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INTERFAITH LECTURESCHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION Thursday, July 12 • 2pm Hall of Philosophy, Chautauqua
Antique & Classic Boat Show CLTT Hosts this Saturday, July 14 in Bemus Point, NY
STBC Summerfest 2018
7th Annual Event at The Empty Pint, this Saturday July 14
LAKEWOOD FARMERS’ AND ARTISANS’ MARKET Thursday, July 12, 2018 • 2 – 6pm Terrace Ave, Lakewood SIGHTSEEING CRUISE & PIZZA Thursday, July 12, 2018 • 3 – 5pm The Summer Wind, Celoron PINT NIGHTS Thursday, July 12 • 5 – 8pm Mazza Chautauqua Cellars / Five & 20 Spirits & Brewing, Westfield WHAT’S IN YOUR BACKYARD? Thursday, July 12 • 5 – 7pm Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Jamestown MOUNTAIN BIKE SOCIAL RIDE Thursday, July 12 • 6 – 7pm Loud Performance, Bemus Point ENTERTAINMENT IN THE PARK SERIES Thursday, July 12 • 6:30 – 8:30pm Lakeside Park, Mayville MUSIC ON THE PIER UNCLE BEN’S REMEDY Thursday, July 12 • 6:30 – 8:30pm City Pier Park, Dunkirk SUNSET CELEBRATION AT CABANA SAM’S Thursday, July 12 • 7 – 10pm Cabana Sam’s, Irving COMEDY OPEN MIC AT LABYRINTH Thursday, July 12 • 8 – 10pm Labyrinth Press Company, Jamestown CHAUTAUQUA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Thursday, July 12 • 8:15pm The Amphitheater, Chautauqua Institution
By Kerra Trivieri Summer is in full swing and what better way to celebrate this enjoyable season than attend Bemus Point’s 20th annual Antique and Classic Boat Show. Hosted by the Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter (CLTT), the show will take place this Saturday, July 14th from 9am-4pm at the Casino Docks.
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SUNSET FITNESS Friday, July 13 • 10 – 11am 1028 South Shore Dr., Irving CHAUTAUQUA AMPHITHEATER LECTURE Friday, July 13, 2018 | 10:45am – 12:15pm The Amphitheater, Chautauqua FESTIVALS 2018 CRAFT SHOW July 13 - 15, 2018 | 11am – 5:30pm Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution
DEMO DAY @ CHAUTAUQUA MARINA Saturday, July 14 • 10 am – 2pm 104 West Lake Road, Mayville For More Weekly Events Visit www.tourchautauqua.com
Lakewood residents Terry and Rick Turner with Vice President Mike Pence.
By Lou Drago Matric Group owners Rick Turner, his wife Terry and their son Brad were among 75 small business
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Matric Group Recognized
5TH ANNUAL NYS PICKLEBALL CLASSIC Friday, July 13 • 8 – 9am 183 E Fairmount Ave., Lakewood
FREDONIA HISTORY DAYS Friday, July 13 • 5 – 9pm Saturday, July 14 • 10AM-6PM Barker Commons, Fredonia NY 14063
“We did not have a show last year, which was unfortunate,” said Event Chair Diana Hopfinger. “So, this year we are very excited to have a few new entries and vendors that our patrons will really enjoy.” Boat Show registrants will be in for a special treat, too, as they will
2018 Great Blue Heron Music Fest.
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owners honored on June 29, 2018 during a White House reception in the East Room. The ceremony was held to commemorate the 6-month anniversary of the passing of the 2017 Tax Reform Act (TRA). The principals of Matric were invited to the ceremony by the Pennsylvania offices of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) to represent the numerous small businesses in PA that benefited from the Tax Reform Act. The National Federation of Independent Business has been the voice of small business in the US for over 75 years. NFIB is Pennsylvania’s leading small business association, promoting and protecting the right of its members to own, operate and grow their businesses. President Trump’s attendance was the highlight of the event. He welcomed the numerous small business owners to the White House. The President gave a rousing 30-minute speech. He expressed the importance of the TRA and touched on the important part that small privately owned businesses play in the health of the United States economy. The Turners’ had the opportunity to meet with Vice President Michael Pence in a oneSee “MATRIC” Page 6
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Mosaic Foundation will be performing again this year. Photo/Lee Stein
By Anna Hagley
Saturday July 14th from 12-6pm. What better way to enjoy the Join STBC and the rest of your warm weather and good company community at this year’s 7th than attending this ever-popular Annual Southern Tier Brewing Co. event held at The Empty Pint in Summerfest for their well-known Lakewood. Whether you’ve been local beers and barbecue, reggae music and Keg Bowling, held this See “STBC” Page 6
The Market at Graycliff
A Walk to Enjoy Architecture, Gardens and The Market
Pictured (L-R) Emily Kwilos from Kwilos Farms in Angola stands with her produce at the Market at Graycliff. Graycliff’s waterfall and pond designed by Frank Lloyd Wright emphasize the connection to Lake Erie.
By Kathleen McCarthy The beauty of a drive to Derby, New York, on the breezy shores of Lake Erie just got better! For many in Western New York this Frank Lloyd Wright architectural gem has been on “the list” but never visited. The staff at Graycliff have just given you every reason to make the trip. In addition to booking a tour of the home, strolling the grounds,
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the Friday night Market experience will make this the perfect summer evening destination. Graycliff was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built between 1926 and 1931 on the shore of Lake Erie at 6472 Old Lake Shore Road in the hamlet of Derby, New York. The home, 65 feet above the shore, was designed for Isabelle R. Martin, See “MARKET” Page 7
Craft. Burgers and Brews Changes Prove Successful
Local Author Book Signing ... Page B-2
Author of Children’s Book MUSKIE MAGIC
Patricia (Colander) Micciche’s poetry and stories have been published in Highlights for Children, Cricket Magazine, and SRAMcGraw Hill’s “IMAGINE IT” Reading Series… however, her newly published book, MUSKIE MAGIC is dear to her heart. She will have a book signing this Saturday, July 14 at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore (28 Chautauqua Avenue, Lakewood) from 11-1pm.
