4 April 2017

Brooks Memorial Hospital Golf Tournament

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27 March 2017

City of Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas receives plaque recognizing the completion of the Seawall Project

City of Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas received a plaque from Nussbaumer & Clarke Engineers recognizing the completion of the Seawall Project.

27 March 2017

24 March 2017

10th Annual Dunkirk Dunks for Donations Charity Basketball Game

21 March 2017

World War II Vets Club wins third straight men’s floor hockey championship

The World War II Vets Club defeated the Moniuszko Club, 3-0, to win the City of Dunkirk men’s floor hockey championship. With the win, the World War II Vets Club captured its third consecutive city championship. Pictured are members of the team. They are, in front, Brayden Kuzdale. In the second row, from left, are Dan Westin, Joey Jagoda, Mark Zaffalon and Robert Bajdas. In back are Steve Kuzdale, Brian Wojcinski, Mike Burnett, Cory Dziduch, Andy Harrington and Jay Burnett. Missing from photo are Mike Rozewicz, Scott Leamer, Rob Westin and Pat Westin. Above, Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas takes part in the ceremonial puck drop before the championship game.

20 March 2017

Press Release

City of Dunkirk Public Works has arranged for the 2017 Curbside Collection Schedule to be placed in the Penny Saver the weekend of April 1-2.

City residents are urged to look for the calendar and keep it for reference of upcoming DPW events including recycling, brush pickup, bulk pickup and other city services.

13 March 2017

Great Lakes Experience Festival still seeking Sponsors


A popular waterfront event is returning this June to Dunkirk.

For the fourth time in five years, the Great Lakes Experience will be part of the city’s upcoming events for the spring and summer months. The event is to take place at the city-owned lot between the Clarion Hotel and Tim Hortons from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 17.

“The festival targets all members of the community — young and old, avid fishermen and those attempting their first cast,” said Hector Rosas, special events and Dunkirk Festivals coordinator.

In addition to the festival, which is presented in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of the Lower Great Lakes Region, there also will be fishing for youth at the site in the hours preceding the event.

“Every year, the Great Lakes Experience invites local wildlife and environmental organizations to participate in the festival,” Rosas said. “Each of these groups has a tent with a display that represents their organization’s mission and purpose. … The festival includes many activities and demonstrations that draw the interest of young and old alike.”


The first Great Lakes Experience was held in Memorial Park in 2013 and the event continued through 2015. In all, more than 6,500 people attended the three events, which included a number of exhibits focusing on the lake, fish, birds and even the Buffalo Zoomobile.

For those seeking more information — or who would like to help sponsor the event, call the city of Dunkirk at 366-9877.

Source: http://www.observertoday.com/news/page-one/2017/03/celeb-lake-tion/

10 March 2017

Howard Avenue Culvert Project

Here is a rendering of the Howard Avenue Culvert Project

9 March 2017

FREE Pre-School Program for 3-year-olds

3 March 2017

9ER District Training to be held at Clarion Hotel in Dunkirk

Bob Wood announces US Coast Guard 9ER District Training at the Clarion Hotel in Dunkirk. Please click here for more information.