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The Villager-Lakeside: July 30-Aug. 5, 2009

The Villager-Lakeside: July 30-Aug. 5, 2009

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July 30-August 5, 2009 Volume 02 ~ Issue 15
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6CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY FAIR: J
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A Complimentary Publication Serving Chautauqua County
FREE
Irish Festival Comes To Bemus
Celtic Music, Irish Dance on the Floating Stage
 
Sneak Peek 
Inside This Issue . . .
LakeArts Foundation
A New Non-Pro
t Organization is Bringing the Arts to the People
Taste of Jamestown: Fun-Fest For Foodies
Area Restaurants Come Together to Offer Tasty Treats in the Continually Growing Festival
Entertainment
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Lakeside Drive, Bemus Point(716) 386-7000
Sunday, August 2nd, 2:30pm
Nashvegas All Stars
Country, Rock, Disco super group.
Saturday, August 1st, 7:30m
Concert Band Festival
 Local bands from around the countygather to perform free!
Pirates of the Bay
 Jimmy Buffett Tribute Show!
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Friday, August 7th, 8pm
Bill Cosby
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Every Thursday
Karaoke Night with Jules R Us
Friday, July 31st
New Wave Nation
Saturday, August 1st
Jackson Rohm
Every Sunday, 9-11pm
Dueling Pianos Comedy Show
Architectural Digest ... page 4Sunny Crest: A Family Heirloom
By Ian Biggs
Many homes in Point Chautauqua are worth remembering, this home notwithstanding as it exudes character and charm. Large by any standardswith
ve bedrooms and two full baths, the historic home was built bythe family around 1905 and has remained in the same family ever since.
The Irish Festival will host a variety of music and entertainment, food and fun. New this year is The Town Pants, a Celtic folk rock band fromVancouver, Canada. “We’re using traditional music, but giving it a backbeat,” said Aaron Chapman, one of the six band members, “it’srooted in Celtic original stuff but within that, we’re not afraid to add other cultures.”
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It might have started with a joke, butthe Bemus Bay Pops’ Irish Festivalhas become a seriously fun tradition.Held at the
oating stage on BemusBay, and dedicated to the memoryof the late Sally Sweeney, this year’sfestival on August 9 will bring backmany favorite acts and introduce theaudience to a few new ones.“I approached Dan [Dalpra] oneday - and in some ways it was kindof a joke because his restaurant isthe Italian Fisherman - and I said heshould have an Irish festival,” saidTara Hughes, the daughter of Claytonand Sally Sweeney. Hughes lives inBuffalo, and two of her daughtersattend the Rochez Academy of IrishDance which performs each year atthe festival.In the time between starting toplan the festival and the actual event,Hughes mother, Sally Sweeney,passed away and the festival wasdedicated to her memory. That
rstyear, Hughes recalled, ran seamlessly,the day ending with local
ddlestudents and their teacher performingon the stage in front of a sunset. Thatwas four years ago, and the festivalhas been running since.The festival will begin with the
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Although the Chinese may be creditedwith inventing alfresco dining, onAugust 7
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Jamestown NewYork will be giving outdoor eatingits own special twist. On Friday andSaturday West 3
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street betweenPine and Main will be transformedinto a food centered street fair.According to Tiffany Reynoldsof the Downtown JamestownDevelopment Corporation (DJDC)“We’ll have all booths lined up oneither side of the street, and in thestreet we’ll have picnic tables…we’ll have entertainment both days.”Tickets will be sold at each end of the street and visitors will use themto purchase food items. Tickets are50 cents each and no food item willcost more than $4.00. Hours for thefair are 11am to 9pm both days.Among the participating restaurantsare: Elegant Edibles Catering,Meals on Wheels, Pizza Hut andTasty Corners. Don Lisciandro oLisciandro’s Restaurant promises tobe serving their Eggplant Parmesan,Rigatoni, Hot Dogs and ChocolateChip Cookies.Bob Szustakowski of Coopers Caféand Deli tells me people will be ableto sample some half wraps of theirPuli (pulled pork in barbeque sauce),the Saluki (chicken salad withwalnuts and cranberries), and theirRoasted Butternut Squash Soup.Entertainment for the fair on Fridaywill be provided by: Kokomo TimeBand and Cold Tree; Saturday willfeature King Rail and Willow Creek.Local radio station KISS 106.9 willbe broadcasting live from the fairand is sponsoring the “Kiss the CookContest.”According to Tiffany, “Eachvendor submits one item…andtheir live on-air DJ’s judge the besttaste, and chose the best item.” Thewinner receives a plaque and somefree advertising from KISS 106.9.By sponsoring and event thatallows foodies to get in touch withtheir inner gourmet, the DJDCraises money to continue with theirmission of sponsoring economicdevelopment in Jamestown.Tiffany adds that the fair is “a way tokeep all the other downtown eventsgoing… and its great exposure forthe business that participate.” Formore information, please go towww.visitjamestown.comCHAUTAUQUA – TheLakeArts Foundation is a non-pro
t organization dedicated tothe development and presentationof performance and technologicalinnovation in the arts and sciences.LakeArts Foundation has createdthe Festival of Arts and Innovationto present new and excitingcollaborations between the artsand sciences. Set on beautifulChautauqua Lake, within the historicgates of the Chautauqua Institution,the Festival of Arts and Innovationwill premiere September, 2009.The LakeArts Foundation willserve as an incubator for bothnew and established artists andcompanies. Fostering collaborationsbetween designers and creators of media and technology with moretraditional performing artists, theFestival will present challenging andsurprising work that offers audiencesand participants alike the opportunityto explore and expand their owncreative nature. The Foundationis developing partnerships withprominent groups and individualswho represent visionary approachesto the performing arts such as Artistsfrom
lm, theatre, music and dance;Cultural Institutions; Internationalperforming arts groups; Leaders intechnology-based entertainment andUniversity based research institutes.The foundation currently has severalseasons in development including‘Broadway Bound’ which will partnerwith recognized Broadway producersand performers. ‘Global Vision’which will showcase International
The Foundation is developing partnerships with prominent groupsand individuals who represent visionary approaches to the performingarts such as Artists from
lm, theatre, music and dance.
 