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Sponsored by Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival, Brandon Bailey Johnson, American Singer-Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist, Composer, Arranger and Producer, from El Paso, Texas will perform at the Infinity Arts Café at 7pm on Friday, July 27th. He hold a Guinness World Record Title for “Youngest Professional Music Producer.”
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Did you know….? Red, white and blue, loud bangs, colorful sparks in the air: yes Fourth of July. We celebrate our independence. Wonder how it all started? It all started on July 4th 1777 when the first fireworks were set off. However many historians believe they were actually developed in the second century B.C. in ancient Liuyang, China. It is believed that
Cruising the lake in a boat, paddling off shore in a kayak, riding a bike around the lake, playing a round of golf or tennis-those are the activities many of us enjoy around Chautauqua Lake. One can surely look forward to a cool drink and delicious meal at the end of the day but still want to remain outdoors in the lovely summer breezes. There is a place on Chautauqua Avenue in Lakewood where one can do just that- Craft. Burgers and Brews. If you haven’t
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Lakewood Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market : July 12th : Terrace Ave, Lakewood
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Publisher’s Word “First Work – Then Play”
As my farmer friend always says: “You gotta make hay when the sun shines”! And if you’re lucky enough to live in this beautiful corner of New York State, truer words were
never said. Walking around our villages, one can see an explosion of work and activities associated with the season. Everything is just coming into its “summer mode” – beautiful flowers, clean streets and squeakyclean storefronts abound – all designed to enhance our lovely ambience. Homeowners also need to get cracking - mowing the grass, sweeping the porch, and tending the garden are just a few of the routine things that need attention. It may be hard work, but couldn’t we just simplify everything by calling it a “labor of love”?
Try not to dismay, my friends… Before you can relax and enjoy, you have to get the serious stuff done. But after the sun goes down, take some time for a nice barbeque, open a bottle of your favorite spirit, and get some rest for tomorrow. You’re going to need it! Just make sure you remember – even briefly – why you’re able to be in such a wonderful place, at such a wonderful time. It’s all about being blessed and fortunate enough to be right where you are at this very moment. So, enjoy! Until next week… JZ-C
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Thursday Night Concerts Live on the Lake Concert Series Beginning July 12 in Lakewood
C H A U TA U Q U A A M P H I T H E AT E R E V E N I N G E N T E R TA I N M E N T
Michael Feinstein with very special guest Storm Large Friday, July 13 • 8:15 p.m. • Chautauqua Amphitheater
Order single tickets online at CHQTickets.com Or call our Ticket Office at 716.357.6250
All information subject to change.
C H A U TA U Q U A I N S T I T U T I O N • C H A U TA U Q U A , N Y • C H Q . O R G
LAKEWOOD – Although the annual LOTL series kicks off on the evening of Summerfest, the village’s 4th of July celebration, the series turns to Thursday nights for the next five weeks at the patio stage at Lakewood’s Richard O. Hartley Park. Mayor Cara Birrittieri says this summer’s Thursdays in Lakewood are extra exciting since the activity at the park will start with the all new and improved Farmers’ and Artisan’s Market, continue with a different free yoga class for all ages to enjoy, then 3 C’s catering truck will be on hand for dinner
and snacks, and the concert will begin right at 7pm. “The Events and Marketing Committee has put together a wide variety of fun and entertaining music, and with all that’s going on in Lakewood on Thursday afternoons and nights, this should be one of our best series yet,” said Birrittieri This Thursday will feature the band No Limit, which offers a wide variety of retro hit songs. Next up on July 19 is Dan Baney Country “Unplugged,” a hugely popular country rock band. Then Cats on Holiday, will bring it’s fun Swamp
Pop - Roots/Rock/Zydeco back to Lakewood on July 26, and one of the areas favorite classic rock bands, Smokehouse will also return to Lakewood on August 2. Finishing out the series, as a tribute to summer, on August 9, the village will again throw a kids’ party with Marty’s Bubblegum Machine and The Fitness Bunker Hip Hop Dance Party. This final farewell to summer is sure to delight kids of all ages. Many thanks to MediaOne Group. and all our local Lakewood sponsors which helped with the advertising for the concert series. Check the village website for all the information on upcoming events at http:// w w w. l a k e w o o d n y. c o m . Hard copies will be available at local merchants, and at the concerts. Also check out the Village of Lakewood Facebook page for updates at https://www.facebook.com/ villageoflakewoodny/
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Infinity Arts Cafe
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Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival Presents Brandon Bailey Johnson
Sponsored by Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival, Brandon Bailey Johnson, American Singer-Songwriter, MultiInstrumentalist, Composer, Arranger and Producer, from El Paso, Texas will perform at the Infinity Arts Café at 7pm on Friday, July 27th. He holds a Guinness World Record Title for “Youngest Professional Music Producer.”
