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Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 12:52 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, accident, news, Java, Arcade, Varysburg, Strykersville.

Failure to stop at a stop sign resulted in an injury accident in Java late Wednesday morning.

Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies say, Ja-Ryan Marquis Steen, 24, of Arcade, was headed east on Beaver Meadow Road when he failed to stop at the stop sign at Route 98.

The investigation showed he left the east side of Route 98, which caused the tanker to enter a deep ravine and rollover onto the driver's side of the vehicle.

Steen was extricated by emergency personnel after a heavy wrecker tow truck moved the cab of the truck. He was taken to ECMC in Buffalo via Mercy Flight for treatment of chest and leg injuries.

Officials say Steen was driving a milk tanker truck and had just left a nearby farm on Beaver Meadow Road moments before the accident.

Assisting deputies at the scene included North Java, Strykersville and Varysburg fire departments, and the Wyoming County Hazmat team and Monroe medics.

The investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 3:10 pm
posted by Howard Owens in accident, North Java, Java, news.

A one-car accident is reported in the area of 1618 Perry Road, North Java, with a person still in the vehicle.

The patient is bleeding and is on blood thinners.

North Java is responding.

UPDATE 3:31 p.m.: North Java ambulance transporting the patient to WCCH.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 11:53 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Java, Perry, Arcade, Warsaw, Business.

Information sourced from a press release

The Arts Council for Wyoming County (ACWC) and the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism announce the fourth annual Wyoming County Women's Business Summit. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at Beaver Hollow Conference Center/Biggest Loser Resort Niagara, 1083 Pit Road, Java Center. The theme of this year’s summit is “Close to Home.”

The keynote speaker for the event is local business owner and entrepreneur Keirsten Schaffer. Participants will also attend several break-out sessions, a luncheon of locally sourced foods, and a panel discussion featuring Wyoming County business women.

"We are very pleased to co-host the fourth Women's Business Summit with the ACWC at Beaver Hollow,” said Wyoming County Chamber President Scott Gardner. "Our continued goal is to bring women business owners, professionals, and entrepreneurs, a unique opportunity to hear from dynamic presenters on a wide range of issues relevant to the personal and professional lives of Wyoming County’s professional women in business."

Shaffer, the owner of Lila Pilates in Perry, began her career in community and economic development in Livingston and Wyoming counties. In 2001, she co-founded the Perry Farmers’ Market. She also spent four years as a healthcare marketing consultant for the Wyoming County Community Health System.

In 2006, Shaffer was diagnosed with acute promyelocytic leukemia. Subsequently, she put her efforts on the study of bodywork, movement, and wellness. At the Summit, she will discuss her journey to wellness and how she found movement and massage therapy to be the key to her overall health. She says the therapy ultimately improves and enhances her work performance.

"Every year we incorporate the ACWC’s year-long theme into the Women’s Summit,” said ACWC Executive Director Jacqueline Hoyt. “I am eager to hear the different interpretations regarding ‘Close to Home’ within the context of our women owned businesses or women in the work place. I am especially eager to hear how our keynote speaker Keirsten Schaffer will weave her information about the human body into the theme.”

Other presenters include:

    • Negotiating Skills: Victoria Reynolds, deputy district director, U.S. Small Business Administration

    • Multi-Generational Workplaces – Finding the Strengths: JoBeth Rath, trainer/Goodwill Industries

    • Personal Branding: Kelly Tracy, recruiter, Pioneer/Navient

    • Social Media, Where do You Want to Be?: Jessica Seymour, partner MOTIV Digital Media 

 Panel discussion speakers include:

    • Sarah Keeler, owner/instructor – Genesee Dance Theatre, Perry

    • Lisa Seewaldt, owner – Ash-Lin’s Elegant Rose Florist and Gift Shop, Warsaw

    • Laura DeBadts, independent senior sales director – Mary Kay, Warsaw

    • Sarah Billings, owner / Lead Stylist – slb salon & boutique Inc., Perry

    • Sandra Pirdy, owner – Creekside Fabrics, and motivational speaker/ instructor, Arcade

 The daylong summit is co-sponsored by the Beaver Hollow Conference Center/Biggest Loser Resort Niagara, Women’s OB-GYN of Warsaw, and Silver Lake Brewing Project in Perry.

General admission is $80 per person; $70 for ACWC and Chamber members. Seating is limited.

For more information or to register email Kelly Ashcraft at kelly@wycochamber.org or call the Chamber office at (585) 786-0307.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 7:17 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Bliss, Java, Sheldon, Perry, Gainesville, Warsaw.

