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(NOW (MON) THROUGH  DECEMBER 27TH)
THE BATAVIA SOCIETY OF ARTISTS IS HAVING THEIR 2017 WINTER ART SHOW AT THE RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY IN THE GALLERY ROOM IN BATAVIA FROM OPENING RECEPTION IS FREE ON THURSDAY DEC. 7TH FROM 6:30PM TO 8PM.  PUBLIC IS WELCOME

(BY WED DECEMBER 13TH)
HOLIDAY COOKIE SALE IS MONDAY DECEMBER 18TH FROM 4-7PM AT TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH AT 62 WEST BUFFALO ST. IN WARSAW. PRE-ORDERS ONLY OF ASSORTED COOKIE TRAYS OF 4 DOZEN OR CHRISTMAS CUT-OUTS OF 3 1/2 DOZEN FOR $30 A TRAY. PREORDERS WILL BE TAKEN FRIDAY AT THE NORTH MAIN FIVE STAR BRANCH ON FRIDAY FROM 10AM UNTIL 5PM. OR YOU CAN ORDER BY CALLING 535-7975

(CURRENTLY)
THE NEW YORK STATE PARK POLICE WILL BE HOLDING TWO SNOWMOBILE SAFETY CERTIFICATION COURSES FOR YOUTH: ON DECEMBER 9TH AT HAMLIN BEACH STATE PARK AND DECEMBER 16TH AT THE HUMPHREY NATURE CENTER AT LETCHWORTH STATE PARK.  BOTH COURSES WILL RUN FROM 8 AM UNTIL 4 PM.  LUNCH IS PROVIDED AT EACH COURSE. THESE COURSES TARGET YOUTH FROM THE AGES OF 10 THROUGH 18.  THIS AGE GROUP IS REQUIRED BY NEW YORK STATE LAW TO HAVE A SNOWMOBILE SAFETY CERTIFICATE TO BE ABLE TO OPERATE A SNOWMOBILE ALONE ANYWHERE OTHER THAN ON FAMILY OWNED OR LEASED LAND. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  CALL THE NEW YORK STATE PARK POLICE AT 585 658-4692 TO SECURE YOUR SPOT.  SPACE IS LIMITED.

(TIX AVAILABLE NOW)
THE 16TH ANNUAL CELEBRATE AGRICULTURE DINNER WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2018 AT 6 PM AT THE ALEXANDER FIRE HALL.  THIS ANNUAL EVENT IS A CELEBRATION OF GENESEE COUNTY’S NUMBER ONE INDUSTRY – AGRICULTURE.  THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT IS A DELICIOUS MEAL USING LOCALLY PRODUCED FOODS PREPARED BY PENNA’S CATERING.  TICKETS GO ON SALE (FRIDAY/NOW) AT THE GENESEE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 8276 PARK ROAD, BATAVIA.  TICKETS ARE $30 EACH OR A TABLE OF 10 CAN BE PURCHASED FOR $275.  TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.

(THROUGH DECEMBER)
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING FUN AND DIFFERENT TO DO WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY? UNLOCK THE MYSTERY OF ALEXANDER CHAPEL ESCAPE ROOM, PRESENTED BY VALLEY CHAPEL WARSAW. FUN FOR ALL AGES 8 AND UP, CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULT.TEAMS OF 4-8 HAVE ONE HOUR TO COMPLETE THE PUZZLES AND SOLVE THE MYSTERY. $15 PER PERSON. TO RESERVE YOUR TIME, CALL OR TEXT 716-359-1225.ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE COSTA RICA AND HAITI MISSIONS OF VALLEY CHAPEL.