Infinity Visual and Performing Arts and Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival are excitedly collaborating to bring Guinness World Record holder, and touring musician, Brandon Bailey Johnson to Jamestown for a performance at the Infinity Arts Café on Friday, July 27, 2018. Miki Girts, Festival Director for Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival, approached Infinity with the idea, and the Infinity Arts Café seemed the perfect place to introduce Infinity’s music students and our community to this talented young artist. Miki says, “Brandon is a fantastic example of what you can accomplish if you follow your heart, work hard, and put what you love before everything else. At fifteen, he’s one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever had the privilege of working with and completely embodies Whirlybird’s mission of bringing up one’s community through music,
love and kindness.” Brandon Bailey Johnson holds the Guinness World Records Title for “Youngest Professional Music Producer”. He is a multi-instrumentalist with 6 self-produced albums. Brandon is touring TX, AK, TN, OH and NY this summer to share his love of music, inspire others and promote his 6th Self-Produced albumHEAVEN. In addition to composing contemporary music, Brandon enjoys composing classical pieces and playing the violin with the El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestras. Brandon is a One-Man-Band capable of performing small acoustic sets to large fullsound productions. His sets include over 35+ originals and 20+covers all performed by Brandon. Infinity’s Executive Director, Shane Hawkins, says, “Our mission at Infinity is to see young people thrive and develop artistically and with
confidence. Brandon Bailey Johnson has certainly done that! We are so happy to be partnering with Miki on this project and can’t wait to host Brandon’s live performance for our students and community!” This event is free, family friendly and open to the public. The Infinity Arts Café is located at 300 East 3rd St in the Lynn Building. Look for the neon blue guitar! For more information about Brandon Bailey Johnson, please visit https:// w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / brandonbaileyjohnson or https://soundcloud.com/ brandonbaileyjohnson. For more information about Whirlybird Music and Arts Festival, which will take place on Saturday, August 11, 2018 please visit www. whirlybirdmusicfestival.com About Infinity Infinity is a music and arts education and performing arts center that offers private lessons, group classes, and an array of arts experiences and performance opportunities within five pillars of the arts: music, art, dance, theater, and literature. Infinity offers something for all ages and experience levels. Join us, and Explore, Experience, and Excel in the arts! New student orientations take place once a month at 301 East Second St. Lynn Building, Suite 101, Jamestown, NY 14701. For more info, call 716-664-0991 or visit www.infinityperformingarts org
Classic Songs Reimagined
N’S BROW R E M ’! FAR LEatTCHQ. OOKIN C R Michael Feinstein and Storm Large “ Shake and Stir” July 13 Inst. U DO YO
CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. — Five-time Grammy Award nominee Michael Feinstein and Pink Martini’s Storm Large launch their summer 2018 “Shaken and Stirred: Classic Songs Reimagined” tour at Chautauqua Institution on Friday, July 13, 2018, in the Chautauqua Amphitheater. Accompanied by a five-piece band, “Shaken & Stirred” will pay tribute to a wide range of artists such as Al Green, Frank Sinatra, Bill Haley, Nat King Cole, James Taylor, Chicago,
Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Donny Hathaway and many others. “Their performance at Chautauqua will be the first time this summer the world will be able to experience this duo — an extraordinary combination of talent in Chautauqua’s distinctive performance venue perfectly suited to their sound,” said Chautauqua Vice President for Performing and Visual Arts Deborah Sunya Moore. Feinstein’s work as a music educator and archivist define him as one of the most important musical forces of our time. Large shot to national prominence in 2006 as a finalist on the CBS show “Rock Star: Supernova,” where despite having been eliminated in the week before the finale, she built a fan base that follows her around the world to this day. Tickets to the show can
be purchased by calling the Chautauqua Institution Ticket Office at 716-3576250, or online at chqtickets. com. General admission and reserved seats are available. About Chautauqua Institution: The pre-eminent expression of lifelong learning in the United States, Chautauqua Institution comes alive each summer with a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship and programs, and recreational activities. Over the course of nine weeks, more than 100,000 people visit Chautauqua and participate in programs, classes and community events for all ages — all within the beautiful setting of a historic lakeside village. As a community, we celebrate, encourage and study the arts and treat them as integral to all of learning, and we convene the critical conversations of the day to advance understanding through civil dialogue.
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REUNION AT MAPLE SPRINGS was written by Bob Terreberry who currently resides in that lovely hamlet on the eastern side of Lake Chautauqua. The work is a quick-paced cozy mystery, which is centered in Maple Springs and the surrounding area. It is the second book in the Colin O’Brien Maple Springs Mystery Series. “I had a lot of fun introducing Colin O’Brien and his friends to readers in MURDER AT MAPLE SPRINGS and I had always intended this first book to be a part of a series. This NEW adventure set in Maple Springs is very different but, as the title says, we can all enjoy a reunion lakeside with old literary friends,” said Terreberry.
Terreberry has lived in the area since 1970 having taught school, has been an active part of the local theatre scene and has served on a variety of community boards and councils. Terreberry and his wife, Irene, are the proud parents of three children and the delighted grandparents of four. Joining with the library and Terreberry to launch this book is Carrie Wolfgang the proprietor of Novel Destination – Used Book Emporium. Ms. Wolfgang is the evening’s sponsor. “Bob and Irene and I have been friends for many years. In fact I baby-sat for their children as a teenager. They returned the favor by keeping a quiet eye on my parents when we kids could
not check in on them. I am pleased to have encouraged Bob’s writing and am happy to be able to help him with this piece of the publishing process,” said Ms. Wolfgang. The book is published by No Frills Buffalo, a publishing company that closely guides authors keeping them highly involved in all aspects of getting their work into print and into the hands of readers. NFB also prints, promotes and distributes their author’s work. Local graphic artist Kathy Cherry has also added to the local color of the novel with a cover illustration and a map of the area that she has created to help the reader to better cuddle up with the novel and the charming milieu of Maple Springs. At the launch on July 26, Terreberry will be there to discuss what he calls “his ongoing adventure in writing.” There will be books available for purchase which Bob will be glad to sign. The event will take place from 6:30 until 8:00 with a brief discussion beginning at 6:45. Light refreshments will be served. In keeping with the reunion theme, Novel Destination Used Book Emporium will provide some “white elephant” gift bags for lucky winners. Good-natured laughs will be a part of the evening too!
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Mark your calendar now for Sat. July 14 10 am – 2pm for Demo Day/ Demo Rides Veranda Pontoon Boats powered by “YAMAHA” @Chautauqua Marina 104 West Lake Road, Mayville N. Y. In addition to Demo Rides you can stroll across 750 feet of our waterfront and take a look at our waterfront erosion project. We have planted plants natural to the environment and have stoned our waterfront to help prevent
erosion. Join us for hotdogs, demo rides and enjoy our waterfront on Sat. July 14 10 am -2 pm. Some facts about Veranda Pontoon Boat Construction: Veranda Pontoons are built to last a lifetime. Every single one has a patented all-aluminum interlocking deck. The unibody construction beats competitors who use screwtogether decks that flex, make noise and has built-in
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What’s in Your Backyard? : July 12th : Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Jamestown
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Hosts Former #5 Ranked Tennis Player Jimmy Arias with Day of Clinics
clinics, a luncheon Q&A, followed be an exhibition match starring top local players: Matt Johnson, Dusty Nelson Sr., and Martin Hoch. Arias, a Buffalo Native, recorded career victories over Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, and Boris Becker. Along with reaching the U.S. open SemiFinals, Arias won five ATP single titles and was a member of the U.S. Davis Cup Team. All clinics are sold out, however, tickets for the exhibition match at 1pm are still available for $10. Jimmy Arias, former #5 Lakewood YMCA on July Call the Lakewood YMCA ranked tennis player in the 21st. The day long event at 716-763-0303 for more world, will be coming to the includes youth and adult information.
