Events to keep your eye on

Now that Spring is here, discover all there is to do inside and out in April




 

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1

Spring Flower Exhibit

Celebrate the colors and sensations of spring under the dome. 

Through April 23 at Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens (2655 S. Park Ave.; buffalogardens.com or 827-1584) 

 

9th Annual Edible Book Festival

Participants create edible books that are exhibited, documented, and then consumed.

3–6 p.m at Western New York Book Arts Center (468 Washington St.; wnybookarts.org or 348-1430)

 

Buffalo Wine Festival

An exciting wine tasting, food, and shopping festival

1–9 p.m. at Buffalo Niagara Convention Center (153 Franklin St.; buffaloconvention.com)

 

3

Paints Uncorked

A fun evening of painting and sipping wine 

7–9 p.m. at Kenan Center (433 Locust St., Lockport; kenancenter.org or 443-2617)

 

4

Russian National Ballet Theatre in Swan Lake

The revered ballet, with music by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Petipa, is performed by this acclaimed company.

7:30 p.m at Mainstage Theatre (Center for the Arts, UB North Campus, Amherst; ubcfa.org or 645-6915)

 

Erie County Wind Ensemble

This mixed group of players performs the best of the wind literature.

7:30 p.m. at Rockwell Hall (Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave.; buffalostatepac.org or 878-3005) 

 

Imagine Buffalo Series

The weekly program features a video and speaker, TBD.

Tuesdays through April 25 at Downtown Central Library (1 Lafayette Sq.; buffalolub.org or 858-8050) 

 

5

Me and My Girl 

Bill Snibson must abandon his old life and love to claim the title of Earl of Hareford.

Through October 15 at Festival Theatre (10 Queen’s Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON; shawfest.com or 905-468-2172)

 

Cultivate Cinema Circle: Ghosts

A woman travels to Berlin every year to search for her daughter who was abducted at age three. 

7 p.m. at Squeaky Wheel (Market Arcade Center, 617 Main St.; squeaky.org or 884-7172)

 

6

The Trial of Trayvon Martin 

This hypothetical play turns the events of Trayvon Martin’s death around and looks at racial injustice. 

Through May 6 at The Subversive Theatre Collective at Manny Fried Playhouse (Great Arrow Building, 255 Great Arrow Ave.; subversivetheatre.org or 408-0499)

 

Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre Band

Jethro Tull’s guitarist and his band play the classics. 

7–10 p.m. at Sportsmen’s Tavern (326 Amherst St.; sportsmensbuffalo.com or 874-7734) 

 

For Home and Country

The Buffalo History Museum premieres its new World War I exhibit. 

5–8 p.m. at The Buffalo History Museum (One Museum Court; buffalohistory.org or 873 9644)

 

Steve Rannazzisi

This actor/comedian has been featured on Comedy Central and FX’s hit show, The League. 

Through April 8 at Helium (30 Mississippi St.; heliumcomedy.com/buffalo or 858-1211) 

 

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M&T First Fridays @ The Gallery 

Select events, including tours, performances, and drop-in activities are free all day. 

10 a.m.–10 p.m. at Albright-Knox Art Gallery (1285 Elmwood Ave.; albrightknox.org or 882-8700)

 

Periphery

The Contortionist turns heads with its electrifying sound. 

6 p.m at Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.; e or 853-5483)

 

Zodiaque Dance Ensemble

One of UB’s resident student dance companies presents provocative works.

Through April 9 at Mainstage Theatre (Center for the Arts, UB North Campus, Amherst; ubcfa.org or 645-6915)

 

Credence Clearwater Revival Tribute

Canada’s Green River Revival band pays tribute to CCR. 

7:30 p.m. at Lancaster Opera House (21 Central Ave., Lancaster; lancopera.org or 683-1776)

 

Jaume Franquesa

Franquesa’s talk, “Messy Ground: Wind, Profits, and Livelihoods,” studies the development of wind energy in Spain. 

