Reporters’ diary: June 29, 2022 – Second sight | Local News


SEZ FUB OLAF: According to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of the “Little Prince” and born on this date in 1900, “It is only with the heart that one can see correctly; what is essential is invisible to the eyes.”

TO FEEL BETTER – Sessions with healthcare professionals, information on infant care, free yoga classes and 20 vendor exhibits are featured from 4-7 p.m. today at Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson St., in the Women’s Way to Wellness Expo.

Hosted by Catholic Health and Trinity OB/GYN & Midwifery Care, it will highlight a variety of services provided to women of all ages and include free giveaways. Free entry. For more information and to register, visit

TECHNOLOGY – The Tosh Collins Community Center, 35 Cazenovia Street, is partnering with the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library to offer a series of free 13-week computer classes for seniors from 1-3 p.m. Thursdays , from July 7 to September 29. Prior registration required. Dial 716-822-4532 ext. 0, or email [email protected]

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THE WAY WE WERE – Historian and author Rick Falkowski will give a free presentation on Buffalo society and culture in the early 1900s at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Tonawanda City Library, 333 Main Street, Tonawanda.

DINNER TIME – Ebenezer United Church of Christ, 630 Main St., West Seneca, is hosting a BW Chicken BBQ from 3-6 p.m. Thursday. Lunches are $14, take-out only. Advance tickets available today at Proceeds benefit Plymouth Crossroads, which helps runaway and homeless youth.

FREE – Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village, 3755 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst, is offering free admission on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays for the remainder of the season, which ends October 29. For more information, call 716-689-1440 or visit

HAPPY BIRTHDAY – Matthew Louisos, Geoffrey Tocin, Bill Feder, Beverly Feder, Christine Ambrosone, Naomi Sakovics, Lisa Keane, Troy Griggsby, Sue Raichilson, Frances I. Brown, Tony Cardamone, Marcus Rogowski, Jeffrey Morgano, Zackary Coburn, Camden Roy, Susan Tracy, Bill Gugino and Lauren Boyle

AND THURSDAY – Aaron Mentkowski, Dianne Bennett, Michelle Petrazzoulo, Lindy Korn, Katie Krawczyk, Erin Frances Young, Carmina Rogers, Stanley R. Jok, Patrick Meegan, Max Leatherbarrow, Terri Fuksa, Chris Cummings, John Cipolla, Ryan Ryan, Treena Mooar, John Racsumberger , Carmina Rogers, Lin Fordyce, Adam Musilli, Sue Cook, Harvey Schiller, Christine E. Nowak and Lyn Bullock.

To submit birthdays and other items of interest to Reporters’ Notebook, please email [email protected] or send a letter to Reporters’ Notebook, Buffalo News, Box 100, Buffalo, NY 14240.

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