Audubon Community Nature Center Looking For Local Entries to 2018 Photography Contest
Now could be the time you take the picture that wins a prize in the Audubon Community Nature Center 2018 Nature Photography Contest. This photograph, “Poppies,” by Lynda Younker of Ashville, N.Y., was an earlier finalist.
Jamestown, N.Y. – Brazil, Spain, Australia, and the Czech Republic are just some of the countries whose residents have submitted entries to the Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) 2018 Nature Photography Contest. “Most of the people who’ve entered so far found out about us by googling,” said contest coordinator Kim Turner, explaining that Audubon has received photographs from around the world. “Right now,” Turner continued, “we’d love to see more coming from closer to home!” In 2017, contest winners came from as nearby as neighboring Cattaraugus County in New York and as far away as Hawaii. Turner explained that the contest supports Audubon’s mission of connecting people to nature. “Not
only is the photographer outside, experiencing nature first hand as they seek out compositions and subject matter, but the viewer then also connects through viewing the work. Successful photographs draw the viewer into the shot, inviting them to explore visually, and hopefully build upon their own relationship with nature.” You are invited to submit work that best fits within the concept of this year’s theme, Natural Wonders: Big and Small. First place winners in both the Adult (ages 18 or older, or out of high school) and Youth (ages 8 to 18, or still in high school) divisions will receive prizes of $300 cash plus $75 gift cards to Delaware Camera (cameraspot.com). Second place winners will receive $100 plus $50 gift cards to
Delaware Camera. Nature photographer Bill Smith will judge the entries after the July 31, 2018, submission deadline. ACNC will make and frame prints of the winning photographs that will be on exhibit at the Nature Center for one year. Winning photos and 12 finalists (six in each division) will be displayed indefinitely on the contest website (acncphotocontest. com) along with the photographer’s name and city/state/country. Winners will be named in a news release that is widely distributed, including to their local media, when known. To foster artistic development, winners and finalists can opt in to receive a personalized critique from the judge. Full details of the competition as well as images of previous winners and finalists can be found at acncphotocontest.com. Audubon Community Nature Center builds and nurtures connections between people and nature by providing positive outdoor experiences, opportunities to learn about and understand the natural world, and knowledge to act in environmentally responsible ways. Visit at 1600 Riverside Road, onequarter mile east of Route 62 between Jamestown, N.Y., and Warren, Pa., or online at auduboncnc.org.
Pulse Poetry Slam @ Infinity
Calling all poets and poetry lovers! The Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center will be hosting, “Pulse Poetry Slam Open Mic Night” on Thursday, July 5 at 6:00pm at the Infinity Arts Café. Poets and audience-members are welcome. Performance poetry is an excellent way to express creativity while practicing performance and public speaking. All ages are welcome! The Infinity Arts Café performance entrance is located at 300 East 3rd Street in downtown Jamestown! Look for the blue neon guitar. Email info@ infinityperformingarts.org / Website http://www.infinityperformingarts.org/.
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Cont. From Cover have the opportunity to attend a seminar presented by CLTT member Andy Robinson. The seminar will focus on the ongoing restoration of a homemade Hacker Craft originally built by David Lawson Sr., the owner of the Lawson Center in Bemus Point. For those new to the Boat Show, the Antique and Classic Boat Society (ACBS) has established the five boat classifications as the following: historic, antique, classic, late classic, and contemporary. These age classifications, which will all be featured on the 14th, apply to both the boat itself and the motor. Boats are also
Cont. From Cover coming since it’s start or are looking for something new and different to do, this free fest is open to all over the age of 21. The Empty Pint, Southern Tier’s in-brewery taproom, boasts a picturesque park-like outdoor gathering area as well as a warm welcoming indoor atmosphere, and what most find so exciting about STBC Summerfest specifically is Keg Bowling, where adults
Cont. From Cover on-one conversation. They spoke about the history of the Matric Group of businesses and how the TRA enabled Matric to further expand their business and hire more employees in their three facilities. The President’s daughter Ivanka Trump who is a small business owner herself, attended the ceremony as did many members of the Trump cabinet. What is the Matric Group and what do they do? Matric Group is a family owned business, operated by Rick and Terry Turner. Prior to purchasing Matric, Rick was president of another family business, Falconer Glass Products. They are joined in the business by their son Bradley Turner. Brad had worked for Morgan Stanley in New York City for six years before joining his parents in the Matric Group as Vice President of Business Development. Matric Group, headquartered in Seneca, Pa., consists of three sister companies. Matric LTD and Dynamic Manufacturing specialize in printed circuit board (PCB) and other design and assembly services, while Windurance specializes in wind turbine blade pitch technologies. Matric is a full service Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider. Since opening its doors in 1971, Matric has become
classified as either preserved - those with at least 60% of their original wood - or restored - boats with less than 60% of their original wood, respectively. “Also, contrary to previous years, there will not be any ACBS judging,” Hopfinger said. “Registrants can come to the event without any pressure, just relax, and have a good time. We will give the patrons an opportunity to vote for their favorite boat to win the ‘People’s Choice Award.’ Only one boat will be chosen for this award, so we encourage everyone to stop at the Info tent to pick up a ballot.” Junior skippers and first mates will also have the opportunity to take part in the day’s festivities as members of the “Youth Judging Program.” Kids ages 8-14 can be guided through the show field as a
group to pre-selected boats where they will interact with owners and learn the history behind each of them. Later in the day, there will also be a Chinese auction as well as the “Start Your Engines” event. “‘Start Your Engines’ will begin with the outboards, followed by the four and six-cylinder inboards, and end with the V-8s,” added Hopfinger. “Hearing those engines roar is such a cool part of the show; you won’t want to miss it!” Registration will begin at 7:30am the morning of the event. The Village Casino Docks are located at 1 Lakeside Drive in Bemus Point, NY. For more information on this year’s highly anticipated Antique and Classic Boat Show, visit http://cltt-acbs. org/ or call 412-559-0103.