4 p.m. at Hallwalls (Babeville, 341 Delaware Ave.; hallwalls.org or 854-1694)

 

 

Watercolors with Kathy & Jody Live Taping

Artists Kathleen Giles and Jody Ziehm bring their popular cable TV show to the Kenan Center.

7–9 p.m. at Kenan Center Gallery (433 Locust St., Lockport; kenancenter.org or 443-2617)

 

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

An egg-citing breakfast with the Easter Bunny

April 8–9 at Buffalo Zoo (300 Parkside Ave.; buffalozoo.org or 837-3900)  

 

Medicinal Garden Features

Participate in activities for World Health Week. 

10 a.m.–2 p.m. at Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens (2655 S Park Ave.; buffalogardens.com or 827-1584)

 

SEAster

The Aquarium of Niagara’s event includes a visit with the Easter Bunny, experiments, and much more. 

9 a.m.–5 p.m. at Aquarium of Niagara (701 Whirlpool St., Niagara Falls; aquariumofniagara.org or 285-3575)

 

TAG: Character Animator

Learn to create, rig, and animate your own puppets through the Tech Arts for Girls program.

Through April 29 at Squeaky Wheel (Market Arcade Center, 617 Main St.; squeaky.org or 884-7172)

 

Hotel California: A Tribute to the Eagles

Hear all the hits from “Life in the Fast Lane” to “Desperado.”

7:30 p.m. at Lancaster Opera House (21 Central Ave., Lancaster; lancopera.org or 683-1776)

 

Duende

Saxophonist Ethan Miller and guitarist Kyrstin O’Mara come together onstage. 

Springville Center for the Arts (37 North Buffalo St., Springville; 592-9038 or springvillearts.org)

 

Tony Orlando 

Orlando captivates audiences with charm while performing favorite hits.

7 p.m. at Seneca Allegany Casino (77 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca; senecaalleganycasino.com or 877-873-6322)

 

The Continuous Journey

This exhibit features paintings and animation by Joseph Frank.

Through April 14 at Sugar City (1239 Niagara St.; buffalosugarcity.org)

 

Adult Art Class: Figure Painting

Learn figure painting techniques in this four-part series. 

Through April 29 at Albright-Knox Art Gallery (1285 Elmwood Ave.; albrightknox.org or 882-8700)

 

Spring Break

Family-friendly activities to keep you sane and the kids happy

Through April 22 at Corning Museum of Glass (One Museum Way, Corning; cmog.org or 800-732-6845)

 

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Jewish Jazz

Music and art from two generations of the Weiser family includes Klezmer-style music and American jazz from Daniel Weiser and paintings by Milton Weiser.

2 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center (1300 Elmwood Ave.; burchfieldpenney.org or 878-6011) 

 

10

Peter Evans Septet

Trumpet player, improviser, and composer Evans leads the septet. 

8 p.m. at Hallwalls (Babeville, 341 Delaware Ave.; hallwalls.org or 854-1694)

 

11

The Madness of George III

The king is exposed after he begins to lose his speech and bodily functions in this political comedy. 

Through October 15 at Royal George Theatre (85 Queen St., Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON; shawfest.com or 905-468-2172) 

 

Center for 21st Century Music: Slee Sinfonietta 

Robert Trevino, conductor, performs transcriptions of Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Debussy’s Afternoon of a Faun.

7:30–9:30 p.m. at Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall (UB North Campus, Amherst; slee.buffalo.edu or 645-2921)

 

NFCI’s Culinary Series 

This school offers hands-on culinary classes. Some programs include: Easter Basket Cake-piping, Apr. 11; Make Your Own Breakfast, Apr. 12; and Around the World in a Glass of Bubbles, Apr. 14.

Through April 29 at Niagara Falls Culinary Institute (28 Old Falls St., Niagara Falls; nfculinary.org or 210-2525) 

 

Defiant Monkey Improv Jam

Fun, improvisational games for adults

7–9 p.m. at Kenan Center (433 Locust St., Lockport; kenancenter.org or 443-2617)

 

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DIVA by DIVA: A Celebration of Women!

