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33RD ANNUAL SOUTHTOWNS WALLEYE TOURNAMENT Thur., June 15 • 6am • Fri., June 16 • 6am Sat., June 17 • 6am • Sun., June 18 • 6am Lake Erie including the Niagara River
The Gebbie Foundation
Supporting a Jamestown Renaissance
Local Floral Business with International Reach
The Gebbie Foundation is providing funding for Jamestown Brewing Company to take over the Grants Department Store building on 3rd and Washington, converting it into a full service microbrewery, restaurant and banquet facility for up to 250 people
The company housed at 106 E. Second Street in Jamestown has been featured in “Martha Stewart”, “Real Simple”, “Green Wedding Shoes’ and “Architecture Digest” to name a few.
14TH ANNUAL CHAUTAUQUA WRITERS’ FESTIVAL Thursday, June 15 • 8 – 9am Friday, June 16 • 8 – 9am Saturday, June 17 • 8 – 9am Sunday, June 18 • 8 – 9am Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua PINT NIGHT Thursday, June 15 • 5 – 8pm Five & 20 Spirits & Brewing, Westfield MOUNTAIN BIKE SOCIAL RIDE EVERY THURSDAY Thursday, June 15 • 6 – 7pm Loud Performance, Bemus Point THURSDAY NIGHT SOCIAL PADDLE AT SUNSET BAY Thursday, June 15 • 6 – 9pm Cabana Sam’s Sunset Bay Grill, Irving 3RD THURSDAY LIVE MUSIC @ WINTER GARDEN PLAZA Thursday, June 15 • 6:30 – 7:30pm 313 N. Main St, Jamestown MUSIC ON THE PIER - “STRICTLY HIP” TRAGICALLY HIP TRIBUTE Thursday, June 15 • 6:30 – 8:30pm City Pier Park, Dunkirk 35TH ANNUAL YASSOU FESTIVAL Friday, June 16 • 11am – 11pm Saturday, June 17 • 11am – 11pm St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Jamestown WATERCOLOR CLASSES AT THE DEPOT Friday, June 16 • 1:30 – 4pm Mayville Watercolors; The Depot, Mayville JAMESTOWN JAMMERS BASEBALL Friday, June 16 • 7:05pm Russell E. Diethrick Jr. Park, Jamestown JOHN VALBY “DR. DIRTY” SHOW Friday, June 16 • 9pm – 12am Sunset Bay Beach Club, Irving PATH THROUGH HISTORY WEEKEND Saturday, June 17 & Sunday, June 18 Chautauqua County and New York State
By Anna Hagley We all know Jamestown residents support their town and hold it close to their hearts. The Gebbie family’s dedication to the town incited an idea back in 1964 to start a long lasting unique resource for the town, creating The Gebbie Foundation that is currently involved in bringing local revitalization projects to fruition. The Gebbie Foundation was started by Geraldine Gebbie Bellinger and Marion Bertram Gebbie, sisters, who
passed the torch of responsibility down from generation to generation. According to gebbie.org, their mission has been, and still is, one of commitment to high ideals, personal integrity and compassion for others, while supporting a progressive, community-focused impact on Jamestown. Their historic mission statement is still the literary banner of their goals, stating “The Gebbie Foundation’s mission is to See “GEBBIE” Page 8
By Lori Humphrys
Afloral.com, 106 Second St, is Jamestown’s year round ambassador of flowers – rain or shine, sun or snow. The internet company, owned by Susan Bonfiglio sends lovely silk flowers and décor all over the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia country for all occasions. Susan, president and owner, might be considered a visionary who saw the possibility of the internet when she took over Anderson Floral, a
Lily Dale Museum
local live flower wholesaler and became an internet provider of artificial flowers for the bride. “ I saw that the internet allowed us to not depend on the local economy,” the Bemus Point resident said. Susan grew up in Lakewood, graduated from Southwestern School District, has a degree in Accounting from Fredonia and attended classes at Purdue University. Afloral.com is very much See “FLORAL” Page 8
Local Vintage Clothing Collection Has Star Power
Home of Spiritualism (Part of CHQ. Co. Museum Series)
CHAUTAUQUA LAKE BASS TEAM OPEN Saturday, June 17 • 6am – 2pm Prendergast Boat Launch, Mayville WNY BASSMASTERS TOURNAMENT Saturday, June 17 • 6am – 2pm Chadwick Bay Marina, Dunkirk FLUVANNA FEST 2017 Saturday, June 17 • 9am – 9pm Fluvanna, NY SUP YOGA Saturday, June 17 • 9 – 10:30am Silver Creek Boat Launch, Silver Creek For More Weekly Events Visit http://www.tourchautauqua.com
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Great Blue Heron June 30-July 2
26th Annual Great Blue Heron Music Festival...Pg. 10
By Beverly A. Hazen A small museum that may well be the most unique in the County (and beyond) is in the Cassadaga lakeside community of Lily Dale, recognized as the home of “Spiritualism.” It is the place where mediums communicate with spirits of people who “have passed,” or in layman’s terms, “the dead.”
The Emporium is bursting with fabulous items of vintage clothing – dresses, suits, shoes, hats, gloves, you name it.
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By Mary Seger
Young” – is absolutely legendary in Hollywood and very familiar to The Dykeman-Young Gallery and titans of the movie industry, such Vintage Emporium on E. 2nd St. in as Stephen Spielberg and the Coen Jamestown may very possibly be brothers. the coolest place in the Southern Tier. Its very name – “DykemanSee “DYKEMAN” Page 8
Asian Fusion In Jamestown
Annual Celron Rib Fest
Asian Fusion At Tokyo & Beijing
2017 Celoron Festival A Rib Tickling Success
By Kathleen McCarthy
A 3-day celebration will take place June 30-July 2, 2017 at The Heron from 3pm Friday-9pm Sunday. The Great Blue Heron Music Festival delivers an eclectic musical lineup that the whole family can enjoy. Three days and nights are filled with national and regional acts on three stages highlighting roots, rock, reggae, zydeco, country, old time, blues, gospel and......
Calvin and Cindy Wu relocated to Jamestown in February 2017 when they purchased theAsian restaurant at 816 Foote Avenue. Coming from Brooklyn, New York they desired to be closer to family and friends in Toronto and Pennsylvania. They carefully renovated every aspect of the restaurant. Contractors put in all new fixtures, furnishings, painting and decorating. No detail was left undone. The restaurant presents as a brand new, upscale facility. Calvin Wu was born in the south of
How many of us have had the opportunity to wake up in the morning to the smell of barbecued ribs and chicken cooking in the air? Well that was the case this last weekend for Celoron’s annual Rib Fest Celebration. The event was held June 7 – 10, 2017. Barbecued Ribs were the featured food in all different styles (along with chicken) and tastes. If anyone left
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By Lee Harkness
33rd Annual Southtowns Walleye Tournament : June 15th - 18th : Lake Erie inc. the Niagara River
Be a Part of the Best Little Paper this Side of Chautauqua County
The Lakeside Ledger has received so much support since its inception just 5 months ago. We would like to take this space each week and introduce you to our team of writers. I would like to next introduce Kathleen McCarthy. Kathleen is a woman of change and adventure. Having had many careers and interesting life experiences, she continues to explore and find new directions. She says, “My humble beginnings began in Orchard Park, where I had the good fortune of living three houses away from my maternal grandparents. With my neighborhood friends I explored the woods, the swamps, and the quaint village, as a young girl with a mission. At times the mission may have gotten me in trouble but learning by doing was the way to go. I nursed a baby bat with an eye dropper, took care of sick birds, and brought home kittens, dogs and snakes. I learned to bake pies with Nana and learned woodworking from Pa, who designed miniature tools for me. These skills took me exploring and living in many parts of the country. My beginning love of Chautauqua Lake was my time spent at Camp Newatah, now part of the Lutheran Camp. This was perfect, as I discovered fossils, water sports and nurturing relationships with counselors and made new friends. Special to me was Carol Ann Bemus, my counselor in the youngest “Peter Pan” cabins. Luckily my parents also fell in love
with the lake and purchased our first summer home in Maple Springs, NY. in 1958. The love of the area may have begun much earlier, as my paternal grandparents honeymooned at the Athenaeum Hotel in 1917. College took me to Central NY, University of Denver (access to my love of downhill skiing), University of Florida for the fine Education Department, Hunter College of the City of NY for a Masters in Education, and Boston University for a Masters in Social Work. My interest in helping others took me to teaching in the South Bronx, living in East Harlem, a year- long move to Vermont to raise chickens and my first child. Never one to sit back and let things happen to the underclass, I did community service, tutored and mentored in East Harlem and in Vermont. I taught Special Education, worked as a school counselor and school administrator. I advocated for food programs, day care programs and adequate housing and human rights. I worked in residential treatment programs, taught kids with social/emotional problems, had a private psychotherapy practice in Newton, MA and found time to continue the skiing passion in Maine and Vermont. Raising four kids, nurturing their interests of art, crew, horses and basketball kept me close to the action, sometimes wanting to jump right in. That came later! As my parents kept homes in Maple Springs I was lucky to come back to visit, my heart was always close
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by. Mom enriched my life with her love of literature and libraries. Dad made sure I shared his passion for antique cars, restoration projects and antique car shows in the states and in England. Fast forward, in 2007 my husband and I left the fast pace of Boston and Providence and made the bold move to Maple Springs. Having inherited our home when my Dad passed away has allowed us to step back and plan for our life on the lake. Discovering crew with the Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association has added to the “staying fit” and active theme! Reinventing ourselves, our careers have taken interesting, positive turns. I am thrilled to be writing for the Lakeside Ledger, following Mom’s foot-steps, as she had been the editor of the student newspaper at the University of Buffalo in 1938.” The Lakeside Ledger is part of the Zimmer Media LLC Newspaper Group and is always looking for story ideas and writers. The Ledger is printed weekly and distributed on Thursdays to more than 400 locations in Chautauqua County (Lakewood, Celoron, Busti, Jamestown, Bemus, Mayville, Westfield and Fredonia). Our mission is to bring you the latest regarding area events, business news, interesting people and community happenings in an entertaining and informative weekly format. We look forward to working with and for you! Jeanine Zimmer Carlson, PublisherJeanine Zimmer Carlson, Publisher
Garage, Household & Estate Sales: www.estatesales.com Weekly Column By Donna Germain Did you know …? Are you looking for some great deals on some old stuff or even relatively new stuff? Need some nice bowls to bring your popular potato salad to the family picnic or reunion. Pick up a nice bowl for a buck or two. Well now is the time to check out the Garage, Household and Estate sales. Several neighborhoods hold street sales. Now with the internet
it is easy to see what the sales have to offer, especially the estate sales & household sales. You can find sales in the local newspaper or online. Household & estate sales not conducted by an individual will state they will hand out numbers at a certain time. Usually an hour before the sale starts. That is your place in line and allows for limited entry into the home so it is not overly crowed. So if you see something you like online, get there early to get your place in line. Most
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sales the first day are 100% of asking price, however you can leave a bid or speak to the person running the sale to negotiate a price. The second day is usually 30% off and the third day 40-50% off. This may vary from sale to sale and vendors. So if you are not looking to buy and want to have your own sale, you can contact a vendor or do it on your own. For more information on sales or to contact a vendor go to www. estatesales.com Now you know….