 

(WED DEC 6TH)
FIRST WEDNESDAYS CONCERT SERIES AT SILVER LAKE BREWING PROJECT PRESENTS DIRTY BLANKET. DOORS AT 6:00 P.M.; SHOW 7-9 P.M. T 14 BORDEN AVENUE, PERRY. $20 TICKET INCLUDES FREE GIFT; TICKETS FOR SALE AT THE BREWERY OR ON EVENTBRITE. SHOW IS 21+

(WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6)
THE ADULT BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP WILL MEET AT RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY, 19 ROSS STREET, BATAVIA AT 8:00 A.M. TO DISCUSS “BORN A CRIME” BY TREVOR NOAH.  COPIES OF THE BOOK ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FRONT DESK. COFFEE AND TEA SERVED. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE LIBRARY AT 343-9550

(WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2017)
THE HISTORY CLUB AT GENESEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HISTORICAL HORIZONS LECTURE SERIES WITH ORLEANS COUNTY HISTORIAN MATT BALLARD AND “FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN: CREATING THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT IN 19TH CENTURY AMERICA.” AT 7 P.M. ON THE BATAVIA CAMPUS IN ROOM T102

(THURS DEC 7TH)
THE WARSAW GARDEN CLUB WILL CONDUCT ITS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SALE FROM 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. AT FIVE STAR BANK ON 55 NORTH MAIN ST. IT WILL INCLUDE DECORATED WREATHS ALONG WITH TRADITIONAL AND ONE-OF-A-KIND CENTERPIECES. PROCEEDS WILL HELP BEAUTIFY DOWNTOWN.

(THURS. DEC. 7TH)
WARSAW MOOSE LODGE SPAGHETTI DINNER at 5:30PM WITH SOUP, SALAD, BREAD, DESSERT AND COFFEE AT 13 FRANK ST.

(THURSDAY DECEMBER 7TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC NIGHT AT 6PM. OORS OPEN AT 5:30 PM FOR PERFORMER SIGN-UP, AND PERFORMANCES RUN UNTIL AROUND 10 PM.  THE PERFECT BLEND COFFEEHOUSE & EATERY WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 8 PM DURING THE SHOW AND WILL DELIVER YOUR FOOD ORDERS UP TO THE OPERA HOUSE. FREE ADMISSION

(THUR-SUN DEC7-10)
SUNY GENESEO’S DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND DANCE STUDIES PROUDLY PRESENTS THE GENESEO DANCE ENSEMBLE IN 49.5 LIVE: DANCING TOWARDS FIFTY, FEATURING WORKS BY STUDENT CHOREOGRAPHERS THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AT 7:30 PM, AND SUNDAY AT 2:00 PM A WILLIAM A. BRODIE HALL.  TICKETS ARE $10.00 AND AVAILABLE AT THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION TICKET OFFICE OR AT BBO.GENESEO.EDU.

(THURSDAY DECEMBER 7TH)
THE MEETING OF THE CASTILE HISTORICAL SOCIETY WILL BE HELD AT THE CASTILE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST AT 6:00PM. BRING A DISH TO PASS AND YOUR OWN TABLE SERVICE–ALL ARE WELCOME. IT’S ALSO THE ANNUAL ANNUAL “SHOW AND TELL”. COME WITH AN ITEM OR A STORY THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE. OR JUST COME AND ENJOY THE SHARING.

(THURSDAY DECEMBER 7TH)
WARSAW CHAMBERS MOONLIGHT MAGIC EVENT.  THAT DAY, MERCHANTS WILL OFFER ONE DAY ONLY DEALS AND THE STREETS WILL BE ALIVE WITH EVENTS LIKE: HAY RIDES, MAKE AND TAKE ORNAMENTS, PICTURES WITH SANTA, CAROLERS, AND THE LIGHTING OF THE MONUMENT FOR CHRISTMAS.  CHECK OUT THE GREATER WARSAW CHAMBER FACEBOOK PAGE OR WEBSITE AT WARSAWCHAMBER.COM FOR MORE DETAILS.

(THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7)
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS MOONLIGHT MAGIC STORYTIME WITH THE GRINCH AT 6:30PM

(THURS DECEMBER 7TH)
BRING THE FAMILY TO MOONLIGHT MAGIC IN THE VILLAGE OF WARSAW FROM 4-8PM. SPEND THE EVENING WITH SANTA AND MRS. CLAUS WHILE VISITING BUSINESSES IN DOWNTOWN WARSAW ALL DECKED OUT FOR THE HOLIDAYS. THERE’S ALSO A CHILI CONTEST, HOLIDAY CHARACTERS THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGE, HAY WAGON RIDES AND MORE. GET MORE DETAILS BY VISITING GO WYOMING COUNTY N-Y DOT COM.