Rhiannon A. Wilson, 22, and a 17-year-old female, both of Bliss, were arrested Aug. 4 following a complaint of a female allegedly injecting drugs while seated inside a vehicle in the Tops Friendly Markets parking lot in the Town of Warsaw. Following an investigation, Wilson was charged with: criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, a Class B felony; tampering with physical evidence, a Class E felony; and criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument, a Class A misdemeanor. The 17-year-old was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, a Class B felony, and criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a Class B felony. Deputies say, Wilson, the driver of the vehicle, was in possession of two bags of heroin with intent to sell them, dumped heroin from two bags onto the ground when officers approached the vehicle and was in possession of two syringes used for injecting heroin. The teen, who was the front seat passenger, is accused of being in possession of 21 bags of heroin with intent to sell them, and selling two bags of heroin. Both women were arraigned in the Town of Warsaw Court and are due back in court Aug. 14. Wilson was put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond. The teen was also put in jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond. Members of the Wyoming County Drug Task Force responded to the scene of the original complaint and assisted deputies with the investigation.

Jon M. Pullman, 39, of Perry, was charged Aug. 3 with harassment in the second degree after allegedly threatening an employee at the Perry Public Library. He is also accused of making threatening comments of harming people. He was arraigned in Perry Village Court where an order of protection was issued barring Pullman from having any contact with the victim and the library. He is due in Perry Village Court at a later date.

Burke M. Hawkins, 53, of Perry, was charged Aug. 7 with petit larceny. Hawkins is accused of taking three 25-ounce cans of beer, totaling $4.65, from Crosby’s without paying for them. He is due in Perry Village Court Sept. 12.

Ashley N. Dumbleton, 22, of Gainesville, was charged Aug. 4 with arson in the fifth degree, criminal mischief in the third degree, grand larceny in the fourth degree, and making a false written statement. Dumbleton was arrested following a complaint of missing property in the Town of Gainesville. The victim reported more than $1,000 worth of property was missing on July 27 when she was escorted to Dumbleton’s home on that date to retrieve her goods. On July 31 the Sheriff’s Office investigated a complaint of burned remnants located at a home on Lamont Road in the Town of Gainesville. The victim’s name was allegedly found on some of the burned remnants. Dumbleton was arraigned in the Town of Warsaw Court where she was released to the pretrial supervision program. She is due in the Town of Gainesville Court Aug. 21.

Daniel LaClair, 29, of Clinton County, was charged Aug. 5 with driving while intoxicated as a misdemeanor, driving with a blood alcohol content at or above .08 percent as a misdemeanor, and following too closely. Deputies responded to Route 20A and French Road, Sheldon, for a two-car accident. According to the report, LaClair had been driving his pickup eastbound when the vehicle in front of him slowed to turn onto French Road and he is accused of rear-ending the vehicle. A subsequent breath test allegedly showed LaClair’s BAC at or above .08 percent. He is due in the Town of Sheldon Court Aug. 28. Varysburg Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Cindy Laurich, 55, of Java, was charged Aug. 3 with driving while impaired by drugs following an accident on Curries Road, Java. Deputies say Laurich had been driving a motorcycle northbound on Curriers Road and lost control of the bike while going around a curve. She was treated at the scene by Strykersville Ambulance for minor injuries. She allegedly failed roadside field sobriety tests and was arrested. A Wyoming County Drug Recognition Expert says Laurich was impaired by a drug following a drug influence evaluation. She is due in the Town of Java Court at a later date.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 1:54 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, news, crime, Java, Orangeville, Warsaw.
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      Jared T. Price

Jared T. Price, 21, of Java, has been charged with another felony stemming from a July 28 incident.

Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies say Price was being transported from the scene of a domestic incident in the Town of Java to the Warsaw Court. During transport, and while in the Town of Orangeville, he is accused of intentionally damaging electrical wiring located in the area of the rear seat of the deputy's patrol car which controlled the airbags. He is also accused of bending the rear seat in order to access the wiring.

The alleged tampering caused an excess of $3,000 in damages to the patrol vehicle.

He was arrested Aug. 4 and arraigned in the Town of Warsaw Court and jailed in lieu of an additional $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond.

He was put in Wyoming County Jail July 28 in lieu of $50,000 bail.