When Your Shadow Is Shorter than You , Take Cover!
Do you know the shadow rule? If your shadow is shorter than you, you should find shade. This is an easy reminder to limit sun exposure between 10am & 4pm, when the sun’s rays are the most intense. If you must be in the sun during this time, stay covered with a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and a hat, and use sunscreen on exposed skin. Finally, don’t forget to wear sunglasses with 99-100% UV absorption to protect your eyes. Enjoy summer in Chautauqua County safely! This health tip provided by your Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services: 866-604-6789
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Fine dining inside picturesque Chautauqua Institution focusing on fresh seafood and farm fresh produce.
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Tour Of Chautauqua Bike Ride The 33rd annual Tour of Chautauqua Bike Ride will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2016 originating and finishing in front of the Eason Hall, 23 Elm St. Westfield, NY. The mass start begins at 9 am. Water and refreshment stops, radio people and sag wagon services are provided. Helmets are required. Recreational tours of courses of 25, 40, 62, 75 and 100 miles are offered, with a light meal at the finish provided. For more information contact 716-326-4243, our website at westfieldrec.org or facebook.com/WestfieldRecDept.
14th Annual Chautauqua Writers’ Festival : June 15th - 18th : Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua
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Fine dining in the old school tradition with a new school approach
Planet Fitness to Open Fitness Center to Open in the Chautauqua Mall Summer, 2017
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60 Chautauqua Avenue, Lakewood NY www.craftlakewood.com • (716) 763-0051 Dining Room Hours: Monday - Wednesday • 5pm-10pm, Thursday • 11am - 10pm & Friday - Saturday • 11am - 11pm Bar Hours: Monday - Wednesday • 5pm-11pm, Thursday • 11am - 11pm & Friday - Saturday • 11am - 12am
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LAKEWOOD, N.Y. (June, 2017) – Chautauqua Mall, Chautauqua County’s family friendly regional shopping mall, will soon up its athletic quotient with Planet Fitness opening during summer of 2017. The addition will bring a new element to Chautauqua Mall’s already popular shopping, dining and entertainment mix. “Chautauqua Mall is excited to further diversify and expand the options for our guests with the addition of Planet Fitness,” said Julie Bihler, General Manager of Chautauqua Mall. “We strive to meet consumer demand by providing a mix of things to do and things to buy, including retail, dining, entertainment and health and wellness options all within our center.” Opening at the main entrance of the mall across from Old Navy, Planet
Fitness will feature state of the art cardio machines and strength equipment, 20-Minute Express Circuit, fully equipped locker rooms with day lockers and showers, numerous flat screen televisions, HydroMassage beds, massage chairs, tanning beds and booths, a Total Body Enhancement booth and more. Planet Fitness will be open and staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.” The new location at Chautauqua Mall is one of nearly 1,300 clubs nationwide, making Planet Fitness one of the fastest growing health club franchises in the United States. For more information, please call (716) 763-1823 or visit chautauquamall. com. About Chautauqua Mall: Chautauqua Mall, Chautauqua County’s family friendly regional
shopping mall, is home to popular retailers, including American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Bon-Ton, JCPenney, maurices, Old Navy, rue21, Sears and Victoria’s Secret. Chautauqua Mall also features dining and entertainment options, such as Five Guys, Olive Garden, Ruby Tuesday, Sakura Buffet and Dipson Theatres. Located at 318 East Fairmount Avenue (Rte. 394), Lakewood, NY 14750, Chautauqua Mall is open seven days a week; Monday thru Saturday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. About Washington Prime Group: Washington Prime Group Inc. is a retail REIT and a recognized leader in the ownership, management, acquisition and development of retail properties. The Company combines a national real estate portfolio with an investment grade balance sheet, leveraging its expertise ]across the entire shopping center sector to increase cash flow through rigorous management of assets and provide new opportunities to retailers looking for growth throughout the U.S. A trademark application has been filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the name “Washington Prime Group” and is currently pending. Learn more at www. washingtonprime.com.
Grand Funk Railroad GFR Plays in Ellicottville July 2 for Ellicottville’s Summer Music Festival Grand Funk Railroad will perform at the Ellicottville Summer Festival on July 2 at 8 PM. Doors open at 7 PM. The Festival runs from June 30 through July 2, and takes place at the Holiday Inn Resort. The Holiday Inn is at 6557 Holiday Valley Road, in Ellicottville, NY. Admission ranges from $30 to $325 for VIP. For more information, please call 800-349-9099 or 716-699-2345. The website is www.ellicottvilleny.com/ event-calendar/summermusic-festival/. Formed in 1969, Grand Funk was born out of the
ashes of Terry Knight & The Pack, another band from Flint, Michigan. Currently the group includes original founding members Don Brewer (vocals and drums, writer and singer of the hit, “We’re An American Band”) and bassist Mel Schacher. Joining Don and Mel are true “ALL-STARS”-- Max Carl (38 Special, Jack Mack and the Heart Attack, Max Carl and Big Dance), lead guitarist Bruce Kulick (12 years with KISS and credits with Michael Bolton, Meatloaf and Billy Squier), and keyboardist Tim Cashion (Bob Seger and Robert Palmer).
Together, Brewer and Schacher have created a dynamic and multi-talented five piece band that will not only carry on the tradition of Grand Funk hits, but also has the potential to create a new chapter in the legacy of Grand Funk Railroad. With Grand Funk reforming in 2000, this new chapter in the band’s biography is being written daily. Both seasoned Grand Funk lovers and contemporary rock fans--discovering the group for the first time on CDs and VH-1-- will be able to see and hear firsthand that Grand Funk Railroad’s train is back on track.
Nature Play Day, Mud Mania
Nature Play Day, Mud Mania – Saturday, June 17, 2017: Children and their favorite adults are invited to play in the mud at the Audubon’s Nature Play Area. Extra equipment related to the theme will be placed around the Play Area, such as a mud pie kitchen, natural brushes and water. Naturalists will be on hand to answer any questions. Don’t worry, a hose will be provided for cleanup. Host: Audubon Community Nature Center. Cost: $6. Contact: 716-569-2345.
