Jr. Kids' College planned at JCC July 30 to Aug. 2
Jr. Kids' College, a special camp for children ages 6 and 7, will be held at Jamestown Community Col-lege's North County Center from July 30 to Aug. 2.
Sessions meet from 9 a.m. to noon and are designed to engage children in math and science through interactive, hands-on activities.
Participants register to attend one session - The Arctic and Antarctica, Science Explorers, or Mathletes - for four days. Tuition is $80. To register, or for more information, call JCC, 363-6500.
Senior Sweep June 21 at Dunkirk High School
The 11th annual Senior Sweep will be held June 21. Seniors from Dunkirk High School will help with cleaning up in various parts of the city before returning to City Hall for refreshments, raffles and giveaways.
Fourth Ward Councilwo-man Stacy Szukala said anyone interested in helping out should call her cell phone at 410-4423.
Sunday dinner benefits veteran group
The Rainbow Inn of Dunkirk is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner to benefit the Dunkirk Joint Veterans Council. The dinner is scheduled for Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Rainbow Inn, 182 E. Second St. Cost of dinner $6.50 per person.
Basket raffles and live music will be provided. Come and join the fun and help support our veterans.
For additional information call 366-7170
SCCS to hold Chiavetta's barbecue and gala concert
A free concert consisting of the 6-12 band, chorus and Jazz band will take place on Wednesday from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
The concert is free and wil be held outside - weather permitting.
The Chiavetta's barbecue chicken dinners will also be available for purchase. The cost is $8 presale through band/chorus members and $9 at the door.
County Planning Board
The June meeting of the Chautauqua County Planning Board has been rescheduled for Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the County of Chautauqua IDA Offices, 200 Harrison St. in Jamestown.
If you should have questions regarding this meeting, contact the Chautauqua County Planning and Economic Development Department at 661-8900.
National Trails Day in state parks Saturday
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation encourages New Yorkers to get outside and experience all the great outdoors has to offer on Saturday to celebrate the American Hiking Society's 20th annual National Trails Day.
Parks across the state will host a range of activities Saturday, including hikes and walks, trail maintenance, children's programs, geocaching, trail exhibits, craft-making opportunities, barbecues and more.
A full list of these events can be found at www.nysparks.com.