(FRIDAY DEC 8TH)
2ND ANNUAL HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW FROM 9AM-3:30PM IN THE SNF LOBBY AT WCCHS, 400 N. MAIN ST., WARSAW, BENEFITTING THE ADULT DAY HEALTHCARE AND THE SNF ACTIVITIES APARTMENT. BASKET RAFFLES AND & BAKE SALE. COST TO RESERVE A TABLE IS $20 PLUS A DONATION TO THE BASKET RAFFLE. CALL 786-8940, EXT 7943

(SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9)
THERE WILL BE A LIVE NATIVITY AT 7PM IN THE BARN LOCATED AT 4202 RT 39 , CASTILE,NY , ON THE CORNER OF EAST LAKE RD AND RT 39. COOKIES, COFFEE, AND COCOA WILL BE SERVED FOLLOWING.
FOR INFO, CALL 237-5578.

(SAT DEC 9TH)
DOUBLE HEADER OF LOCAL MUSIC AT SILVER LAKE BREWING PROJECT  – ERNIE LAWRENCE & BEN HARAVITCH, FROM BROTHERS BLUE – 14 BORDEN AVENUE, PERRY. NO COVER, 21+ SHOW

(SATURDAY DECEMBER 9TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS CHRISTMAS CANTATA AT 7PM THEY WILL HOST THE INTER- COMMUNITY CHOIR AND THEIR CHRISTMAS CANTATA.  ADMISSION IS BY DONATION.

(SATURDAY DECEMBER 9TH)
ELBA SCOUTS HOLIDAY CRAFT AND VENDOR SHOW AT ELBA CENTRAL SCHOOL FROM 10:00AM-4:00PM. 50/50 RAFFLE WITH HALF DONATED TO THE BRAYDEN SALVATERRA MEMORIAL FUND. RAFFLE BASKETS, GRAND DOOR PRIZE & 75+ VENDORS, MR. AND MRS. CLAUS FROM 1:00PM-3:00PM, SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PHOTOGRAPH AND FINGERPRINT FOR KIDS FROM 11:00AM-1:00PM. SNACK BAR RUN BY THE BOY SCOUTS FEATURING THEIR ALMOST FAMOUS FRENCH ONION SOUP AND MORE

(SAT., DECEMBER 9TH)
CASTILE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 4 WASHINGTON STREET HAS THEIR YOUTH GROUP TREE DECORATING PARTY IN THE SANCTUARY FROM  – 3:30 – 5:30 PM. FOLLOWED BY A PIZZA PARTY

(SAT DECEMBER 9TH)
THE DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW 5K RUN, WALK AND FAMILY FUN RUN IS BEING HELD IN THE VILLAGE OF WARSAW. REGISTRATION STARTS AT 7AM, WITH THE RACE STARTING AT 10. GET MORE DETAILS AT GO WYOMING COUNTY N-Y DOT COM.

(SAT, DEC 9TH)
ATTICA WINTERFEST FROM 10AM – 4PM. ENJOY HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE RIDES IN THE VILLAGE ALL DAY, WITH A PARADE AT 4:30 AND A TREE LIGHTING AFTER THE PARADE IN FRONT OF FIVE STAR BANK. MANY BUSINESSES WILL BE OFFERING GREAT SPECIALS, PERFECT FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING!

(SATURDAY DECEMBER 9TH)
WIN A $25 GIFT CARD BY FINDING THE GOLDEN TICKETS HIDDEN AT PARTICIPATING LIVINGSTON COUNTY BUSINESSES. FOR MORE INFO, GO TO LIVINGSTONCOUNTYCHAMBER.COM.

(SUN DEC 10TH)
HOLIDAY SINGALONG AT THE SILVER LAKE BREWING PROJECT WITH FOLK O’ THE ROAD SUPPORTING WYOMING COUNTY BICENTENNIAL SINGERS FROM 1-3 P.M. AT14 BORDEN AVENUE, PERRY.