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Retail Produce Auction
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CHQ Produce Auction makes Buying Local Foods Easier for Consumers
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By Emily Reynolds, Executive Director, e Cornell Cooperative e Extension of CHQ. County T n JAMESTOWN, Cornell , Cooperative Extension t of Chautauqua County’s e Agricultural Program is a excited to announce the that o the Chautauqua Produce e Auction is now featuring a g retail auction in addition to e their wholesale opportunities. r Cornell Cooperative h Extension provides technical s support to the Produce d Auction and its growers. s A new feature at this year’s r Chautauqua Produce Auction . is the addition of a retail n auction, to be held on Monday e evenings, which provide an k opportunity for consumers e to buy smaller quantities ” at retail prices. Monday . Auctions begin at 5 pm, and . will continue through June with the potential to continue through the season based on
interest. The Chautauqua Produce Auction is located in Clymer at 7844 Route 474. The standard wholesale auctions are every Tuesday and Friday throughout the season, typically May through October, starting at 10am. The new Monday events will still follow an auction format, but produce will be sold in smaller quantities. This will allow the general public to enjoy smaller quantities that will serve 1-2 people for preservation or consumption. For example, during these retail auctions the buyer who wins the bid may choose one, two or three plants rather than having to buy a whole lot of ten plants as they must do at the Tuesday and Friday wholesale auctions. The Produce Auction operates like a typical auction, but there are many people around to help a new buyer establish an account and learn about the bidding process. Examples
of what you might find at a Monday auction include hanging baskets, 4” pots of flowers, flats of flowers or vegetables, patio tomatoes, eggs, rhubarb, strawberries, baked goods, gardening supplies or planters. A small food stand is also available. There is adequate parking and loading docks available as well. The wholesale auction has been an asset to our community since 2003, and offers fresh fruits and vegetables, plants, flowers, and other items that are sourced from local growers, primarily from Chautauqua County. They follow a strict food safety plan that is certified yearly and includes a traceability policy for all fruits and vegetables sold at the auction. You can learn more about the Chautauqua Produce Auction by contacting Nancy Westerberg at 716-499-6391 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Chautauqua County is home to over 1,500 farms, and more than 100 are selling their products directly to consumers, through farm stores, roadside stands, the Chautauqua Produce Auction, and farmers markets. For a complete listing of Chautauqua County farm stands and farmers markets, or to learn more about the Produce Auction, please visit Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Local Food Guide, “Chautauqua Grown”, online at www.cce.cornell. edu/chautauqua/cg.
Walking Tour, Lakeview Loop Walking Tour, Lakeview Loop – Saturday, June 17, 2017: This tour is an informative mixture of architecture and history, with a number of significant north side homes and families featured. Host: Fenton History Center. Cost: $10. Contact: 716-664-6256.
Jamestown Skating Club
Goes Through the Decades Ice Extravaganza at Northwest Arena June 17th
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(Jamestown, NY) - The Jamestown Skating Club’s 2017 Ice Extravaganza is coming to Northwest Arena on Saturday, June 17 at 7pm. The event will be presented as a trip through time with performance and music from years past. Those in attendance can expect to see ten decades’ worth of history and music represented,
starting with the roaring twenties and ending with today’s best hits. This year’s cast range in age from four to twenty-five, and will feature everyone from beginners to USFS Gold medalists. With hopes of taking the audience back in time, each skater will be wearing decade-accurate costumes while performing to timely tunes that we all know
and love. Tickets are available now and are $5 each. Tickets can be purchased at the Northwest Arena’s Landmark Chevrolet Box office or from members of the Jamestown Skating Club. For more information, please visit www.J amestownSkatingClubOnIce. com or stop in to Northwest Arena.
Thursday, July 6 • 7pm
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Lakewood Official Retires
Lakewood-- After 27 years of service to the Village of Lakewood, Tom Windoft, has parked his last plow and turned off his last paver. Pictured here, center, cup in hand, Windoft was honored on his last day by fellow employees in celebration of his 27 years of dedicated public service for the Village. Mr. Windoft began his Village career in September of 1990 in the Lakewood Water Department and then transferred to the street department years later. Joining the celebration Tuesday June 6, were his many current and former Village of Lakewood co-workers as well as Town of Busti employees. Congratulations to Tom!
Mountain Bike Social Ride - Every Thursday : June 15th : Loud Performance, Bemus Point
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2017 Summer Concert City of Jamestown Announces 2017 Summer Concert Series
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The City of Jamestown’s Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department has finalized the 2017 Summer Band Concert schedule at the Goranson Band Shell in Allen Park. The first concert of the season will be held on Wednesday, June 14th at 7:00 p.m. and will be presented by the Jamestown High School Concert Band under the direction of Meghan Murray. Additional concerts will be held at 7:00 p.m. as follows: Wednesday, June 21st, Jamestown Municipal Band. Wednesday, June 28th, Jamestown Municipal Band. Wednesday, July 5th, Jamestown Municipal Band, Wednesday, July 12th, Jamestown Municipal Band. Wednesday, July 19th, Jamestown Municipal Band. Wednesday, July 26th,
Jamestown Municipal Band The Jamestown Municipal Band has performed in Allen Park since the 1950s, with musical events being held annually at its current venue since the construction of the Goranson Bandshell in 1966. In addition to funding provided annually by the City of Jamestown, these concerts are made available free to the public through the support of the following: AJ’s Texas Hots, Allen Park Women’s Club, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo; Lind Funeral Home, Local 134, American Federation of Musicians; Scandinavian Studies Program, Salon 1, The Resource Center, The United Arts Appeal of Chautauqua County Projects Pool Grant Program, and WCA Hospital. As in previous years, members of the Allen Park Women’s Club will continue their tradition of providing coffee, fudge and other baked goods during all of the concerts. Proceeds from the concession sales will once again be donated by the Club for the continued maintenance and improvement of Allen Park. All concerts are free to the public and everyone is urged to bring their lawn chairs, blankets or park their vehicles close by and listen to the music from the comfort of their car.
Grain Grinding Demonstration Watch live grain grinding the 3rd Sunday of each month. The Busti Mill is a historic grist mill located in the Town of Busti that was built in 1839 and remained in operation until 1960. It produced wheat flour, cornmeal, buckwheat flour and animal feed. Host: Busti Historical Society. Cost: Free. Contact: 716-483-3670.
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LAKEWOOD, NY (June 10, 2017) – Chautauqua Mall will present “KidX: Rolling Dough With Dad” on June 17th, 11am – 2pm at Auntie Anne’s Pretzel. Attendees will enjoy a funfilled afternoon with a free,
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pre-registered live dough twisting demonstration and refreshments. Crafts to follow Dough activity. “Chautauqua Mall is thrilled to host another KidX event as part of our commitment to local families,” said
Cynthia Johnson, marketing director at Chautauqua Mall. “We proudly offer things to do in addition to things to buy as the central gathering space for friends and family to shop, dine and spend time together.” Chautauqua Mall’s KidX Club is a free program for children featuring activities that invite them to explore their world. The purpose of these events is for members to have fun, playful and educational experiences. Whether it’s expression through art, safety or fitness activities, the KidX Club brings enriching events to members and their families that inspire them to explore, experience and excel. For more information, call 716-763-9355 or visit chautauquamall.com.
Lake Erie State Park Kickoff to Summer Event
It’s a Friday in June and school is out. What to do? Head out to Lake Erie State Park as we kick off the summer with a fun evening by the beautiful great lake. This year’s event will take place on June 23rd in front of the bath house. The event kicks off at 6:00 p.m. and will feature activities for all ages to enjoy including music, food, standup paddle boarding, as well as other programs for the whole family to take part in. Face painting and air brush tattoos will be available from 6:00p.m.-8:00p.m. Park Naturalists will staff an “Ask the Naturalist”
table, so bring your naturerelated questions and check out some cool interactive displays. Yard games and a nature scavenger hunt will start at 6pm and run throughout the evening. Adventure Bound Onthe-fly from Ellicottville, NY will be hosting standup paddle board lessons for anyone looking to kick off the summer with a fun new adventure. Don’t forget to bring a chair for the last event of the evening. The sun sets at 8:30p.m and that is one show you definitely do not want to miss! For more information contact the Environmental
Education Intern at 716-3863165 x208 or email Autumn. B u c k @ p a r k s . n y. g o v. The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation oversees more than 250 parks, historic sites, recreational trails, golf courses, boat launches and more, which are visited by 69 million people annually. A recent study found that New York State Parks generates $1.9 billion in economic activity annually and supports 20,000 jobs. For more information on any of these recreation areas, call 518-474-0456 or visit www. nysparks.com.