can let go of their seriousness and just have fun. Keg Bowling is comprised of kegs set up in a pyramid, and one keg on skateboard wheels to act as the bowling ball. The winner of Keg Bowling is awarded a custom made trophy that STBC has made every year for the game. While you’re enjoying the game, beer and food, Mosaic Foundation will be on the scene to set the mood with their live reggae tunes. Nathan Arnone, STBC Brand Manager, spoke with The Lakeside Ledger to explain in colorful detail the music-to-
your-ears live entertainment as well as the crazy crash of Keg Bowling, and is ripe with anticipation to have another year of fun in the sun. Arnone is looking forward to seeing everyone come out this Saturday and encourages guests to arrive early to register for Keg Bowling, enjoy all there is to offer, and always plan responsible transportation. The Empty Pint is located at 2072 Stoneman Circle, Lakewood, New York 14750. For any questions, feel free to call at 716-763-5479 or visit their Facebook page.
skillful in all aspects of product development and has supported a wide variety of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and industries. Technical competence, market expertise and a customer service focus driven work-ethic make Matric an excellent partner for projects of any complexity. In 1993 Rick Turner acquired the Franklin, PA business. In 1995 he purchased and renovated an abandoned elementary school building and moved his company headquarters to its current Seneca, PA location. Under the Turners’ guidance the past quarter century has seen Matric continued the company’s history of excellence. The business has outgrown their space several times, requiring numerous additions expanding the physical plant to its current 80,000 square foot size. In today’s highly electronic world, it’s critical to stay abreast of technological advancements that are available in the industry. To meet the demands and remain competitive, Matric added the latest state-of-theart equipment. The pass thru tax incentive of the 2017 Tax Reform Act allowed Matric to purchase new equipment to meet the expanding demand for their services. Last fall, they completed a $1.4 million capital equipment investment for the installation of a surface mount technology line, consisting of 13 new machines that can place smaller parts into devices with lightningquick speed and enhanced
precision and accuracy. Now, the company has the capacity to place over 70,000 parts an hour, in hopes of reaching new levels of efficiency and customer satisfaction. The new machinery required more employees. In 2000 Matric began a partnership with Windurance. The Coraopolis, PA based company produces a variety of pitch control platforms for wind turbines from 300 KW up to 10 MW. They also offer hybrid power management systems for off-grid, custom inverter applications. All products are designed to perform flawlessly in the harshest of conditions including: off shore, high temperature, high humidity, cold weather and even the typically damaging effects of lightning. Dynamic Manufacturing Freeport, PA acquired in 2005 can produce low-to-mediumvolume, high-mix board assembly, Dynamic has the equipment and expert partners for your project — all the way from design to finished assembly. Since Dec. 2017 Matric has added over 100 workers at their Seneca plant. They plan to hire an additional 30 plant and management staff. When this latest hiring is complete the Matric Group will have over 400 employees. With the past history of business growth and excellence in product Matric was a worthy representative for Pennsylvania business. For more information see their website at www.matric. com.
Downtown Jamestown Market Open Thursdays till October Noon to 6pm Get ready for a summer filled with fresh grown produce, baked goods, gourmet coffee, lunch, and special activities. Starting on June 2, join us at every Thursday through the end of October. Many of your favorite vendors are back this year plus many more. Summer market vendors include:Abers Acres; Busti Cider Mill; Small Meadows Farm; Scott’s Farm and Greenhouse; Gypsy Moon Cake Co.; Dalahast Coffee Roasters; Country Kettle Corn; Hathaway Farms; Piggy Boy Biscuits; Radiantly You;Kathi Conti; All Things Creative; Be Well Health and Fitness; Sleepymoon Farm and Intuitive Reiki Live entertainment 12PM to 1 PM and from 4 – 6PM. The 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month there will be a story time for kids ages 3 – 6 from 3:15 to 4 pm. Cornell Cooperative Extension with cooking and gardening demonstrations every week. EBT and credit cards are accepted.
Entertainment in the Park Series : July 12th : Lakeside Park, Mayville
July 12 - 18, 2018
Cont. From Cover wife of Buffalo industrialist Darwin D. Martin, as a summer home for the family on the bluffs above Lake Erie. This great American tale of a wealthy businessman, his wife’s steadfast influence in an otherwise male-dominated society and an acclaimed architect on the downward slope of his career, and a country on the brink of a financial crisis that threatened to extinguish it all, makes the intriguing Graycliff story, as architecture, finance, and family drama come together. The Martin family sold the property in 1951 to the Piarist Fathers, an order of Roman Catholic Priests from Hungary, who used Graycliff as their motherhouse, but in 1997, with only a handful of priests remaining, the property was put on the market. A developer was interested in the property to tear down the buildings and build condominiums on the prime lakefront location. A group of Buffalo individuals and families came together to acquire, preserve, restore and make accessible to the public the buildings and grounds designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. A non-profit was born, the Graycliff Conservancy, and an allvolunteer group of dedicated preservationists went to work. The restoration has proceeded in stages over two decades but are expected to be complete in 2019 at a total coast of $10 million. What was an initial idea for a Farmer’s Market in 2016
Cont. From Cover the first natural firecracker was a bamboo stalk, that when thrown into fire, would explode with a bang because of the overheating hollow pockets. The Chinese believed these natural firecrackers would ward off evil spirits. Fireworks are not just used for Fourth of July. They are used for festivals, weddings and other