The award-winning original hit is filled with songs, readings, humor, and quotes by, for, and about women. 

7:30 p.m. at O’Connell & Company (The Park School of Buffalo, 4625 Harlem Rd., Snyder; oconnellandcompany.com or 848-0800) 

 

13

Book Club: Black Irish

This explosive thriller by Stan Talty follows a homicide detective who returns home and confronts her own past while pursuing a serial killer. 

5: 30 p.m.–7 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center (1300 Elmwood Ave.; burchfieldpenney.org or 878-6011) 

 

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What it Meant to Be Modern, 1910-1965

These five artists were chosen for the diversity of their art at a time when a new way of exploring an image flourished.

April 14 to June 23 at Burchfield Penney Art Center (1300 Elmwood Ave.; burchfieldpenney.org or 878-6011)

 

Operators

Featuring Dan Boeckner on vocals, guitar, and synths

7 p.m. at Town Ballroom (681 Main St.; townballroom.com or 852-3900)

 

The Musical Box: Encore Performance

The Genesis tribute band returns for a special encore performance. 

8 p.m. at Riviera Theatre (67 Webster St., North Tonawanda, rivieratheatre.org or 692-2413) 

 

M&T Second Fridays

With the support of M&T Bank, the Burchfield Penney hosts programs, concerts, happy hours, and other special events. 

10 a.m.– 8 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center (1300 Elmwood Ave.; burchfieldpenney.org or 878-6011) 

 

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Easter Egg Hunt

Annual Easter egg hunt for kids ages seven and under 

11 a.m.–5 p.m. at Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens (2655 S Park Ave.; buffalogardens.com or 827-1584)

 

Visions of an Island: Sky Hopinka in Person

Milwaukee-based artist Sky Hopinka will present a screening of three of his films.

7 p.m. at Squeaky Wheel (Market Arcade Center, 617 Main St.; squeaky.org or 884-7172) 

 

DeadPhish Orchestra

A seamless web of Grateful Dead and Phish to Split Open & Melt Your Face

9 p.m at Tralf Music Hall (622 Main St.; tralfmusichall.com or 835-3500)

 

Natural Egg Dyeing

Discover how spices, fruits, vegetables, and other natural materials create natural colors and patterns as you dye eggs. 

10:30 a.m. at Reinstein Woods Environmental Education Center (93 Honorine Dr., Depew; dec.ny.gov or 683-5959) 

 

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Monsieur Perine

Award-winning Colombian gypsy jazz and Latin swing band

7 p.m. at Mainstage Theatre (Center for the Arts, UB North Campus, Amherst; ubcfa.org or 645-6915)

 

Celtic Woman

International music sensation presents a new show featuring music from the Voices of Angels album. 

7 p.m. at Shea’s Performing Art Center (646 Main St.; sheas.org or 847-0850, for tickets 800-745-3000)

 

Intro to Ukulele

Beginner classes meet three times to learn basic chords and song structure. 

7–8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays through May 2 at Springville Center for the Arts (37 North Buffalo St., Springville; 592-9038 or springvillearts.org)

 

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Buffalo State Wind Ensemble

The Wind Ensemble performs traditional works and various contemporary styles.

7:30 p.m. at Rockwell Hall (Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave.; buffalostatepac.org or 878-3005) 

 

Million Dollar Quartet 

This Tony Award-winning musical features the collaborations of Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley. 

Through May 28 at MusicalFare Theatre (Daemen College, 4380 Main St. Amherst; musicalfare.com or 839-8540)

 

TAUK w/ Special Guests

Music group TAUK brings their unique blend of funk, hip-hop, progressive rock, and jazz to the stage. 

9 p.m. at Buffalo Iron Works (49 Illinois St.; buffaloironworks.com or 200-1893)

 

20

Babel: Dave Eggers

American novelist and McSweeney’s founder Dave Eggers concludes the 2016–17 Babel series with a discussion of his newest book, A Hologram for the King.