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Cont. From Cover China to a close-knit family. His father and uncle were chefs in China and Japan. He learned about cooking, spices, and ingredients at a young age. He carefully learned to prepare many various dishes by watching, then by doing. He travelled to Japan to work with his father in his restaurant there. As Calvin continued travelling to Thailand, Singapore and the United States, he learned more about flavors and spices as well as the combination of foods from different cultures. Calvin relocated to Seattle, Washington in 2012 where he ran an Asian Restaurant and continued to learn and create more dishes, drawing from the many cultures he had experienced. Being far from friends and family he decided to move to Brooklyn, New York. This exciting move and neighborhood inspired him to continue to create new dishes. As he had friends in this geographic area he and his wife began to consider a move to Western New York. When the opportunity presented itself he decided to buy the restaurant at 816 Foote Avenue in Jamestown. He brought a chef from Seattle and a Thai chef from Thailand. As he had trained in Japan, he is an expert in the preparation of Japanese dishes including Hibachi and Sushi. Asian Fusion is a term that has developed by chefs, as a combining or “fusing” of cultures with
Cont. From Cover Celoron hungry it would have been their own fault because in addition to the barbecued meat there was all types of other foods—there were fries, “bloomin” onions, cotton candy, funnel cakes, popcorn, candy apples and pizza along with all kinds of drinks for young and old alike. This all brings back faint memories of the historic amusement park of times a long time ago. Rib cooking teams were Smoking Joe’s Hog Wild BBQ, Sgt Oink BBQ, My Happy Place, Pigfoot, and After Hours BBQ. After all these an adult beverage garden was available with cold beer, malt beverages and a selection
different ingredients, spices, and sauces. Even the presentation of foods has varied and creative new ideas are appearing in restaurants throughout the world. Chefs around the globe found that there is combined power in bringing in flavors from different cultures. Calvin Wu has done a spectacular job as a young chef to combine so many aspects of what it great about Chinese, Japanese, and Thai ingredients and flavors. Every day he gets fresh deliveries of supplies, foods and spices, some from New York City. Thai basil is unique and flavorful, a taste different from regular basil. Curries from Thailand are very different from curries from India. Thai curry has a mild and different taste, not strong and pungent like Indian Curries. The food quality and presentation is spectacular. Artfully arranged with attractive garnishes make every dish picture perfect. Service is pleasant and professional. Staff is sure to check back to make sure you are satisfied or need anything additional. Authentic Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes are all served with soup, salad, and rice. The salad dressing is homemade and tasty! Portions are just right, neither delicate nor oversized, perfect for the average diner. Calvin wants to please the customer and will cater to allergies, spiciness levels, or special requests. The restaurant serves beer, wine and sake. A vast variety of lunch specials are available. Having dined at Tokyo
& Beijing twice I have experienced the Thai and Sushi menu. I chose the Thai Special Dinner with soup, salad, and rice. Having lived in New York City and Boston I often ate out, Thai being my favorite. The Shrimp Pad Thai at Tokyo & Beijing was with a delicate, yet slightly spicy flavor. It was a delight to eat great Thai food in Jamestown. My friend had the Thai Green Curry with Shrimp (with soup, salad and rice), which was described as tasty, flavorful and with tasty shrimp. My next visit I had two sushi selections. I had the unique opportunity to have Calvin prepare the Golden Jamestown Roll, a deep fried sushi roll with crab, cream cheese with sweet chili sauce (I asked to leave the eel sauce out, not being very adventurous). I am not sure what was better, the roll or getting to watch him create it, with the freshest of ingredients. The sushi was the best I have ever had! Next I ordered the Rainbow Roll. As you can see in the photo, this was a work of art. It is a California roll wrapped with salmon, tuna, white fish and shrimp with avocado. I chose having it made with just shrimp but not the other fish. The special effect was the flashing cube placed on the plate, which alternated in different colors. The cooked shrimp was tender and fresh. I highly recommend this new restaurant. They are featuring 30% off your order until 12/31/16, eat in or take out. w w w . tokyobeijingjamestown.com 716-708-6801
of wines—all to enjoy with the Classic Chevy Club. view of our lake. On Saturday Large successful events of night the community provided this type are a lot of work for a great display of fireworks for many people. This festival is the whole lake area to enjoy. organized by a local committee This year’s event included which is made up of Celoron a Kid Zone for the younger Trustees, the Celoron Moose, members of the family. the Chautauqua Lake Fishing There was face painting, train Association, and Celeron rides, slides and bounce Hose #1. All monies made houses. For the older kids by the event remain within there was a classic car show, the community. All monies and each day there was a made are donated to local not wide variety of music for for profits for use within the all to enjoy while wondering community. Others involved through Celoron Park are the Civil Air Patrol Cadets, with a wide variety of BOCES Law Certification and vendors—of all types. On Explorer Posts, Child Safety Wednesday Shults Auto Village and Meals on Wheels. Group sponsored a Cruisin’, This is a true community on June 9 Auto Credit and family event. For those sponsored a Bike Night, on who have never attended June 10 the event sponsored this event you are missing a a Poker Run and the week real down home part of our ended with a Classic Car local community—this is real Show by the Southern Tier Americana!
Regional Talent Competition Local Poetry Slam Master to Host at the Spire Theatre in Jamestown
themes. 3. Instead of sending contestants home every week we will announce their ranking in the voting results which will contribute to a cumulative score that will help decide the winner. “These are just a few the differences between CGT and Summer Showdown. It Due to high demand for really is going to be a totally a summer talent contest, different kind of show and The Spire Theater (317 E. we are super excited about Third Street, Jamestown) it.” says Angelo Giuffre, announces: Summer Showdown Producer Showdown! Hosted by Poetry Host, Autumn Echo, is a 21 Slam Master Autumn Echo. year-old performance poet A regional talent competition from Jamestown, NY. She is similar to Chautauqua’s Got the founder and Slam Master Talent, open to all kinds of of Pulse Poetry Slam, theonly talent, but also very different: monthly poetry event series 1. It will run every other in Jamestown, and has hosted week on Wednesdays nearly 60 events in the past giving contestants and the three years, including poetry production team more time to slams, open mics, workshops, create and rehearse their act. showcases, and music 2. There will be new specific related events. In addition challenges each week for the to writing and performing contestants. For example: her original poetry, Autumn being paired up with fellow involves herself in other contestants on one given local arts & performance week and compete together opportunities, having held and against each other at the lead roles in multiple local same time, and other various theater productions including
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Dracula, The Man Who Liked Order, and Dog Sees God, all put on by The InSpire Development Center Auditions will be held at The Spire Theater June 21st 8pm in front of a live voting audience. Admission to be a member of the live voting audience on June 21 is $5 at the door. Pre-registration is required and there is a mandatory registration orientation on June 14 at the Spire at 8pm. Hopefuls can start signing up now to get a pre-registration form by emailing jamestownspire@ gmail.com your name, age, talent, where you live and the phrase “SIGN ME UP FOR SUMMER SHOWDOWN” as the subject. The Contest will run July 5, July 19, Aug. 2, Aug. 16, and Aug. 30. Tickets to the competition are $7 pre-sale online at inspire.us and $9 on the day of for each night of the contest. A special season pass will be available only until the night of auditions for $35 which includes all 5 nights of the competition and auditions.
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Cont. From Cover support appropriate charitable and humanitarian programs to improve the quality of life, primarily in Chautauqua County, by focusing on children/youth/education, arts, human services, and community development.” They function with an eight-member board of directors as well as a small staff of four. The Gebbie Foundation is making big waves in what they see as a Renaissance of Jamestown, currently supporting about a dozen local projects, and investing roughly $3 million a year into the Jamestown area on projects both large and small. Recent projects have included The Northwest Arena, transforming a historical block of Jamestown into an economic engine, in which 250 thousand people come through its doors each year. They are also involved in The National Comedy Center development, which is set to attract an additional 120 thousand people a year, further boosting economic growth. Additionally adding to Jamestown’s appeal, they contributed to developing 44 market rate apartments in the Wellman Building.
Cont. From Cover an internet entity – this article may introduce the company to many in the greater Chautauqua County community – is also on Amazon and Etsy. According to Susan, the company specializes in retail sales. However, the market for their product is growing as artificial flowers are used by landscapers and store displays used by such merchandisers as Ralph Lauren. Susan said that the company and product
Cont. From Cover Why is that, you might wonder? The Backstory Gallery and Emporium owner Mike Dykeman and his late partner Craig Young together amassed one of the largest collections of vintage clothing in the world, which became the go-to wardrobe resource for top film costume designers. No matter who you are, you have definitely already seen dozens -- if not hundreds -- of items from the Dykeman-Young collection. It provided wardrobe for period movies such as Casino, Titanic, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Seabiscuit, Pearl
Gregory J. Edwards, CEO of The Gebbie Foundation, spoke with the Lakeside Ledger about the aforementioned projects, and shared details of a current exciting plan. The Gebbie Foundation is providing funding for Jamestown Brewing Company to take over the Grants Department Store building on 3rd and Washington, converting it into a full service microbrewery, restaurant and banquet facility for up to 250 people. He was generous enough to give us a sneak peek of what to expect, sharing the rendering photo. The brewers are a father and son duo, inspired by the history of a pre-prohibition brewing company by the same name. G Patti Development will develop the building for Jamestown Brewing Company to occupy. This location is nestled near the The Northwest Arena, National Comedy Center and other social activity in the heart of the city. Their goal is to begin brewing beer by the end of the year. Seeing the streets of Jamestown being transformed into a onestop-shop for entertainment while still maintaining its classic charm is something The Gebbie Foundation is proud to be a part of, although they maintain a humble position, preferring to do their work in the background and allow the improvements to speak
for themselves. While being a nonprofit organization with a current focus on revitalization plans, they are unique in their ability to not only financially support projects, but also pair quality development agencies with the projects to transform visions into their best reality possible, having, for instance, connected the Jamestown Brewing Company with G Patti Development. Edwards likens their strategy of supporting successful projects to playing threedimensional chess, explaining that they strive to first create an environment optimized for a particular project, even if doing so takes years of initial investigation, research, studies and analyses. He mentions such examples as the Urban Design Plan that started a dozen years ago, as well as the AECOM Strategy. Much like one must create the groundwork and environment to call “check mate” in chess, The Gebbie Foundation understands the importance of doing so to ensure success for the projects in which they are involved. Edwards sums up this renaissance of sorts flawlessly, stating “the sidewalks no longer roll up at 6 o’clock in the evening in Jamestown.” To stay updated on all that the Gebbie Foundation has stirring, visit them at www. gebbie.org.