(SUNDAY DECEMBER 10TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS ONESONG COUNTRY CHRISTMAS AT 2PM. RON & NANCY ONESONG IN CONCERT PERFORMING SEASONAL FAVORITES AND VINTAGE COUNTRY CLASSICS. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT PALMEROPERAHOUSE.COM, OR AT THE PERFECT BLEND COFFEE SHOP IN CUBA. $12 PRESALE/ $15 DOOR

(SUNDAY DEC 10TH)
WARSAW MASONIC LODGE BREAKFAST FROM 8AM-NOON AT 75 S MAIN ST.WITH SANTA & GIFTS FOR KIDS UNTIL GONE. ADULTS $8, CHILDREN $5. EGGS, PANCKES, FRENCH TOAST, SAUSAGE GRAVY, BACON, HOME FRIES, TOAST & BEVERAGES.

(SUNDAY DECEMBER 10)
SECOND SUNDAY AT GO ART!, 201 E. MAIN ST. BATAVIA FROM 12-2 PM. THERE’S A MEXICAN CHRISTMAS FARE DEMO BY LEONEL ROSARIO OF MARIACHI DE ORO, OF MEDINA. DEMO FEATURING THE MAKING OF TRADITIONAL MEXICAN CHRISTMAS FARE WITH A CHANCE TO TRY YOUR HAND ON TECHNIQUE AND TASTING SAMPLES OF TAMALES, BEVERAGES AND MORE. LIMITED SPACE: RSVP BY DECEMBER 8, CALL 343-9313. FEE: $5.00

(TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12)
TOTAL SENIOR CARE WILL ONCE AGAIN BE HOSTING AN EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND CAREGIVING PRESENTATION AT TOTAL SENIOR CARE IN OLEAN FROM 5:00 – 6:30 PM. PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN SIMPLE EXPRESSIVE ARTS TECHNIQUES THAT THEY CAN USE AT HOME. THE PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY A GRANT FROM THE NYS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION. FOR MORE INFO CALL 866-939-8613

(TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12)
MEMORY TREE OF LIFE CELEBRATION FROM 4PM TO 5PM AT THE WYOMING COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER, 143 NORTH MAIN STREET IN WARSAW. THERE WILL BE A SPEAKER AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. SPONSORED BY THE WYOMING COUNTY SUICIDE PREVENTION COALITION AND SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER OF NEW YORK STATE.

(TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12)
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY OPEN MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AT 6PM

(TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12)
WARSAW’S WRITE CONNECTION AT 6:45PM AT WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY. THIS WRITING GROUP CONSISTS OF NEW AND PUBLISHED WRITERS WHO CAN ALL LEARN FROM EACH OTHER. NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT WENDY AT 786-5290

(WED DEC 13TH)
IT’S A  RURAL ARTS CENTER OPENING: ART OF COMPOSITION: WORKS BY SANDRA TYLER AND MARGARET VAN ARSDALE, AT 5PM 21-23 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PERRY.

(WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13)
RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY, 19 ROSS ST., BATAVIA HAS A WRITERS’ GROUP MEETING ON AT 6:30 PM FOR ADULTS INTERESTED IN MEETING OTHER WRITERS, PRACTICING THEIR WRITING, GAINING NEW IDEAS, AND SHARING THEIR WRITING WITH OTHERS. THE GROUP MEETS THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH. CALL THE LIBRARY AT 343-9550 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

(THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14)
JUST SAY YES TO FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CLASS, TAUGHT BY A FOODLINK NUTRITIONIST,  WILL BE HELD AT 11:00 AM AT BRICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 6 CHURCH STREET, PERRY.

(THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 )
RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY, 19 ROSS ST., BATAVIA WILL HOST CHARLES DICKENS PRESENTS “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” A SOLO PERFORMANCE STARRING MIKE RANDALL AT 7PM. WKBW-TV’S CHIEF METEOROLOGIST WILL PERFORM A LIVE, SOLO PERFORMANCE OF THE CLASSIC DICKENS STORY ACTING OUT MORE THAN 25 CHARACTERS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE LIBRARY AT (585) 343-9550

(THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14)
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS STORIES GALORIOUS: AN OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS AT 6PM. MOTHER-DAUGHTER PROFESSIONAL STORYTELLING DUO, REBECCA AND RACHEL OSHLAG FROM BATAVIA JOIN US FOR AN ADULT EVENING OF CLASSIC STORIES ABOUT YULETIDE BRINGING WARMTH AND LAUGHTER TO DECEMBER. THIS PROGRAM IS FOR ADULTS. SIT BACK; ENJOY A CUP OF TEA AND DESSERT WHILE BEING ENTERTAINED!