His earlier charges include:

    • July 18: Criminal contempt in the second degree for violating an order of protection. Bail was issued and posted;

    • July 20: Unlawfully growing cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana;

    • July 24: DWAI – drugs and related vehicle and traffic charges. Bail was again issued and posted; and

    • July 28: Resisting arrest, criminal mischief in the fourth degree, and attempted escape in the second degree.

He is due in the Town of Orangeville Court Aug. 16.

See related: Java man arrested four times in two weeks

Monday, July 31, 2017 at 12:29 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Java, Warsaw.
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     Jared T. Price

Since July 18 Jared T. Price has been arrested four times. This latest arrest stems from an alleged domestic incident in the Town of Java.

On July 18 an order of protection was issued against Price. According to police reports, four hours later, the Java man violated the order.

On July 28, he was again accused of being involved in a disturbance with the protected parties at a Welch Road address.

However, deputies say Price left the home prior to their arrival. A State Trooper found the 21-year-old several minutes later close by.

Following the investigation, he was charged with burglary in the second degree, criminal contempt in the second degree, and attempted petit larceny.

However, deputies say Price was not cooperative upon arrest and kicked out the rear door window of a patrol car in an attempt to flee.

Subsequently, he garnered additional charges of resisting arrest, criminal mischief in the fourth degree, and attempted escape in the second degree.

The suspect was arraigned in the Town of Warsaw Court and put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

Other charges in the last couple of weeks include:

    • July 18: Criminal contempt in the second degree for violating an order of protection. Bail was issued and posted;

    • July 20: Unlawfully growing cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana; and

    • July 24: DWAI – drugs and related vehicle and traffic charges. Bail was again issued and posted.

The arrest on the 24th stems from a traffic stop for which Price is accused of driving a vehicle with no doors, no front windshield, no license plates, and with an ax stuck in the roof of the car.

As of this post, Price has not posted bail for the latest arrest and charges.

See related: Java man arrested after allegedly driving a vehicle with no doors or front windshield

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 12:01 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Java, Wethersfield, Gainesville, Warsaw.

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Photo via the Wyoming County Sheriff's Department

On July 24 Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a vehicle traveling without license plates in the Town of Wethersfield.

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      Jared T. Price

When deputies arrived at the intersection of Youngers and Wethersfield roads they allegedly found the vehicle being driven by Jared T. Price, 21, of Java.

Deputies say they saw Price driving the vehicle, which in addition to having no license plates, had no windshield and no doors. Additionally, officials say an axe was stuck on the roof of the car.

During the stop, Price allegedly performed poorly on field sobriety testing and was subsequently arrested. He was then taken to the Sheriff’s Department and evaluated by a certified drug recognition expert, who determined him to be impaired by multiple different drug categories.

Price was charged with: DWAI – drugs; DWAI – combined influence of drugs; no license plates; unregistered motor vehicle; uninspected motor vehicle; operating a vehicle without insurance; no front windshield; and no safety glass.

He was arraigned in the Town of Gainesville Court where bail was set at $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.

For the above charges, he is due in the Town of Wethersfield Court Aug. 1.

Just six days prior, Price was arrested for allegedly violating an active order of protection. For this charge, he is due in the Town of Java Court Aug. 16.

See related: Law and Order: Java man arrested for violating protection order four hours after it was issued

Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 2:42 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Java, Cowelsville, Perry, Castile, Sheldon.

Jared T. Price, 21, of Java, was arrested July 18 following an alleged violation of an active order of protection. He is accused of violating the order four hours after it was issued. Price was arraigned in the Town of Arcade Court and put in Wyoming County Jail on $1,500 cash bail or $3,000 bond. He is due in the Town of Java Court Aug. 16.

Amanda R. Bzduch, 22, of Perry, was arrested June 30 and charged with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. She was ticketed and released and due in Portage Town Court at a later date.

Dylan J. Bordner, 23, of Cowlesville, was charged with uninspected motor vehicle, driving while ability impaired – drugs and unlawful possession of marijuana. He was arrested July 7 following a traffic stop on Route 77 in the Town of Sheldon. Deputies say Bordner was stopped for an inspection violation. Additionally, during the investigation, he was arrested for allegedly driving while ability impaired by drugs. He was taken to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office and evaluated by a drug recognition expert, who found him to be impaired. He is due in the Town of Sheldon Court at a later date.