has been featured in “Martha Stewart”, “Real Simple”, “Green Wedding Shoes’ and “Architecture Digest” to name a few. Derek Milliman, operations director, has worked for Afloral for the past nine years. A Jamestown resident he graduated from Jamestown Business College. Milliman said that the company employs 13 full time, and has a large ware house space in Ohio and Florida office. Milliman also said that two popular flower providers are Silk Vision, a Chinese company and Real Touch Flowers, a Canadian
Company. Real Touch flowers seem to combine the both of two worlds, the longevity of artificial flowers with the feel of real flowers. He said that cascading bouquets are regaining popularity and calla lilies are replacing the formerly popular peony. Susan has developed a business which is growing 8-10% annually. She would say her successful, growing business is due to her “wonderful staff,” Milliman, who enjoys his work, would say that “Susan is an amazing person to work for, and there is no one who knows the business more than her.”
Harbor, The Producers, and a host of others. The collection’s vintage clothing also helped to create the iconic 1960s look for the television series, Mad Men. And for 15 years, that legendary – and massive -- collection was housed in Jamestown, in a 40,000 square-foot building on Jones-Gifford Ave. Dykeman says that Jamestown was meant to be just a temporary transition point when he and Young planned to move to Cooperstown after 20 years in Los Angeles. But business heated up so quickly after they got to Jamestown, they never had a moment to complete the move. So here they stayed. “I could run the business from the moon – if the
moon had shipping,” says Mike Dykeman. So for 15 years, shipping companies transported Dykeman-Young collection vintage clothing across the country. Once a piece had been used by a principal actor in a movie, it was tagged and archived, never to be used again. In 2009, the DykemanYoung collection was sold to Western Costume Company, the largest costume shop in America. It took nine 53-foot tractor trailers to transport the 50,000 pieces back to California, where it took Western Costume more than a year to organize and barcode every item. Flash Forward to Today See DYKEMAN page 9
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a a n Cont. From Cover r y rThis museum is located in sthe former 1889 one-room mPomfret Schoolhouse #6 at ythe corner of Library and ,East Streets. Historian and nmuseum curator, Ron Nagy, Gencourages people to visit, whether they are believers in ySpiritualism or not. “There’s lsomething for everyone to -see,” Nagy said, “even if it is gjust the old things.” eOne of the displays presents dthe story of the Fox Cottage nin Hydesville, NY, and here’s fwhere one learns about the ,real beginning of Modern eSpiritualism. It is said that the sFox family moved into a house tin late 1847 that was reportedly s“haunted.” The mysterious .raps they experienced became esomewhat annoying until ttheir playful 9 and 11-year old ,daughters started exchanging nraps with the unseen guest. fThis led to “communicating” rvia raps corresponding to eletters of the alphabet and having the guest respond sto soundless hand motions, ,confirming that the guest could o“see.” The guest revealed that nhe, Charles Rosna, a pack ”peddler, was murdered in the thouse and his body buried sin the cellar. (It had been .noted that the pack peddler had suddenly disappeared.) This phenomenon caused quite a stir and drew attention sfrom outsiders, which then hled to the growth of Modern ySpiritualism. eYears later, in 1915, the d e d e Cont. From Page 8 a nd g Stepping up into the 2 floor Dykeman-Young Vintage d gEmporium is like stepping rinto another world. First-time ,visitors often say they can’t dbelieve they’re in Jamestown. gSomeplace that cool, that eunique, that original – it ecould hold its own in any city, anywhere. The first thing you notice is the clothing. s When Mike Dykeman sold 5the collection, he retained sownership of the archives – all gthe wardrobe items which had gbeen worn or used in a movie. eSo his Emporium is bursting awith fabulous items of vintage ,clothing – dresses, suits, shoes, ,hats, gloves, you name it. And each one is sprinkled with -stardust. It comes complete owith the “continuity tags” used ,by professional wardrobe staff, nnoting who wore it, the name tof the movie, and the actual tscenes it was worn in. Talk oabout a unique, customized kgift item – maybe a Matt nDamon fan who is also a egolfer would want the shirt he wore in The Legend of Bagger Vance. And there are dozens more to choose from and the items are constantly changing. The Second Thing You Notice Is Everything Else
Cottage was transported in sections and reassembled in Lily Dale, already a gathering place for Spiritualists, Liberals and Free Thinkers. Spiritualists from around the world visited the Cottage until it burned down in 1955. On display is the peddler’s trunk, a family Bible and a charred board from the Cottage. March 31, 1848, the day contact was made with Rosna’s spirit, is considered the beginning of Modern American Spiritualism. Many photographs of mediums and of the community’s history cover the museum walls. A significant foyer display is devoted to Susan B. Anthony, leader of the Woman’s Suffrage movement. While this may seem “out of place” at Lily Dale, the truth is that Susan B. Anthony was a frequent visitor. Lily Dale grew in popularity and prestige with Anthony in attendance, as thousands arrived by train during the rise of the Woman’s Suffrage movement. In honor of the Centennial Anniversary of a woman’s right to vote in N.Y. State, Lily Dale is celebrating “Woman’s Day” on August 27 with reenactment of celebrations from its early days. A strong connection with the American Indian is evident at Lily Dale. “The American Indian honored their ancestors,” Nagy said. “They talked with them and when they buried them, they elevated them. They didn’t throw them in a box. They lived simple, natural lives.”
Many of the Spiritualists in the early 1900’s chose Indians as their Spirit Guides. There are Spirit Paintings, including the portrait pastel painting “Unity,” and its original glass cover showing paint residue, which appears to be deepening in color as time passes. A basket of silverware sits unobtrusively on display, but the spoons are distorted and twisted, tangible examples of the power of mind over matter. Nagy will teach a Spoon Bending Party Workshop this summer. “I don’t demonstrate; participants bend the spoons. I have fun,” he said. A “Spirit Photography” notebook sits on a counter. It’s a collection of photographs Nagy regards noteworthy, many revealing a sphere or circle, called a Spiritual “Orb.” “That is an anomaly,” Nagy said. “Phenomena happen, but you can’t make it happen. You never know,” he said. Also shown are photographs of children (deceased), held in place by a concealed mother or propped up by a wooden support, the deceased posing for a last photograph with siblings. Expect the unexpected at Lily Dale! All are welcome. Museum hours: Saturdays 11 am – 2 pm until June 24 (free); Daily 11 am – 4 pm during season (Fri., June 30 – Sun., September 3 - $15 Gate Fee). Saturdays September 11 am – 2 pm until third week of October (free). Lily Dale Assembly Workshop Program lists summer schedule. www.lilydaleassembly.com (716)595-8721.
Mike Dykeman and Craig Young didn’t just collect vintage clothing. They collected vintage everything. They traveled all over the country, exploring the small towns of America, and shopping, shopping, shopping all the while. You’ll be awed by the selection of vintage pottery, jewelry, purses, scarves, glassware, and shelves and shelves of vintage textiles, including table linens, drapes, blankets, fabric yardage, and more. Vintage hand-painted skirts (and lots of other vintage clothing that isn’t from the movies.) Walking sticks. Tiles. Sunglasses. Samplers and quilts. More vintage representations of the American West than you ever thought existed, from beaded belts to cowboy boots to a Hopalong Cassidy lunch box – “the very first character lunchbox” says Dykeman. A room devoted to vintage kitchen wares. Lots and lots of Jamestown memorabilia – from photographs and postcards to programs and advertising to actual packaging from long-gone, old Jamestown stores. It all really has to be seen to be believed. Best of all, every single thing in the store is in perfect or near perfect condition.