(FRIDAY DECEMBER 15TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS PEARL CITY JAZZ AT 7PM. THEY’RE A 17 PIECE BIG BAND WITH MEMBERS FROM THE JAMESTOWN NY. AND WARREN PA. AREA. DANCE ARTS OLEAN WILL BE OFFERING BASIC EAST COAST SWING DANCE LESSONS FROM 6:30 – 7:30 PM PRIOR TO THE EVENT. ADULT BEVERAGES AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE. ADMISSION BY DONATION.

(FRI DEC 15-SUN DEC 17)
SHAKE ON THE LAKE BRINGS “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” TO PERRY MAIN STREET’S FIRST PERFORMING ARTS SPACE – THEATRE@37, 37 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PERRY. FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM; SATURDAY AT 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM; SUNDAY AT 2:00 PM. TICKETS $15/PER PERSON; $70 FOR GROUPS OF 5; 12/21 IS A PAY AS YOU GO SHOW. AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AND ONLINE AT EVENTBRITE. FOR INFO, GO TO SHAKEONTHELAKE.ORG

(SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16 )
CROSSROADS HOUSE, 11 LIBERTY STREET, BATAVIA HAS A CHRISTMAS HALF PRICE SALE FROM 10AM – 2PM . BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, VINTAGE GLASSWARE AND LOTS OF GIFT IDEAS STILL REMAIN. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT CROSSROADS HOUSE.

(SATURDAY DECEMBER 16TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS ENCHANTE CABARET AS THEY PRESENT A CHRISTMAS COMEDY- “ALL SHE WANTS FOR CHRISTMAS” TICKETS ARE $14 PRESALE, AND $17 AT THE DOOR.  TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE, AT THE PERFECT BLEND IN CUBA, OR BY CALLING (585) 209-5512.

( SAT., DEC. 16)
“12TH ANNUAL HOMEMADE CHRISTMAS COOKIE SALE FROM 10 AM TO NOON AT BRICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER MAIN AND CHURCH STREETS, PERRY.  CHOOSE YOUR OWN COOKIES, FILL A BOX, PAY BY THE POUND.  ALL COOKIES HOMEMADE BY WOMEN OF THE CHURCH.  COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION.”

(SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16)
RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY, 19 ROSS ST., BATAVIA WILL HOST “LESTER HOLIDAY REVELS” AT 2PM. COME LISTEN TO A CELTIC HOLIDAY REVEL WITH THE HUSBAND AND WIFE DUO, HOWARD AND MARY LESTER, WHO HAVE BEEN PERFORMING TOGETHER SINCE 1988

(SUNDAY DEC 17)
ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST FROM 8-10AM AT MASONIC HALL ON MAIN ST. IN PIKE. $8 FOR ADULTS, $4 FOR KIDS.

(SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17TH)
CHARLOTTE HOUSE COMFORT CARE IS PRESENTING, “VIGNETTES OF THE NUTCRACKER’ PERFORMED BY THE NEW YORK STATE BALLET AT 2:00 AT THE ARCADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. TICKETS ARE $20 FOR ADULTS, $10 FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12, AND FREE TO KIDS UNDER 5. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE OF THE AGING IN WARSAW, THE FIT STOP AND AMERICAN LEGION POST IN STRYKERSVILLE, SOUL TO SOLE AND GRACE WORSHIP ARTS IN ARCADE, THE JAVA COUNTRY STORE AND HOFFMAN’S CENTRAL HOUSE IN NORTH JAVA, OR YOU CAN GET THEM ON LINE AT WWW.CHARLOTTEHOUSE.ORG.  ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT CHARLOTTE HOUSE COMFORT CARE.

(SUN DEC 17)
A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF THE CHRISTMAS STORY WITH MUSIC AND SCRIPTURE @ 4:00 P.M. AT ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH, WARSAW, NY FEATURING THE YOUTH FROM THE FORMING DISCIPLES PROGRAM AND ST. MICHAEL’S MUSIC GROUP. JOIN THEM AFTERWARDS FOR REFRESHMENTS AND FELLOWSHIP IN THE PARISH HALL.

