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NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUP: The Oxford Square Block Club Association will hold a neighborhood cleanup from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, beginning in the parking lot at Oxford and Lafayette avenues. Volunteers are asked to bring rakes, brooms, shovels and gloves. In addition, the block club will begin turning the Oxford/Lafayette lot into a community garden and play space for neighborhood children.

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DANCE PERFORMANCE: The Moving Miracles Dance Company will present its annual dance performance, "My Signature Style," at noon and 4 p.m. Sunday in East Aurora High School, 1003 Center Road, East Aurora. More than 120 dancers will showcase numbers in ballet, tap, jazz, modern/contemporary and creative movement. Moving Miracles is a not-for-profit organization providing dance education for special needs.

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STUDENT ART: The Lancaster Academy of the Visual and Performing Arts is presenting the Academy Senior Student Exhibition Open Reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, at 11 West Main St. in the Village of Lancaster. The exhibit features more than 100 artworks by 15 Lancaster High School seniors. Admission is free. Additional gallery hours: 6-8 p.m., Thursday; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. next Saturday; 6-8 p.m. May 10, May 12, May 17 and May 24.

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INNOVATION CONVERSATION: WNED-AM 970's Innovation Trail will host an Innovation Conversation, "The Future of Fracking," at 7 p.m. Wednesday in WNED Studios, 140 Lower Terrace, Buffalo. The event is hosted by Daniel Robison and will feature expert panelists, including Martin Casstevens, director, Directed Energy; Sarah Eckel, legislative director, Citizens Campaign for the Environment; and Michael Joy, oil and gas attorney for Biltekoff and Joy. The event is free; call 845-7040.

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LUNCHEON LECTURE: Donald Alessi, board chairman, Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park, celebrates 30 years on Buffalo's Waterfront, at the next Working for Downtown Brown Bag Lunch Series talk, from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesdayin the second-floor meeting room of the Central Library, 1 Lafayette Square. Reservations are required. Contact Lynn Waclawek to order a $10 lunch at lwaclawek@mtb.com.

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