Mike Dykeman says he took his time choosing the items he collected, “If you’re going to put your money into something, you might as well buy the best.” But rest assured, he was a very smart shopper and you’ll be impressed by how reasonable his prices are. One Flight Up: The Gallery On the 3rd floor, the Dykeman-Young Gallery is features regularly changing art exhibits in two airy, bright, high-ceilinged galleries. Right now, in Gallery 1, the photography show “Exposure 2” features the work of 8 local photographers whose assignment was to present a positive image of Jamestown. In Gallery 2, “Atom Age Art” features the work of Arkansas artist Dale Hogeland, whose abstract, retro compositions look like something that might have been hanging on the walls in the offices of Mad Men. The Dykeman-Young Galley and Vintage Emporium, 100 E 2nd St., Jamestown, (716-483-5772) is open from 1 pm until 7 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Like it on Facebook to get the latest scoop on Gallery art exhibits and receptions as well as newly featured items in the Emporium.
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A 3-day celebration will take place June 30-July 2, 2017 at The Heron from 3pm Friday thru 9pm Sunday. The Great Blue Heron Music Festival delivers an eclectic musical lineup that the whole family can enjoy. Three days and nights are filled with national and regional acts on three stages highlighting roots, rock, reggae, zydeco, country, old time, blues, gospel and bluegrass styles. Make sure to catch Suitcase Junket, a new band to the Festival. You can see complete line up at www.greatblue heron.com. Between performances, you can go for a swim at the springfed pond, hike or bike along forested trails, or relax at the cozy Café in the Woods. The festival midway also offers an exotic variety of fresh-cooked fare, arts & crafts. All ages will enjoy our Kids’ Tent, Teen Tent and Instrument and Healing Arts workshops. Check http://www. greatblueheron.com and h t t p s : / / w w w. f a c e b o o k . com/theheron for complete information. Patrons can camp overnight or visit just for the day. The Blue Heron has been a homecoming for many since it’s beginning in 1992.
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By Lou Drago Penn Shore Winery is the oldest continuously operating family farm winery in PA. The Commonwealth first approved farm wineries in 1960. The #1 token was issued to a Harrisburg area farm, but that winery never opened. The Penn Shore Winery first opened for business in 1968 and operated under the #2 medallion. The current ownership of PSV is the true definition of family farm. Jeff Ore spent 20 years working for BF Goodrich. After relocating his family seven times in that 20 years he and his wife Cheryl decided it was time to set down more permanent roots. Those roots included fulfilling a lifelong dream of owning a winery. In 2004, Jeff visited the owners of Penn Shore who were ready to retire, a deal was struck and the Ore family became the proud owners of the #2 medallion. Jeff and Cheryl are joined in the business by their 3 children. In the past 13 years the Ore family has witnessed a growth spurt both in their personal business and in the Erie wineries. When they started in 2004 there were just five winemakers in North East. There are now 11 wine makers in North East PA area. The Lake Erie Wine trail stretches
from Erie PA to Dunkirk NY and has 24 family wineries. Each winery has a unique story. The Penn Shore wines have transitioned from just four sweeter styled wines to now over 25 varieties with a range from the sweet Concord base to drier more complex reds and whites. In the beginning, Jeff nearly stopped producing the sweet wines but the original four wines have remained popular with their loyal customer base. Originally, the local grape farmers grew sweet Concord grapes for Welch’s, but the Welch Grape business changed and less Concord grapes were needed. To survive the grape farmer experimented and found the soil and climate conditions ideal for a greater variety of grapes. From what at one time was nearly 100% sweet Concord grape growers to the farms today which offer over 30 varieties of wine grapes. As the grape varieties expanded so did the North East wine businesses. The Penn Shore wines are 100% PA grapes with nearly all purchased from the immediate area farms. As their farms experiment with new variety and a stable supply becomes available the wineries add new vintages and PSV is no different. Lambruscano is the Penn Shore oldest wine and one of its best sellers. It is blend of the sweet Concord grape that our area was once best known for and, as Jeff says with a twinkle in his eye, a secret French grape. The wine starts out rather sweet, almost too sweet for me, but as it warms on your palate the flavors mellows and the finish made this a wine to look forward to having a full glass at home.
Bianca is a semi dry white wine, look for the nice citrusy nose and berry fruit flavor on the tongue. Their Burgundy is a hearty dry red, a little thin compared to some Burgundies but the strong aroma, and the nice grapey finish made this a good tasting glass. Penn Shore makes a nice assortment of dry Vintage (single grape variety) wines. Their Merlot is a very smooth very drinkable medium bodied dry red. The wine sets on the tongue and has that slight back bite I expect in a Merlot. Noiret is a dry red that starts with a peppery profile and finishes with an oaky flavor. This is a flavorful Noiret that will pair well with barbequed meats. Another dry red was the Cabernet Sauvignon which was mellow, fruity oak barrel aged wine. Baco Noir is a dry red French hybrid grape. The wine is oak aged which imparts an earthy flavor. Chancellor is another dry red made from French grapes without the oak aging the fruity flavor was light. As we said before we like trying various Reislings. Penn Shore’s Reflections of Lake Erie is had a slightly tart, great peachy nose and great flavor on the tongue. This was a very nice semi dry Reisling, definitely a bottle to take home. Seyval Blanc is dry, crisp white wine with slight citrusy finish. This wine would be great served chilled on a hot summery night. I enjoyed my visit with the Ore Family and their style of wine making. Some nice warm Saturday afternoon I recommend you visit Penn Shore Wine at 10225 East Lake Road North East PA. I think you will agree it was worth the short drive.
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By Linda K. Yates Artist & Gardener I’m trying to find ways to stretch out the best of this wonderful month of June. I’m so excited about everything to the point that I find it hard to decide what to do next and what to focus on. It’s literally hit or miss. If I don’t do things as I see them they won’t get done. I’ve been attempting to keep up with the weeding but I also have been trying to get the plants that I winter over in my sunroom back outside to use in the hanging moss porch planters and into the urns and other outdoor containers in various garden spots. I suppose I spend too much time trying to decide what combos to use or what goes where but I try to be creative about it and I am far too fussy for certain. I tell myself every spring that I have enough plants and I do try to reuse them as long as I possibly can but I cannot resist looking in every local greenhouse and nursery for something new and exciting and special. It takes time to get everything in it’s proper spot and I labor over the details. I’m close to having everything set at least in that category. The gardens on the other hand are always in a state of progression because like women’s work, they are never done. But what a great time of the year June is for all of this
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outdoor activity and splendor! I can’t get enough of it nor get over it. I am going to drag it out. I am not going to say ‘time is flying’. I am going to get up early and stay up late. I’m going to walk outside first thing in the morning barefooted and sneak in an after supper walk in the evening. There is so much to see it’s incredible! I am endlessly impressed by Mother Nature. I can’t begin to describe the beauty of the June gardens to give it the merit it deserves. It’s best to be seen in person. But here goes a quick overview of the grandeur. The fantastic Foxgloves are the highlight right now. It’s the flower that grows on me more every year. I love their height, colors, their easy care and I keep moving them into as many places as I possibly can. There is a major grove where they seem to prosper so I use that spot as the main Foxglove
nursery and move them out from there. They are fantastic against the edge of the woods but also are looking marvelous in a new spot this year. It makes gardening even more fun to have new surprises. They are really the charmers in a cottage setting. The peonies are fabulous this year also. They are nearing their peak performance now so I am inviting people over to see them as much as possible. I have the windows open tonight and can smell them now. It’s a very distinct and wonderful fragrance. The air has been so full of heavenly scents lately. The Dames rockets, Mock Orange shrubs, Beauty bushes, Locust trees, wild Roses and the freshly mown grass fill the air. I’m going to enjoy every minute of this month of June to savor into the rest of the year. It’s my favorite! I hope you are feeling it too. Cheers!
