Weekly Feature



June 25, 2014 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Redcoats on Main Street

An inside look at re-enacting

Sweat is soaking through the inner layer of your 17 pounds of wool clothing. Your back is sore from sleeping on the damp ground in a smelly canvas tent, and the 20 pounds of weapons and equipment you’re toting isn’t helping. More...

On the Campus

Cornell University has named the following students to the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester: Michael Merrill, Stephanie Izard and Kenneth Lipke, all of Amherst, and Brian Shin of Williamsville.  More...

Artist displays work at area exhibit

Using acrylic paints and textured mediums, Caitlin Krumm expresses her emotions and feelings to the public. More...

Town pools set schedule, aquatics programs

The Clearfield and North Forest pools are now open for the season, and aquatics programs are available for adults and families.  The North Forest Pool is located at 85 N. Forest Road, and the Clearfield Pool is located at 730 Hopkins Road. More...

Orphanage fundraiser slated for July 1

A fundraiser for Guatemala’s Shadow of His Wings Orphanage will take place at 5 p.m. More...

CHOW sets committee meeting

This weekend, an open committee meeting, hosted by the Culinary Happenings of Williamsville of the Williamsville Business Association, is looking for individuals to assist in the planning of this year’s Oktoberfest. More...

News Brief

The Buffalo Branch of the American Association of University Women is accepting applications for the $5,000 Jacquie Walker Scholarship. More...

Raising the volume: artist to launch CD

This Friday, artist Katie Flemming will launch her debut CD at a red carpet release event at Brookfield Country Club.  The 13-year-old is currently signed to Monroe Music Management, located in Los Angeles, and shot her first professional music More...

Hometown actors to appear onscreen in ‘Prescient’

Recently filmed in Buffalo, “Prescient,” a sci-fi thriller, will feature familiar buildings and sights across the city.  In the independent film, John Patrick Patti, who grew up in Williamsville, will star as the antagonist named Kar More...

CultureKids offers Spanish enrichment program

CultureKids is offering a Spanish enrichment program, which will immerse children in a cultural experience, from 9:30 a.m. More...

Senior News

The following events are open to members of the Amherst Center for Senior Services, 370 John James Audubon Parkway. Call 636-3050 to register.   More...

Amherst Public Libraries schedule summer programs

Libraries in the town will be offering summer fun clubs, for children ages 5 and up, beginning in July along with various programs for different age groups.  More...

‘ON MY HONOR’

— Christine Krollman, center, a resident of Heathwood Assisted Living, was praised for her 80 years of Scouting at a Moving Up Day ceremony for the Girl Scouts of Williamsville, at Mill Middle More...