singing Lestrud and Jeanne Kelly will vantage point at Litehouse historic performances by Sergeants. Ms. Broadbent, conduct this performance. Ms. Park on Point Gratiot. invitation of U.S. embassies also Washington, D.C.-based, Lestrud currently serves as the Friday’s festivities in the Middle East in addition has garnered recognition Principal Associate Conductor begin at 4pm and Grand to performing by invitation in as a versatile performer for the National Children’s Prix powerboat racers Europe, South America, New who excels in everything Chorus in Washington, D.C. will be welcomed with a Zealand, Samoa and Korea. from the concert stage to In addition to being Encore’s community parade. You’ll A winner of numerous chamber music to opera. She Founder and Artistic Director, have plenty of time from awards, Mr. Teasley has also is currently a vocalist and Ms. Kelly has maintained a 9am – 9pm both Saturday produced eight highly praised assistant conductor of the diverse career spanning over and Sunday to take in CDs. official chorus of the United 40 years as a vocal performer, the race, wander the The audience will be in for States Navy, the Sea Chanters, teacher, conductor and music pier and enjoy fantastic a double treat when tenor with the rank of Musician 1st administrator. music, food and fun! Matthew Hill and soprano Class. Distinguished pianist About Encore: Founded in Appearing on both days Amy Broadbent perform and award-winner Maribeth 2007, Encore Creativity for during race intermission together on Tuesday, August Gowen, who will accompany Older Adults is a Maryland(approximately 1-1:15 27 at 7:30pm singing Oh this recital on piano, has based nonprofit dedicated to pm) Carol Pilon will be Happy We from Bernstein’s performed as a soloist with providing an arts education performing a thrilling, Candide, Loewe’s On the major symphonies across the and performance opportunities high flying airplane wing Street Where You Live from country and summer chamber for adults over 55. With 21 walking act that you will My Fair Lady, Donizetti’s music festivals worldwide. ensembles across the nation, NOT want to miss! Nocturne from Don Pasquale Encore singers at Encore is America’s largest There are a multitude and many other Broadway Chautauqua, who hail from and fastest-growing choral of businesses sponsoring and classical favorites. A across the nation, will gather organization serving older this year’s Great Lakes Washington, D.C.-based together for the Summer adults. For more information, Offshore Grand Prix and soloist and ensemble singer, Institute’s grand finale concert call 301-261-5747 or www. a community dedicated to Mr. Hill performs regularly on Friday, August 30 at 2pm encorecreativity.org/ pulling out all the stops to bring this fantastic, free and family friendly event to the pristine shores of Lake Erie in Dunkirk. Starting At the Eason Hall in Westfield, August 10th, 9 am Presenting Sponsors are REFRESCO; Lake in Westfield at the intersection five tours. Shore Savings Bank; The 25-mile tour follows of route 20 & 394 (Main and Chautauqua County; the Lake Erie plain. Antique Portage Sts.) Check in and EXITE; ATHENEX; The shops, restaurants, and registration the day of the Pike Co; CCIDA; CNRC wineries are on this tour. The ride is between 7:30 and 8:45 and City of Dunkirk. 40, 62 (100 KM), 75 and 100 am. Registration will be at the Dunkirk Mayor Wilfred Rosas tips his hat to the Join Eason Hall in Westfield, miles tours feature a variety Eason Hall, 23 Elm St. across planners, “There’s a lot NY on August 10th for the of flat roads, hills, lake views, from the park. All tours begin of hard work that goes on Tour Of Chautauqua Bike small towns and scenic areas with a mass start at 9 am. Maps are provided the day of behind the scenes, the team Ride. This event is for people of Chautauqua County. All tours begin and end in the ride. that we have together, here ages 13 and up. The ride starts in the city”, he said. “ I and ends at Eason Hall and Westfield, NY. Westfield is THIS ISARECREATIONAL can’t emphasize enough goes all throughout beautiful located 2 miles south of I-90 TOUR – NOT A RACE how proud I am as mayor Chautauqua County. You may exit 60. All five ride routes – BICYCLE HELMET to sit down with them choose to ride any one of the start and end by Moore Park REQUIRED and see them all working together.” More information on the Grand Prix can be found by visiting www. tourchautauqua.com or www.iloveny.com as well as on their Facebook page.

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Cont. From Cover amphibians for additional aid in identification. In this way, 8 new species “not even known” were identified since “Amphibians” was published in 2016. “There is a network that has developed because of books,” commented Leenders. Continuing, he described how the cell phone acts as a conservation tool especially in third world countries where traditional telephone lines may be nonexistent. He is a mentor even when he is thousands of miles away. While our conversation was to be about his books and their influence, “it is about much more than books” in his mind. It is more about immersion in the natural world and Leenders is concerned. He wants the children of the greater Jamestown area to follow the RTPI motto of “Learn it, love it, and protect it.”

This year, and for the past four years, 6 high school students and 2 college students were accepted into a 6 week summer program entitled Project Wild America Youth Ambassadors Program. The students investigate Jamestown’s urban ecosystem. “What’s to notice?” one may ask. Over 100 species of birds in Chadakoin Park is one answer. Five species of turtles in the Chadakoin River is another, including the Spiny Softshell Turtle. The students become active participants in the natural environment while learning job skills, critical thinking, and positive action according to the RTPI website. They also earn a $1,500 stipend upon successful completion of the 6 week curriculum-it is these students’ summer job. On the horizon, Twan Leenders would like to create a “knowledge center” at the RTPI that could accept a “steady stream of students” from the earliest learners to graduates.

Leenders believes that “nature does all of the work for free but we have to study this stuff.” Assessment and follow-through are elements sometimes missing in scientific inquiry according to this conservation biologist. Answers are there, they just have to be found, documented, and shared with the greater scientific community. Twan Leenders knows that there may be more questions than answers. He also knows that one has to decide, “what are the actual questions here?” He has influenced citizen scientists, real scientists, and students. He would like to inspire local students to enter his particular field of science. In this way, in this area of the world-Jamestown, NYhe is still connecting the dots. Find out more and watch a video about their experiences at https:// projectwildamerica. org. Visit the Roger Tory Peterson Institute located at 311 Curtis St. Jamestown, NY or call 716-665-2473.

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