Sharpe will speak in the county on Sunday
The Chautauqua County Libertarian Party will host Larry Sharpe in Chautauqua County at the Herman Kent Post 777 Celoron American Legion on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Sharpe is a Navy veteran, businessman, educator, nationally distributed podcaster, husband and father. He ran for governor of New York in 2018. During that campaign, he broke the record for most votes for a Libertarian Party candidate for governor of New York. He also made history as the only gubernatorial candidate to personally visit all 62 counties, a feat that has been dubbed, “Run the Full Sharpe”.
Sharpe has formed an exploratory committee to consider running for governor in 2022. He would like to hear your concerns and discuss innovative solutions to important current issues.
To learn more about the Chautauqua County Libertarian Party, visit www.chautauquaLP.org and follow the CCLP on Facebook at facebook.com/chautauquaLP
Dunkirk Senior Center sets up a computer course
The Dunkirk Senior Center will hold a computer course on Wednesday December 1 at 11 a.m. Call the Center at 366-7530 to register.
Gowanda parking ban in effect
GOWANDA – The Gowanda Police Department would like to remind residents and inform visitors of the village’s winter parking ban, which is in effect until April 1. Currently, it is illegal to park a vehicle on a village road between the hours of midnight and 7:00 a.m. Any vehicle parked on the road during this time may be subject to a ticket.
District Sewerage Committee meets November 29
There will be a meeting of the Portland, Pomfret, Dunkirk district finance committee. The meeting will take place on Monday, November 29 at 11 a.m. on the first floor of the Gerace office building in the finance department in Mayville.
Advent recitals start on December 1
The First United Presbyterian Church of Dunkirk will present the first in a series of three weekly Advent Marsh Memorial recitals for 2021. Wednesday December 1 at noon in the church sanctuary, Dr Linda Phillips and Dr JiHyun Woo will perform .
This free musical program is designed to provide members of the church community and the general public with an opportunity for a period of peaceful reflection and contemplation during the mid-hour hour of the week throughout the Advent season. . Masks recommended.