There are 3 blog entries for September 2011.
Thursday, September 29th, 2011 at 3:39pm. 734 Views, 0 Comments.
Why go anywhere else?
With so much to see and do in the Chautauqua area in the Fall, no need to go anywhere else.
I have included a sampling below.
Taste the Harvest...
Bring home local produce from area farm stands and Farmers' Markets that stay open into October.
The Busti Cider Mill & Farm Market operates mid-September through November with group tours of the working cider mill.
Call for an appointment 716-487-0177 or 716-484-7300. Busti Cider Mill & Farm Market is located at 1135 Southwestern Drive, Jamestown.
Fall at the Peek...
Peek'n Peak Resort and Spa Fall Fest
- Celebrate the turning of the leaves at the 24th…
Monday, September 26th, 2011 at 10:31pm. 349 Views, 0 Comments.
Good morning. I hope you all had a great weekend.
As you are aware Jamestown is full of attractions and it never ceases to amaze me about how many people are here looking at our attractions. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, I am around the downtown doing various different things. There are many, many cars with out-of-state licenses on the street and they are waiting to visit the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center. This is all on a regular basis.
This last week we had our monthly business and celebrate Jamestown meeting. Journey Gunderson is the executive director of the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center and she gave a report on the attendance and participation at the Lucy's 100th Birthday Celebration and I thought many of you might find this pretty…
Sunday, September 4th, 2011 at 1:07pm. 595 Views, 0 Comments.
A "win-win" way to clean up Chautauqua Lake will be put in place next spring.
Chautauqua Lake Association officials had to dry-dock some equipment this summer that was previously used to clean the lake after state and county funding cuts. Although they were able to put loaned employees from Cummins, Inc. to work harvesting weeds, concerns remained about being able to work at previous levels in order to keep the lake and its shoreline clean.
A welfare-to-work program officials announced Friday is expected to help, however.
Sen. Catharine Young, Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, County Executive Greg Edwards and officials from the CLA said the proposal would not only help with lake upkeep but could also provide work experience to temporary…
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