Briefs…

Lioness to meet

The Lioness Club will meet this Monday, Feb. 4, at the Warren Moose Lodge 109 at 6 p.m.

Lucy Valentine

The Lucy Desi Center for Comedy will be offering a Valentine’s evening of comedy and romance at its museum attractions on Saturday, Feb. 16. A cocktail hour in the Desilu Studios among Emmy Awards and vintage memorabilia, a candle-light dinner in Ricky Ricardo’s nightclub, the Tropicana Room, and live comedy by stand-up Nick Siracuse (writer for Jay Leno and Arsenio Hall) are all included. The night will conclude with a screening in the Lucy Desi Museum of the I Love Lucy episode, “The Marriage License”, where Lucy and Ricky Ricardo re-create the day they became engaged.

Tickets are $75 per couple and are available at Lucy-Desi.com, or by calling the Lucy Desi Center at (716) 484-0800. Space is limited. Beer and wine will be served by cash donation. The Lucy Desi Center for Comedy is a non-profit, so all proceeds from the event will go towards supporting comedic programs and museum maintenance.

Community Music

Project rehearses

Rehearsals for the last concert of Community Music Project’s subscription series, “The Celebration of Song,” will begin Monday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church, Jamestown, N.Y. The concert date is Sunday, April 28, at 4 p.m.

Directed by Rebecca Ryan, the Jamestown Choral Society and the Chautauqua Chamber Singers will be joined by the Southwestern Central School Concert Choir and the Mercyhurst College Choir. The performance will be one of great choral masterworks including movements from Vivaldi’s “Gloria,” the Mozart “Requiem,” the B minor Mass by Bach and Bernstein’s “Chitchester Psalms.” A 28-piece orchestra will accompany the chorus making the concert exciting for both singers and audience.

All area singers are invited to participate in this wonderful opportunity. For more information, call Community Music Project, Inc. at (716) 664-2227.

Library seeks

tech volunteers

The increasing number of people purchasing eReaders has led to a need for volunteers willing to assist people who are having difficulty with their devices through the Warren Public Library. If you have an ipad, ipod, nook, kindle, kindle fire, etc. and are willing to offer assistance to others who have the same device, contact Sharon Gage, the adult services librarian, at sgage@warrenlibrary.org. She will contact you and discuss the details.