events

Friday, August 18, 2017 at 12:08 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, Food.

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Generally speaking, when people think of the fair, the food is typically the first thing that comes to mind. 

As the 2017 Wyoming County Fair in Pike winds down, food vendors continue to be at the ready to serve fair favorites as well as new treats.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 2:06 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, racing, Sports.

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Information from a press release, photo by Rob Micoli:

Wyoming County International Speedway will honor Jim Pierce with the naming of the Oct. 14 Shootout at the Bullring SST (super short track) 100 to the Jim Pierce Memorial SST 100. Pierce, 47, a racer who competed at WCIS, passed away suddenly Aug. 5.

In his #26 SST Modified, Pierce captured multiple feature wins at the Speedway as well as a 2007 SST Modified Championship. He also took home feature wins at Lancaster National, Holland, and Lake Erie speedways and competed at other local tracks throughout Western New York. Additionally, Pierce was his son’s crew chief when he, Jim Pierce Jr., raced his 4-cylinder at WCIS to multiple wins and a second place points finish in the 2016 season.

“We are truly honored to be able to show tribute to not only a fellow racer but a friend by running the Shootout SST 100 as the Jim Pierce Memorial,” said racetrack owner Jim Majchrzak. “Jim was a respected competitor at WCIS who was not only a great racer but one of the ‘good guys’ in racing.' ”

A “Lucky 15” Lap Money program for the drivers will be taking place for the Jim Pierce Memorial SST 100. Laps are a minimum of $26 per lap in honor of Pierce’s racing number and are now available for purchase. Specialty awards such as Hard Charger, Hard Luck, and more are available for sponsorship as well. 

In addition to the lap money, a custom trophy is being designed by Dennis Murphy and RNE Precision. Additional bonuses for participating drivers are also in development, track officials say.

The Shootout at the Bullring, slated for Oct. 14 and 15, will feature some of the best racers from the East Coast, all vying for the checkered flag. Saturday’s events will feature the Jim Pierce Memorial SST 100, NYSS 51 Championship, 6-cylinders, 4-cylinders, and Vintage Late Models. Sunday’s events will feature the American Racer 100 for tour-type Modifieds, WCIS Super Stocks, Legends, and C.A.M.S. Mods.  

All of the lap money raised will go toward the drivers participating in the memorial race. To purchase a lap, please contact Lori Overdorf at LOverdorf@hotmail.com or (716) 207-2824.

For a full schedule of events visit www.thebullringwcis.com.

Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1:31 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Warsaw.
Event Date and Time: 
August 20, 2017 - 10:00am

Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church is celebrating 20 years of ministry at its current location at 3415 Route 19 in Warsaw.

Events begin at 10 a.m. Aug. 20 with refreshments, followed by a worship service with guest speaker Doug Newton. At noon there will be a picnic lunch, a bounce house for kids, as well as other entertainment.

Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1:29 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Warsaw.

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Photo from Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church website

Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church is celebrating 20 years of ministry at its current location at 3415 Route 19 in Warsaw.

Events begin at 10 a.m. Aug. 20 with refreshments, followed by a worship service with guest speaker Doug Newton. At noon there will be a picnic lunch, a bounce house for kids, as well as other entertainment.

Newton is a co-founder of the National Prayer Ministry of the FMC-USA and former senior pastor of Greenville (Ill.) Free Methodist Church. Additionally, he served as editor of Light & Life magazine for 15 years, which won the Evangelical Press Association’s “Award of Excellence” for denominational magazines in 2000 and 2002.

Valley Chapel’s roots in Warsaw began on Center Street in the Village. In 1997 its new building was erected, and dedicated in August of the same year.

The church hosts programs such as Master’s Hands, Foodlink, Bread of Life Community Dinner, Caring Hands & Hearts, and many other programs to serve the community.

For more information about the church visit www.valleychapel.org

Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 9:33 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Letchworth State Park, Castile.
Event Date and Time: 
August 27, 2017 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

On Aug. 25 through 27 the Genesee Region of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will be hosting the Stone Tool Craftsman Show at Letchworth State Park.

The show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Highbanks Recreation Area near the Mt. Morris Entrance to the park.

Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 9:31 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Letchworth State Park, Castile.
Event Date and Time: 
August 26, 2017 - 10:00am to 5:00pm

On Aug. 25 through 27 the Genesee Region of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will be hosting the Stone Tool Craftsman Show at Letchworth State Park.

The show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Highbanks Recreation Area near the Mt. Morris Entrance to the park.

Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 9:30 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Letchworth State Park, Castile.
Event Date and Time: 
August 25, 2017 - 10:00am to 5:00pm

On Aug. 25 through 27 the Genesee Region of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will be hosting the Stone Tool Craftsman Show at Letchworth State Park.

The show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Highbanks Recreation Area near the Mt. Morris Entrance to the park.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 5:40 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Varysburg.
Event Date and Time: 
September 10, 2017 - 10:00am

Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, Royce Road, Varysburg, is hosting First Responders Appreciation Days at the park Sept. 8 through 10.

All first responders (police, fire, emergency medicine) are invited to take a Wild Safari Tour for $16 with ID/badge.

For more information visit http://hiddenvalleyadventure.com/banquets/ or call (585) 535-4100

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 5:38 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Varysburg.
Event Date and Time: 
September 9, 2017 - 10:00am

Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, Royce Road, Varysburg, is hosting First Responders Appreciation Days at the park Sept. 8 through 10.

All first responders (police, fire, emergency medicine) are invited to take a Wild Safari Tour for $16 with ID/badge.

For more information visit http://hiddenvalleyadventure.com/banquets/ or call (585) 535-4100

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 5:37 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Varysburg.
Event Date and Time: 
September 8, 2017 - 10:00am

Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, Royce Road, Varysburg, is hosting First Responders Appreciation Days at the park Sept. 8 through 10.

All first responders (police, fire, emergency medicine) are invited to take a Wild Safari Tour for $16 with ID/badge.

For more information visit http://hiddenvalleyadventure.com/banquets/ or call (585) 535-4100

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 3:42 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, firefighters.

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A couple hundred firefighters from 38 fire departments from Wyoming and surrounding counties, of which 19 hail from Wyoming County, showed off their finest at the annual Fireman's Parade Tuesday night at the Pike Fair. 

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 2:57 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Pike Fair, Pike, Wyoming County Fair.

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A throng of spectators lined Main and Water streets Monday night for the Wyoming County Fair Grand Parade. 

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Monday, August 14, 2017 at 5:10 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, arts, ACWC, announcements.

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Information sourced from a press release, photo submitted

The Arts Council for Wyoming County (ACWC) is hosting a homecoming of its 2017 poet-in-residence, writer and poet Luke Daly. The poet-in-residence program includes readings, workshops, writing of new works, and a poem trail to debut next April.

Daly is deeply rooted in Wyoming County, having grown up in the Silver Lake area and graduating from Perry High School.

The 2017 ACWC theme, “Close to Home” inspired Pilar McKay, associate director of the organization, to reach out to Daly, as they both attended Perry Central School together before they went into the arts.

“Writing helps to clarify thoughts, work through emotions positive and negative, and writing connects us through the sharing of stories,” McKay said. “In order to cultivate literary skills in our area, I thought bringing Luke back home would be a great opportunity for us to learn from someone from here.”

After High School, Daly went to college at SUNY Fredonia for both English and Psychology and received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Minnesota State University at Mankato. While at Minnesota State, he studied Creative Writing and Poetry.

In addition to being a published writer, he teaches at Daemon College, SUNY Fredonia, and has been an artist-teacher at the Just Buffalo Literary Center.

This four-part program will include readings of Daly’s work, hosting workshops, commissioning Daly to write poetry inspired by Wyoming County, and creating a place-based poem trail that will publish a poem on landscapes.

Daly, along with the ACWC, is also looking for artists interested in collaborating in creating large outdoor art works that incorporate a word or phrase from one of the Wyoming County inspired poems. Additionally, they are also looking for places throughout the county to host these pieces of art – about a dozen in all – for the poem trail, which launches in April for National Poetry Month.

Scheduled workshops include:

    • Aug. 21: Expression 101 at the Warsaw Public Library from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.;

    • Aug. 23: Botanical Rhythms at Creekside Fabrics, Quilts, and Yarns, Main Street, Arcade from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.;

    • Aug. 26: Atomic Metaphors at ACWC, Main Street, Perry, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.; and

    • Aug. 26 with “Wyoming County: Works in Progress,” including works inspired by people and places in the county, at the ACWC from 7 to 8 p.m.

This event is funded in part by Poets & Writers with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Monday, August 14, 2017 at 11:40 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, Pike Fair, agriculture, events.

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It was a pleasant start to the Wyoming County Fair this weekend.

Before getting ready for the Grand Parade at 7 p.m. check out the midway, vendors and animal displays.