(SUNDAY DECEMBER 17TH)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS THE 3RD ANNUAL FRIENDS & FAMILY CHRISTMAS SHOW AT 4PM WITH THE OLEAN BARBERSHOP CHORUS. ADMISSION BY DONATION

(SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17TH)
CASTILE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 4 WASHINGTON STREET HAS THEIR CHRISTMAS PAGEANT & LIVING NATIVITY, “COWBOY CHRISTMAS” FOLLOWED BY CHRISTMAS CAROLING IN FRONT OF THEIR LIVING NATIVITY IN FRONT OF THE CHURCH. A “BIRTHDAY PARTY” FOR JESUS SPONSORED BY THE BD. OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION WILL FOLLOW IN THE EMBLING DINING ROOM WITH PIZZA & HOT COCOA FOR ALL.

(MONDAY DECEMBER 18TH)
THE GENESEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HISTORY CLUB PRESENTS CHARLES DICKENS, PLAYED BY WKBW-TV’S METEOROLOGIST MIKE RANDALL IN “A CHRISTMAS CAROL.” ALL ARE INVITED TO THE COLLEGE’S BATAVIA CAMPUS AT 7 P.M. IN ROOM T102 OF THE CONABLE TECHNOLOGY BUILDING. TICKETS FOR THE ARE $15 IN ADVANCE OR $20 AT THE DOOR. ADVANCED TICKET PURCHASES ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED AS SEATING IS LIMITED. CALL 343-0055 EXT. 6288

(TUES DEC 19)
THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE- NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE WILL HOLD THE ANNUAL NRCS LOCAL WORK GROUP MEETING FOR ERIE AND WYOMING COUNTIES FROM 10AM-NOON AT THE EAST AURORA USDA SERVICE CENTER AT 50 COMMERCE WAY. THESE MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

(TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19)
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS READERS’ CIRCLE ADULT BOOK DISCUSSION AT 6:30PM. JOIN THEM AT THE READERS’ CIRCLE FOR A DISCUSSION OF, “LAST NIGHT AT THE LOBSTER” BY STEWART O’NAN.

(THU, DEC 21)
RECEPTION FOR MEMBERS’ CHALLENGE SHOW “JUXTAPOSE” FROM 6:00PM – 8:00PM AT GO ART! 201 E. MAIN STREET, BATAVIA

(THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21)
THE GENESEE CHORALE ENSEMBLE, A SELECT GROUP OF 20 SINGERS, WILL PERFORM AT ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1 EAST MAIN ST., LEROY AT 7:00 PM.  THE GROUP, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF RIC JONES, WILL PERFOM SACRED AND SECULAR MUSIC OF THE SEASON.  THE EVENING WILL ALSO INCLUDE A VOCAL QUARTET OF KIM AND TOM COX, JIM ELLISON AND PAT FUSSELL.  THE CONCERT IS THE FINAL EVENT CELEBRATING ST. MARK’S 200TH ANNIVERSARY.  THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT A FREE WILL OFFERING WILL BE TAKEN.  REFRESHMENTS FOLLOWING.  ALL WELCOME.

(THURS DEC 21-SAT DEC 23RD)
SHAKE ON THE LAKE BRINGS “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” TO PERRY MAIN STREET’S FIRST PERFORMING ARTS SPACE – THEATRE@37, 37 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PERRY. THURSDAY AT 7:00 PM; FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM; SATURDAY AT 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM. TICKETS $15/PER PERSON; $70 FOR GROUPS OF 5; 12/21 IS A PAY AS YOU GO SHOW. AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AND ONLINE AT EVENTBRITE. FOR INFO, GO TO SHAKEONTHELAKE.ORG

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24TH)
CASTILE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 4 WASHINGTON STREET HAS THEIR SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS AT 10:00 AM. PRESENTED BY THE COMBINED CHOIRS OF THE CASTILE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST AND ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN SILVER SPRINGS. THERE’S ALSO AT ‘CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT SERVICE AT 7PM

(WED DEC 27TH)
VALLEY CHAPEL BREAD OF LIFE COMMUNITY DINNER FROM 5-7PM AT 3415 ROUTE 19S IN WARSAW. FAMILIES ARE INVITED TO JOIN THEM FOR A FREE DINNER.