An 18-year-old county man was charged July 15 with no stop lamps, inadequate exhaust, failure to keep right, underage possession of alcohol, and driving while ability impaired by drugs. The man was arrested on Swyers Road, Castile, following a traffic stop for multiple traffic violations. During the investigation, he was arrested for DWAI-drugs. He was taken to the Sheriff’s Office and evaluated by a drug recognition expert, who found him to be impaired and unsafe to drive. He is due in the Town of Castile Court at a later date. (Editor's note: This defendant's name and place of residence were not provided in the police report because of "possible youthful offender status." If they subsequently become available, we will include them.)

Friday, June 2, 2017 at 5:56 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, news, fire, Gainesville, Java, Varysburg, Strykersville, Attica.

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A fire on Devinney Road in Gainesville broke out early this afternoon, sending crews from Gainesville, Java and Varysburg fire departments to the scene.

Standing by at empty stations included Attica and Strykersville fire departments. Wyoming County Emergency Services assisted on scene.

There were no injuries reported at the time of this post.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 3:23 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Arcade, Perry, Java.

David A. McClurg, 49, of Perry, was charged May 27 with driving while intoxicated, driving with a BAC of .08 percent or higher, and failure to keep right. Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies say McClurg was stopped after he was seen making an unsafe turn into the oncoming lane, swerving off the right hand side of the road and then swerving back over the centerline on Suckerbrook Road. During the stop, he was given roadside sobriety testing, which he allegedly failed. He is due in the Town of Perry Court June 21.

Michael Goss, 51, of Arcade, was charged May 28 with felony driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana. Goss was stopped on Route 39, Sardinia, for allegedly speeding. New York State Troopers say an odor of alcohol was detected during the stop and Goss was asked to perform sobriety tests. He allegedly failed the tests and was arrested for DWI. Additionally, he is accused of possessing a small quantity of marijuana. He was taken to the trooper barracks in Holland where his breath sample allegedly showed a BAC of .11 percent. He is due June 13 in the Town of Sardinia Court. 

Stephen Trottier, 41, of Ontario, Canada, was charged May 27 with failure to yield the right of way at a stop sign, following a two-car accident on Route 78 and Youngers Road, Java. Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies say Trottier was traveling south on Youngers Road when he collided with a vehicle westbound on Route 78. There were three passengers that sustained non-life-threatening injuries. They were taken to ECMC and Women's & Children’s Hospital, both in Buffalo, via North Java, Bliss, and Medic 80 ambulances. Trottier is due in Java Town Court in July. Barbers Towing assisted in removing the vehicles from the scene.

Amanda M. Comstock, 27, of Perry, was charged May 19 with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree, unlicensed operator and speeding. She is due in Geneseo Village Court at a later date.

A 17-year-old Perry teen was charged May 28 with unlawful possession of marijuana following a complaint to the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office. The teen is accused of possessing a small quantity of marijuana. She is due in Batavia Town Court on June 26.

Monday, April 17, 2017 at 10:14 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Sheldon, Java.

Blake D. Cooper, 20, of Java, was charged April 11 with possession of a hypodermic instrument, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, and driving while ability impaired by drugs. Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Red Apple, Route 78, Strykersville, for a report of a male subject that was passed out in the driver’s seat of a car in the parking lot. Deputies say, when they arrived Cooper was responsive. Additionally, police say there were three hypodermic instruments (syringes) along with suspected heroin baggies on and around Cooper in plain view. Medics from Strykersville Ambulance, checked him out for health concerns, after which Cooper signed off on any further medical treatment. He was put through field sobriety testing and allegedly failed. The accused was then taken to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office, where he was evaluated by a Drug Recognition Expert, who allegedly found him to be under the influence of heroin. He is due in Sheldon Town Court May 22.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 1:48 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, fire, Sheldon, Strykersville, Arcade, Java.

A smoke detector alerted homeowners of a problem with the woodstove chimney around 8:21 p.m. Wednesday. 

Firefighters from Strykersville and Arcade fire departments responded to 5866 Michigan Road, Java, and found the chimney fire had extended into the wall surrounding the woodstove vent pipe. Standing by at empty fire stations were Sheldon and Yorkshire fire departments. Assisting at the scene was Wyoming County Emergency Management. 

Crews were on the scene for two hours and able to contain the fire to the wall around the chimney on the first and second floors of the home. 

Fire Chief in Charge was Strykersville Fire Chief Brian Ash.

The chimney fire caused approximately $15,000 in damages.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 2:49 pm

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The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office reports last week’s windstorm prompted approximately 700 calls to the 9-1-1 center between 11 a.m. to midnight March 8. In a span of three hours – from noon to 3 p.m. – dispatchers fielded 282 calls. 