Best friends are such a treasure. We often treat them better than we do ourselves. We support, encourage, believe in and would do just about anything for our best friend. The question is, why do we sometimes treat ourselves with less respect and importance? Some of us were taught that taking care of their own needs first was rude and selfish. Others feared being perceived as self-absorbed or arrogant. These beliefs often came with a cost. We neglect, ignore and even minimize ourselves for the sake of others, including our own best friend. I work with many clients that seek attention, affection and love from someone else, including their best friend. It is a scientific and spiritual fact that what goes around comes around. To have a loving, respectful relationship with someone else, one needs to have the same relationship with themselves. Since you learned how to treat others better than yourself, the good news is that you can teach yourself how to reverse that false belief. It starts by making a commitment to treat
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Osteoporosis is a “hot” topic if you are a female over the age of 50. Osteoporosis is defined as a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue, typically as a result of hormonal changes, or a deficiency of calcium or vitamin D. The current medical tests compare your bone density to a 25 year old when bone loss occurs naturally as we age. Fosamax is a drug that is regularly prescribed for osteoporosis. This drug is a metabolic poison that kills osteoclasts which are cells that remove unhealthy bone from your body. It is well documented that Fosamax
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Rock and Row Fundraiser CHQ. Watershed Conservancy
Fundraiser Last Sun. at the Lawson Center on Chautauqua Lake
Pro-Am to Benefit CHQ Water Shed Conservancy June 26th @ CHQ Golf Club
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The event raised over $8,000 for the Rowing Association with 59 donated baskets/gift certificates for a raffle and 16 donated items for the Silent Auction. The money will go towards new equipment. The goal is to fund a new boat
The Chautauqua Golf Club announces that their 31st Annual Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, June 26th. The event will have an 11 :00 AM shotgun start and a two best ball format. All proceeds will benefit the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, as they continue their efforts to improve the health and vitality of Chautauqua Lake and its surrounding watershed. The “Score One for the Lake!” tournament welcomes both male and female amateurs playing Chautauqua Golf Club’s Lake Course. Each foursome will include a visiting PGA professional from the Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania areas, making for an exciting day of golf. Lunch will be served on the course, and the event will
conclude with an awards dinner at the club’s Double Eagle banquet facility. Various opportunities to sponsor the event are available and may be tax deductible. The event serves as a major fundraiser for the Conservancy, with proceeds from prior year tournaments supporting vital pollution prevention, watershed education and land conservation projects and programs. The conservation of wetlands at Whitney Bay and Whitney Point and facilitating lakeshore buffers and stream erosion control projects are examples of recent projects assisted by this tournament. Pro-Am Chairman Bill Locke stated, “The CWC Pro-Am tournament funds activities which address the root causes of the pollution that fuels plant and algae growth in our lake.
These activities include watershed conservation projects and conserving the important habitats that provide clean water to the streams and lakes of our Chautauqua region. The Conservancy works with landowners to enhance shoreline habitats, control soil erosion, re-establish healthy vegetated buffer strips along streams and reduce nutrients entering our waterways from lawn care and other related activities. Stopping these problems at their source is essential to a healthy lake. Maintaining a healthy, enjoyable lake is essential to our economy and benefits all area businesses and residents.” More information is available at the CWC’s web site at www. chautauquawatershed.org or by calling the CWC at 716664-2166 or the CGC at 716357-6211. Area businesses are especially encouraged to sponsor this event. Photo caption: The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy will be the beneficiary of the Chautauqua Golf Club’s 31st Annual PGA Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Pictured from left are event chairman Bill Locke, PGA Professional Troy Moss, CWC Board Director Dr. Jeanne Wiebenga and CWC Executive Director John Jablonski III. (Photo by Don Kimmel, CWC Treasurer & Pro-Am Committee member.)
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The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy recently held a grand opening for its 21-acre Chautauqua Creek Oxbow Forest Preserve on Lyons Road in the Town of Chautauqua. The opening included a spring wildflower walk, which was led by preserve steward Jay Stratton, JCC Biology Professor and CWC co-founder Becky Nystrom, and CWC Conservation Lands Manager Jonathan Townsend. The property was donated to the CWC by Jay Stratton in 2014, and many capital improvements followed, including the installation of a large rain garden, erosion controls, walking trails, bridge, preserve and trail signage,
and interpretive kiosk. The The improvements to the New York State Department preserve were supported of Conservation acquired a with funding from the New public fishing rights easement York State Conservation from the CWC on the part of Partnership Program and New Chautauqua Creek that flows York State’s Environmental through the preserve, opening Protection Fund. The up 2,200 feet of the creek NYSCPPP is administered for legal, publicly accessible by the Land Trust Alliance, trout fishing. The preserve in coordination with the State is open for public use year- Department of Environmental round from dawn until dusk. Conservation. Additional It is part of the CWC’s support was provided by Chautauqua Watersheds members of the Chautauqua Tributary Preserves & Watershed Conservancy, Wild Lands System, with the Northern Chautauqua the purposes of protecting Community Foundation, Holt drinking water supplies and Associates, NYSDEC Public conserving important fish Fishing Rights Program, Andy and wildlife habitats. This Johnson of EcoStrategies, Preserve System consists of and in-kind support from the 1,000 acres of land at 27 sites Town of Chautauqua and across the county. many volunteers.
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On Sunday, July 9, the Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends will sponsor their third annual “Authors Among Us” Book Fair. Writers who have published a work of literature and who are or have been affiliated with the Chautauqua Institution writers’ community can apply to have their work considered. Applications are due June 30th. More information and application forms can be found at http://ciweb.org/literary-arts/literary-arts-friends.
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Summer Triathlon Series First Event June 21 Starting at Cassadaga Beach
The Southern Tier Triathlon 400 yd swim, 13 mile bike Club will be holding it’s and 2 mile run. first race of the Summer Races are USAT Tri-Series in Cassadaga, sanctioned and will begin at NY on Wednesday, June 5:45pm, SHARP. Transition 21st, sponsored by the will open at 4pm. Start and Jamestown Cycle Shop. Finish will be on Park Ave, Any level athlete is invited at the Cassadaga Beach, one to participate. This sprint block from Route 60 off of triathlon will consist of a Maple Avenue.
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Hultquist Place Open House Assisted Living Program on Luthern Campus Event June 21
The Hultquist Place Assisted Living Program on the Lutheran campus is hosting a free open house on Wednesday, June 21, from 3-5:00 pm. Attendees will receive a personalized tour from staff that will include information regarding the benefits of living at Hultquist Place, admission requirements, and information to make a move to assisted living as easy as possible. Admission packets will be available. Reservations are appreciated but not required. For more information please call 716-720-9610. Visitors may enter the Lutheran campus via Aldren Avenue off of Falconer Street in Jamestown.
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14th Annual Chautauqua Writers Festival – June 15-18, 2017: Live and write alongside award-winning poets, fiction and non-fiction writers who share their insights in intensive workshops, readings, panel discussions and individual conferences designed to ensure personalized attention. Host: Chautauqua Institution. Cost: $485.00 *does not include accommodations or meals. Contact: 716-357-6250.
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• 800 Fairmount Avenue W.E. Jamestown, NY 14701 • 16 Main Street Bemus Point, NY 14712 Earl Johnson Broker/Owner 716-499-0288 Ginger Johnson 716-450-2110
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2714 Lakeshore Drive, Ashville Sunrise Cove Beautiful Lake Front! offers Panoramic views of Chautauqua Lake. Living room has wood burning stone hearth fireplace. MLS#1042643 $569,000
8412 Canterbury Drive Lovely Town home at Peak N Peak Resort ski on ski off. This property offers 4 bedrooms 4.5 bathrooms. Open ﬂoor plan has spacious kitchen with island and dining area. MLS#1042972 $399,900
4 bdrm/3 bath. Hardwood ﬂoors through out the open kitchen/dining room/living room ﬂoor plan. Cherry dream kitchen with pantry. Large Trex deck, approx 91 ft of lakefront. MLS#1043082 $724,000
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3 brdm/2bth, Condo situated in Chautauqua Lake Estates, Amenities inc., dockage, heated in ground pool, tennis courts, playground, and private balcony overlooking the lake & more. MLS#1042970 $184,900
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135ft Lakefront 3324 Highland Ave., Ashville Lake Front w/4 season guest cottage above garage! Eat in kitchen, living room w/ FP & a 4 season sun om. First ﬂr has two spacious bedrooms with 2 ﬂoor Master en-suite. MLS#1042933 $349,900
3314 Highland Ave., Ashville Pristine Lake Front! This year round cottage in Connelly park offers the quaintness of days go by with today’s amenities. Completely rebuilt in 2007. MLS#1042673 $349,000