July 30-August 5, 2009
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The Villager, Chautauqua Lakeside
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ect those of the Publisher or of the advertisers. The contents of The Villager cannot be reproduced without written consent from the Publisher.This includes, but is not limited to, articles, photographs, artwork and ad design.Comments and story ideas may be submitted to: publisher@z-publications.com.The Villager is a Zimmer Media Publication.
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MONDAYS
Family Night,
buy one get one ree kids meals 12 and under and$1.00 in ree tokens or the arcarde with the purchase o a kids meal. Family Fun or All!
TUESDAYS
Trivia night,
rom 8-10pm. Draf night with $1.00 o all domesticdrafs. You cannot believe how much un this is. Come see what everybody’s talking about!
WEDNESDAYS
Special Event Night,
Check out our Website, Facebook,or MySpace page or current Wednesday events through the summer.
THURSDAYS
Karaoke night,
the area’s best and longest running - 10 yearsand going strong! Join the area’s best karaoke singers and the lake’s best!!
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
 
We oer the area’s
best live entertain-ment and dancing.
Come meet your riends and party. Bands rom all over the U.S.perorm rom 10pm-2am each Friday and Saturday all season. Check out our website: bemus-pointcasino.com or more inormation. $5 Cover or most bands. Must be 21 or most shows.
SUNDAYS
Dueling Pianos, adult comedy show,
rom 9-11pm. It’s apacked house and WOW what un!
Entertainment
www.BemusPointCasino.com
Village Casino: Bemus Point, NY (716) 386-2333
Featuring
Friday, July 31st
New Wave Nation
International retro 80’s tribute band 
Saturday, August 1st
Jackson Rohm
Live acoustic classic & modern rock.
Irish
96th Highlanders Pipes andDrums parading from the
restation to the stage, where theDady Brothers - a Celtic andmerican folk performingduo - will MC the event andperform. The well known Irishmerican singer Andy Cooney,who plays a mix of Irish musicfrom traditional favorites tocontemporary songs, will oneagain be playing at the festival.The Rochez Irish Dancers andthe regionally based acousticCeltic folk band Ischabaha willperform as well.New this year is The TownPants, a Celtic folk rock bandfrom Vancouver, Canada.“We’re using traditional music,but giving it a backbeat,” saidAaron Chapman, one of the sixband members, “it’s rooted inCeltic original stuff but withinthat, we’re not afraid to addother cultures.” Besides thetraditional
ddles, tin whistles,and mandolin, the group hasalso incorporated the Australiandidgeridoo and African drumsinto their music. And of course,there’s the bass and drumsnecessary for that backbeat.“This music has somethingof an immediate appeal toit, a sense of enjoyment andentertainment,” Chapmansaid about the band’s style, “Alot of music and bands don’thave that, because they can beso introspective. This kind of music breaks that.”The band prides themselves’on a dynamic stage presence -reviewers toss around wordslike rambunctious and energetic- and they consider the audiencean “extra member of the band,”Chapman said.As far as what the groupwill be playing at the festival,Chapman said he knew they’dbe playing pieces from all of their
ve albums but besidesthat, it would depend on thecrowd.“No two shows are the same.I think I’ll be as surprised asanyone else,” he said. Musicand dance isn’t all the festivalhas to offer. Irish inspired foods,like corn beef sandwiches,will be served along witheveryone’s favorite Irish drinkof Guinness.For more information, visitwww.bemusbaypops.com
lms from prominent
lmfestival partners includingSilverdocs,Sundance, TorontoFilm Festival and the FallsburgInternational Women’s FilmFestival. ‘The 21
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Centuryuseum’ works with museumsand exhibition designers topresent museum exhibitionsfeaturing cutting edge media
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and technology. ‘Wiredfor the Future’ which willcollaborate with universityand professional technologyresearch labs such as CarnegieMellon University, Universityof South Florida’s DigitalWorlds and internationalexpo Visionarte to exploretechnology’s impact on the artsand society through expositionsand interactive workshopsleading to demonstration andperformance.FutureArts presentsintegrated performances intheatre, music, dance and