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been to Lakewood in a while, the restaurant occupies the former site of the Scallion Bistro. Interior updates were done in 2016 and a patio addition was built and completed in the summer of 2017; the patio is a space where patrons can linger outside a little longer. The patio space has all that is needed for a quick shift in the weather. The space has a solid roof, awnings that can protect patrons from wind or rain and a tall heater for the chill. Music is part of the ambiance on the patio. Kev Rowe and Whiskey for Three will be featured on July 13 and 14 respectively. Tables and chairs can be maneuvered to accommodate larger parties. In fact, the entire restaurant can be reserved for a private party. Ryan Thayer, who owns Craft., says that the average private party size is 30-40 people. Food selections can be chosen from the menu or
by John Strawbrich, Building and Grounds Manager, was revisited in 2018 and incubated as The Market at Graycliff. Ryan Gravell, Tour and Retail Manager, jumped on board and the concept was expanded to securing vendors from Western New York, including farmers, producers, and artisans offering products that are crafted, produced, or farmed by the vendors themselves. Graycliff supports local food, products, and vendors that help build and strengthen the local economies. This fun community event is held each Friday in July and August with the exception of August 17th, when Ciderfest will be held. Vendors, including Food Trucks, may change weekly to make this outing a varied event for all to enjoy. Soaps, Candles, Farm Produce, Vineyards, Bakery, Cheese, Spirits, Artisans, EcoPrint Creations, Chocolates, Pierogies, Flowers, Beach Art Glass, and Buffalo-themed products can all be found at The Market. Gravell said, “Being a new market, we were only expecting a few hundred guests to come to our inaugural event [on July 6]. The weather was perfect and they kept on coming! We are estimating that over 2,000 guests joined in and 72 guests toured the home during six evening tours.” As the home is undergoing a complete interior restoration, the tour was just a tease, as so many guests are planning on a return to see the house and gardens completed. He added, “The Town of Evans was so supportive, and our dedicated volunteers were on
hand to lead additional tours and help with parking. Board Members and Staff all pitched in to make the day a success.” With 7 more evenings for The Market at Graycliff, staff have the opportunity to improve parking issues and fine tune the flow of guests to make this the Lake Erie “go to” destination of the summer. The 23 vendors at the July 6 market were pleased with the guest enthusiasm and sales. Patricia Marshall, owner of Lilly Belle Meads of Lancaster, New York said, “It was a bee-utiful night to enjoy some Mead along the water. We sold out of our product and will be better prepared for our visit next week.” Similarly Joey Kwilos of Kwilos Farms of Angola, New York said, “The turnout at the market was better than anything we were expecting.” Emily Kwilos said as they packed up, “ Here is our almost empty truck, 6 flats that contained berries, 6 one-half empty bushels that contained produce and an empty cooler. You are all a legend, thank you.” The Market at Graycliff is open Friday evenings from 4-8pm through August. There is no charge for admission or parking. Additional details about Graycliff and the market are available online at experiencegraycliff.org. Artist Carrie Tredo of Two Lakes Studios in Mayville, New York, on Chautauqua Lake said, “Such a lovely setting for such a wide array of vendors for the guests to enjoy. As my art is created from nature, I appreciate the natural beauty of the setting, the gardens, just the feel of the experience.”
celebrations. Fireworks, sparklers, firecrackers today hit a record $800 million in sales as states relax laws. The only three states that now bans fireworks completely is Massachusetts, Delaware and New Jersey. Although New York State allows fireworks, New York City still bans all fireworks including firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles, spinners and arterial devices. Approximately 4 out of every 100,000 people are injured by fireworks. Men
experience most injuries. People aged 25-44 suffered the most firework related injuries. Faulty fuses that take too long to ignite are among the major causes of injuries. I enjoyed the firework show here on Chautauqua Lake in Clarion put on by the rib festival. There are several places to enjoy a good firework show. No need to do it yourself. Let the Pyrotechnics do the job. For more information go to fireworks.com Now you know….
can be customized to fit the theme or needs of the hosts. Thayer says “literally, we can do anything.” Day in and day out, however, is about feeding hungry customers who come from the area around Chautauqua Lake. As its name implies, the restaurant is about burgers-“the best burger around” according to the restaurant owner. To validate his opinion, Thayer shares that the restaurant and its burgers were recognized on a site called I Love NY.com on May 25 of 2018. The burgers, a mix of sirloin and brisket which give them a unique flavor, made a list entitled 10 of the Best Burgers in New York State. That honor may be enough to entice you to try one. While the restaurant lists 8 combos to choose from, one can also build a burger and choose from 7 cheeses, and 16 condiments. In addition, there is a Vegetarian Burger and a Game Burger of the month for the more adventurous eater. While the burgers are a focus of the business, they are by no means the only choice
for the diner. Appetizers include Buffalo Cauliflower and Tater Tots covered in pulled pork and other toppings. Sandwiches, rice bowls with different flavor profiles, and entrée sized salads are featured as well. The restaurant dispenses craft brews. The taps change seasonally. Besides beer from STBC, Ellicottville Brewing Company, and Great Lakes Brewing Company, choices from Four Mile Brewing Company in Olean and from breweries as far away as Wyoming are featured. For non-beer drinkers there are mixed drinks and wine available as well. Recently, a Blackberry Moonshine from Tennessee made the drink list and has been a popular choice this summer. Put Craft. Burgers and Brews on your list of places to try when you are ready to slow your pace. Sit, savor and enjoy time near the lake. Walk down to Richard O. Hartley Park when you’re through to enjoy more time outside and to view Lakewood’s incredible sunsets seen lakeside.
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Great American Picnic
Silent Auction to Benefit Area Students Sunday July 15 at Chautauqua Inst.