The Communications Department maxed out its allowable staffing with three dispatchers on duty from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and four during the hours of 2:30 to 6 p.m.. By comparison, normal operations require just two, Sheriff Gregory Rudolph says.

With a mere six-second wait time on calls, dispatchers prioritized and coordinated the response of law enforcement, fire and highway departments, and multiple utility companies.

“Professional dispatching, strong teamwork from the public and private sectors, and the skilled volunteerism from the fire, EMS, and Red Cross communities, provided the finest in public safety amid the commotion of this daylong incident and its aftermath,” Rudolph said.

Rudolph reports the most severe damage was seen in the towns of Attica, Bennington, Covington, Java, Orangeville, Sheldon, and Wethersfield, and the Village of Attica. Some businesses and residents in those areas were without power until Monday. At the peak of the storm, more than 8,000 customers were without power in the county. 

While no injuries were reported related to the storm, four tractor-trailers blew over from the force of the wind, along with countless trees and approximately 50 utility poles throughout the county.

Law enforcement fielded 95 calls, with deputies responding to 52 calls for service and the village departments handling 43. The Attica Fire Department covered 12 of the 37 calls that came into the county’s fire departments. Additionally, Varysburg Fire Department was the site of the emergency shelter put in place from the evening of March 9 through the morning of March 11.

Members of the Bennington and Cowlesville fire companies, and the Pavilion Fire Department opened and manned their halls for afternoon and evening hours to use as warming shelters throughout the ordeal.

Finally, the county and town highway departments spent countless hours cutting and clearing tree debris from obstructed roadways.

Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 6:43 am

High winds yesterday left thousands of residents without power. While power was restored to many customers, power companies report 6,350 residents are still without power as of 6:15 a.m..

RG&E customers without power: 

    • Arcade – 25 

    • Eagle – 27

NYSEG customers without power:

    • Bennington – 1,526

    • Castile – 10

    • Gainesville – 46

    • Java – 1,199

    • Middlebury – 29

    • Sheldon – 1,341

    • Warsaw – 1

National Grid customers without power:

    • Eagle, Bliss, Java, Gainesville area – approximately 589

    • Varysburg, Warsaw, Attica area – approximately – 1,557.

Power companies have been working through the night to restore electricity to county homes and continue this morning.

Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:44 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 20, 2017 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
 
Celebrate President's Day at Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center, from 10 a.m. to noon, Feb. 20, with our 26th president (also known as naturalist Mark Carra) and learn more about his great love for nature. He was a naturalist from early childhood and carried it through to the presidency.
Pre-registration is required. Cost: $5 non-members, $3 members.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:41 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 18, 2017 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Join Naturalist Tom Kerr and the Junior Audubon Club for its monthly birding adventure for kids 8 to 14 years old from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 18 at Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center. 
This month we’ll use empty Gatorade bottles to build a backyard birdfeeder. 
After our birdfeeders are finished, we’ll take a short walk around the Nature Center to visit with some of the birds that might use our recycled birdfeeders.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:36 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 18, 2017 - 10:00am to 11:30am
 
"Chickadee wears a wee black cap. Jay is loud and bold. Nuthatch perches upside-down. Finch is clothed in gold."
Join local author Amy Ludwig VanDerwater at Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Feb. 18 for a reading of her book. "Every Day Birds" helps children identify and learn about common birds.
Afterward, take a short hike to look for birds, complete a craft and have a snack.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:27 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 17, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
 
Days are struggling to get longer in February and the wild weather we’ve had these past few years begs the question – what will we see?  Dress for the weather and explore parts of Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Feb. 17.
Hot cocoa will be served afterwards.  Pre-registration is required. Donations accepted.  
 
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:24 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 11, 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
 
Choose your favorite person to take a leisurely snowshoe walk with under the light of the full snow moon at Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11.
If no snow, we will just be hiking under the moon.  Join staff members for hot cocoa and decorate cookies afterwards in the Nature Center.
Pre-registration is required. Sturdy winter boots are recommended. Cost is $7. The walk is geared to those 14 years old and older.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 4:16 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Beaver Meadow, Java.
Event Date and Time: 
February 9, 2017 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Join Naturalist Tom Kerr from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 11 at Beaver Meadow, 1610 Welch Road, Java Center, for a birdfeeder demonstration and learn about the common birds that frequent our backyards.
 
All participants will receive a coupon good for 30 percent off a birdfeeder or bag of birdseed in the Beaver Meadow Gift Shop.
Pre-registration required. Cost: $5.

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