NIAGARA FALLS, NY (Oakwood Cemetery) - Oakwood Cemetery has a spot for you, no matter what your talent might be. Please check out our Volunteer section, and find something that interests you. Get in on the ground floor to help bring Oakwood back to top of Western New York's mind. Jobs are varied, some require little work, some require a lot. Whatever you can handle, Oakwood has a volunteer position for you. Click on our Volunteer page to read more!
NIAGARA FALLS, NY (Oakwood Cemetery) - Many thanks to Tim and Barbara Maloney of FantasticPhotoArt.net for being our photographers on many occassions. Tim and Barbara photograph the cemetery and many other civic functions, like the NACC and City Hall. You can see their work by clicking the above link, and the Stunters Tour pics by clicking here.
NIAGARA FALLS, NY (Oakwood Cemetery) - Honeymoon Sweets of Niagara is offering a new line of chocolate to honor Niagara Falls stunting past. "Niagara Daredevil Chocolates" is the sweet concoction of local candy maker Mary Ann Hess. The new line includes a barrel in honor of Annie Edson Taylor, the first person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a real barrel. There is also a panoramic scene of the Horseshoe Falls with a tightrope walker, and this will benefit Heart Love and Soul Food Pantry. A third candy bar is yet to come with children flying kites of the gorge to benefit the Niagara Lions Club.
UPDATE: Friday's Stunters Rest Tour is FREE!
International television networks covering the Wallenda walk have shown interest in covering our tour. We would love a significant group of people to come see our cemetery and learn about our "resident" stunters. We have decided to open Friday Tour to the public for free!
NIAGARA FALLS, NY (Oakwood Cemetery) - Visit some of Niagara's most colorful characters. Oakwood Cemetery's "Where the Stunters Rest" Tour will take you to meet Annie Edson Taylor face to face. Join her and visit Carlisle Graham, Capt. Matthew Webb, and Francis Abbott (the Hermit of Niagara). Learn of their adventures, and capture the excitement they caused.
Three tours are available. One on Friday June 15 at 2pm, and two on Saturday June 16, one at 10am and one at noon. Click here to buy your tickets pre sale.
NIAGARA FALLS, NY (Oakwood Cemetery) - On Sunday, April 29, 2012 the Armenian Community of Niagara Falls came together for a Requiem Service in the cemetery. The event was well attended, bringing together the two Armenian Apostolic Churches in town. The congregations St. Sarkis and St. Hagop honored the over 500 souls of Armenian descent that rest in Oakwood Cemetery. Click the picture to see more photos.