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Go Take A Hike

August 23, 2011 LITTLE VALLEY — The Pat McGee Trail may have drawn walkers, bicyclists and others to trek its more than 12 miles, but it is also a path its founders hope will draw the community together. more »»

Remembering The Rails

August 16, 2011 SALAMANCA — A time of ‘‘bowler hats and bustle dresses’’ can be remembered when one visits the Salamanca Rail Museum. more »»

History In The Making

August 9, 2011 MAYVILLE — What could be the single largest history celebration to ever take place in Chautauqua County will happen Saturday and Sunday in Mayville. more »»

Chance To Win

August 2, 2011 The Drama Enrichment Program will present ‘‘Pops and Broadway’’ at the Reg Lenna Civic Center on Saturday, Aug. 13. As part of the show, a lucky ticket-buyer will win the vacation of a lifetime. more »»

Housed By Art

July 26, 2011 The Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History is a destination for quality nature-education programs, wildlife art, photography exhibits and much more. more »»

Lineup Of Laughs

July 19, 2011 Partnering with San Francisco-based company Rooftop Comedy, the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center is presenting a festival of national comedic talent in honor of Ball’s 100th birthda. more »»

Helping Kids

July 12, 2011 When kids stay busy and productive, they stay out of trouble — and they do good things for their community. Gib Taylor, owner of Mojo’s Music Bar, firmly believes that. more »»

Cowboy Up

July 5, 2011 SINCLAIRVILLE — Though Bill Frost stopped doing regular Wild West shows at his Old West Town at the close of the 2010 season, he wasn’t ready to hang his hat up forever quite yet. more »»

‘That’s The Way’

June 28, 2011 ELLICOTTVILLE — The Fourth of July holiday provides a number of choices for places to go and things to experiences. more »»

Fresh And Local

June 21, 2011 The summer season has officially arrived, and local farmers markets are in full swing. more »»

Mutt Struts

June 14, 2011 Just as people like to socialize, dogs like to socialize too. more »»

Calling All Birders

June 7, 2011 By The Post-Journal Staff On Friday and Saturday, the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History in Jamestown will host the third annual Roger Tory Peterson Birding Festival. more »»

Student Showcase

May 31, 2011 Much has changed about Infinity Visual and Performing Arts in the past year. more »»

Celebrating Dylan

May 24, 2011 Since its inception, public radio station WRFA-LP has become a beacon for local music and intellectual programming in the Jamestown community. more »»

Crafty Weekend

May 17, 2011 LAKEWOOD — With the coming of spring comes the chance to enjoy weekends sipping beers and enjoy barbecue outdoors with friends. more »»

Mega Geocaching

May 10, 2011 Within the next two months, several thousand people from around the country and world will be coming to the local region to enjoy what it has to offer. more »»

The Adoption Option

May 3, 2011 FALCONER — Area residents may find some bargains at Gold Star Treasures on Saturday, and they may just find a new best friend as well. more »»

Elvis Returns

April 26, 2011 In May 2009, Elvis came to the Crown Theater in Jamestown — and Saturday night, he’s coming back. more »»

Safe Searching

April 19, 2011 ASHVILLE — Children will scrounging all over a village Saturday afternoon in search of hundreds of eggs, but safety will be on the forefront of everyone’s mind. more »»

Take Flight

April 12, 2011 With the coming of spring comes the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the intrinsic beauties of nature. more »»

 
 

 

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