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Charitable events and revelry for a cause in October

From 2017’s Toast to Literacy event: Jon Willcox, Christine Roemer, and Dan Schmitt

Photo by Nancy J. Parisi



Dining Out for Life

October 9, at over eighty restaurants throughout Western New York

Ellen and Steve Gedra of The Black Sheep are the 2018 honorary co-chairs for one of WNY’s most beloved—and easiest to support—fundraisers. All you have to do is go out to breakfast, lunch, or dinner (or all three) on Tuesday, October 9. Participating restaurants donate twenty-five percent or more of the proceeds for that day to Evergreen Health, which has been fighting HIV/AIDS and providing services to those affected by disease since 1983. Reservations are encouraged; see the website for a complete list of restaurants. Dining Out for Life is presented by Evergreen Health and KeyBank.

Visit diningoutforlife.com/wny for more information.



October 19, 6–9 p.m. at Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

This event has returned to the museum by popular demand. It focuses on fun-raising, with open bar, live music, hors d’oeuvres and carving stations, a silent auction, and more.

Call 286-8200 or visit castellaniartmuseum.org for more information.


A Toast to Literacy

6–8 p.m., October 24 at Resurgence Brewing Company, 1250 Niagara Street

Enjoy lavish hors d’oeuvres, drinks, silent auction, and live music at this party celebrating the important work of Literacy New York.

Visit literacybuffalo.org for more information.


From last year’s Spree Happy Hour at Sear: Debbie Mazzariello, Miranda Linehan, and Rachel Guarino



Hot Off the Press Happy Hour/Issue Launch

5:30–7:30 p.m., October 24 at The Place, 229 Lexington Avenue

Mingle with Spree staff, writers, and article subjects at this fun, casual event that celebrates the launch of a new issue. Attendees receive free copies of Spree, complimentary snacks, and drink specials.

Email adowdell@buffalospree.com or call 972-2244.



To see our full calendar of events, entertainment listings, and more, visit our Events page.


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