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July 27, 2016
Westfield Republican

Free community picnic at Dewittville-Hartfield United Methodist Church

Saturday, August 6th, 6:00 pm. Route 430 & Meadows Road, Dewittville. All ages welcome! Come as you are for hotdogs, side dishes and ice cream. Bring a dish to share if you would like. Join us afterwards for some fun activities: campfire, yard games, cards, crafts, board games, conversation, etc.

Chautauqua's Bratton Theater presents The Glow Overhead

Maryanne and Allan Demsey's son disappeared in a deep cave dive many years ago and now a young and ambitious diver wants to retrieve his remains at great personal risk. This achingly beautiful play investigates the depth of loss when we unexpectedly lose someone we love and what might arise after they are gone. For a complete list of shows or to purchase tickets please visit ctcompany.org. $20 Aug. 3 and 5. Call 357-6466 for more info.

Chautauqua's Bratton Theater presents The Glow Overhead

Love, power, gender roles, and companionship reach raucous heights in Chautauqua Theater Company's unbridled new spin on Shakespeare's comedic battle of the sexes, The Taming of the Shrew. Closing the season, the production will feature the entire 2016 Conservatory company. "This play challenges us in today's politically correct world," says director and CTC Artistic Director Andrew Borba. "but that also provides us a much needed opportunity to laugh at ourselves. I promise that with the combination of the extraordinary talents of those who will be the leading classical actors of tomorrow, Shakespeare's language and a dash of contemporary spin-which I refuse to reveal at this time-this production will be anything but tame!" For a full list of shows or to purchase tickets please visit ctcompany.org. $35. Aug. 12 and 19. Call 357-6466 for more info.

Chautauqua's Bratton Theater presents "The Profane"

In Zayd Dohrn's new play The Profane, Raif Almedin is a first generation American - a writer and a father who prides himself on being modern, liberal, and tolerant. But when his daughter falls for the son of a fundamentalist, Raif finds himself cast as the intolerant patriarch of his own fast changing family. The third play commissioned by Chautauqua Theater Company and the Chautauqua Writers' Center, Dohrn's searing tale follows two immigrant families forced to grapple with each other's religious beliefs, cultural traditions, and deep-seated prejudice. CTC Artistic Director Vivienne Benesch directs this production. For a complete list of shows or to purchase tickets please visit ctcompany.org.

44th Annual Westfield Arts and Crafts Festival uly 29 and 30 in Moore Park

The 44th Annual Westfield Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on July 29 and 30 in Moore Park at the intersection of RT 20 and RT 394 in the village. The show features handcrafted products only, including indoor/outdoor dcor, pottery, jewelry, turned wood products, toys, sewn, woven, crochet and knitted items, fashion accessories, food mixes and maple products. Available festival food and confections include pie, pie, pie, chicken barbeque, pulled pork, curly fries, fried dough, funnel cake, Italian sausage, hot dogs, hamburgers, Bavarian nuts, kettle corn, taffy, craft ice cream, cotton candy, and candy apples. Visitors will enjoy free parking and free shuttle transport and live music. Show hours are 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday, July 29 and 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday.

 
 
 

 

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