(SUNDAY DECEMBER 31ST)
PALMER OPERA HOUSE, 12 W MAIN ST, CUBA PRESENTS THE NOT NORMAN NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA AT 7PM. MUSIC, DANCING, LIGHT REFRESHMENTS, NOISEMAKERS & HATS, AND OF COURSE A BALL DROP.  THERE WILL ALSO BE A CASH BAR WITH BEER AND WINE.  TICKETS ARE $20 PER PERSON, AND ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT PALMEROPERAHOUSE.COM, LOCALLY AT THE PERFECT BLEND, THE CUBA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AND IN OLEAN AT BEAT CITY MUSIC.  CALL 209-5512 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

(SUN. JAN.7TH)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT ATTICA MASONIC LODGE, 39 MAIN STREET, ATTICA, FROM 8AM TO 11AM. PANCAKES AND FRENCH TOAST WITH REAL MAPLE SYRUP, EGGS, POTATOES, SAUSAGE, JUICE, COFFEE AND MILK ALL YOU CAN EAT, DINE IN OR TAKE OUTS ARE AVAILABLE.

(TUESDAY, JANUARY 16)
HAVING TROUBLE PAYING YOUR STUDENT LOANS? SCOTT AHRENS, STUDENT PROTECTION PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE NYS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES WILL PRESENT A ONE-HOUR WORKSHOP AT WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 6:30PM WHICH INCLUDES A PRESENTATION, Q & A SESSION AND HELPFUL BROCHURES AND TAKEAWAYS ON REPAYMENT PLANS LOAN CONSOLIDATION & FORGIVENESS AND MUCH MORE. CALL 786-5650 TO REGISTER.

(SATURDAY JAN 27TH)
NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION BANQUET AT ALEXANDER FIRE HALL. TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW & NEED TO BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE FOR HEAD COUNT FOR THE CATERING. CONTACT MARC KERN AT 815-9549 OR PURCHASE ONLINE AT NWTF.ORG.

(SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3)
MARY IMMACULATE PARISH 2ND ANNUAL WINTER ESCAPE FUNDRAISER AT 5865 ELLICOTT STREET ROAD, EAST BETHANY.  TICKETS ARE $20.00.  THE EVENING WILL START WITH TURKEY DINNER CATERED BY THE FARMER’S WIFE AT 5:30PM, FOLLOWED BY LIVE MUSIC FROM RED CREEK BAND AT 6:30.  GIFT BASKET RAFFLE AND LOTTERY BASKET.  TICKETS ARE LIMITED SO BE SURE TO GET YOURS EARLY.  YOU CAN ORDER TICKETS BY CONTACTING THE MARY IMMACULATE PARISH OFFICE ON TUESDAYS OR THURSDAYS BETWEEN 9:00–1:00.

(SUN. FEB. 4TH)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT ATTICA MASONIC LODGE, 39 MAIN STREET, ATTICA, FROM 8AM TO 11AM. IT’S SUPER BOWL SUNDAY –WEAR YOUR FAVORITE FOOTBALL TEAM JERSEY! PANCAKES AND FRENCH TOAST WITH REAL MAPLE SYRUP, EGGS, POTATOES, SAUSAGE, JUICE, COFFEE AND MILK ALL YOU CAN EAT, DINE IN OR TAKE OUTS ARE AVAILABLE.

(SUN. MARCH 4TH)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT ATTICA MASONIC LODGE, 39 MAIN STREET, ATTICA, FROM 8AM TO 11AM. PANCAKES AND FRENCH TOAST WITH REAL MAPLE SYRUP, EGGS, POTATOES, SAUSAGE, JUICE, COFFEE AND MILK ALL YOU CAN EAT, DINE IN OR TAKE OUTS ARE AVAILABLE.

(SUN. APRIL 1)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT ATTICA MASONIC LODGE, 39 MAIN STREET, ATTICA, FROM 8AM TO 11AM. PANCAKES AND FRENCH TOAST WITH REAL MAPLE SYRUP, EGGS, POTATOES, SAUSAGE, JUICE, COFFEE AND MILK ALL YOU CAN EAT, DINE IN OR TAKE OUTS ARE AVAILABLE.TREAT YOUR FAVORITE APRIL FOOL TO BREAKFAST!