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Ll Page 16 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan.N.Y,, October 31,1990 A rts &E ntertainivient i Organist to give Nov. 9 concert KEUKA PAEK — Organist J. Melvin Butler, director of music and organist at Downtown Pres­ byterian Church, Rochester, will be featured in Keuka College’s Spotlight Series, Friday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m., in Norton Chapel. Butler has received praise for both live performances and recor­ dings. His first two recordings, recorded on the Fisk organ a t the Downtown Presbyterian Church, earned him critic^ acclaim. “Organist Butler....performs with lyric sensitivity and a love for phrase shape,” Fanfare. “But­ ler performs with exquisite finesse, with machine-like ac­ curacy, and yet with great warmth of expression,” The Tracker. “At all points the playing is expressive and colourful, with splendid tech­ nical control,” The Organ, “....the playing unfolds effortlessly like a rose coming into bloom,” The Diapaeon. Originally from North Carolina, Butler obtained his bachelor’s de­ gree in music from Oberlin Con­ servatory of Music where he studied organ with Garth Peacock. He received his doctorate in musical arts from the Eastman School of Music where he studied organ with David Craighead and viola with Francis Tursi. Between 1968 and 1972, Butler New Yates history ready J. MELVIN BUTLER PENN YAN — The Yates County Office of Public History is pleased to present to the public, the first new history of Yates County in nearly a hundred years: A Good Country, A Pleasant Habitation. Written by Prances Dumas, the book took more than 2 years to YC senior citizens plan month’s events Yates County Senior Citizens will take a trip to the Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls on Sun­ day, Dec. 9. Reservations for the trip are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff at 315-536-8153. The bus for the trip will leave the Lake Street Plaza (back by the car wash) at 11:30 a.m.; the Chapel Street comer in Penn Yan at 11:35 a.m.; the Benton Comer at 11:40 a.m.; and the Masonic Temple in Rushville a t noon. Two packages are available for the trip: the Tennessee Ernie Ford show and bus trip is $44.50 and the bus only is $25. Show tickets are non-refundable. The group will stop in Batavia on the way home for dinner. Activities planned during November include bowling at 12:30 p.m., Fridays, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 a t Dundee Lanes; bowl­ ing a t 1 p.m., Mondays, Nov. 5,12, 19 and 26 a t Star Y\ev Lanes in Penn Yan; craft class at 10 a.m., Thursdays, Nov. 8 and 29 at the home of Betty Bistoff in Penn Yan. The Nov. 8 session will be to work on Thanksgiving turkeys and the Nov. 29 session will be to work on a Christmas craft. The group also will gather a t 1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20 in the Civil Defense room of the Yates County Office Building in Penn Yan for cards and games. The Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Day Care pro­ gram will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 'lUesday, Nov. 6 at the Owl’s Nest community center on Seneca Street, Penn Yan. For in­ formation, call Betty Bistoff at 315-536-8153. Benton Senior Citizens will have Thanksgiving dinner at 6:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16 a t the Ben­ ton Tbwn Hall. Meat will be provided. There will be a business meeting and the program will be an armchair trip to Russia, with Ed and Rosalind Warner. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff. B ranchport Seniors will have Thanksgiving dinner at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7 at the Valley Inn. Reservations, with choice of meat (ham at $8.05 or turkey at $8.65) should be made with Sally Hulse. The group will have a workshop at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28 at the home of Betty Bistoff in Penn Yan. This will be the last workshop for the year. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff. Dundee Senior Citizens will have a workshop at 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 2 at the Starkey Tbwn Hall (note change of day and program). There will be a sandwich lunch a t noon, and then completion of projects. The group will meet a t 10 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 15 a t the Dundee Village Hall to set up for the Thanksgiving dinner. TVirkey, dressing and gravy will be fur­ nished. The program will be “Hands”. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff. D resden Senior Citizens will have a workshop at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27 at the Dresden Methodist Church. This will be the last workshop, as well as meeting, for 1990. There will be a pot luck dinner a t noon, followed by a business meeting and pro­ gram. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff. On-Ya Seniors will have Thanksgiving dinner at noon, Wednesday, Nov. 21 at the Masonic Temple in Rushville. Ham will be furnished. There also will be a business meeting and a sing-a-long. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Helen Ferguson. Town of Italy Senior Citizens will have Thanksgiving dinner at noon, Monday, Nov. 12 a t the Italy Valley Metho^st Church. Turkey, dressing and gravy will be fur­ nished. There also will be a busi­ ness meeting and program. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Jessie Coon. complete; it is 450 pages long and contains more than a hundred maps of the county and individual towns, villages and hamlets, plus graphs and charts. The illustrated cover and the maps were drawn by Patricia Rios. Printing was done by Keuka Lake Enterprises, “The W n t Shop,” a division of Yates Association for Retarded Citizens. Autograph sessions will be held at the following places and times for those who have already reser­ ved copies or for those who wish to acquire them now: Nov. 1, a t the Yates County Auditorium in Penn Yan, 4 to 7 p.m.; Nov. 3, at the Middlesex Heritage Room in Mid­ dlesex Center, 2 to 4 p.m.; Nov. 5, at the Dundee Library in Dundee, 4 to 7 p.m.; Nov. 7, at the Yates County Auditorium in Penn Yan, 4 to 7 p.m.; and Nov. 10, at the Dundee Library in Dundee, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The book also will be available after Nov. 1 at the County His­ torian’s office in the Yates County Office Annex, 110 Court St., Penn Yan. The cost is $15. Copies can be mailed for an additional $3 to cover shipping costs. was violist with the U.S. Navy String Quartet and was organist of the First Congregational Church, Washington, D.C. As an organist, he has concertized ex­ tensively in the United States and in Great Britain. His New York City debut was at St. Thomas Church in 1971, and his London debut in 1989 at St. Paul’s Cathedral. He has performed as baroque violist with the Society for Chamber Music in Rochester. Along with performances, But­ ler also presents workshops and lectures on various aspects of church music and choral conduct­ ing. As a composer, he has had works peformed throughout the United States. His transcriptions are published by Galaxy Music Corporation. In 1983 he was awarded a Winston Churchill TVavelling Fel­ lowship for choral conducting study and research in the United Kingdom. In 1987 he was elected National Arts Associate by the na­ tional women’s music fraternity. Sigma Alpha Iota. This program is made possible, in part, with Decentralization funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Yates County Arts Council. S o l b e r g c o n c e r t s e t Penn Yan S eniors will meet at 11 a.m., Friday, Nov. 2 at St. Mark’s Terrace to set up for a pot luck dinner, which will be at noon, followed at 12:45 p.m. by a busi­ ness meeting. On Fridays, Nov. 9, 16, 23 and 30, the group will gather at 10 a.m. a t St. Mark’s Terrace to work on sewing projects. There will be a sandwich lunch a t noon each day, followed by a program at 12:45 p.m. The Nov. 9 program is “Hands\. Reservations for the county trip to Niagara Falls on Dec. 9 are due by Dec. 1 to Betty Bistoff. Residence hall turned into haunted house KEUKA PARK — Richardson Hall on the Keuka College cam­ pus will be open for tours this Halloween — for those who dare! The Grim Reaper and Jason have moved into the former residence hall with a host of vampires, Spiderwoman and some spooks-atjarge. They are welcoming “guests” a t 6 p.m., 9 p.m. and midnight on Halloween, today (Wednesday, Oct. 31). The haunted house is sponsored by the Ball Hall residence council and resident assistants. Admission is 50 cents for children under 10 and $1 for children over 10 and adults. The haunted tours become progressively scarier as the night wears on. The midnight tour is open to adults only. For more information, those interested should contact Tracey Lehman, director of student activities, a t 315-536-4411. V f G E T BACK V r MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE TOWARD YOUR NEXT OIL CHANGE WHEN YOU HAVE US INSTALL QUAKER STATE: ONE TOUGH MOTOR OIL ----------- BACK BY M A IL OFFER ----------- Vr OIL CHANGE BENTON MOTORS Vr West Lake Road 315-536-3822 Penn Yan 1987 FORD «cyi-.5spd,.PS/PB, EKofrroT ..... AM/f M cass., air, sunroof, 41,000 mi. DC 1987 SPE^RU?! CL 4dr., 4cy1„ 5 spd AM/FAI stereo ) 1987 CHEVROLET CflVRLIER 4<)r..ra*o. healer. PS/PB .w X 1 9 8 6 OLDS DELTA 8 8 V-€, auto, PSyPB, cruse, air, 62,000 mi. 1987 OLDS CIERASL 2dr.,4cyl,au(o.PS^, air, cruise, til, AM/FM cass., 52.000 mi. X 1 9 8 6 FORD M 5 0 PICKUP 302V-8EFI, PS4>B, 48,000 miles > 1986 FORD F2S0 V-8. aulo, PS/Pe, 43,000 mi. X 198S CHEVY 2 4r. hatchback, 4 W ALIER TYPE 10 ) 1986 FORD RANGER XL PICK-UP V 6 ,5spd.,ps/pb, air. AM/FM cass, 46,000 mi. X V-6,iulo,PSfPB,air, CHEVY S-10 AMFMcass ) Vr ^ 4 . Our Reg. Low Mall-ln Rebate Your final cost Penn Yan Motors, Inc. • The ’’We Care” Car Dealer Chrysler - Plymouth - Oodge Ports - \Servic'r'g Aii Other Mokes 8i Models 1 m ile South of Penn Yan, Rt. 14A • 536-2391 fV r ONE TOUGH MOTOR OIL Keuka College, in its 100^ year, is an independent, four-yeai coeducational college located fOur miles south of Penn Yan on Keuka Lake. The college offers 25 degree programs and is a recognis'd leader in experienti_^learnjng.| ''‘ GENEVA — On Friday, Nov. 9, the Smith Opera House in Geneva will present a concert by Dick Sol­ berg and his Sun Mountain Band. Known to many of his fans simply as the “The Fiddler,” Sol­ berg takes his professional epithet “sun mountain” from the transla­ tion of his Norwegian last name. Solberg is well known in the Upstate area. He has performed at several colleges and clubs, as well as the Buckwheat Festival in Penn Yan. He has been “back by popular demand\ every year at the festival, and has appeared several times a t the Bristol Valley Playhouse in Naples. He is also part owner of the Sun Mountain Cafe in New York City. The Fiddler has recored four al­ bums, one “live” cassette, and a 45 record. He has played on several continents, and holds annual tours of the midwest, the New England coast, and the Carib­ bean. He plays fiddle, guitar. 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