Muskie Magic Children’s Book Book Signing by Local Author July 14th in Lakewood, NY
A Silent Auction will be held at the Chautauqua Institution on Sunday, July 15 from 12 – 2:30pm as part of the annual Great American Picnic. The Auction funds scholarships for Chautauqua County high school literary arts students to spend an all-expense paid week at the Institution, taking classes, attending lectures and concerts, and living on the grounds with a host family. The Auction and Picnic are sponsored by the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Alumni Fund and take place on the lawn of the CLSC Caroline Bissell, Auction Co-Chair, modeling a cowboy Alumni Hall. Patricia (Colander) Micciche’s hat amid an array of donated items for the auction. poetry and stories have been Urging donors to fill missing types to prevent summer See “PICNIC” Page B3 published in Highlights for shortage. Children, Cricket Magazine, and SRAMcGraw Hill’s “ FOR SALE BY OWNER IMAGINE IT “ Reading LAKEFRONT Series… however, her newly SUNSET BAY published book, MUSKIE BEMUS POINT MAGIC is dear to her heart. She will have a book signing this Saturday, July 14 at Off Easy Access to the Beaten Path Bookstore Long Point State Park. (28 Chautauqua Avenue, 4 Bedrooms, Lakewood) from 11-1pm. 3 Full Baths, For over 70 years she has known the shores and waters 2,900 Square Feet of Chautauqua Lake. She has Lot 100’ x 300’ lived by it, swam in it, boated $725,000 and waterskied in it, done paintings and drawings of it, Realtors Welcome picnicked by it, watched it’s sun sets and dreamed by it… (716) 969-6576 even skated on it in winter. Now she tells and illustrates a true fish-tale that happened on this lake. While watching her youngest brother, many years ago at age 3, intently sit on the dock waiting for a fish to ‘bite’, she first penned this tale. Of course, it has morphed and been edited a thousand times since the first
inspiration. But, Patricia has been always surrounded by a ‘fishing’’ family…her father, her sons, her nephews, her grandfather… even her Swedish Grandma fished. Many a pan- fried fresh caught dinner has been enjoyed from Chautauqua Lake, including a stuffed baked MUSKIE, that Patricia remembers her mother baking. Today, Patricia’s brother and her oldest son are both fishing guides in Alaska and Oregon. Her other son also fishes, makes his own lures, and ties flies. He helped Patricia immensely by providing fishing gear and information used in illustrating MUSKIE MAGIC and bringing the story to life. Patricia’s dream was to become an ARTIST and also to illustrate children’s books. In third grade, she took lessons in pastel landscape painting from local artist Adon Trimm. She took the first art course offered by JCC back in the early 60’s, then went on to earn
a BA degree in Art Education from SUCB. She studied ART at the University of Siena, Italy for a whole semester, then did graduate study on site in Mexico on art, architecture and culture one whole summer, before finishing her Masters Degree in Art at Edinboro Univ.of Pa. Patricia taught art education for over 20 years at Celoron Primary School with SWCentral School System. She taught Young Peoples’ ART at Chautauqua Institution for 5 summer seasons. In 2000, she was selected as a Fullbright Teacher Program educator from NY State to visit Japan. She created an authentic Japanese art room when she returned for all her students k-3 at the Celoron School. She traveled to Korea to research illustrations for her children’s book, A HOME for KIM LEE, in 2001. She has studied Illustration and Writing of Children’s Books with Caldecott winner and author, Uri Shulevitz. Also with children’s book authors/ illustrators Dominick Catalano, Lindsay Barrett George, and Judy Schachner. She did all the photography and design for her late husband Gino’s cookbooks: NATURAL ITALIAN COOKING: ZUPPE, PASTA and PRANZI. At present, she works from her own studio, writing, painting and illustrating. She is looking forward to going MUSKY fishing and catching a big one from Chautauqua Lake. She hopes children and adults alike will enjoy MUSKIE MAGIC and thanks Melissa Uber at Quick Solutions with help publishing.
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Sunset Celebration at Cabana Sam’s : July 12th : Cabana Sam’s, Irving
In Full Bloom
What Having a Garden Teaches You
Picnic Cont. From B2 Donations have been pouring in, including some collectible Chautauquaiana, such as Cat’s Meow miniature replica Chautauqua buildings, a painting of the storied “Sea Lion” sailing vessel, CLSC Reading Series books and magazines from 100 years ago, and Bird Tree and Garden Club plates no longer produced. A great variety of items will be available, ranging from a Stetson cowboy hat,
By Linda K. Yates Artist & Gardener The LUSH LIFE is upon us! In the gardens now are quiet spots for daydreaming, an abundance of new flowers in bloom everyday, and all of the personal luxuries that gardens have to offer us in mid July. Gardening in outdoor spaces is recreation also meaning ‘re-creation’ or starting over or doing again. We are refreshing our senses to the entirely brand new summer season. It’s our chance to start over, to enjoy it more, to do it better. We have the time to make changes in our lifestyles, our yards, our porches and outdoor spaces. We can maybe take more care of what we are blessed to have. ‘Less is more’ is a good motto in our changing love starved separated world. We can make improvements in ourselves and in our own backyards. By being Stewards of the Earth or our neighborhoods or even our own personal territories we are contributing to the betterment of mankind.
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a king size Amish quilt, a tabletop poker slot machine, some very collectible art work, a collection of Muffy and Hoppy animals with many outfits, a large quantity of unique jewelry, interesting antique furniture, vintage linens and glassware, designer clothing, significant gifts from area businesses, and many, many other items. A table of lesser value items with fixed prices— true bargains, will offer something for every shopper. A Preview/Sale will take place in Alumni Hall on Thursday and Friday prior to the Picnic from 10 – 5.
The Picnic itself will include burgers (as well as veggie burgers) hot dogs, potato salad, beans, chips, drinks and watermelon for sale. Also featured will be games for children, a book table, bake table, fortune teller, and music by a local musical group. In case of rain, the Picnic will be held at Seaver Gym, while the Silent Auction will be held on the Alumni Hall porch. Admittance to Chautauqua Institution is free all-day every Sunday. For further information, contact Auction Co-Chairs, Janet Wallace, ladyprchr@ aol.com or Caroline Bissell, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Make a Teddy Bear! at the Lakewood Library: W ant to make an adorable, cushy teddy bear, t he perfect size for holding & hugging or for decoration? You can make a wide variety of bears, using different fabrics, and notions – you can make “Memory Teddy Bears” to keep or to give as gifts for all ages.
