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Breakfast Club meets Thursday

The New York State Department of Transportation Breakfast Club will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at Demetri’s in Dunkirk. All retirees welcome, and anyone with questions is asked to contact Hank at 716-965-2007.

Cars in the Park event set

SOUTH DAYTON — On Sunday at 2 p.m. South Dayton Village Park will host a Cars in the Park Event. Individuals who have an antique car or truck are invited to be part of this event.

In addition, there will be a Farmer’s Market and the New York & Lake Erie Train Excursion arrives at the Depot Museum at 2:45 p.m. Come enjoy the past.

Candidate forum takes place Thursday

The League of Women Voters of Chautauqua is hosting a candidate forum at 7 p.m. Thursday. The forum will take place at the LoGuidice Education Center BOCES on 9520 Fredonia-Stockton Road, Fredonia, building A in the auditorium.

Joe Sempolinski and Max Della Pia are running in the special election on Aug. 23 to fill the seat of Tom Reed in the 23rd district. All eligible voters can vote in the special election. Early voting is through Sunday for the special election and the Republican primary. You can submit questions to the candidates by email at meetthecandidates20@gmail.com. All are welcome.

Native plant sale is Aug. 27

On Saturday, Aug. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Chautauqua Marina and the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy will be co-hosting a native plant sale, with proceeds benefitting CWC and Chautauqua Lake.

A variety of native plants will be available for purchase from local vendors including Amanda’s Garden, Royal Fern Nursery, Turnbull Nursery and Hickory Hurst Farm. CWC Conservationist Carol Markham will be on hand to answer questions about native plant selection and native garden design.

Admission is free, and no RSVPs are needed. The event will be rain or shine at the marina at 104 West Lake Road in Mayville. Guided educational lakeside buffer walks will also be offered, weather permitting. Fall is a great time to plant, and native plants can often be difficult to find locally, making this event a great opportunity for one-stop shopping for plants that are native to our area.

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