"Fantasies in Fashion,” dubbed a "music, fashion, and art expression show" will be held on May 29 at Town Ballroom to benefit the Literacy Volunteers of Buffalo and Erie County.
Our previews of interesting/fun local happenings.
If it’s farmer’s market time in Williamsville, summer is close. Tomorrow, May 22, the popular market starts its fourth year with a new name: Market at the Mill.
On Sunday, May 30, Forest Lawn Cemetery will host Muster in the Meadows, a day-long commemoration of the Civil War and a tribute to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Presidential visits to Buffalo don't happen that often, and, regardless of your politics, it's good to get the attention!
Get ready to scavenge. Bucks4Books—the chain store that purchases textbooks back from students—is launching an all-out scavenger hunt this month.
Dubbed the Buffalo First Local Business Mixer, the event aims to provide independent businesses owners a chance to talk about things that are and can be done in their individual neighborhoods to bring forth investment and further needed transformations.
Hope you got to Powder Keg this weekend—we did!
"Recognition of Female Prose & Poetry" featuring past and present literary figures and original new works will be held from 2–5 p.m. on Sunday, February 28 at El Buen Amigo, 114 Elmwood Avenue.
Tunes4food will be hosting its third concert benefiting Sophie’s Club and the Food Bank of Western New York at Mohawk Place on March 19, and the revival concert will feature bands from the 1970s and 1980s Buffalo punk scene, including the reunion of the iconic Pauline & the Perils
Now, you can have an impact on regional wildlife, habitat restoration, and recovery efforts, and learn more about the local effect of marshes. On Saturday, February 20, Bird Studies Canada’s Marsh Monitoring Program and the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper will host a Marsh Monitoring Program Citizen Science Training Session.