September 24 - First fall museum program: Ryan's presentation on POW camp at Chatauqua County Fairgrounds during WWII. At the museum at 6:30 .
September 25 - Pizza Hut night PH gives 20% of their take to the museum.
September 29 (Sat.) - Monte Carlo night at the 'Moose Club starting at 7. The ticket gives attendees free food and entertainment. Raffles will take place giving attendees a chance to win food prizes--steaks, shrimp, lobster, and there is a "gaming room".
October 17 (Wed.) - Second fall museum program: Power point program on Truk Lagoon underwater photos of WWII Japanese wrecks
November - Nov. 3 (Sat) - pancake breakfast at Appleby's. Tickets available from board members.
Nov.8 (Thurs.) - Museum program with Richard Titus and his book "No One Forgets" on Chautauqua County WWII vets who lost heir lives in the war.
This painting was commissioned by the Historical Society of Dunkirk in 1976 and painted by William Burt. It depicts Dunkirk’s triumphant moment when the New York and Erie Railroad arrived at its terminus at Dunkirk at May 15, 1851, completing the longest railroad line in the nation to that date, 446 miles. It now hangs in City Hall. Then Horatio Brooks is superimposed at the left. He founded the Brooks Locomotive Works in 1869.