For more information and a listing of events visit http://www.wyomingcountyfair.org/

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Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 12:27 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, arts.

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Tommy Tinker was a scoundrel. He hadn’t started out that way but fast-paced city living changed the small-town country boy and he died a scoundrel.

Or so they thought.

This is the opening of the musical performance of “A Tinker’s Tale” during the second annual Silver Lake Experience in Perry.

Written by local authors Jim and Jeanne Morey, the story is based loosely on the life of Robert LeRoy Ripley. The musical was produced by Josh Rice and directed by Chad Bradford, both founding members of the theater company Shake on the Lake in Perry.

“We were looking for a place to stay in March to get away from the snowflakes,” Jim said. “We went to a few places in Florida and Georgia and we ended up in St. Augustine (Fla.) and went to a Ripley’s Believe it or Not museum. When we came out of there we thought what a quirky, interesting guy he was and wondered why no one had written a musical based on his life. He had such an interesting life and so we said, ‘All right. Let’s do it.’ “

That was about seven years ago.

However, after learning that it would cost a couple of million to buy the rights from the Ripley estate, “A Tinker’s Tale” was born.

Jim and Jeanne are no strangers to the theater. Jim, a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Modern Drama, had been in the advertising business, writing and producing commercial music for radio and television. One such jingle was even written for Batavia Downs “years and years ago.”

Jeanne was in theater in high school and college and after she had retired, decided to try out for a role in Genesee Community College’s production of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”

“I got the role of Nurse Ratched and I had the time of my life,” Jeanne said.

Her role in the production put her in contact with Maryanne Arena, a Theater professor at the college. In turn, she had asked if she would be interested in reading the play and working with them to refine the work. The couple worked with both Arena and Rice. After looking over their notes, Rice had asked the Moreys if they could put together an hour-long production of the play.

“I think one of the exciting things is having half the cast being professionals,” Jeanne said. “Because when Jim and I were writing -- this is a full-length play -- he said we didn’t have enough jokes, but because I have done theater work, I told him we needed to depend on the actors to bring themselves into the part and see what they do with it.

“That was the fun part, to see the life they breathed into them.”

Tommy Tinker, a cartoonist from a small town in Ohio, made his way to New York City. As the story unfolds, Tinker finds himself developing and growing in his career and he decides he wants to do something different with his life so he creates Tink’s Incredible Kingdom – a show of misfits and incredible oddities. Over time, he gets sort of cocky and begins to exploit the people who are making him successful.

His montage of misfits got tired of being exploited and band together to go against him. However, on the way to start a career in television Tinker has a “heart attack” in his car and “dies.”

Thursday’s performance featured just 16 of the 36 songs in the musical. Jim was even able to work with the composer he had worked with in the ’60s and ‘70s. Although they had worked on the play sporadically for the past seven years, they completed composing and recording all 36 songs in one year.

“We needed a composer and I wanted to work with the guy I had in the past,” Jim said. “He is living in South Carolina so it was all done long distance.”

“It was interesting to see the progression of the characters,” Jeanne said. “What an empty spot we will have because where the characters were just figments of our imagination in our head, they are now flesh and blood before us and now they are gone. Seeing it live brings a reality to it.”

In the end, the play is about a boy who rides a wave of good, to exploiting the people who have helped him along the way, to his untimely “demise.” Those who he’s exploited end up missing him and become relieved when they find out he isn’t dead.

“The boy makes good but leaves some corpses along the way,” Jim said. “In the end, it’s about reconciliation.”

And the underlying theme is about diversity – accepting people for who they are, Jeanne says.

However, the production in Silver Lake was just a sampling of the play. A full performance is anticipated at GCC next April, tying it into the college’s 50th anniversary.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 5:32 pm

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In September a fundraising committee was formed. By March they had raised close to $63,000. And in May, the Stevens Memorial Library in Attica was awarded $303,233 in funding for construction projects and upgrades to the building.

With construction looming on the horizon, Library Director Nancy Burns, members of the fundraising committee, local dignitaries, and community members gathered for a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday at the facility.

See related: Big changes in store at Stevens Memorial Library in Attica

Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 1:51 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, news.

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It's a slow ride going south out of Perry this afternoon as an oversized transformer is transported on Route 39.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 7:12 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, Business, events, Perry, Warsaw.

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When Gary and Betty Burley began farming in 1981 they had a dream of one day producing an added-value product. On Sunday, the Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism Office, along with friends, family, and local officials celebrated their lifelong dream with a ribbon cutting, officially opening the East Hill Creamery in Perry.