8 p.m at Kleinhans Music Hall (3 Symphony Cir.; kleinhansbuffalo.org or 885-5000)

 

Eric Church

Singer-songwriter Eric Church performs.

8 p.m. at KeyBank Center (1 Seymour H. Knox III Plaza; keybank.centerbuffalo.com or 888-223-6000) 

 

I’m Fine

A middle-aged widower learns to cope with his new existence.

Through May 13 at Alleyway Theatre (1 Curtain Up Alley; alleyway.com or 852-2600)

 

The Cemetery Club 

The dynamic of three Jewish widows is changed once Sam the butcher enters the scene.

Through May 21 at O’Connell & Company (The Park School of Buffalo, 4625 Harlem Rd., Snyder; oconnellandcompany.com or 848-0800) 

 

The Pajama Game

A feisty pajama factory representative meets her match with Sid, the shop superintendent, and romance blossoms. 

Through April 30 at The Leary Theatre (Niagara University, 16 Vincentian Dr.; theatre.niagara.edu or 286-8685) 

 

Helium Presents: Drew Lynch 

A newcomer in the world of stand-up comedy, Drew Lynch got his start on America’s Got Talent.

Through April 22 at Helium (30 Mississippi St.; heliumcomedy.com/buffalo or 853-1211) 

 

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Buddy Guy

Guy, 80, is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and was a major influence on Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

8 p.m. at Mainstage Theatre (Center for the Arts, UB North Campus, Amherst; ubcfa.org or 645-6915)

 

Modern Baseball

In just a few short years, the band has gone from college freshmen to self-recording their first record to worldwide phenomenon. 

7 p.m. at Town Ballroom (681 Main St.; townballroom.com or 852-3900)

 

Cabinet

Long-time fans will love the new material, and the uninitiated will be won over.

9 p.m at Buffalo Iron Works (49 Illinois St.; buffaloironworks.com or 200-1893)

 

The Winslow Boy

After being expelled from naval college, a fourteen-year old boy struggles to prove his innocence.

Through May 14 at Irish Classical Theatre (Andrews Theatre, 625 Main St.; irishclassicaltheatre.com or 853-1380)

 

Godspell 

A small group of people help Jesus Christ tell parables through games, storytelling, and comedy. 

Through May 7 at Lancaster Opera House (21 Central Ave., Lancaster; lancopera.org or 683-1776) 

 

Raven and the Wren

The band offers a modern take on the themes of classic American roots music. 

8 p.m. at Springville Center for the Arts (37 North Buffalo St., Springville; 592-9038 or springvillearts.org)

 

Nathan Laube

The fifth in the Slee Visiting Artist Concert Series features organist Laube of St. Joseph’s Cathedral.

7:30–9:30 p.m. at Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall (UB North Campus, Amherst; slee.buffalo.edu or 645-2921)

 

M&T Third Fridays

In collaboration with M&T Bank, The Buffalo History Museum offers free admission all day. 

10 a.m.–5 p.m. at The Buffalo History Museum (One Museum Court; buffalohistory.org or 873 9644)

 

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Patriots Day Weekend

Commemorate the opening of the American Revolution, April 19, 1775.

Through April 23 at Old Fort Niagara (Youngstown; oldfortniagara.org or 745-7611)

 

’80s Live Band Karaoke 

Sing your favorite ’80s songs onstage with a live backing band.

10 p.m. at Studio at Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.; waitingroombuffalo.com or 853-5483)

 

BNYC – Invitational Festival Concert

The Buffalo Niagara Youth Chorus is hosting an open invitational for any child in the Western New York area.

3–4 p.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (1080 Main St.; bnchoirs.org)

 

Taste of the Trail

Experience wine and food pairing on the Niagara Wine Trail over two weekends. 

