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Monday, October 3, is Audubon Birdseed Order Deadline

Monday, October 3, is Audubon Birdseed Order Deadline

Jamestown, NY – With fall just around the corner, now is the time to stock up on birdseed to be sure our feathered friends visit your home throughout the winter.

Monday, October 3, is the deadline for placing orders for the Audubon Nature Center’s fall sale of a variety of birdseeds and related items. In addition to the exclusively formulated Conewango Blend for local birds, specialty seeds, “cakes,” suet cage feeders, and other treats are also available. 

Your many choices can be found by clicking on the “Bird Seed” page at www.jamestownaudubon.org or calling the Nature Center at (716) 569-2345 during business hours. 

Orders can be submitted online, phoned, mailed, or faxed. Friends of the Nature Center receive an 18% discount on pre-ordered birdseed. (You can become a member by clicking on “Membership” at www.jamestownaudubon.org.)

Monday, October 3, is Audubon Birdseed Order Deadline

Monday, October 3, is Audubon Birdseed Order Deadline

Jamestown, NY – With fall just around the corner, now is the time to stock up on birdseed to be sure our feathered friends visit your home throughout the winter.

Monday, October 3, is the deadline for placing orders for the Audubon Nature Center’s fall sale of a variety of birdseeds and related items. In addition to the exclusively formulated Conewango Blend for local birds, specialty seeds, “cakes,” suet cage feeders, and other treats are also available. 

Your many choices can be found by clicking on the “Bird Seed” page at www.jamestownaudubon.org or calling the Nature Center at (716) 569-2345 during business hours. 

Orders can be submitted online, phoned, mailed, or faxed. Friends of the Nature Center receive an 18% discount on pre-ordered birdseed. (You can become a member by clicking on “Membership” at www.jamestownaudubon.org.)

Audubon Gift Shop 50% Off Sale Through Sunday, September 25

Audubon Gift Shop 50% Off Sale Through Sunday, September 25

Jamestown, NY – Whatever your gift needs – holidays, celebrations, remembrances -- it’s always a great time to shop at the Blue Heron Gift Shop in the Audubon Nature Center.

With 50% off all logo merchandise through Sunday, September 25, now is an especially good time to visit. Logo merchandise -- t-shirts, polo shirts, jackets, car window stickers, travel mugs, and even bandanas with maps of the Audubon property – will be half price, as long as supplies last.

“Since we’ll soon be doing inventory in the Gift Shop, we’re giving both ourselves and our customers a break by having a sale,” said President Ruth Lundin.

Lundin noted that the Blue Heron carries a wide range of items. Regular merchandise features puppets, puzzles, distinctive jewelry, notecards and stationery, handcrafted walking sticks, and locally-made soaps and jams and jellies.

Audubon Gift Shop 50% Off Sale Through Sunday, September 25

Audubon Gift Shop 50% Off Sale Through Sunday, September 25

Jamestown, NY – Whatever your gift needs – holidays, celebrations, remembrances -- it’s always a great time to shop at the Blue Heron Gift Shop in the Audubon Nature Center.

With 50% off all logo merchandise through Sunday, September 25, now is an especially good time to visit. Logo merchandise -- t-shirts, polo shirts, jackets, car window stickers, travel mugs, and even bandanas with maps of the Audubon property – will be half price, as long as supplies last.

“Since we’ll soon be doing inventory in the Gift Shop, we’re giving both ourselves and our customers a break by having a sale,” said President Ruth Lundin.

Lundin noted that the Blue Heron carries a wide range of items. Regular merchandise features puppets, puzzles, distinctive jewelry, notecards and stationery, handcrafted walking sticks, and locally-made soaps and jams and jellies.

Enjoy the Journey Art Gallery Lists Upcoming Classes and Workshops

Enjoy the Journey Art Gallery Lists Upcoming Classes and Workshops

A new exhibit and a variety of exciting classes highlight the calendar throughout August and September at Enjoy the Journey Art Gallery, located at 1168 Orchard Park Road in West Seneca.

“Dueling Aperture’s,” a photography exhibit by brother’s in law Phil McCabe and Richard Ricci, remains on display through Aug. 27. This unique exhibit showcases the wonderful talent and insight in everyday things we take for granted.  

Wine Women & Art with Andrea Oswald takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, featuring a lighthouse beach design. All art supplies are included, plus wine, cheeses and desserts! For just $30, this is a great girl’s night out! 

Dalia’s Bridal to Hold Month-long Benefit for Food Bank of WNY

Dalia’s Bridal to Hold Month-long Benefit for Food Bank of WNY

Dalia’s Bridal, located at 4558 Main St. in Snyder, will hold a month-long sales event in June to benefit the Food Bank of WNY.

Throughout the month of June, visitors are asked to bring a nonperishable food item to the store that will be donated to the Food Bank. During this time, Dalia’s will also host its first annual “Spring Into Summer Clearance Sale” with 30 to 85 percent off select bridal wear, and select bridal gowns starting at just $99.

“A portion of all sales during the month of June will also be donated to the Food Bank of WNY,” said the store’s owner, Dalia Nowak. “The Food Bank plays a vital role in our community, and we consider it an honor to help them continue their service and outreach.”

Visiting College Students are in Their Element at Past & Present Science and Nature Store

Visiting College Students are in Their Element at Past & Present Science and Nature Store

It was a quiet Sunday morning in Blasdell when two white vans carrying 25 guests from SUNY New Paltz pulled up to the Past & Present Science and Nature Store on South Park Avenue just past 10 a.m. For most of the earth science education and geology majors on a four-day excursion through upstate and Western New York, it was their first visit to this hidden gem.

And suddenly, these future scientists and educators were like kids in a candy store, their expressions of glee and excitement immediately noticeable as they walked through the front entrance.