Rose Bouquet and Liliums
With that being said, the garden is what you make it! Large or small, indoors or out, we learn from the natural world what the elements of style are. Nature is the best teacher of what to do after the gardens have been implemented. She will dictate the rules for us and now the rules are keep your eyes open and take care of what needs to be done. For example: Weeding, cleaning away dead leaves, pruning the unsightly, deadheading spent flowers, and fertilizing with a water soluble plant food solution. When lots of plants are in their full bloom state we are ecstatic! It’s time to enjoy the blossoms of every colour imaginable. There are different breeds
of hemerocallis (Daylilies) that have exploded open like fireworks. I’m just as thrilled this July as any other July ever before to see it all happen again. July never disappoints. The weather is hot and hazy and everyone is busy cramming all of their hopes and dreams into another long awaited and well deserved summer. July is the month of pride. The garden represents us with the colours of the world in magical displays of love and courage. A garden represents our lust for life, and to love your life is the absolute best gift you can give yourself! Having a garden has taught me that. I believe it with my heart. Happy July! Live it up!
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Heat Wave in WNY
Tips to Keep it Cool
By Carol Fisher As I generally do, I set out to research what I could about these crazy temperatures we have been enduring over the last few weeks. I even went so far as to try to enlist the aid of Maria Genero from WGRZ Channel 2 News, but, alas, didn’t hear back from her. I guess she’s a busy gal with all the animal rights issues she is involved in. I learned that she became a vegetarian after she learned the truth about our food industry. Atta girl, Maria. That’s practicing what you preach. So, here’s what I found out that I could translate for you. The World Meteorological Organization is specific in its definition by stating that a heat wave is when the daily maximum temperature for more than five consecutive days exceeds the average maximum temperature by 9 degrees. (Canada says three.) So, a series of 95-degree days here in WNY might be considered a heat wave, while not so much in Death Valley, where those temps would be considered normal. Heat waves form when high pressure aloft, up to 25,000 feet, gains strength and hangs over a specific region for several days or weeks,
and then moves very slowly. Under this high pressure, the warm air sinks causing a highlevel inversion which acts as a lid or a dome, trapping high humidity warm air below it, thereby inhibiting convection, leading to a continual buildup of heat at the surface which we then experience as a heat wave. Perhaps some of you remember six years ago, in June-July 2012, when more than 8000 warm temperature records were broken or tied, many untouched since the Dust Bowl Days of the 1930’s. Hundreds of deaths occurred and cities everywhere reported heat buckled roads. Now that was HOT weather! It’s almost impossible to believe, but heat waves take more lives in the United States than do natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding and thunderstorms. But, what probably matters more than what makes a heat wave, is how to stay cool when the heat comes visiting again (this weekend – highs in the low 80’s). I’ve gathered together some solutions that might help you. Air conditioning always stands as the first line of defense. However, if you are in a non-air-conditioned place, use box fans and ceiling fans
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(turned to summer mode) to promote air circulation. Always take advantage of the cooling power of water. Fill buckets or basins and soak your feet. Wet towels and bandannas can have a cooling effect when worn on the shoulders, neck or head. Take cool showers or baths, and consider using a spray bottle filled with cold water for refreshing spritzes throughout the day. Head downstairs. A basement is a cool refuge from the midday heat. Eliminate extra sources of heat: turn odd incandescent light bulbs, computers, TV’s and appliances. Eat fresh foods that do not require cooking. Maintain an adequate level of hydration: you’ll need to consume more water than you usually do. Sweating profusely? Replace electrolytes by eating a small amount of food with your water or by drinking speciallyformulated electrolyte replacement drinks. Thirst is the first sign of dehydration; drink sufficient amounts of fluids before you feel thirsty in order to prevent dehydration. Avoid alcoholic beverages and caffeine, as both act as diuretics and promote dehydration. For a homemade “air conditioning” system, sit in the path of a box fan that is aimed at an open cooler, or pan filled with ice. Visit public buildings with air conditioning: Libraries, grocery stores, shopping malls, coffee shops, and movie theaters can all be good places to cool down. Don’t eat large, protein-rich meals that can increase metabolic heat and warm the body. Do be able See “HEAT” Right
Third Annual Enchanted Mountains Brew Fest, set for this Saturday July 14th at Olean’s Four Mile Brewing.
By Nicholas Pircio
The suds will be flowing and the camaraderie growing when you take in the Third Annual Enchanted Mountains Brew Fest, set for this Saturday July 14th at Olean’s Four Mile Brewing. Sample a variety of regional craft beers from 2-5pm, amid the company of fellow brew and music lovers. Jay Beattie, one of three partners at Four Mile Brewing, is excited about bringing the fun to his brewery along the banks of the Allegheny River. On hand will be twenty-plus brewing friends from across the Empire State. You buy your ticket, $40 at the door, and you get to sample all the different brews. “We’ll have
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between 27 and 30 different either cideries, breweries or distilleries down here, take a sample cup, and go sample the beers for three hours.” Beattie says Four Mile is friends with all of the breweries taking part in the Brew Fest. “And we’re the first ones to really organize a beer festival in Olean, which is pretty neat, something the public can get into.” This marks the third Brew Fest hosted by Four Mile Brewing, and this year, the dates were changed to avoid conflict with the St. John’s Italian Festival and other events that may be going on downtown. The beer samples will be found outdoors in the Beer Garden, with the various brewers lined up under small
tents. Beattie says, “We’ll have a DJ playing, and after the beer festival we’ve got the Stick Tights playing from 5-9pm. We’ll be serving food out here; it’s a really neat thing for the community to experience, it’s fun!” Patrons will also find $10 designated driver tickets at the door. Breweries will be coming from Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Medina. You’ll also find some of the big national brands like Long Trail, Otter Creek, New Belgium, Magic Hat, and Genesee Brewing. Beattie says this is the biggest event of the year for Four Mile Brewing. Tickets should go fast. “There will be more product here than you can sample!”
emergency services (911) in the event of a heat emergency and try to cool the victim until help arrives. Keep a cautious eye on children and frail elderly. And, finally, remember that pets also suffer when the temperature rises. KEEP THEM OUT OF CARS! Cooling animals (dogs, rabbits, cats, gerbils)
by giving them a “cool” bath or shower will help keep their body temperature down. A cool towel on a tile floor to lay on, a cool towel or washcloth laying over the skin next to a fan will also help cool the animal. Make sure they have plenty of cool water to drink as well. EZPZ – Stay Cool!
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