April 22–23 and April 29–30 at the Niagara Wine Trail (niagarawinetrail.org)

 

Joe Crookston

Crookston blends guitar mastery, story, songs, and humor into an energetic show. 

7:30 p.m. at Rochester Christian Reformed Church (2750 Atlantic Ave., Penfield; goldenlink.org or 585-857-9265) 

 

Fungi with a Fun Gal 

Enjoy a walk to look at mushrooms and learn about fungi and how they help the ecosystem. 

10:30 a.m. at Reinstein Woods Environmental Education Center (93 Honorine Dr., Depew; dec.ny.gov or 683-5959) 

 

Earth Day Volunteer Open House

Explore volunteer opportunities, such as greeting visitors, becoming a nature guide, or helping care for the trails. 

1–4 p.m. at Reinstein Woods Environmental Education Center (93 Honorine Dr., Depew; dec.ny.gov or 683-5959) 

 

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Tommy Castro & Mike Zito: Six Strings Down

This world premiere will be a rare treat for fans of both artists and for fans of blues in general. 

8 p.m. at Tralf Music Hall (622 Main St.; tralfmusichall.com or 835-3500)

 

JoJo: Mad Love Tour

JoJo has made good on the promise of her early years and delivered a fiery next chapter.

7 p.m. at Town Ballroom (681 Main St.; townballroom.com or 852-3900)

 

Cheers to NRTG!

The Niagara Regional Theatre Guild presents its annual fundraising gala.

2–5 p.m. at Classics V Banquet Hall (2425 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst; niagaratheatre.com or 260-2319) 

 

UB Jazz Ensembles

Jazz concert at UB

7:30–9:30 p.m. at Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall (UB North Campus, Amherst; www.slee.buffalo.edu or 645-2921)

 

Ryan Davis

This experienced comedian’s success has pushed him to frontlines of the comedic stage. 

7:30 p.m. at Helium (30 Mississippi St.; heliumcomedy.com/buffalo or 853-1211) 

 

24

BPOvations Series: Hometown Musician

BPO contrabassoonist Martha Malkiewicz discusses her journey in Buffalo and as a musician playing in Europe.

12 p.m. at Downtown Central Library (1 Lafayette Sq.; buffalolib.org or 858-8050)

 

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Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

This program celebrates the redemptive qualities of Mozart’s music.

8 p.m at Kleinhans Music Hall (3 Symphony Cir.; kleinhansbuffalo.org or 885-5000)

 

Buffalo State Jazz Ensemble

The Jazz Ensemble’s mission is to introduce students to the great American art form of jazz. 

7:30 p.m. at Rockwell Hall (Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave.; buffalostatepac.org or 878-3005) 

 

Cabaret

A raucous ensemble takes to the stage each night at the infamous Kit Kat Klub in pre-WWII Germany. 

Through April 30 at Shea’s Performing Art Center (646 Main St., sheas.org or 847-0850, for tickets 800-745-3000) 

 

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The Slants

Nestled in Portland, Oregon’s predominately white hipster culture is this all-Asian American dance rock band.

8 p.m. at Buffalo Iron Works (49 Illinois St.; buffaloironworks.com or 200-1893)

 

Money Smart Fair 

Fair offering information on how to improve your finances in 2017

10 a.m.–12 p.m. at Downtown Central Library (1 Lafayette Sq.; buffalolib.org or 858-8050)

 

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Studio: Eileen Myles

Join poet and artist Eileen Myles for a night of Q&A.

7:30 p.m. at The Evergreen Commons (262 Georgia St.; justbuffalo.org or 832-5400)

 

The Great God Pan 

Jamie’s seemingly perfect life is thrown for a tailspin when a childhood trauma comes to light. 

