FREDONIA – The 1891 Fredonia Opera House Performing Arts Center will live stream a performance with local favorites, Chautauqua Brass, on Friday, Mar. 26, at 7:30pm. “We’re so excited to be hosting performances on our stage once again, even if it is to an empty theatre,” notes Opera House Executive Director Rick Davis. “Thanks to a generous grant from the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, we were able to purchase the equipment and technology to enable us to live stream concerts and events from inside the theatre, as they are happening, to viewers… Read More
Self-quarantine if you have been exposed (MAYVILLE, NY)– Chautauqua County is seeing more cases of COVID-19 than ever before. People are sick, and our health care system and public health workers are overwhelmed. You can help by following all of the recommended safety guidelines to reduce the spread of the disease in our community. The power lies in all of our hands. By now, you know the importance of masking, physical distancing and hand-washing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These are simple but effective actions that help protect you and others…. Read More
This extension of The Canvas Project will create a lasting, unique piece of art for years to come (LAKEWOOD, NY)– Chautauqua Mall is working with a local artist to add color, texture and vibrancy to an outdoor space for the community to enjoy as part of The Canvas Project. Chautauqua Mall has selected Gary Peters Jr. for this installation. Gary is a talented local artist that has completed several well-known works of art in the area including the Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz paintings in downtown Jamestown. Gary will be working alongside… Read More
(MAYVILLE, NY) – The Chautauqua County Shared Services Initiative Panel will be holding a meeting on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 1 p.m. via Zoom. Individuals wishing to view or listen to the meeting may join by calling 646-558-8656, Webinar ID: 941 5406 1470 or using the following Zoom link:https://zoom.us/j/94154061470 . Anyone seeking further information may call Executive Assistant Daniel Heitzenrater in the Chautauqua County Executive’s Office at 716-753-4672.
MAYVILLE, N.Y.: — The Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services has seen a recent increase in potential rabies exposure to county residents and visitors. Rabies is communicable to humans and almost always leads to death without prompt treatment. Exposure must be avoided. Rabies is a disease of warm-blooded animals caused by a virus. Raccoons, bats, skunks and foxes are the common disease carriers. The virus is transmitted to humans and other animals such as cats and dogs through saliva from an infected animal. It can enter the body from a… Read More