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Honeoye Falls weekly times. (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) 1987-1989, May 21, 1987, Image 11

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THE HONEOYE FALLS TIMES Historical Society to Host 'Old- Time Musical Americana' Jim Kimball and Glenn McClure, historians arid performers of nineteenth-century American rural music, will present a program of tunes and minstrel songs at the Lima Historical Society's Tennie Burton Museum on Memorial Day, Monday, 25 May 1987. \Old-Time Musical Americana\ will begin at 11:00 a.m., after the town parade, on the porch of the Museum at 1850 Rochester Strcet According to Kimball, who has taught the history of music at the State University of New York at Geneseo since 1973, he and McClure (a rccent Geneseo graduate who majored in music) will play \typical small- town Upstate New York popular tunes from the nineteenth century.\ Most will be tunes (rather that singing songs), though the two will sing minstrel songs such as \Old Dan Tucker\ and \Darling Nellie Gray,\ commonly sung in itinerant minstrel shows that traveled throughout tile region between the late 18405 and 1910. Kimball and McClure will playa variety of nineteenth- century insuuments, including the liddle, dulcimer, jew's harp, life, pump organ, banjo, and bones. Though Kimball's set of bones is made of ebony, they were oftensticks of wood,spoons, or even the rib bones of cows in the nineteenth century. Among other tunes, Kimball and McClure will paly \Arkansas Traveler,\ \The Opera Reel,\ \The Crooked-S,\ \A Soldier's Joy,\ and \The Devil's Dream.\ Kimball's research into the history of music in this region in newspapers, tune lists, diaries, and tune books ha~ documented that these pieces were all performed often in this region. They will also play tunes composed by Lou Willey of Nunda in the 1980s, such as \The On-time Quadrille,\ and by sidney Grannis of Leroy, who copyrighted his \Do They Miss Me at Home?\ in 1854. Grannis was part of a traveling group called the Amphions, made up of Leroy and East Bloomlield mUSICIans, who performed thrOught this area in the nineteenth century. Kimball performs regularly at the Genesee Country Museum and at the Farmer's Museum in Cooperstown, New Yark. With others and with the Geneseo String Band, he has played in more that twelve counties in the Western ·New York region. The Tennie Burton Museum will be open after the town parade, sponsored by the Francis M. Dalton post of the American Legion. The men of the Lima Historical Society will sell hot dogs, lemonade, ice cream, and coffee during Kimball's and McClure's performance. A native of Ohio, Kimball has been researching the music of rural Western New Yark State since joining the Geneseo faculty. McClure, a member of the Geneseo String Band, is a native of York, New York. Rotary Works at Camp Haccamo On Friday and Saturday, May 8th and 9th, a group of Honeoye Falls Rotarian volunteers under the direction of Ralph Boston journeyed to Camp Haccamo to do reshingling and painting work on their residence cabin. The sUUcture is one of several built to accomodate an ever incrcasing number of campers. The local Rotary Club is one of thirteen clubs in Monroe county which operate the camp, providing a two week camping experience, free of charge, to handicapped children. A series of two week sessions are scheduled throughout the summer. Camp Haccamois located in Penlield, just south of Panorama Plaza. Don't Forget to Renew Your Subscription! Popeye Meets Sinbad at Library \Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor\ and several other films will be shown on Saturday, May 23 at 2:00 p.m. at the Mendon Public Library, 15 Monroc Street, Honeoye Falls. Another film \Two Balls of Wool\ is a puppet film in which objects on a sewing table come to life. \Seven With One Blow\ is the Grimm fairly tale about the little tailor who kills seven files with one blow of his yardstick.· And Popeye needs no introduction as he and Olive and Wimpy approach the island of Sinbad the Sailor. Find out what happens! The program lasts approximately 45 minutes. Waterco{or f£l(liibition through June 73 Marjorie Oi Salvio Valerie Larsen Marion Swierkos ( Ylustin 1farvarc{ (jaf[ery) 76 Park Ave., Rochester 244-8570 Tues'.-Sal. 10-5 Free ParkIng In Rear Adele Bmer, DIrector TIIURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981 . Page 11 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of Mendon will hold a Public Hearing on June 8, 1987 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as said hearing can be convened at the Town offices, 16 West Main Street, Honeoye Falls, New York, for the purpose of considering the adoption of Local Law NO. 3 of 1987. Said Local Law will change the elective offices of Town Clerk and Town Highway Superintendent to aP.llQintive offices, which change sl1all take effect January 1, 1990 and will be subject to the approval of the voters of the Town of Mendon at a referendum to be held at the general election on November 3, 1987. All persons interested in said hearing, may appear in pe~son or oy attorney .~d all wntten comments !lCrtammg to said hearing should be delivered to the Town Clerk's Office, during normal business hours, prior to the time of the hearing~ _ BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF MENDON. Dated: May 11,1987 June L. Smith Town Clerk T135-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON LOCAL LAW Public notice is hereby given that there has been presented to the Board of UUstees of the Village of Honeoye Falls on May 18, 1987, Local Law #3 of the year 1987, amending Chapter 36 of the laws of the Village of Honeoye Falls entitled Vehicle and Traffic, which Locai Law will provide that parking LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Planning Board of the Town of Mendon will hold a Public Hearing, pursuant to Section 276 of the Town Law on the application of Ray Capuano for approval of a seven (7) lot subdiVISion to be known as Parkside Trail Subdivision. Such subdivision is located Mendon Center Road south of Canfield Road. SAID HEARING will be held on the 10 da}' of June 1987 at the Town Offices at 9 North Main Street, Honeoye Falls, New York, at 8:00 p.m., Prevailing Time. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the application may be inspected at tfie Town Offices during normal business hours. All interested parties are invited to attend in person or by attorney and be heard. By order of the Planning Board of the Town of Mendon James A. C\ar~ Chairman Date May 15, 1907 NOTE: This application is with respect for a vanance to the 100' pond setback. T136-21 will be limited between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., to two (2) hours on the southerly side of Ontario Street, vesterly side of South Church Street, southerly side of Livingston Stree and easterly side of Peer Street, northerly side of Livingston Street, westerly side of Peer Street and northerly side of Ontario Street Therfore, pursuant to statute, the Board of Trustees of LEGAL NOTICE the Board of Education of the Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District hereby invites the submission of sealed bids for STUDENT FURNITURE Bids will be received until 10:00 am. on the 4th day of June, 1987 at the school District Office--20 Church St., Honeoye Falls, NY at which time and place 1Il1 bids will be publicly opened. S~ifications and bid forms may be obtained at the same office. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Gerald L. Burr Business Manager . R181-21 T134-21 LEGAL NOTICE The regular meeting of the Town Ifoard will be rescheduled from May 25 to May 27, 1987 at 7:30 p.m, at Town Hall, 16 West Main Street, Honeoye FallshN.Y. d8e to the Memorial Day Holiday. Dated: May 14, 1987 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD June L. Smith, Town Clerk Town of Mendon Tl37-21 the Village of the Honeoye Falls will hold a public hearing on the Local Law at the Village Hall, 5 East Street, Honeoye Falls, New York, at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st day of June, 1987 at which time all persons interested will be heard. Published in the Honeoye Falls Times DATED: May 18, 1987 Honeoye Falls, New York A. Mildred Parmelee, Clerk Tl38 c 21 COLDWELL BANKER MANNING REALTORS solVing Monroo & Uvingston Coun6es BARKER & NILSSON Attorneys 13 North Main Street, Honeoye Falls CURTIS W. BARKER PETER J. 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