Plans for the creamery began in 2011 when thoughts of passing their farm on to the next generation took hold. The Burleys weren’t quite ready to retire and felt the timing was right to pursue their dream. Four years later, construction of the plant began and by 2016 the first of many cheeses began aging in the caves – an enclosed environmentally controlled area used specifically to age cheese.

The Burleys started their farm with a small herd of 18 cows on 100 acres of farmland on the East Hill (Route 20A) in Warsaw. Today, East Hill Farms milks 700 cows in a rotational grazing system. When deciding on what types of cheeses to make, they chose to make a product that would emphasize the flavors in the milk derived from the grasses, herbs and flowers their cows eat in the pasture.

All of the cheeses at East Hill Creamery are produced with raw milk, meaning, the milk is not pasteurized before it is made into cheese. The cheese goes through a 60-day aging process that naturally pasteurizes it. The French Alpine style of cheeses allows the Burleys to exhibit the high quality, grass-fed cow's milk that they use to produce the cheese.

“What a great day it is for East Hill Creamery, Wyoming County, and our business community,” said Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce President Scott Gardner. “We are so fortunate to have a great business that is sourcing local dairy, producing world-class cheese, and providing jobs. Congratulations to Gary and Betty Burley and thank you for making the investment here in Wyoming County.”

The couple also introduced their family and employees during the ceremony and gave an emotional thank you to everyone gathered for the strong support their business has received since opening.

Several local restaurants hosted food stations throughout the open house including the Hole in the Wall Restaurant in Perry, Glen Iris Inn in Letchworth State Park, and Wendy’s Pantry & Country Mouse Tea House, and Suzea’s Gluten Free Bakery and Café, both in Mt. Morris. The eateries provided food made with East Hill Creamery cheeses. The Wyoming County Dairy Princess, Kim Evans, was also on hand with members of her royal court including Dairy Princess alternate Danielle Herrick, and Dairy ambassadors Abby Schreiber and Brenda Martin.  

East Hill Creamery offers a wide array of products: including their signature cheeses, cheese baskets and trays; East Hill Creamery merchandise; grass-fed butter and crème fraiche from Kriemhild Dairy Products; fresh bread and baked goods from the Hole in the Wall Restaurant on Saturdays; olive oils and balsamic vinegars from Cosimano and Ferrari; fresh pasta from Bozza Pasta; truffles and barks from Dolce Bella Artisan Chocolates; local honey from Log Cabin Acres and Castile Cider Mill; beef sticks from Wilson Beef Farm; local eggs, and local maple syrup.

Regular business hours are Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More information on East Hill Creamery, located at 346 S. Main St. can be found by calling (585) 237-3622 or at www.easthillcreamery.com.

See related: The cheese industry is making a comeback in Perry

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 11:27 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Business, craft brewery, Strykersville.

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It was a huge leap of faith when they opened their business in March, says Windy Brew LLC owner Michelle Snyder. While the brewery has been open for several months the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce, Snyder, her husband, friends, and family gathered at the local shop Saturday afternoon for an “official” ribbon cutting.

“My husband has been a home brewer for several years,” Snyder said. “When in Ohio we saw a place that made craft beer and the person we spoke with suggested that he try it on the weekends… And now we are a custom brew center.”

In addition to offering almost 20 varieties of craft beer, Windy Brew, 733 Route 20A, Strykersville, is also a custom brew center. According to Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism President Scott Gardner, they are Western New York’s only custom “make your own beer” center.

With their brewery, customers get the total experience of learning about the brewing process without having to buy the equipment, ingredients, bottles, and kegs. Various brewing session options are available.

The Tap Room offers beers from a light ale, seasonal brews, to IPAs. Windy Brew offers flights, by the glass, and growlers to go. They also offer one-half and one-sixth kegs for sale via request and deposit.

“On behalf of the Chamber and Tourism office we offer our sincere congratulations to Bill and Michelle and Windy Brew,” Gardner said. “We are excited to add one more food and beverage attraction to our outstanding group of craft breweries in Wyoming County. Windy Brew is unique in that it has an educational component as well, it’s certainly an added bonus and offers something for those who are interested in learning the techniques of small-batch brewing.” 

Regular taproom hours are Thursday 4 to 9 p.m., Friday 2 to 9 p.m., Saturday noon to 9 p.m., and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.

For more information and how to make a reservation for a custom brew session visit the website or call (585) 805-4006. 

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