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Charitable events and revelry for a cause




 

October 1

Dining Out for Life

Make plans to have breakfast, lunch, dinner, or all three  at participating restaurants on October 1 and expect at least twenty-five percent of the cost of your meal to help in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Organized by Evergreen Health, with Steve and Ellen Gedra of Black Sheep as cochairs. Reservations are recommended.

diningoutforlife.com/city/wny

 

October 4

Spree-sponsored

Girls on the Run Rock the Runway

Support important programs for girls at this fun fashion show.

6–10 p.m. at 500 Seneca

(500 Seneca Street)

gotrbuffalo.org

 

October 6

Spree-sponsored

Dash for Diversity

Participants can walk or take part in a relay race at this event promoting community understanding.

10:15 a.m. at Buffalo State College Sports Arena

(Grant Street entrance)

nfjcwny.org, 853-9596

 

October 17

Spree-sponsored

Fashion Show with a Twist

Support Haven House by attending this evening of food, fashion, shopping, and more.

5:30–8:30 p.m. at Samuel's Grande Manor

(8750 Main Street, Williamsville)

cfsbny.org, 842-2750

 

October 18

Hospice Harvest Festival

Fall-themed wine and beer tastings are offered, as well as hors d'oeuvres, dinner, a live auction, and dancing at this important benefit event for Hospice Buffalo.

6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency

(2 Fountain Plaza)

hospiceharvestfest.com, 686-8090

 

October 22

A Toast to Literacy

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

6–8:30 p.m. at Resurgence Brewery

(1250 Niagara Street.)

literacybuffalo.org

 

October 23

Spree-sponsored

Happy Hour Issue Launch

Mingle with Spree staff, writers, and article subjects. Attendees receive free copies of Spree, complimentary snacks, and drink specials.

5:30–7:30 p.m. at Community Beer Works (520 Seventh Street)

Email bfrey@buffalospree.com, 924-2242

 

October 26

1812 Regency Night Fundraiser

This lavish event includes fine fare, spirits, music, parlor games, auctions, and more. Enjoy the company of friends while supporting Hull House.

6–9 p.m. at the Twentieth Century Club

(595 Delaware Avenue)

hullfamilyhome.com, 837-7032

 

 

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