Final Music on the Pier tonight
Tonight will be your last chance to attend Music on the Pier this year. Revolver makes its much anticipated return to the Dunkirk Pier tonight at 6:30. Sponsored by City of Dunkirk Employees Union Local 912, Revolver brings its "British Invasion" sounds of the Beatles, Cream, the Monkees, Led Zeppelin and more.
Again, food will be available as well as a beer tent.
This festival is offered to the public free of charge thanks to the generous support of our corporate partners, Brooks Memorial Hospital, Shults Resale Center, Advanced Produc-tion Group, Dunkirk Cham-ber of Commerce, Coors Light, NRG Energy, DFT Communications, and National Grid.
Valley Historical Society meets Tuesday
The next regular meeting of the Valley Historical Society will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Museum at the corner of Main and Lester streets in Sinclairville.
Members will be finalizing plans for the 15th Annual History Fair Sept. 13, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Sinclairville.
Fredonia Police release July report
The Fredonia Police Department has released its monthly report for July.
A total of 610 incidents were reported. Police responded to 15 accidents, documented 39 arrests, gave out 23 vehicle and traffic charges and issued 10 parking tickets.
Significant incident quantities included: three aggravated harassment reports, three burglaries past tense, 12 larcenies, one narcotics investigation, two suicides/attempted suicides, one gunshot complaint and one death investigation.
Fredonia Fire Dept. releases July report
The Fredonia Fire Department has released its run report for July.
There were a total of 156 calls that month, which breaks down into 124 rescue and EMS calls, 13 false alarms, 10 good intent calls, four fires, three service calls and two hazardous conditions without fires.
The village of Fredonia had 100 of the 156 calls, with 38 other calls being in the town of Pomfret outside village limits, seven on the New York state Thruway, six mutual aid calls and five at SUNY Fredonia.
Silver Creek Retired Teachers' annual
The Silver Creek Retired Teachers' annual luncheon will be held at the White Inn in Fredonia Wednesday at noon. For reservations or information, call Sue Laga-na at 679-1466 or Judy Mo-wery at 672-2766. The reservation deadline is Monday.
Annual cemetery board meeting Saturday
The Forestville Cemetery Association, which now governs both the Pioneer Cemetery and the Forestville Cemetery in Forestville, will hold its annual meeting on Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Forestville Cemetery on Prospect Road, Forestville near the building.
Adult interest courses offered at PVCS
The following adult interest courses are being offered at Pine Valley Central School this Fall from Sept. 14 to Nov. 14:
Safety: AARP Driver Safety Program - Mature Driving (Sept. 16 & 17)
Home & Hobbies: Dog Training (Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30)
Stamp-a-Stack: Make Your Own Greeting Cards (Sept. 15)
Stamp-a-Stack: Make Your Own Christmas Cards (Nov. 3)
Check out the website for complete course descriptions and information: www.pval.org (community adult interest courses). For more information and/or to register, call Debbie Hooker at 988-3293 ext. 3307.