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Registration For Late Starting Classes Open

Registration is under way for late starting spring semester courses at Jamestown Community College’s locations in Jamestown, Dunkirk, Olean and Warren. Depending on the site, courses in art, biology, business, criminal justice, computer science, education, humanities, human services, music, physical education, psychology, sociology, Spanish and welding are available. Additional course information, including details on prerequisites and fees, are available at sunyjcc.edu/academics.

Tournament Date Moved To Feb. 9

The Relief Zone fundraising committee is moving its annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament to Sunday, Feb. 9, with brackets starting at noon. For more information, call Richal Hair at 485-6352 or email whair@stny.rr.com or email A’Lynn Conlan at aconlan95@gmail.com. Online registration is available at thereliefzone.org. To learn more about TRZ’s programming, visit thereliefzone.org.

Fenton Closed For Repairs

The Fenton History Center museum will be closed for repairs and the removal of the holiday exhibit through Feb. 2. The center will reopen at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3. The Hall House Research Center will remain open during regular hours.

‘Take Your Child To The Library Day’ Is Saturday

SINCLAIRVILLE — The Sinclairville Free Library, 15 Main St., Sinclairville, will celebrate “Take Your Child to the Library Day” on Saturday, Feb. 1. The library will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with special crafts and stories to highlight the important role a library can play in a child’s life. A special Valentine card-making class for all ages will be led by volunteer Nancy Schofield from 10 a.m. to noon. Children under the age of 8 need to be accompanied by a caregiver. Call 962-5885 for additional information and visit the library’s website at sinclairvillelibrary.org for a calendar listing the library’s regular programs and upcoming events. The library will be closed on Feb. 17 in recognition of President’s Day.

Informative Seminar For Caregivers Set

WESTFIELD — The Center for Elder Law and Justice and Chautauqua Opportunities Inc.’s Alzheimer’s Services will host an informational seminar on Elder Law for Caregivers from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Patterson Library in Westfield. During the seminar, caregivers can learn about health care advocacy, power of attorneys, health care proxies, elder abuse prevention, income maintenance, and identity theft and scam prevention. Light refreshments will be made available, and free respite care is available upon request. Reservations are requested by calling the Patterson Library at 326-2154 or Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. at 366-3335, ext 1236. The program is supported in part by the state Department of Health

School Board To Hold Meeting

Southwestern Central School Board will hold a work session meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the elementary school Maker Space. The meeting is open to the public.

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