2012 Olean Community Theatre presents Could I Have This Dance?

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Event Date(s): Fri, 05/11/2012 - 7:30pm - Sun, 05/13/2012 - 2:00pm
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Huntington's Disease is often referred to as “The Dance of Death”.  This hereditary disease causes  degeneration of the nervous system and is incurable.   That is the dilemma faced by two sisters whose mother has Huntington’s. It has affected every aspect of their romantic lives, and has also affected the life of their father who accepts and loves his wife as she is.  The girls and their father never lose their sense of humor, but the sisters are both repelled by the test and attracted to it, one desperate for the answer and one living in morbid fear of it. Could I Have This Dance? is about love and cherishing what life we are given. It is about difficult choices and a remaining question: Are we better off not looking at what the future holds?

Shows are at 7:30pm Friday and Saturday, and at 2pm on Sunday.

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This event will be held at:

Portville Central School Auditorium
500 Elm Street
Portville, NY 14770
United States
Phone: 716-375-1628
42° 2' 1.7412" N, 78° 19' 51.5352" W
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Top 10 site for Steelhead Fishing

Cattaraugus Creek has been listed in the top 10 sites for Steelhead Fishing (rainbow trout fishing) by 2 outdoor magazines. Steelhead Trout AKA Rainbow trout are very similar to Salmon in both taste and habits. Unlike other areas of the United States, our native Rainbow trout (Steelhead Trout) spend a majority of time in Lake Erie a freshwater lake and spawn in the Cattaraugus Creek and other tributaries.

The following is from the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation's article "Steelhead Fishing in Lake Erie Tributaries"

Lake Erie's tributary streams, both big and small, receive an annual run of migratory rainbow trout called "steelhead." From October through April, thousands of steelhead ascend New York's Lake Erie tributaries on their mission to spawn. Excellent fishing opportunities await any angler who wishes to try their hand at steelhead fishing. Between the acrobatic leaps, long drag-screaming runs and rod quaking head shakes, the fight of an early run steelhead is a truly exhilarating experience.

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