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July 20

Silo City Reading Series

 

PHoto by kc kratt

 

Edreys Wajed (above) is one of the artists featured in the second installment of Just Buffalo’s multigenre Silo City performance series, which brings in an out-of-town writer and includes locally based writers, musicians, and visual artists. Not sure what Wajed will do as he happens to excel in all three of those disciplines. See him, along with Danez Smith, Eve Williams, and Hop Hop, this month.

 

7 p.m. at Silo City (85 Silo City Row)

justbuffalo.org, 832-5400

 


 

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Throughout July

C-SAAHN Summer Series at Chautauqua

This multifacted series includes lectures, panels, and other presentations. There is also a Buffalo Day on July 2. Visit the website for details.

buffaloah.com/h/center/lib/19.html

 

July 17

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists

Tom Toles, now with the Washington Post, and Adam Zyglis, with the Buffalo News, discuss their craft with Investigative Post editor Jim Heaney.

6:30 p.m. at Big Ditch Brewing

(55 East Huron Street)

investigativepost.org

 

July 20

Silo City Reading Series

Danez Smith, Eve Williams, Edreys Wajed, and Hop Hop are featured in this second of the outdoor summer series that includes visiting and locally based poets, music, and art installations.

7 p.m. at Silo City

(85 Silo City Row)

Justbuffalo.org, 832-5400

 

July 28

Kids’ Book Club: Inside My Imagination by Marta Arteaga

Discussion of the book, a gallery tour, and a workshop are included.

1:30–3:30 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center

(1300 Elmwood Avenue)

Burchfieldpenney.org, 878-6011

 

​Got an event of your own to publicize? Send details to: elicata@buffalospree.com. Don’t see your event here? Add it to our Reader Submitted Events calendar by clicking here

 

 

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