lm.Possible partners may includeCirque du Soleil, Hong KongArts Festival and InternationalArtist Exchange Performanceswith the Guthrie Theatre, theSundance Institute and theShaw Festival in Ontario.TheFestival Prelude will premierein September. For moreinformation contact Margaret Johnson atmjohnson123@roadrunner.com
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Each week I write thislittle column and go to greatlengths to tell everyone what awonderful place ChautauquaCounty is to play. Now thatsummer’s at her peak, theopportunities for good timesand making memories seemendless.All one has to do is visit theTourChautauqua.com websiteand pull up their excellentevents calendar. It is chockfull of things to do and placesto see and serves as a roadmapfor all of us lucky enough to bedown in this little corner of thesouthern tier.This weekend is noexception! Just take a look atwhat the music lover in youis in for over the next fewdays. Coming Saturday to theJamestown Ice Arena is theepic rock band ‘Yes’, in concertwith another favorite of mine,‘Asia’. The Bemus Bay PopsConcert Band Festival takesplace on the
oating stage inBemus on Saturday and there’san awesome tribute to JimmyBuffet (also on the
oatingstage) on Sunday – makesure you wear your piratecostume! And let’s not forgetthe Chautauqua Symphony’sweekly performance at theInstitution every Saturday –(no pirate costume requiredfor this one).This is just the tip of thesummer iceberg. There’ssomething for everyone –from the annual “Round theLake Garage Sale” to theChautauqua County Fair – farmer’s markets, craftshows, a Jamestown Jammersbaseball game – there’s simplytoo much going on to list inthis brief space.It would seem we’ve got alot going on this weekend,yes? Well, rally the troops, getoff your collective keisters andcome enjoy all the fun thingsChautauqua County has tooffer! See you out there!
JZ-BFor more than four decades the iconic “King of Romance” has remained theconsummate global entertainer. Selling over 150 million records worldwide, including64 gold and 24 platinum albums, he has been honored with Grammy nominations, written a best-selling autobiography, and garnered a legion of world-wide fans. Checkour: engelbert.com. He will be performing at the Chautauqua Institute Ampitheatreon Friday, August 7 at 8:15pm. For more information or for tickets, call 716-357-6250or go to www.ciweb.org
An Evening with Engelbert Humperdinck 
Summer Studies Program
August 3-7 at Chautauqua
JAMESTOWN – The RobertH. Jackson Center, as part of acontinuing collaboration withthe Chautauqua Institution,announces a weeklong SummerStudies Program honoringthe 60
th
anniversary of thecompletion of the NurembergTrials. The daily lecture serieswill be held August 3-7, 2009at 9:00am at Hurlbut ChurchSanctuary on the ChautauquaInstitution grounds. For moreinformation on attending one orall of these lectures, please callthe Institution’s of 
ce of SpecialStudies at (716) 357-6250. Orgo online at www.ciweb.org.The Nuremberg Trials beganin November of 1945 with thenow famous opening statementby the U.S. Chief Prosecutor,Justice Robert H. Jackson, andended four years later withthe sentencing of the GermanHigh Command on April 13,1949. Distinguished lecturerswill discuss the legacy of theTrials and share unique insightson Justice Jackson’s role inestablishing the frameworkfor international criminal law,as well as provide currentperspective on the complexissues raised in subsequent trials,including the Doctors Trial andchemical cartel I.G. Farben.Featured lecturers include (inorder of appearance):Monday, August 3: John Q.Barrett, Professor of Law at St.John’s University in New YorkCity and Elizabeth S. LennaFellow at the Robert H. JacksonCenter; Tuesday, August 4:Donald J. Palmisano, MD,JD, Former President of theAmerican Medical Association,Founder and President of Intrepid Resources; Wednesday,August 5: Gabriel Bach, formerJustice of the Supreme Courtof Israel and prosecutor at thetrial of Adolph Eichmann;Thursday, August 6: Eli M.Rosenbaum, Director, Of 
ce of Special Investigations, CriminalDivision,; United StatesDepartment of Justice Friday,August 7: Douglas C. Neckers,
 McMaster Distinguished  Research Professor at BowlingGreen State University, Center for Photochemical Sciences
,member of the Board of Directors of the Robert H.Jackson Center.The Center is located at 305East Fourth Street, Jamestown.Tours are available from 10am –4pm Monday – Friday and from10am– 2pm on Saturdays. E-mailus at info@roberthjackson.orgor visit www.roberthjackson.orgor call (716) 483-6646.

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