Through May 21 at Jewish Repertory Theatre of WNY (The Maxine and Robert Seller Theatre, JCC Benderson Family Building, 2640 North Forest Rd., Getzville; jewishrepertorytheatre.com or 688-4114) 

 

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My Fair Lady

The timeless musical about the transformation of cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle

Through April 30 at Mainstage Theatre (Center for the Arts, UB North Campus, Amherst; ubcfa.org or 645-6915)

 

Cloud Nothings

American indie rock band from Cleveland, Ohio

8 p.m. at Tralf Music Hall (622 Main St.; tralfmusichall.com or 835-3500)

 

Lyle, Lyle Crocodile

Based on the timeless picture books by Bernard Waber, Theatre IV puts on a crowd-pleasing musical. 

10 a.m. & 12 p.m. at Rockwell Hall (Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave.; buffalostatepac.org or 878-3005) 

 

The Father

Florian Zeller’s award-winning play tackles the uncertainties of old age and memory loss. 

Through May 21 at Kavinoky Theatre (D’Youville College, 320 Porter Ave.; kavinokytheatre.com or 829-7668) 

 

The Country House 

A relaxing weekend among actors quickly goes awry when unexpected memories of loss and love fill the air. 

Through May 21 at Road Less Traveled Theater (500 Pearl St.; roadlesstraveledproductions.org or 629-3069)

 

A Night of Symphonic Rock

A live symphony orchestra plays classic rock hits by Aerosmith, Queen, and more alongside legendary performers.

8 p.m. at Seneca Niagara Casino (310 4th St., Niagara Falls; senecaniagaracasino.com or 299-1100)

 

M&T Fourth Fridays @ Tri-Main Center

Buffalo Arts Studio partners with M&T Bank to open the gallery and gift shop with free admission. 

11 a.m.–8 p.m. at Buffalo Arts Studio (Tri-Main Center, 2495 Main St., Ste. 500; buffaloartsstudio.org or 833-4550)

 

Julia Douglas, Solo Exhibition 

Douglas’s work is a response to the media’s repetition of racially biased imagery in the wake of the Trayvon Martin case. 

Through June 2 at Buffalo Arts Studio (Tri-Main Center, 2495 Main St., Ste. 500; buffaloartsstudio.org or 833-4550) 

 

Jump Dance 2017

Jump, the largest dance convention in the world, comes to Buffalo. 

Through April 30 at Buffalo Niagara Convention Center (153 Franklin St.; buffaloconvention.com)

 

Buffalo’s Biggest Trivia Competition 

This event has teams made up of professionals enjoy a night filled with food, drinks, and games to raise money for Cradle Beach. 

6 p.m. at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens (6461 Transit Rd., Depew; cradlebeach.org or 549-6307)

 

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Shooter Jennings

Waylon Albright “Shooter” Jennings is an American singer-songwriter active in the outlaw country music and Southern rock genres.

7:30 p.m. at Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.; waitingroombuffalo.com or 853-5483)

 

Vocal Jazz Festival Concert

Elmwood Swing, the Buffalo State Vocal Jazz Ensemble, performs in concert with local area high school choirs.

7:30 p.m. at Rockwell Hall (Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave.; buffalostatepac.org or 878-3005) 

 

Yesterday: Live from Las Vegas! Sgt. Pepper’s 50th Anniversary

The review returns to celebrate fifty years of the Beatles’s legendary album. 

8 p.m. at Riviera Theatre (67 Webster St., North Tonawanda; rivieratheatre.org or 692-2413)

 

Steve Winwood

Multi-Grammy Award-winner and one of Rolling Stone’s Greatest Singers of All Time, Steve Winwood performs. 

7 p.m. at Seneca Allegany Casino (777 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca; senecaalleganycasino.com or 877-873-6322)

 

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Three Generations of Burchfields: Works from the Schoene Collection 

See works by Charles Burchfield, his daughters, and granddaughter. 

Through June 16 at Kenan Center Gallery (433 Locust St., Lockport; kenancenter.org or 443-2617)

 

Spring Concert

A symphonic spring celebration

Cheektowaga Senior Center 3 p.m. at Cheektowaga Community Symphony Orchestra (cheektowagasymphony.com or 895-1047)

 

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