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This week Some recommended events for the week of Sept. 6-12

>WEDNESDAY

On the wild side

What: Dance meditation

Why: Contemplate your inner self while you exercise your outer self.

What else: After the class, hit the beach to watch the sunset!

Info: 7 p.m. at Get Bent Yoga Studio, 7174 Erie Road, Derby. $10. Call 947-5868 or e-mail paula@getbentyogastudio.com

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>FRIDAY

One if by land

What: Lighthouses of the Seaway Trail

Why: As summer winds down, gather and enjoy an evening at the shore while you learn about these stately and historic structures.

What else: The life of a lighthouse keeper was far from boring. Find out why!

Info: From 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Woodlawn Beach State Park. To register, call 826-8895.

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Got pom-poms?

What: Peach Festival Cheerleading Contest

Why: Let the junior pep squads give you something to shout about.

What else: Arrive at 5 p.m. and hear our national anthem performed by Mrs. Al Frosolone jane is checking for the first name name

Info: From 5 to 8 p.m. in the stage area of Academy Park in Lewiston.

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Rock your soul

What: Free Music Friday

Why: Featuring 7 Number 7, formerly the Great Train Robbery

What else: Free music Fridays continue through September and into October.

Info: From 8 p.m. to midnight at the Hard Rock Cafe, 333 Prospect St., Niagara Falls.

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Cause for action

What: Harambee

Why: A benefit to help the people of Kenya and Tanzania.

What else: Featuring music by Cold Blues, theme basket raffle, hors d'oeuvres and dessert. Cash bar.

Info: From 6 to 9 p.m. at Sonoma Grille, 5010 Main St., Snyder. Donation $20. Call 759-6345 for reservations.

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>SATURDAY

Water, baby

What: Nature Cruise

Why: This three-hour cruise on the Miss Buffalo will view Buffalo Harbor, Lake Erie, Niagara River and the Black Rock Canal.

What else: Guides will discuss lake formation, fisheries, aquatic biology, birding and historic points of interest. After completion, expect a tour of the Buffalo Lighthouse.

Info: Bring a windbreaker, rubber-soled shoes, your camera and binoculars. Cost $25 adults, $22 children. To register, call Hamburg Natural History Society at 627-4560 or visit www.penndixie.org.

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