Music In The Park Set For Today
SOUTH DAYTON –Music in the Park at the Gazebo will take place today from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. by Keepin’ It Country featuring Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee, Jack Ellis. Along with the music, starting at 7 p.m. is ‘Arts in the Park’ with Peg VanWormer and Sue Bradigan offering the craft ‘Water color made easy.’ There is no cost for adults and children, no registration, just fun. The craft table will be set up next to the Depot. This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Re-grant program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes. Bring some lawn chairs, refreshments available and enjoy the music and have fun making a craft.
Call For Catt. County Fair Entries
The Cattaraugus County Fair is looking entries. The Cattaraugus County Fair has posted its Domestics and Animal Entry Guide at cattarauguscofair.com. To enter, visit the website and look for guidelines under fair entries. Contests include, but not limited to: livestock, rabbit/poultry, all breeds horse show, needlework, vegetables, farm products, quilting, art and photography. Entry is free for all ages. Entry forms are due to the fair office by July 13. Forms can be emailed, postmarked or dropped at the Fair Office (Corporate Building).
Sheriff’s Office Warns Of Scam
The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public of a recent texting scam. “We have reports of persons getting random texts from a local bank asking them to click on a web link, similar to a link sent when you change your account status,” the department said. “If a person clicks in this web link, it will take them to a fictitious banking website. Its believed from this site, if a person continues to answer questions and enter their information it would lead to a scam. The Sheriff’s Office reminds people to very cautious when responding to any text messages or phone calls requesting personal information. Always know who you are talking to and only give sensitive information to those entrusted with that information while they are in person with you.”
Session Begins Nest Week
LEON — The Leon Historical Society is hosting a Country Western Jam Session at the 1832 Church at the four corners in Leon on the last Sunday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. The scheduled dates are: July 31, Aug. 28, Sept. 25 and Oct. 30. Visitors are welcome to listen or sing along. For more information, call 716-296-5709
Summer Worship Schedule
The First Lutheran Church announced its summer worship schedule. Beginning July 3, the contemporary worship will take place at 9 a.m. in the Worship Center in the lower level of the church. The service is led by the Sacred Fire Praise Team led by Kim King, worship leader and coordinator of contemporary worship. The traditional worship service will take place in the church nave at 10:30 a.m. with soloists and Brian A. Bogey, minister of music and organist, leading the worship. Marika Koch, soprano soloist, will sing ‘An American Medley’ by Oscar Leonard. Bogey’s organ prelude will be a ‘Prelude on Ellacombe’ and the organ postlude will be ‘Fantasia on America the Beautiful.’ Pastor Daniel Rumfelt will preach at both services where Holy Communion will be observed. The public is welcome to attend.