HOME TOUR: Buffalo Bills defensive line coach Chuck Dickerson and his wife, Shirley, will hold a tour of their home at 26 Canterbury Lane, East Aurora, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday. There is a $25 donation per person and art, antiques and other items will be on sale with proceeds going to charity. The door prize will be a Lowrey Festival organ, donated by Denton Cottier & Daniels. Call 655-2819.
HOCKEY: "Women Understanding Hockey", a classroom program designed to assist women in learning more about the National Hockey League, will begin its second year Jan. 7 at Trocaire College, 110 Red Jacket Parkway, Buffalo.
Registration is $25 for the credit-free course that will continue five other weeks -- Jan. 14, 22, 28 and Feb. 4 and 12 from 6:30-9 p.m. Call 826-1200, ext. 23 4/2 35. . . . Local teams needed to compete against Canadian and other U.S. teams from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio in the Pepsi Cola Tournament of Champions at Holiday and Leisure rinks during March and April, 1991. Openings remain for House League, Tier II and Tier III teams, ages 7-13. Call Mark Grundtisch or John McFall Sr. at 685-3660.
WEST SENECA RECREATION: Residents can register for youth gymnastics (age 5 and up), Learn to Skate (age 6 and up) and over 30 hockey at the Kiwanis Youth Center, 50 Legion Drive, Dec. 17-21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
VOLLEYBALL: The Cheetah Club will hold its first organizational meeting and practice Sunday from 4-7 p.m. at Sweet Home High School. The club is open to female high school juniors or younger. For information, contact Sally Kus at 837-3500.