18 Loomis bay Rd., Ashville 3 bedroom 2.5 baths with open ﬂr plan. Gas FP & sliders that lead to deck & private dock! Plenty of parking which inc. 3 car garage and out buildings for all your toys! MLS#1043211 $239,900
4 bdrm/2bth, 3040 Sq ft. Craftsman style home loaded w/character & charm. Large rooms, deck complete with HT. Walking distance to the Lake and Long Point State Park. Deeded Lake Rights! MLS#1041055 $299,000
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2 brdm/1 bth, Chautauqua Lakes prime property located on 135 Feet of lakefront. A detached garage with a bonus room for more sleeping or game room. MLS#1040137 $255,000
6391 Horseshoe Bend, Mayville 170 feet of Canal! This fantastic property has a lot to offer for year round enjoyment! With so much charm and quality built in mind. MLS#1043237 $249,900
3 bdrm/1 bath. Panoramic views! This cottage is located very close to Chautauqua Institution on a quiet Lakeside Community. Hard wd ﬂrs, modern kitchen, lots of Windows, dock inc. MLS#1042891 $334,000
3 bdrm/1bth, open kitchen/living rm with kitchen island. Sliding doors in living rm offer view of lake & access to lake side deck. Located on quite st. walking distance to Village Park in Greenhurst. MLS#1042225 $174,999
5 bdrm/2.5 bath in immaculate condition. Cherry kitchen with granite counter tops, lg living room with WB fireplace, attached 2.5 car garage and additional 36 x 50 garage with 16 ft ceilings MLS#1041881 $249,900
3 bdrm/1 bath. Well built older home with 2 car attached garage on 1.9 acres with WBFP, hardwood ﬂoors, and lg eat-in kitchen. 24x40 barn that could be used for boat storage. MLS#104204 $205,000
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3 bedroom 2 bath cottage in the Chautauqua Escapes lake community. The Camp offers dock space (for a fee)swimming pool, beach, tennis and basketball courts, petting zoo, fishing and a playground. MLS#1043104 $158,500
Lakefront home located on a quiet street in West Ellicot. This Chautauqua Lakefront home has been recently remodeled and features 4 bedroom, 2 bath rooms and beautiful lake views. MLS#1041261 $257,000
3 bedroom, 2 full bath home. Laundry room and full bath with an eat in kitchen, cozy living room and enclosed porch overlooking the Lake. Upstairs is full ba, master bdrm w/ walk in closet, & 2 other bdrms. MLS#1042167 $249,900
2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage! This cottage features a convenient floor plan. This cottage is in pristine condition and comes fully furnished. Own this charming cottage in Dewittville Bay. MLS#1042179 $249,900
415 East 4th, Jamestown Commercial: 5,760 sq ft MLS#1039128 Call James Johnson 716-664-1762
Fully furnished 3 bedroom, 1 bath year round home. This home offers an open floor plan downstairs that includes a modern kitchen, Living room with fireplace, dining area, and beautiful views of the lake. MLS#1042518 $199,000
Newly remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo. This ground level, end unit features new wood floors throughout, beautiful lake views from the deck and through out this condo and so much more. MLS#1041037 $84,900
34 East Main, Falconer Commercial: 3,401 sq ft MLS#1041795 $239,900 Call Dennis Morgan 716-499-7048
3328 Route 394, Stow Commercial: 5,942 sq ft, 2.2 acre lot MLS#1043132 Call Judy Kraft 716-665-7464
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Lakefront cottage needs a little TLC. This 2 bedroom, 2 full baths has had some upgrades that include: Vinyl siding,33 new replacement windows, new garage door and more. Enjoy beautiful views. MLS#1042683 $175,000
3 bedroom, 2 bath cottage with lake access and private dock. Newly remodeled home features a living room with brick FP w/ wood insert, kitchen w/ granite counter tops, new carpet through out & more. MLS#1043006 $84,500
5608 Summit Ave., Bemus Point Commercial: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths MLS#1042168 Call Sandra Rater 716-499-6685
215 Hall Ave., Jamestown Commercial: 4,134 sq ft MLS#1039858 $49,000 Call Roberta Thompson 716-664-1080
484 Fairmount Ave., Jamestown Commercial: 6,048 sq ft MLS#1042808 Call Heidi Brooks 716-969-4580
504 Fairmount Ave., Jamestown Commercial: 6,796 sq ft, 1.1 acre lot MLS#1042590 $149,6500 Call Anthony Benedetto 716-665-1033
2950 N Main St. Ext., Jamestown Commercial: 13,164 sq ft, 1 acre lot MLS#1039752 $225,000 Call Deborah Grzegorzewski 716-338-2892
Chautauqua Lake Estates
MLS# 1042321 4BR/3BA $1,300,000 Jane Grice, Associate Broker Cell: (716) 499-9552
MLS# 1042194 3BR/2.5BA $255,000 Debbie Rowe, Associate Broker Cell: (716) 640-6507
MLS# 1042218 4BR/3BA $369,000 Hanna Soffel Briggs, Salesperson Cell: (716) 450-4319
6238 Davis Rd., Mayville: Here is a rare opportunity to own and operate Camp Prendergast which offers the finest in family camping, close to Chautauqua Institution and the Lake. Relax on 13 country acres bordering one of the finest trout streams in the county. Camp features a 4 bedroom 3 bath single family home, 91 camp sites, 2 rustic cabins, water/sewer/electric hookups, bath & laundry house, swimming pool, playground and storage buildings.
5029 Miller Road, Ripley: Sprawling ranch on 95 acres w/ open fields and woods. Only 30 min.to shopping in Erie or Mayville, and 5 min. to I-90. Enjoy the spacious 34 Maple St., Bemus Point: Exquisite 4BR, 3BA home located in the Village rooms and fabulous views. The kitchen has red birch Candlelight Cabinets, solid surface counter tops and an oak wood floor. Entertain in the spacious living room and of Bemus Point. This home is perfect for entertaining! A large, open kitchen features a bedrock granite island custom cabinets & stainless steel appliances. game room. Down the hall is a master suite with two walk in closets, oak wood floors, There is also a custom black walnut dining table with built in seating. A first an attached bath and a jetted tub. Two more bedrooms and another full bath complete floor office could be a 5th bedroom. Features include hw floors, central AC, 2 nd this end of the house. The attached two and a half car garage has room for cars and floor master suite and separate back stairway & entrance to BR #4. Outside toys with an additional work room. Next to the house is a three car garage with a ceyou will find a large entertaining deck, a front porch surrounded by lush profes- ment floor, thermo-pane windows and electric. Another 24' x 36' building on the propersional landscaping, & an oversized heated garage w/ finished space. ty can be used for additional storage. Full dry basement has potential to be finished.
MLS# 1043087 4BR/2BA $159,900 Karen Goodell, Associate Broker Cell: (917) 670-1900 4201 W. Lake Rd., Mayville: Just over a mile from Chautauqua Institution and a nice walk to the public boat launch and water front area at Prendergast Point, is a delightful 4 BDRM, 2 BATH home on approximately 5 beautiful acres. The first floor is very open and bright with wood floors, beamed ceilings, a wall of windows next to the generous Dining area, a newly updated Kitchen with new easy to care for snap lock vinyl floors and a bedroom and full new bath. Upstairs are 3 more BDRMS and a new hallway, full bath. The home also has a new back deck which overlooks a pretty, treed yard and the additional acreage, a 3 car garage and shed.
MLS# 1040057 4BR/3.5BA $565,000 Jane Grice, Associate Broker Cell: (716) 499-9552
4391 Canterbury Dr., Mayville: Vacation Living Year Round in this fully furnished, lakefront home, just steps from Chautauqua Institution. Move right in and start enjoying 78ft. of private shoreline. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath lakefront home features wonderful lake views from all rooms. Lower level has an open floor plan and features beautiful wood floors, walls and ceiling beams. 2 master bedrooms with direct lake views can be found on upper level. 125 ft. of dock with a 12 x 20 ft. swim platform is included.
121 W. Terrace Ave., Lakewood: Completely renovated, immaculate 4bedroom Lakewood home with lake & dock rights. Not a detail was overlooked in the careful and extensive remodeling of this home. In 2016, new central A/C, new exterior paint, and new roof. There are new oak hardwood floors throughout. The kitchen features custom cabinets, granite countertops, a Subzero refrigerator, Viking range, Viking wine refrigerator, stainless steel dishwasher, a pantry & eat-in dining area. Master suite includes walk in closet, private balcony and bathroom with radiant heat, custom steam shower & spa tub. Schedule your private tour today to discover the incredible value of this home.
MLS# 1042310 2BR/2BA $399,950 Lynne Gruel, Salesperson Cell: (716) 720-1977
MLS# 1041830 3BR/2.5BA $147,000 Becky Colburn, Salesperson Cell: (716) 499-3054
5975 Crestwood Dr., Mayville: Beautiful CHQ Shoes Smart home just steps to the lake and the main gate. The home was completely renovated last year with Eco-Spray foam insulation, new plumbing & electric, windows & doors, a tank-less water heater, Trane XL-20 HVAC, recessed Lutron lighting, and Smart locks. The lake can be viewed from all rooms, including the open concept living areas and bedrooms. Both bathrooms have been upgraded with Hans Grohe Rain Showers, radiant heated floors and porcelain tiled showers. CHQ Shores common area is across the street, and provides docking and picnic areas.
15 Owana Way #5: PACKARD GARDEN COURT TOWNHOUSE! These popular Lakewood townhouses have a terrific location and are just steps from the lake, park & other village amenities. A slate entry leads to a large living room with a fireplace and sliders to the private patio. A dining room, updated kitchen and 1/2 bath complete the main level. Upstairs, there are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. There's also a full basement. The entire townhouse has been freshly painted and has new carpet. It's a gem for year round or seasonal living!
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MLS# 1042554 4BR/3BA $450,000 Hanna Soffel Briggs, Salesperson Cell: (716) 450-4319
This Chautauqua Lake rental condo is located just 1-mile from the Chautauqua Institution, on Route 394! RENTS YEAR ROUND! Terrific ground floor lakefront condo with 3 bedrooms/2 baths, central a/c, cable, WIFI, washer/dryer, deck/patio with a gas grill. Sleeps 6 max BD#1Queen with attached bath, BD#2-Queen, BD#3-2 Twins. HEATED swimming pool at the complex. No dock space included. This is a great home for your Chautauqua Lake rental.