Park To Host Dog Days Event
On Saturday, July 27, from 2-4:30 p.m. Allegany State Park will host its second annual Dog Days of Summer event at the Red House Picnic Area. The event includes agility courses, paw painting and other dog-friendly events. Any pet on a maximum of a six-foot leash, with proof of vaccination and who is friendly to both people and other animals, is more than welcome. Additionally, as the event is a park-run function, unruly animals may be asked to leave. The event is co-hosted with EARS, a local pet adoption agency. For more information or to volunteer, contact the Environmental Education/Recreation Department at 354-9101, ext. 231, or email AlleganySP@parks.ny.gov.
Hall House Open For Research
Beginning now, the Hall House will be open from 4-8 p.m. for research on Monday evenings. The Hall House is free to members of the Fenton and $10 for the public. The current plan is to do this until the end of October.
DMV To Host Child Seat Check
The state Department of Motor Vehicles and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee will host a free child seat inspection from noon-4 p.m. July 22 at 200 Harrison St., Jamestown. The safety seat events aim to ensure parents and caregivers understand how to choose an appropriate seat for the child’s age and size and how to install the seat correctly. Trained technicians will use the model of “Learn, Practice, and Explain” to educate caregivers on how to select a child restraint that will fit their child, fit their vehicle and be used correctly every time. For more information, call Gwen Cooper at 585-593-5223, ext. 1017.
Citizens Group Meets Thursday
CASSADAGA — The Citizens for a Better Cassadaga will meet on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Cassadaga Library. Update on the Dale Drive walking path and upcoming events will be discussed. All area residents are welcome to attend.
Historical Society Meets July 18
MAYVILLE — “A Love Triangle and a Train Wreck,” presented by Chautauqua County Historian Michelle Henry, will be the program for the Thursday, July 18, meeting of the Chautauqua Town Historical Society at 7 p.m. at the town building, 2 Academy St., Mayville. Henry will unravel the tale of a Prospect Station resident and her two men, which gave rise to the name Fish-Barnes Road. The story of these three county residents will offer a fuller understanding of road naming and a unique slant on family construction in 19th century Chautauqua County. The Chautauqua Town Historical Society meets regularly on the third Thursday of the month, from April through October, at 7:00 PM at the Town Building in Mayville. The public is welcome to join.
Support Group Meets In Celoron
CELORON — The Breast Cancer Support Group of Jamestown will meet Wednesday at the Celoron Legion on Jackson Avenue. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. and the meeting will start at 7 p.m. with speaker June Dietrick, a breast cancer survivor and just recent retired from the Community Foundation, as the operating officer. Guests are welcome to attend.